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Saturday Afternoon, Juno S, 1
The circulation of the DAILY TELEGRAPH
is Fol)II TIMES LARGER than any other
published or circulated in this city, and
it therefore presents greater inducements for
t Ito patronage of advertisers than is offered to
th, in through any other medium. Let those
io want buyers, try advertising in the TELE
D. Emma., of Messiah's Church, Phi
will preach in the Fourth Street
thel, to-morrow (Sunday) morning and even
ii at the usual hour.
Bum, issued by Pennsylvania Banks,
let a law of the late Legielature, are begin
-1,114 to circulate here. Our citizens generally
their appearance as a measure of conven
,. hce, owing to scarcity of silver change.
fns MILITAItit FaVIII has broken out in
Lynestown at last, and a decided war spirit po
-.•ses the natives of that retired and usually
p•Aceful village. The Ellsworth Rifles Is the
r ale of CI new volunteer company formed at
ni.pAsruss or iiin.rriuty.--Four companies
I t Camp Curtfn yesterday, destined for Camp
t iriiiiigtorl near Easton. Their places were
plied last evening by the arrival of the same
niubcr of companies from Philadelphia city.
WAn rRERARATIONS. —Pour trains of pitmen
::: i ears went from this city the other day over
Northern Central Railroad, en route for the
landfill and Orange Railroad, now In pee
_ --ion of the government. Six car loads of
izage wagons have also been forwarded to
Neat of war at the federal capital, from
point an advance movement will bo
:., I IL: within a few days.
ND'S GUARDS IS the title of a company of
t .1 s between the ages of ten and fourteen,
A are regularly drilled by Mr. A. J. Pager, a
t th , rnan of considerable experience in mill
i .1: t talcs. The lade are now soliciting money
t he purchase of a drum, and they should be
, luraged. We predict that the Junior
under the effective tuition of Mr. fager,
soon become proficient in military drill.
FRUIT TIIIEF.—This morning ft fellow who
determined to luxuriate on "a bowl of ripe
wherries smothered in cream," at some
, ,y's expense, stole a box of this delicious
it from the basket of a lady market-goer.
1, fellow was detected in the act and chased
z!,, t1 , 2,1L the market houses; but after several
al tint e Ages he succeeded in baffling those In
purqiit and made his escape.
RELIGIOUS SEMI:1119 eT CAMP.—The usual ro
b Aims services will be held at Camp Curtin tb
iiimiow. Nisei - 4
ill be celebrated by Rev. Mr.
NI Cher in the morning, to be followed with
appropriate addresses by some of our Protestant
ergy man at three o'clock in the afternoon.
In accordance with an order issued two weeks
ago, the gates will be closed against the ad
mission of all children who visit the camp un
accompanied by their parents.
RECIELAUS EN BOUTN.—List, night a company
of United States Dragoons, from Minnesota,
arrived here over the Pennsylvania Railroad,
remained until this morning, and took the
eight o'clock train for Chambersburg. They
were all substantially equipped and armed with
Hhort rides and sabres. Several more compan
ies of regulars, from other points in the west,
are expected to reach here In a day or two, en
route for Chambersburg, where a large addi
tional force Is t.) be concentrated.
PAVING Roam ROAD.—A correspondent re
quests us to call the attention of our City
Council to the terrible condition of this great
tborongti fare. He, for one, says he is perfectly
willing to pave, and insists on, It that Council
should compel all owners of property there,
whether improved or not, so to do. We hear
frequent complaints in relation to this matter,
and we trust that our Corporation will extend
the .ice passed last Autumn; and what
is rat . ottcessary, enforce it when it is passed.
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A nUo..BrIR INsn.—We noticed in our last
issue b arrest of Christian Evy, for violating
tho ordiance prohibiting persons from deposit
ing garbage on the public streets. A bearing
of the case took place before the Mayor last
evening, and the charge being fully sustained,
he was fined three dollars and costa. There
are others beside Mr. Evy guilty of this offence,
and the officers should not discriminate un
fairly in the enforcement of the law. Let
"equal and exact justice" be dealt out to all
Dammam rue Wives of VOLUMES.--
We have heard of instances in which landlords
undertook to dispossess the wives of soldiers
now in the " tented field," for non-payment of
rent. For the credit of the city it is to be
hoped that no more attempts of this kind will
be made ; and forthe information of Aldermen
and Justices, here and elsewhere, before whom
suits of this character map be brought, we
p r int the following section of a law passed and
approved in 1822, forbidding the issue of such
Secrumr. 84. No execution or other process
shall issue against any officer, non-commission
ed officer or private of the militia, when called
Into actual service, under a requisition from '
the President of the United States, or in pa r
suence of the order of the Govrrnor of this
Commonwealth, nor shall any such process is
sue against him until thirty days after he shall
have returned from duty, to his usual place of
residence, or until forty days after he shall
have been discharged ' • and the Court, Alder
man, or justice of the peace, from whom any
such proms shall have issued, shallquash the
same as soon as the fact of any such person
ordered on duty shall have been proven, and
all the costs which shall have accrued in Com
mencing or conducting soy such process, shell
ha ve paid by the person or persons who shall
applied for the
room. said ezeuesiko or other
PAW. A. X. SHOMA.KBR will preach in Brant's
Hall to morrow morning at the usual hour.—
There will be no service in the Hall in the
Nor Teas.—There is no truth in the rumor
currently circulated in this city, relative to the
capture of the Lochiel Greys by rebel troops.
The story was originated hereby some "smart"
individual with the view to create a "sensa
tion," in which he partially succeeded.
Taarrons ABORT.—A few nights ago Mr. So
lar, watchman on the Northern Central Rail
way bridge a few miles below York, bad a
lighted lantern shot from his hand, by some
cowardly assassin, who fled after discharging
his weapon. This circumstance, in connection
with others of recent occurrence, show that
there are traitors lurking about, and our
friends in York should endeavor to spot the
Tam KUM= FBROXBLEB, numbering about
sixty men, marched to Camp Curtin this morn
ing. We learn that a force sufficient to fill the
ranks of the company has been raised at Lykens•
town, and will arrive here in the course of a
day or two. Mr. Wm. W.Jones, of that placb,
is to be elected First Lieutenant of the Fend
bleu, in place of Cornelius M. Shell, resigned.
Oar friend "Corny" has long bad the repute
don of being a "fighting.man,'" and we are at
a lose to account for his resignation.
AN Ann WORK TALL—We have heard some
prodigious stories of the army worm, but the
following from the Louisville Courier, Is the
last and loudest :
" A conductor on the Nashville Railroad fn•
formed us, a few days ago, that his train was
stopped by an emigration of army worms cross
lug the track, and the wheels of the locomotive,
when they came upon their midst, whirled
round and round fp if the track was covered
with ice, and wou!ci not move an inch forward.
The train was bricked oat and the track cleared
of the worms with shovels."
Mons TROOPS PDX CSIRISBUSBURC—Five com
panies of the 8d United States Infantry, via:
Company B, Captain Shepherd ; Company D,
Lieut. Bell commanding; Company G, Lieut.
Williams commanding ; Company H, Captain
Sheridan ; and Company K, Captain Sykes,
accompanied by a band numbering twenty-five
pieces, left Washington yesterday afternoon
and passed this city last night en route for
Ctuunbersbnrg. This movement, in connection
with the concentrating of troops at that point,
is regarded as indicative of immediate designs
by the Government with reference to the strong
hold of the enemy at limper's Berg. Com
pany F, of tke 4th 'United States Artillery,
passed In the same than and stopped at Carlisle
Tam Maas= this owning was largely at
tended by our "country cousins," and
abundantly supplied with every variety of
early fruits and vegetables. There was a pro
fusion of southern strawberries—the supply far
exceeding the demand—and dealers were gosa
w get rid of them at ten cents per box. The
large and biscions berries of home growth were
most in demand and commanded higher prices.
Ripe cherries, " looped up in red bunches,"
the first of the season;werstemptingly displayed
upon the huckster's stands, who found a ready
sale for them at " only one penny a bunch."
Green peas grown by farmers near this city
sold for three shillings a peck. Grass batter,
yellow as gold and of delicious flavor, was
plenty, and at the close of the market pur
chases were made at the unusually low rate of
ten cents a pound! Altogether the market this
morning was the beet of the season, and pro
visions of all kinds sold at reasonable prices.
INTIMUNTIND AND INPARINIVI SCUD. LaSt
evening a new and beautiful American flag was
raised on the public school house in Walnut
street below Second. The occasion attracted a
large crowd of people—many of them ladies—
and the ceremonies were of a highly interesting
and impressive character. Some two hundred
little boys and girls, neatly clad in holiday
apparel, and wearing the national emblem of
"red, white and blue," were' concentrated In
front of the building, and opened the exercises
by singing that good old national song, "Hail
Columbia," most of the spectators joining in
the chorus. Sarah Emily Mather, a pupil of
Miss Eliza Bishop, was then introduced and de
livered a brief address expressive'of the senti
ment of the schools, which was responded to
by Rev. Dr. flay, who concluded his remelts
with an impressive appeal to the Throne of
Grace for blessings upon the people and the
holy cause which had drawn them togethor.
A solemn awe pervaded the vast assembly dor.
ing the delivery of the prayer. The next ges
ture of the programme was the tinging of the
favorite hymn, "Americar• -Which was execut
ed in very creitable style; the children and
spectators all singing "with the spirit and the
undeotanding." A very Interesting and Intel
usso little girl, Bate Bryan Adams, another
i of Min Bishop's pupils, wig then introduced,
1 sad entertained the audience with "Brother
Jonathan's ,Lament," acquitting herself in such
a way as to excite the admiration and win the
applause of all who listened to her. This was
followed by the singing of the "Star Spangled
Banner" in full chorus and with good east,
talat e close of which B. A. lemberton, Esq.,
the at and delivered a brief, able and
el uent address, replete with patriotic , allu
de , which wee listened to with interest aad
reeionded to with enthusiasm by old and
yoag. Mr. Lanibaton retired from the stand
tinier a shower of baguets, when-the glories=
"flg of our Union" was slowly elevated to its
Pim on the lag slat the scholars extd-spada
torirting in singing "B Pluribus Mums."
Wh the flag unfurled its folds to the breeze,
it 7 ,1 greeted with repeated hearty and enthn
ramie cheers which mule the welkin ring.
Alt*ether the scene was one of the most in
terhitt ng we have witnessed for a long time,
and e conduct of the ehildren and the manner ,
in h they acquitted themselves, reflected
she set credit upon the teachers in charge,
M DiShOPs Miss Rnleke, Mrs. McWilliams
Brooks. The Directore of the north
was all present, and actively partiolpatff
iptunspinattla IDatlp eitlegraph, Saturbap - Afternoon, June 8, 1861.
MAYOR'S COURT was held this morning by
Justice Baader, in the absence of Mr. Kepner.
The only offenders arraigned were three
"drunks" and one "vag," all of whom were
Lecares BBST WHO LAUGHS Lasr.—The south
ern journals say, "President Lincoln's threats
are received with a laugh of derision." Good
but when our turns comes to laugh we will treat
the rebels to a Minis ha! ha!
Home Gusan.—The Rol arts Guards and Har
risburg Rifles continue to meet regularly for
drill, and are making rapid progress in the
science of war. We learn that the Guards con
template making a tender of services to the
government, should another requisition for
troops be made, which is likely to be the case.
Ax Homs.—Lient. Charles Davis, of the State
Capital Guard, is now in this city on a visit to
his family. He reports the boys all well and in
good spirits, and informs ns that Gen. E. C.
Williams' brigade; accompanied by the Scott
Legion, left Chambersburg this morning on a
march towards Hagerstown.
Tam Marra PIaXSYLVAIIIIA Enamor, Col.
Longenecker, eight hundred and sixty strong,
recently stationed in Delaware, is now at
Chambersburg, having passed through this city
last Thursday night.
The Eleventh Regiment, Col. Jarret, from
Camp Scott, over eight hundred strong, also
went to Chambersburg this afternoon.
UNDIMOBOIIND RAILROAD.-Au active and
efficient agent of the IT. G. B. 8., informs us
that the stock of the company Is now below
par, almost worthless, owing to the fact that
nearly every Northern man has become an
agent, and the passengers nearly all go free.
Oar informant, who is well known for his genu
ine philanthropy, and who has been engaged
actively as a director for many years, finds, in
his old age, that his occupation is gone ; and
that even those who opposed most strenuously
the operations of the company, are now at the
head of the concern—Gen. Butler, for instance,
does a wholesale business.
FOURTH or num—Another anniversary of
our National Independence is rapidly approaoh
ing, and no movement has yet been Inaugurated
by our citizens for a proper observance of the
day. At this time when treason stalks abroad,
when armed traitors are in open rebellion
against the government, and the Temple of
Liberty is shaken to its center, the loyal people
of the country should give the "old fourth" a
rousing reception. In short, let us have such a
demonstration as was sever witnessed in this
city, and invite everybody "and the rest of
mankind" to participate with us in celebrating
independence day, and doing honor to the
memory of the sainted heroes and patriots
whose bodies now repose in peace beneath the
eon hallowed by their blood. Ae we suggested
on a termer occasion, let as have a regnlax.
faebtonea ceiebration. ' Let the bells ring, the
cannons roar, the drums roll, the bonfires blaze,
the lags wave, and all the people rejoice, in
view of the speedy and signal triumph that
will shortly be achieved by the Hosts of Free
dom, now on the war path to put down rebel
ion and crash treason. We suggest that a
town meeting l called at once to make pre
liminary arrarit! ,uents for a celebration that
will be creditable to our citizens and worthy of
Sztaanossar. REPORTS.—The public ear has at
last, it would seem, become fairly wearied of
the sensational reports which for the last month
or two have been flying through the land ; so
wearied that the loudest shouts of the news
boys, as they try to make sale of their wares,
are getting to be listened to almost unheeded.
It is the natural result of the tremendous ten
sion to which our senses have been subjected of
late, and nothing short of some great battle
will call out the multitudes and throng Market
street as when these troubles commenced.—
Looking back at the peaceful past—the past of
lees than a year since—how deep and abiding
axe the regrets that it will be a long time be
fore such peace will come again. Then the
loss of a European steamer, a great fire, a
blow up on the Mississippi, or events of similar
import, would suffice as items with which to
monopolise for the time public attention.—
Now, when two great portions of the same peo
ple are striving to shed each other's blood,
with brothers and friends in deadly array, we
view it with hardly a sigh for the possible re
snit. The truth is the human mind, as may
the body, can "sup fail of horrors," until every
thing at last palls on the wearied senses. Let
this condition of things continue and at length
the American people may become, like the
inhabitants of Gaeta, so long-bombarded by
the troops of Victor Emanuel, enabled to carry
on their usual avocations almost in the presence
of the plunging shot or bursting shell.
The officers and men of the Towanda Riles '
desiring to express their sincere thanks to Mrs.
W. H. Miller for some fine havelooks furnished
us. And to Mrs. Unger, Verbeke, Cunning
ham and Dull for some fine delicacies not easily
obtained at a soldier's board, and their names
will be cherished by ns with feelings of grate
Faun thsawmatans.—Mr. Mader, opposite
the TIOGRAPE drug, will receive a supply of
fresh and delicious strawberries this evening at
eight o'clock, which will be sold cheap. •
New Goons PRO' Nair Yoinc AUOI7ON.-50
pieces of Grey Goods at 10, 124 and 20 ots.
100 dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs for 8,
5 and 6 ots. 10 pieces Lavelle Cloth for 7 ate.
25 dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs for 12i,
worth 25 eta. Splendid Mohair Mitts at 81 and
87 chi. 16 dozen towels at 12} cents a towel.—
Linen Sleeves and Collars at 25 cts. 60 dozen
Sun Umbrellas and Parasols cheap. IGO pieces
of the beet Calico ever sold for cis. 50
pieces Broche Bordering very cheap. A large
lot of bleached and unbleached Muslin. Now
is the time to buy bargains. Call at S. Lzwr's,
Ithoad's old corner.
E r ri r loquaotity at empty Rotuma bomb, Bop
sad Kest Poky Ihr NW by
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CAMP 01112014 June 8, 1861
W. H. H. Gotta, Captain,
On behalf of the Company.
Ootrons.—The sudden changes of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Af
fections. Experience having proved that simple reme•
dies rotten act speedily and certainly when taken in the
early stages of the disease, recourse should at once be
had to "Brumes Bronchial Troches," or Lozenges, let
the Cold, Cough or Irritation of the Throat be ever so
slight, as by this precaution a more serious attack may
be warded otE Public Speakers and Singers will find
them effectual for clearing and a trengthening the voice.
see edvertieemeat. deld-d-swewem
1 e Confessions and Experience of
arum= for the benefit and as a warning
and a caution to young men who suffer from Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay, etc., supplying at the same
time, the means of Self Cure, by one who cured liftmen,
after being put to great expense through medical impost.
don and quackery. Single copies may be 'yid of the au
thor, NATELMIL HAMM, Esq., Bedford, kings county.
N. Y., by enclosing a postpaid addressed envelope.
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FIFTEEN MEDALS and DIPLOMAS have been award.
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plications have been made to the Hair of his patrons of
his famous dye.
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All the different kinds of Worn* Gummi.
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GENERAL ORDERS, NO, 12.
Hann QUARTZES, P. M.
Harrisburg, May 19, 1861.
Major General George A. M'Call is assigned
to the command of all the military forces of
Pennsylvania, raised or to be raised under the
provisions of an Act of the General Assembly
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, enti
tled " an Act to create a loan, and to provide
for the arming of the State."
He will, without delay, proceed to organize
these forces, according to the provisions of
said Act, and to select convenient locations for
suitable encamping grounds, for the instruction
of the troops.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief,
JOHN A. WEIGHT, Aid-de-camp.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
THE UNDERSIGNED COMMISSION
ERS of Dauphin county, in pursuance of an Act of
the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, approved the 78th day or May, 1861, en titled
"An Act to authorize the Commissioners of Dauphin coun
ty to appropriate a certain sum of money for the sup
port of the Wallies of Volunteers during the present
war," do hereby inform the public that they will make
a loan to the amount of acme not exceeding ten thousand
dollars, for which bonds will be issued for a term not ex
ceeding ten years, with coupons attached, ter the payment
of half yearly Interest, payable at the County Treeaury at
6 per cent. Said bonds are to be clear of all taxation. It
is therefore hoped that the said amount In bonds of such
amounts as Ihe lenders will desire, will be prompt
ly taken by the patriotic capitalists or others, with out
resorting to special taxation at this time.
JOHN 8. HOMO,
JACOB BMA }Commissioners.
OHO. GAB , / RICOH
Attest—Jams Hume, Clerk. ray2ll-dim
SPECIAL ORDER, No. 23.
HiIABQUARTIIHB B. V. Cows,
Harrisburg, Pa., June 8, 1861. 1
I. No officer, non-commissioned officer, mil l
&clan or private of the Reserve Volunteer Corps
at these Headquarters, or at Camp Curtin, will
leave his station or camp without permission
from the proper authority.
The Chief of each Department will be
held responsible for the observance and enforce
ment of this order in his partioular Depart
The Chiefs of Departments will report at the
office of the Assistant Adjutant General of the
Corps when their duties require their absence
from these Headquarters, the point to which
their duties call them, and the probable time of
By order of
Mar. Gm. GEORGE A. McCALL.
HANBY A. Earsirrz,
Captain and Aid-de-Camp.
SPECIAL ORDER, NO. 1.
HIAD Qnnatzsas, P. M.
Harraiburg, May 27, 1881. f
Quarter Master General R. C. Hale is ordered
to forward the clothing, as per requisitions
dated 28d May last, by Colonels Harhamft and
M'Dowell, of the Fourth and Fifth Regiments
Pennsylvania Volunteers, in place of sending
it as heretofore directed. The Fourth and
Fifth Regiments being now in actual service
and in great need of proper clothing.
By order of the Commander-in-chief,
JOHN A. WRIGHT,
reE SUBSCRIBER has removed his
coaimso AND BRASS FOUNDRY from Market
street to Fourth street above Market, oppents the Bathe
ebureb. Thankful for pest patronage, be hopes, by strict
attendee to business, to merit a 00atinullnee Or It.
mar26-Smd WM. PARKRIL .
Barrisburg Broom. Diamdaot,ory.
wu 0(4, R. 3 FROM FR , ..v. . 52., 01 WALNUT
Dtit.1.,14,3 gold wholesale and retail 20
par sent. s:neaper than caw toe had elsewhere.—
wed dkatnsllo ear stock.
nt,r. /Milt J. R. PR= & CO.
HENRY PEFF ER.
OFFICE—THIRD STREET, (SHELL'S ROW,)
Residence, Chestnut street near Fourth.
CITY OF HARRI4BUIte, rmat'A..
my 12 dtl
FRENCH MUSTARD, English and do
mestic Pickles, (by the dozen or hundred,) sone.
nor , shad Oil, Iretobup, Salim and Condiments or every
deizription. my 24 WM. COOK ts CO.
THE undersigned. DOCTOR OF DENTAL
SURGERY, has returned and resumed hLe practice
n ntate street oppoeite the "Brady House," where he
will be pleased to attend to all who may desire his ear
view. [NMI B. M. GILDLI., D. D. 8.
ROYAL QUARTO DIOTIONARY I
THE best defining and pronouncing
tionary 01 the Bnglistt language ; Mao, Woroed3ter's
School Dictionaries. Webster's Pictorial Quarts and
School Dictionaries for sale at
apl3-U Near the flarrisbarg Bridge.
THE BLIND RESTORED TO SIGHT
NO CURE NO PAY!
91HE CELEISRA.TED LADY OCCULLST,
± Miss LAURA LE SEUR, has taken rooms at
TREEERRIIOUSB, in the Oily of Ilarrisburg,Pa.
Where she will treat diseases a the Eyes, on a system
which is perfectly sale, and which has never been known
to fail In removing inflammation, either *onto or chronic,
will remove Illms,opaelties and all extraneous substances
from the eyee, wit bout the use of the knife. She pro.
poses oaring ad who place themselves under her treat
ment; but it she does not care the eyes, she charges
nothing for time or me Adm. jel.dlw*
PURE RYE WHISKY.
20BARRELS PURE RYE WHISKY
in store and tin vale by
JOHN H. =GUM,
myBo 78 Market street.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRIORS
WHERTAR & WILSON'S
NEW, IMPROVEMENTS AT REDUCED PRICES.
THE WHEELER & WILSON Manufac
turing Company having gained Au their calla at
law, with infringing manufacturers or hewing Machines,
propose that the public should be benefitted thereby,
and have accordingly reduced the prices of their Sewing .
Meanies. Alter this date they will be sold at rates that
will pay a fair profit on the out of manufacture, capital
invested, and expense of making sales ; such prices ■
will enable them to make first class machines, and, is
heretofore, guarantee them in every particular.
In accordance with the announcement above I wiU
sell their splendid Sewing Machines at prices from 546
to $9O lbr the fine full ease machines. It is a well °stab.
bated fact that the
:Wheeler di Wilson Sewing Machine
is the best one In the market, the best made, most suple
and least liable to get out o f order, and they ere now na
low as the Inferior machines. WI and see them a
Third and Market.
del-em W. 0. HICKOK, Agent
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES
LIANING .TUST RETURNED from tho
iiiiestern allies where we have selected with the
oanamert oankattlarmand complete assortment of Ca.
slgocods irhiettUnibrace - anything kept in the bast
MIT ueerim, we - respeotfully and cordially invite the
tan and ettanthie our stock and BOMB OUR
r e bin ' Wk. nom JR. & cx).
ery description in Calla and jarß
0 each imed.
mut Aniepc= ,Nce,
Proposals for a Loan of $3,000,000
to the Commonwealth of Pennsyl
In pursuance of the first section of an Act of
the General Assembly, entitled "an Act to
create a loan and provide for arming the State,"
approved May 15th, A. D. 1861, and the sixth
section of the Act entitled " an Act to provide
for the payment of the members, officers and
contingent expenses of the Extra Session of the
Legislature," approved May 16th, A. D. 1861,
and by the authority of the same,
NOTICE is hereby given that proposals will
be received at the office of the Secretary of the
Commonwealth, until three o'clock P. M. of
Wednesday the fifth day of June next, for the
loaning to the Commonwealth the sum of
THREE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS, for the pur
poses set forth in the before named Acts of As
sembly. The said loan to bear an interest of
six per cent. per annum, payable semiannual
ly in Philadelphia, and the loan to be redeem
able in ten years from date; and for the pay
ment of the interest and liquidation of the
principal thereof a special tax of one-half mill
on the dollar has been directed to be levied on
all the property in the Commonwealth tax
able for State purposes. The certificates of
loan shall not be subject to taxation for any
purpose whatever ; and all certificates of the
denomination of one hundred dollars or less
shall have coupons attached ; those of a larger
denomination will be issued either as inscrip
tion or coupon bonds at the option of the bid
The proposals must state explicitly the
amount proposed to be taken and the rate to be
paid. The State reserves the right to accept
the whole or any part of the amount offered to
be taken unless the proposer stipulates other
wise. No conditional proposals will be con
Upon the acceptance of any proposal at leas
ten per cent of the amount must be paid down,
the balance, if preferred by the bidder, in thin
ty and sixty days, when certificates shall issue
for the same, bearing interest from the time of
The proposals must be directed under seal to
the Secretary of the Commonwealth endorsed
" Proposals for Loan."
The bide will be opened at 3 o'clock in the
afternoon of the day above named in the presence
of the Governor, State Treasurer and Auditor
General and such other persons as may see
proper to be present, when, after examinatlon
of the same the Governor will award the loan
to the highest bidder or bidders.
By order of the Governor.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Office of the Secretary of the Common
Hamaxasuno, May 17. 1861.
The time for receiving proposals and opening
bids for the above loan is hereby extended to
the 13th instant.
By order of the Governor.
En SLJFRR, Secretary
The Commander-in-Chief P. M., directs the
following circular to the different Railroad com
panies in the State of Pennsylvania, to be pub
lished for the information of all parties con
Harrleburg, May 15, 1861
The following Rules are established to facili
tate the settling of accounts for Transportation
over your Road, of Troops and Munitions of
Arsf—The State will not be responsible for
the coast of Transportation of any Troops or
Munitions of War, unless your Company
through its Agents, has been instructed to pass
them, or the officer in command produces au
thority, (a telegraphic dispatch to be considered
authority,) from the Governor, directing such
Transportation, or a pass from the Governor be
produced and banded over.
Second.—That the proper Agents of your
Road be instructed to require the signatures of
the officer in command to a certificate, a copy
of which is annexed, copies of which will be
furnished you, certifying to amount of services
performed ; to which must be annexed the
order under which the troops moved, or an
order to your agents to furnish the transpor
Third. —These certificates, and orders attach
ed, will be considered by the proper Auditing
Departments, when approved by the Governor,
as vouchers in the settlement of your accounts.
.Fburth.—The account for the Transportation
of Troops must be produced and settled to and
include the last day of each month, or as early
in each succeeding month as possible.
lifth.—This order takes effect on the first
day of June, one thousand eight hundred and
By order of the Governor nad Commander
Jolts A. WRIGHT,
FORM OF CERTIFICATE.
I hereby certify, that the
Railroad Company has furnished transportation
ON BTATII GOWNIMIENT NERVICIN
By order of
which order is herewith attached.
N. B. The number of Soldiers, Horses and
weight of Field Pieces and Ammunition must
be written at length.
A VERY HEAVY STOOK OF
BLACK AND SECOND
MOURNING DRESS GOODS I
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION JUST OPENED.
At Prices below the Cost of Importation.
mays Next door to the Harrisburg Bank,
TO CONTRACTORS FOR SUPPLIES.
We hereby give notice to all those who may
be contracting to furnish supplies to the State,
under the recent appropriation of three mil
t h a t, havingreceiv ed the power under
that Act of appointing ins pectors of all sup.
plies, and other power also in reference to the
settlement of claims, which was not delegated
to us under the previous Act of April 12th, we
shall hold every contractor to the most rigid
accountability in the settlement of his claims,
and the inspection of his supplies must be of
that character which shall prevent any impo
sition upon the State, and protect the volun
teers who have so nobly responded to its call •
and no supplies will be paid for until they have
been inspected by officers who shall have been
duly appointed for that purpose.
HENRY D. MOORE,
THOS. B. COOSHAN,
JOHN A. WRIGHT,
...Officers and Men.