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Afternoon, June 24,1
p '- V.k.IRTISERS.
1 - 1. • .1 mlation of the DAILY TELEGRAPH
I; 1 t1;:t 115 i ES (JAEGER than any other
p mdi , hed or circulated in this city, and
presents greater inducements for
i ,.dronmge of advertisers than is offered to
through any other medium. Let those
,vtott buyers, try advertising in the TELE-
THE MORNING TELEGRAPH
i , sned every morning and eon-
THE LATEST TELE
-11 IC DISPATCHES re
eei 4uring the night.
it , l FRIENDSHIP Flax COMPANY Will meet to
rt the usual hour, for the transaction of
11,111 taut business. A full and prompt at
t i. i, nee of the members 13 desired.
itt lIERO OF FORT StalTElL—General Ander
,. t ro of Fort Sumter, Finked at Alto°.
i this ;,fl,rl.ooe. The object of his visit to
put :ing of the old Keystone is to re
, mil Li. health.
A sprcur MT,BITqI of the Mount Vernon
ii .ok tv:(1 L Oder company will be held at the
c c 11 ,, tHe at eight o'clock this evening. • A:
:alht•cniance is desired as business of Import
ni:l be acted upon.
Mutlwo of the Paxton Rose Com-
will be held at their hall tomorrow
;.; s ,t a ,) evening, at 8 o'clock. The mem
e : ul l be punctual in attendance as there
I,c i ;. of importance to be transacted.
.v:rArtons Acospro.—The Roberts Guards,
Fir,t City 2,uaves, and the Union Cadets,
o pled invitations to participate is the
• oil' of July parade. From preaeat indica-
• the demonstration will no an attractive
l crcditAble one.
Assms.—On Saturday evening John Frtee
i befur.l the Mayor, charged with maintain
nuisance in Chestnut street in the shape
3 port!) boiling eatabllellment. He was bound
cr to appear at the next Court, when the
:nplainnnts will be heard and the case die
.gar Ccarra.—There is but one organized
now at at Catap Culla, that COM
. .* 6-1 by Colonel Rickets. Another will be
m.d as soon as the companies now there fill
,), tip ir ranks. The Kepner Fenolbles were
a r in to-day, but a few more men aro
d to complete the number required.
GONE TO PRINCJETON.-- BOP. Mr. Cattell, of
o,)!s city, has left for Princeton, to deliver the
i„tinal whims before the Literary Societies
f Princeton College on to-morrow. Several
‘. , unc men of Harrisburg, who have gone
Lningh a regular course In this old and popu-
I , r institution, will graduate during the pre
A Aso MIRY.— Oa Saturday night some
malicious scamp, no doubt a secession sympa
thiser, tore down and stole an American flag
frun the realilence of Mr. Ensminger, corner
of 51. con l end Chestnut streets. The fellow
who perpetrated this outrage is not fit to live
wider the protecting folds of the stars and
ipes. Mr. Ensminger authorizes us to say
tl,At• lie will pay a reward of five dollars for
be arrest and conviction of the thief.
ANOTHER Nutsauct.—On Saturday the chief
~f Police made complaint against Daniel Sibbs
for maintaining a filthy hog-pen upon his
premier. A bearing of the case will take
Place before the Mayor this evening. All nuis
e..ces of this kind within the city limits, which
ltelf,tre with the comfort and endanger the
health of citizens, should be promptly abated;
and our police officcra are to be commended for
Iheir vigilance In this respect.
Music /N m Ptreuc Scnoms.—Our readers
are aware that for some months past vocal
music has been regularly taught in the north
ward public schools, Mr. Wm. A. Tarbutton
having been employed by the Directors for that
purpose. One thy lest week, several gentle
men who understand and appreciate music,
anxious to judge for themselves of the advance
:nide by pupils in the cultivation of the "di
vine art," attended Miss Woodward's school at
the hour usually set apart for musical exercise.
They were very agreeably surprised and plea
santly entert anodes will be seen by the follow.
trig card, furnished by them for publication ;
Wo the undersigned, bed the pleasure of at
tending an informal examination of the pupils
of Mr. Tarbutton in the musical department at
Melted to one of the public schools of this city.
We are a disti,d that no special preparation was
made for the ccatblun, but that the selaolare
were taken by surprise at our appearance. The
proficiency displayed by them, therefore, must
he attributed to a thorough acquaintance with
the science of music, t i
tutu to any par
ticular effort merely for exhibition. When we
ladies acquitted them
Eel re.s in a highly creditable manner, we but
imperfectly express our admiration of the pre
curse they have made in the refining and ele
'rating art of vocal music. The facility with
which they read the most difficult exercises,
and the accuracy with which they vocalized
them, reflect great credit upon that aptness as
well as op in the skill of their instructor. In
the gent period of eighteen months, during
which lime, we are informed, only about sixty
ltssais were given, these young ladies_ have be
come to tonitiar with the principles of music
that With ordinary practice and diligence
they railuut fail to acquire a complete know
ledge of this most important branch of edrlcti
ti WG heartily unite in commending Mr.
ofour elbeen t.zes may share is the advantages
pile of this school.
have so well improved
,Dy th e pe.
Jona A. W ill th it
Gam P. W
The DOG Lamm—Several citizens were ar
raigned before the Mayor on Saturday evening
for permitting their dogs to run at large in vio
lation of the ordinance. They were toed one
flespsittants, ripe and luscious, have made
their appearance in our market, and sell for a
shilling per quart. The strawberry season is
about "played out," but it Is a consolation to
know that we shall have "raspberrlt a and
cream," an equally delicious dish, for some
weeks to come. "Peaches and cream" will
soon follow. .7,gb. ere a highly favored people,
and not sufficiently thankful for the bounties
of ProvidenCe; which are new every day.
Dar os Stranax.—We noticed a number
of soldiers on the streets yesterday staggering
under the influence of liquor. Where do these
men get intoxicating beverages on Sunday ?
We heard one soldier tell another that he
" could get all the whisky he wanted, down
town." That place "down town," and all
others of a similar character, should be hunted
up by our sigilant police officers and the pro
prietors indicted. Our city ought not to. Ile
disgraced, and the Sabbath desecrated, by
scenes of drunkenness and disorder.
COLIEOTOR 07 TARES FOR TES SUPPORT or TER
norms OF VOLURTBERB.—MI. Daniel Snyder
has been appointed collector of the taxes au
thorized to be levied by the City Council, for
the support of the families of volunteers now
serving thelisionntry in the war for the Union.
The tax Upon each individual is a mere trifle,
and we hope our citizens will pay up promptly,
in order to supply the committee with funds,
and lighten the labors of the collector, who
ought not to be asked to call twice for the
small sum levied far such a patriotic purpose.
Has ifestato.--The toiling agriculturists of
our county are in the midst of the hay-making
season. During the past week a great deal of
grass was cut, and this week Ober ; fields, now
ready for cutting, will be vocal witti:•the meivo
"songs of the reapers." In passing througfr
the country, at this season, we are reminded of
the poet's beautiful description of a hay mak
ing scene :
" glorious scene I
Nature's long holiday I luxuriant—rich
In her proud progeny, she smiling marks
Their graces, how mature and eundur•fraught I
Bail I season exquisite I and bail, ye eon
Of rural Will ye blooming daughters .I yet
Who, la the lap of hardy labor raced,
Enjoy the mind unspotted."
Tam Passsuary ov Datums holds another
meeting this week, for the purpeseof ordaining
and installing the Bey. H. G. Finney over the
church at Gettysburg. Most of the vacant
churches in this Presbytery are now supplied
with pastors. We are sorry to learn, however,
that the health of Mr. Dinsmore, recently call
ed to the church at Sliver Spring, is such as to
make it necessary for him to give up preaching
for a time. His congregation, we understand,•
will have his place supplied temporarily, in
hopes that Mr. Dinsmore, to whom they are
much attached, may_ be able soon to resume
his labors among them. Mr. Morris, their
former pastor for more than twenty years, is
now settled over the church at Mansfield, Ohio.
THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL AND PRLLADEL
PIIIA AND ERIE BALLIZOADIL—We have already
alluded to a movement on foot for leming the
Philadelphia and Ede Road, better known as
the Sunbury and Erie, to the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company. The matter was some time
since referred to a committee of the Philadel
phia Councils, who, a few days ago, made a re
port in favor of the measure, and instructing
the Mayor to vote the stock of the city in both
roads to that end. The report was adopted by
a vote of seventeen to three, so that the con
templated arrangement will doubtless now go
into effect. The arrangement contemplates the
transfer of the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad
to the Pennsylvania Road for nine hundred
and ninety-nine years, for which the latter
agrees to endorse $8,500,000 of the bonds of
the former. The road, should the agreement be
carried into effect, will be completed as soon
as circumstances will admit.
Tna 014 IT Oso.unzao REGIMENT now at Camp
Curtin, is officered as follows : Colonel, Wm.
W. Rickets, Columbia county ; Lieut. Colonel,
Win. B. Penrose, Cumberland county; Major,
111.. T. Madill, Bradford county. The regiment
Is composed of the following companies : Iron
Guards, (A) Capt. Weljington H. Ent ; Union
Guards, (B) Capt. Charles D. Roush.; Hones
dale Guards, (C) Capt. John S. Wright ; Com
pany D, Capt: Wm. D. Dixon ; Iron Artillerists,
(E) Capt. Wm. K. Manly ; Northern Invinci.
bles, (F) Capt. Daniel Bradbury ; Cameron In
fantry, (G) Capt. Jaoob Rohrer; Towanda Rifles,
(B) Capt. Wm. H. H. Goa ; Tioga Invinoibles,
(I) Capt. Julius Sherwood ; Subquehaniut Vol
unteers, (K) Capt. John Schull. The Colonel
of this regiment, Mr. Rickets, is a young man,
a graduate of West Point, a polished gentle
man and flrst•class military tactition. The
Lieut. Colonel, Mr. Penrose, is a member of the
Bar of Cumberland county, has considerable
military experience, and possesses the requisite
qualifications to make a good officer.
Tal Pourra.—At a meeting of the Commit
tee of Arrangements for the fourth of July_cele
bration, held on Saturday evening, favorable
reports were received fromMome of the ward
committees appointed to collect money. The
programme will be perfected in the course of a
few days, and published. We believe the de
sign is to have a grand national salute fired, ac
companied by the simultaneous ringing of all the
bells In the city, at sunrise. At nine or ten
o'clock a military and civic parade will take
place, to be followed by an oration, the reading
of the Declaration, and singing of patriotic songs,
in Capitol Park. The Committee intend re
commending a general flag and floral display by
the citizens, and the closing of all places of
banners. Invitations have been extended to
the various military and civic associations,
Sim lay and week day schools, etc., to partici
in the festivities, and some of 'Sun ban
grvldlr"reSiOnded favorably . Let '
of ;Mita heartilysecond the efforts of -the;
Sta:4444einients to F nittie
i fotntbAnteltar INF dist long to be mum:
petntsplvanta Wait telegraph, gimbal) '7Aftentoon, tune 24, 1861.
Tae FIRST hiiniSSOTA REG/KENT, of which
our r ld friend Stephen Miller, formerly of this
city, is Lieutenant Colonel, left Fort Snelling
a few days ago for Washington, and will arrive
some time this week. The numerous friends
here of Colonel Miller in Harrisburg will be
glad to welcome him on his arrival here, and
congratulate him upon his promotion.
THE FLORAL DISPLAY.-At a meeting of the
committee of arrangements for a fourth of July
celebration, the subject of a floral demonstra
tion, recommended by a lady correspondent,
was considered. The suggestion was favorably
received and a resolution adopted Inviting the
the ladies to move in the matter. The com
mittee will cheerfully render all necessary aa
sistanoe to the movement.
&MID& —Mx. John Poffenberger, residing in
Stony Creek Valley, about three - miles from
Dauphin, committed suicide by hanging him
self on last Friday morning. The deceased
was an industrious and respectable citizen, and
the head of a large and interesting family of
children, but was subject to occasional attacks
of temporary insanity, under the influence of
which he committed the rash act, which has
thrown a gloom of deep mourning over an in
teresting family and a large circle 6f friends
PASSAGE OF 'MOOSE; —On Saturday evening
the twenty-sixth regiment of New York volun
teers reached here over the Northern Central
Railroad from Elmira, and passed on to Wash
ington. The regiment numbers eight hundred
men, fully equipped and equal to any that New
York has yet turned out. . They bad with them
several women, in the capacity of nurses, who
seemed to:take pleasure in their position : The
officeri In command are Colonel Christian,
Lieut. Colonel Richardson and Major Jennings.
The regiment came from Utica, and is said to
be one of the finest in thelState. The men are
all armei with Spalogfleld muskets.
Another company of the 'United States
pump, Cadets, of Pittsburg, also passed through
this eity on Saturday, en route for New York,
to join the Excelsior Brigade commanded by
Gen. Sickles. This makes the third company
of Pittsburg Cadets now in the field.
Game Lutoors.—This new camp is located on
the "Shrewsbury camp ground," two miles
south of the village of Shrewebury, one and a
half miles•eaatof New Freedom station. on the
Northern Central Railroad, and about the same
distance north of the Maryland line. Here is
where the Methodists have for years past held
their great annual camp meetings. The lora
tivn is a beautifuLpleasant and healthy one, with
I irge springs of excellent water in the vicinity.
No more suitableepot for a military encampment
could be found in the State, and we admire the
good judgment of those who selected it. Major
Buoy and Lieut. Jewett are busily engaged in
clearing the grounds and putting up the neces
sary buildings and tents. The camp will be
ready foroocupationin the course of a fear days,
and we bear it rumored that the volunteers
now in this city are to be removed to Camp
Lincoln. If this and other current rumors be
true, Catrip Curtin is to be abandoned, and the
new camp at Shreirebury to be made a perma
Lunn FUNIIIIAL.—The funeral of Mr. John
Eisenhower, one of the oldest inhabitants of
Dauphin Bounty, took place yesterday morning
from the residence of his nephew, Mr. Unger,
and was attended by a large concourse of peo
ple. His remains were deposited in the Mount
Zion Cemetery, and the religious services of the
occasion were conducted by, the Rev. G. J.
Marts in the Mount Zion church, which was
filled to overflowing with an interesting and at
tentive audience. Mr. Eisenhower was one of
the most aged and venerable citizens of Dau
phin county, and had already entered far upon
his eighty-eighth year. He was tbe last repre
sentative of a former generation of men, and
among the vast concourse of people that at
tended his funeral, there was but one who knew
him when he was a boy, and he is nearly eighty
years of age. In hie early youth he had con
nected himself with the Evangelical Lutheran
church, and remained a consistent member of
the church of his choice until the period of his
death. He retained to a moat remarkable ex
tent the use of all his faculties, except that of
heating, and hie death was not' the result of
disease, but the gradual decay of the powers of
nature, whilst his mind was dear and calm to
the last, and his hope for the mysterious future
bright and cheering.
Summa.—"How delightful a morning walk
just now," she said. "The birds are singing
everywhere, and the trees and fields have on
their brightest livery of green. Everything
looks cheerful in our favored locality." Thus
chatted one of a party of ladles, on their way
to the cheap dry goods store, of Mum & Bow
was, corner of Front and M arket streets.
' New GOODS PROM New YOBS AITOTION.-60
pieces of Grey Goods at 10, 12} and 20 eta.
100 dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs for 8,
5 and 6 cts. 10 pieces Lavelle Cloth for 7 cts.
26 dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs for 121,
worth 25 eta. Splendid Mohair Mitts at 81 and
87 eta. 16 dozen towels at 121 cents a towel.—
Linen Sleeves and Collars at 25 cts. 50 dozen
Sun Umbrellas and. Parasols cheap. 100 pieces
of the best Calico ever sold for 6 eta. 60
pieces Brodie Bordering very cheap. =A large
lot of bleached and unbleached Muslin. Now
to the time to buy bargains. Gall at S. Liar's,
Rhoad's old corner.
Couomi.—The sudden changes of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and dattimatio Af
fections. Experience haying proved that simple reme
diesßr* often act s peed and certainly when tar. la the
early stages of the reoouree should of once be
had to .Itrown'S Menthes? or lesenges, let
the Cold, Cough; or kilted° ' of the Throat be "ever so
slight, as by this precaution a more serious attaok may
be warded oft Public Speakers and - Rogers will and
them etrecanal (be clearing ands trengtherdng the veto*
see advertisement. delo4-swewam '
litorraYa Lcn PIVJa hith Puma= Brrissa-- •
Prea frost au Niasrat Paisou.—la oases of Sonatas
Moors, Boum or irruptions or the alsla, the twerstioa,
of lAre biedkaties is truly astonishing, Oen remOviss,
its a Om day; every vesago of than kistkoono , diftelgleli ,
their Fel* Ousts oa.t.ho *DC AWN* A
, AMMI .
Five sad ae 4 4 D r .VV 14 V rt i
XI& POMO 04 1 .
ea ar lOWA as y st
oiellidia "ow alw be saved.
Propored by WY. 11. 4 =T, IL D., New York, and
teak by sJi si aartw-iy
PURIFY TER BLOOD.
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
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n 1 Ilible n corm-Wog, regulating, and removing a
obstructions, Item whatever cause, and
Ways eucersifal as a preven
THESE PILLS HAVE BEEN USED BY
the doctors for many years, both In France and
erice, with unparalleled YUGO= in every case ; and
be is urged by many thallium ladles who used them, to
make the Pills public for the alleviation of those suffering
from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an Income of family where health will not permit it.—
Females Pertleadarly situated, or, these supposing them
selves at 4 ars cautioned against these Pills while in that
condition, as they are gut, to produce miscarriage, and
the Wail:Astor rummer no responsibility alter this admo
,aliliongh their naldllooB would prevent any min
chief to hellih—otheawiee the Pills are recommended.
Full and explicit directions accompany each box. Moe
it 00 per box. Sold wholesale and retail by
f3HABLIBS A. IidIiNVART, Druggist,
No, 2 Jones Row, Harrisburg, Pa.
• 'ladles," by sending him 11 00 to the Harrisburg
Post Moe, easrhave the Pills semi free of observation to
any part of the country (confidentially) and "free of psi
tag." by mail. Sold aao by S. S. Braveros., Reeding,
smear, Jussews, HOLLOWAY
D amWER Philadelphia, J. 1..
11.„ Brassy, Lancaster; J. A.
Wins. rightsvilli ;L. T. Yule; York ; and by one
;II:2t in every city and village in the Union, and by
84; ole PrOpriator, New York
N. B.—Look oat for counterfeits. Boy no Gehien
of any kind unless every box le signed 8. D. Howe. di
others are a base Imposition and MS are; therefore, as
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of be
ing humbugged out of your money) buy only of those
who show thiMlignaturo at S. 1). Howe on- every box,
which has mostly been added on meant of the PIUS
being counterfeited dall-dwaewly.
IMPORTA.NIT TO FirallAlinta.
Prepared by Cornelius L Oheesemsn, M. D.,
EW YO.BII. CITY.
Hkoombination of ingredients in these
Pills are the result of • long and extensive practice.
y are rad to operation, and certain In correcting
all IrregniariWs, Pante Menstruation, removing all ob.
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pain in the elide, pelphation of the heart, whites, all ner
vous abalone, hysterics, pain in the back and
limb., Bto., disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption
TO DAUM LANDS,
Or. Cheeselnag's Pills are invaluable, es noy will bring
oc the monthly period with regularity. Ltldies who have
been disapoolnted In the use of other Pills can place the
utmost eondeace to Dr. Cheeeeman's Pills doing all that
they represent to do.
Thar Thar one =edition of the female gates its which Ike
Pitts mow be taken sostkomf pr ods's-ow a PECULIAR
Rt.S'ULL Ihe otisditton, werred to s PRBONAINCIr—
the MLIQUZBLIGE. Mich se The irresistible
the sealsonee to restore ka =mai functions to a
normal annlenon, dos nes as reputed= pourer of
nature cannot rain it.
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything
litjartetze. IWifelt directions; which should be read, so
coropanyesch .flea Price $l. Sent by mail on enclosing
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New Yon Qty.
Sold by ow t vagist in every town In the United Sates
R. B. HUTCHINGS,
Omani Aput for the United States,
14 Broadway, New York ,
fo tokoa ati Witetwale colors should be addr ••ad
Old In Harrisburg by C. A. We/tad
The Confessions and Experience of
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puo for' tub; bole& .and wen'hig
and Ica ' to young Men who . - sulky from Nervoiu
iiebility, Premature Deasy, ski., supplying at the same
time, the Ileum of Self Cure, by one who oared blmsell,
after being,put to epteat expestae t b Onb'n ) . lllll cial im P° 3l-
non and quackery. angle otiples may be dad of - the au
thor, pratintnit Starrent,lesq., BiMlbrd,'Singa county
N. Y., by enckabig a postpaid addressed envelope.
HAIR -DYE, has no
emeilialinurtanemis in eireni—Basatiful Black or
stun) Brawn—no stsialm the skin or injuring - the
Eisk—reinedisethilibmwdried Warrant. or Bsd Dyes, and
Invigorates the frairlbtlirc , Nose are genuine unless
signed f.F. wait* - saki everywhere. • •
- 84T085 1 .9 0 , Proprietor.
dewing' ' BarcaardereA: , I air - To
HA 10. DIE! IIAI4, DYE!
Wm A. Macho/ o es Haig Dye /
The Qriginal and Beet in the World
.td others "Leonora imitations, and shonld,b avo ided
if yop Wish to asap° lidlotlW. .
GRAY, RED, OR RUSTY STIR dyed inatantiricos
beautiful and Natural Brown and Blank, without Injury
to Hair or Wu. • • - '
TIPTON MED &IA and DIPLOKAS have been award
ad to Wm. A. Batchelor Mum 1859, ant over 80,000 ap
plications have been made to dui Hair of. his patrons of
his famous dye. . _
Wit. A. BATCHELOR'S -DYE pro:minces a color
not to be distinguished 'Rota" ituttirtg;atnilli warranted
not to Injure in the Wait; hoffeier hag it; may be contin
ued, and the di effeola ofltad DYINI tfintedialt the Hair
Invigorated for life, by thLsnylendld Dyes.
Sold :Mil reties and Wins .of-ttus Ittihad - States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Desdate.,
sop The Genuine has the need . - add 'address upon a
steMplate tingravieg oilblit'alchis'opisiclehon, of Wit,
oat ar: Buttutunt. Adages
. 8L Barclay Now York
THE DR. KANE REFRIGERATOR.
fiIHIS superior REFRIGERATOR, to.
L. gather with arreral othee' °tamper etylee, may be
.found at the niannfactary,
at exceedingly low prices.
Alio a great variety -orWAI2 COOLERS, of awe.
• tior Doc g
awl Pew. asr & 00,
TICE GHAT EVILIgtt IIEitEEDY
818. JAMBS °LAMM
MERRIL= NOME PILLS.
Pr (Pwrod -Froooniplion of Sir J. MAN, Y. D.,
hissoico .16fraordiosary to At Queen.
This invaluable medadne If onfliaing In the cure ef all
those pahifoil sod dearrmet Madame to which the female
conatitulloole stMjeot. It Moderates all eidees and re
moves all OlietrUWoos, and a speedy care sae/ be
TO MARRIED LAD/Ed
it is Pnenitarly nulled.: It wtfl to sLitiert time, bring on
the monthly peilod with regularity:
Bach bailie, price One Bollar, bears the Government
Stamp or Great MO* yo'prerrq . ... :001iltieettnill.
These PsW shotad rat la taws by /maks &Wag the
Plitiff MESS JIO.N.THE grAegrumoy, as tray are airs
to Warms rrims, bet at any other time they are
mem- . , • _
all-osentof Nerraee end tipinal Ageotrans, rain In
the Inch and LimiVaZu s ) on slight exertion, Playas
hen of th e Heart,. and Whites, hese Pills wil
effect a nee when other umbra have Mod ; and al
though a powerful remedy; do not *ratite Iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing hurtful to-the constitution.
Pell aerations hi the litimidth each Pooklige
which should be carefully preserved. ..
N. B-41.00 and 6 pottage etampt enclosed to anY
thorhied Agora, will insure a battle, ciontradsig 60 Pills,
by return mall.
Ow ads by O. A. auumix
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED
Lamm O N '
JUST PUB.THE NATURE,
TRWATUNNT AND RADICAL CUBS OF :SRN BitATOB
BBRA or Sentinel Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nery ous
news, voluntary Ana and Impotency, rend Ung
from Beitabwio, an. By Bobt. J. Oulverweil, M. D.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, pest
oald, on rendre of two stamps, by Dr. CHAS ..1 C.
&LINN, 127 Bowery, New Vatic. Post Moe go % No
A COIuxisPONDIRT of the Siecle Paris, the
government organ of Francs writes Aim Tunis, Algiers,
' , Our colleg of Philosopher' at bornma and pro
bably do accomplish e a
great deal for th c aus e '
but the Americans are the people to turn those discover
!es to practical account Many of the modern inventions
ih 050 here see America; and one American chemist,
Dr: a Arra, of Lowell, supplies mush of the medicine
Jonelimed lo this oountry. His Cherry Pectoral, PIM%
Sawattarilla and Ague Cure constitute the ample mias
mal- bere,Witeause they are of Slay application, sure in
their reader. and have the oonfidence .of the 'Mollie—
girlie the adecite oT Idediedne is oiled to a higher Per,:
feather isour own country Orrimeorrhen any eaterq'
strikes a Frenchman as a little finical .r that anAmerloah
ettflikkEteholdri famish the medical AM and nasalise
We ere happy to Inibrat ear: rfaillitLthet therielliPti
-for medicines which tee Emperor% Principal ?MUM
uhillittallt etWiribithAraiethm with
iliVikaitrilTiheitlher's, D. W- Gran
J. M. Lutes, Selman it Co.'s, Armstrong, Harrilibarg,
and dealers everywhere. Jel-daw
NATIONAL AND RtGIMENTAL
AnJursar gasizasx.'s 017101, P. Kt
Harrisburg, June 18, 1861.
Sealed proposals will be received at the o ce
until three o'clock on the 26th day of June,
1861 for colors deliverable at this office ae re
quired, said proposals to be publicly opened at
the time and place named, and the euccessful
bidder to be announced as soon thereafter as
convenient the right being reserved to the
State to Increase or diminish the number and
quantity of any or all of the several kinds of
colors, required, viz :
1 National Color for U. S. Artillery.
40 " " "U. 8. Infantry.
1 Regimental " " 11. S. Artillery.
40 " " "U. R. Infantry.
all to be in every respect as described in the U.
S. Army Regulations paragraphs No's 1889,
1870 except that the arms of Pennsylvania are
to be embroidered on the National Colors,in the
centre of the Union, their size not to exceed one
fourth of its area and the 84 stars to be arranged
symmetrically around them, and that on the
Regimental colors the arms of Pennsylvania of
same dimensions are to be embroidered in up
per corner near pike ; all to be entirely com
plete with pike, spear, ferule, cords, tassels,
fringe, ready for use anti marked with No. and
name of Regiment according to regulations
above mentioned ; also for
1 National Color for Rifle Regiment,
1 Regimental " 'I IL .I
as above described for Infantry colors, except
the No. and name of Regiment are to be em
broidered in gold instead of sliver and that
green will be used instead of blue in all parts
except the field of the Union in National Color ;
to be complete ready for use and marked as
above mentioned; also for
1 Standard for Cavalry Regiment,
10 guidons " " If
as described in paragraphs 1872 and 1878 of U.
S. Army Regnlations, the arms of l'enneylva
rda, of suitable dimensionq, to be embroidered
on each ; to be complete, ready for nee, and
marked as above mentioned. Sketches of the
manner in which the arms of this State will be
inserted in each kind of color and guildon, will
be submitted with each proposal. Each propo
sal will state the price per letter additional for
adding on each Sag such other inscriptions in
letters of same material, as name of regiment,
as may be required.
The workmanship and materials must, in
every color, be equal to 11. B. standard pattents.
Ptoposals for colors on which the decorations
are painted, instead of embroidered, may also
be presented, and may be accepted in lieu of
the above. The material of the paint mast
not be injurious to the
Fifteen per cent, of the' amount of each de
livery to be retained as:a forfeiture until the
contract is cdnipleted. Time of delivery to be
considered as of the essence of.tintract.—
Contractors to state in their propel% the time
when the goods can be delivittsiL, Successful
bidders to give bonds with two approved secu
rities. The speedy delivery of a large part
will be considered in awarding the contract.
By order of the Governor of Pennsylvania,
E. M. BIDDLE,
jelB-12td Adjutant General, P. K.
lisanquaarass, PENNUIVAN/A. Kama,
Harrisburg, Tune 19, 1861.
Sealed proposals are invited and will be re
clewed at my office in the city of Harrisburg
until THURSDAY, the 27th inst., at 12 o'olock
M., for furnishing byj contract the best quality
of FAMILY MIRA at a Camp to be estab
lished near New Freedom, York county, Penn
sylvania. Also, the beet quality of Fresh
Beef, with Shins, Neeka and Tallow taken off.
Also, Sugar, Ground Coffee, Tea, Rice,
Beans, Vinegar, Pepper, Soap, Candles, Salt,
Pilot Bread and Potatoes ; all to be of the best
quality, and to be delivered in such quantities
and at such times as they may be ordered by
the Assistant Comntitawy during the time the
troops may remain in. said Camp, and to be in
spected by the Inspector appointed for the pur
pose of inspecting Army supplies. Bondawith
approved security for the faithful performance
of the above contracts will be. 'required.—
Nothing will be allowed for freight drayage
or packages. W. W. IRViIN,
Yl9 dtd Corn. Gen.
ork Daily Recorder insert till 27th inst.
and charge this offioe.
HHAD Qtraarres, Prautarmverna Hums,
Barrtsb' urg, Jane 19, 1861.
Sealed proposals are invited and will be re
delved et my office in the city of Harrisburg
until the 27th inst. at 12 Id., for furnishing by
Contract FRESH BEEF of the best quality.—
Shine, Necks and,Tallow taken off.
Also, Brown Sugar,
Ground Cottee, Pepper, Salt, loap and Candies.
• All the above articles to be of the beat quali
ty, and to be delivered at Camp Curtin in such
quantities and at such times as may be ordered
by the Assistant Commissary, and to be inspect
ed by the Inspector appointed for inspecting
Army Supplies at said Camp. Nothing will be
allowed for drayage or packages. Bonds with
approved security will be required for the faithful
performance of the above contracts.
W. W. IRWIN,
j el9-dtd Com. Gen.
Patriot and Union insert until 27th inst.
PEIPHER'S DAILY LINE
Lou Have, Juan Smug frzunanarowr Mom,
Dercurrowx, Warsoniews, Maros!, liwastrao,
NOEI2IO/$111311.M. Cream, Taavoanur,
Gsoncisrowar_ L LTlClMlTOTN, W1T1.1211.
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally located the
Drayage will be at the lowest rates. A Conductor goes
through with each train to attend to the safe delivery of
all goods entrusted to the line. Goods delivered at the
FRRSD, WARD & FEUD, Mo. 811 Market Sleek Phila
delphia, by fi o'clock P. M., will be delivered In
Harrisburg the next morning.
• Freight (always) as km as by any other line.
Particular attention paid by this line to prompt and
speedy delivery of all ilarrtsbur4
The undersigned thankfal for put patronage hopes by
strict attention to beelines to merit a Continuance of the
same. T. PRIM;
Philadelphia and Reading
jet:l46m Feat of Market Street, Harr burg.
PHE ROOMS now occupied by the Post
-L. Offter. Possession given on the first of July. En
quire of jelBdif GLORGB W. PORTER.
A CHANCE FOR. A BARGAIN.
'llO close up the concern the entire
A. stock of MOSS, BOOTS, dm., late of Oliver Hell
man, deceased, in the rooms to the Market Square Will
be sold at private sale at COST; and the rooms will be
rented to the pi:mai/3er if desired. The terms will be
made easy. .1017.dtf DANL. D. Does, Agent.
NOTICE TO COUNTERFEITERS.
N ikril i F y itEA een !geeve aged i r n al co te i persona have
f of Ctustreal end Senators on letters end docu
ments, notice is hereby given that snob Pranks will avail
them nothing as they will not be reeognised. and all ouch
letters most be sent to the Dead Letter °Moe at Wash
ington. Some seven hundred letters are DOW lying at
this Ogles with counterfeit trunks on them, and We po
em who depoetted them had better Dail for them and
get theta Properly mailed. it the authors or these franks
can be dieeovered , it-will be the duty or the imdened
to bave Dalai criminally prosecuted however palatal it
may be.. 4:IM slisOlilas Y. Y.
TO. IaWIPAREB PUBLISHER
i A k to COMPOSITOR - iii ill-health sat- also
alvimaasvmaatietaacweeseees.er FAME log
..m Jet emo e s:a a oeeau7 Paper; wfteehot ea mob ati
objo as wort in the country. Addrus ssOcquoNt.
10It," Manielourg Post Mee. Mika
D G E O_ W. STING, graduate of the
altimore College 01 Dental Surgery, haring perms
neatly heated In the city of Harrisburg and tam the
dike formerly occupied by Dr. Gorges, on Third street,
between Mattel nod Walnut, reseeurolir inibrums hie
friends and the publio in general, that he Is prepared to
perform all operations In the Natal profession, either
surgical or mechanical, in a manner that shall not be
surmised by Operators in Hale or any other atty. We
mode of hustling artificial teeth Is upon the lateen Im
peered mdentlito principles.
Teeth, from one to a I all set, mounted on gnu Held, Sli
ver, Planna plates or the Valmont. Bose.
I take great pleasure in recommending the above gen
tleman to all my former patients ot 'llarriebnrg_and rt.
dotty, end feel confident mat ho will tfOrm Opine
lions to a scientific manner, from my knowledge or Us
ability. lmylkfill P. J. 8. GOMIS, D. D. 8_
CIDER I! 1 VINEGAR II I
MADE from choice and selected Apples,
an d suranteed by Ili to beettlotly .
ekt-d WM. DOOM & co.
FOR SALE 1
ABUILDING LOT, situate in Weat
riabar fronting on Bra .datreet 20 feet, and run
ning back 1 61 feet, more or less, to a2O foot alley, ad
joining on one side the property of Yr. Bltuneuattne
For particulars enquire of tkILBERICK scaarsia
LIME FOR SALE.
UNDERSIGNED having embarked
817.3110199 it prepared to f ttrulati to
my bait article at short aotee, audit the to met pram
be cub. Hi galls the lima bursa at Golaaab la sad atio
that burst at home.
DrICKORY, OAK AND PINE WOOD
OOY 2ti 87V T 6 WI CORD LANDIS 20 8011
ALSO, LOCUST P 0.923 AND CISILITNOVRAJZI Oft
AZAD, ANONN AND NAND IVA BUILDIN6I
Inquire or the auteeriber at tide residence os the Ridge
moo oPPSclie the Good Will &slue Home s qt the
Yard, corner or itteocnid /Lad Brost etraise Ages der
rhiburs. [zny2l4ll 4. a cour,.
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPBER,
WOULD respectfully inform his old
patrons and the public gonMallys WM
continue to give instructions on Me PISMO SO MS,
LODSON, MUM' end also Is the edema of TEO
RAS& He will w'th pleasure wait upon pupils it their
homes at any tour dogtrot, or lemons will be given et
his residence, la Third scree:, 4. few doors below the
German Reformed Church_
City Property for Bale.
ALARGE TWO—STORY BRUN. HOUSE
and lot of ground, plaalututdy located on Front SC,
betwoon aulberry lama aad Washington Avenue.
Also '1 . 1 1 90 Lakuil PIANOS in good audition and or ex
ordient,tone. apply to
C. O. ZIMIUMNAN,
No Smith Wand Emit
DIARRIECEA AND OHOL.E.RA.
For the cure 01 Lhasa dlatresaln maladlar. Agreeable
to the taste.
Every soldier should procure a boislo at this valuable
medidee before thus' take up their Due of mare& For
0. A. RANNVARra, Drug Mere,
WILL be received et the PENNSYL-
VuNin Ogilo6 during the present
Moira tbr the coasuocuon of a BRICK tutWitit, (about
000 feet la imply) from the mutat or Usenet street
bridge to Paxton ere*. For particulars enquire at the
°Zoe. THOS. T. willitttldsx,
Engineer and Superintendent.
Harrisburg, Juno 13,11101.—M84
STAGE LINE FOB GETTYSBURG
FARE REDUCED TO 411.25 THROUGH TO
ripHE undersigned has established a
j_ regular LINE OF sTaGE OtheOLIES howl Meohardes
burg, connecting every other morning with the Cumber
land Valley Railroad 01111. The coaches Ism every
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, returning every
other day. Passengers lbr Shespardstowo, DUleburg i
Petersburg and Uottyeburg are carried at reduned rates.
11-dtr WM. J. TATS
JOHN B. 132.1.1 TH'S
BOOT & SHOE STORE,.
• OOHNER BECONHAND WALNUT STS.,
ALWAYS on hand a large assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, GLITESS, ato., of the very bast
un to WI
1111 1 / 1 11, gentlemen, and children,' weir.—
Priees to WI the times. 611 kinds of 11 , 08 K HAHN TO
OBDHH in the best style by superior workman
BEPALRING done et short notice.
oetle-dtt JOHN B. MTH, Harrisburg,
' ll2 llll "
B. ffi. GILDEA, D. D. O.
OPPOSITE THE BRADY HOUSE.
Allopera' ions, Surgical and liechanionl,
acieeddeelly performed. Charges modeata.
NEXT OF KIN WANTED
Hundreds of Millions Pounds Sterling
IN CHANCERY, BANK OF ENGLAND,
a m ., welting claimants. A oitaknue of 1110 h°42
names of those to whOntlettem should be address
In England, will be sent peat five, on receipt of SO dents,
in stamps, or two for it. Old claims must be mounted
at once. References a—A, K. HUI, Boston; J. Bentham,
Chief of Mee, Hays:MM. Address
. • • W. W. S. omerom 00.,
sei.vdst, Box 260, Post oMoe, Boston, Miss,
415...1 x 2 m 5 m ,
• FRESH ARRIVAL
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Just melted mad for isle at the waist iuma PRM*
able WM: Lt' ^nt.'a
NEW COAL OFFICE. -
THE ITNDFXBRINED haying entered in
tothe MIX 'MADE ln this lOW, would rispeoituilir
the petteusis of thee ..I keep= hand
OW Of on and approved
=fu, which will be dellySimdeti Sit Pen Of as DM
tree R . = dirt and attic Impurities. tuna Weems
OSSIOns I9 ..,_ . COAL sow aux n ins Ikea Loco,
4 100 01 0 0 (0& , 1 1 . 1 .1, ?wpm yurbOubis by the /Mk
citlllr."l..„ ?W A
ryX..W iMlisand dtior from Deeper
_ -' as ibe toot of North street. OE
deni Isßategber plan will main prompt ttairtios.
BOW JOIN W .141.4 WO.