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Thursday Afternoon, April 25, 1561
UNION Esvirsons, Note Paper and Badges
can be had at Bergner's Book Store.
Tae Rassavam and State Arsenal are now
constantly guarded, day and night, by armed
TanLooK•Up contained several tenants last
night, all of whom were dis Missed this morn
ing, except-a rum looking customer, who was
sent to prison for twenty-four hours to sober up.
haus AND Auuarrion.—Five hundred boxes
of the improved tifie-muskets, and a large
quantity of &munition were received by the
military authorities in this city yesterday, and
deposited in the State Arsenal. •
flatworm M3ol7C.—Yesterday afternoon,
while Mr. T. Jefferson Harris was standing at
the railroad:depot, some member of the light
fingered gentry- quietly relieved him of the
sum of eighty dollars.
Tn ERPAER CORNET BAND of Williamsport
favored our once with a handsome serenade
last evening, for which they have our warmest
ihaiks. -The "Repass" has the reputation of
being one of the best bands in the interior of,
the State. .
PROPOSALS POE MILITARY STORES.-11. C. Hall,
Quarter Master General of the Pennsylvania
troops has 'sued proposals for the purchase of
a large quantity of military stores. See ad
vertisement in another part of this evening's
Flux XoLd~rr~aas .=- A volunteer company
of firemen„front Pottsville, arrived in our city
at noon to-By., and have taken up their quar
ters* Camp Curtin. They are a fine stalwart
body of young men, and will render good ser
vice on the field of notion.
ARRIVAL OP NVESTREN TROOPS.- About six
tam hundred volunteers, principally from
Pittsburg, Washington and Westmoreland
counties, arrived in this city between one and
two o'olook this morning. They joined Camp
Curtin, and were mustered into the United
States service to-day.
TUE MOD AND ORDER which prevails in our
city, notwithstanding the presence of an im
mense concourse of strangers, is the subject of
general remark. This cheering state of affairs
is owing, in a great measure, to the existence
of the special police appointed by Mayor Kep
'Tsar stattarts of the Committee of Public
'Safety, whose names appeared in the proceed
ings of the town meeting, published on the
outside of this evening's TamaArn from
our morning edition, are requested to meet at
the Court House at half-past seven o'clock this
Thi "ISDNUNDANT RANGERS," Capt. C. M.
Donovan, the "Ross Rifles," Capt. Wm. H.
Miller, the "Verbeke Rifles," and the "Lochiel
Guards," are the names of the . four military
companies recently organized in this city. We
believe tlfat each have the full compliment of
men, and are anxiously awaiting an acceptation
of their services by the Governor.
&MVO DIMS AT CAMP OURTIN.-A volunteer
named John &error died suddenly at Camp
Curtin last night. The deceased marched to
this city a few days ago as a private in a
Pittsburg volunteer company, but the company
being -too large, be with others joined the
Washington Light Infantry of Pinegrove,
Schuylkill county. Justice Reader this morn
ing held an inquest over the body, and the ju
ry returned a verdict in accordance with the
Fsersswoarar.—At a meeting of Harrisburg
Lodge No. 68 Z. 0. of 0. F., it was unanimous
ly resolved to exempt the members of Bali
Lodge belonging to volunteer companies now
Serving their country from the payment of all
dues during their absence, and in case of their
death to pay the usual amount of money pro
vided for in such cases to their widows.
Washington Lodge I. 0. of Good Teroplars
have pawed a similar resolution with reference
to the dues of the soldiers belonging to that
A PATBIOTIC Towx.—The good people resid
ing in the little town of Halifax, this county,
are very enthusiastic in their patriotic demon
strations. Whenever soldiers pass through the
village in the care of the Northern Central rail
wadi,. their appearance is greeted with hearty
cheering, waving of flags, and other tokens of
welaome. The ladies assemble upon the balco
nies and sing the national airs, while the peo
ple for Mile) around, vie with each other in fur
nishing cakes, pies and other acceptable crea
tive comforts to the way-fivers. Such gener
osity is appreciated.
CUOMO OF Tall PFFN'A. FOULS COLLIOL—
The death of the lamented Principal of this no
ble lcuititution has compelled the Board of
Trustees to dose the College until September
next, when, if successful in securing another
Principal, they purpose resuming the usual ses
sions. Previous, hoWever, to the closing of the
exercises on Tuesday, the Board of Trustees,
upon the representation of the faculty of the
instititlon," granted the degree of Proficiens
Studies Liliraltlus upon the following young
ladles, members of the Senior Class:
Catharine S. Beatty and Susan Mamma , of
Ilarriebarg; Mary S. Meek, of Pinegrove
Pa.; Margaret E. Fisher, of Selleretown, Pa.;
Bliaabetti Collins and Mary A. Collins, of Fal
The first honors of the class were awarded to
Miss Beatty, and the second ,to Miss Mumma.
None regrets mare than we the closing of an
institution which, for eight years, has sent
abroad evidence of the high mural and literary
(mature of the young ladles committed to its
care. ItAtut one of which our citizens were
proud, anilinetly appreciated. Will we look in
ail forte; itt:Oliertiog Y ' We hope not.
Corm , PROCKEDINGS.—We this evening con
tinue our summary of Court proceedings since
noon yesterday :
Com. vs. Mary Avey, Bawdy House. Attach
ment issued for witnesses.
Corn. vs. Geo. Looker, assault and battery,
on oath of Geo. Fisher. Ignored, and prose
cutor for costs.
Corn. vs. Geo. Looker; assault and battery,
on oath of Adam Fisher. Ignored, and prose
cutor for coats.
Corn. vs. Henry Irvin, fornication and has
'tardy, on oath of Mary Ann Fry. Ignored.
Com. vs. Henry Boyer ; • fornication and has
tardy, on oath of Joanna Brady. Case con
Com. vs. Jno. Batik and Nelson Maulson,
malicious mischief, &c., on oath of John Min
nich. Case continued.
Com. vs. Win. Anderson and Isaah Thomas,
larceny, on oath of J. R. Zearing. Case con
Corn. vs. Jno. Martin, riot Bm., on oath of
Jno. Fetterehoff. Recognizance of prosecutor
' Com. vs. Josiah Lentz, - Andrew Unit and
Ferdinand Stout, malicious mischief, on oath
of Jno. Fettershoff. Recognizance of defend
Corn. vs. Daniel Garman, fornication, and
bastardy,'on oath of Mary Gaub. Reeogni-
ZatiCS of defendants forfeited.
Com. vs. Geo. %inter and Wm.
assault and battery, on oath of Fred. Manse.
Ignored, and prosecutor for custs.
Com. vs. Fred. P. Manse, assault and bat
tory, on oath of Win. hrKiesick. Ignored, and
prosecutor for costs.
Com. vs. Levi G. Huber, disorderly house, on
oath of Geo. Garman. True bill.
Com. vs. Thos. Bennet, lafeeny, on oath of
Elizabeth Marshall. Ignored.
Com. vs. Levi Jones, false pretence, on oath
of E. B. Cabaugh. Ignored, and prosecutor for
Com. va. Philip Zimerrnan, adultery, on oath
of Emma Smith:
Corn. vs. Christian Spayd and John Sexton,
larceny, on oath of John StmTel. Not guilty,
and defendants discharged.
Com. vs. Ludrig Damorisky, assault and
batters, on oath of Hannah From. Ignored.
Com. vs John Preston, continued from Janu
ary session. Ignored.
Corn. vs. Samuel Williams, larceny, &c., on
oath of David Hutchinson, ,Ignored.
Corn. vs. Wm. Graaf; JIM: Ginger and John
riot,on oath of Moses Fleck. Ignored.
Com. vs. Samuel Homer, assault and battery,
on oath of Jackson Wickert. Ignored.
Corn. vs. Samuel Girst, assault and battery,
on oath of Casper Edmoyer. Recognizance of
prosecutor called and forfeited.
Com. vs. Charles M'Carty, assault and bat
tery, on oath of Caroline : Warden. Ignored,
and prosecutrix for costs.
Com. vs. John Fetterhoff, larceny, &c., on
oath of Andrew Unit. Ignored:
Corn. vs. Emanuel Denning, larceny, on oath
of D. Lentz. ignored.
Com. vs. Fanny Gish, disorderly house. Con
Com. vs. Levi G. Huber. Attachment or
dered for witnesses.
Com. vs. Arthur Carson, assault and battery,
on oath of Robert Lane. Ignored, and prosecu
tor for costs.
Com. vs. Author Carson, assault and battery,
on oath of Anna Mott. Ignored, and proseou
trix for costs.
Coin. vs. Eliza M. Quick, assault and. batte
ry, on oath of Ann Eliza Carbaugh. Ignored.
Com. vs. Mary Avey, disorderly house, on
oath of Moses Fleck. True bill.
Com. vs. Geo. Williams, assault and battery,
on oath of Geo. Garman. True bill.
Com. vs. Wm. Ferree, fornication and bast.
ardy, on sath of Amanda Bohner. True bill.
Corn. vs. Elizabeth Jones, bawdy house, on
oath of James Lewis.
Com. vs. Catharine and Mary Allen, bawdy
house, on oath of James Lewis.
Special report of Grand Jury recommending
an appropriation of $lO,OOO out of the county
funds, for support of the familiea of volunteers
during the present war, read in open Court and
filed. The Court ordered the same to be pub
Moss ARRIVALS—STARTLING INOIDENT.—Two
fine military companies, one from Lock Haven
and the other from Mill Hall, Centre county,
accompanied with an excellent brass band, ar
rived in this city at 1 o'clock to-day, and have
joined Camp Curtin..
A little incident occured, previous to the de
parture of these companiei from home that
served to inspire them and other spectators with
the wildest enthusiasm. Jest as the compan
ies had marched to the depot of the Northern
Central Railroad in that borough, for .the pup
pose of embarking on the cars for this
city, a large bald eagle approached from the
mountains and hovered in the air for sev
eral minutes directly over the cars ; and
then as the noise made by the irre
pressible acclaim from a' thousand throats
greeted the noble bird, it flapped its wings and
ascended in majestic circles up, up, until lost
to view in the mighty empyrean. The inci
dent was regarded as a favorable omen, and
filled the hearts of all who witnessed it with
additional courage in the great fight for the
maintenance of our glorious "(Won.
Tics TENT/1 REGIMENT, Pa. Volunteers, corn.
posed entirely of companies from the western
part of the State, was organised in State street
and mustered into the service of the United
States, at three o'clock, this afternoon,by Capt.
Simmons, U. S. A. The following are the offi
cers of the regiment : Col. David Campbell, of
Pittsburg ; Lieut. Col. Norton M'Oiffen, of
Washington county ; Major Ales. Hayes, of
Pittsburg. The regiment will leave for York,
Another regiment, to be composed chiefly of
Pittsburg companies, wilLbe organized to-mor
row morning, with - the following officers : Col.
Thomas Rowley, of Pittsburg; Lieut. Col. H.
Purviance of Batter;* Maj. J. AZ. unsaid, of
• . A
Col. Cora denim halt* matittfted arms
or the seeedereAkellmustY leek
ants& cutia nen telegraph, thursbav liternaott, 'April 25, 1861.
Ix Town.—Capt. Eyster, of the the "Came
ron Guard," paid the city a flying visit this
morning on business connected with military
matters. His company are still encamped at
York, and all are represented to be in the best
Luton Aaarvex of Trcoopa.—A body of vol
unteers numbering about sixteen hundred, from
Allegheny, Washington, Lawrence, Butler and
West Moreland counties, arrived here early
this morning, and are quartered in . the State
Capitol, the Lutheran Church and several of
The following is a list of the companies. BO
far as we have been able to obtain them :
Union Cadets, Captain Patterson, Birming
Lawrence Guards, of New Castle, two com
panies, one hundred and sixty men, Captain
Washitgton Invincibles t Washington coun
ty, ninety-seven meri, Captain Armstrong.
Jackson Independent Blues, Pittsburg, sev
enty-seven men, Captain McKee.
Captain J. H. Stewart.
Duquesne Greys, Pittsburg.
Fort Pitt Guards, Pittsburg, Captain Charl
B. S. Zonate Cadets,' Pittsburg, Capt. Rob
Butler Blues, Butler county, General nir
'Monongahela Artillery, Monongahela city,
Capt. R. F. Cooper.
Union- Guards, Pittsburg, Capt. Tienßesort.
Washington Infantry, Pittsburg.
Westmoreland .Guard,, Captain Coulter, and
a company from Jacksonville, Westmoreland
ceriri,. under command of Capt. Marchand.
The troops are principally uniformed, , pro
vided with the improved rifle-muskets, and ex
hibit a great degree of proficiency in drill.—,
They were accompanied by Gen. Negley and
stiff, of Pittsburg.
itzinwin or THE Gsrani• JIIRY.---Tilp Grand
Jury was discharged this morning, with the
thanks of the Court, but before being dismissed
they made two separate reports, as follows, viz:
To the Honorable Judges . of ihe Court of Quarter Airea-
sessions of Datwhin Coenty :
The undersigned members of the Grand Jury
of Dauphin county, recommend to the county .
Commissioners the appropriation of TEN
THOUSAND DOLLARS out of the county
funds, or if necessary to create a loan for that
purpose, for the 'support and maintenance of
the families of such of our citizens who have
velunteered or who may hereafter volunteer
during the present war. Provided, That no
part of said sum of money shall be used until
the Court shall be satisfied that the same is
absolutely needed, and that when' said money
or any part of the same shall be so used, it
shall be disbursed under the directions and su
pervision of three disinterested persons to be
appointed for that purpose by the Court.
J. P. RITIBEIMORD, Foreman.
George Riney. Joseph H. Nisley.
Daniel Heckert. Daniel Strominger
Edward Fry. P. Bernheisel, Jr.
George Stauffer. Peter Heckert.
Henry Garman. William Bush.
Michael Rudy. Benj. F. Wickert.
Samuel Keiper. Nathaniel Ran.
George Rodfoug. B. R. Buffington.
John H. Weaver. W. H. Shorver.
We heartily approve of the patriotism of the
They also made the following report in ref.
erence to cases that came before them for ao•
fib the Honorable the Judge of the Court of Quarter
Bessions of the County of Dauphin:
We, the Grand Inquest of the . County of
Dauphin, do respectfully represent that we
have visited the County Prison.
That we have found everything to be in good
order, and, as a general. thing, the prisoners
have' entered no complaint of either want of
sufficient food or proper care and attention un
der the managemnt of Mr. John R. Boyd.
That we have passed upon a great 'number
of cases, many of which were of a trifling, frivo
lous character, and which we were obliged . to
return ignoramus from a want of the proper
attendance of witnesses. And would respect- .
fully upon the Court the adoption of some
efficient mode compelling witnesses to attend
upon the grand inquest hereafter. We have
also found cause to censure Justices of the
Peace for permitting so many of those trifling
cases to appear before Court, and regretted our
inability to compel them to pay the costs in
All of which is respectfully submitted, &o.
S. P. RUTHERFORD,
MUSTBR. ROLL OF Tai &ATV CAPITAL OVARD.
—The following is the muster roll of the State -
Capital Guard, company H., Second Regiment
Captain.—Wu. B. Sous.
Ist Lieut.—Henry Davis.
2d " —Charles C. Davis.
Ist Sergt.—Robert S. Boyd.
2d " —Joel Landau.
3d " —Lewis Rutz.
4th " —H. H. Lute, Jr.
Ist Corp.—S. S. Davis.
2d —Samuel Bernheisel.
3d " —James A. Johnson.
4th " —John D. Black.
Lot B. Allen, P. F. Eitelbush,
Jacob Barringer, Jr., Fred. Fangel,
Henry Bristol, James Fauvel,
Martin G. Bates, J. F. Porgy,
John Bates, Patrick Finnigin,
Thos. Carry, William Frost,
Addison Crist, F. Heisley Ginty,
Geo. W. Crabb, Jr., Wm. Gilroy,
Godfrey Oarichner, James .Haevey.
Win. Cariobner, Wm. Henderson;
Edward Colie, Wm. H. Hoover,
James Davis, Chas. F. Hippel,
John Davis, Joseph S Hoye;
John Dinwiddie, Herman Hoffman,
Frederick Johnson, Simon C. Kish,
Geo. W. Kline, Alex. S. Miller,
080. W. Lucas, John Mach,
Jacob Lawyer, John Murray,
Jerome Long, John Ho-tints
Wm. Myers, Jos. Milliken
Levi M'Cormiok, Jerome Mille,
Michael Mara, Robert Nixon,
Ed. L. M'Ginley, Henry Neff,
Daniel M'Ginley, Geo. Paulin,
Jos. R. M'Sinisy, Wm. Robinson,
Sol. Mooherum, David Rickard,
Win. !anchorman, Jr. Geo. W. Starry,
David Martin, , Win. F. Spayd,
Win. Matzbugh, Felix Tierney,
Hugh MTarrol, Hiram Winnings, Jr
WAR vs. COMPORT.-IE is pleasant to the good
citizen, after having perused the different ave
nues of information, teeming with the dis
tressing and frightful accounts of war and its
oonsequeneee, until the, heart grows sick Jo
turn his mind upon home comforts, and fancy
to himself his family seated in a cosy little
parlor, covered with those choice Brussels and
'Three-ply carpets at lbws & Boswarets, which
41 0 y ato 0454 Out /it cot. Aitil2642t.
John Fos, Jr
Correspondence of the Telegraph.
BALTIMORE, April 24, 1861.
Baltimore is fast being evacuated, the road
from Baltimore to York is lined with carriages
conveying families north, exorbitant demands
are made by the livery stable keepers, but
every charge is promptly paid, such is the eag
erness of families to leave. The city is now
quiet, and it is believed that a force of 10,000
Nothern troops determined to go through would
not be attacked. The attack on the biassachu-
Setts regiment was made by a lot of young
cowardly vagabonds, who fled before the fire of
only a few muskets. There is an evident fear
pervading the respectable portion of the inhab
itants that the city will be shelled or burnt and
burnt to the ground.
The latest account from Washington report
that pending the arrival of the troops from
Annapolis painful feeling of -suspense existed
there. No communication was reciteved from
the North from Friday to Tuesday, but from
the South information was daily received of the
concentration of Virginia troops to attack the
Capital. The report that there were 14,000
Northern troops was confounded, the ,number
Including volunteers from the district and some
800-regulars did not exceed on yesterday morn-
NEW ARE/VALE I New ARB/VALS !.—Just re
ceived& large assortment of New Spring floods.
We name in part ; 10 pieces of beautiful chal
les, 121 worth 18 , 1 ; 10 pieces of traveling dress
.8 worth 12,i ; 60 pieces bleached and
unbleached remains, at 10 worth 121 ; 60 pieces
of bleached muslin, at 121 worth 15. Also a
very large assortment of Casslmeres and other
summer stuff for men and boys wear. Also
Stella Shawls, very cheap. Broche bordering,
at-25; 87 and 60 cents: Also, a large stock of
Carnbrics and Swiss Muslim, very cheap. Please
call and examine at S. Lewy, Road'rold Stand,
Cor. Market and Second streets.
POST OFFICE, HA.RBISSURG, PA., Aprii 15, 1881
- Pennsylvania R. R.
E ot. 6 A. M. Way Mail.
12.15 P. M.
? 9 .30 "
Wc at. 12 M. Way Mail.
8.80 P. M.
9 • u
Columbia Branch, P. R. R.
3.30 P. M.
Northern Central R. R.
,South. 12.16 P. M. Way Mail
North: 1:_ P. M.
Lebanon Valley R. R.
7.30 A. M.
Dauphin $o• Suquehanna R. R.
• 1.30 P. M. ,
7..80 A. M.
_ . 1 P. M. Way Mail
• : ; By' Stage.
7 A. M., to Gettysburg-, on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday. - - -
7 M., to Jonestown, on Monday, Wednesday
I P M.; to Lewisberry, on Saturday.
-Ofcoffours on Runday—kFoto 71 to 8i A. M.,
and 8 to"4-P. M.
Toittigtiti.Califotniit,_Corotitido; Nevada, Da
-4-41.11 ers tin,drtrarteient'Aeivspapers are re
quired, to be prepaid by Stamps before they
can be mailed.
GEO; BICHCOMM; P. M
Inlthe name and by the authority of
the'Conymonwealth of Pennsylvania.
- A PROCLAMATION
WEIEREA; An armed rebellion exists in a
portionof .the States of.this Union, threaten
ing- the deitraction.Of -the National Govern
ment, periling public and private property, en
dangering the -peace 'and.security of 'this Com
monwealth; and inviting systematic piracy upon
our commerbe; and • •
Wuramaa, Adequate provision does not exist
by law in enable the Execetive to make the
Military power of the -State as aVailable and
efficient: as,it ahead, .he :..forlhe common de
fence of the State and the j General Government,
Wurriiis, An toecifilori so-extraordinary re
quires a -prompt exercise of the Legislative
power of.the;State;. thereforo,
I, ANDREW G. Ceram, Governor of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, by virtue of the
powerslested - in me by the. Constitution, do
hereby Convene the General'Assembly of this
Commonwealth, and require the members of
the Senate and House of Representatives to
meet-in their.respeetive Houses, in the Capitol
at Harriaburg, on TUESDAY;THE THIRTIETH
DAY OF APRIL, A. D..one thousand eight bun-.
dred and sixty-one, at twelve o.' chock noon of that
day, then Mad there to takilinto consideration
and adopt such measures in the.preinliesas the
exigency may seem to them in.their. Wisdom to
In testimony whereof I-have hereunto set my
hand: and the Great Seal of 'the Common
Wealth 10 - bet affixed at Hairisburg, this twen.
tteth-day of April hi the year of Our Lord one
thomhareight handred'arisixty-one, and of
the Indelieridenee of the United States the
By the Governor.
• ELI SLIFEB,
Seereletry of the . Commonwealth.
200 CARRIAGES AT AUCTION.
SECOND SPRING SALE FOR 1861.
TN consequence of the extraordinary
mousy pressure of the times, and the accumulation
of his stock of NEW CARRIAGES, the subscriber will.
hold a Second sale for this Spring,lB6l, which will take
Wednesday Morning, May 8, 1861,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.
AT TES _
NINTH AND SANSOM STS .,
The assortment (abons. Two Huddriol) will be fully
equal to that offered at the' lirst.Sald, including all the
most modern styles, and front Same of the best makesS
of Philadelphia and Wilmington. •
arTho Sale will be positive.
garNo postponement on account of the weather.
19-2td ALFRED IL HERSNES , I, Auctimieer.
A LARGE AND, WELL SELECTED
STOOK OF BRANDIES!
PINET, CASTILLION & CO.
L RLSQUET, TRICOCHE & CO.
JAMES HENNESSY & CO.
OTARD, Du'TY & CO.
J. & F. MARTLE:
J .- LILES-ROBIN & CO.
,MARE TT & CO
Forint° by JORN H. ZIMMER ?
- la Market Street!
BETWEEN NEW YORK
. .• - AND LIVERPOOL. •
LANDING AND EMBARKING ,PAS
SENGERS at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver.
pool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship company
intend despatching their 'full powered Clyde•lmilt Iron
Steamships as follows :
GLASGOW, Saturday, 27th April; CITY OF WARD.
_Saturday, 13th April; Vlilo, Saturday, 11th
April ; and every Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44,
RAM OF I'IIBACTO
FIRST CABIN. ..... 475 00 SIEBRAGE. RO 00
do to London $BO 001 do to Londoa..s33 00
Steerage Return 'rickets, good for Six Months .80 00
Passengers forwarded to Paris, Havre,. rfarnburg,
Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp; arc., at reduced through
Aft-Persons wishing to bring out their friends eanimy
tickets here at the following men, to New:York : From -
Liverpool or Qaeenstown; Ist Cabin, $75, $B5 and $155 - .
Steerage from Liverpool $4O 00. From Queenstown,
Them Steamers hay. superior accommodation for
passengers, and carry experienced Surgeons. They are
built in Water•tight Iron Section, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators on board. For farther Information apply
at the Company's Odioo3. JNO. 0. DALE, Agent,
apll-tr, lb Broadway, New York.
Or 0.0 . 'Zimmerman, Agent, Harrisburg.
NEW COAL OFFICE.
rTIHE UNDERSIGNED having entered in
1_ to the COAL TRADE in this city, would respectfully
solicit the patronage of the citizens.. I will keep on hand
Coal of all sizes, from the most celebrated and approved
mines, which will be delivered to any part of the city,
free from dirt and other impurities. FULL WEIGOT
GUARAEITEED. COAL FOE BALE BY TEE. BOAT LOAD, CAS
Loan cm Emma lox. Persons purchashig by the Boat
or Car Load will receive 2,240 pounds to the Ton.
Office No. 74 Make', street, second door from Dewber
ry alley. Yard on the Canal, Net of North Street. Or
dere lett at either place will receive prompt attention.
apld.iyd JOHN W. HALL, agent.
FROM One to Five Hundred Dollars
worth of CITY BONDS. Enquire of
C. 0. ziNnunuten,
marl 4 No. 2B South Second street.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NEW IMPROVEMENTS' AT REDUCED PRICES.,
THE WHEELER & WILSON Mannfao
luring Compe i ni having' paned an their suits at
law, with infringing manufacturers of Sewing Machines,
propose that the public should be benefited thereby,
and have accordingly reduced the prices of their Sewing
Machines. . After this date they will be sold at rates that
will pay a fair profit on the cost of manufacture, capital
invested, and expense of making sales.; such prices a
will enable them to make first class machines, and, as
heretofore, guarantee them in every particular.
In accordance with the announcement above I will
sell their splendid Sewing Machines at prices from $45
to $9O for the fine fall case machines. It is iwell estab
lished fac t that the
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Nadine
is the best one in the market, the best made, most euple
and least liable to get ou t o f order, and they are now as
low as the inferior ma chines. Call and see them a
Third and Market.
del-Om W. 0. HICKOK, Agent
1861. 1861 .
INTERESTING' TO ALL I
CATHCART & - BROTHER
N 0.1.4 MARKET SQUARE,
HAVE NOW OPEN TEES USUAL LAWS ASSORTMENT OP
SPRING DRY GOODS I
ALL HINDS, ALL PRICES, EVERY MVP, EVERY QUALITY,
ANY MAKE, PRICES LOW ACCORDINGLY.
DRESS GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY!
HEAVY STOCK OP DONN= GOODS, PRICES LOWER
Every inducement !Oared to purchasers at
AH r 4 •
mar 2 3 Next door to the Harrisbu rg eT° Rink.
OPENING} OF SPRING AND SUMMER
Black and second Mourning
DRESS GOODS, - -
English Rep. Mourning Silks, -
Plain Black Foulards,
Black end White Dress and 'Foulard Si
Purple and Black "
Lupin's Crepe Tammatane,
64 Mousaelelnes Palates,
3-1 " it
Pena Clothe, (new article),
Lupins Extra Alpacas,
Neopolitan Silks and now goods,
Black and Purple All Wool Delaines,
White and Black All Wool Delaines,-
Dateline Cloths, Challis, Delaines, Cashmeres,
Mohalrs, Parbilennes, Silk Warp Lovellas,lapin's
S. 4. Bombazines, 8 4 Crepe De Espange, Camels
Hair Lustre, new goods, FrenchOingharns, splendid
styles, English Chintzes Domestic Ginghams, bilk
Warped Plain Black Challis, Lupin's Grenadines,
Croton Cloths, &c., &e., &c.
Our stock of all kinds of DRESS GOODE in Black
and Second Mourning, was never more complete
than now, or prices more lavorable to purchasers.
Lupin's Square Thither, Shawls,
Cashmere Square Shawls,
Lupin's Long Thibbet Shawls,
Second Mourning Shawls,
English Crepe Veils, (every size,)
Shrouding Cashmere's, Shreudleg Flannels, Black
Bordered Handk.erchies, Silk Hosiery ? Black and.
Grey Gauntletts,.Black Gloves, (all kmds,) Black.
and Lead Colored Hosiery, Plain Black Ribbons.
large stock of English Crepe, Collars and Sleeves.
New styles er Second Mourning Sleeves and Collars.
Notwithstanding the difficulties in securing a fell
assortment luting department we are confident our
friends and ths public cannel fad to be pleased.—
For styles, make ar d prices, we can fairly compote
with any of the larger establishments in the east
ern cities. CATHCART & BROTHER,
N 0.14 Market Square,
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank:.
W. A. Grunion. GAIGILIRT, in.
COTTON TOP MATRESSES,
.FRENCH CARPET HASSACKS,
On hind and rot sale wholeeale and retail , at the very
lowest rates for cash .
HAIR MATRASSES and SPRING BOTTOMS
MADE TO ORDER.
R e paired a nd made equal to new- very reasonable, all at
N 0.109 Market street between'rearth and Fifth, by -
mar 29 J. T. BA/Min
AWNINGS sewed at the office of the
WHEELER & WILSON SEWING MAOIHNE CO.,
apll-2.wd Third and Market Streets.
EMPTY BARRELS.--Tw o Hwadred
Empty Flour, Sugar and Wine Barrels of all de.
soriptiona and prices.
apB WM.: DOCK 3R. & CO.
• Harrisburg Broom Manufactory.
TWO DOORS FROM FROM SR"-IN WALNUT' ,
.13ROOMS sold wholesale and, retail 20
per Cent. cheaper than can be had elsewhoro.
Ca and examine our stock. '
spy-3md J. E. PRICE & CO.
. FOR THE 'SEASON:
FLAVORING EXTRiOIt ,
Vanilla, beat in market, . •
Rose, Lemon, ... •
• Pine - Apple,
Petio]Distißed Rose Water,
Best E D O&BaktpcSods,
Ratra Par; Spices,
31RIRI ,919 7
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD I
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, APRIL 15th, 1861,
The passenger tralna of the Pennsylvania Hailicad Can.
patty will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows
THROUGH EXPREICI TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at Ili
a. m. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 510 a. to.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at O.aO a. m., sag
arriveei at West Pluladelphia at 10.05 a. M.
FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.15 p..J.
arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10 P. m.
These trains make close connection at Philadelphia wait
ihe New York Lines.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, via Elormt Jo?,
leaves llarrisborg at 7.30 a. m., and arrives at Wait
Philadelphia at 12.30 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, Tia Calmer
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.10 p. m. , and arrives at Wirit
Philadelptila at 9 25 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION 'TRAIN, No. 2, via Mount Joy,
leaves Harrisburg at 4.20 p. m., connecting at Diller.
villa with HARM BORG AMOMMODATION TRAIN, and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.26 p. nt.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
1095 p. m., Harrisburg at 3.05 a, m., Altoona 8.0, at
rives at Pittabarg at 12.90 p. rn.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 7.30 a. in.,
EL.rriaburg 1.10 p. m., Altoona, 7.06 p. m., and arrivals
at llttilburg at 12.20 p. m.
FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 11.40 a, m., liarrb%
burg 4.06 p. m., Altoona 8.40 p. m., and amves at 1111+•
burg at 1.00 a. in.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at 2.30 p. m., Lancaster 6.05 p. in., Out.
umbial3.9o p. in., and arrives at Harrisburg - it 8.05 p. at.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Philadelphia at 4.001
p. m., Lancaster 7.44 p. m., .lent Joy 8.28 p. m., Eliza
bethtown, 8.48 p. m. , and arrives at Harrisburg at
9.45 p. m.
Attention h called to the fast, that passengers leaving
Philadelphia at 4.00 p. in., connect at Lancaster with
MOUNT .101* ACCOMMODATION TRIM, and arrive a&
Harrisburg at 0.45, p.m. . .
RANSIL D. YOUNG,
Supt. East. Div. Rama. Railroad
"One Hundred Thousand Dollars'
THE CONSTIruTION ILTIST BE PRESERVED
THE SOLDIERS SUPPLIED!
THE SUBSCRIBERS have at their com
mendONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS wordl
of the following goods :
PICKLED PORK, SALT,
SALT BEEF, FISH,
DRIED BEEF, TOBACCO,
DRIEDFRUIT, &a. POTATOES,
And ell the leading articles in trade for sale assay br
Zlpf & SUICHEL, WholesalCr: is otr: ;
SIGN OF THE
Glorious Star Spangle& Banner 1
A NOTHER SUPPLY OF WAIL PAPER,
tl BORDERS,"&c., SPLENDID WINDOW BLINDS, lu
which we call the attention of our facade, and cordially
Invite them to examine, our goods and prices.
- - WC are determined to sell cheap. Mind the place.
' apl3-11* 1, Near the Harrisburg Bridge.
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY f
ripHE beet defining and. pronouncing Die"
11 tionary of the English language ; Woman)! Pa
School Dictionaries. Webster's Pictorial Quarto and
School Dictionaries for sale at
aplB-tf Near the Narrisburgßridge.
THE subscriber begs leave to inform his
friends and the public that he has taken the FAR*
ER'S HOTEL, In Market street opposite the Post Mar%
Lrmerly J. Stahl's, where he is prepared to accommo
date them on reasonable terms. Having retitled and
furnished the House entirely now, he hopes by strict at•
tention to business, to receive a liberal share of patron.
ago. - [apt.3md] B. B. PETBRS.
THERMOMETERS, Ornamental Mantle, Japanese Meta/.
THERMOMETERS, do Bronzed do
THERMOMETERS, Distillers Tin Case, 12 inch.
THERMOMETERS, do Brass Bound Double Sale,
THERMOMETERS, Union Case, 10.12 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Estelle Frame, 8.10 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Black Walnut Cam, 10 Inch.
- THERMOMETERS, Tin Oasci, 7.8-10 Mob.
hallejust received a Ilno lot of THERMOMETE is
of yariousetyles, and are selling them low.
- ' HELLER'S DRUG STORE,
ap3 911Sorket stroa
CITY BONDS FOR SALE.
ONE OR TWO CITY BONDS of $3
each. bearing 6 per cent. interest, being a safe
good investment. Apply to
feht Said W. B. VERBEKE
CHANGE OF LOCATION
Thei• old stook of oars being disposed of,
the undersigned bas broke manta new place and ON.
taolished a daily freight line between Philadelphia, New
York, Harrisburg and all points on the Northern Central.
Sunbury & Erie and LackaWana & Bloomsburg railroads.
Thankftd for the liberal patronage heretofore. extended
he hopes, by promptness in delivery, to retain all his old
customers and patrons ill goods intended fur the lib .
MUM birdelivered at the depot of the Philadelphia unit
goading railroad, Bread and Hallowhill stresta,
phis. All goods delivered at the depot up to Ave o'clocr,
P. 11„,, witrditetrElairbistivg =At morning.
Gen - Vral Agt.
THE SITAISO : RIBER has removed hief
PLUMBING AND BRASS FOUNDRY from Markel
street to FonYth street-above Market, oppanto the' Beth e
church. Thankful for past patronage, he hopes, by strict
attention to' business, to merit a continuance of ft.
: rear26-3mtl . W It. PASSIM
• - NOTICE OF ELECTION.
NOTICE is herebi given that an election.
will belield in tbe-Second Presbyterian church,
(ATinoryibullding) on MONDAY, the oih day of May,
cOmtnencingut 2 o'clock and closing at &o'clock in the,
afternounjor the purpose of electing seven persons to
-serve as Trustees of the Harris Free Cemetery, from thei
`firstifonday in May, 1861, to the first Monday In Mao ,
1863: Etiery free male colored person of the age of 21
years and upwaide r is entitled to vote.
_My order of Um
Seard:Of Trustees.- JOS. 'O. BD:STILL
ap42.12w • Secretary.
'Schuylkill and Susquehanna Railroad
THE Annual Meeting and election of the
stockholders of the Schuylkill and Suiquehanna
pailroad Compalli', as required by their darter, will be
held at the Continental Motel!,, city.of Shiladelphia, Pei:Lu
ny:Wants, on Mottnex, May. 6th, 1012 o'clock M., for tee
purpose of clioosingnPresidcnt andAn Managers toserve
'for an' einidDiS Year, arid also tot the consideration or
suck other business an - nitiy properly be brought before
'skid - meeting. FRANK. S. BOND,
upla-ataaw._ . secretary.
GREAT .EXCITEM - k;NT.
IN Staie street east of the gipitol, be
tire-en wine Sprucentreets. A
new Lager Beer
Biltßarkettepepety - where 'everything in that line Is ge
neraiftpot,-And rieroittd. respectfully solicit the patron
atiptaf iny friends and the public generally. •
lwdeo • if f " '