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BY 4;'IEOR GE 11 ER 0-N Eli,
OFFICE THIRD Sr NktitE WALZCV
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pay in ad %%incr. wid biz. charged $7 00.
Tun Tut.eou.Allits also published weekly,and is furnishel
bah:err:l3os at the following cash rates:
Stogie copies, weekly ..$2 00
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D ICA L.
IMILNIM 0 R
tio discovered Lite most curtain, Eipc;:tiy
LA. and etiOctital remedies in the world tor
DiB , I4IASES OF MPRUD.FNUB
KELITIir iN Si 'TO TN MOVE WALK?,
NO KEHOUHY OH N9XIOUS I.IHOOsi
Vure Warranted, or No Charge, in from 1:,1.
t.J . .i)::0 1)(11j4
Weakness of the Back, Affections of thill - Kid.a.eys And
Bladder Involuntary Discharges, Impotency General De.
bility, 'Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity
Tremblinge, - Dimness of Sight or Giddinms, Disease of the
Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, Affections of the Liver
Lunge, Stomach or Bowele—those terrible disorders
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those Secret
and solitary practices - more fatal to their vistims than the
song of Symms to the Mariners of !Mystics, blighting their
Most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
Especially, who have become the VIOLS= of Solitary Vice,
that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps
to.an untimely grave thousands of Young .Men_ of the
most exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who might
otherivise have entranced listening Senates with the thun
ders of eloquence or waked to ectasy the living lyre, may
call with full confidence.
afarriith persons, or Young Xon codtemplatang marriage,
being aware of physical weakness, organla debility; defer•
&0., speedily cured.
Re who Macon himself under the care of Dr. J. may re
Mr.cusly confide in his honor as a gentleman, end cons
&l rutty rely upon his skill. AN a Physician.
rair.odiately cured, and full vigor restored.
This distressing infection—which renders life miserable
and marriage impossible—is the penalty paid by the .vic
tims of improper indulgence. Young persons are too apt
to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful
consequences that may ensue.. Now, who that under
stands tl a subject will pretend to deny that the power of
procreation is lost sooner by those falling into improper
habits than by the prudent. Besides being deprived the
pleasures of healthy offspring, the most serious and de
structive symptoms to both body and mind arise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and mental
functions weakened ? loss of procreative power, nervous
Irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion,
eonttitutionni debility, a wasting of the frame, cough, eon
samption decay and deth.
Orrcom No. 7, Sorra FRXDX.R4OX Surma,
Lent hand aide going from Baltimore street, a tow doors
from the corner. Fail not to observe name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a !tamp. The Doctor'.
fliplomas hang in hie °Dice.
sambor of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, grad.
nab from One of the most eminent celleges in the United
States, and the greater part Of whose been spent
In the hospitals 'of .London, Paris, PhiladolPhis and oleo,
where, has effected some of the most astonishing cures
Wit were ever known ; many troubled with ringing ha the
head and ears whoa asleep great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended eameihnea with derangement of min
were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
These are sons of the sad and melancholy affects pro
diced by 'early habits of youth, via : weakness of the back
and limbo, pain it the head, dimness of eight, loge of
ingscular power, palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia ; am.
VOUS Irritability, symptoms of oonsuniption, fee.
Xiiefil,LY. —The fearful effects on the mind are much
to be dreaded—loss of oaemory, a:reunion of ideas, de
. premien of spirits:, evil forebodings, aversion to loalety ,
self distrust, love of Solitude, timi dity, ant, are -seind of
the aella produced.
Who have itintreit themsefrus by a certain practice in
dulged in . when alone, a habit frequently learned from
evil ounirtahinna, or at school, the Weds of which ere
oightly,folt, arab when asleep, and if not cured: rend'ers
marriage modra Bible, and destroys both miod and body,
Wbutta mom, the hopoof his Los day,
the darling: of his pareika, should ho snatched from.all
proapi , cts and enjoymOnts of life, by tho consequence of
deviating from the , path ,of naturwerni indulging in a
certain 'learnt habit, Such portions wow, before contem
&gee t that a sound Mind End body mettle most n'illAsary
'requialtes to pronioteconnutilalhappinese; Indeed, with
, out these, the journey through life becemwr a weary pit..
grimage ; the prospect hourly darlr.cus to the view ;
mind becomes shadowed with despair and in led with the
melancholy reflootir.n that tbc hallpiners df *iamb b,
comes blighted with fair own,
DISEASE OF MIESITOENOE.
When the misgu ided and imprudent votary of pleasure
dads he hes imbed the seeds of This painful (Itemise, 3
too often happens that an (Mimed muse of shame or!tho
&and of discovery deters him from applying to those who
frima education and respectability, can elope befriend him:
Re falls kilo , the hands of ignorant and designing pretend
etc, .who , inmpable - of boxing, ma. hip: pecuniary _ Bub-
Stanek. keep Minlrliting moul d aftermonth, or al long es
the smallest fee can be obtained, , and in despair leave him
With rained health to sigh ever hie galling disappointment,
Or, by .the use of the deadly poison, Mercury, hasten :the
Oonstitutionaltracom sof this terriblectis' eaoe,such cetera&
dons of the -hroat, Nose, Skin, eta, promoting
with frightful rip dity till death puts a period tibia
dreadful sufferinp by sending him to that endive°, a
country from whence no traveler returns.
INDOESMWM OF TIEEFi PREBB
The many thousands cured at this Institution year, after
year;ind the numerous important surgical: operations
performeilby Dr. Johnson, witneesed by the rtiperters of.
the Hun, Cfbigss, r and many other papacy, notices of which
hare appeared again and, again before the public, besides
Nislpliong a gentleman of character and reaporad.
Illi ' maldent guarantee to ths Mated.
SKIN Dr3EASES SPEMALY CURSD
' • 011laiit NO. Sarah: Wredisrislc Strimt
Diaries ! Diaries
AtLARGE assortment of Diaries and Daily
Journals for the 3;erir . 18 6 5, fur, sale at Schefer's
ato* 21 South Secorid:striet; Harriatturg, Pa.
. . .
AUnanacal. ..Almanacs !
13 A. "Et
English and German 1 4 aricaster
for the year
e 3 6 5 .
__For able, by -the growl, Dozen, or elngle, it:SO:Leer's
gookstore, 21 South Second street, Harrbsburg, f'24- • 6020
A. FEW MORE COPIES of the
RULES FOR REGULATING THE PRACTICE IN TSB
-4 ; pIPREME COURT AND COURTS OP THE
rivEurrs JUDICIAL DISTRICT OP.
Composed of Dauphin and Lebanon counties. Price
-$5 60. For sale at Scheirer% Bookstore, Hanisburi., P..
• FAS, Arm and Parlor Chairs„Ainible
4140:able?, Loaages and - 7
-Irogreat variety at •,
lAMBS R. BOYDICSON:
Now Workroom 29.Arntkpocomiqt
• 11111Ratik:UAD.---Fifty firktrift fine luftle
. rendered 1. 4 D, for sale by the firkin or pos i dt i aost
waived at EOM UOYZR &
• . $
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BY GEORGE BERGNER
COMPOUNDED FROM ROOTS, BARKS, AND LEAVES.
An unfailing cure, for ffpernustorr Asa, Seminal Weak
ness, Nocturnal /remissions, and ail disaster 'aditeust by :eV
pollution; such as LOSS of Memory , . Universal Lassitude,
Pains in the Back, Ditrif KU of Vi sion, ffemcdure Old ilyr,
Weak Nerves, Difficulty, of Dreathiny,-Trembiing, Wakeful
seas, eruptions on the Pace, Pale Countenance, Insanity,
Consumption, and all the Direful complaints caused by de-
Paling-front the path eaf nature.
japoThis medicine's a eietableer‘ract; and one
on which all can rein as it has been Used in our pradtice
for many years, and: with thousands treated, it had not
failed in a single instance. " chrative powenshavo been'
sufficient to gain victory over the most arab* cane.,
Ail - To those who have trifled with their oonstftution,
until they think themselves beyond e reach Of thMedical.
aid, we would say, Despair not -I amps:anoxia Cirna will'
restore yen to health and vigor, and after all quack doe
tors have failedl.
Price, $2 per bottle, or three hottles* for $5, Mid for
warded by Express to all parts of the, world.
Pamphlet sent Ji mall free of .postage by
• DR. W. R. MERWIIQ & CO.,
' - Sole Proprietors,•
nols-deod4m • No. 88 Liberty street, New- York.
.(11 LAD NEWS for the UNFORTUNATE.
THE LONG SOUGHT FOR DLSCOVERED.AT LAST.
Cures in from one to three days.
Compounded from Roots, Barks and Leaves.
CHBOKRER REMEDY, the great Indian Diuretic,
cures all diseases of fheurinary organs, sees as Inconti
nence of the Urine, Inflammation of the ttladder, Inflam
mation of the Kidr..em Rtone in the Madder, Btrieture
Greed, Cleat, Gonnorhea,' and is especially recommended
in those cases of Fluor a /bus (or Whites in females) cohere
al/ the oldnauseous medicine& fame fated . •
xi,- It is prepared In a highly concentrated
dose only being from one to two teahgeonfuls throe, times
per day. . .
.4%-• it is 'diuretic and alterative its action; purifying
ono cleansing tlio blood, causing, it to itOW ail 'Ptlts
original purity end vigor; thus removing from thasyst m
all peruitiloas causes which have induced disease. •,,:
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or iselat
ant to. thoCUROREE REMEDY and shobld be used An
conjunction with.ttilit medicine in all cases of tiormrrhea;
Oleet, Fluor or Whites. Its effects .are healing,
soothing and 7ernuicene ; removing all scalding, befit,
chordee and pain, instead of the inizedng and almost un
endurable pain that is eltperiended with - nearly . all the
cheap quack Infittions.
Sfir By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and
CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medidnes-at the same
improper discharges are removed, and the weak
ened organs are speedily restored to full vigor and
Prick, CHEROKEE REMEDY, $2 per bottle, or
threelottles fbr $5..
im.Price CHEROKEE INJECTION, $2 per bottle,ior
three bottlee for sb.
Sant by Express to any address on rocelpt of price.
THE CHEROKEE. REMEDY, CHEROKEE INJECTION
AND CHEROKEES CURE, are sold by all enterprising
Druggists. in the civilized' world. Some unprincipled
dealets, however, try to sell worthless compounds In the
place of these ; those which they can purchase at a chisp
price, and make more money by selling, - than they can on
these medicines. As you -value your health, aye, the
health, of your future.offspring, "do not ,be deceived by
such unprincipled druggistsi ask for these medicines and
take no others, If the sionista will not, buy
you, inelose.the MOney WA, letter, and we Witt send them
to. youby. express, securely sealed and paaked from
Lathes or.gentlemeaLcan address, es in. perfect, cons
thmesoktaaieg.fully and plainly their: diseases And- synen
toms, salvo treat 1 0 1 1gifeW... - of. kobronic nature 6 -mob.
or female.. Fattente nee4 not : bositato because .th Weir
inability to visit us, es we have lcepled, patients success
fully in all purlieus of the civiiined • glow, by correspond-
Pattents addressing us Neal please state plainly all the
symptoms of - their. complaints, and write, Postoillte,
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 to the propiletors,
flit.. R. AiEßw,itra: CO.
nols aced dm No, 33 Wert.) , street, NCW York,
TILE LONG LOOKED , FOR - HAS COME!
"HXALTH AND.HAPPINITAI TO THR 80N8 AND bAITGIITMIA" or.
SYRUP - OF ROOTS
DARKS - AND HERDic,
"VORthekoure of Coughs, Colds,f6ore Tiro
Bronchitis,. &fibres,: and'altsimllar Mire ,
The Ojai of this Medicine is to soothe and easejlae
cough ; to diesolye the ,clifigealed phlegm that adheres
and sticks to the throat, which excites hacking, hawking,
and doughing ; to relieve the irritation in the titrilet,
which Is produced py catching Cold on the slightest ex
posure. -It expectorates the diseased attitterthathas as
cumulated in the Lungs which retards:tend oppresses ithe.
respiratory or breathing organs, heals and tourialies the
lungs and bronchial tubes ; • t
This medicine gives tone to the stomach, itpuriflei and
circulates-ttie bierni, which causes Oppression of the
chest and difiElcUlty in breathing. .
Good New for ;lathers and childreiti---Here is the
sufferer's balm k keep it in your family, sickness comes
as thief in the night, and your child is suffocated by the
awful dMease, Oroup, or similar complaints. Here is a
preventative—it is natnries friend.
these Medicines are prepared and sold by
. HAHUaI., COLLIN.%
Maa, - Mear the minter of Third street and
Strawberry alley.. t
Also, for sale at:the Drug Store of ,
. . J. IL BOILGAHONHN.
Corner of Fourth and . Market streets, Harrisburg,.
All orders should: be 'addressed. to .ISt. S. COLLINS,
Harrisburg. , . . . .
These Medicines are purely Vegetable. . n017.'
TO s FEE - 0: its
A GENTLEMAN', cArell Nervotid
.4ol.. iiliiy, IncomPetency, Premature Decay, and TOath
tut Error, actuated by a desire to benefit others, wilt be
happy to furnish to ell who need it, (free of charge,) the
receipe and directions for making the simple remedy used
in his case. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertitiees
bad experience, and possess a sure and valuable, remedy,
can do so by addressing him at once at his place of latal.
nobs. The Recipe and full information—of vital imPor
to cheerfully sent by return mail,
• Address • JOHN B. OGDEN
No. 6D Naasau street, New Irerk.
P. R.—Norio:is sufferers of belts Semis will find this
information inValeable. ' n029-daism
CREESE—Choice new crop Cheese, just
reoelvegl at SHISLER 4 FRAZER,
IA a 7 stowoomo to W _nowt: V.>
. * Co
VALENTIA RAISINS, a new invoice, at
nol RSIRLF.R ac MAZER%
-A.lmonclgi; Opis' fritaki,
Pllberta aril Walnuti3,.ae
decl24tf JOHN WLSET.
NE.W GAME_FOR OHILDREN.' .
:CIAME OF 80/iITA.IERELtogetheT with an
hatmtmeht ot other Games, at Schaffer's Bfohsthre,
23:South Second street., Harristaut .3%. • octl
TRA FAMILY. FLOUR and. Iti
a *4 always on bind, of Ole 1304 IBLlility,
BOYER - dc KoravEß.
/11011ATO KETSITP, by the gallon), quart or
1... pint, Just _rawly ed a 6 MM. CQ,"
(Houser and 140 : 41 . pan t a Old StIVIL4 liptsreL)
dealt dea „ - - •
114 Buhl `.ED,:. gooadotof Appian:and Po !
YIP tatlea,st .1-ullN
u ecl2:dd _ qkNa4l,
frEELARGES . tasiti best Seleaiitizi,
J. es In the caw s -to be bad at , a
oeda , 4413W11A-TRAMn"
piklitTEDTßUlTs.—Peaches, Ithiek • es,
Toniatoeu, &cLoSse., at fdecl2-dtf] JOHN WD6JO2.
THF AND FOREVER."
NO. 13 AHEAD!!
ERRB. . MAY
NO. 13 MARKET STREET
flag just cipeeed her new FALL STOCK of
ti v ia
BONNETS, LADIES' AND
PEA TIERRA! AND FLOWERS.
THE LATEST STYLES
And a fine assortment of
WOOLEN HOODS, REBUS, dtc.
T E NFAII INGE
Constantly on hand, besides everythinirninsally found ' In
the largest furnishing establishments imthe country.
....GAMES! - .GAMES! GAMES!
Pictorial Game of Characters
Pet of the Cradle. ' • ' •
New Genie of Quotations.
Fireside Spotlit:lg Game.
- Japan Puzzles. -
iiirs. Jollybo*'s Pic.rde. - -
010 Maid and Old Bachelor: •
New Game or Matrimony.
New Game of Forteit.
New Game of Spirit" Rapper.
Nutg to Bract or r 4 Puzzles.
Genie of Nip, - . Sledge, Muck and Frizzle.
' ',Sparkles ot lr It front thf.Breln. '
Pan of lifoinua. • •
"Quartette Game or English Poets. •
Sultan 'Vizier Or Scherzerade.
Quartette Germs of American Poets,
Dejected Picture Puzzles. • -
Fortune Telling Cards.
Fox and Geese,
For sale at Schaffer's Bookstore, 21 South 2nd street,
HarKbAtOrg, - • no2l.
TOYS, TOYS, TOYS,
. .. ;; I F .11 R TX g ; x. o r..i Ilt-lk Y 15, - •
A large and aneaSsortment, conNsting of
China tea sets, &O ' ' WoOden tea sets,
China, baskete, - , :. :Crying dolls, '
Vases,. ,„ Boxes of game
Tin trumPets, • , Paint hoasts -
'Rola, , Tool c,heata,
Moving boys, Dressed dolls,. '
Wooly sheep, . Doll heads'
Watches, ' • Guns and swords,
Stables, • • • .: . Furniture,
Menageries, - Animals on whiels
Grace hoops, -, Kitchen utensils;
tDrhinnunti,..i . Cavalry, .^:
Harlequins, ' Railway,
Magic, lanterns, • ' rbultry yards,
'Sheep folds, : , Ten-pina,
Ilex:toys ' ' Noah ark, •
.Ito,' • Arc., , Itre. , , atc ,
Also, a large and [the assortment of' sugar toys, trench
and common candies , '
Also, alWays Can hand 'such as foreign and dorneslic fruit
in &neon, eh-kinds of mute , dried'fruits, cakes and crack:. ers,..l4s . , spices and coffee, jellies and canned fruits, res
ent', arrant.% citrons, prunes, &e . , wholesale and retail at,
the 'Stbre of - JOHN WISE, ;
nolo .. . . Third and Walnut.
GEO: W. IicCALLA 3
Na 38 Market Stred, Opposite the Jorteif House,
.IUfAS just *give& a large tisOrtpaent of
IWT:Vial;:gtnrear ida r "Ivmuti4 and
' 13e eat your present
while the assortment is cat dee64llm
• Pine Apple,
. per sale at. : Etlecildtti . JOAN
.Hat Balls, '• -
Alphabet Balls, ,
; • , Fancy Rlbbstißalls,
A full assortment it BERGNER'S Bbollstbre.
H • C • 0 4 H
feadier of the, Piino, Melodeon,
AND "SINGING. t .
No. 16, Mao grim; BMW MARKS?.
BIIOIIWHEAT FLOUR. •
TONS ISI3OKWIEEA'I' 1 7 1,0178, of. 1' Empe.
rlef quality, Justleceivid Croke. Ma . Wyoudn Valley
and for lade in any quantity at.
nol4 SILIBLER Vradz : 'E; '
MIXTRA WHITE WEIF.A.T FLO
.1/ 'looted White Whelk rey•ltiour*, Jed ivf,
and for tale at WISLSR At ,
it* Successors to W. Dock. Jr., co
HAVANA OliaCrES.— Fine Raven Oi•••
angel Just Teceaved. at , -siILSIAII
ewe aneecalSOra to wm.Ds . mk., Jr., Co.
Til* OASES BFICED ,GYSTERS
:..tetiiid at BLEB,FRAZ
Jeo29 Successors to W. Dock, Jr. •
TU O T bEIVEI: 1 ; a fine lot of Pie and
OP° 4 461 . 9 : 44r i . 1 t";(4
1011.0iLLESFAkialli.drall ' - ` ,l
By the barrel, hal berrebarrel,jar or
YER KO ittCary* Sa
A Grand Exhibition
KUNKEL & BRO'S
Drug and Fancy Store,
• NO. 118 MARKET BTKEF.T
THE following are some of the articles to
be obtained, appropriate to the season.:
Bohetniatt Glass Vases. Flower Stands.
- " Toilet Bottles. • Watch Stands.
Cigar Stands. Match Stands.
Cigar Ash Stands. Reading and Book Stands.
FANCY GOODS. ,
Fancy Fans. Roney Riding Whips
Card. Cases, pearl' and Cues.
— leather: ' ' Cat Glass Colognes.
Ivory Tablets •
Dressing Cases: Shaving Cases.
Ladies' Comps])lons '.. Ladies' Satchels.
Cabs Satchels. Porta°lios.
Cigar Cases. Match 'Canes.
'Portertionnalen. ladies' Purses.
_ . TOILET ARTICLES.
Powder Puff Bolos. Hand Mirrors.
Sachets. Burnett's Toilet setts
Witting Cases. Sewing Cases.
Cavalry Cases. Folios.
Leather sod Wicker Pocket Mirrors
Fluke Money Balta,
Leather, Metal and Gum
Wooden Puzzles.' Fancy Bolles.
Ifeen3channt Pipes. • Wurk Boxes.
Brier 14i:es.. Box of Cigars.
Pocket Knives. Leather aad Gum Balls
Fine Razors. Fine nominee&
Varies for 'lBB5. Thermometer&
Also.", great tariety•of Ulm, Ware, all of which can be
had at KUNKEL & DRO'B DRUG STORE,
dec7ty No. 118 NAIig.TW ATRNET,.l3AllreeBtre6.
The undersigned, having lately purchased
property, 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 LISTS.
OFFICE:AZ=I BOARD OF ENROLLMENT,
14th Ingmar, BENl:mm.ora,
B.A/MDSBURG, Nov 23,1864.
rpilE BOARD OF ENROLLMENT will, iv
A. ALL vricra, receive and attend to applications for the
correction of the enrollment lista. ALLY per&on, Pr ray
tr-eu...-xmorar p "balm itogotos any
name Am - nen - Off the ha if he etui,e,how, the satiellic
lion of the Board, that * the person named is not properly
enrolled, on account of --: -
3d. Over age. •
4th. , Permanent physical disability.
'6th. -Having eervedinthe mffitiiry or naval service of
the United two years during the present war, and
been heel:wady discharged. . • •
Civil officers, clergymen, and all the citizens
are invited to appear, 'at all 'ttm,s,,before the Board to
point out errors in the lists, end to give such information
in their possession as may aid in the correction and re
ni I:MAMMY DEPARVMENT.
Orrrog or COXPTROLLER OP ritir denitEVOlf, : -
WAimuserox, Nov. 21, 1864.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the
undersigned,. it has been made' appear that the
pIARJELLSBURG NATIONAL.BANS, in the City of Her:
rlthurg, in the Coanty Daophtn, and State of Penn
sylvania; has been duly organized under and according
to the requirements of the act of Congress, entitled !‘An
Apt to provide a National Currency; ECOIITC'd by , a pledge
of Mittel. Stetthtlioride, and'to ProVide for thaelrenlatibn
and . rederaption-iheredf, SPProvdd Jane S, 18.64, and has
complied :with 'ell,the provision% of , said act required to
herromplied with be'ore commencing the husinoss of bank-.
iniknruler said net:
Now, therefore, I, SAMUEL T. .'HOWARD- Deputy,
Comptroller of. the Currency, do hereby - certify that the
Harrisburg National Bank,ip. the City of Harrisburg, in the
county of Dauphin, and'State of Pennsylvania, is author
laed to the business of banking under the ant
- testimony wilder); witness my band and seal .of
office this twenty-first day of November 1884.
• ; SAMUEL 'l'. HOWARC, ,
Omar...) Deputy Comptroller of the Currency.
STEAM WEEKLY TO LIVERPOOL, tonoh-
L 7 tpg at.QUEENSTOWN (Conn ,HAnson.) • The well
known illeatherli 'Or thelAirerficopt, New York and • Phila.
delpfda Stiamablp Company, (Zupan Line), carrying' the .
11. S. Malls ; are intended tO NIB as follows
.. .. Saturday, Degenibpr
BALTIMORE... " " at.
and every. succeeding Baturdny,, at noon; from Fier 44,
`..-,' Payable in' Golderitt Equivalent in Currency.
!UST CABIN, $BO 00 ATICER.4OS, ' : • $BO 00
do to tondos, 85 00 -
.do " 63. Ldudon,' 84.00
do to. Paris, ' ' 95 00 ' ' do . to Paris; ' 40 00
do to Ramburr, 90 00 do . terHaniburg, 87 00
poneongentalso forwarded _fit Hone, Br. men, BOtter .
dam, Antwerp, &0.,.at equally low rates.
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All officers and detachments absent from
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via New York. • •
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Gen. Shermanls Grand March
The Commercial publishes a letter
ton Head, giving details of Sherman's march.
It was in the main uneventful so far ai fight
ing was concerned, hardly' anything in that
way having occurred between'Atlanta and Sa
vannah. It was not known to the army or to
General Kilpatrick himself.that he hal been
whipped, or 'that he bad lost his hat In ,the
skinmshes on the march no general officer
was injured and all , the loasesirom straggling
and otherwise will not reach one thousand.
The army moved in four columns. How
ard on the right and Slocum on the left with
the cavalry in front and rear. In this man
ner it covered rt strip of country nearly sixty
miles in width for three hundred miles.
Sherman has cut through Georgia, a swath
of Sixty miles, and has completely destroyed
the great railroad qUadrilateral of which the
Atlanta,. Macon, Augusta .and Savannshiare
the four corners. The railroad leading "Bast
from Atlanta to Augusta is destroyed for, ever
seventy miles, including the bridges over the
Yellow and the contiguous river. The rail
road running south from Atlanta to Macon is
destroyed for 80 miles. The railroad running
east from Macon to Savannah is destroyed for
a distance estimated at from ninety to 'one
hundred miles. The railroad running be
tween Augusta andlSavannah is destroyed
from Waynesboro to Savannah for a distance
of over eighty miles.
The wholesale work of destruction was
carried on leisurely and with an eye to:com
pleteness. Every rail was bested and bent;
every.tie, bridge, water station, tank, vivid
shed and depot building was burned andtvery
culvert blown up. - - •
For miles on the Ma - c.on-aud Savannah: and
vogranta. e,..a savannah roads the track is par
ried over marshy territory by extensive trestle
work. - This-is all burned, and'it will beVery
difficult to replace.
In all, Sherman has completely destroyed
nearly four hundred miles, of railroad .trs.ok.
Sherman reached Ossahaw Soind vith — Six
thousand negroes, two thousand rebel pitton
emandabundantrsupplies of cattle; horses
He released no Federal prisoners of Millen.
They were hurried off to Columbia, S. C. A
few confined in the Penitentiary, at Milledge
ville, were released by our scouts, to whbm
the city was surrendered two days in advance
of the approach of the main army.
'No doubt is entertained of the capture of
Savannah, but flliennten-never intended more
than-a demonstration against Macon-and ,Au
usta to deceive the enemy, and in, this he
was perfectly successful.
XXXVIIIth Congress—Secon4 SesSion.
TASILELCOTON, Dec. 21
Mr. Collamer presented a memorial of Har
per & Bro.'s, and other publishers, praying
the modification of laws relative to carrying
periodicals in the mails. 2 - •
Mr.'. Sherman• reported from .the ='Finance
Committee the consular..approprlation .bill;
also House bill taxing whisky, upon the lat
ter of which he asked immediate action.
Mr. Sherman said that the bill proposed to
'anticipate - the additiiinal -tax, &Mang-it's-op
eration commence January first instea4oaeb
rattly first. It was objected that &Leh change
of legislation indicated instability in Congress.
It Was in effect to•day a judgment upon man
ufacturers, interfering seriously with the 'to:L
iar arrangements; on the other bandit was
asserted that the manufacture would, be' in
'creased during 3snuary, if this bill should
not pass, an immense quantity made, =Upon
which only , one dollar would be paid.
Mr. Mcpougall (Cal.) objected thatit would
interfere with contracts. "
Kr. rartsie'll asserted that the neglect tO" tax
whisky had already deprived the connfiy of
money enough to pay up the army-to , date.
13.0115 E OF REPRESENTATivI 3.--
Mr. Worthington, member of Congress from
the new State of Nevada, was queilfted ; and
took his seat.
11 , 1r..Rasson (Iowa) introduced 'a: %%lint
posing a duty upon 'tobacco and its mantifac
tures. Referred to the Committee of Ways
The House took up the pending - resolution
calling on the'Secretary of War to coirimuni
cats the obstacles to a general exchange of
prisoners. debate tookJ . 4oe, in which the
subject of retaliating, the game treatment on
the rebel prisdliers, as the rebels 13esto* on
Mr. Schenck (O.) said the Committee on
military &trai l s vas galheringlufor,mation on
the subject of the barbarous treatment to
which our soldiers had been subjected when
in Southern prisons, and eigfreeted to hevable
to_ makea report at an early day.
The House adopted a- resolution that if not
incompatible with the - public inferi34 3 all
communications in reference •toilie-dicittinge
ofpriseners Pot heretoforte Pub*keik be com
municated to the Howe by the , Secretary of
The House proceeded tb the consideration
of the - bill to , supply. octet 49;000,000 off a de
ficiency:in the appropriations for- thoolsent
fiscal: year. ,
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