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• • • IS. I'UBLISIELE D •
AiORNING AND EVENING',
By GEORGE BERGN'ER,
OFFICE TIDED NEAR WALNUT .
TERSIS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
• . SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION.
TELL DAILY TELEGUAIII ia served t 3 subscribers in the
city at 1•43:' cents per week. Yearly subscriberswin be
barged $6 00 in advance. Those persons wha neglect to
pay in nilvedwe will be charged $7 00.
TEE TELEGRAPH is also published week ly,and is furnished
subscribers at the following cash rates
VII& copies, weekly
Three copies to one Post Office
Ten copies to one Pest Office
COMPOUNDED FROM ROOTS, BARKS, AND LEAVES.
An unfailing cure for Bpermatorrhea, Seminal Weak
ness, Nocturnal Emissions, and ail diseases caused by self
pollution; such as Loss of Memory, Universal. Lassitude,
Pains in the Back, Dimness of- Vision, Premature 41 Age,
Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakeiid
nus, grupticns on the Face, Pale Countenance, Insanity,
Consumption, and all-the Direful complaints caused by de.
parting from the path of nature.
medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one
013 which all can rely, as it has been used in our practice
for many years, and with thousands treated, it has not
failed in a single instance. Its ettrative powers have been i
sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case.
.SaV•To those who have trifled with their constitution,
until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical
aid, wo would say, Despair not l the CEKROKRIS Cutts will
restore yon to health and vigor, and after al/ quack doe
tors have failed
Price, $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and for
warded by Express to all pails of the world.
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Pamphlet sent by matt free of postage by
DR. W. R ItIERWIN k Co.,
noll-deocl-4m No. 63 Liberty street, New York
G LAD NEWS for the 'UNFORTUNATE
THE LONG SOUGHT FOR DISCOVERED AT LAST.
Cures in learn one to three days.
Compounded from Roots, Barks and 'Leaves.
CHEOKEEE REMEDY, the great Indian Diuretic,
cures alt diseases of the urinary organs, such as Inconti
nence of the Urine, Inflammation of The Bladder, Inflam
mation of the Kidneys, Stone in the Bladder, Stricture,
Gravel, Gleet, Gonnorhea, and is es, eeiatly ream/mended
in those cases of Fluor s liras (or Wham in females) where
al/ the oldnauseous medicines have failed.
gam• It Is prepared In a highly Concentrated form, the
dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuls tithe times
az - - It is diuretic and alterativein its action; purifying
and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all of Its
original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system
all pernicious causes which have induced diseasi.
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or assiat
ant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY and should be used in
conjunction with that medicine in all cases of Gonorrhea,
Fleet, /Vidor 4.lbus or Whites. Its effects are heading,
teething and demulcent • removing all scalding, heat,
eiaordee and pain, instead of the burning and tamest un
endurable pain that is experienced with nearly all the
cheap quack Injections.
go- By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and
CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the same
time--all improper discharges are removed, and the weak.
ened organs are- speedily restored to full vigor and
im i .Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $6. . '
Ism, Price OHEROICEE INJECTION, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $6.
Sent by Express to any addiess on receipt of prico.
THE CHEROKEE REMEDY, CHEROKEE INJECTION
AND CHEROKEE CURE, are sold by all enterprising
Druggists in the civilized world. Home unprincipled
dealers, however, try to sell worthless compoundsin the
place of these ; those which they can purchase at a cheap
price, and make more money by selling, than they Cat on
these -medicines. As you value your health, aye; the
health of your future offspring, do not be deceived by.
such unprincipled druggists, ask for these medicinrs And
take no' others. If the druggists will not buy them' for
you, inclose the money in a letter, and we will send them
to you by express, securely sealed and packed from
Ladies or gentlemen can address us in perfect mai
&nos, stating fully and plainly their diseases and symp
toms, as we treat alt diseases or a chronic. nature in male
Or female. Patients need not hesitate because or their
inability to visit us, as we have treated patients success
in all portions of the civilized gloae, by correspond-
Patients 'addressing u 9 will please slate plainly all the
symptoms of their complaints, and write Po:al:ace,
Contity;-State, and; name of *iter, plain-, and- (=Mae .
postage stamp for reply. - :
We send our 32-page 1 amphlet free to any address.—
Addresnallactters to the proprict,pre,
DR. W. R MERWINT & CO.,
non clend-4ni • No, 63 Liberty street, New York.
NE V‘ A D FACT'S EMEA TS
PATRONIZE SOME INDUSTILY
PfIHE undersigned have established a FAO
-1 at Harrhburg, Pa., for the purpooe of
t all style; sizes, shapes'
nd qual ties. We pay par
cuLar attention to the very
tent English Steel, We
1;) a large assortment con
tttly on hand. Our sales
= is at No. 24, Second
met,adjoieing T.B. Boyd's
tair and Furnitureltooms,
tore we will sell very low,
wholesale and retail..
Also—Nicest kind of in.
in Hoops The largest as
etment of Ladies' Corsets,
mstantly on hand.
to charge of Competent
COHEN BROS. 'Tz. CO.,
No. 24 Second . street, Harrisburg.
N. B. This is the only Hoop-skirt Manufactory at Har
risburg. The public is cautioned not to believe the stories
of dealers who buy their Heop.skirts from this firm, and
afterwards pass them off as their own manufacture.
DANTEL A, MUENCH AGENT
1 -IF the Old Wallower Line; respectfully in
forms the public that this Old Daily Transportation
LiusAthe only Wallower Line now in existence in this
oity,) is ln successful operation and prepared to carry
freight as tow as any other individual line hetweenkbila:
dielphia, liarrlStrurg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williamsport,
Jersey Shore, Lock Haven and all, other points on the
Northern Central, Philadelphia and Erie and Williamsport
and Slmira 'Railroads.
DANIF.L A. MUNCH., Agent.
Goode sent'to the Warehouse of Messrs. Peacock, Zell
& ilinchtnan, Noe. 808 and 810 Market s treat; above Bth,
Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock, P. M., will arrive at Harris
burg. ready for delivery, next morning. • [ap3o-rdmyl
c 6 A SURE,
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BLOCK,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
. OF FABBIONABL.I6
°LOAN'S AND CIROUL ARS,
FINE SPRING -SHAWLS.
Will open On tho 10'0 April. - : rmar2l-dly
- JA.CQB TAIISIG,
VIES pledsnre atm . his friends and
W/Meters. and the publics -in general, that he has
opened a wholesale ana retail Variety, Notion and Jew
elry Store, N0.106X Market street, above .B . by s iirenlings
Building , Harrtsbwg, At -1 I.
It would occupy a great amount of space , to enumerate
the articles composing my stock. The purchaser will And,
through my experience or thirteen years intim business,
that l can sell- goods equal to the jobbers in the Eastern
Window Shades and Blinds .. 4
BPI/RN - MD assortment of 1.432031 sh ass.
sad Paperl3llndo, at
sepa R 1 South Second street, Harrisburg, Penna.
QUEEM and OLASSWARti* a well ee.-
106ted assortment, just received ;. i enhe latest styles
jY BOV'Elt & BbEEPER
1811. BREA.KFABT- 'FICA:--Just re
-1 , a line °best oP Sugligh Breakfast Tea; at
(>./ ." . SHT.SLER & rRAZEWS,
maaceasana to Nut. POOP. Jr.)
PEPPER SAUCE,-a-new invoice, ink,
oshretat, - [ Doll • - Reasi . sit & neettis2s,.j
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BY GEORGE BERGNER
NE W ADVERTISEMENTS.
Fall and Winter trade!
BALMORALS AND SCARFS! .
Tne.Largest and best selected stock in this city I
New Cloak Store,
IN D W. GROSS' NEW BLOCK,
IS warranted to be the best BLOOD -PUM
FIER and HEALTH RESTORER in the market,' for
the following complaints: •
00 , 1 4 1 , SUMPTION.,
in its first stages,
COLDS, BOUGHS, MORTIFICATION, INFLAMMATION,
BRONCHITIS, AND ALL SCROFULOUS DISEASES:
Female Ina Amen, and Genera . ' Debility of the System.
3t has teen found invaluable for Fever and Ague, Rheu
matism, Dyspepsia, &c. alienates rather slowly but
sure, so that all kind 3 of Fevers and other diseases_ yield
to its powerlin afew daYs. -
ThN medicine is pcifebtly tale for infants or delihatd
The great superiority of the medicine is that while
eradicating diseases, it invigorates the system and creates
new, rich and pure blool—a power possessed by no other
remedy. It hsa cured many cases of Consumption, Liver
Complaints and Dyspepsia since it was introduced, as'
numbers will testify. Besides a number of diseased limbs,
such es feversofes, white swellings, etc.
Warranted asovereign remedy for crnup. This melt
eine is a condinatioia of Pure Barks and no Mineral Poi
sons about it.
PHEPABED BY BEV. I. B. GATES, WILLIAMSPOBT,PA.
Sold by the gallon, quart or pint, by JOHN WISE,
deel2 Third and Walnut.
TOYS, TOYS, TOYS,
FOR THE HOLIDAY
A large and llneassortnient, Consisting of
China tea sets, &c., Wooden tea sets,
China baskets, .. Crying dolls,
Vases, Boxes of game,
Tin trumpets, Paint boxes,
Horns, ' Tool chests
goviog boys, -Dressed dolts,"
Wooly sheep, Doll beads ,
Watches, .. -. Guns , ankswenis,,
Stables, . . - I% 'thine's; . l. • i
Menageries, Animals on wheels
Grace hoops, Kitchen utensils,
Wind-mms, 1nf... 6 61,
Harlequins, Railway, - _
Magic lanterns, . : • Poultry yards, .
Sheep folds, Ten-pins,
Box toys, Noah ark,
/to &c., ' &c., &c,
• Also, a large and fine assortment of sugar toys, French
and common candies.
Also, always on hand such as foreign and domestic fruit
in season, all kinds of nuts, dried fruits, slices and crack
ers, teas, spices and - coffee, Jellies and canned fruits, rais
ens, currants, citron; prunes, &c., wholesale and retail at
the store of • JOHN WISE,
nob Third and Walnut.
I)I4.IIPHER'S DAILY LINE
bock Haven, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Nun
: cy, Uniontown, Watsontown, . Milton,
Lewisburg, Notthumberland Sun
bury, Treverton, Georgetown,
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally located, the
'dPayage will be at the lowest rates.. The Conductor goes
through with each train to attend to the safe delivery of
-all geode intrusted to the line. Goods delivered at the de
mot, of WILLIAM E.
,BURR, 812, Market street,
Philadelphia, byss o!cicek will be delivoroitiM.l*
riaberg the next morning. -, -
OPrelight Always an 'Low in by Any illth•r
JOS. MONTGOMERY & CO.,
Philadelphia and Beading Depot,
oct2l-0 Foot of Market street, Harrisburg.
:SOLE AGENCY' FOR THIS CITY
T AM happy to offer to the public a. larg
and splendid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pens are well ilnished, elastic, and will give er
'tire satisfaction. • •
PLEASE TRY THEM.
SCHEYPER'S BOOR STORE,
Second street, opposite Presbyteries Church, Harrisburg
CANNED FRUITS OF EVERY DEW:Mir
k.) TION. SAUCES of allthecelebratadmannfacturitis.
o every description.
Also, BROWN STOUT, FINE TEAS, COFFEE, SUGAR
and SYRUP of all grades andprices, and the beet selected
stock outside of Philadelphia:
All goods guaranteed as represented. •
Particular attention paid to all orders from a distance.
Goods carefully packed and delivered to all parts of the
city free of charge. • SHISLER - & FRAZM,
iamb successors to W. Dock, Jr., &
NEW EATING-AND DRINKING SALOON
Walnut street, between 7'hird.anclFeurth.
Wines, Doer and the best quality of liquors' onstantly
on hand. A *are of the public patronage Is respectfully
solicited: [ocBd6re] - .I . OMq DONNER '
Fruit and Confectionery Store.
SAMUEL WISE ' & BRO.,
CORNER of .
Seoond and Rine streets, re
vv spectfully inform the public that they have opened
their Fruit.and Confectionery Store, and will have con
stantly on band a large assortment of Fruits. Confectione
ries, &c. The public are invited to give us a call.
n025-dtilljan6s* SAM'L WISE & BRO.
E. O. G 08.14,
AVTO.UNEY AT LAW.
Oyazcz nr Tanen kelonFr, anova MARKET.
Pensions and Back Pay collected at 1001
rates., • , (decktY• ..
- LI - LOUR l' 'FLOUR ! Fine Family Flour !
L 100 barrels - of the best , brand of firetrAn thiatity.
Every barrel warranted or money returned, and delliored
to all parts of the city free of charge. For sale at z.
aegis - SHISLIIR* FRAZER'S.
, TOWN LOTS fpit. SALE,ON BRIG nitsg io - g n g l itk f "ta g .,
Nude or WU. 4..."Y'A.P.!•,'
"T:11F, UNION-NOW. AND - FOREVER."
'GAMES! GAMES! GAMES!
Pictorial Game of Characters
Pet of the Cradle.
New Game of QuotaGana.
Fireside Spelling Game.
Mrs. Jollyboy's Pic 'nic.,
011 Maid and Old Bachelor. '
Parlor Amusements. -
New Game of Matrimony.
New Game of Forteit.
New Game of Spirit Rapper.
Nuts CO Bruck or 54 Puzzles.
Game of Nip, Sledge Tuck and Frizzle.
Sparkles of• Wit from tile Brain..
Pan of Mamas. ' •
Quartette Gamt'of English Poots,
Sultan Vizier or Scherzerade.
Quartette Gaire of American Poets.
/ Dejected Picture Puziles.
Fortune Telling Cards. •
Fox, and Geese. .
For sale at Schpfrer's Bookstore, 21 South Sad street,
Harrisburg, Pa.. no2l
ORGAN GEMS - :
Offertoires, Communions, Versets, Preludes,
F. Andre, E. Batiste; NE Brosig, A. _Fiver,
A. Hesse, Lefubre 'Wely, and others.
- ARRANOND AND =TAD ST
FREDERICK S. DAVENPORT.
Price, Cloth $3 00.; Rds. $2 60. OLIVER DITSON &
CO., Publishers, Boston. declo-u¢
English. and German Lancaster
.. for the year
• .1 S 6 5 .
For sale, by the gross, Dozen , or single:, at Scheffers
Bookstore, 21 South Second street, Harrisburg; Pa. i 3825
QOPAS, Arm and Parlor Chairs, Marl*
17 top Tablas, Lounges and .
COTTAGE OHAMBER SETTS,
In end' variety it
JAMES R. 'BOYD & SON,
no4d4w/ New Ware-rooms, 24 South Second at:,
ALARGE assortment of Diaries and Daitt.
Journals for the year 1865, for sate at Scheffer's
Bookstore, 21 South Second street, Harrisburg, Pa.
A FEW WEE COPIES of the - i
RULES FOR RECTIA. TING THE PRACTICE IN THE
• SUPREME COURT AND COURTS OF THE -
TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF •.• • :-. t,
Composed of Dauphin and , Lebanon' counties. Price'
$3 50. For sale at Scheffer's'Elookstore, . Harrisburg,
BAERS English and Garman almanacs for
sale-by the gross, dozen er single at Bergner's Cheap
Bookstore. • .2. -
IQUID RENNET yields . with milk tRe
most luscious of all deserts for the table; the light
est and most grateful diet for 'invalids and children.
Milk contains every element of 'the bodily constitution;
When coagulated with-rennet it is always light and easyot
digeetion; and supports the" system with the least possible
excitement.: When still greater nutritive power isdesired
cream and sugar may be-added. kteaspoonfal - converb
Cl quart of milk into a Arm curd. Prepared and sold.
wholesale and retail by : & A KUNKSL;
eils-ft . 118 Market Street—.
To our fine and extensive stock of ''hoto
graph Albums and Photograph Card Plat:trek we
have added a BEAUTIFUL ENVELOPE for the reception
of card pictures. They must be seen and will briadmired
Photographers supplied at the very Joweet whole
tale priee, , aud their lard printed upon them for $1
thousand, wholesale and retail, at
may 24 SCHEFFER'S BOOK TORY.
- - Backgammon Boards.
AN assortment of backgammon boards at
Bergner s cheap Bookstore. n 02.1
UTTER; RUTTER.—Fresit roll butter
AI from Snyder county received every week. Aloe
virP ft 159 , 41 . SplrElt.
• So ;Portfolios.
LARGE. clssortingat at
BERGINEWE CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
maila 5.1.1 tat IVlltiloginlP nr rntall at-Inw MIME.
Wall, Paper ! Wall Paper!!
A ratite and splendid stock of Wall Paper
~ti of all styles and prices, for sale cheap at
sep26 21 Southßecond street, Harrisburg, Penna.
A SMALL but, superior lot of HONEY, just
li received, el SHLSLER & FRAZER'S.
WRENCH CHALK AND PENCILS,
1 Suitable for Banks, Office; &c.,
At Scheffer's Bookstore, 'Harrisburg, ' sa29
1110IOKLES I PICKLESI-1--By the Barrel,
L Half Barrel, Jar or Down. at
SHISLER & FRAZER'S,
u 02 ,) (Successors to WM. Dock. Jr., & Co.)
REED PEACHES, Apples, :Blackberries,
Currants, Cherries, &e., at
SEMLER & FRAZER'S,
not amassers to W. Doe& Jr., & Co.
AFRESH supply of Miohener's Celebrated
_ Sugar Cured Hama and Dried Beef, at
. . _ .
BOYER & HOERPER
MiOHENER'S excelsior haras, of this gea
eon's oaring. Just received and for sale by
WIESE LEMONS, just received and for
sale by [col] SHLSLER & FRAZER.
1:100KET BOOKS, Wallets and Purses for
gale cheap at' BOREFFBR , S Bookstore
QWEET CIDER just received at.-
0ct.28 SHISLER.& FRAZER'S
ItirESS SHAD and FINE NEW MACK
KEEL, ju,st, received, at
1918 , ROYER k KORRYER.
NUTS.—Almonds, Cream Nuts, Chestnuts,
English Walnuts Filberts and Walnuts at
deel2-dtf JOE& WISE'S.
NEW GAME FOR CHILDREN.
( - lAMB OF,SODITALEE, togethe.r with an
kJ . assortmentor other Garoes,,st Scheirer's Bookstore '
21 South Sowed street: gariisborg, rs: pod
VXTRA FAMILY FLOUR and 001.14
J MEAL always on hand, of the best quality, at
T.B . BOYER dc.K.0E8,P641..,
/110.MATOILE - TSUP, by the gallon, quart or
pint, Just received at WM M. GRAY & CO.,
. (Houser and Lociaman's old stand, Market squard)
'IIIIIEOEIVED, a good lot of Apples awl l'o-
Xi? tiktles,si ' • JOHN
dean-Mt Third and Walnut.
MOKED : .SALMON.— FINE ...13.140HED
''SALMON, lust ratotood at'
' ' " NUL= la Mint,
Wet; " Otodoasort toWm. Dock,CO_ .
INlSSAollllPlitylita'llll,laNG AND 84
civ • '14,47 ROM k NOM=
lIARRISBURG PA., FRIDAY EVENINti, DECENBNI 16., 1864
Diariesi. • Diaries !
FOR' 'so S.
VERY , muirE, INDECEDt
NEW AvvEirriS.F4llE.N Ts:
NEW GOODS---JUST OP-ENEDI
Book and Stationery Store.
Embracing every new and improved style of
POCKET BOOKS, ,
YAGIC CURRENCY HOLDERS,
CALF SKIN POCKET BOOKS,
• . 2ORTMONNAIES, &o.
It prices to , suit all circumstances.
Considine or a fine ataritinent'of .Westentkolra'a Saps '
• GOLD PENS,
From Newton'e celebrated manufactory. Evers Pen
with a guarantee.
PORT - TOE,IM, '
WRITING OASES,._ ROSEWOD DESKS.
Together with every article usually found In first
flask and Stationery establishment, at
myl2] ' BERGNER'S, 51 Market street
. . Herb
AAS proved the most effective cure of
RHEITMATIO GOUT,,has proved the_ best remedy
Of Animating and Strengthening the nerves of Ladies of
Has proved the best salvo for
DRAWING DAD MATTER AND HEALING
Priee $1 per bottle. Sis bottles for SE:
Dr liamiei Universal HerlpElixir, •
An infallible remedy against Cramp in the Stomach,
Indigestion,' Cholera, Diarrlicea, Giddiness, Vomiting,
Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, Epilepsy, Asthma,
Piles, Cold Fover, - . .tc., &e.
Price pee bottle. Six bottles for $6.
• D. FR. LAMPE, Gosh; Kingdom Hanover, is the in
ventor of the most wonderful cure, ever known. He
commenced his practice twenty years ago by only receiv
ing such patients as had been considered incurable' by
their physicians. After taking his medicines, and sub
jecting themselves to his treatment, they regained tbei
former vigor and good health, and
THOUSANDS OF LIVES HAVE BEEN FAVEII BY HIS
The name of Dr. Fr. Lanipe, soon became the most re
nowned of European doctor. Hundreds. of thousands
of sufferers have ayailed themselves of his' wonderful
tocdtcino anxYgot . relieved .
Imported by Dr. NITSCH & CO., 48d Broadway, N. Y
For salo in Harrisburg by D. W. GROSS & CO., T. N.
BORGARDNER, and LOUIS WYETIL locl3doawly]
A GENOY FOR THE SALE OF U. S.
BONDSAND TREASURY NOTES—Deposits receiv
ed insmallsurns to be-applied to Investment in these
$50;1100 or;$500 securities.
- . WO act as itgeuts,in this etty, In correspondence with Gov
ernmeneagenta, for procuring these securities; especially
by receiving deposits of entail sums, to be so applied.
Interest of 4or 5. per cent, will be allowed on deposits
exceeding $2O. Funds above the amount of all such
deposits-will be kept in the Harrisburg Bank, and a de
posit can be withdrawn at any time by 'the owner. The
business will be solely of this nature, and conducted on a
plain, fair,open and explainable to all, as set out, with the
necessary inforination as these to securities, inpur circulars.
Theaua 'Bonds and Treasury Notes are the safest and
mestOoriveitient for investment, bring the highest rate of
interest, and can be sold at .any time for the amount on
Utak face, together with the wieuinittatadleterest. or at a
premmd, ..,.,,ikerato commissions oe ussifu. -
• al. wint4rNzy
Office Rarpbeiu" Alley Near the CASOrt House
Harrisburg, Oet. 21,4804.--dtr : .
WAEttgG TO THE PUBLIC. ---To pre
vent, any , mistakes occarrin, g hereafter , . in regard
to our place of businets ear itameroim it ends and bus•
iness.men, herehy.notify.the same 'that we still are at
our old stand, 105 Market street,, and have no connection
with any , other party or . eathellahment in the city.
At the same time we drawthe attention of the public
in general to our newly received large anti splendid as
sortment of clothing and gents' furnishing goods, which
we sell cheaper than' an be , bought any other place in
the city. L. BERNHARD,
Pl4O OGRAPH ALBUMS.
`Photograph Albums. '
- Photograph Album
THE largest and cheapest variety of:PHC
TOGRAYEI ALBUMS in the city are constantly ke
at jnon:l2) BERqNEWS CEIRAP BOOKSTORE.
FIN'E FAMILY FLQIIR —SHISLER
FRAZER have made 'arrangements with one olathe
best mills in the country to supply the families orHarris
burg with choice FLOUR. Every barrel warranted, and
delivered to any part of the city. free of charge.
• SRLSLER & FRAZER,
Dealers in Fins Family Groceries, opposite the Court
CIEMESE.—Prime New. York Cheeee, 'Pine
V,l Apple; Efklish Dairy igid Sap Sago Cheese, just re
ceived this morning at SRISLER &FRAZER'S.
QOMETHING New and amusing for
►dren—The Filifogßirds, at
no2i :-..CHEITEMS Bookstore, Harrisburg, :
p.r.coms! 'PICKLES I 1
1 By the barrel, half barrel, jar or dozen, at/
n 0261 • • BOYER & KOERPER.
REDUCTION,IN PRICES. -.
REIMER & FRAZER,
Rave made another reduction in Prices on the loading
articles of groceries. oct2B
HAVANA ORANGES.—FiIie liavana Or
alga jut received at SIIISLER & FRAZER'S,
nolB successors to Win. Dock, Jr., & Co.
:TT EN OASES SP ICED OYSTERS, just re.
calved sit SHISLER & FRAZER,
.1029' ' Successors to W. Dock, Jr., & CO
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF. TRANSPA
xi. RENT SLATES, of all sizes and prices, for sale at
Scitefferbt Bookstore, 81. South Second street, Harrisburg,
STONS BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, of a ape
nor quality, just received fiem the Wyoming Valley
and for sale in any quantity at,
1114 SEMLER Bz. FRA'4EItiS.
TUST ARRIVED I—A fine lot of CANNE
PJ PEACHES and TOMATOES. Also, SCPERI
PINE APPLES, FRESH PEAS, &c., just received by
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The War in Kentucky and Ten-
Captain Bridgewater, with one hundred and
twenty-five men, went into New Castle and
drove out Jesse, with a loss to the latter of
thirteen killed and wounded. Captain Bridge
water chased them through Port Royal, and ,
was only eight hours behind at that place. It
is thought the rebels . would be captured by.
Colonel - Johnson telegraphs that the rebel
General Lyon's advance 18 moving on Russell
ville; His main force, twenty-five hundred
strong, is at Elkton.
The Yournes special Nashville dispatch of
the 13th says: "The weather has considerably
moderated. All our forts did more or less
firing to-day, but apparently with little dam
age to the enemy. Skirmishing between the
lines was renewed to=day with greater earnest
ness than for some time past. The enemy
yesterday fell back to his main line, but. to
day has reinstated the force in his outer
Dispatches fully confirm the success of
Rousseau's troops under Gen. Milroy.
Gen: Dates' Division is within two miles of
Nothing has been heard from the rebel bri
gade that crossed yesterday at Cumberland
A dispatch received from Rousseau says
Murfreesboro' is all right, and he expressed
confidence to hold the place against any force
the enemy has at his command.
The Democrat says: We are inforlhed that
Generhl Lyon's rebel forces burned the depot
and several sheds at Hadensville, on theMetn
phis Branch railroad, yesterday. A lot of
bacon stored in the depot, and a large lot of
tobacco under sheds awaiting shipment to this
city, was destroyed. The rebels aae conscript
ing everybody they can find.
Nasamms,Dee, 14, r. sa,--Yesterday after
noon a reconnoissance was, made by the regi
ments from Steadmares Corps, near the
Murfreesboro pike. Sharp skirmishing en
sued during the afternoon, with- no loss on the
Federal side except some half dozen wounded.
Deserters who came in yesterday report
that Hood had altered his lines somewhat.—
Later and more reliable information, how
ever, asserts that the rebel forces are still in
their former position. Hood has been re
ported sick at Franklin, with typhus fever,
but the reports are not credited. He is un
dOubtedly with his troops 'within a few miles
A lot of Government wood was destroyed
by a party of Confederates, ten miles up the
river yesterday. -
A portion of the Rebel General Lyon's com
mand are reported to have burned some trestle
orlr tho Edgefiald aue iieutunkyitailroad,
twelve miles above Springfield, Tennessee.
The weather is raodemtilag, and ,a heavy
rain fell last night. The river is eight feet,
and is rapidly rising. •
XXXVIIIth eongress---Second• Session.
Mr. Clark, (N. H.,) president pro tete., in
Mr. Sumner (Mass.) offered 'the following,
which, was adopted: That the President of the
United States be requested, if not inconsistent
with the • public interests, to furnish to the
Senate any information on the file of the de
partment of State, concerning the paper pnb
lished in the volume of treaties, and entitled,
"An arrangement between the United States
and Great Britain, between Richard Rush
Esq., acting as Secretary of State, and Cha%
B. Agat, his Brittanic Majesty's Envoy Extfa
ordinary, relating to the naval force to be
Maintained upon the American lakes."
Mr. Lane (Kansas) offered the following:
Resolvtd, That the Committee on the Con
duct of the Wax be instructed to inquire as . to
the truth of the alleged charges that large
numbers of disloyal persons are in the em
ployment of the Government in the navy
yards, quartermaster's and ordnance °depart
ments, Sce., of the country, to the exclusion
of loyal men, with power to send for persons
Mr. Lane : (Kansas.) I desire to make a
statement that was made in my presence last
night, before a large • assembly of gentlemen,
in a public speech, that a few days ago the
son of• a soldier Who died 'of starvation in a
rebel prison, applied at the Philadelphia navy
yard for employment, which was necessary
for the maintenance of the family of this sol
•dier who had died of starvation. He was re
fused, while at the moment of his refusal
there were thousands of disloyal men in the
employment of that navy yard. I make that
statement in the hearing of the Chairman of
the Committee on Naval Affairs, and call his
attention to it. • I ask for the passage of the
Mr. Chandler (Mich.) suggested that as the
Committee on the Conduct of the War had as
much before it as it could possibly do, be
tween November and the 4th of March.
The resolution bad better be referred to a
Mr. Lane said his object was to have the
investigation made, and the report upon Übe
fore the installation of the new administration.
It there was such an evil as spoken of, it
should be made known, and the policy of the
Administration should be chaisged in its in
stallation. He was one of the men who be
lieved that no government could be success
fully administered unless it surrounded itself
with office holders in sympathy with it. He
wanted the report before the 4th of March
Mr. Johnson (Md.) did not know that he
had any more confidence in the Administra
tion than the Senator from Kansas, but he
had no doubt, the President would see to it
that the offices were filled by loyalmen. What,
ever might be saicLas to the loyalty, of„ the
navy yard employees, it was a fact that they
all voted for Mr. Lincoln. He did not be
lieve the Senate had any right to interfere in
this matter, which he thought was one per
taining to the. Executive department of the
Govenunent. Suppose the investigation
turned out as the Senator from Kansas antici
pated,, whit could the senate do? Nothing
but expOss an} Ppiuiuy which could have no
legal binding whatever "upon the, President,
and he might, or_ might not disregard it, either
because he 'thought it his interest to do so or
not.. As he did not concur hi the conclusion of
the Senator On r
the sub„Kct, - vgi,,pprio4
to tale rooolotion.
Loinsvrr Dee. 14
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HOUSE OF -REPRESENTATIVES
Mr. Holman (Dad.) introduced a resolution
directing the Secretary of War to furnish a
copy of the order issued Dec. Is% 1863, in
regard to troops enlisted on condition that
they should be discharged when the regiments
were mustered out of service; also, the order
dated December, 1863, addressed to the Gov
ernor of Massachusetts, in regard to troops
to fill up old regiments; and, also, .inform the
House whether the prin.ciplestherein.an
nounced have been applied to soldiers mus
tered to fill up old regiments. '
Mr. Schenck (0.) objected to the consider
ation of the resolution, unless it was referred
to the Committee on Military Affairs. which
he said had that subject under consideration,
and had already obtained information on the
Mr. Holman's resolution was referred to the,
Committee on Military Affairs. 1 •
Mr. Mallory (Ky.) asked leave to Offer
resolution requesting the President to C,Oril
wan loge all papers bearing on the arrest and
imprisonment of Lieut. Gov. Jacobs and Col.
',Watford, the latter one of the Presidential
electors of Kentucky; by whose order arrested
and where they are imprisoned.
Mr. Stevens (Pa.) objected.
On motion of Mr. Orth, (Ind.,) the House
took up and passed the Senate bill providing
for a speacial term of the Court for the Dis
trict of Indiana.
On motion of Mr. Griswald, (N. Y.,) a reso
lution was passed directing an investigation
of all the facts as to the practical operationof
the pension laws, a system of permanent re
lief, and to'inquire into the actual constitu-
tion of the present invalids, and what mea,
Sures should be passed to secure to them em
ployment independent of pensions.
Mr. Cox (0.). offered a resolution, which
Resolved, That the Secretary of State, if
not Mcompatible with the public service,
communicate to this House all communica
tions on file in his office with reference to the
diffculties upon the northern borders, and
which have been referred to the Committee
on Foreign Affairs.
Mr. Cox said this information was desired
with kyiew to some action of the Committee,
on Foreign Affairs, and for the elucidation of
the questions committed to them. ,
Mr. Blaine (Me.) moved that the Committee'
on Ways and Means be instructed to inquire
into the expediency of exempting sailing ves
sels of 500 tons, and upwards, from the two
per cent. tax imposed in the 94th section of
the internal revenue act of 1861. Adopted.
GEN. SHERMAN'S ADVANCE-CONSTERNATION AT
CHARLESTON-THE EXCHANGE OF PRISONERG.
ForntEss Plimtutomi - Dec. 13.
The steamship Arago, Captain Gadsdin,
arrived here last evening. having in tow the.
United States gunboat Augusta, which broke ,
riovin while on the way from Port Royal. The
Ara& has mails, passengers and important
dispatches from General Foster, cpmmanding,
the Department of the South.
The latest advic from Sherman' at the'
time the Arago left—n the Bth instant—we're
that his advance troops, coropriSing mostly
cavalry and light artillery, had reached :a
point only forty miles from Savannah._ and
were steadily feeling their way towards that
city, with every prospect of capturing it with
very little loss td'his army. He had succeeded
in severing the railway communication lead
ing to and from Savannah, and had cut off the,.
most important routes of supplies for the
troops that were hastily assembling in the de
fence of the city.
The bombardment of Charleston has been
suspended, and Colonel John E. Mulford was
rapidly pushing forward his arrangements for
the exchange of the residue of the Union pris
oners in the hands of the Rebels at that city.
The most intense consternation is said, by
our men recently exchanged, to be prevail
ing, not only in Savannah, where the author
ities are hourly expecting to hear the • boom
ing of the guns of Sherman's vanguard, but
also in Charleston, it being with difficulty
that the excited feelings of the populace can
be allayed, ski' great is their dread that Sher
man may yet make the capture of this latter •
city the. object of his- grand campaign. The
exchange of prisoners is progressing very
favorably, considering the state of affairs in
Charleston, and no doubt is entertained but
that'Colonel Mulford will succeed in tibtaining
a sufficient,number of our men as will load
the remaining vessels of the exchange fleet.
Markets by Telegrapb.
PECLIADELPRIA 3 Dec. 15
Trade very dull. Receipts flour small; mar
ket firm but very little doing; sales 500 bar
rels extra family at $l2 and some fancy lots at
$l3. Bye flour firm at s9®9 25. In corn
meal nothing doing. Wheat steady; .sales
3,000 bushels red at $2 62; 900 bushels Dela-
Ware white sold at $2 90. Rye ranges from
$1 73 to $1 75. Corn dull; small sales old'
yellow at $1 88, new at $1 70, and mixed at
$1 70. Oats less active; 7,000 bushels,Pena.
sold at - 92c. Barley and malt are uuchapge,d..
Cloverieed wanted at $14@14 50. 'Tintothy
$5; 500 bushels flaxseed sold at $3 75. , rin
groceries there is very little doing. Provi
sions firmer; sales mess pork at. $11®42;
hams at 20®21c, and shoulders at 18 1 - 1 ;
Whisky advanced and . now commands sl94®
NEW Yonx, Dec. 15
Flour has an advancing tendency and the
market is firmer; sales of 11,500 bbls at $9 80
@,,10 for State, $ll 25(411 90 for Ohio, and_ .
$ll 90®12 25 for Southern. Wheat firmer;
sales of 17,000 bus at $2 40 for red. Corn -
steady, but quiet, at $1 90®1 92: Pork buey-:
ant at $40®42.50 for new.. Lard buoyant at
231®241c. Whisky firm at $1 95. -
New York Stock Market,
• Nzw Yost., Dec ,15
stooks firmer. Chicago and I. 1071;
Cumberland preferred 501; Illinois Central
1301; Michigan Southern 734; do. guaran 7
teed 145; New -York Central 1201; Pennsyl
vania coal 105; Reading 1371; Hudson River
1174; Canton Company ,
_34 ; Missouri 6'5.641;
Erie Railroad 941; Coupons 1881 1161; Five
Twenties 109; Ten Forties 1011; TreasurY
1194; One year Certificates WTI; 'Gold 2331
afterward 2351. , •
Philadelphia Stock Market.
- - Pittnaiieopirii, Dec.
Steaks steady. Pentieyhrtuais 6'e _931;
Reading. Railroad . 6 8, ;..!Merria Cane r AO;
Long Lapsd not anoted; RentuTylvatknOin4-
ra 87: Eteitailatoii New York par