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MORNING AND EVEI47IVG,
Y GEORGE ENRGNER.
OFFICE THIRD RT., NEAR WALNUT
fERAIS OF SUBSCRIPTION
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city at 12 canto per week. Yearly subsoil:fere will be
Charged $6 00 In advance. nose persons who neglectto
pay in advance will be charged $7 00.
TiLL1 , 3241711114.150 published weekly, and is filenishut
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Single copies, week1y..... .. .
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When will Wondeirs Cease '1
THE GREAT REMEDY OF THE' WORLD !
DR. McBRIDE'S KING OF PAIN
WILL cure any ache or pain in from one
to sixty minutes 1
It acts like magic upon the absorbent mid glandular
systems, reducing swellings and regulating the secretions
sad excretions, It is of a diffusive, penetrating nature,
exerts its Inffuenhe from the periphery to the centre of'
the nervous organism, thence by reflex action its power
M felt throughout the entire system, restoring the circu-
lating fluids and checking disease with invincible strength.
THE SING OF PAIN IS INFALLIBLE!
No matter what the pain, apply the medicine and you
will and instant relief. 11 is an internal and external
THE KING OF PAIN
Cures almost instanlaneously, Headache, Earache, Neu
ralgia, Deafness, Sore Throat, Colds, Bronchial Ailections,
Asthma, Dyspesia, Diarrheas, Dysentery or Blood*Flux,
Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Diseases of the Bladder
and Genital Organs, Cramp, Ghetto and all spasModic
pains, Fever and Ape, Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Sprains and
wounds of every description. It proves itself the mastery,
as the testimony of thousands prove its meritorious worth.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by
S. A. KUNKEL, druggists, Sole Agents,
118 Market Street, Harrisburg.
The followMg letter from a soldier, in reference to the
efficacy and powerful restorative quantities of DR. MC
BRIDE'S KING OF PAIN, speaks for itself :
NEWTILLR, CUZBERLAND COUXTY,}
Sept. 14, 1804.
Messrs. S. A. Kunkel d• Biro., druggists, Harrisburg, Pa.
GENTS :—.I would inform you that received the bottles
of Mcßride's Great Pain Killer, and. enclosed .please find
five dollars more, for which send ins five bottles addition
al to-morrow. I leave for camp to-morrow. Let me
know whether you can supply me with it in the army. I
am in Company H, 202 d tiogiMent P. V. I have been in
very bad health for upwards of four years, and two of the
one-dollar bottles have cured nib completely, and have
made mo feel like a man. Besides, I have cured a num
ber of my comrades of various diseases incident to camp
fire, and can recommend it to be the best medicine the
soldier can provide for himself.
Yours respectfully, JOS. E. WAITE.
Kir All orders from a distance promptly attended to by
S. A. KUNKEL /ir BRO.
A HOME CERTIFICATE:
The following certtflento is cr.ora a well-known eitizmi of
BAKRISIHTRG, Aug. 30, 1864.
Pray To THE ° :—lt gives me. groat pleasure to recom
'Mend to the public the medicine prepared `lirl Ru J. J.
MoBRIDE, which be calls the " HINGpFcPAT.N.P 1 *as
induced to use it as an external remetly tor ahruise, which
it ndieved Immediately, and subsecpoutitbe mired entirely.
Its Buenas Induced me to use; it internhily fOr Filarihma,
with which I was afflicted in a chronic form for nearly
eighteen month; and to such an extent that' ny kidneys
were seriously deranged. The medicine has cured nte,
and certainly that is saying a great deal in its favbf, when I
reflect how many oiler remedies I tried withodt *Lien
arming anything but temporary relief. For my part; /
shall always keep a supply of it in my house, believing as
I do that it is a most invaluable amity medicine.
The unoaampled sate or Wis medicine proves it 1? MY
the most wonderful discovery of the age iu too medical
The undersigned are the solo agents fol the Static:and
will supply it wholesale and retail.,
S. A. KUNKEL & Druggists,
118 Market street, Mainsbarg.
• • EXTERMINATORS.
"OiISTAR , 3 I, EXTERMINATORS.
"COSTAR'S' , EXTERMINATORS.
"COSTAR'S , " EXTERMINATORS.
FOR RATS MICE, ROACHES: ,ANTS • BED-BUGS
FLEAS, MOTHS IN FURS, WOOLENS; — INSECTS
ON PLANTS, FOWLS, ANIMALS, etc.
"15 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies anesien,"
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the SUM= Family."
"Bats come out of their holes to die."
by all` 3foßgistseverivitiore. - -
I I Bs - trees I I 1 of "all.woithlesS imitations.
aar'c Costar's Depot, No. 4112 Brototway, -N. Y
fa-Sold by D. W. GROSS As - CO.,
Wholesale and retail agonla,
And by all Druggists in Narrislierg, Ye. ' Ejol.o-crew3re
PEIPHER'S DAILY LINE
Lock Haven, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Nun
ay, Uniontown, Walsontown,
bury, Treverton, Georgetown,
;7. pr Dauphin
The Phitadelphia' Depot , being centrallY:losaied, ths
drayage will be at the lowest. Mat ',The 'apillitiolot"goes
through with each train to attend to the 'olife deliVery-Wf
all goods Intrusted to the line.' Goods delivered at the de
pot of WILLIAM 11: JBURIC, 812 ''Market street,
Philadelphia, by 6 o'clock Y. r., wilt be , 4elivered In Hat
Yisburg the next morning. .. •
Freight Always u.s Low. 14.1.17 Any; Othar
Li/01.119 • • •
JOS. MONTGOMEItY & CO.
Philadelphia anci • Seading Depot,
Foot of Market street, Harrisburg.
NEW uncron, STORE.
IIitEPORTANT TO LANDLORDS ANp
Jam-OTHERS.—The undersigned offers ati ;Who lesalS,lti
the trade, a choice lot of the best liquors ever , broughtto
Harrisburg, viz: French Brandies, Ho ßand bins, Scotch,
frith. BOW*" Wheat . and Old Bye Whisky; Foriegn
a f id ponssiie . Wines, such as Champagne, Chsrei,Vaiawba,
ige. All liquors warranted, as represented. Landlords
and others will lad it to their advantage td call and ex.
amine the assortment at the store, on South Scond
Street, two doors below Chestnut.
CANNED FRUITS cIF EVERY DESORIP
MN. BAUM thicolebrated manufacturers
STOMFIR6 TEAS, WRITE, SeGAR
Pof all snidest andprices, and the best selected
stook outside of Ph lladoT
goods guaranteed se repreriented,..„ Particabu z • ,
attention paid to all orders froet a diStant." •
1 3oeds °irefully packed and delivered tu alrpsrts of the
city free of - oharge. SHISLER '
u 196 aucceasors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
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BY GEORGE RERGNER.
A Clare Warri 6 anted.
Dyspepsia has the following Symptoms:
Ist. A constant. pain or uneasiness at the
pit of the stoinach. '
' 2d. Flatulence and Acidity.
3d.. Costiveness and Loss of Appetite.
4th. Gloom and Depression of Spirits.
sth. Diarrhoea,with griping.
Gth. Pain in al parts of the System.
7th. Consumptive Symptoms and Palpita
tion of the Heart.
Bth. Cough, with Phlegm in the Throat:
9th. Nervous Affection, and want of Sleep
10th. Loss of Appetite and Vomiting.
11th. Dizziness, Dimness of Vision, dud'
Loss of sight.
12th. Headache and Staggering in walking,
with . great weakness.
Out of the thousands of cases of Dyspepsia
that have used Dr. Wishart's Great American
Dyspepsia Pills, not one of them has failed
of a perfect cure. We warrant a cure in every
case, no matter if of twenty years' standing.
soia by all druggists everywhere, and at Di.
Wishart's office, No. 10 N. Second . street,
Philadelphia, exaniinations and con
sultations free of 'charge Send for a eireu
lat. Price $1 per box. Sent by mail, free of
Charge, on receipt of money.
DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA.
I, TITNZARETR BRANSON, of Branaywinp
Del., formerly of Old Chester, Del., do certify
that, for one year and a half I suffered every
thing but death: frepi•that awful disease called
Dyspepsia. My whole system was prostrated
with weakness and nervous debility; I could
not digest my food; if I ate even a craokeT or
the smallest amount of food, it would 'return
just as I swallowed it; I became so costive in
my bowels that I wottld not have a passage in
less than from four and often eight days; un
der this immense suffering, my -mind seemed
entirely to give way. I had a dreadful hortor
and evil forebodings." I thought everybody
hated me, and Mated everybody; I could not
bear my husband nor'my own children, every
thing appeared to be horror-stricken to me;
I had no. ambition to do anything; I lost all
my love of family and home; 'I would ramble
and wander from place to place, but could riot
be' contented; I;felt .thifti:E was doomed
and'that for me;
and was often tempted to commit suicide,
so.neat ;was my whole nervous system de
stroyed,. and also my mind from that iiwo.l
doinplaint4Dyspepsia, that my friends flaiiight
beat to have. melolaced in Dr. Hirkbride's
hospital, West Philadelphia. I remained
tinme nine weeks, .snd thought ' ''. waa.a Tittle
bettei, -but in a few days my dreadful cern-
Plaint was raging as bad as ever, Hearing of
the wonderful cures performed by Dr. Wis
harts Great American Dyspepsia Pills and
his treatment for Dyspepsia, my husband
called on Dr. Wishart and stated my case to
him. He said he had no doubt he could cure
me. •So in three days after I called and.placed
myself under the Doctor's treatment, and in
two,weeks I began to digest my food, and felt
that my:disease was fast giving way, and I
daufinued to recover fot about three months,
and at the present time I enjoy perfect health
0f1304Y and mind, and I most sincerely return
my'thanks to a merciful God and Dr. Wis
hart, and to his great. American Dyspepsia
Pills and Pine Tree Tar Cordial that saved me
from an Insane Asylum and premature grave.
All persons suffering with Dyspepsia are at
liberty to call on me or write, as I ani - willing
to do all the good I can for suffering! hn-.
manity. ELIZABETH BRANSON,.
Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Che'ster,
Delaware county, Pa..
D. WISES-Bea Office, No, 10 North Second
DANIEL E. WILT
Dn Wiswawr--I have been a constant sufferer with
Dyspepsia for the last eighteen years, during which time
I cannot say I ever enjoyeddi perfectly well day. There
were times when the symptoms were more aggrivated
than at others, and then it seemed it would be a great re..
lief to die. I had at, all times an unpleasant feeling in my,
head, but latterly my sufferings so Mufti Increased that
I became almost, unfit for business of any kind; m mind
was continually tilled with gloomy thoughts and fore
bodings, and if I attempted to change their current by
reading, at once a sensation of icy coldness in ethideption
with a dead weight, as it were, rested ; tiponini a ;britirf;
also, a feoling.of sickness would occur at the ago - Oh, and.
great pain to my eyes, accompanied whf wras the
continual fear Of Mang my Maori- also iiperienced
great lassitude debility and nerFousnes4 . , Which made it
difficult to walk by; gigy or, sleep ..4340it;
averse to society , and disposed only to seeli n, and
having tried the skill ,ef g•nunciher of emiheiit Acians,
of various schools,.ffilldlY.Pagke to,,, , l ll, oo,.iiefilgort that, for
;this disease at my Present .1 9'6 0 t ivficaP/ I . l tereWas ito Mire
ln existence. But, througli."-. e Interference of ; Divine
Providence, to whom I deyoudy offer
,any thanks, I at last
found a sovereign remed y in yolir'Dyspeptia Pills , and
Tar Corctial,Thicn seem to have effectually remOved
Mosttlie last trace of my long list' Of ailments' and bad
feelings, and is their place health, pleasure and content
ment are my everyday companions.' • ;
JAMES IS SAUNDERS,
. No. 453 North Second street., Philadelphia,
.Formerly of Woodbury, N. J.
Dr Wisbart's Office No. 10North Second Wein, Phila
•A POSITIVE CURE .FOILDYSPEPSIO6
_._ , .
MILE tins; Kir..1.7//IDi it.10.411000S
ii No. 100 OLIVZ STREIT,
klfilmilphistiLlanuary 22d, /863.
Ds. Wisaartr—Sir:ltis with much pleasure that I
!age now able to infenn fon that, by the use of your great
American Dyspepsia Pills, I have been entirely cured of
that most distressing complaint, Dyspeplla. I had been
grievionsly atUicted for the last twenty-eight years, and
for ten years of that time have not been free from its
path - one week at a time.` T. had it-11143vorst form
add haVe dragged, on a mosimiserableexistence—in pain
day and night. kvery kind of food that Date• filled me:
with wind and pairi, it - Mititeted. not how light, or how
small the spientity . e f Olignyed botching was store to
follow, Iliad no-appetite fee' any kinds of meats• what
ever and my diktrerswas*.great for several fecinths be
fore I heard of yet* PHA that; frequently - wikhed for,
death: -:.I had taken everything that I bad 'maid of Tor
Dyspepsia, without receiving any benefit; but on Your
Pills being recommended to me by one who had been
cured by them, I concluded to give them a trial, although
I had no faith in them. To my astonishment, I - .fauud
myself getting better before I bad taken ore&fourth
box, -and after taking half a box, lam a lON Mak , dad
rao.aa , anytking Pwish, and enjoy a hearty meal :three
rodeo a ;day _ without ineonyenionse from. anything I oat
or 4riok,, g• you : think proper, youareAlibortr to make
this public and refer to me. ' l i milltheerfullY give all tlet.
airable InformatiOll to any one who May call on Me n,!.
. Yoerit, respectfully, JOHN IL BASCO*:
For sale at Dr. WiShart's Medical Depot, No. 10 North
liteciont!eAttieti Adladetelial Fa• Price One Dollar per
box.- Sent.hy, maKffee of cbarge, on receipt of price.
•I; Samuel D. Haven, have .been a groat &falterer with
Qhroulo Dyspepsia and - Inflammation of the Kidneys for
thys e b,yeano. I employed.throe,or font Ofi the most outi
nent physicians of, Philadelphia, also of Ditrlingttin comity
N. d. ~They did all tor me they could, but All to no pur
pose., .I.Wee. eobsbolllY filled with awful pair' t and Ms
: and withcainittun belching of wind , and int sold.
!WU:lnm was-covered with white coating of mucus
un til it,_etacgcd&imiarge furrows, and was dreadfully
sorel Ofttlinoii Flaked for death to relieve• me of
any suaringn;firi had "bin all hope of • dyer being well
,nain. 'I Faiddyt' Filliect Or ,prayer. God that he
'would direct me to Physician•on medicine that
woad sure me. Imu WA to read ea advertisement et
DYSPEPSIA : 1 DYSPENO.
"THE UNION—NOW A.ND FORENER."—Webster.
HARRISBURG , Pit., THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 6, lqij
Dr. Wishar's n the Philadelphia Ledger, of a great en re
made aped. NW John Babcock, - of Ins Olive street, Phila
delphia, by the gveat,American Dyspepsia Pills. ' I Went .
to the Doctor's Office, and placed myself under 13 , treat- ;
went, and. told him if he tilled to cure md, itwotild bethe .
last effort I wont& make. It has been six .weeks since I.
commenced the use of his medicine, and I titIVIIONir a well
man, free from all pain and distress, and can eat .three
hearty-meals a day with comfort, and feel.nerfectly. welt!
Dr. Wishart, I want yon to publish my case, as I •trtuiti
every poor dyspeptic suffering as I was, to call on me, and:
I will tell them• of the great cure I have received fret&
your invaluable medicine. SAMUEL D. HAVEN.
Corner Venango- and Lambert,streets near Richmond:
street, formerly . from WrightstOwn, Burlington county,
N' , .
The above are a few among the thousanita which thiS
great remedy has saved from an untimely grave. ,
We have thousands of letters from physicians and drugi
gists who have prescribed and sold the Tar Cordial, saying
that they have never used or sold a, medical, which gave
mach universal satisfaction.
Prepared by the proprietor,
DR. L. Q. C. WISHART-,,'
No. 10 Nort.WSetand street, pitiladelphig,
Sold by . Druggists everywhere BmjylBT.,pi-d&w,
"NE .W AD VERTISE.KENTS.
4., a !7-7,30
JHE Secretary of the Treasury gives notice
that solscriptions will be received for Con
tort Treasnry Note.% payable three years from
August 15th, 1861, with semi-annual interest
at the rate of sevenand three-tenths per cent
per annum—principal and interest both to'be
paid in lawful money.
These notes will be convertible at the option
of' , the holder at maturity into six per cent.
gold ;beating bonds, payable not less than five
nor more than twenty years from their date,
as the Government may elect.. They will be
issued in denominations of $5O, $lOO, $569,
$l,OOO and $5,000, and all subscription's muat
, be for fifty dollars or some multiple of, fifty
: The notes will be transmitted to the owners
free of transportation charges as soon after,
the receipt of the original Certificates of De
posit as they can be prepared.
, As the notes draw interest from Angust.lls,
persons making deposits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest accrued from dtite
of note to date of deposit.
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand dol
lars and upwards for, these notes at any one
time' will be allowed a commission of on©
quarter of one per , cent.
Special Advantages of this _Loa .
IT IS A NAT I ONAL SAVINGS BANK, °florin a
higher rate bf interest than any other and e
best security. Any savings bank Whie,h pays its
depositorsin ' U: S. •IsTotes, considers that ith
paying in the teit ciiculating niediaiii °Piffle
' , country, and it eannotpay in anything better
for Fits own assets are either in government
securities or in notes or bonds payable in 'gov
ernment paper., ' ' • ' '
It is equally vonvenient as a temporal-y or
permanent investment: • The notes can [al
ways be sold for within a fraction of their
face and acdumulated interest, and. are the
best security with banks as collaterals for dis-
Convertible into a 6 per Cent. 5L20 Gold Bond.
In addition. to the - very liberal ;interest' on
the notes fOr three years, this piiiilege of
conversion is now worth abOut'three'Per cent.
per annum, for the currentvate fOro-20 Bonds
is not less than nineper cent. premiu m; and be
fore the war the premium on six. per cent. 13.
S. stocks ?pis over. twenty per'cent. ,i At !will
be seen that the actual profit on this leltui,.ab
the present market rate, is not less than] ten
per cent. perlumum. : - ~ '
Its Bxemptiiin from Stitto or Klugoipal
. , .put aside from all the advantages we have
enumerated, a special 'act of Congress exelapts
all &onds and Treasury notes from local taxelion.,
CO, the avOege, this c4pinption isnorth'abont
two per cent.per annum, according to the
rate of taxation in various arts of the country;'
".. Dill b,elieve4l .Vilit'Ao ' sequiities 'Oirer 'se , .
great inducements to lenders as those honed
bythe. Government. In all other forma of
indebtedheis, the faith -or ability of private
parties,, er - seock companies, or separate com
=unties, only, is pledged for payment; 'Wig;
thOvhole property of the countity'W he to
secure the discharge of all the
B } 2ll
the United States. „ •
While 'the Government offers the oat'
liberal terms for its loane, it believe's th t the
very strongest appeal will be to the loYalty,
and patriotism of the:people. '- . .' ''
Up to the 24th of September, the Subicripr,
tions to this loan amounted to over' . 1 e'"
$4O l OOO 00 -. , .
Sirnsonrerron's wrtz. BE moicaviro.• the
Treasurer of 'the United States, at Mashing
'ton. the seiidral •Assistant "Treasurera and'
dpsignated , Dopcisitarkinic and by the
FIRST NiTIRIALAIAt'OF ii fIISBU G.
ALL Arb'B AN
throughout thd'.countrY 7111. 'gliiifurther in
feenlition and ' -• ,
AFFORD R.YRRY, „FA - CITIFY TO SIJI3SCRiB*RS.
SOLE AGE . FOR : THIS ' CITY
y AM happy to' offer.' to: the public a l large
I. and Viandid asanirtakent of ,
SUPERIOR OLD PEA,
LEROY 'W. 'FAIRCHILD. •
These Pens are Wellfintehed, elastic, and. will give ea
tare satisfaction. •
• PTAY! , !. I SXIIRIE: THEM.• - • SCECEFFER!S BOOR STORE,
Second street.-oppbeite Preebyteriati +lima; Itairieburg
1. " " NEW PHILADELPHIA '
C o K. ST
D. , W. GROW' 1,i1:13W BLOCK, 1
Makket - Streo.4lEarlgblirg,
1,000 111 F STYLES '
OL,OAK.S . N•D‘O rit 011 L *BB,
FINE SPRING SHAWLS. •
Will openthe Ist, of April. • Imar2l-dIY
' LIQUID RENNET.
I IigNNET "Yields with 1141 k the
' - meeehumimm of all'deserts for the table; the light
est and ?nest grateful diet for, Invalids and children.
Milk contains every, element of :the bodily Sonatitution;
when efuLated 'with rennet i always light and easy or
digestien, and supports the system with the least possible.
excitement When dtillitetter nutritive,potrer Isdetrand,
cream and sagest:gay be amide&paspopOilicouverti
a quart of date a firm curd., Prepared and sold.
wholesale and retail by S. A. KUNKEL,
iels-tr • • 118 Market street.'
H. C. 0 T
the r raw aid
leacher 1 1 , 0 0 1 ,
No. 16, Tam
* tlg 8001 a,., laiumba.
ip • • +ot .I.INAPA add ktilte j *idgl tEk
THEE . lua i rseg i vo ky av ,,,:
BERGNER'S BOOK TORS.
From the aillist Regiment.
SOLDIERS' REST, WiSillNCiioll, D. C., t
• . Saturday, Oct. Ist.
Editor Telegraph—We left Baltimore on Sat
urday morning at 10 o'cloca, tumbled into a
train of box ears, and left for Washington,.
arriving at the U. S. Capital at about 2 o'clock,
amid a steady shtower of rain. We were
marched into a comfortable. barracks, then
into the refreshment department of the sol
diers' rest and partook of a hearty meal, all of
excellent quality, excepting the coffee, which
was on three occasions of the most miserable
quality, tasting more like inferior swill than a
cup of good coffee, which the soldier eb much
needs to refresh him. '
After dinner we took an hour or two to our
selves, and made for the capitol, which is
truly the most magnificent building in the
United States—or, (as some of our party ex
pressed theinselves,) in the world.
'Washington city, as is well'knewn, Presents
no' other attractions of consequence -than its
public buildings; and to the capitol, there
fore, we haStened, and spent an hour . or more
examining the beautiful paintings by the best
mestere of ,the age,-Eihd statuary that was
wrought .bY the most prominent sculptors of
Italy and our own country. Among the - finest
paintings placed, in the rotunda we noticed--
"Surrender of Lord Cornwallis, Oct. 1781, at
Yin'down, Va;" "Surrender of-Burgoyne, at
Sitratoga, N. Y., Oct. 1777;" "The Deelaration
of Independence; Philadelphia; Pa.;: -July 4th,
1776;" "The „Baptism ot Pocahontas, at jaraet
town, Vi',', 1613;" (a superb , picture;) "The
Discoveryf the Mississippi river, by De
Soto, May 1541," (a fine production ;)
"Washington resigning his. commission in
Congress, at Anapolis, Md., Dee. 23, , 1783,:' (a
life-like production ;) "Embarkation of the
Pilgritins from Delft-Haven, in Holland, July
21st, '1620," by Sengstock, (a magnificent
painting ;) and the "Landing of Columbus,
0ct..14:92," by J. 'VanderlM(aliftAike Paint-
The statue of Adam Pcki Os lam inform
ed,) the renowned American pioneer, in the
act of reiktring a mother and child'from being
toMahaVie'd a ruthless Savage, is the re
sult df‘thelabors of a master hand, and occu-
Pieda: ''''''''''''' Place in front of the portico.
You might look upon this particular piece' of
1 4: 1 %*' W1:044r ikin hour. and find still
icihe'fine totich'ethe ihet' lodger 3ou
sought to gratify your eye. A "Roman Gla
diator" is al!o worthy of note, pccupying a
position near the one first mentioned. "The
Death of Tecumseh"--a full length piece of
statuary,77is mpst superb production, in the
interior of the building. The statue of linen.
Washington, "Ordered to be erected by the
General Assembly of Virgins, 1788," occupies
a promittent'pOidtiOn, arid is worthy of note;
as are also the bUSts of "T: Kosaittsko," and
'a bust of "Ain.' Pied. P:'Stanton," by Hora
tio Stone, sculptor. There are Many more
featines of interest in 'this truly magnifie,ent
building, which Will xepaY a visit to Washing
ton city at any time. -
Saturday night we -took a comfortable nap
on the floor bf..the foldieral leak ,arid thanked
our "stars' we' did notlit'y on the pairing
stones in Conway street, Baltimore, (as we
klid on the night prevides,) ?Air itrained fit
drown us all !"
I ? ) ,At IA, §UNDIX AP/Mt/ 100 N/
Oct. 2,' 1864;
About 9 o'clook yesterday .the order to
" - marehl"!Wan:given and we promenaded
thrOttgli•thedelightfulluuddy streets of Wash
•ingtoii to thel'otonnic, got aboard the steamer
' , Grey Eagle," and ran dowicto Akerandita
half an hour's time;,distantaliout seven - idles
by the riwr.l -The'aity)ofq7nruslangtan die-
Ithictly seen frono hereA3artianlialy the utag:
ilificent dome o fha Oapitoll;, -.We deft, two ,
Inetrbakingingito company in Ykrahhingto* ,
at the hospit4—privatesWeidle and Eimfth-1
the latter very-ilLwith-chills and fever. a ;We
;had a.ipliassant dinp the.river. And.d.,,Oded
al Al'exalidria ahont 12'31. bn arriving at the
Government wharf here, we were immediately
put on terra firma, and 93scorted through the
principal-elhree,tii to the soldiers' -rest, •where,
after a thorough inspection by one of the U.
S. Officials, we Were dismissed, and quarterell
in a neat, eleaUtl3sirracks,; tVen taken; to. the
Government Restaurant, where we.partook . iif
qa Ilea* meal, of:insisting aline, white bread;
pork and good coffee—the litter refrestxiertt ,
.rue needed ranch, and we drank plenty!of, it,,
I - can assure •
•We are All at:atous-i to get ;0114: and ritia
around town to' find the "Marshall Howie,"
:where the gallant• Ellsworth met,. his untimely
end at:the bends of Jackson.
The 202 d went flown the river on a transport
a few minutes since. The 199th, it is reported;
also went down.:-
It is confidently, asserted;
_here, this evening,
that welarelo perforM guard dutY in the Vail.
ley of tlni .Shenandoah. •In a• day or' two I
ctui inform you of our whereabouts., We are
not to go to, the front-at:this time, so the
kuoating dims :say, at leap..
, ger thovreseut good ,bye., ; , More anon.
P. 8.---We left Ike-te.bbard at Mr. Hmber
ger'Ei Hotel, an Walnut street, , near the, canal,
in Yotir city.: Conlibit "see"-the propriety of
plagneing our : pet by carrying him along.'
A. H. B.
ALexaxxsak, VA., /tolinks Aprnforoox,
Oct. 3, 186 4
Alexandria is rather an Old looking village,
or rather eity--eofitaining about 8,000 inhab
itants,:with clean; well-paved streets, and has
some few elegant and stylish private resi
dences--none to compare, however, with the
`l 4 / 7 .ete residences along Front street, Harris
b u rg'
Corporal and your correspond
ent, strolled along King.street, this a. m., and
found the fainotuflllarshall House," where
Elmer Ellsworth met ins untimely end. It is
an indifferent kicking, three storied buiblitig,
with one .ehininerand a pair of dormer , wAu
dows on the Toof--4 windows on. the .2d floor
and 4 on the third—and the whole front brick
work.painted drab color.. The kront (Int-mince
to the bar-rocim is. a wide doeri,oegupy ‘ ing
nearly the whole width of the building, and mn<
mediately above the door is an ordineKv sign,
is red and white letterst--:"Marshall House."
From the to of Ltbs.roof the identical flag
staff (frohl which' Ellsworth tore the hateful
seeesh rog),still stands, arid looks as then*
it had seen .ifs...best days, for, the golr - roPe.s 3
nearly rottedkom - I The steps leading to the
roof (where_likentragady occurred) have' 'all
been out :amyl= mementos, (obtained. for a
consideration, of .aeiniss%):and are freptified with
new material. The Roue was afterwards
carried - cm* - 14: a, Philadelphian; who ~coined
mow : by . th ‘ eancrease of husiness occasioned
bypeople flocking hither from all parts of the
Thiite'd ' States, to see the spot where "Ells-
Worth,•the galiant - Zonave," breathed hisjeat.
Fortherlyi there must have been considera
ble, shippMg.donedat this• point—hut nowthe
principal wai:ehohaes on private -account are
closed, and United Stites Goverrunentwharves
alone give activity and life to the"place.
The Revenue cutter "Adolph Huger, No. 9"
—mounting two twenty-foiir pi - waders,' and a
mortar throwing a bombdrlivo hundred
pounds weight, is stationed hire,. in: command
of Captain L. Nicholson, U. S. N. The Huger
took part in the capture of. New Orleans from
the rebels, a few years ago', and has been
stationed here ever since.
The fine, large side-wheel steamer "Ben
Deford," of Baltimore,,
is lying here fitting out
for a hospital boat. All crafts passing up or
down the Yotomac are required to obtain
paSses from . the proper authorities ere they
are-allowed to pass the cutter lying off here,
Alexandria is still under martial law, and
not a single drop of liquor is allowed to flow
here under any circumstances:
The soldiers are strung along the docks
this morning in groups, fishing, for rock.
Some fine specimens were caught, with live
bait, this morning, measuring . Trona 12 to 10
inches in length. Raw meat, refine oysters,
and'eveii mackerel bait is used for the pur
.The boys pre all, well find in good spirits. We
expect to do railroad duty in a few days and
will locate somewhere near here, so that we
will have mail communication once more. It
is annoying, indeed, to be,without a mail from
home. This, however, will be remedied in, a
In making purchases of paper, envelopes,
tb-day, we made the acqUaintance of Mr..
Charles .13rownold, an obliging and clever
Israelite, and brother to Mr. S. Brbwn
old, of our" native city. Many of out men
made purchases at his Place of business,
No. 53, King street. We also accidentally
met Mr. J. L. Barringer, of Harrisburg, now
doing business in. Alexandria. • • '
More anon. • A. H. B.
. . .
tirEN KRAL 4oH. HOOKER IN NEit,V
General Hooker :46E; pinzient at the- great
Union meeting, 4ast Nevening; in Brooklyn.—
In responge to the Fe*, tj}o audience, he
pamelorward and said;
1.4.01k5: AND Gramkniii-LI need not tell
you' thitt l'am totally unprepared for this. I
cannot - inid , do not take this demonstration, or
any part. of to myself. lam not worthy of
this reception. I am not more worthy than
you. We are'all in the same boat. Yon' have
been working in the cause in one place mid I
'have been working in another. Your victories
here are s,s - dear to us in the front as those in
the front are dear to you here. The victories
of last fall--4 speak, from a full 'knowledge of
the facts—were hailed with aw,Much joy and
enthusiasm in. the army as though those vic
tories had.been achieved by an `other army the n
the army to which I belonged: " The Victory ot
Ohio was , also hailed with joy, and I felt glad
at the result. I hope I may feel many more;
and I do not doubt that before next November
we will taste of one, like which the rebellion
has furnished no parallel: - `I need not :tell
you that I am rejoiced to find 'stitch an assem
blage. It shows: that it is all right With
our cause and'orir country. brothing, , ;-no re
verses, no misfortune, can Wail us whemour
people are animated by the feeling evinced
here to-night. lithe war litiebeexi prolonged
it has. not been from wetikness i ' but rather
from conscious strength. We have never put
forth our resources nor,strength, although we
have put forth such resources as,h4ve, amazed
theworld. But it is true that the-, ,North has
never yet made, one ! great effort fo Crush the
rebellion. It can, ~ and will, do it, when it
moves for that purpose. The people in these
loyal States', and I,.am
..PrPfl shy it, have
beim in, adviunie.pf the . ,authenlieS, during the
whole of this rebellion. They so until
we reaqh the end, and that i 4 is not remote.
lam rejoiced to . Meet youth-night, and to
'meet you under such auspices. Tidings; glo
•riouslitlings, reach us ,from all the armies.
The work goes bravely on there. There are
no copperheads M. the army. [Loud ap
.BlVilea They will Aght Well, and they will
vote . well also. Mere'loyalty, more devotion,
never animateXtie - heart, - and the hands of
Men more brave. ' I thank you most earnestly
fdi thti kindness that you have received me
-with this evening. It= unworthy of it. I
have in a litimble .capacity served my country,
,and. have never failed to ao, my duty; and I
'trUSVI never will I bid You good night.
• General Hooker then retired amid renewed
and boisterous applause.
_'•110* of xiii: *OA' up au§ 'l.l.prD.----The
Wet& ' Transc r ipt - gf: 4urday last, says that
a gentleman.of - that'e t i
,;Nitho li'a.d all his life
been an unwaYerbgllD mociat, was much ex
ercised in nnrid, - Wheri,:the' . Chicago' Plidform
was announce 'and Oen!'llicClellan'a letter
of acceptated approyet:U On the day before a
friend Met' him in tire' . ll;treet arid 'Saying A . o
him, "I suppose, of ootirse, you Will gofor the
Chicago platform and-its nominee." gow can
I?" was the replY, "Ity only . son, a i better
man than myself: is fighting in the Federal
army, and li3annot. Imb:fig' , myself to feel it
right that . II takoillditettLy. O. home and vote
against the oewiefpr, yorkoh. : he is suffpring.'l
There is no truth in the rumor. that 'Our
army'had met with a reverse, and that Gen.
Butler was ki lei. The report was doubtless
manufactured by, the gold speculators.
- WASHINGTON, Cid. 5.
The following deaths of Peraisylvahia sol
diers were reported yesterday: Lewis W.
Kipp, company H, 48th Pennwylvania; Edwin
AL &Inman, company K,. - 99th Pennsylvania;
lohn 'Healy. company A, 99th Pennsylvania.
Private George. G. Moore, Company I),
West Virginia-volunteers, and John: Creed,
Company D, 23d Illinois veteran - volunteers,
,were yester4ay.introArMed to, , Phe Seef4tar9 of
War by amoral J. H. WillsOn, and` presented
to him two battle flags capture'd by 4hem at ,
Fisher's Hill, -Virginia, Septa 22d; .'"llheivgallw
lantry was duly aelmowlecl:by _th - "%pre
tiny and the fortunate privates-y ondnot
ed to the 'dais of General TO e ,where
Genk.'liimtler Not KiMed.
NEW Yosx, m.
.. , - _.
Sliiiill PRINTING - 0 ( .111(11,,
A.DVENNEW3 D Y - te.
TlieTollowing areitinclre 7.l .!UtVi ik Drat,'
mum , ThOsebiloink Mlle 'todO la Zlt'' cot '
cement for reference: "N
Mr Four lines or less constitute one-half ,square.
Eight lines; or more than rota; ormstitutoir square.
Fos a HALF squitrajv . .: i ,Tog Qsrsll l 2liAßO 3 .
One day $ 31.1 One day $ 60
Two days 5O Two days. 100
Three days i 5 !Three' aays..c •• '' " ' ' , I 25
One week .... ..... 1.25 One week —.....— 2 2 5 .
One month `I 00 One month:::::::. 01:10
Two months. 450 Two m0nt1a5.........:' 909
Throe months 5 50 Three months ..: 11 00
Six months ~. 8.0 - six months 15 00
One year • ' •-n 00 One•year 25_00
Administration Notices 2 75
Marriage Notices ............ :...........• • 0....••••••• 4 16
Auditor's Notices 1. 50
Funeral Notices, each insert
Air Business notices in
before Marriages and. I
each neertion. 4 -(6
• d - in the Local Column, or
MEM CrJrra reit Linz for
the flags were depositedand memoranda ta
ken for the preparation of medals to be given
them. Creed's capture Of the flag he pre
sented was accomplished, in the absence of
ammunition, by knocking thes.rebel flag bear
er down with a stone. • •-•
Lieutenant Robert M'llnight, - (if batteryr. H,
Ist Pennsylvania Reserve Light Artillery, was
the recipient of. a satire, with-belt and sash,
from the non-commissioned officers and-'pri
vates of the battery, on the first inst. lieut.
Mlinight has been promote&frcini the ranks,
as has every other officer of the battery. ,
It has been decided that all 'Pennsylvania
soldiers stationedwithin one mile of thi3 Chain
building on H street, can deposit their , icotes
at the polls in said building, on the day of the
coming election. All outside of said limits can
vote' at the nearest polls.
On Menday fifty rebel deserters were-fur
nished with transportation to go where their
fancy leads them north'of Mason and Dixon's
Instructions to Rebel News
The following telegram, was found in the
telegraph office at Harrisonburg, Va., after
our troops entered the place. It isfsigned by
General Cooper, Adjutant and Inspector Gen
eral of the C.' S. A.:
BR THLEGIIAPH, RICHMOND. July 11, 1864.
--To the Edit r of the Rockingham Registe ,
It is observed that one of the columns-of your
paper, of the Bth inst., is headed "News from
Early's Army." Silence as to thetnimber of
our troops at all points and by whom com
manded, has become of the firskimpcMance.
It is also desirable that the enemy should be
mystified as to the whereabouts of Gen. Lee
himself. Nor should it be stated that Gen.
Ewell has been separated from his corps or
'where he is. Please bear • irPmind these sug
gestions. (Signed.) S. COOPER.
Adjutant and Inspector Gendral.
New" York Stock bisirkets:*l
:Stooks lower; Chicago and Atopek t . Isbyad,
87i; Cumlqerlaucl, Coal, 51i:.; Illinois, Central,
111; 711inois, Central bonds,
'Soullteru, 57; Neir York Central, 110Fltead
int 11C; Hudson River, 1081; Oaritnli, Go.,
251; Missouki•:6B, 60; Erie, 861; ..TrwittrY
.7.3-10,,104;10-40, 96i; Five 7 twe.npy, eoupons,
10th. Coupon 10411; Itegiatereti, - 1061;
'Gold, 1891. • ' • -
Great _ Attractionl •
N 0 . 13 A H-t'iPL !
ArRS. M. MiiirEß,
111. xo. is MARIEET STREET,:
BONNENS, L Ard S, 411 D
MISSES" - EEk7S;" •
-FEATHERS AND .FLATE.gB.
THE .L 1 - 7 J Y •
WOOLEN n: a Hdoi a i s S, /V b r iglit‘ atG
ALL RINDS 'OF
TRIM 11: - 1,. Cif,
Constantly on hand, besides eveQ, thing u-uallo loan t in
the largeSt fuinishing est,blishmentii ihd e;onntiT.
Steam Weekly. to -Liwarpool.
riIOITCHINGatQURENSTOMPA. v(tiork Rat
bor.) The well known Steamers pf-Alag:
New York and Philadelphia Sho.sonahiP_COmpany, are in
tended to sail as •
City of Baltimore, Saturday October ; Etna, Satur
day,'October 16; Edingbint Sittbnlay, 411M14r 21; and
every succeeding Saturday, at, Noon,- from Pier. 44, North
RATES OF :P.A.V3: . ;
PAYAHLR rtt GOLD, OR 3T
. XQVI74.IRN, i3I. OORREINGI.
FIRST CABIN - $BO 00 $ 3O Du
do- to London ••,85 00 do to L0hd0n4.... ••31 00
110 to ' Paris 95,00 dO rails. 40 00
do to luiaburg,.... 900 0 - de to .37 or,
Passengers also forward ,to Hmrre,,Rxemen, Rotter
dam, .4144 U -erg; '&O4 - at equahy lowrinea - -- -
Pares &pin - Liverpool or Queenstdwri: tut Cabin,
$B5, $lO5. Steerage, $36. Thoso who wish to send •
their friends can buy tickets here at , theseraterk•
For further information apply at the Oompady's 011tc
JOAN G. DALE, Agent, lb Broadway, N. Y., or C.
HIMIIERHAN, Harrisburg. • i ; if , legs.dly
P.OI3LIC NOTICE is I.teieli r irgiven - ;'that in
pursuance of the aatof Aseenibly of, Pennsylvania,
passed the first day of June, 11339 ‘ thestockholders of the
Franklin Bank, of Washington; - Penns.,-Will apply to the
next session of the Legislature ,for-a.rentityal of ita char
ter, with an increase of
.ita capital 'froth, sl§o,ooo to
$200,000. . .3F,11.88D, President
.WASEINGTON, June 2*, -• Je2l
VICKY PINE, 1ND314.1),t,
Ott.t font and extensive Steek Photo
graph Abeam and Photograph._ Ctiritlletures, we
have addeith BEAUTIFUL ENVELOPFasp i sreception
of card picture& They mast be. seen atiewill bh admired
*a -Photographers supplied at the terjaleskst whole
sale price, and their card printed upon them am $T
thousand, wholesale and retail at •
TNR:AFTED MEN_ entitled-to exemption can
J have their papers properirriteparedby
R p.-GOBlN,rAttorney at Law,
Late of the Provost marshal's offEce:"Office in Third
street, four doors above Maiket, Hardentyg,sa. sep27-tf
NEW STORY BOOR -
C Br. 14 P
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For sakiltt &heifer's Bookstore, Harrigium; Pa. se2S
VINEGAR PACTOILY - EGRAALE,
LOCATED IN - THE SIMER " WARD.
The house will be leased for:4l,hrupbhrof years. In
quire of • SAMOA), ROBERTS,
len29-Iw€ll • -"oil 7, NAINEERMAW.
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am- Mr t ilizist 3 bß u k & co.)
sit i4o : bulict*g adjoining; J,..; „I.RFS Drug Store.
Inquire on the premises sep27-tf
ER,' ef "Vinegar
V - obi be bought by thebarktbr fl 4Aantity, gt
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