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MUMVING AND EVEArIE-G,
By GEORGE BERGN ,
A'R4IR 'Jr Atxu7
TEItMB 01 SUl:6oli J. UT 14) N.
F.INGLE SUBSCRIPTION. I.
pus 1 1 ... v IF lA...GRAPH is served LI subscribers in the
pe; rests per W(Ck. Yeally substaibrrs wia he
agrod $6 (h) is advance. Tho=e persons wha neglect to
hay iu advance will be charged S 7 00.
WEEKLY TELYGRA Pa
TELEOR API is also piattislted weekl yond f
. : nie , enbets at ILiet following cash rates
S'ngle copies, weeldr
raree copies to one Post C thee
fen copies to one P. et Office
A Grand .F.,xhibition
KUNKEL & BRIO'S
Drug and Faney Store,
NO. 118 MABKVi STEEET
111 HE following are some of the articles to
j. be obtathed, appropriate to the season :
Bohemian Glass Vases. Flower Staudt , .
Toilet Bottles. Watvh Stands.
Cigar Stand.s. Matoir Stands.
Cigar Ash Stands. • Reading and Book Stands.
Fancy Faris. Fence Riding Whips.
Card Cases, pearl and Canes.
leather. Cut Glass Colognes..
Dressing Cases. Shaving Cases.
Ladies' Companions Ladles' Satchels.
Caba Satchels, Fortefe Pos.
Powder Puff Boles. Hand Mirror....
Burnett's Toilet cotta
' Sewing Caves.
Cavalry Cases. Folios.
Leather and Vicker Pocket Minors.
Leather, MPhil and Gum
Box of Cigars.
Leather and Gum Balla
I) aries for 1885
Also. a great variety of Lava Ware, all of trbich can be
had at KUNRIRL & BRO'B DRUG STORE,
dealt' No. 11.8 MARKET STRERT/OHARRIBBERE. .
The undersigned, having lately purchased
proDerty, has already commenced such alter
ations and improvements as will render this
OLD AND POPULAR. HOUSE
equal, if not superior, to any Hotel in the
city of Harrisburg. GEO. J. BOLTON.
CORRECTION OF ENROLLMENT LISIS
OFFICE OF SHE BOARD OF ENROLLMENT,
14th Dimino; PENNSYLVANIA,
MRRISORRO, Nov. 23, 1864
BUARD OF ENROLLMENT will, AT
ji ALL TIMES receive and attend to app lcations for tha
,correction of the enrollment lists. Any perion, properly
Interacted, may appear before the Board, and have any
nage striclren ott the list if he can show', to the eatisfac.
,tion of the Board, that the person named 's not properly
.enrollei, on account of
let. ,4ii• nage. •
la Over age.
4th. Permanent physical disability.
SUL Having served in the ra Mary or naval service of
the United Kates two years during the present war, and
been honorably discharged.
Civil officers, clergymen, and all the prominent citizens
are invited to appear, at nil tims, before the Board to
point out errors in the lists, and to give such information
in their possession as may aid in the correction and re
G. G. HUNT,
Pro Mar. and Pres't of Board.
CHAS. C. RAWN,
Commissioner or tho Board.
S. T. CHARLTON,
✓ Surgeon of the Board.
n 023 dim
rip REASIIRY DEPARTMENT.
j Orates 07 CO3E2I . ROLLIM. or THE CtIRRENcy, 11
WASIIINGTON, Nov. 21, 1864 - 1
Whereas, by Satisfactory evidence presented to the
undersigned; it • ban been made appear that the
HARRISBURG NATIONAL BANK, in the City of Her.
risburg,in the County ..f Dauphin, and Stato or. Penn
sylvanus, has been duly organized under and according
to the requirements of the net of Congress, entitled "An
Act to provide a National Currency, secured by a pledge
of 'United States bonds, and to provide for tie circulation
and redemption thereof," approved June 3, 1864, and has
complied with all the provisions of said act required to
be compiled with before commencing the business of bank
ing under said act:
Now, therefore, I, SAMUEL, T. HOWARD, Deputy
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
illarrisburg National Bank,in the City of Harrisburg, in the
county of Lauphin and State of Pennsylvania, is author
iced to commence the business of tuokirig ender the net
In testimony whereof, witness my band and seal of
.office this twenty-first day of November, 1864
SA RUEL T. TOWARD,
"sk r kL 1 Deputy Comptroller of the Currency.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
WE receive daily quotations from the east.
em markets. which are open for the luspectioh
or our customers, and at which rates we will BUY, SRI,
B 5-20, 10-40-and 1881 Bonds,
Oil, Cunt and Railway Stocks,
Gold, .Stiver, ttc
Wanted, Pennsylvania State claims. -
BIGLER & CO.,
Stock and Exchange Brokers,
88 Market Street, Harrisburg.
QTEAM WEEKLY TO LIVERPOOL, touch'
lag at QUEENSTOWN. (Logs. HARBOR.) The w,-11
known steamers of the Liverpool, New York and Phila-
Aelpbta Steamship Company, (Inman Line), carry ing the
E. S. Mails, are intended to sail as follows :
GLASGOW. —.. ........ Saturday, December 17.
. MANCHESTER 4111 . la 2 4 .
BALTIMORE fi " 31.
and every succeeding Saturday, at noon, from Pier 44,
RATES OF PASSAGE:
"astable in Go/dor its Equintstiirst Lra Ourrency.
FIRST CABIN, $BO 00 I
hTEEKaGB, $BO 00
do to London, 85 00 do to Loudon, $4 00
do to Faris, 95 00 I do to Faris, 40 00
Ao Hamburi, 90 00 1 do to hamburg , _ . 87 00
Fassongers also forwarded to Havre, Br men, Bolter
dam, Antwerp, dro., at equally low rates.
Fares from Liverpool pr9,110131110,0W11: Ist Cabin, C 75,
VA, $lO5. Steerage $BO. Those who wish to send for
their friends can buy tickets hero et pbepe rates.
For further information apply at the Company
Offices JOHN G. DALE, Ageht,
ocl4 15,. Broadway, N.Y.
OVID F. JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.,
OFFICE MO. 23, MOUTH SECOND STEEET.
Legal business and collections promptly
de t c atended to
ALARGE ASSORTMENT OF TRANSPA
RENT SLATES, of all sizes - arid prices, for sale at
Scheirer's Bookstore, 21 South Seso'Jul street, Harrisburg,
r eam , octl
A FRESH 140 T OF IXISIONS just re
ceived at WM. M. GRAY & CO.,
- (Mouser & Loctman'a old Mead Market square.)
A • NEW invoice of Miettener's odebratee
Name' ftl4lB.liliveit. tit ig TISOTOira At
14638t.Et2 14 crftiztra.
RECEIVED; a fine lot of Pickles and
Cranberries, at [decl2•dtf] JOHN
KTEW CIJRABIWY HOLDER at
non SOSEJTEWS Book store.
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BY GEORGE BERGNER HARRISisURG A TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20,. 1864
COMPOUNDED FROM ROOTS, BARKS, AND LEAVES.
An unfailing cure far Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weak
ness, Nocturnal Emission; and all diseases caused by sey
pollution; ruck as LOU Of Memory, Universal Lassiitsde,
Pains in /he Back,Dimness of ruiois, Premature Old Age,
Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakefal
nets, Eruptions on the Face, Pale Countetuince, Insanity,
umption, and all the: Dircfut complaints caused 14 de
!Rioting from the path of nature.
41-This medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one
on, 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 curative porters have been
sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case.
To those who have trifled with their constitution,
until they think themselves beyond the reach of medical
aid, we would say, Despair not I the ennamcma Cups will
restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doe
tore have failed I
Price, $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $3, and for
warded by Express to all parts of the world,
_ Pamphlet sent by mail free of postage by
Da. W. R..MERWIN & CO.,
nols-deod-4m No. 63 Liberty street, New York.
G LAD NEWS for the UNFORTUNATE
THE LONG SOUGHT FOR DISCOVERED AT LAST.
Cures in from one to three days.
Compounded from Roots, Barks and. Leaves:
CHEOKEEE REMEDY, the. great Indian Diuretic,
cures an diseases of the urinary 'organs, each as Inca*.
'wilco, of the Vrtine,, inflammation of the Bladder, inflam
mation of the Kidneys, Stone in the Bladder=
gravel, Elea, Gonnorhea, and is especially rascals.
in those cases of Fluor dibus (or Whita in females) where
all the old nauseous medicines have failed.
we- It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the
dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times
401- It is diuretic and alterative in 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 hate induced disease.
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or assist
ant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY and should be used in
conjunction with that medicine in all cases of GOnorrhea,
Glat t Auer data or Whites:' Its abets are healing,
soothing and demulcent ; removing all scalding; heat,
chordee and pain, instead of the burning and almott un
endurable pain that Is experienced with nearly all the
cheep quack /*aims.
la- By the else of the CHERONEe. REMEDY and
CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the same
time—all improper discharges are retained, and the weak
ened organs are speedily restored to full vigor and
six. Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $5.
10„.Priee CHEROKEE INJECTION, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $5. .
Sent by Expr,css to any address on receipt of price.
THE CHEROKEE REMEDY, CHEROKEE INJECTION
AND CHEROKEE CURE, are sold by all enterprising
Druggists in. the civilized world. Some unprincipled
dealers, however, try to sell worthless compounds in the
place of these ; those which they can purchase at a cheap
price, and make more Abney by selling, than they can on
these medicines. As you value your health, aye, the
health of your future offspring, do hot be' ileceiVed by
Silch unprincipled druggists, ask for these medicinal add
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 expres3, securely sealed and packed from
•••• • • •
Ladies or gentlemen can address us in perfect confi
dence, stating fully and plainly their diseases and symp
toms, as we treat all diseases of a ellronin nature in male
or female. Patients need not hesitate because of their
inability to visit us, as we have treated patients sucCess
fully in all portions of the civilized globe, by corcespond
Patients addressing us will please slate plainly all the
symptoms of their complaints, and write Postoffice,
County, State, and name of writer, plain, and inclose
postage stamp for reply.
We send our 32-page pamphlet free to any address.—
Address all letters to the proprietors,
DR, W. B DERWIN k CO,,
nol6 de.,d 4m No. 63 Liberty street, New York.
GAMES! GAMES! GAMES!
Pictorial Game or Characters
Pet of the Cradle.
New Game of Quotations. •
Fireside Spoiling Game.
Mrs..Tollyboy's Pic ntc.
Oka Maid and Old Bachelor
New Game of Matrimony.
New Game of Forteit.
New Game of Spirit Rapper.
Nuts to Rrapir. or 64 Puzzles.
Game of Nip, sledge, Tuck and Friszle .
Sparkles of Wit from tile Brain.
Pau of MOTIIIIB.
Quartette Game of English Poets.
Sultan Vizier or Scherzerade.
Quartette Game of American Poets,
Dejected Picture Puzzles.
Fortune Telling Cards.
Fox and Geese,
For sale at Scheirer's Bookstore,,2l South 2nd street,
Harrisburg, Pa. ' ni*
ORGAN GEMS :
J. - COLLECTION OE
Offertoires, Communions, Versets, Preludes,
F. Andre, E. Batiste, M. Brosig, A. Freyer,
A. Hesse, Lefubre Wely, and others.
ARRANGED AND EDITED BY
FREDERICK S. DAVENPORT.
Price, Cloth $4 00 ; Bds. $2 60. OLIVER DITSON &
CO., Publishers, Boston. ' -deelo-uo
Almanacs ! , Almanacs I
33 A. V.
English and German Lancaster
for the year
1 6 .
For sale, by the gross, Doyen, or single, at Sottelferis
Bookstore, 21 South Second erred, Harrisburg, Pa. isi29
OFAS, Arm and Parlor Chairs, Marble
top Tables, Lounges and
COTTAGE CHAMBER SETTS, •
In.great variety at
JAMES R. BOYD & SON,
no4d4wl New Ware-reonta, 20 South Second et
Diaries ! Diaries !
ALARGE assortment of Diaries and Daily
Journals for thi year 3.865, for sale at &heifer s
pastors, 21 Soath,sepaa, sires!, Harrisburg, Pa.
A FEW MORE COPIES of the
RULES FOR REGULATING THE PRACTICE IN THE
SUPREME COURT AND COURTS OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
Compospd of Dauphin and Lebanon counties, Price
$3 O. 47.12 Scheffer's Bookstore, Earosbure, Pa.
LO . AIL 03 T 0 EL V.
IN D. W. GROSS' NNW BLOCS,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFEEEM STYLES
OL OAKS AND OTROULARS,
FINE SP a
Will open on the Ist of April. Dmull-aIY
'PEPPER SAUCE, a now irtVoioo, j'aSt TO-
L aelvat a 6 Dad) magit di Fitalpvii,
"F HF UNTO N---N W. AN Ji 10ItEV ER ."
NEW' Al) V EItTISEME NTS.
Holiday Gift Books.
ALL the Choice Illustrated Gift Books issued
by the press of this country, can be seen at
BERGNER'S BOOK STORE.
An ewly examination Is inlielted, as there are but few
copies of each of the elegant - volumes in stock.
E'egautly Itlystrated by Billings, 33 plates or the most
Halsted rhiMeter. Price in muslin, extra gilt,s4 50
Another edition illustrated by La Fargo, Vedder and
Darky, Price $3 00.
SAXE'S "OLEVER STORIES."
The poems all new, and the illustrations in the highest
style of art. Pr ice 1,8 to. . •
"TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRIST
Moom's beautiful poem of "The visit of St. Nicholas,"
illustrated by Darley, with characteristic engravings.
Price, illuminated cover, 7i cents.
By Arthur Clearland Coss, illuminated and illustrated
by flows. Elegantly printed. Price $6 00, antique $0 00.
BISHOP STEVENS ON THE PARABLES.
An elegant volume printed on fins toned paper. Il
lustrated in the lice* style or art by Franklin. ?rice in
'Morocco $8 00.
By Adams, with illustrations by Birket, Foster and
others. Price In half Turkey $5 00. •
IRVING'S SKETCH BOOK-ARTIST'S
Illustrated with one hundred and twenty engravings.
from original designs. This is the most elegant book ever
published in America. Price $2O 00.
Verses of Praise and. Faith from American poets, ar
ranged by Rev. George T Rider. 12 me. Price $2 00
Uniform with the above, from Engbelt poets. 12 mo
Price $2 00.
GOLDEN LEAVES FROM TEES BIWISH
An elegant volume containing the celebrated minor
poems of the British authors. Collected and illustrated
by Rows. Price $2 50.
GOLDEN LEAVES , .!' n.c . ) l4
Uniform in design and character with above.
Price $2 O.
A new 'and elegantly illustrated edition. Price $7 00.
Turkey, $9 CO.
THE SNOW IMAGE.
By Hawthorne. A Aconite gem, illustrated In colors.
Price $1 75.
REBLE'S CHRISTIAN YEAR.
Elegantly illuarated by Schmblze. Half Turkey.—
Price $5 CO.
Elegant editions of the following works, expressly pre
pared for the Holiday season :
Heber's Poetical Works—Turkey morocco $8 00
Female Prose Writers of America—Turkey mor.. 8 00
'Thomson's Seasons—Turkey morrocco e' 8 00
Roger's Poetical Works " L 0 S 00
• Campbell's poetical works • 8 00
Shakepeare's complete works 8 00
Moore's Irish melodies—cloth gdt—illustrated . 2 00
Sabbath. bells chimed by the poets „... 2 00
Songs of tbe affectisns, by His Idemans 2 00
*ray's poetical works, il:ustrated - 2 00
Longfehow's works, new . cabinet ed.—per vol,. 2 00.
Tennyhon's poems" " . 2 00
Saxes'J, ti /4 I
.. .2 pp
Holmes' " 1.1 /1 6, 44 2'oo
And many other standard works.
BLUE AND GOLD SERIES—Si 50 PEA VOL
LongfePow's poems 2 vol Saxes' poems 1 vol
Longfellow's prose 2 vet Holmes' poems 1 vol
1, poems 2 vol Bryant's poems 2 vol
whittier's,pooms 2 vol Crabbs' poems 1 vol
Te1:1113 , 404'a 05010.3 2 vol Irving's sketches I vol
WHAT TO BUY FOR CHILDREN]
ALL THE NEW BOOKS FOE BOYS AND GIRLS ARE /N
Lock at the lisf and preserve it for reference !
American boy's books of games and sports—an elegant,
volume ' $4 00
Abbott's histories, 50 volumes, pace per volume... 1 20
Abbott's little learner series-1.0 vol
Abbott's rainbow and lucky series-5 vol " ... 90
Cousin Alice's home series-8 vol " ... 125
Abbott's Florence stories-5 vol " ... 100
Santa Claus gift story book-6 vol " ... 100
Bo peep dory books-12 vol " ... 40
Little one's library-12 vol " ... 45
Youth's pictorial library-12 vol " ... 50
Walter's Tour in the East-4 vol each 100
Miniature Library-1;3 vos 40
Of Distinguished Americans. Price $1 50.
The Patriot Boy. The Farmer Boy.
The Farmer Boy. The Drummer Boy..
The Hero Boy. The Bobbin Boy,
The Pioneer Boy. The Fairy Boy.'
Fanny Fern's New Story Books—lllustrated.... 1 50
The Angel 'Unaware., by Mary Hewitt, " ' .... 125
The Life Boat--a tale of our coast he-
roes " .... 1 50
Youth's History of the Rebellion " .... 1 50
Fireside Philosophy of Common
Ciascoyne, The Sandal Wood Trader " .... 125
Dora Darlioe, The Daughter of the:
Regiment - .. " .... 1 50
The Water Babies, a fairy tale for a
' Land Baby ` " . 1.50
The Snow Image, a fairy tale by Haw. • -
Out of Prison 1 25
Hasson Abdallith, new fairy tales - ' 1 56
Watch and Wait, or the Young Fugitives 1 25
Frank's Campaign, or What a Boy can do. 1. 50
And a hundred others, new and beautiful, together.
with new editions of the old favorites
ilanfol lit MOTU% ' 41 , 5b1an151116
Robison Crum - sop's bees
Mayne Reed's Works .ko., &o.
FOR THE WEE-FOLKS.
A large assortment Toy Books, from 5 cents up to 50
Alphabet and Spelling Blocks. Durable.
GAMES, BALLS, /to., ;Ito.
cre7 a; pncq. SelsetMns may be made and the goods
retainKte be Sent horde ort - Christstaa svo.'.
decl7 No. 51 Market Street.
TUST ARRIVED I—A: Sne lot of ' CANNED
Er PEACHES and TOMATOES. Also, supERIOE
P.E APPLES, FRESH P.EAS, dce., Just reeeived by
mi.dty - • reStiq •Ttrin.•Bd etyprA. near 'Mann&
QIIGARS, SYRUPS, TEA — 00.00, — 0 - t
rtadea and prams, at
• SuPeet9o l l3M ) 9 o. C l i i rtTr l t l ; o .
PIT .11mOeno In Fine vipany eroceries.
4 1r, - 61Tri
A .A. S; A11. 7 * - 1!" :111"A
OPENING OF THE BRANCH TO EEIE.
F 01.113, TRAINS DAILY
• TOAND FROM
W ASH INGTON CITY
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittthug and the West.
YOUR TRAIN'S DAILY to and from the North and
West, Branch Susquehanna,Pennsylvania and Erie, Elmira,
and • all of- Northern New- York.
ON and : after MONDAY, NOV. 7th,' 1864,
the PaßlingOr. Triine of the 'Northern Central
Railway will arrive at and depart , from Harrisburg and
Baltimore Is follows, vie:
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) ..1.0.45 A. m
leaves Narriabarx . 1.30 P. Y.
" arrives at Baltimore 6.45 P. x
EXPREM TRAIN leaves SUIRIII4 daily (except
BundaY) — 11.46 P. IC.
" leave Harrisburg (except'
Replay} 2.50 A. X.
arrivee al Dahill= a daily
HAHRISitIIRG ACOANZb i tt i g eaves Her- ) 1°.3
1.45 a. N.
BANBURY . AO6OIIIIODATIOI - leaves Suu-
bury - daily (eacept Sun
day) at 7 BO a. it
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Sunbury daily, (except
PAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore 'daily (except
: loaves Harrisburg . .k.
1.45 P. 11.
.. . arrives at Sunbury 4.20 P. M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily .... .. 9.30 P. x.
arrives at Harrisburg-- , . . 1.60 A. a
' " leaves Harilebirg daily (ex.
°apt Monday) 2.30 A. M.
" arrives at Sunbury ..... .:. .. 5.12 A. M.
ERIE =PRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily
(except Sa urdays) at 7.30 P. M.
u leaves Harrisburg daily
(TO Sundays) at 1.2.36 A. IL
• 'RISS - URA MXITEIM eII OtfATI at BaI 126
thrum dally (except Sun
day).. . 3.00 P. x.
arrives at Harri5burg.........7.60 P. N.
SUNIIIIItY ACCOMWDATION•Ieaves Karla-
tdirg daily (43[08148w:04)
at, 4 10 ' P. N.
The 'Erle.Expreas and Philadelphia Express are through
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate paints.
Mall and Express trains run through to Elmira.
. for further tnrormitiou apply at the Office, in Pennsyl
vania Railroad Depot. - J. N. DuBARRY;
Harrisburg, Oct. 80, 1864.-dtf • • Gen. Supt.
Lebanon _Valley Branch
PHILADELPHIA & READING R. R.
Winter arrangement of Passsenger Trains
from Harrisburg, NOVEMBER' 7, 1864.
THREE DAILY TRAINS FOR NEW YORK.
No 1 EXPRESS at 3:00 a at, Arr. at N. York at t0:00 A at
No 8 FAST, at 8:10 DI, " 2:451'N
N 0 MAIL at 1:46 r az, " " 9;20 p
The above connect ,closely with similar trains on the
Pennsylvania Railroad from Pittsburg and the West.
FOR PDILADF4.I , IIrA AND .roTTaraix.
The 3;00 .A. in Express connects at Reading with the
Reading Accommodation Train, arriving at Philadelphia
at 9:25 AM. NO'l3 3 and 7 connect at Reading for Potts
ville, Tamaqua, Allentown, Philadelphia, &c., arriving at
the latter point at 1:20 and 7:05.e and at Pottsville at
1.2135 noon and 7:45 r
WAY TWAIAYOR LOOM, TRAVEL.
-, Number 6 Mail at 7:25 alc stopping, at all points, and
making wino contiectlans at Iteading as -number 3,.
Namber 9, Harrisburg, Accotrunodation,' at 4:40 P.m,
stopping at all polats; - arriving at Reading at 7:10 P
RETURNING TRAINS MATE-AS 'MUMS
New York—Number 2 FAST et 2:00 A. r 4; ammber. 4.
EXPRESS ntl: Q 0 e w, and lumber 0 MAlkat 12:00 at.
Philadelptda:--8:00 and - 8:211'10 m. •
PottevilleB:so A za and 2:35 P
Readlng—Number 4. EXPRESS 12:00 midnight• num- 1
ber 10 ACCOMMODATION 7:.35 A IV,' number MAIL'
10:0 Ax; number 2 FAST 1:38 x; number 6 MAIL
8:06 r x.
Passengers for Lebanon Valley Railroad ray Stations
will take trains number 5,9, 6,. and 10, as the other trains
stop.only at Lebanon and principal stations.
Baggage checked through.' For tickets or other in
apply to J. J. CLYDE,
no 4 General Agent, Harrisburg.
,Penosy v twin Rai -
WINTER. TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO, AND FROM
PHILIADEDELPRIA AND PITTSBIIRg;
MONDAY, October 81, 18E4,
THE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will depart from Harrrisburg, and
arrive at Philadelphia and Pittsburg as follows:
E W A D
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
at 2.46 A. a, and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.65 A. x.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisbultdatly (except Monday) at
8.00. a. a., and artistes at West Philadelphia at 12,40 P.
Passengers take breakfast`gargarrisburt
MA7.I. TRAIN IeaPenH 6 I II9O uXEJIPI. I 9 - ( exeeptSuridaYM)
at 1.30 P. and alliVel3 a:t West Puiladelphur at - 6.35 P.
PITTSBURG :ANA ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harrisburt
daily (except Sundays) at 11.55 P. a.,-and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 4.20 a. a.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Har
risburg daily (except Sundays) at 4.00 P. ti, and arrives
at West Philadelphia at 9.30 P. se This train has no
connection from the Wist.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Harris
burg-daily (except Sundays) at 7,A. M., and arrives at
Lancaster at - 9.15 a. re, connecting (except on Mondays)
With the Fast Lino east.
• - WESTWARD.
PITTSBIJRG . ANIE EXPRESS' leaves Hsrrisburg
daily (except Sund aes-at 12.85 rt., Altoona 6.59 A. - at,
take breakfast; and aeriVe at Pittsburg at 12.40p.,ar.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TlLUMleaves 'Harrisburg daily
(except Monday) at /25 A..ar. - • Altoona, MB take ;
breakfast, and'arrives at Pittsburg all4O r >t
THROUGH' EXPRESS _leaves -Harriaburg daily at 3.26
A. N. Altoona at 8.15 N., take breakfast and'arrives at
Pittsburg at .2.40 rat " ' , •
FAST LIXIC leans e garrisburg daily (except Sundays)
at 4.00 P. IL; Altoona at 9.10 P. la, take Mapper, and
arrives at PIRO:RIM at 9.00 A. M. •
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sundays)
at 1.40 Altoona at 7.55 P. rt., take supper, and ar-
rives at Pittsburg at 1.00 P. '
MOUNT ,iOTACCOMMODATIGH - wee tisane Lancaster
at 11.20 A. K, connecting thereyrith the Mailwest; leaves
Mount Joy at 11,81 A. ar "and -arrives at. Harrisburg at
1.00 P. at
VillE HARRISBURG AOOOIIMODATION TRAIN from
Pittsburg, which actives at Harrisburg at 680 r. u stops
there, passengers for East . of Harrisburg lay over until
11.66 r, st,
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Frum the 201st Regiment
CAMP SLOUGH, WET ALEXANDRIA, VA,
. December 14, 1864.
EDITOR TELEGRAPH—Dear was agree
ably surprised to receive the following note,
this morning, from an old friend and fellow
cratfsman, now in Alexandria prison, as clerk
of that institution:
Ai.xXANDRIA JAIL, Dec. 14, 1864.
"FRIEND A. H. B.:—You must not be sur
prised when your read the heading ofithis
note, and then look at the signature at the
bottom. Very strange things happen in times
of war. I was infermed, a few days since,
that you bad turned out to be a "bold sejer
boy," and belonged to the 201st Regiment
P. V. I, also, have - offered up.my life in the
cause of my countryland the dear old flag, *
•** • *
not a prisoner here,
but helping to run the machine—acting in the
capacity of "beavY clerk." * * * I should
Much like to see you—intended to call on
you on Sunday, but the weather was too se
vere, that I concluded to put it off till some
more pleasant day. There are a number of
my Harrisburg acquaintances in your regi
ment, lam told. Capt. Miles and Adjutant
Reisinger are old friends of mine, Do not fail
give me a call when you visit the city again.
You will find the ensile in which I am located,
on St. Asaph street. - Hoping to see you soon,
I am, as ever, yours typographically,
Wit!. C. b—y.
Co. "IS," let District Col. Vol. Infantry."
Our old friend 8— is well known in Har
risburg. He worked in the old Penna. TELE
GRAPH office, in the days of Fenn &
Sedgewick, State, printers, and afterwards
was one of the proprietors and pub
lishers of the Pennsylvania Republican,
YOrk, Pa. Latterly William worked on the
Washington morning papers, and now, like
many more knights of the :tick and rule, he
is standing up for the 'Star Spangled Ban
ner." It is our sincere wish that S—, in
common with friend Irwin, of the 202 d, and
many others of the honorable craft, may not
have their forms knocked into pie, but go
through every edition of the battles for our
glorious old Union without receiving a single
batter, or to be cast aside as dead matter-when,
the victory is won and the war settled.
There are two daily papers published here,
I believe—triffing affairs compared with our
Harrisburg dailies. One of them styled the
Virginia State Journal, published at 20 cents
a week to city, and $8 .per annum to mail sub
scribers. It is a miserably printed affair,
something like the old Harrisburg ay Item
used to be—advertisements; telegraphic news,
&c., all jtunbled.together promiscuously. I
have tried, on several occasions, to buy a copy
of the daily in question, and found, on five or
six - trials, that it was to be had- notch‘re! The
copy in my possession now I got from a coun
tryman who had some dry goods "done up"
in its folds.
;Some of our . friends from Gainesville and
idanasses inform us that Mosby has not been
operating around. that section latterly; but
that Kinchelo (not Kinsloe, as I formerly
wrote his name) had given orders for his com
pany of freebooters to disband, in consequence
of au order from the rebel War Depertment
at Richmond, requesting him to join
the 15th Virginia Cavalry, with his
command. Kinchelo's company was or
ganized as an independent one, and when
the order referred to came to hand, these
desperadoes refused to comply to it ; and
after Kinchelo hid himself twice applied to
the Richmond authorities for a revocation of
the order, the men took the matter in hand,
and immediately . disbanded. It would seem
that they preferred the reckless, daring life of
out-laws and guerrillas in preference to serv
ing under Lee ! They are said to be scattered
through Prince William and part of Fairfax
counties, in proximity to the Orange and Al
exandria railway—each ruffian retaining his
arms, and acting entirely independent of the
others, at all times prepared to commit acts
of murder, rapine and plunder ; or-in „cog
junction with others commit outrages of the
most desperate nature. A fellow by the name
of Purcell, an out-law - and cut-throat of the
lowest description, (an old associate with
these men, and formerly Sheriff of Prince
William county,) is endeavoring to re-organ
-ize them ; and it is highly probable that in a
short time-we may again have occasion to re
cord some of the rascality of these infernal
We were fortunate, indeed, dear TEL.EGRAPTA
to come away from Gainesville with a "whole
skin," as the saying goes. Our common en
emy, the bushwaeker, knew evaryhy-road and
cow-path, every pine thicket and hog- track ;
and as we' stood out there on duty, in the
long, silent hours of the night—so quiet that
we could distinctly hear the dropping of an
acorn, or the rustling Of dry leaves falling
cloSe by—or listened to the sounds of the
barking fox, and mournful hoot-to-hoot-ing
of the mammoth white and grey owls, scarce
ly twenty yards distant, the wily and sneak
"goril" might have sent the deadly slug into
. our skulls, or through our poor bodies, time,
and again, without any danger to theinselves.
Yes, sir, on more than one occasion could
they have "put out our lights," with impu
nity, or captured •whole posts at a time. The
strong arm [of Almighty, God was, indeed,
stretched out over our unworthy heals, and
protected us in many instances. A sense of
our danger never occurred to us —for a thought
of home and loved ones, and all that we held
dear in Pennsylvania.was uppermost andfore
most in our minds; and danger from Kinchelo
or Mosby was never dreamed of. Yet some
of our country friends have since informed us
that they had made up their minds to pay us
a visit on more than one occasion, only for a
dread they had of the cavalry around us--the
Illinoisans and New. Amters. The boys of
sines and all ages.were amusing themselves
sliding down the steep hill in the rear of our
camp during the whole of yesterday afternoon.
It was laughable to see the • soldiers seated on
small sleds—or two or three on a pine board,l
tearing down the hill likelightening, enjoying
themselves to some-purpose. - They all seefued
children• for the thn, au4 fenjoyed thesport
ads Witmer, the engineer,:acb) :was so
badly wounded when the guereias run the
train down a bank at White/Ileitis , killing
three or four of his confradm, is recovering
from his injuries, - slowly( ;tie lays here, near
the Alexandria Deno. lAA not know at the
tirqS th e meg wire Injured, when I gave
.statemen,t ) of the facts, that sq L eng
the number Ffi,lie4 was Charles C. Brooks,
r l r iqb . ftge master on the Nortirn
Centralway. Be' waS employed in fae
'9oPaoit'r of fireman,' I believe, and we gall
MAI PRIM ISTABUSEM
ADVERTISING RATES-D*lM , TgLEGRAPH.
The following are the rates for advertising In the TZL•i-
GRAPH Those hiving advertising to do will find it eon -
venieot for reference: ..
sir Yon t lines' ,- .r tore: eunttutote ono-tole square.
Eight i.nea, or more Ulan four, constitute a EqUare
VOR A HALF -IQUARK. FOR OCR 13Q0A1R
One day...... . .$ 20 (hue :lay... ..... .. , .$.. 00
fwo days.... ..... .. 60 TA o days....: . 100
Three day F..... ..... 75 Three days 125
One week . 125 One week......... 225
One month - . 300 One month 600
Two months. 4.50 Two - months - - 909
Three m0nth5....... 5 50 Three months-- .. 11 00
Six months 8 910 Six months - 15 00
One year.-- ..... 16 00 One year 25 00'
.administration Notices 2 75
Funeral Notices, each insertion
sir Business notices inserted
in the Local COLUMNor
before. Marriages and Deaths, X.IGHT emirs rot Lava for
him but once running by our post, at Gaines
ville, a few days previous to the accident, or
rather catastrophe, caused by the rebels un
A young friend writing M'Connellsburg,Ful
ton county—a member of Company F, Capt.
Maloney, writes as follows:
"Philip Miller, a stout Dutchman, deserted
from this company, knapsack and all, night
before last. Won't he have a happy time of
it when we catch him."
"On the 2d. of this month, the Provost
Marshal took us out to arrest some men
who failed to report after being drafted. We
found seven of them at a shooting-match. all
armed with rifles. They shot four times at
the Provost Marshal, and missed each time.
We returned the fire—chased them—driving
them over two hills, the skedaddlers occasion
ally turning round and returning 's shot at
random. We killed one,
and wounded two
of the rogues-the-rest, being fainiliar with
the neighborhood, fled to the mountains.--
"Nobody hurt" on our side—yet a rifle shot
from a garret-window came near hitting me—
where Paddy did the drum— on the head. -I
turned around, and quickly sent a shot into
the window, and that settled that part of .the
programme—he will shoot no more at me-:
"or any other man." We taught them what
the Yankee sons of b— could do, (for they
called us such when they saw as approach.)
"There are five more to take who swore that
they will not be taken alive. We mist cap
ture these, dead or alive—for such are our or
ders—and we will most assuredly carry them
out—of the result I will inform you in time.
Truly. yours, W. EL C."
The following arrests, for tampering with
tangle-foot, have come to our knowledge:—
Margaret Wagner, on charge of selling liquor,
was sent to the slave pen for 20 days.
Johanna Richardson, for same offence, was
fined $lOO, and ordered to leave the city.
Daniel Benson, same offence, was fined $25.
Mary Doman, for giving, away whisky, was
sent to the slave-pen for twenty days.
James Brennan, for smuggling liquor, had
his entire stock confiscated, and was fined
William Cook, fined for same offence, had
his stock confiscated, and was warned to let
old Capt. W. alone in the future.
E. J. Owens—for selling tamarack, was
George Brown, on a charge of theft, was
sent to the slave-pen, and ordered to have one
shower-bath per day.
The foregoing cases were all tried before
Capt. Gwinn, Provost Ridge, within: the last
two . days. More' anon. A. H. B.
XXXVIIIth Congress—Second Session.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19.
Mr. Clark, the President, pro tern., occupied
Mr. Hale (N. H.) appeared in his seat.
Mr. Ten Eyck presented a petition from
citizens who had U. S. certificates, asking for
indemnity. Referred to the Committee on
Mr. Sumner (Mass.) presented a petition
from Henry Ward Beecher and three thou
sand citizens of New York, praying for the
abolishment of slavery. Referred to the Com
mittee on Slavery..
Mr. Wilson (Mass.) presented a petition
from the officers of colored troops asking. for
an increase of pay. Referred to the Commit
tee on Military Affairs.
HOUSE OF -REPRESENTA.TIYES.
Mr. Davis (Md.) offered the resolutions re
ported by him on Thursday, and which. the
House then tabled, declaring that Congress
has-a constitutional right to au authoritative
voice in declaring and prescribing the foreign
policy of the United States, and that itis-the
duty of the Executive Department to respect
that voice, itc.
Mr. Farnsworth (Ill.) moved to lay the reso
lution on the table. Disagreed to—yeas 49,
nays 73. . ,
Successful Launch of an Iron
PITTSBURG, Dec. ID.
The iron-clad gunboat ItitinastuikWagUitb
cessfrilly launched this morning, from the
ship yard of Mason Br. Snowdon, of South
Pittsburg. Over 1000 spectators Witnessed
The Manayunk-ia to receive her outfit at
Niro, and will leave for that port in a al►ort
She will draw about 12 feet of water
Owing to the sudden breaking up of the ice
considerable damage has been done to pro
perty along the river, and several canal boats
have been lost,
Rebel Generals En Route for
BOSTON, Dec. 19.
The rebel Generals S. Marruadulre, Caliel
and Gordon passed.through Boston yesterday,
on their way to f'ort warren. -
Markets by Telegr_aph - .
PECI:LADELYRIA, Dee. 19
The movements in breadstuffs to-day have
been brought to a stand still by the decline
of 9 per cent. in gold, and inclement condi
tion of the weather. Cloverseed commands
$l4 50' and`-is wanted. One hundred bush
flaxseed sold at $3 85. There is no shipping
demand for flour, and sales are only in a small
way at $9 75010 25 for superfine, sll@,ll 25
for extra, 'sll 50®12 25 tor extra family.—
Bye flour is firm at *9g9 25. In corn meal
nothing doing. Wheat is inactive; in the ab
sence of sales we quote red at $2 6002 67
and white at $2_70 % 42 95. Small sales of rye
at $1 75. Corn'is dull at $1 88 for old yel
low, $1 65 for new, $1 80 for old and new
mixed. Oats are steady at 92c. In groceries
and provisions no change, 'Whisky is unset
tled; and high; sales 100 bids at $2 05;ncivr
held at $2lO.
NEW YoicK, Dec. 19.,
Vlour has a declining tendency; sales . of
4,500 barrels at a decline of 20 'cents; $9 50
09 05 for State, $lO 85@11 for Ohio, $lO 56
(6_6,13 70 for Scipthern. Wheat is very dull and
nominally 2 cents lower. Corn nominal.
Beef dull at 19@ i 22 far new. prime. .Mess
pork lower; .010. mess $37 70®38. Lard
heavy at 21@2446." Whisky dull; $2 per gal
ion offered, while, $2 05 is asked.
ETRA WHITE WHEAT E.T.OTHH: - 'TM
laded Whiti'Wheat Family Flour. Rid "ackiE7
and for sale at SEMLER Si PRAT"'
iYg &iceman to W. Dank, Jr.. & CO
ViallT JARS, of the latest Patent (Uric-
MN Ted Monk) jut received and for Bale low at