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Moods' Afternoon, April 29, 1861
Tus EXTRA Sgssroar of the Legislature will
convene at 12 o'clock M. to-morrow.
rue Loot UP contained about a dozen tenants
last night, mostly vagrame, all of whom, upon
a bearing before the Mayor, this morning, were
Ito erly dealt with.
Ms members of the dtati Capital Bind are
requested to meet at their room at seven
o'clock this evening. Business of the utmost
importance will be considered.
The muster rolls of the several companies of
some Guards organizing in our city already
present quite a formidable array of names, and
new signatures ure constantly being obtained.
GoYMMINT TROOPC—A tine drove of horses,
recently purchased by the Government, passed
through here to•dsy. We believe they were
intended for the troops at Carlisle Barracks.
Tits Homo GUARD, cf the Third ward, are re
quested to meet at Military II (corner of
Third and Walnut streete) at halt-past seven
o'clock, on Tuesday evening nest, to designate
the time when they will meet to organize.
Tom lifsroß, tbla morning, received several
bulky boxes of clothing belonging to our vol
unteers at York, sent here to be returned to
their families—the companies having obtained
their regular uniform.
VOLUNTIEFAS m Catmint —The Curtin Guards
of Bellefonte, and a company from Jackson
ville, Westmoreland county, attended divine
service at the Locust street Methodist Episcopal
church last evening.
VERIVECI Timss.--This company under com
mand nf Capt. John Nevin and Lieut. H C.
Alterman, attended the Methodist church in
Locust street last evening in a body. They
were eloquently addressed by Rev. Frank
Moore, the stationed clergy man.
Tug RIQUIBMON of the President of the
United States for twenty additional regiments
of volunteers from this State, will doubtless
create another busy time in our city for the
next week. A regiment from Erie county,
under command of Col. 6l'Lane will arrive here
some time during, the latter part of the week.
Tun Ross OVABD . will meet at the armory
at 7 o'clock P. M. for
the purpose of electing a first Lieutenant.—
Every person who signed the , muster roll is
expected to be present.
PRIACHING IN "CAMP CUIMS."—In conse
quence of the rain Rev. Pearce Maher, Dr.
Charles A. Hay and Rev. Thomas H. Robinson
did not preach to the soldiers yesterday, as was
expeoted. They are engaged, however, for next
Sabbath and will preach in the afternoon at 3
Moan Iduartarv.—The City Guard, Capt.
Denny, of Pittsburg, accompanied by Young's
Brass Band, arrived here this morning, and
took quarters at Herr's Hotel. The "Guard"
wear a handsome uniform of blue cloth, and
all are armed with the improved muskets. They
made a floe appearance.
VIONATION has assumed a copdition of con
siderable forwardness during the past week.
The early flowers gaily peep out from their
beds, which looked so gloomy, until within
a few weeks since ; and the dry, bashful buds
are gradually bursting into fresh, cheerful
giedaleaves. It will not be long until all na
ture assumes its summer dress, and then how
much happier might wo feel, wero it not that
tlds usually joyful period of the year opens
la the midst of -national strife, and all the
dreadful paraphernalia of war.
Tue RED, WNITII AND RI,DR.--It has been sug
gested that the ladies wear aprons of red, white
and blue, as emblematical of their patriotism.
Already quite a number have them. The skirt
of the apron is made of red and white stripes,
and the square waist of blue, covered with
small white stars, and fastened at each side
with a cockade. The effect is very pretty, and
we hope It will ba universally adopted. The
lair sex are all actually boiling over with ex.
itement and enthusiasm, many wishing they
were muscular men, so they could fight, and
some have already tendered their services ; de
daring themselves ready any moment to go as
s Florence Nightingale or a Joan of Arc.
Tat County Aeousso.—We are pleased to
learn that in all parts of oar county the work
of military organization is rapidily going for
ward. Large companies for home protection
are being formed, while others of our people
are enrolling themselves as volunteers, with a
view to enter the actual service whenever an
opportunity occurs. We should like to hear
of more cavalry companies being formed. A
force of this kind will be eminently useful, if
not indispensable, for scouting purposes in
case the scene of conflict should happen to be
near this locality. The Star Spangled banner
is broad and long, free and strong enough
to embrace in its folds, and protect all
wile espouse and defend it. It is the
*sable,* of Marty throughout the world. It
is hallowed by the memory of our forefathers,
and rich with the glory gained under it in the
dark days of our nation's history. Let us nail
the glorious banner to the mast, and maintain
it with our !Ives, our fortunes, and our sacred
honor; its integrity and supremacy throughout
The Stars end Stripes ! What power shall stay
Immortal Freedom's onward way
The Heavens are the triumphal arch
Through which she takes her mighty march !
The mighty marsh ! Nor shall she halt
Till, like the spangled, azure vault,
Ver every land around the world
The Stars and Stripes shall be unfurled !
SrEciat, Kamm of the Citizen Fire Com
pany will be held this evening for the transac
ion of important business.
PATRIOILSI IN COMM —Our national anti. a n
the "Star Spangled Banner" was bung as part
of the services by the choir in St. Patriche
(Catholic) church yesterday. The effect is des
cribed as having been thrilling beyond measure,
filling the hearts of all with increased love and
veneration for our country's flay.
Tll6 RED, WHIM AND BLUE.—The ladies of
our city are wearing aprons, rosettes and bead
dresses of rod, white and blue, as a token of
their sympathy with the Union and its gallant
defenders. Let the fair and loyal daughters of
the free North imitate their ,patriotic example.
In this second war of Independence let our wo
men prove themselves in every way worthy of
the mothers of '76.
MUTH AT CAMP CURTlN.—Patrick WOAD,
aged about 30 years, died yesterday at Camp
Curtin, from the effects of exposure and irreg
ular habits. The deceased arrived here about a
week ago as a private in the Danville files,
commanded by Capt M'Clare, but was not
mustered into the service of the United States,
being one of several detached from the com
pany In consequence of its excess over the num
ber required by law. lie -leaves a wife and
three small children to mourn his loss.
Tat ENACTION IN Bsrantoaa.—We are per
mitted to publish the following extract from a
letter received by one of our citizens from a re
lative in Baltimore, under date.of Friday last :
"A strong reactiowis showing ,itself. Even
the Sun of this morning days it Is niit a seces
sion paper. The factis, we feel ourselves sur
rounded and must back down. What can poor
Maryland do against so many? 'Used up, te
totally. This is being felt now. • Secession
fever subsiding. A few days ago no man dared
to say Union ; now, how different?
Exams 106, Pennsylvania Railroad, on Fri
day night with the express train east, met
with an accident-when in the vicinity of Hil
lerstown, thirty miles west of Harrlsbnry, that
might have resulted very seriously. While at
full speed the axle of the driving wheels broke,
throwing one of the wheels from the locomo
tive. The result was of course a great concus
don, but nothing farther in loss of life, limb
or material damage to the machinery of the
TES INCIDDITS OF 111 Z CAMP are of COTAO too
numerous to note and print, but the following
is too good to be lost. While the Union Blues,
of Delaware county, commanded by Capt. Har
ry Edwards, were passing the crowd present to
view the grand parade last Saturday, we heard
a friend remark, alluding to the Blues, "That
company of men look tierce enough to come
from John Hickman's district." He did not
know that the Blues were in reality a portion
of Hickman's constituents, and we print the
remark merely to show the strong resemblance
between brave men everywhere. Captain Ed
wards of the Bluee is a gallant soldier, an
original California pioneer, who will distinguish
himself on the tint opportunity.
Wm. Sees, 0. S.
How TO MAILS AN AMERICAN FEAO.—Notwlth
standing the number in use, few persons know
how to make an American flag properly. The
rule is as follows : The flag should be one half
longer than wide, viz : If six feet wide, nine
feet long ; if eight feet wide, twelve feet long.
The stripes should be alternately red and white,
seven red and six white, top and bottom both
being red. The field should be blue, and ex
tend over seven stripes, commencing at the top,
four red and three white. The stars signifying
the number of States should be white, arrang
ed on the blue field in the shape of a five point
ed star. We have seen many flags with thirty
four stars, which is not correct, as by act of
Congresse the additional star is not added to
the flag until the Fourth of Joly succeeding
the admission of a new State.
TAB Fonownw is a list of the companies
mustered into the service of the United States
at Camp Curtin, last Saturday, by Captain Sim
mons, U. S. A.:
Lackawanna Rifles, Scranton Luzern conn-
ty, Captain Christian Robinson; Schuylkill
Guards, Miceraville, Schuylkill county, Captain
Franklin T. Bennett; Pittston Artillerists,
Pittston, Lucerne county, Captain Solomon
Stnrmer; Ridge Bangers, Youngstown West
moreland county, Captain John W. Johnston;
North Huntingdon Guards, Jacksonville, West
moreland county, Captain Samuel T. Marchand;
Columbia Guards, Danville Montour county,
Captain Oscar Ephlin; Wynkoop Artillery,
Silver Creek, Schuylkill county, Captain Wm.
Winlack; Union Guards Reading, Beaks coun
ty, Captain David A. Griffith; Duquesne Greys,
Pittsburg, Allegheny county, Captain John Po
Including the above companies, the total
number of companies mustered into the United
States service at Camp Curtin, up to last Satur
day evening, is one hundred and forty-six,
making, in the aggregate, a force of 11,242
ANNIVERSARY of THE PaoTrLvAtra Ems
Somm.—lt is cheering in these times of fever
ish excitement to see any thing that recalls ns
to those peaceful duties of life which war and
rumors of war have almost entirely driven
from our thoughts. The Bible, with its law
abiding precepts, and its peace loving spirit, is
the great hope of our land ; and those who be
lieve in it, and love it, should be more than
ever zealous in disseminating its blessed truths
every where among our people. We are glad
to hear that the Pennsylvania Bible Society is
to hold its anniversary meeting in our city this
week. The introductory services will be in the
Presbyterian Church, on liarkqt Square, to
morrow evening, at 7} o'clock. The Rev. C.
P. Krank, D. D., is expected to deliver the
On Wednesday forenoon a Convention of
delegates from Bible Societies will be held for the
discussion of subjects connected with the opera
tions of the Society. In the °Teak II the anni
versary services will be in the Presbyterian
Church, Market Square. Many interesting
speakers are expected to take part in those ex
ercises, and it is hoped that our community will
feel an interest in them, and will derive benefit
The following is the committee of arreinge•
memo appointed by the Dauphin cplmty-i3ocio
ty :—Bev. W. R. DeWitt, D:D., C. C. Hay,
1). D., B. B. Itsacock.
peunopluaniu Mailp . titgraph, illortbati 7t.fterttoon, 2k.pril, 29, 1861.
ATTENTION ROBERTS GUARDS.-YOU are TO
quested to rivet at Brant's hotel this evening
at 8 o'clock.
GOVSELICMENT MEESENGERS. —A special train
arrived here at one o'clock last night from
the west, containing government messengers
from the States of Ohio and Indiana. The
messengers had a conference with Governor
Curtin, and then proceeded to Washington via
BLAIR AHEAD.—There are eight brothers in
the different companies that came on from
Blair county. Sorry we did not learn the
Well done for little Blair ; but we do not
think she is quite ahead yet. While she furn
ishes to all her companies eight brothers, Cen
tre furnishes to the CURTIN Guants alone seven
of the Lucas family,*three of the ?dyers family,
three Bells, three Cooks and two Stovers ; and
the most remarkable feature of the whole
affair is that all these seven are• related either
directly or indirectly to each other.
Tun Beam Cousvy.—The Pottsville Em
poriuns of last Saturday, alluding tO the volun• .
tears from Schuylkill county, says "thus twen
ty-one companies, with an aggregate number of
nearly two thousand men, have already left this
county. If the other counties of the State
were to send men in the same ratio to their
populatlou,nearly seventy thousand men would
be furnished by Pennsylvania alone. This out
pouring is unparalleled, and demonstrates how
great is the spirit of patriotism, that has so
aroused the whole population. We learn that
several other companies are full, and others are
forming with& view of offering their services."
AMERICAN Fraos.—Nayer within the mtwory
of the "oldest inhabitant" has so much patri
otic bunting been "flung to the breeze" in this
section of country. From all the public build
ings, from eveiy flag staff, workshops, and from
many private residences, thi loved and vener
ated "star spangled banner" floats proudly in
the breeze. We suppose we should , love our
Union sufficiently well without a aliht so in
spiring, and so eminently calculated to fill us
with vatriotio emotions; but somehow our
country's emblem, when flung to the breeze,
always has the effect of increasing our love and
warming our zeal for that country.
Vora or Tuatins.—At a meeting of the Belle
fonte Curtin Guards, held at their Head Quer
ters in Camp Curtin this morning, the follow
ing resolutions were unanimously adopted :
Resolard, That the thanks of this company
are due, and are hereby tendered to the Rev.
Franklin Moore, Pastor of the M. E. church of
the city of Hartisburg for his truly eloquent
and patriotic sermon delivered last night ; as
also -for his kindness, interest and friendship
to the citizen soldiery; and that we of the Cur
, tin Guards will long remember him for so
kindly and feelingly inviting us to his sanctua
ry and that we will be glad to embrace every
I avlable opportunity to do so. And upon the
gory field of battle, with those shining stars
and those bright stripes waving o'er us, our
memory will revert in pleasing reminisence to
his kind words„of sympathy and good cheer,
and thts reverting we will do battle for our
glorious country with renewed impetuosity.
On motion, the Harrisburg papers were re
quested to give publicity to the resolution.
Ta■ Cale SWIVEL —The city survey commis
sioners this morning submitted to the Court of
Quarter Sessions, for approval, a lengthy re
port, accompanied with a plan or draft of
the city. The report, we believe, is to be pub
lished for the information of our citizens. The
following is the order of court in relation to the
April 29, 1860. The commissioners appoint
ed by the Legislature, under the 33d section of
the Act of the 19th day of March, 1861, for in
corporating the city of Harrisburg, having
made out a plot or draft of said city, designat
ing the streets, lanes and alleys now existing
and opened; and also where avenues, streets and
alleys shall hereafter be opened; and also des
ignating within the limits of said city a plot
er piece of ground containing not lees than
twenty acres, to be for the use of the public
and of said city for the purposes and uses men
tioned in said act; and having submitted their
draft and report to the Court of Quarter Ses
sions of Dauphin county for the approval of
said court, it is ordered that the same be filed
In the office of the clerk of the Court of Quar
ter Sessions of said county for public inspeo
tion, and that the clerk of said Court give no
tice in at least two daily newspapers published
in Harrisburg for four weeks, that said draft
and report are so filed, and that unless excep
tions are filed thereto by parties interested in
said city, the same will lA, approved at the
August term of said Court.
hro. J. FLAMM, President Judge.
IMPORTANT TO MILITARY Mat.—A manual of
instruction for volunteers and militia, by
Major William °Sham, late United States
Army, Instructor of Tactics and Commandant
of Cadets, Virginia Military Institute, 1 vol.
demi 8 To., 743 pages and 200 illustrations,
published by Charles Desilver, 1,229 Chestnut
street, Philadelphia, and for sale at the Bueh
ler House, House, James Maginnis, agent.
This work supplies a deficiency long felt in
our service, and is of great value to our volun
teer forces at this time. It is based on thepro
motive uperience of the past, and suited to
the exigencies of the present. It gives full
tactical instructions for every arm of the ser
vice, and is in strict oonformity to the regula
tions of the United States army.
Besides the system of tactics concisely and
clearly laid down, it contains a vast amount of
information which is alike indispensable to offi
cers and men. Such as a glossary of terms in
use amongst military men, army organisation,
duties devolving upon the various staff depart
ments, arms and amunition, and a description
of the same, honors paid to officers, the duties
of all officers, in camp and in the field garrison,
the manner of bringing troops into action, the
various orders of battle, the duties of infantry,
cavalry and artillery when in action, the
forms, regulations of courts martial and the
articles of war, and, in fact, everything neces
sary to render this the most complete manual
Knowledge is power, and now, as thousands
of our bravest sons are called from the peaceful
avocations of life to the battlefield, without the
advantages of a military education, nothing
should be left undone by our State authorities
to add to the efficiency of our brave army.—
We hope, therefore, to see this work, which is
etroegly recommended by the highest military
inthorifiee, both North and South, placed in
the hands every officer, at the expense of the
THE city of Harrisburg, by the new surveys,
contains two hundred streets and elle} s.
SENrcxcEs —The following persons, tried and
convicted at the Court last week, were sen
tenced this afternoon.
Samuel Burton, (colored,) larceny of a bag,
horse brush, &c. Fined $1 and fifteen days
Henry Johnson, (colored,) larceny of a tur
key from a farmer. Fined $1 and costs, and
six months imprisonment.
Samuel Anderson, (colored,) fornication and
bastardy. Fined $1 and costs, $lO for lying
in expenses, and 75 cents per week until the
child is seven years old, and to give security
in the sum of $BOO to comply with the sentence.
James Bailey, larceny silf a coat at Mr. Al
rick's office. Fined $l, pay costs of prosecu
tion, and ninety days' imprisonment.
Alex. Curdy, larceny of a coat. Fine, $l,
pay costa and thirty days imprisonment. •
John Hamilton, stealing goods, (school books
&c.,) and receiving stolen goods, known them
to have- teen stolen. Fine, $1 00, pay costs
and one year's imprisonment.
John rbermot, passing counterfeit coin.
Fined s4,pay coats, and one year imprison
Patrick 13reth, two, indictments for forging
checks .on certain banks. In the first case,
fined $l, pay costs and one year imprisonment.
In the second case„fined $l, pay costs and one
Ann ilattison, assault and battery. Fined
$l, and to .pay costs of prosecution.
The Sentiments of a Volunteer.
The•following communication, written by a
volnutekfrom this city, was handed to us for
publication. It has the ring of the true patri
Mr...Alioa -- :—Actuated, I hope by great
love otricauntry, I was among the first to vol
unteer lei services for the good of our common
country. • I felt that I had &duty to , perform
to my country and to my God—all things else
were matters of but secondary consideration.
Strong Were the appeals from an adored wife
—an anthills and affectionate mother and lov
ing sisteri, and I can yet feel the many bitter
pangs it cost me to leave them. I hope I was
actuated by motives higher and far superior
than these;—by appeals more stronger and more
binding-than the ones I had resisted. "Not
that I loved my wife; or mother less, but that I
loved my country more.
Called by the President of the United States
to help him to, trukintain the-Government and
theConatitution *oh* te, and in all Its original
_levra—protict,• its citizens
and tiii&kaliWnitridAinnish rebellion wherever
and whenever found. Actuated therefore by the
highest sense of day and patriotism—ever
heeding throvothwOf Caution from the_illnstri
ous fa th er of hi&country, I-:went forthwith the
determination to battle and to die if
for the preservation of fredom and the perpet
uity-of our glorious Union, feeling confident
tbatlight, justice, truth, and the God of our
fatberawas on our side.
This - great Union, bequeathed to us by our
fathers as a spotless legacy—a pearl above
price—and commanded, "To guard it with an
over watchful eye and be ever ready to pro
tent it where and by whomsoever assailed."
That this, our beloved country, should be as
sallesfibilhose who swore to protect it with
their lives—that things likeunto trartorS' could
be found hatching their vile combinations,
right under the very eyes of the Government,
and tainting the very air we beatbe with their
damning sin and influence—conspiring to over
throw the purest and best government the sun
ever shone upon.
The:Union will, shall, and must be preserved;
and' woe to him who is found fighting against
The traitors and ring leaders of this con
spiracy-must not only be brought to justice in
this sinful and perverse world, but must stand
in judgment before the God whom they have
offended, and whose cause they haveperverted,
there to meet the frowning face of Washing
ton, the angry eye of Jackson, and to hear the
universal condemnation of the world, and to
receive their sentence for their crimes done in
the body. And may God be merciful to them.
A Tans ANZBIOAIL—Go where we may, at
home or abroad,—or on the land,—wherever
we find one of our citizens, standing beneath
the broad folds of our national flag, we shall
see his eye kindle and bosom throb, as he gazes
on the proud emblem floating above him, and
if at such a moment -violence be offered, either
rightfully or wrongfully, to him or to it, his
arm is nerved for the defence with tenfold vigor
and strength. Tire moralist who can sit calm
ly down to analyze the sentiment which is thus
manifested, may dis Cover something of error
mixed up with what is commendable, but so
long as it forms the same part of our natures
with patriotism and love of country, it can not
well be separated. If it be dangerous to arouse
it, it is far more so to trifle with or insult it
with impunity. This sentiment, or emotion,
or impulse, by whatever name it may be digni
fied, has become a fixed and abiding principle
in the hearts of our fellow citizens, and has
been fully exhibited for the last two or three
weeks, in the crowds flocking to Mum & Bow
mart's cheap store, to purchase red, white and
blue Ribbon and other material for emblems of
Naw Atturrals ! New Altavista !.—Just re l i
ceived a large assortment of New Spring Goods.
We-nanie En part ; 10 pieces of beautiful &Bl
ies, 121 worth 181 ; 10 pieces of traveling drew
woda; 8 Wortla 121; 00 pieces bleached and
“obleached ratans, at 10 worth 14 ; 60 pieces
of bleached muslin, at 14 worth 16. Also a
very large assortment of Cassimeres and other
summer stuff for men and boys wear. Also
Stella Shawls, very cheap. Broche bordering,
at 26, 37 and 60 cents. Also, a large stock of
Cambrics and Swiss Muslins, very cheap. Please
call and examine at S. Lowy, Road's old Stand,
Cor. Market and Second streets. 4.
"Tax Las os TEM EYEss Is ist xa9 Ittoon," was said
by inspiration long before Harvey's discovery of its
culation had brought to light its purposes and uses. Now
we know not only that "life is in the blood," but that
disease inhabits it also. Many of the disorders that per
vade the human trains, have their home ink, thrive in
it. The celebrated J. O. Ayer, of Lowel, has had regard
to this Important fact In making a Remedy to cure these
disorders. His Extract of Sarsaparilla purges out the
impurities of the blood. anti induces a healthy action in
It that expels. disease. This looks reasonable, and It is
true, for we know by our own experience. Seldom as
we take any medicine, wo have nevertheless several
times been under obligations to the skill of Dr. Ayer for
the relief which his remedies never fall to ODRA us when
we are obliged to have recourse to them.—Natholic, Hal
ifax, N. S. ap29-luidsw
Of COngestton of the Braln, Wilmot LACY, (a page of
Senate,) son of Elizabeth Lacy, aged 9 years 1 month
and one day. Thefuneral will take place from the rest
deuce of his uncle, Wm: Orulovr, Locust street, on Wed.
nasday afternoon ataree tecdock. His friends and the
'riends of hfs relatives . ire respectfully invited to attjad.
Afew respectable gentlemen can be ac
emmodated with board at Mrs. Johoson's, Tbird
street, below floe street. ap294t*
BETWEEN NEW YORK
LANDING AND EMBARKING PA5..1.41
..1. 4 1 SENORES et QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver
pool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship company
intend despatching their full powered Clyddhuilt iron
Steamships as follows :
CITY OF WASBINGTON, Saturday, 4th May CITY
OF MANCHESTER, Saturday, 11th Nay; CITY OF SAL
TIMORE, Saturday, 18th May ; arid every Saturday, at
Noon, from Pier 44, North River.
RATZEI OP PASUCtIi.
Film. CABIN $76 00 I STEERAGE.... $2O 00
do to London $BO 00 do to London-8433 00
Steerage Return rickets, good for Six M0ntb5......60 Off
Passengers forwarded to Paris, Havre Hamburg
Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Re., at redu ced through
lirl'ersons wishing to bring wither friends can buy
tickets here at the following rates to New York : From
Liverpool or Queenstown; Ist Oabin, $75, $B6 and $lO5.
tteerage from Liverpool $4O 00. From Queenstown,
These Steamers have superior accommodations for
psasengers, and carry experienced Surgeons. They are
built in Water-tight Iron Sections, and have Patent Fire
Annilailators on board. ?or further information apply
at the Company's Offices. JNO. O:DALE, Again,
ap29e • 16 Broadway New York.
' Or 0.0 . Zimmerman, Agent, Harristittrg.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters
testamentary on the estate of Dr. Edward L. Orth
late of the city of Harrisburg, Dauphin county, deceased,
have been duly granted to the s ub scriber who resides
In said city. dll parsons having claims or demands
against the estate of said decedent are hereby requested
to makes mown the same to the subscriber without delay.
• ap29-ltd-6tw ILARTHA F.. OWE, Esectdrix,
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD I
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, APP,U, 15th, 1861 ,
The passenger trains of the Pansylynch Railroad Coin.
pany will depart from and arrive at Harriaburg and
Philadelphia as follows :-
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.16
a. in. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. in.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 6.20 a. in., and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.06 a. in.
FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.16 p. m.,
arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 p. in.
These trains make close connection at Philadelphia with
he New York Lines.
ACCOMMODATION TRAM', No. 1, NU Mount Joy,
loaves Harrisburg at 7.80 a. in., and arrives at 'West
Phiadelphia.at 12.80 p. m
HARRE , BURG ACCOMMODATION TRAM, via Colum
bia, loaves Harrisburg at 4.10 p. tn., and arrives at Went
Philadelphia, at 9 26 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, via Mount Joy,
leaves Harrisburg at 4.20 p. m., connecting at Diller
villa with HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, arid
arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.26 p.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.45 p. m., Harrisburg at 8.06 a. in., Altoona 8.06, or.
rives at Pittsburg at 12.40 p. m.
!SAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 7.80 a. in.,
Harrisburg 1.10 p. in., Altoona, 7.06 p. in., and arrives
at Pittsburg at. 12.20 p. m.
FAST UNE leaves Philadelphia at 11.40 a. in., Hanle
burg 4.08 p. in., Altoona 8.40 p. rti., and arrives at Pitts
burg at 1.00 a. m.
HARRII3EURG ACOOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at 2.39 p. m., Lancaster 6.05 p. m. , Col.
umbla 6.40 p. in., and arrives at Harrisburg it 8.05 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Philadelphia at 4.00
p. m., Lancaster 7.44 p. in.,Mount Joy 8.26 p. m. , Eliza
bethtown, 8.48 p. m., and arrives at Harrisburg at
9.45 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 9.45, p. m.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. East. Div. Renna. Railroad
• PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER,
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A PROCLAMATION. ..
Writers; An armed rebellion exists in a
portion of the States of this Union, threaten
ing the destruction 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 commerce; and
Wmuutite, Adequate provision does not exist
by law to enable the Executive to make the
Military power of the State as available and
efficient as it should be for the common de
fence of the State and the General Government,
WHEREAS, An occasion so extraordinary re
quires a prompt exercise of the Legislative
power 'of!the State; therefore, •
I, ANDRIIV G. CURTIN, Governor of, the COM
monwealth of Pennsylvania, by virtue, of .th e
powers vested in me by the Constitution ' do
hereby convene the General Assembly of this
Mtn nnweilth, and require the members of
the Senate and House of Representatives to
meet in their respective Houses, in. the Capitol
at Harrisburg, on TIJESDAY,TIEIE TIIIRTIETH
DAY OF APRIL, A. D. one thousand eighttpan
dred and sixty-one, at twelve o' clock noonof That
day, then and there to take into considdridon
and adopt such measures in the premisesos the:
exigency may seem to them in their whglorn s to
In testimony whereof I have hereunteksetmy
hand and caused the Great Seal of the CiMilikOli
wealth to be affixed at Harrisburg, this-t Wen
- day of April in the year of Oar Lord ones
thousand eight hundred and sixty-one,.-and of
the Independence of fthe United Slates
By the Governor. -
&Mary 4f the
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