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Tuesday Afternoon, April 23, 1361
We have concluded to issue a regular Morn
ing Edition of the TetzeltAPll hereafter and
made arrangements accordingly. All the tele
graphic diepatlhes that appear in the Philadel
phia and New York papers will appear in our
morning edition, twelve hours in advance.
The morning edition can be obtained at BERG
runt's BooKsrous every morning.
DISTINOVISIISD Varrous. —Hon. David Wil
mot, United States Senator, and Hon. Caleb
Cushing, were in thq city yesterday.
Ws ARE nem many obligations to the mem
bers of the Scranton Brass Band for the very
fine serenade with which they favored our of
fice last night.
Ix Tows.—A number of the members of the
Legislature have returned to the city to be in
readiness for the re-assembling of that body
neat Tuesday. .• . •
Mona 'foramens, several hundred addition
al,Nolunteers arrived from Pittsburg and West •
moreland county this morning. They obtained
quarters at Camp Curtin.
Ponca.—A strong and effective special police
force has been appointed by the Mayor, who
ttre on duty night and day to preserve the
peace and quiet of the city.
ATTENTION, PAXTON.-A special meeting of
the Paxton Hose Company will be held in their
room this evening at half past seven o'clock.
The members will please be punctual in their
attendance as there is business of importance
to be transacted.
Nomrsarron Nicarr—The regular meeting of
Washington Lodge L 0. of Good Templars will
be held at their hall this evening. Nomina
tions for officers will be made, and other busi
ness of importance transacted. A full attend
ance is requested.
STREET PAR*DR—ThO "Ross Guard" of this
city is now fully organized, and we presume
have tendered their serviees to the Governor.
The following officers of the company were
elected last night:--Oaptain, Gen. Wm. H.
Miller; First Lieutenant, Wm. D. Earnest;
Second Lieutenant, James O'Donnell; First
Sergeant, George Hynicka. The company par
aded seventy-eight men hilt night.
Aim Fran Rmanvo.—A large and handsome
American flag was raised over the new machine
shops of the Pennsylvania Railroad above this
city yesterday morning, by the workmen em
ployed in that establishment. From a thou
sand points in our city the proud flag of our
With an eagle's Mot
TO Alm tar blue sky
And Its fame shall never die."
Tufo Nustinut.—The following is the number
of Pennsylvania volunteers sworn 'into the ser
vice of the United States at Camp Curtin since
the Camp was formed up to last evening :
April 18 . 5 companies.
" 20 82 companies.
" 21 15 companies.
" '22 - 19 companies.
Total 71 companies.
Making in the aggregate a force of 5,467 men
To Tin Crrizeris Or HARBISHIJIM—The Cleve
land Grays desire to express their sincere and
heartfelt thanks for the universal kindness
which has been shown them during their stay
In this city. We can assure our friends that,
In the hour battle, the thought of their atten
tions and kind wishes so often expressed, will,
cheer us on to deeds of faithfulness and zeal,
and we shall ever remember them with grati
tude and love. (Signed)
Officers and - members of the Cleveland Greys,
Company E. First Regiment, 0. V. M.
• We HAYTI been assured, by an old and re
spectable colored resident of Harrisburg, that
the report of an intended outbreak among the
colored population, after the soldiers have left,
is without foundation in fact. He assures us
that no such intention could possibly exist
without hi's knowledge, and alleges that the
report was only put in circulation to destroy
the little peace and repose the colored people
of this country enjoy. So far as we are con
cerned, we never had faith in the report, or
fear of the threat. The home guard will be
on duty for any emergency.
Passarmsaiss AND LI7TENBAN SERVICE:I.—We
understand that in consequence of the occu
pancy of the First English Lutheran church of
this city by the soldiers, an arrangement has
been made by which that congregation and the
Old School Presbyterian will worship together,
for the present, in the church of the latter cor
ner of Third and Pine streets. The pulpit will
be occupied alternately by the pastors of the
two churches, Rev. Dr. Hay preaching at one
service each Sabbath, and the Elev. Mr. Cattell
at the other. This arrangement will take effect
next Sabbath and be continued as long as the
Lutheran church is required for the use of the
THE AUIPICAN MECHANICS AND THE WAR.—
The following preamble and resolution was
unanimously passed at the last meeting of Ful
ton Council, No. 86, 0. 11. A. M. of this city :
Winamas, Many of our Brothers, members of
our Order, have enlisted to fight the battles 01
our country, and more being desirous of so
doh; ; therefore be it
Resolved, By Fulton Council, No. 85, 0. U.
A. M.. That all such Brothers ag have enli=ted
0!m. y so enlist, 13.5, an, are hereby ex •mpt fr m
the payment of all dues .I.,uut the d.tu of Cal..
enlistment until their return; and, in case such
Brother or Brothers are injured, or meet with
death, their benefits or funeral dues shall be
paid the same•as if such Brother were a contri
Which was unanimously agreed to.
AM= Brans, Bec'y.
Tnu PENNYLVANIA Fond.—The following is
a complete list of the volunteer companies of
Pennsylvania mustered into the United States
service at this point, Since the formation of
Camp Curtin up to yesterday evening :
APRIL 181h.—Ringgold Artillery, Reading,
Capt. IsPllnig b t ; Allen Infantry, Lehigh coun
ty, Capt. Thos. Yeager ; Johnstown Zouave
Cadets, Capt. J. M. Power ; National Light
Infantry, Capt E McDowell ; Pittsburg Rifles,
Capt. Henry Amling.
Ann 20tb.--Lanctister Fencibles, Union
Rifles, Tyrone Artillerist, Cameron Guards,
Bellefonte Fencibles, Jackson Rifles, Chambers
Artiflery, (Com. A.) Washington Greys, Union
Rifles, Delaware, Independent Itifantry, , Scott
Guards, Reading Artillery, Johnstown Infantry,
U. S. Zouaves, Pittsburg, Turner Rifles, West
Chester Rifles, Union Light Infantry, Logan
Rifle Rangers, Chambers' Artillery, (Com. B.)
State Capital Guard, Chambers Artillery, (Com.
Lewisburg Infantry, State Guards, Negly's
Zouaves, Piston Fencibles, Holidaysburg Fen
cibles, Juniata Rifles, Wayne Guards: Shawnee
Guards, Citizen gouaves, Citizen Artillery, Na
APRIL 218 L—Wyoming Artillery ; Scott Ar
tillery, Schuylkill Haven, Capt. F. B. Medler ;
Brigade Rifles, of Minersgille, Capt. Lawrence;
Norris City Mies, (Com. A.) Capt. It. E. Tay
lor ; National Artillery, Capt. Wm. Allebaugh;
Wayne Artillery, Capt. Win. J. Bolten • Col
umbia Infantry, Capt. Jas. Brenner; Norris
City Rifles, (Com. B.) Capt. Walter H. Cooke,
Keystone Rifles, Capt. Geo. Amweg ; Eagle
Guards, Capt. A. B. Snyder-; National Artil
lery, C pt. Reuben T. Schell; Madison Guards,
Capt. Jno. R. Brooke ; Standing Stone Guard,
Capt. Miller; Minersville Artillerists; Capt.
Ww. Horner ; Lebanon Guards, Capt. Jno.
. APRIL 22d.—Washington Rifles, Capt. Rich
ard White; Burns Infantry, Capt. H. A. Bol
linger; Allegheny Light Guards, Capt. Francis
P. Robinson; Cdmeron Infantry, Capt. Robert
M'Farland, Ashland Rifles, Capt. Jno. E. Wyn
loop; Kitten Rifles, Schuylkill county, Capt.
Joshua K. Feigfried; Wyoming Light Dragoons,
Capt. M. Brisband; First Peun'a. Zouaves,Pittts
burg, Capt. Joseph Gerard; Brady Alpines,
Armstrong county, Capt. M. Sirvel; Allegheny
Rifles,Capt.Casper Gang; Port Clinton Artillery,
Capt, D. B. Kauffman; Lhewellyn Rifles, Capt.
Hiram Chance; Pittsburg Inviucibles, Capt. M.
H. Trovile; Tower Guards, Schn7lkill county,
Capt. C. Toyer, Nagle Guards, Pottsville, Capt.
Daniel Nagle; Scranton Union Voluateers,Capt-
Chas. Minor Stout; Anderson Greys, (company
A.) Capt. John Craig; Anderson Greys, (oom
pany B.) Capt. Thos. Wilhelm.
ARREST AND HONORABLE DISOSARON.—Ka May
or Weaver, from Pittsburg, now here on a visit,
received the following dispatch last evening
Prirssurea t April 22.
H. A. WEAVER, Harrisburg.
Stop and examine Lieut F. A. Parker, as re
gistered (of United States Army) from Fortress
Monroe. He tasked secession here, but left be
fore we could get hold of bum. Be de a small
sharp looking man, with six ladies in charge.
He left by the nine o'clock train this evening,
This dispatch was received here last evening
about eleven o'clock. Mayor Weaver made
the contents of ft known to" several citizens
here who at once.accompanied him to the May
or's office. The Mayor was aroused, who, af
ter examining the matter took it in charge and
made arrangements to have Lieut. Parker ar
rested on his arrival here. The train arrived
about seven o'clock this morning, and the Vig
ilance Committee made the arrest, assuring
him and his lady however that if the charges
could be disproved he would be permitted to
depart. He at once preceded to the Mayor's
office, sent for his baggage and gave all proper
information about himself. The papers from
the different Naval officers give him the very
highest character, and his leave of absence for
three months was also produced. From all the
evidence and explanation before the Mayor we
were perfectly satisfied that Lieut. Parker was
innocent, and a Union man, but his brother
having resigned a commission in the Army,
and joined the secessionists, his name has been
confounded with the gentlemen under arrest.—
After his discharge the crowd outside the
Mayor's office gave him three hearty cheers and
he responded by proposing three cheers for the
Union and Government which, were heartily
given, and so• Parker departed.
Lrrrin Pram MOVING.— At a meeting of the
citizens of Petersburg and Penn townships,
Perry county, Pa., held for the purpose of ex
pressing their views as to the rebellion in the
The meeting was organised by appointing
the following officers :
Vice Presidents.--Lawreace Gross, Samuel
Shetler, Irving Offidholtn, William Allison,
James McLaughlin, Wm. W. Dickinson and
David H. Miller.
Secretary.—John Wister, 3d.
The following resolutions were unanimously
Resolved, That a committee of five beapPoint-
A, whose duty it shall be to solicit and collect
subscriptions from the citizens for the support
and maintenance of those at this place who
are volunteering their services to support the
Constitution and punish traitors.
Resolved, That we acknowledge no flag but
the stare and stripes, and that under that flag,
the C,,nstitution and Laws must be maintained.
Resolved, chat in view all persons who give
utterance to sentiments- avorable to southern
dieunionists as enemies, and that we will treat
them as traitors or rebels.
The following were appointed the Home Re
lief Committee : Irving Chisholm, Albert L.
Wetheralti, William Lindley, Dayld H. Miller,
John Jones and John Winter, ad.
Resolved, That the thanks of this meeting be
tendered to all those who volunteer to sustain
the liberties of their country against aouthe►n
despotism andmismtle, and especially to the com
pauy from this'place.
One thousand do
pars were subscribed before
the adjournment of the meeting.
Itoss. L Kum, Prea(dent,
loam WISTEA, 3d. Sec'y.
RELIGIOI79.—There is services every morning
In the Catholic church, at 7 o'clock. Ile vast
number of Catholics'in the military, companies
will please take notice, as Bev. P. Maher de
sires an opportunity to address'them.
trZTION Bemons.Z-A beautiful rosette formed
of red, white and blue silk, with a silver center
piece, and trailing ribbons, are becoming very
popular in this city, and meet with a ready
sale. They are worn on the breast or lappel of
the coat, and make a very fine appearance.
Patttopjuania iriattp iteligrapt), -Zutotrav afternoon, 'April 2a l 1861.
CAMP Comm—The exceeding fine weather
of to-day served to draw a large portion Sf our
population to Camp Curtin, and our livery sta
ble men and omnibus proprietors, in conse
quence, reaped an abundant harvest of dimes.
The camp, throughout the day, presented its
usual scene of bustle and activity. Everybody,
except civic visitors, seemed to be full of busi
ness, and, under these circumstances, to gain
any information was almost impossible.
The visitors, therefore, had to be content with
looking, and rely upon the fertility of their
imagination to satisfy their curiosity.
The troops, as fast as they arrive on the
ground, are furnished with quarters, after
which they report to Captain Simmons, U. S.
A., who swears and musters them into the ser
vice. After this duty has been performed, they
report to the Adjutant General, who furnishes
them with arms, and they then form a part and
parcel of the camp.
The raw recruits are portioned off into
squads, and first instructed in the marching
evolutions, after which they drill by companies,
and then with muskets. These manoeuvreings
form the most interesting feature of the camp,
and always attract crowds of spectators.
About two thousand men left the Camp last
night for active duty, and more are to leave
to-night, but as fresh troops are constantly ar
riving, one perceives little or no diminution of
ORGANIZATION OP REGINIINTS.—The following
regiments were organized to•dap at Camp
Allegheny Light Guards, Burns Infantry,
Cameron Infantry, Pennsylvania Zouaves,
Reading Rifles, Washington Artillery, Perinsyl.
vania Artillery, Gettysburg Infantry, Scott
Legion, Pittsburg Rifles.
Colonel—W. H. Irvin.
Lieutenant Colonel—Oliver R. Rippley
Major—Frank P. Robinson.
• EIGHTH HEXHISENT.
Wyoming Light Dragoons, Wyoming Jack
son Wyoming Artillerist, Scranton Union.
Voluntaer s , Wyoming Yeagers, Covington Fen
cibles, Luzern() Guard, Pittston Volunteers,
National Guard, Lackawana Yeagers.
Colonel—A. H. Emley.
Lieutenant Colonel—Samuel F. Bowman.
- Major—j. S. Phillips.
National Guard, No. 1; National Guard,
No. 2 ; National Guard, No. 8 ; Sumner Rifles;
Kaston Yeagers ; Keystone Rifles; Wethill Ri
fles; Catasaqua Rifles; Washington Light In
fantry ; Brady Alpines.
Colonel—H. C. Longenecker.
Lieut. Col.—Wash. H. R. Hanger.
GOOD ron CARBON COUNTY. —The Anderson
Grey Battalion of Mauch Chunk, which arrived
here yesterday, numbers in all 260 men, or
ganized as follows :
Anderson Greys, No. 1, Capt. E. T. Conner.
Anderson Greys, No. 2, Capt. Jno.. Craz.
Anderson Greys, No. 8, Capt. Thos. Wilhelm.
Besides this fine battalion, the following com
panies in Carbon county are organized, and
about to march :
L. D. M'CORNION..
J. P. Mt s.
Summit 'Hill Artileriets.
Mauch Chunk Janus.
Also, a company of Guerrillas now being or
ganised, to lio,nsist of about sixty men, armed
with Colt's revolving rifles, pistols and bowie
knives. This company will be independent of
all brigades or divisions of the army. Including
this company, little Carbon county furnishes in
all 660 men, with good material for five hun
dred more, if required.
ARREFiI or OIM or Tan "Carvarar." —A stout,
burly looking customer, with a rubicond coun
tenance, who gave his name as George M. Me
ilen', said to hail from Virginia, was arrested
this morning, charged with pulling a pistol on
the bar-keeper at the Franklin House. He was
taken before the Mayor, who after an dimi
nution of the case permitted him to depart
upon a promise to leave the city within two
hours. Subsequently, Modem by false pre
tences gained admission into Camp Curtin,
where he got into a dispute with some volun
teer from Berke county and pulled apistol
upon him. He was immediately disarmed,
and brought back to the city under the guard
of a file of soldiers. The Mayor committed
him to prison for thirty days.
Tam Dss or ll'Car.x.—The friends of Ro
bert a private in one of the Delaware
county companies, who was accidentally killed
yesterday at the Jones House, by the Red
dental discharge of a pistol in the hands of
Lieut. Blakely, will be pleased to 'learn that
previous to his death the unfortunate man re
ceived every care and attention that could pos
sibly be bestowed to ameliorate his sufferings.
Medical attention was promptly rendered - by
Dr. Charlton, one of our best physicians, who
was untiring in his exertions to save his life.
The remains of the deceased were taken to his
friends in Delaware county last night, in
charge . of a detachment of the members of his
TILEGRAPH Osziusza.—Some gentlemen are
of the opinion that our article in yesterday's
paper might convey an idea that some of the
telegraph operators employed in this city sym
pathize with secessionists. Such was not our
intention nor our idea. We believe all the
men engaged in them are loyal and true to the
Union. No matter whether they were Demo
crate, the question is now, do you sympathize
with rebels, traitors and murderers? We must
be all one party now; and our motto mint be
"the Union must and shall be preserved."
Tim WOODWARD ,GUARDS, numbering eighty,
rank and file, commanded by Captain Dodge;
the Williamsport Rifles and the Union Guards,
of Middleburg, arrived at Camp Curtin about
two o'clock this afternoon, and were mus
tered into the service of the United States.
TER ELSTON Mum= BAND—a good musical or
ganization—favored his excellency Gov. Curtin
with a handsome serenade last night. The
same band also serenaded, Representative Ellen
berger, at the Buehler House, Rev. Mr. Cat
t;l, Gen. W. H. Miller, and Jno. A. Sam Esq.
DXPARTURS os Taoops—The seventh and
eighth regiments Pennsylvania volunteers will
leave Camp Curtin this evening for Philadel
• - • -. "4-..-....
THE arra of confirmation will be administered
by the Right Rev. Bishop Bowman, of this dio
cese, in St. Stephen's Episcopal church, in this
city, to-morrow (Wednesday) evening. Service
to commence at 74- o'clock.
TELE Loog-up was welt filled last night with
belated stragglers, picked up from the: streets
by the night police. They all had a hearing
before the Mayor this morning, who properly
disposed of their cases.
ADDITIONAL TROON.-At the time of writing,
4 o'clock P. M., about four hundred volunteers
from Columbia and Luzernecountiesare march
ing past our office towards Camp Curtin, hav
ing just arrived in an extra train.
POST OFFICE, Harrisburg, Aprill9, '6l.
For the convenience of the Soldiers at Camp
Curtin, J have deposited a Box at Head Quar
ters, where all letters to be sent way can be
deposited. They will be taken from the ground
by a duly authorized person and properly
GEO. BERGNER, P. M.
April 22, 1861
DEPAETORE OF THE ft/MORON AND STATE CAP
ITAL GUARDS.—Harrisburg has witnessed many
a day of rejoicing and festivity, but never be
fore has she witnessed such a scene as that of
Saturday last in the departure of the Guards.
When the Boman matrons brought their sons 1
to the Roman Senate and offered these their ,
only jewels to be lavished for the State ; when
Spartan mothers bade their eons go forth ad-
monished only that whatever woundsthey show
ed should be in front, they were not surely con-
tributiog more to history than the mother who I
gave her six sons—Saturday was a day to be re-.
membered in the annals of this city, and the
muse of history will smooth down her fair
est and whitest page on which to record, could
they be gathered together, the acts of hero
ism to which many a home bears with stiNlet
us all hope that their mission may b SACCOB-
ful ; and in conclusion permit us to say th t
many of the Guards were io the habit of buy
ing their - Dry Goode at Erma Sr. BOWMAN'S,
corner of Front and Market streets. ap22-2tt
Nsw Analysis ! Naw Aaarvsm !.—Just re
ceived a large assortment of New Spring Goods.
We name in part ; 10 pieces of beautiful chal
ies, 12f worth 18t- ; 10 pieces of traveling dress
goods, 8 worth 12}; 50 pieces bleached and
unbleached mtudlns, at 10 worth 12i ; 60 pieces
of bleached muslin, at 12
,worth 15. Also a
very large assortment of Cassimeres and other
summer stuff for men and( boys wear. Also
Stella Shawls, very cheap. Broche bordering,
at 25, 87 and 60 cents. Alsb, a large stock of
Cambrics and Swiss Muslims, very cheap. Please
call and examine OS.. Lewy, Road's old Stand,
Cor. Market - and Second; streets. t
11111'OIVIVART TO 141BILIMES.
Prepared by Cornelius L. Obeimentan, M. D.,
NEW YORK CITY.
THE combination of ingredients in these
Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice.
They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all Irregularities, Painful Minitlir44l9Pti, removing all ob.
structious, whether from. cold or otherwise, headache,
pate In the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, All ner
vous affeCtions, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, am., disturbed sleep, which arise - from mterruptiori
T'•• • '
Dr., Cheiostrants Pills are 'lnimitable; as they will bring
on the Monthly period with regularity. Ladles who have
been disappointed in the use of other Pills min place the
utmost confidence in Dr. Glietternati'dPilid doing all that
they represent to do,
N - liT Id K.
Ware it one condiCion of As fcalate system in sesta the
Pals cannot be tam uathout pseduou—sgs a PECULIAR
RESULT. .The condition rofer+ed to is PREGNANCY—
Ow rend; MISCARRIAGR.. Such Is the srraistele
tendency or the tnerkuine_to restore he sexual functions to a
nomad condition, :had soon thi reiroductise prates of
nature cannot rend if.-
Warranted purely vegetable, 'and free from anything
injurious. Raplicit dlieVtions, which should be read, ac
company each box. Price $l. Sent by matt on enclosing
$1 to Da Commune L. Omesmataa, - Boa. 4;581, Post Office,
New - _ - _
Sold by One Niggistin everytownin the United Staten
R. B. HUTCIUNGS,
General trot for the United States,
14 Broadway, Now York,
o whom an WhoWeis orders shi>uld
Bold in Harrisburg by C. A. PANIMICSUG
SPRING SI SUMMER MILLINERY.
MRS. E. CHAYN will open, on THURS
DAY, April 12. th, an"assortinent of SPRIG AND
eI:ULMER MILLINEkY; In her store room No: 20„ oppo.
site the Bneblir Bone n. Dhe invites her friends to eall
and see her assortment. - 15-I.w
ORKNLNG OF SPRING' AND • SUMMER
Black. and Second 'downing
D h RESS- GOOD.b. &C.
Baser' Rep. Mourning Silks;
Plain Black Foulards, •
Black ,adi Whde Dress and Foulard Si
Purple and Black .‘ 15 Li
Lupin's Crepe Tammatans,
8 4 Mousselaines Pelting,
Pena Cloth., (new article),
Lupins Extra Alpacas,
Neopolitau Bilks and new goods,
Black and Purple All Wool Delaines,
White and Black all Wool Lelaines,
Dwaine . Cloths, Dehisce, Cashmeres, -
ffiohairs, Parlaiindes, bilk Warp Lavelle', Lupin's
S. 9. Bombazines, 8 4 Crepe De Espange, Camels
Hair Lustre, new goods,FrenchOinghdnis, Splendid
English Chinlzes, Demons) Guighams, ilk
Warped k lain Bleak-Challis, Lupin's urenadines,
Croton Cloths, ecc., &c .
Our stock or all sleds of DRESS GOOD 3 in . Black
and Second Mourning, was never more complete
than new, or prices more favorable to purrs balers.
Lupin's square Thiobet Shawls,
Cashmere Square Shawls,
Lupin's Long lhibbet Shawls,
Second Mourning Shawls,
English Crepe Veda, (every size,)
Grestodme " do
Shrouding Cashmere-+, Shrouding Flannels, Black
Bordered Handkerchies, Salk Hosiery, Black and
Grey Ganntletts, Black Gloves, (all !ninth) Black
earl Lead Colored Hosiery, Plain Black Ribbons.
A large stock of Engllsh Crepe, Collars and Aeeves.
New stytes of Second Mourning Sleeves and Collars.
Notwithstanding tne difficulties in securing a full
assortment in this department,we are confident oar
friends and the public cannot fall to be pleased.—
For styles, make a• d prkes, we can fairly compete
with any of the larger establishments in the east
era cities. `CA faCART St BROTHER,
N 0 . 14 Market Square
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
W. A. CAsiceirr. T. L CARACAS; JR.
conoN TOP MATRESSES,
CO'ITON COMfORTS, •
FRENCH CARPET RANSACKS,
On hand and rot sale wholesale and retail at the very
lowest rates for cash
HAIR MATRASSES and SPRING BOTTOMS
mom TO ORDER
Repaired and made equal to new very reasonable, all at
N 0.109 Market street between Fourth and Fifth. by
mar 29 J. T."BARNITZ.
A WNELCGS aewed at the office _ of the
11. IeWILSON SEWLNO ittatmna co.;
spU-2wd Third. and Mtorket Minx%
"One Hundred Thousand Dollars."
THE CONSTITUTION MUST BE PRESERVED
THE SOLDIERS SUPPLIED !
THE SUBSCRIBERS have at their com
mand ONE HIINDENOTHOUBAND OOLTAR3 worth
of the following goods :
PICKLED PORK, SALT,
SALT BEEF, FISH,
DRIED BEEF, TOBACCO,
DRIED FRUIT, &o. POTATOES,
And all the leading artless in trade for sale COUP by
EBY tit KUNKEL, Wholesale Grocers,
SIGN OF THS
Glorious Star Spangled Banner
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF WALL PAPER,
BOR,Delte, eru., UPLENDID WIIeDuW Bf4ND3, to
which we osh the etteurn of our Mende, and deddially
Invite theta to carmine our good. and prices.
We are determined to soli cheap Wad the place.
BOBElngit'S B.rOg RUBE.
aplg-tf mar the Harrisburg Bridge.
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY!
rpHE beat defini n g. and proneun4ll4
tlonary of the Beef& language ; Also, Woreeeltees
School Dictionaries. Werister , s Pictorial Quite and
School Dictionaries for sale at
apl3-tf Near the Harrisburg Bridge.
rrHE subscriber begs leave to inforrahis
friends and the public teat he has taken the FARM
PA'S HOTEL, In Market street opposite the Post Office,
rmeriy J. Stahl's, where he la prepared to 11000/3014)•
date them on reasonable terms. Ravin refitted and
furnished the Bones entirely now, he hopes by strict at,
tention to business, to receive a liberal share of atron.•
age. [api4nad] B. G PETEttS.
TIITSMOMEUBS, Ornamental Mantle, Japanuaa Metal
TYLORRIOMETERS, do do Bronzed do
TuaItMOMETBIW, Distillers Tin Case, 12 Inch.
TEIBBOIOIit VMS, do Brass Bound Doable Scale.
THERSIUMETdRS, Union Case, 10-12 Inch.
THERMOMB MILS, Meta& Frame,B-10 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Black Walnut Case, 10 inch.
THERMOMBTERB, Tin Case, 7.3 10 Mott.
We have just received a dna lot or THERMOMBIZRB
of various styles, and are selling them low.
ICALLBIVS DRUG ROM
apl 91 Market street.
CITY BONDS FOR SALE
.ONE OR TWO CITY BONDS of 41500
each. bearing 6 per cent. interest, being a safe and
good investment. Apply to
febthind W. K. MUM
A NEW LOT OF
LADIES' SHOPPING- & TRAVELING BAGS
• Comprising a number of new styles GRNTS' and LA.
DIES' Money Purees and Wallets. tine aniornnekt
net received and for sale at
BERGE/WS OBELP BOOKSTORE,
61 Market Street.
A. New Feature in the SDIOB Trade,-
IMPORTANT JO HOUSEXEEPERSI
E. R. DURKEE & CO.'S
In Tin Fai t (Melon Paper ,)) cued .Niill Weight.
BLACK PEPPER, OINOEA, NUTMEG,
WRITE PEPPER, AILSPI E, MACE,
CAYENNE PEPPIER, CINNAMON, CLOVEP,
TN THIS AGE of adulterated and taste.
J. less tspices, it Is with confidence that we introduce
to the attention of housekeepers these superior and
genuine articles. We_guarantee them not only
ABSOLVIZLY AND PEEFEQTLY PUMA
but ground from fresh Spices, selected and °leaned by
ns expressly for the purpose, without reference to cost.--
They are beautifully packed In tin foil, (lined with pa
per, to prevent injury by keeping, and are FULL
WEIGHT, while the ordinary ground Spices are almost
Invariably short. We warrant them, in point of strength
and richness of Savor,
BEYOND ALL COINPARASON,
as a single trial will abundantly prove. Every package
bears our Trade Mark. Manufactured only by
R. R. DURKEE it CO., New York.
For sale by WM. COCK. JR. &CO. 
200 CARRIAGES AT AUCTION.
SECOND SPRING SALE FOR 1861.
TN consequence of the extraordinary
-± money pressure of the times and the amiumulittlon
or his stook of NEW CARRIAGES. the subscriber will
hold a second sale for this Sprlng,lB6l, which will take
Wednesday Morning, May 8, 1861.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M:, •
PHILADELPHIA BAZAAR ,
NINTH AND SANSOM STS.,
The assortment (abow, Two Hundred) will be lhlly
equal to that °Wend at the first Bale, including all the
most modern stylt.s. and Rom some of the beat mercers
of Philadelphia end Wilmington.
,i-The Sale wl.l be positive. .
rorNo postponement ..n account of the weather.
19 3:d ALFRED b. HERKNEEIz, auctioneer.
rthOSING OUT oar still large assortmen
‘..; of FURS, consisting of
• handsome Dark Sable Setts,
Handsome Dark Siberian equine! Setts, '
doe line stock of all kinds of low price furs,
A chance for Bargains in Fine Furs. -
Call• at CATEICARTS,
N 0.14 Market Square,
an 24 eat to tee Etarriabar2 Sink.
riIHE ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN
is solicited to oar very large assortment of
UNDERSKIRTS AND DRaWEIS Of every size arid muddy.
Oscar' Jonvis KID Groom, best article manufactured.
All the different kiwis Of WOMB GLOVES.
Largest assortment of HESISIIT in the city.
CDAVATs, &WEEDERS, HANDIEBECIIUSFS, Beady Hemmed.
And everything in Gents' wear, at
Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
PkPLR: 0:, , f1 de):44:14114
CHANGE OF LOCATION.
Tribe old stock of care being disposed of,
the undersigned has broke out in a new place and
tao is bed a daily freight line be iween Philadelphia, New
York, Harrisburg and all points on the Northern Central,
Sunbury & Erie and lackaWana & Bloomsburgralizoads•
ThankMl for the litter el patronage heretofore extended
he hopes, by promptness in de.ivery, to retain all his old
customers and patrons 411 goods intended fur the line
must be delivered at the depot oi the Philadelphia and
Heading railroad, Broad and Glilowhill streets, Phliadel=
phia. All goods delivered nt the depot up to Ave o'clock,
P. hi., will reach Harrisburg next morning.
J.,WALLOWER;Jr General Agt.
marll Reading Herat, Harrisburg:
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED
STOCK OF BRANDIES!
CASTILLION & CO.
BISQIIET, MICOORE & CO.
- JAMES ECEINI3ESSY & CO.
OTARD, MKT & CO.
J. tz-F. MABTI,T. '
.TIMES - ROBIN & CO. .
MAREIT, & .CO.
For WO by 11 . 21416428,
17d IS Market Et', es.
EMPTY BARREW.B.—Two %Hunred
Empty Flour, Sugar and Wine Barrels or all da:'
scrlttens and priors.
D• W. GROSS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE.
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call your attention to the
largest and best selected stock hi this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS If; PAINTS,
Burning Slnid and• Alcohol,
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturers and Per
fumers of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
Mths - rs tittlsalg
We respectfully invite a cell, feeling cad-
dent that are can supply the wade of all On
terms to their satisfaction.
JOKE'S AND vv tang's PORCELAIN TRIO.
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kinds, direct from the Prorcieteri.
Saponifier and Concentrated Lye I
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we
sell as low as it can be purchased in the cities.
THAYER'S MEDICAL 'FLUID 'EXTRACTS,
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
offer Inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil
Lamps of the most improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burp
Those of you who have not given our HORSE
AND Oil= 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 of their 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 veep abort time furnish
Anything appertaining to our business, on the
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 discrimi
Harrisburg Broom Manufactory.
.TWO DOOM' FROM IRONY Sr., Dr wArafirl:
- OROOMS eold wholesale and retail
1,4 l ier cent. cheaper than can be had etiewbere.-4
Call and examine ear stook.
IN State street' east of the Cspitot, be
•t*een 41i7l and Spruce streets. A new Laser Ber
OCII just opened, where everything in that islets .0 - ..
ninny kept, and would respectfully solicit the patron
age of my nuinerOus frkrids and tturpuhlingenenalY•
•' annual election ft* ele . Ven e - dtorg
willoct Wit itzta awe, or the Frankta - iliffraag
mpany, 4Harriaburg, on Wedneadai. MaY Ist.
arnate S. C. FAHNEVOCir, Ir.
WM. DOCK JR. & 00.
W. ill Oran & (to
WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
Oils, Varnishes and Glass,
alms and Platt,
Artist Colors and TeoLs
Pure Ground Sp►eea;
Lard, Sperm and Pine Oils,
Bottles, Vlaba and Lamp Globes,
Cantle Soap, Sponges and Corks,
ao., Btc., &43. 7 atc., as., &a
With a general_variety of
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL, VABNISTLEA
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN AZ, 7111323 VARIETIES,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS,
TEETH ! TEETH H
COAL OIL ! CARBON OIL I-
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
J. E. PRICE & CO