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Monday Afternoon, June 17,1661
The circulation of the DAILY TELEGRAPH
IS FOUR TINES LARGER than any other
daily published or circulated in this city, and
it therefore presents greater inducements for
the patronage of advertisers than is offered to
them through any other medium. Let those
who want buyers, try advertising in tho TELE
THE MORNING TELEGRAPH
Is issued every morning and con
tains THE LATEST TELE
GRAPHIC DISPATCHES re
ceived during the night.
PICNICS ON THS Fonrra.—Several Sabbath
school and private picnics are in contemplation
for the fourth of July.
TRH SOLDIERS Or ME WAR OF 1812 are re
quested to attend the funeral of George Hata
"WA.), on Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock.
YESTERDAY was the second anniversary of
the Battle of Solferino, where France over
threw Austria, and made Italy free, at the
price of the annexation of Savoy.
BAPT/STS of the Northern States have
set apart the last Friday in the present month
for the purpose of a day of humiliation and
prayer that it may please God to "hinder or
limit the present conflict."
FUNERAL OE MIL HAMMON.- The members
of the fire department are invited to meet at
the Hope engine house at half-past two o'clock
to-morrow afternoon, to attend the funeral of
George Hammon, late a member of the Hope
"'MENG A. Boos NOTE.—One George Miller
was before Aldermen Kline on Saturday even
ing, charged with baying passed a bogus five
dollar bank Dote on Augustus Liebtrue. He
was bound over to appear at the next Court
and answer the charge.
NEW YORK TROOPE COKING.—One of the New
York regiments encamped at Elmira left Caere
this morning for Washington, and will pass
through Harrisburg. Two more regiments are
expected to leave within a day or two, for the
same destination. •
PROMOTED.—Lieut. J. C. Hoyer, of the Cook
man Ranger; has received a commission as
first Lieutenant in the twelfth regiment United
States Infantry. He is a relative of the Secre
tary of War, and said to be an apt military
FUNERAL OF A FEREMAN.—The funeral of
Oscar Snyder, whose death we announced in
this morning's issue, took place at half past
four o'clock this afternoon, and was attended
by the Citizen fire company, of which he had
been a member, and by delegations from most
of the other companies.
SUDDEN DEATH OT AN OLD SOLDIER AND FlRE
xxx.—Mr. George Hammon, of this city, an old
E. - Adler of the war of 1812, died suddenly yes
terday morning. His funeral, to take place to-
morrow afternoon at three o'clock, will be at
tended by the surviving members of the Old
Soldiers' Association, and also by the Hope fire
company, of which the deceased had long been
TUE Don LAW.—Several more citizens were
arraigned before the Mayor to-day for permit
ting their dogs to run at large without muz
zles. • In every instance the offenders were
tined. This mode of enforcing the law has a
tench better effect than impounding or killing
the worthless curs that run about the streets
without any restraint upon the fteedom of the
bite. Thera has been a largely increased de
mand for muzzles within a few days.
Foram or Jtmr.—The committee of arrange
ments to adopt a programme for the celebra
tion of the coming anniversary of American
Independence, met on Saturday evening, and
had a Lull and free enterchango of sentiment,
but took no definite action. Another meeting
will be held in the late City Council room at
Exchange Hall to-morrow evening, at which
time all the members of the committee are de
sired to be in attendance.
THE HAVELOCK has proved an efficient pro
tector against the burning rays of the sun
among our troops. Long marches on a hot day
have been made with these cap-coverings, with
out a single clue of sun-stroke or exhaustion.
It strikes us that if it is good for the soldier it is
equally good for the civilian, and we move that
everybody, necessarily much exposed to the
sun, provide themselves with havelocks. Can
not some of our hatters get up a neat cap of
the kind for every day use? A man is as liable
to suffer from the heat when in citizen's dress
as when wearing a uniform ; and if a havelock
is a proper thing in one case, it cannot be im
proper in another. If Introduced as a civil
"institution," we believe it would soon become
FIN& ruata PAFERL—We suggest to our bro
ther editors, as there are still a few sheets in
this State that cannot conceal their secession
proclivities, but which let the hoof stick out in
almost every issue of their journals, to put a
fov numbers, in which the traitorous element
is particularly distinct, on file for -future refer
slice. When this war for the Union is over,
and traitors of to-day take their place along
tide the tories of the Revolution, it may have
a healthy influence to re-produce some of the
paragraphs of a treasonable nature which we
' 4o metimes see in a few northern journals. Let
LIE keep some of the utterances of these men
wiles- fidelity to their government Is so feeble
as to yield before partisan prejudice, and who
throw every obsViele they can in the way of
the successful proseoution of the war,
CAMP CIIRTIN.—CoI. Seiler has been super
seded In command at Camp Curtain by Colonel
Biddle, of Philadelphia, who is said to be an ex
perienced soldier and accomplished gentleman.
ASEIALLT AND BATTERY.—On Saturday a diffi
culty occurred between two sons of the Emerald
Ilse, which culminated in the prosecution of
one of them, Philip 311 Tann, for assault and
battery, on complaint of his combatant, Pat
rick McNeil'. The former was committed for
trial by Alderman Kline, but subsequently lib
erated on bail.
FLAG DISPLAY ON ma FOURTH.-oCle feature
of the Fourth of July demonstration should be
a grand flag festival. The stare and stripes
ought to float over all our public buildings,
stores and manufactories,and private dwellings.
We have no doubt our citizens, acting upon this
suggestion, will make a flag display that will
be creditable to their liberality and patriotism.
FIRST CITY ZorrevEs.—A meeting of the com
pany will be held this evening, at which time
all young men who desire to be proposed for
membership are requested to send in their
names, as no further additions will be made
until after the fourth c f July. We learn that
the Zouaves will turn out sixty fully equipped
members at the first public parade, to take place
on the last Saturday of this month. ,
Tire "11Nrarstoarastr. Ere."—A letter from
Manassas by a southern soldier says :
"I took a good look at Gen. Beauregard to
day, and though his face shows the leghest or
der of intellect, yet he has the most unfathom
able eye 1 ever looked into. Every one feels the
greatest confidence in him."
The traitor Beauregard seems to be the legi
timate successor of filibuster Walker, the "grey
eyed man of destiny," who ended his career in
front of a platform of soldiers, with a row of
muskets pointed at him.
Amami To STEAL, —On Saturday afternoon,
a professional chimney sweeper, black as the
ace of spades, was detected in an attempt to
steal a ball of twine from Kelker's hardware
store. He was pursued and captured by officer
Wickert, and taken before the Mayor,
who committed him to prison. An empty
bottle was found in his pocket, from
which he had extracted a pint of turpentine
whisky during the day, as was evident from
his "walk and conversation." The ebony
colored offender hails from Columbia, and has
a local habitation on "tow hill" in that town.
A HAPPY FAMILY. —On Saturday night Joseph
and Hannah Parker, residents of the classic lo
cality of Tanner's alley, got %supply of "boom
erang," under the influence of which they
quarrelled with eaoh other, and made things rip
miscellaneously,. to the great Annoyance of
some of their neighbors, who acquainted con
stable Fleck with the doings of the happy fami
ly. That officer made a descent upon their
domicil, interrupted the performance,. taptured
the actors, and escorted them to Alderman
Kline's office, where papers were made out for
their commitment to the reformatory institu
tion In Walnut street.
Di UMM WOMEN.—No less than: five females
were committed to prison on Saturday by Al
derman Kline for drunkenness and_ disorderly
conduct. A few years ago the spectacle of an
intoxicated woman on the street was of very
rare occurrence. Now we witness such pitia
ble sights almost daily. They occur so fre
quently as to excite no surprise or remark.—
The question is repeatedly asked, where do
these women get liquor ? In reply we say
there are scores of dens in the city where
women, white and black, are harbored and
supplied with all the cheap whiskey and lager
beer they can raise money to pay for. It is
time these unlicensed and infamous dens were
subjected to a crushing out process, and their
keepers punished for violating the law.
Alumni liErrniu.—At a meeting of the
company officers attached to Camp Curtin, held
this morning at 10 o'clock, Capt. J. W. Fisher
was called to the chair, and Capt. George Dare
On taking the chair, Capt. Fisher stated the
object of the meeting to be for the purpose of
expressing their confidence in the ability and
integrity of Gov. Curtin, and also to convey to
Col. George A. C. Seiler, on the occasion of
! his retiring from the command of the encamp
ment, the sentiments of their regard and esteem
for him as an officer and a man.
On motion, the following committee was ap
pointed to adopt a preamble and resolutions
expressive of the sense of the meeting, viz :--
Capt. G. Sherwood, Tioga county ; Capt. H.C.
'Uhlman, Lycoming county ; . Capt. G. Oscar
Loraine, Clearfield county.
The committee, after a short absence, ap
peared and reported the following :
Wl:mazes, The officers of the different military
companies now in Camp Curtin have been in
camp with their companies for several weeks
of the worst part of the year under command
of Colonel George A. C. Seiler : And whereas,
The organization of the camp was called for
upon such dispatch as to render perfect system
impossible in all its details. Therefore, -
Resolved, That while we receive with peasure
our new commanding officer Col. Biddle
and recognize his authority and appreciate those
qualities of head and heart which constitute
the true man and soldier under the reputation
which has preceded him here, we still extend
the warm hand of friendship to our late and
excellent commander, Col. G. A. C.Seiler—feel
ing that he has done all that possibly could
have been done to establish and maintain order,
dignify this as a camp for soldiery—looking
well to the sanitary and moral arrangements of
the camp with promptness, yet kindness, which
has thoroughly endeared him to every officer
and soldier now in Camp Curtin and that we
shall remember with pride and pleasure our
military and social relations with him, and
wherever our destines may be cast he will find
us extending the warm grasp of friendship and
opening the portals of our hearts with kindest
feeling towards him.
Replved, That we appreciate the embarrass
ing position of Pennsylvania in organising,
arming and equipping forty regiments of citizen
soldiery, and that we also appreciate the energy
and ability with which our Executive, his Excel
lency A. G. Curtin, has brought it so near per
fection ; believing all that could have been
done under the pressing emergency has by him
and his able auxiliaries been done, and that we
will, individually and collectively, by word and
act, aid him and the other State authorities in
furthering the present plan, so well adopted
and being perfected.
Ptuntipluanta Mailv c etc :graph,
,itionbroui 'Afternoon, Line 17, 1861.
THE "XOTHER OF STATES" is having au un
expected visit from some of 12 , r children.
Rum FUND Coicurrran.—A stated meeting
of the committee Will be held to-morrow,
(Tuesday) evening at half past six o'clock, at
the usual place. By order of the President,
OLIVER EDWARDS, Sec'y.
A. SID GLOVII PRIZE FIGHT.—For some time
past a mutual jealousy has existed between
two young gentlemen of this city, caused, as is
usual in such cases, by a frantic passion which
I he two entertained for the same young woman.
On Saturday' evening matters c me to a crisis ;
and, while the rivals, accompanied by some of
their friends,were "smiling" in a popular drink
ing saloon, the quarrel broke out in a fresh
place ; the Ile was given, and a challenge to
mortal combat was the result. The parties,
whose names we suppress, but will designate
by the initials W. and P., were in favor of pis
tols at first, but by the persuasion of their
friends finally decided upon a resort to the
manly art of pugiEsm. This matter being set
tled the principals, seconds, bottle holders, &c.,
adjourned to a secluded lot, where a ring was
formed, the combatants duly stripped, and ad
the preliminaries • being arranged, the fight
began. We have been furnished with a minute
description of the various rounds, thirteen in
number, but doubt the policy of publishing
it at this period of wars and rumors of wars,
lest it should unduly excite the public mind,
which is already at fever heat. The first round
resulted in the first knock down for W. The
third round ended in first blood for P. On the
thirteenth round W. succumbed beneath a
stunning blow on the left temple, inflicted by
the valiant P., which ended the fight. The
seconds here advanced and gave it as their
opinion that the thing had gone far enough to
satisfy both parties. The combatants expressed
themselves satisfied; and invited the crowd to
liquor, which sOlemn ceremony was afterwards
performed at the European Hotel. The total
damage to both parties may be summed up in
one black eye, a claret-stained nose, and'a torn
pair of unmentionables. The young lady who
was the innocent cause of the quarrel, on learn
ing of it coolly remarked that the aforesaid
W. and P. " made fools of themselves," and
that she "would cut the acquaintance of both."
A sensible girl!
WAR NEWS !—A shrewd old gentleman gets
his paper every morning, and searches it care
fully through, not to_ get the latest news, but
to learn the exact truth of what ho read that
day a week ago. The difference and advantage
in what we say to those who have the interest
of their families at heart, and who take plea
sure in seeing those around them comfortable,
is confirared by calling at the cheap dry goods
store, corner of Front and Market streets.
21 URICH & BOWMAN.
LOST !—A POCKET BOOK containing a Dia
mond ring ; two Plain Gold Rings, stamped
22 and 16 caret, and over Five Hundred Dol
lars in gold and bank notes. Among the
money was one $6O note on the Danville
Bank, and one $2O note on the Harrisburg
Bank ; two $2O gold pieces, and $6O or $B5 in
smaller coin. A number of paperb were also
in the pocket-book. Twenty-five dollars will
be paid, and no questions asked, if the finder
will leave the same at this office. jell-dtf
NEW GOODS mom Nsw YORK AucrioN.-50
pieces of Grey Goods at 10, 12i and 20 cts.
100 dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs for 3,
5 and 6 cts. 10 pieces Lavelle Cloth for 7 cts.
25 dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs for 12k,
worth 25 cts. Splendid Mohair Mitts at 31 and
37 eta. 16 dozen towels at 124 cents a towel.—
Linen Sleeves and Collars at 25 cts. 60 dozen
Sun Umbrellas and Parasols cheap. IMO pieces
of the beat Calico ever sold for 6k eta. 50
pieces Broche Bordering very cheap. A large
lot of bleached and unbleached Muslin. Now
is the time to buy bargains. Call at S. Lzwv's,
Rhoad's old corner.
DR. CHESSMAN'S PILLS,
Prepared by Cornelius L. Cheeseman, M. D.,
NEW YORK CITY.
TTHE; combination of ingredients in these
Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice.
ey are mild in their operation, and certain incorrecting
all Irregularities, Painful Meninruatione, removing all ob
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner
vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the bank and
limbs, Sze., disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption
TO MARRIED LAMER,
Dr, Cheeseman's Pills are invaluable, as _coy will bring
on the monthly period with regularity. Lanes who have
been disappointed in the use of other Pills can place the
utmost confidence in Dr. Clieesemaa's Pills doing all that
they represent to do.
NOTICE . •
There is one condition of 014 female systent in which the
Pt7ta cannot be taken lost/lout Trroductri2 a PECULLIB
Ri.3UL2..211.$ condition werrid to is PREGNANCY—
the result, MLSC4R,I2I4II2c. Such is the irresistible
tendency of the medicine to restore he segue, functions to a
normal condition, that teen the reproductive power of
nature cannot resin it.
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything
injurious, Explicit directions, which should be read, ac
company each box. Price $l. Sent by mail on enclosing
$1 to DR CORNILIUS L. Oareamtail, Box 4,631 , Post Office,
New York City.
Sold by use L , aggiat In evorytows: In the United States
R. B. HUTCHINGS,
General neat for the United States,
14 Broadway, New York,
Zo whom ail Whoimale ordet should be addr..eted.
Sold in..Harrleburg by C. A. SANKVART.
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE, PILLS.
Prepd"CCIIPMI PreSCripiio9l, of 'S'irJ. Marke, D
hp:cum Extraordinary to the Queen.
This Invaluable 'medicine is unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female,
constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and re
moves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be
TO. MARRIED . LADIES . _ -
it is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time, bring en
the monthly period with regularity.
• each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stump Or Great Gritain, to prevent connterteita..
There Pills Manta not be taken try females them the
FIRST THREE MONTHS of Tregnaas y, as they are sure
to briny on Miscarrioge, , but at any other time they' two
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections,' Pain in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, hese Pills wil
circa a cure When all other means have failed ; and al
though a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in trio pamphlet around each package
Mitch should be carefully preserved.
N. 8.-11.00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au•
thorizedAgent, will insure a bottle, containing 60 Pills
by return mall.
por sale by C. A. HAMINTAST.
MANN 00 D.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED
JUST PUBLISHED ON THE NATURE,
TREATMENT AND RADICAL CUR?. OF SPERMATOR
RENA, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervous
nen, DiVoltintary Emissions and Impotency, resulting
from Self-abuse, &o. By Robt. J. Cuiverwell, M. D.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post
paid, on receipt of two stamps, by Dr. CHAS . J. C.
ELME, 127 Bowery, New "York. Post °Moe Nos- No
A CARD TO THE LADIES
DR• DUPONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
u correuung, regulatm,l, and remo7ing s
obstructions, from whatever cause, auii
wayn sum:useful as a proven
rriliESE PILLb HAVE BEEN USED B 1
X the doctors for many years, both in France an,
America, with unparalleled success in every case ; an
he is urged by tuany thousand ladies who used them, it
make the Pills public; for the alleviation of those sufferin,
from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an increase of tatiiily where health will not permit it.—
Females particularly situated, or those supposing them.
selves so, are cautioned against these Pills white in that
condition, as they are surci to produce miscarriage, ass
the proprietor assumes no responsibility alter this admo•
ninon, although their milliciess would prevent any nee.
chief to health—otherwise the Pills are recommended.
Fob and expileit directions accompany each box. Price
01 00 per box. Sold wholesale and retail by
OHARLES A. BANNVART, Druggist,
No. 2 Junes Row, Harrisburg, Pa,
"Ladies," by sending him 01 00 to the Harrisburg
Post Office, can have the Pills sent tree of observation tic
any part of the country (confidentially) and "free of pot
tege" by mail. Sold also by S. S. Sravaus, Reading,
Jormseev, HOLLOWAY A COWDEN, Philadelphia, J. L. LEM.
URGER, Lebanon, DANIEL H. Liztrsoc, Lancaster; J. A,
Weil', Wrightsville ; E. T. Ilimaza, Nork ; and by one
druggist in every city and village in the Union, and by
S. D. Howe, ole proprietor. New York
N. 13.—Look out for counterfeit,. Dry no thilden Piht
of any kind unless every box is signed S. li. Howe. Al
others are a base imposition and unsure; therefore, as
you value your lives and health, (to ray nothing of be
log humbugged out of your money,) buy only of thos,
Who SLOW the signature of S. 0. Rowe en every box,
which has recently been added on account of the Pill ,
being couuterleited de3-dwitaw ly .
The Confessions and Experience of
PUBLISH:FM for the beuent and as a warning
and a caution to young met who suffer from Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay, etc., supplying at the came
time, the weans of Self Cure, by one who cured himself.
after being put to great expense through medical imposi
don and quackery. Single copies may be had of the uu
thor, NATI3ANIEL PcIATTAIR, Esq., Bedlord, Kluge county
N.Y., by enclosing a postpaid addressed envelope.
W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE!
PHIS i3PLEN DID HAIR DYE has uo
equal—instantaneous in effect—Beautiful Black or
Natural Brown—no staining the skin or injuring the
Hair—remedies the absurd and ill effect of Sad Dyes, and
invigorates the flair for life. No:iu are genuine n aloes
Sigued "W. A. Batchelor " sold everywhere.
CHAS. BAICEIELOR, Oroorietor.
81 Barclay Street, I 0 .v Yo
COUG)I6.—The sudden changes of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Al •
fections. Experience having proved that simple reme.
dies often act speedily and certainly when tahen iu the
early stages of the disease, recourse should at once be
had to "Brown's Bronchial Troches," or Lozenges, let
the Cold, Cough, or irritation of the Throat he aver so
slight, as by this precaution a more serioni attack ma y
be warded oft Public Speakers and Singers will find
them effectnal for clearing and s trengthening the voice,
see advertisement. dolo-11-8 wawfim
PURIFY THE BLOOD
MOFFAT'S LT.IN PILLS AND PtIGNIS BITTERS.—
tree from ali Mineral Poisons.—ln eases of. i , icrosula
Ulcers, Scurvy, or Eruptions or the Skin. the Operation
of the Life Medicines is truly ash - hit-Ming, often removing
in a few days, every vestige of these loathsome diseases
'by their purifying effects osi the blend. Billiuus Fevers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles, and In short,
most ail diseases seen yield to their curative properties
No family should he without them, se by their timely
use much suffering and expense may he saved.
Prepared by. Vl'.l B. lit/FS'AT, S U., New 11 . 0111:, and
tsale by all Druggist , novhw.ty
A CORRESPONDENT of the Siftle Paris, the
government organ of Prance wiles from Ttnii3, Algiers,
as follows :
"Our college of Fhilosophers at home, may, and pro
bably do aceemplisbn great deal for the C 4 ,130 01 setenee
but the Americans are the people to turn these disc./var
ies to practical account. .11any of tie modern inventions
in use here 'are American. and me American chemist,
Dr. J. C Area, at Lowell, sapplles much of the medicine
consumed is this country. His Cherry Pectoral, 121110,
tiarsaparilla and Ague Cure coustitate clue staple reme
dies-hero, tin--inaro din!, am applia.itinn, earn in
their results and have the ceuildeace of the people.—
While the science of Medicine is carried to a nigher per
fection in our own country (France) than. any other, It
strizcs a Frenchman as a little singul .r that an American
Phyt:.sian should furnlsh the medical skill und remedies
fur our Principal Province.
We are happy to inform our reader; that these E upe
rior medicines which the Emperor's Principal Province is
obliged to get from America may be had by our neigh
0. A. Oantivart's, C. K. Keller's, D. IV- Gross it
J. M. Lute's, tiolman tic Co.'s, Armstrong Harrisburg,
and dealers everywhere.
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE I
Win. Batekithir's Hair Dye !
The Original and Best in the World.
.+1 others are mere itetatious, and should b e avoided
if you wish to ensue ridtitye,
GRAY, RED, Mt, =SU( HAIR dyed instubtly to a.
beautiful and Natural Wawa awl Blacs, without injury
to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN . DIEDALS and DIPLOMAS have boon award•
ed to Wm. A. Batchelor since 1859; ana over ROO ap.
lineations hive been made to the Hair of his D.:trot:is of
his famous dye.
Wit. A. DATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be disiingnialied from nature, and is warranted
not to injure in tee least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill ellecis of Bad Dyes ; the Ilair
invigorated for life by this splendid Dye.
Said in ad cities and towns of the United. SLate..., by
Druggists and Fancy Goo;I:i DaWers. .
4w The Genuine has the nee and adare.ss upon a
steel plate engraving on foar shies of each bos, of Wit-
LLAM A. BATCIigLOR. Address
CHARLES BATCHELOR, Proprietor,
ell•d&wtaug • Si Bareluy street,' New York
,ORA.B CIDER 1 !—Strictly pure,.spark
ki beg and sweet—haa received a 61lver Medal or Di
ploma at every state Agroulturad,Fair sire° 1866. For
sale by . • - IYItl. DOti.d. tc
JUST ItE - CIETVED
ANOTHER. - 1,0 1 T 01? TEIOSE
EXTRA FINE POINTED
OF NEWTON'S (ferruerly-' Bagley 'aj
manufacture, warranted to be the best fa material,
the finest pointed, most durable and as cheap us as)
market, ter sate, with a Variety of. Geld and clove:
Cases or various Mass and tirittes at
A Three Story Brick louse on Second.
stroet. Also a Two . Start' Frame House on Pastors
street. Apply to
- C. O. ZIMMERMA N
5ta7.411 No. V.II, South :i6iICOLIIi 01, HArr;a;.urg.
NOTICE TO COUNTERFEITERS.
W il l E y a bet i e s i:g s a e ;ol e t r u a c i L e te r t Lave the
es late. o
Members of Congress ani. senators on letters and docu.
ments, notice is hereby given that such franks will avail
them nothing as they will not be recognized. and all such
letters must be sent to the Dead Lotter Office at Wash
ington. dome seven hundred lettirs are now lying at
thu office with counterfeit :rants on them, and the per
son who deposited them had better e;11 for them and
get them properly mailed. If the authors of these franks
can be discovered it will be the duty of the undersigned
to have them criminally prosecuted however painful it
May be. jai() GEO. BERGNER, P. 11.
. FREIGHT REDUCED.
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GOODS ORDERED IN THE MORNING RE
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For flutter information inquire of
myle GEM E BERGN E en
krXl2s 2 r,„ An excellent article of Com
, • tie mammal Note Paper can be had for
Wpm ream at BELO:WE R'S CUE dr BOONSIQBE.
giY The time for opening proposals under the
following e.dverlisement is extended to 12
o'clock M., Friday, June 21, 1861 additions being
made to the articles to be proposed for.
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFCE r
Harrisburg, June 8, 1861. 11
Sealed proposals will be recievcd at this office
until 12 o'clock, M., on Friday, the 14th day of
June, 1861 for the following Army supplies
and materials deliverable at the State Military
Store, Harrisburg, in quantities as required.—
Siid proposals to be publicly opened at the
time and place named and the successful bid
ders to be =ileum d as soon thereafter as con
venient—the right being reserved by the State
to increase or diminish the number and quality
of said articles.
Twenty Hospital Tents, with poles, pins,
buttons and slips complete, any pattern
One thousand Common Tents, army pattern,
poles, pins, St 3., complete.
One hundred Wall Tents, army pattern,
poles, pins, flies, B;c., complete,
One thousand five hundred Camp Settles,
sheet iron, three sizes, in nests Ist pounds.
Three thousand seven hundred and fifty Mess
Pans, sheet iron, weight 2 pounds.
Proposals will be received at the same time
for furnishing the Niexican or other pattern of
Tents ; samples, drawings, and specifications
to be furnished with bid.
12,000 all wool Pantaloons (army regulation
preferred, if they can be had in time.)
30,000 Shit ts, army standard and quality.
6,000 Undress Caps, indigo blue cloth.
6,000 Blouses, indigo army blue, all wool
12,000 Canteens, army pattern, covered, with
15 Regimental General Order Books, full
15 Regimental Descriptive Books, fall
16 Regiment.l Order Books, full bound.
15 Regimental Letter Books, full bound.
15 Regimental Index Books, half bound.
150 Company Order Books, full bound.
160 Company Clothing Books, full bound.
150 Company Morning Reports, full bound
150 Company Descriptive Reports, full
150 Post Morning Company Reports, full
Samples of the above books to be seen at
this office. They are all to be full bound, ex
cept the Regimental Index book, and all demi,
except Post Morning Reports, which are to be
cap. The Regimental books each three quires,
except the Descriptive books, which are to be
five quires. The Company books each one
quire. See Army Regulations, pages 11 and
12,000 Haversacks, with straps complete
It is desirable that all the above articles be
of domestic manufacture, and where any of the
articles are furnished by the United States, the
same must conform in all respects to the sealed
standard pattern in the United States Quarter
Master's Office and Military Store, Philadel
Ten per cent. of the amount of each delivery
o be retained as a forfeiture until the contract
is completed. Time of delivery to be consider
ed as of the essence of the contract. Contrac
tors to state in their proposals the time when
the goods can be delivered. And the speedy
delivery of such articles as are needed will be
considered in awarding the contract. Success
fur bidders to give bonds with two approved
securities. R. C. HALE.
j e,14 -2t Quartermaster General,P. M.
SPECIAL ORDER, No. 23.
HEADQUARTERS R. V. CORPS,
Harrisburg, Pa., June 3, 1861.
I. No officer, non-commissioned officer,
sician 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.
11. The Chief of each Department will be
held responsible for the observance and enforce
ment of this order in his partlzu/ar 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
Maj. GEN. GEORGE A. McCALL.
lif.sar A. Scrum;
Captain and Aid-do-Camp.
- -HAS OY BN,ED
. WITH A FULL, al33Ortnien
!rem the PiniLdelphia. and New York most fasnionable
establishments, to which, cluriag the season, additions
of the latest novelties from those establishments will be
UFO. A. B. BICKERTON,
Formerly A. B. Carpenter, Fiat et the two Golden
eagles, Ora bonnet store from the Harrisburg Bridge.
JOHlq B. SMITH'S
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
LWAYS on hand a large assortment of
EtiCrEE, SHOES, GAITERS, &e., of the very beet
futilities for ladies, gentlemen, and obildrens' wear.—
Prices to suit the times. Ali kinds of WORK MADE TO
ORDER in the best style by superior workmen
BEL'AitilliG done at short notice.
JOHN L. SMITH, Harrisburg.
CASEY & BROWN, •
AVING- associated together in the
prdotice of the Law, will attend faithfully and
promptly to alt professional business entrusted to their
Olno.-: in Third street, three Mahn from Matte:
N. B: Consultation , : in English and Berman,
OFFICE-THIRD STREET, (SHELL'S ROW,
N EAR MARKET.
Residence, Chestnut street near Fourth
CITY OF HARRISBURG, "wee::
FLAGS 1 F1+49.06 . 11
MOTE PAPER AND EN V ELOPES with
S:ati.nai designs, LETUP. PAIER with a view 01
printed And for sale at
ai 24, Near the Harrisburg Bridge.
PUBLIC NOTlCE.—Notice is hereby
given that letters testamentary on the estate of Rev.
0, R. Waugh, late of the city of Harrisburg, Dauphin
county, deceased, having been duly granted to the sub
scribers who reside in slid city, all persons having
claims or demands against the estate of said decedent
are hereby regueoted •to make known the came to the
subscribers without delay.
SARAH S. WAUGH,
WM. H. Etna,
HOZONY ' SEALER Coax,
SPUT ?sae, Sams!,
blaimow FAT 131AYA,
• WHO= Pam, Sco., &o. Just received and for sale at the zowast VASS PRIM.
obit) VOL WOK J. & CO.
HINTS ON THE, EMERGENCIES
Field, Camp, and Hospital Practice.
1~3r7~:~✓;tU;Z•1' '1• :G N;a •AlrftKlf~yJ:i;CU);Z.-fa•7i~~RY,rylf Trll
For sale at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
COMMERCIAL NOTE PAPER.
Juet received from the mill a fine lot of
Note Paper at it 30 per ream at the
jes-Iwd EAGLE WORKS.
SPECIAL ORDER, NO. 1.
MAD QUARTERS, P. M.
Harrisburg, May 27, 1861. t
Quarter Master General R. C. Hale is ordered
to forward the clothing, as per requisitions
dated 28d May last, by Colonels Harbamft 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,
ABUILDING LOT, situate in West Har
risburg fronting on Bradstreet 20 feet, and run
ning back 16]. feet, mora or leis, to a 20 foot alley, ad
joining on one side tho iloporiy of Mr. Blumenstine.
For particulars enquire of SM/MICK. BOIEFFBFI. at
May 8, 1861
LIME FOR SALE.
THE I3NDERSIGNED having embarked
In the LIMP. EtUsINESS is prepared to furulatt to
very best article at short notice, and at the to west pr toes
for cash. He cells the lime burnt at Colombia and also
that burnt at borne.
my 2- dam PETER BERNHISIL.
XI IOKORS, OAK AND PINE WOOD
OV2 TO STOVE OE WED LEIVOIi TO sun
ALSO, LOCO= POSTS AND C'HifS7NDY RAILS CM
ALSO, &ZONE AND SAND FUR BITILDINU
Inquire of the subscriber at his residence on the Ridge
reau, opposite the Good Witt Toguse iloose, or at the
Vani, corner of Second tad drool St.Cdati,. West, Rat
risburg. puy27-if i G. B. WILE.
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER.
WOULD reitpeuttully inform his old
patrons and the public generally, that he will
continue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, ME
LODEON, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH
BASS. He will w'th pleasure wait upon pupils at their
homes at any hour desired, or lemons will he given at
his residence, in Third street, a few doors below the
German Helot - Med Church. dean-al
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
rHE UNDERSIGNED COMMISSION-
Efts of Dauphin county, in pursusnos of an Act of
the rienozal Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, approved the 16th day or 11.8.5, 'SUL, entitled
~A n Act to authorize toe Couunilsioners of tiattpllin coun
ty to appropriate a certain sum of mosey for the sup
port of the familia; of Volunteers during the present
war," do hereby inform the public that they will make
a loan to the amount of a sum not exceeding ten thoultand
dollars, for which bongs will be issued fur a term not ex
ceeding ten years, with coupons attached, for the payment
orhaff yearly Interest, payable at the County Treasury at
6 per cent. Said bonds are lobe clear of all taxation. It
is therefore hoped that the said aoroant in bonds of a uch
amounts as the Madera wilt desire, will be prompt
ly taken by the patriAlft capitalists or others, without
resorting to special taxation at this time.
JOHN 5. MUOBEit,
JACOB REHM, }Commisslonera.
Attest—JosErn =us, Clerk.
ALARGE TWO—STORY BRICK,. HOUSE
and lot of ground, Normandy toasted on trout St.,
between Mulberry street nod ;Pennington Avenue.
Also TWO LARGE PIANOS in good oandition and of ex
cellent tone. Apply to . .
• l'=" CVIAT
DIARRWEA AND CHOLERA
For the cure of these distretaintr maladies. Agreeable
to the taste.
Every soldier should procure a -bottle of this valuable
medicine before they take up [hot Hue of march. For
C. A. BANNVAIIT'S, Drug Store,
AQUANTITI of Bags, Cheeks and Ging
hams for eats by the desert and. piens, cheap ter
aisle, at the DALlViilte OJUNIY tLUdON. nayS4os
HARIMBORG bitty 6. 1861.
frIHIRTY ABLE-BODIED AND SOBER
A. MEN wanted for the Mounted Artillery service.—
Apply at Camp Curtin to Lieut. JACOB .11. BARB.
VVILL be received at the I'ENNSYL
- ',AMA CANAL OFFICIE during the present
month for the construction of a BRICK. ertWI,R, (about
800 feet in length,) from the canal of Mantel street
bridge to Baton creek. For particulars enquire at, the
office. THOS. T. riTlH,tafahi,
Engimeer and Superiattiwieht.
Harrisburg, June 13, 1810..—jela-d .
TO NE WSPAPER PURLISHERS•
ACOMPOSITOR in ill-health and alie.
having lost his hearing, is desirous of procurin
employment on a country paper ; wages not as much an
object as Work in the country. Address . 4 31..)14pty5i-
TOK," Harrisburg Post OlUos. jel&A
JOHN W. BROWN.
BETWEEN NJ W YORK
- _ AND LIVERPOOL.
LANDING AND EMBARKING PAS
SENGEES at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver
pool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship company
intend despatching their full powered Clyde-built Iron
Steamships as follows :
GLASGOW, Saturday, 22d June; CITY OF BALTIMORE,
Saturday, 29th June; KANGAROO, Saturday, 6th July;
and every Saturday, at Noon, from Tier 44., North River.
FIRST CABIN s7s 00 - I St - E.E . AGE., .... .$3O 00
do to London $BO 00 I do to London •I 00 .
do to Pails $B5 00 do to Paris ..... 00
do to Hamburg..sBs 00 I do to Hamburg 00
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen, Rotter
dam, Antwerp, &c., at equally low rates.
gpirrerscins wishingto urtug euttheir friends can buy
tickets here at the following rates, to New Torte : From
Liverpool or Queenstown; Ist Caton 575, $B5 and $lO6 .
Steerage from Liverpool 540 00 ' From Qatientibiwn,;.
These Steamers have superior accommodations r for
passengers, and carry experienced Surgeons. They are
built in Water-tight Iron Sections, aad nave Patuat lira
Annihilators on board. For further information applg
at the C,ompanyrs Offices. J.NO. O. DALE, Agent.
16 Broadway, New York,
Or 0. 0. Zimmerman, Agent, Harrisburg.
STAGE LINE FOR GETTYSBURG
FARE REDUCED TO $1.25 THROUGH TO.
THE undersigned has established a
regular LINE OF STAGE COACHES Item Mechanics
burg, connectiog every other morning with the Cumber.
land Valley Railroad ears. The coaehea leave every.
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, returning every
other day. -Passim:igen' for Shoppardstown Dilieburg,
Petersburg and Gettysburg are carried at reduced Met,'
Jell-dtf wK. .1. TATE, -
S. D. GROSS, M. D
FOR SALE !
City Property Sor Sale.
C. 0. 211121BRILAN,
No. AS, Smut Second street
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