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Tuesday Afternoon, April 16, 1661
The Union Has Been Assailed !
"WE MUST BE BRIEF WHEN TRAITORS
TAKE THE FIELD."
FRIENDS OF FREEDOM TO
A mass meeting of the citizens of
Harrisburg, and the public generally,
will be held this (Tuesday,) evening,
April 16, in the Court Room, Brant's
Hall, to express the sentiments of the
people on the present alarming *mdition
ajrational affairs. A blow has been
struck at the Constitution of the United
States, which calls for. redress—the flag
of our Union has been disgraced, and the
honor of the loyal States outraged. Sub
mission is now treason. The Government
has called for aid—let the people respond.
Able speakers will be present to address
PROVISIONS POD, TUE SI:MD=S.—We invite the
attention of the proper officers to the advertise
ment of Messrs. Eby & Kunkel, in another col
or:nu: who are prepared to supply every kind of
provisions, in large quantities, at reasonable
VIOLATING AN ORDINANOO.-A man named
Frazier Clendenin was before the Mayor last
evening, charged with violating the ordinance
prohibiting the running of hand-carte on the
pavements. The fine and costs in his case
amounted to $2 64, which be paid.
THE ALARM OP FIRE about twelve o'clock
last night waa occasioned by the burning of a
foul chimney in the bakery of Mr. Finley, on
Market street. The firemen promptly respond
ed to the alarm, but their services were not
required. No damage was done.
COL. JACOB S. H.ALDESEAN.—This gentleman
left yesterday for Washington. There is some
doubt as to his acceptance of the mission ten
dered to him by President Lincoln, as since the
breaking out of war he desires to remain and
raise a company of volunteers in York county,
where he resides. York being a border county,
her citizens are much interested in the result
of the war.
dons &merman SILENOED.—Last evening
an individual who is tainted with the secession
heresy ventured among the crowd of Union
boys at the Esohange, and commenced to talk
treason, when he was assaulted and knocked
down. One of his chums undertook to defend
him, when both were warned to seal their lips
and leave. They promptly acted upon the
hint and thus avoided the punishment thatall
PLISIOIIO.-SOlllO of the carters pf our city
manifest their Union sentiments by decorating
the horses they drive with miniature American
flags. We also no.ticedanumber of persons on the
streets to-day sportinitnion budges. These
exhibitions of patriotism are highly commend-
Alf, and give evidence of the strong feeling of
Asirotion to tho Union which pervades the
massos of ottr'peoplo. .411,7th0 have American
flags in their possestie)Olihonld fling them to
limos A.,filftir: roK, the superintendent of-'
thew garhine shops belonging to the Penn
sylvilithi)iallroad, has adopted a very just and
commendable rule in receivinqprentices, and'
one which is alike creditable,
,T&self and the
company which ke represents. Among i . the
first which will be received are to be the eons of,
*4widows ' hose husbands have met death while
in th - lop of the company, next 'the sons
• .of those who are still in the active service of
he woe, after which other young men will be
received in the shops to learn the various
trades pursued therein. We mention this rule
for the benefit of those seeking apprenticeship
in these shops. .
Ta■ lhuox Mturrnict.-4 Mass meeting of the
citizens of Harrisburg, of all parties, in favor of
sustaining the President in his efforts to enforce
the laws against.the armed rebels of the South,
will be held in the Court room this evening.
We have no doubt the demonstration will be
every way creditable to the patriotism of the
people of the old Keystone Capital. The
Mayor of the city has consented to preside,
and addresses will be delivered by a number of
eloquent gentlemen. Let there be 'a grand
rally of the friends of the Union, and measures
adopted at once to sustain the Administration
in crushing out treason and rebellion. "We
must be brief when traitors take the field."
ANOTHER BUDD= DBATH.—It ie our melan
,choly duty to-day to chronicle the sudden death
-of Dr. E. L. Orth, a prominent member of the
medical profession, and one of our most highly
esteemed citizens. He was about yesterday,
and last evening;visiting patients, apparently
in the enjoyment of his usual health. On go
ing home between nine 'and ten o'clock, he
complained of feeling pain about the region 4:4
the heart, and sitting down beside his wife,
suddenly expired. No man in community had
more friends or fewer enemies than Dr. Orth,
minis unexpected decease will be universaily
lamented. We sincerely sympathise with the
family in the heavy affliction which half thus
suddenly fallen upon them. The constantly
recurring sudden deaths in this community
keep forcibly reminding us ot4e uncertainty
of life, and that our "halts, like muffled
drums, are beating funeral marches to" de .
Tim UNION FEELING IN HARRIER:MG.—ENTRE
SIAM° DEMONSTRATION.—A SECESSION ORGAN
GROANED.—Tan BONE AND SINEW IN THE FIELD.
The Military Meeting at Exchange Hall last
evening was very largely attended by the young
men—the real "bone and sinew" of the city—
who rallied at the tap of the drum to manifest
their loyalty and devotion to the Union. The
hall was decorated with large and small Ame
rican Flags and presented a gay appearance.
Shortly after the organization of the meeting
Col. A. J. Herr was introduced to the audience
and delivered a very able and patriotic addre,.
explanatory of the causes which led to the civil
war just inaugurated by the South, closing
with any.eloquent appeal to the young men pre
sent totally in defence of the Union, the Con
stitution and the Laws, and march to battle
against the rebels now in armed resistance to
the Government. The speech did credit to the
head and heart of its author, and elicited thun
ders of applause. When Col. Herr retired from
the stand, the roll.wae opened for signatures,
and about thirty additional names attached,
increasing the list to over sixty. A motion to
tender the command of the company to Lieut.
Isaac S. Waterbury was adopted by acclamation
amidst long-continued and enthusiastic cheer
ing. The entire body of people present, to the
number of some two bundled, then formed
into ranks, and headed by martial music and
the American Flag, marched through the prin
cipal streets cheering for the Union. While
passing the TELEGRAPH office, where we had the
"stars and stripes" hung out, the crowd honor
ed us with three hearty chews. At the Patriot
and Union office, they manifested their disap
probation and disgust of the recent treasonable
course of the secession organ by giving three
groans. The company continued on the march
until a late hour, notwithstanding the rain fell
in torrents. But one sentiment pervades this
community, which is that the Government
must be sustained, rebellion crushed out, and
the Union preserved. Another meeting will be
held at Exchange Hall to-morrow evening,
when it is expected that the roll will be com
pleted, officers elected, and the services of . the
company tendered.to the Governor.
Twa CAMVION Guano Mow:No.—At a meeting
of the Cameron Guard last evening, a com
mendable degree of patriotism was manifested,
and measures were adopted to fill up the ranks
of the company, with a view of tendering their
services to the Governor. Some. thirty-five
young men signed the roll, which will be kept
open for additional signatures until to-morrow
evening. The following preempt° and resolu
tions were adopted:
WHIRBRAS, The President of the United States
has issued a proclamation, calling upon the
Governors of :the several States to furnish
seventy-five thousand volunteers, to aid in the
I,:ppression of all unlawful combinations, and
t.:3 enforcing the Constitution of our beloved
Reg)bed, That we, the Cameron Guard, of the
Third Brigade, Fifth Division Pennsylvania
Voluntears,call upon all patriotic young men to
rally around the standard of the Union, and en
roll themselves in the book-of the company,
to fill up the ranks of said corps, to defend the
glorious "Stars and Stripes'.' of our country
from being trailed in the dust, and to maintain
the dignity and melesty;•of the Con ;II tution and
laws of the United State'.
Resolved, That the roll book of the company
be kept open day and evening, until the com
pliment is 'obtained.
Resolved; That when the roll is filled, that we
offer the said corps to the Governor of the Com
COUSTBRITIT No's.—A good deal of counter
feit money—both coin and notes—is now in
circulation, and in these times of general set:
tlement, it passes rapidly from hand to hand
without detection. Bogus gold dollars, and
silver quarters and dimes, are most common,
but the loss on them is proportionately small.
A very dangerous counterfeit is that of the $5
bill of the Western Bank, Philadelphia. Scarce•
ly any one but a professional dealer in money
can detect them. They resemble the genuine
,every particular, and the safest plan is to
Oise them entirely. Counterfeit two dollar
bills, with a vignette of a forest scene, man
copping wood, female on the right end, and
coat of, arms on the left, purporting to be on
amil'armers' Bank of New Jersey, at Mount
were put in circulation in Philadelphia,
last week. This Bank has never issued two
dollar notes. The National . Bank Note Reporter
says that the plate above described has been
altered to several banks, is well engraved, and
is likely to, deceive tolerably good judges of
Tr xHARD Tucus JawErsiY Donna.—The Ameri•
can AgrOuligrise gives the following exposition
of the way in which those who run after cheap
jewelry are sold
Only yesterday we_overheard one lady telling
another how cheaply she had just bought sev
eral coveted articles of jewelry. She said : "A
large house in New York, to avoid failure, on
account of the 'hard times,' had Sent out a
man to her village to sell off a lot of valuable
articles for what he _could get, and be was dis
posing of- them at one quarter their value."
Etiquette did not allow us to say anything, but
if that lady sees this, she Will learn that the
"five dollar article" which she bought for $l, is
gilded (galvanized) brew, or "oreide"—rnanufac
tared at a cost of 17 cents I And this leads us
to say that, just now, there are several scores
of bogus jewelry concerns in this city, and they
are turning up in almost every large town and
small village throughout the country-4trider
the "Hard Times" cloak. When one of them
opens a temporary "branch of a New York
House" in your town, better pass by on the
other side. All is not gold that glitters. In
geniously colored gluts is not precious stones or
pearls. Gold is always worth its weight in coin,
and more, whenmanufactured. Nobody sells
$5 worth of gold !manufactured for $1 in coin.
SHRY/013 TINDERBD arm ACCEPTED.—A - large
number of military companies in the State bave
already tendered their services to Gov. Curtin,
and been accepted. The probability is that the
full.quota required from Pennsylvania is nearly
f not wholly Made up. Philadelphia furnishes
three full regiments, and Allegheny county one
or two'rekiments. The old Keystone 3s good
for fifty thousand volunteers, if that number
should be requited to fight the Southern trait
• A Snow. iittlate/NG of the Washington Hose
Company will be held this evening at the usual
hoar, to take action in regard to the death , of
our late fellow-member, Dr. E. L. Orth. By
Pennsylvania Malty (lr elegrapl), ifruesbay afternoon, 'April le, :1861.
TENDER OF AfILITARY COMPANIES.—We subjoin
a list of the military companies which have
tendered their services to Governor Curtin, un
der the call of the President, and been accepted.
A portion of the companies will arrive here to
night, and others within a day or two :
Monongahela Artillery—Capt. Ti. F. Cooper.
NegleyZouaves—Capt. 0. M. Irvin.
Washington Artillery—Capt. J. D. M'Far
. Washington Infantry—Capt. Thomas A. Bos
United States Zortave Cadets—Capt. Wm. G.
Scott - Legion—Capt. 0. H. Ripley.
Pittsburg Turner's Rifle Company—Capt. H.
Armstrong. - •
State Garde- Capt. R. P. Wawa.
Ist, Reg., 4th Brig., 16th Div.—Col. J. Hig
Hollidaysburg Fencibles—Capt. F. P. Miner.
Altoona Guards—Capt. Wayne.
Centre Battllion-3 Companies—Major Chas.
Third Brigade—Brig. Gen. Jonathan Wolf.
Cameron Infantry—Capt. Robert M'Farland.
First and Second Regiments—Washington
Guards—Gen'l Wm. F. Small.
Light Artillery—Capt. Max Einstein.
Young Men-,—John Birkinbine.
First Regiment Artillelly—Lieut. Col. D. B.
First Rifle Battalion, Ist Brigade, let Division
—Major Com. Jno. T. Ballion -
Philadelphia Guards—Capt. J. F. Staunton.
' Port Clinton Artillery—Capt. D. B. Kauff
National Light Infantry—Capt. E. lirDonald.
Washington Artillery—Capt. James Wren.
Marion Rifle Company, sixth Division, at
Port Carbon—Major J. H. Siegfried.
Woon's lilmsrsam.—As we anticipated, not
withstanding the drenching rain, this celebrated
Troupe were greeted with a large and enthusi
astic audience, who gave expression to their
,satisfaction and delight in shouts of laughter
and applause. The songs were all given with
great tette. The comicalities were now and
original. At the conclusion of the first part,
the national airs, "The Star Spangled Banner,"
"Hail Columbia," and "Yankee Doodle," were
performed, which roused the patriotism of all
present. (Gentlemen, repeat it every night, we
will never tire of them.) To-night they appear
for the second time, with an entire change of
programme, concluding with the piece of "New
Year Calls," which had a run in New York of
over one hundred consecutive nights. To one
and all we say, go and hear them.
Dram Carmen GLIAJID.—This company will
hold another meeting at F t zohange Hall to-mor
rownight. Handbills wereloaned to-day inviting
all young men in the neighboring towns and
villages of the county, who are disposed to arm
in defence of the country, to attend the meet
ing and sign the roll. We have no doubt that
by to-morrow evening the State Capital GuarA
will be prepared to make a tender of services.
The signers, thus far, are able bodied, active
and brave young men, who will do credit to
themselves and the old Keystone Capital in de
fence of the stars and stripes.
FORESTALUNGL—We trust that, the. Market
Master will be more watchful on market days
than is usually the case. On last Saturday
morning a huckster purchased some poultry
from a farmer, who had just arrived, at three
shillings a pair, and then went to another por
tion of the market house and sold them for six
shillings. Such offenders should be looked af
ter by the proper officer.
Aamver. OF MIT:iTABT.—We learn from the
Secretary of State, that a number of volunteer
companies are expected to arrive here during
to-night and to-morrow, when they will be
mustered into service, and proceed to Washing.
ton. The Military, while in the city, will be
quartered in the Park grounds.
FBA:TU.OTM Merrn4.-=The protracted meet
ing continued in the West linnisbnrg ?lathe
dist elm& will be continued dminitho week;
( 4 1V#,J.
Ringol3 Artillery—Capt. H. A. Lantz.
Johnstown Infantry—Capt. F. H. Lapsley
Anderson Grays—Capt. Eli. P. Conner
Elk M'Kean Cavalry—Thos. L. Kane
Uniformed Militia—Capt. F. P. Stambaugh
Brookville Rifles—Capt. A. N. M.`Knight
Juniata Cavalry--Capt. J. J. Patterson
Allen Rifles—Capt. T. H. Good.
Allen Infantry—Capt. Thos. Yeager.
Jordon Artillery—Capt. W. H. Gassier
Cattasauqua Rifles—Capt. H. P. Hart.
Pittston artillerists—Capt. Sol. Stamer
Lackawanna Blues—Capt. Half.
Mifflin county Cavalry—Capt. 0, V. Mitchell
Capt. Yoke—tender of men' and money
Uniformed Militia--Maj. Gen. Harding.
Lincoln Invineibles—Maj. A. G. Williams
Monongahela Artillery—Capt. Potter.
Written for the Daily Telegraph
My country, torn and bleeding,
Why art thou to anger stirred ?
Why are hostile armies moving ?
Why is martial music heard f
Answer, oh ! resplendent Heaven,
Glittering in your star lit dome.
Is the truth forever given,
Here, that Freedom has no horns?
Shall our banner, bright and glorious;
Loose its lustre In the fight,
And no more to float victorious,
Flaunt its tatters In black night ?
Hearken t freeman, In this battle,
If fraternal blood is shed,
And amid the carnage's rattle,
You should find a brother•dead,
Woep not, It is God's decree,
Weep not, If in fight he lay,
Struggling for the brave and free
On some dreadful battle day.
Arm then, freeman I Lo I On9trlte
Rings its notes upon the air;
Arm I for 'tit for all in life,
That Is beautiful and fair.
If we perish, God of freedom,
Bless our lest expirleg breath I •
While in Heaven, Angel's Z& Daum,
Chaunt us to the realms of death 1,1
Where, at least the spirit, soaring,
Ransomed through a bloody strife, I
Will be free in its adorning,
Of a pureand endless life.
Weep, oh weep, you stricken mother,
For a child has east you forth ;
Weep, oh sister, for a brother,
In the slow but steady North I
You have spurned our free proolalmloge,
We have loved you many a year.
You have wasted all our earnings,
Now you part without a tear
And In strife, not valor's
You would end our !lighten high,
Shouting as our tempter's falling,
Shonk the earth and rent the sky.
Be it so, but more In sorrow,
We will meet you in the fray,
And as dawns the eon to-morrow,
Spreading glories far away—.
So the light of freedom glancing,
Oa our path will glory shed,
And our banners high advancing,
Float fore'er o'er slavery. dead I
Harrisburg, April, 1581. W. F.,
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIK EALIMOAD.—The ar
rangements being consummated by the mana
gers of this great improvement—important' to
Pennsylvania in every sense—are of such a
nature as to warrant the assertion that they
will soon be able to resume operations upon it;
and it is also.probable that within the next
year the road will be completed and ready for
business. This is another evidence that the
course of the present Legislature toward the
great railroads of Pennsylvania was wise and
politic. Withont that legislation the Phila
delphia and Erie would have languished in an
unfinished state for years, and the people
would 'have suffered great losses. With it a
new field of enterprise will, soon be developed,
and all 'the interests of our. Commonwealth,
Govausort Comm, who has been absent from
the Stato Capital for several days, on a visit to
Washington, itasLiad,y4 returned. Thespecial
object of Ms missionli;kYta k'edendtietropolls,
in this crisis, is not generally known.
TO Kukla , ExPitisi.--ifi. Davis has per
fected his arrangements * and• Is - now prepared
to carry baskets from the Market-housa to any
given part-of the 'city. The 'charge for each
will be tad five cents. lir. Davis will hold
himself responsible for the faithful delivery
Of all goods entrusted is Misers. All baskets
to be left in charge at the upper end of the
meat market. -
, Nsiv ARRIVALS NEW .Artarvmal.—Just re
ceived a large assortment of New Spring Goods.
We name 'in part ; 10 pieces of beautiful dud
les, 14 worth 181 ; 10 ,pieces of - traveling dress
goods, S irbitli ;60 plebes bleached and
unbleached muslin, at 10 worth 121 1 ; 6.0 pieces .
_at 12} worth 15. Also a
very large assortment of Cataimeres and other,
slimmer stuff for men and boys wear. Also
Stella Shaurja, Teri cheap. Broche bordering,,
at 25, 37 and , so - cents." Also - , a large stock of
Cambrics and Side's iffuSlibi; Vary cheap. Please
Call and examine at S. lonvy, Bond's old Stand,
Cor. - Market and-Seconffistreets.
changes of our climate
are sources of Palitionary,-firdneltiat- and 'Asthmatio Af
fections. Exiteriiiice having , nitivadZhat simple reme
dies often act , speNdly and:wish:fly when taken in the
early stages uf the disease,- recourse should at once be
had to eqtrojizes Bronbbial Troches,n or Lozenges, let
the Cold;ltotigh; or Irritation of ;the . Throat be ever so
as by;thil precaution a entire serious attack may
be warded olf. POWs Speakers nnd Bingors . will find
them effebtial for clearing ands-,treongthening the voice.
Bee advertisement. . . delo4l-swaWfint
MorrAT's MU) AcENTE-7
Preell all IfieteinalPOitofts.—lli:onses of ScroNla
Ulcers, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the. Skin, the operation
of the Life Medicines is truly. astonishing, often removing
In a few days, every vastly of thane loathsome diseases
by their purifying erects on the blood. &Moos Fevers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Drotey,,,Piles and in ` sho rt, moat all. soon soon yield to their CuradiurAroperibm
No family steroid be without them, as by_their timely
sea mash silfikauir end expettse marbe
Prepared. by, W.M. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New York, and
r said by ell.Drugglits uevo-wly
A N .EXTRA. FINE lot of FONGTAI
NOUOHONG TEA. This la the:lAA:braid Of Black
Tea imported. A sma ll invoice just received and Ipr sale
r . ( m2s] WM. D .74.'aripo.
Schuylkill and Susquehanna Railroad
HE Annual Meeting and election of the
stockholders of the Schuylkill and Susquehanna hat T
road Company, as required by their charter, will be
held at the Continental Siete', city of Philadelphia; Penn
sylvania, on gonna; May 6th, at 12 o'clock 11., for the
purpose of choosing a Prefddent and Six Manager' to serve
for the ensuing year, and also for the consideration of
such other business as may properly be brought before
said meeting. - PIIANa. S. BOND,
. _., ...... .
Harrisburg Broom Man ufac to ry.
TWO DOORS FROM FRONT S2'., DT WALNUT.
LiROOMS sold wholesale and retail 20
per cent. Cheaper than can be bad elsewhere.—
ant °wain° ear stock. • ,
' ag4dicr ~., J. E. PRICE & CO.
SPRING.Bi SUMMER MILLINERY.
•.. ...,... ...., . • • . -
V. E. CHLYIN wilt open, on THURS
.--; AY AikviiMpt'ltratsortotent of SPRING AND
su . 3111.1.218AY, fisher store room No. 20, oppo.
site the finebitin.liatei9l: ahe invitee her friends to eat
and see her assptispell. ' 1.5-I.w
IN State street - east of the Capitol, be
tweet 4th and - ritf ace streets. X. hew,. Lager Beer
Saloon just opened;Where everything in that line is ,ge
nerally kept, and would respectfully solicit the Dimon.
age of my macterons friends amities puhfie g eneri tny• - •
/wde; • •• B. it
1111. ID. Oros $ (go
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
RUGOISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE•
. I:4EEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
We are daily adding to our assortruent of
goods all such articles as are, desirable, and
would respectfully call your attention to the
largest and beat selected stock - in this city; of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS;
Oils, Varnlshei anti Glues,
Dye-Statro,Cdass and Patty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Pure Ground. Spices,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pine 0110,
Bottles,-Vlals and Lamp Globes,
Castile Soaps, Sponges and Corks,
&c., .1.4 c., tilt., &C., 4Sio n 65.-13., ike
With a general variety of
PERPMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturers and Per
fumers of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
I,N ALL THEIR VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS,
We ,respietfully invite a call, feeling confi
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
arms to their satisfaction
TEETH TEETH 1 !
JONE'S AND WHITE'S PORCELAIN TEETH.
-PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of All kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and Concentrated Lye
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we
sell as low as it can be purchased in the cities.
THAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID *EXTRACTS,
COAL OIL! CARBON OIL! !
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
offer-.[nducemeute to close buyers. Coal Oil
Lamps of the most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
Those of you who have not given our HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know not
their superiority, and the advantage they are In
keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in good
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
besides improving the general health and ap
pearance oftheir - Cattle. -
Our long experience in the business gives us
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
such that we can in a very short time furnish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
best of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
business, a careful selection of
at fair prices, and the desire to please all, to
merit a continuance of the favors of a discrrmi
eating public. ",
NEW COAL OFFICE.
/FHB UNDMIGNED having entered in
-11 to the COAL 'TRADE in this city, would respectfully
solicit the patronage. of the citizens. I will keep onhand
Coal of all SNOB, from the most celebrated and approved
mines, which:will be delivered to any part or the city,
fret from dirt and other impurities. FULL WEIGBT
GIIAZANTBID. COAL NOR OA= ar rue BOAT LOAT4 OAS
LOAVORIINC4LH-20N. -persons. purchasing by the Beat
or ear,Load will receive 2,24.0 pounds to th e
e fro m Dewber-
Once No. 74 Market Wrest, second doo r _
ry alley . Yaid ; ort the - Canal,.toot of North street. Or.
leis len at either place will receive prompt attention.
JAW( W. HALL, agent.
'' 'LI, BLACK . TERRIER
A sMA .
IP ST.— ' '
bawa. Answers to the name of
-- , DaG - * (11 1' 0 _17 1 ;,, llbeiiagy rewarded' by . leaving
TV:" WilOsicii Q . EINSTEIN . - - I„ta*
at lhe store •
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PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, APRIL 15th, 1861,
rho paoseuger trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows
THROUGH EXPREM TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.15
a. m. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10 a. an.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 6.20 . ;a, m., and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.05 a. in.
FAST HAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.15 p. m.
arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 p. in. • -'
These trains make close connection at Philadeipida with
the New York Lines.
-ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, via Mount. Joy,
leaves Harrisburg at 7.80 a. m., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 12.30 p. m.
HAIOIMIRG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.10 p. m., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 9 20 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, via Mount Top,
leaves Harrisburg at 4.20 p. m., connecting at Diller
vale with HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.25 p. m.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN" leaves Philadelphia at
10.45 p. m., Harrisburg at 3.05 a. m., Altoona 8.05, ar
rives at Pittsburg at 12.40 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN, leaves Philadelphia at 7.30 a, m.,
Harrisburg 1.10 p. m., Altoona, 7.05 p. in., and arrives
at Pittsburg at 12.20 p. m.
EAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 11.40 a. in., Harris
burg 4.05 p. m., Altoona 8.40 p. m , and arrives at Pitts•
burg at 1.00 a. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at 2.39 p. m., Lancaster 6.05 p. m
ambit' 8.40 p. and arrives at Harrisburg at 8.05 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Philadelphia at 4.00
p. m., Lancaster 7.44 p. m.,Mount Joy 8.28 p. m., Eliza
bethtown, 8.48 p. in., and arrives at Harrisburg at
9.46 p. m.
Attention is called to the fact, that passengers leaving
Philadelphia at 4.00 p. m., connect at Lancaster with
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, and arrive at
Harrisburg at 0.45, p. in.
SAMCIIKL D. YOUNG,
Sept. East. Dlv. Henna. Railroad.
JOHN WALLOWER, JR., Agt.
GOODS AND MERCHANDISE promptly
forwarded by Philadelphia and Reading, Northern
Central, Cumberland Valley and Pennsylvania Railroads,
HAULING AND BRAYING to and from all parts of the
city to the dillerent Railroad depOts will be done at the
very lowest rates.
FAMILIES removing will be promptly attended to.
Orders left at Brant's European Hotel, or at the store
of E. S. Zollinger, will receive prompt attention. Con
signments of freight resp ectfully solicited.
JOHN WALLOWER JR., Agt.,
a .2 Mee Reading Depot.
HUSK MATTRESSES, -
COTTON TOP MATRESSES,
FRENCH CARPET HASSACKS,
On band and for sale wholesale and retail at the very
lowest rates for cash.. .
HAIR MATRASSES and SPRING BOTTOMS
HAIR MATRESSES, Bsc..
Repaired and made equal to new very reasonable, all al
N 0.109 Afarlat street between Fourth and Fifth, by
Mar 29 J. T. BARNITZ.
SIGN OF THE '
Glorioue Star Spangled. Banner I
A NOTHER SUPPLY OF WALL PAPER,
fIORDERS, &c., SPLENDID WINDOW BLINDS, to
which we call the attention of our friends, and cordially
invite them to examine our goods and prices.
Wo are determined to sell cheap. Mind the plane.
; Near the Harrisburg Bridge.
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY
TILE best defining and pronouncing Dic
tionary of the English languago ; Also ; Worcester's
School Dictionaries. Webster's Pictorial Qiaarto awl
School Dictionaries for sale at
WS-if Near the Harrisbnrgßridgo.
ARRIVED THIS MORNING.
A superb lot of new style Foulard Chintzes:
hew style English Mourning Gingham.
do do Colored Ginghains
Wide French Chintzes, extra qaality,
New atyle Mourning Persians,
do trench Challis.
Pure Camera Hair Lustre, (desirable goods) •
Extra quality Silk Warp Lavellas. • .
Neapolitan . Bilks, (new article.)
English IMP !damning Silks.
A LARGE VARIETY OF OTHER GOODS.
This lot of goods just r eceived, have been purchased
very low and will be disposed of accordingly. °lll at
Next door to tbe.Harrisburg Bank.
- IMPORTED BOLOGNA SAUSAGE.-A
Very rare' lotjusi received end for sate by
see WM. DOCK JR & Co.
THE subscriber begs leave to inform his
.A. friends_ and the public tuat he has taken the FARM.-
.. I:VG HOTE, hi Market etrect opposite the Post Office,
formerly d. Stahl's, where he is prepared 'to. ttecommo
date them on reasonable terms. Haring refitted and
tarnished the Rouse euhrily now he hopes by strict at
tention to besiness, to receive a liberal share of patron
age. [api-3md] E. G. PETERS.
THERMOMETERS, Ornamental Maude, Japanese Metal.
THERMOMETERS, do -do Bronzed dos
THERMOMETERS, Distillers Tin Case, 12,Inch.
THERMOMEVERS, do -Brass - BOund Double Scale.
THERMOMETERS, Union Case, 10-12 inch. •-
THERMOMEIERS, Metaltc Frame 8-10 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Walnut lase, 10 inch.
TriERILOMETERS, Tin Case, 7-8-10 birth.
We Dave just received - a ilnelot. ee THERMOMETERS
or various styles, and are selling them low.
ILECIER'S DRUG STORE,
ap3 . . 91 Market street.
CITY BONDS FOR Ramp..
I OR TWO CITY BOAS of $5OO
Nj each: bearing a per cent lateral, being a sate aed
good inveatukont. Apply to_
i. teb4.ilmd K. MEMO-
T" 'SUBSCRIBER has removed hie
PLUMBING.AND DRAM FOUNDRY from M.trkei
Street-to Fourth nEreet above Market; oppokke the c
Church.' Thankful ibr past patronage, he hopes, by z.lrla
littbnikahle bilsineSEl, to:merit a continuance of it.
,-roar2G-Sced. - WN. PARRIML• .
OFFICE otrrna MIMS' VALLSY RAILROAD SE COAL' CO., t
THE Annual Meeting of-the , Stockholders
and an election fora President; Eevew Managers,
and a Seoretitry and Treasurar - otrihe Lykens' Va'ley
Railroad and Coal Company will lie held in. Philadelphia
at the taboo or EDWARD . GRAT'4, NO. 2 South' 7th street,
on dtaarlay, the 6th day of Mayfiatt,; ati. 10 o'clock A. M
The polls will open at 10 o'clock and close at,2 o'clock
P. 3t. - WM. HAWKINS
aps.l.syte ' Secretary.
OFFIOR oI 1113.. re VA11,13.T COAT, Co . 1
rg V LI ~171 1 1 C 1r 1C,. #P ra P, ,l46l '
9111E-Ainltuttaitegoi cf. the Stockholders
and.= kleotlek.flafisetest Illretizro of the Lykens'
Valley,Coalconilotty *,t be heltLia",philaifolalla at the
°Mee , EIMiIgIeGIVATT., No. 2: South 1411` 'Street,
Months% the Elidali.of May nert, , at 10 ecinek, A. M.
The pollrifilleieftlaCap;ol9ol‘ and.olose at 2 o'clock,
aps.2tAjw. - secretary.