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Thursday Afternoon, June 27, 1861
The circulation, pf the, DAILY TELEGRAPH
IS FOUR TIMER LARGER, than any other
daily published or circulated in this city, and
it therefore Presents greater . inducements for
the patairtage of advertisers than is offered to
them thi:onSh . any other medium. Let those
who want buyers, try advertising in the TELE-
THE MORNING TELEGRAPH
Ts issued every morning and con
tains THE LATEST TELE
GRAPH IC DISPATCHES re
ceived during the night.
INVITATION, Accanss!.—The Citizen fire' com
pany have aceepted an invitation to participate
in the fourth of July parade, .and appointed a
committee to makethe necessary arrangements.
The entire fire departinent • will be out, and
make a htuulsoms display.
WHIPPED MS WIFE.-A fellows named John
Hassinger was before Justice Deader this morn
ing, charged whipping his wife and inhumanly
abusing his mother-M-law, while under the in
fluenee of drugged liquor. This is Hasinger's
second offence. "The Justice sent him to prison
for twenty days.
gun Dock Law.,— The police officers are to
be commended for their vigilance and activity
in enforcing the provisions of the dog law. A
large number of, owners of unmuzzled canines
have been fined since the ordinance went into
effect. TwO more--:Leonard Fessler and J.
Walborn—were "put through " last evening.
ArrrirroN, lirverts.—An adjourned meeting of
the Hope Hose and Engine Company, No. 2,
will be held in their hall this (Thursday)
evening, at the usual time of meeting. Punc
tual attendance of the members is requested, as
business of importance will be brought before
MILITARt PARADE. —The..military display in
this city on the fourth of July will be quite. at
tractive. In addition to the City Zonaves in
full uniform, the Union Cadets, Roberts Guards
and Ellsworth Cadets, a full regiment from
Camp Curtin will participate in the parade.—
Our " country cousins" should be on hand to
see the sights.
PROPmrLY TUNISSED.-EThis morning Annilee
made information before the Mayor against
John A. Grey for abusing and, assaulting her.
On a hearing of the case Ann failed to sustain
he charge; and it appearing that she was prompt
ed by revengeful and malicious motives, the
Mayor very properly diexrdseed +he dafondstat
and ordered the prosecutrix to pay the costs.
Served her right. . .
MUSIC FOR THE FOURTH. —The committee to
make arrangements for a fourth of July cele
bration find great difficulty in procuring a band
for the oecasion, the best , of them, in, neighbor
ing towns having gone into military sevice as
regimental bands. The state Capital Band, of
this city, demand fifty dollars to play on inde
pendence day , and theeckramittee, who do not
feel warranted in paying such an exorbitant
price, decline employing the band on the illib
eral terms proposed. In this action they will
be sustained by the entire community. Con
sidering the occasion, the demand is an ex
orbitant one ; and in view of the liberality with
which our citizens have always sustained the
band, the present course of its members may
justly be regarded as mercenary and unpatri
otic. If we must pay fifty dollars for a band
ou the fourth, better have a good one from
abroad, and get the worth of our money.
TRYNDEIt StOE-11---ENGINI4 1101.10 p STVOR BY
LIGITTIONG-NAILICCIW INOASE.-A heavy rain
and thunder storm passed over our city yester
day afternoon about four o'clock: In its pas
sage a terrific flash of lightning, attracted by
the iron ring of the flag staff on the Good Will
engine house, struck that edifice. Starting at
the iron band, the electric current pursued a
screw-like course down the pole, passed over to
the east corner of the cupola shivering it to
pieces, then on the tin roof towards the western
side of the building; when It took the line
of the water-spout, from which it emerged
about the middle of the first story, at
tracted no doubt by the iron work of the en
gine and hose carriage, running along the
whole north-west side of the house, slightly
damaging the machines, shattering an end of
a large beam, and uplifting the flooring, at the
same time breaking through the weather-board
ing. The "star spangled banner," which had
so long floated proudly in the breeze, was rent,
and with pieces of timber scattered in all di
rections. At the time of the accident there
were three women and several children in the
upper hall, where a daguerreotypist was opera
ting ; and yet; strange to say, "nobody was
hurt." The reason of this was - owing to
the fact that the metallic • roofing con
ducted away the current. We need not say,
however, that they were not "soared." It was
this, also, which protected the building from
combustion. One hundred feet north of the
house is a lightning rod on the Park hotel, but it
is much lower than the top of the flag staff, the
ring on which attracted the electric fluid.
Though the starry banner of our country can
withstand the base efforts of the whole race of
rebels to lower it, it is not resistable to thunder
and lightning,. In this connection we urge
upon owners of buildings the importance of
protecting them from similar accidents, by the
erection of effective lightning rods, which will
be promptly furnished by our friend Dr. W.
Barr, to whose advertisement in the Taixou
attention is invited. ,
- OWEmu Ciarrix was in Philadelphia last
evening and participated in the ceremonies of
the annual commencement of the Polytechnic
College, in Concert Hall, which were of a very
interesting and impressive character.
VIOLATING AN ORDINANOE.—One Louis Lowen
gart was before the Mayor last evening, charg
ed with permitting several sheep to run at
large within the city limits. He paid the
usual flue and costs.
MORE MUSKETS. —A number of large boxes,
filled with muskets, arrived at Camp Curtin last
evening. These constitute a portion of the ten
thousand recently proposed to be furnished to
Pennsi>Wank by the United States government.
ARMY WaGoxs.—Mr. Wm. Colder, of this
city, has a contract with the government for
the construction of one hundred army wagons.
They are to be built at the Harrisburg Car Fac
tory, and the job will give employment to a
number of men for several weeks.
CrrizEN Frail COMPANY.—The committee of
arrangementi for the fourth of July parade, ap
pointed by the Citizen fire company, will meet
at the engine house this evening at eight
o'clock. Every member is requested to be in .
attendance. E. W. Snead, Sec'y.
APPOINTED CAPTAIN.—We learn that our
clever friend Harvey Brown, of this city, who
seems determined to figure in military circles,
has been appointed a Captain in the regular
army. Capt. Brown will make a splendid look
ing officer, and will no doubt soon qualify him
self to discharge the duties of the position cred
itably. We wish him success.
FAST DAY. —The General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church (N. S.) at their session in .
Syracuse, N. Y., appointed Friday, June 28th,
to be observed by the churches under its care
as a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer be
fore God, in view of the civil war now : , aging
in our land. In accordance with this appoint
ment, public religious services will be held in
the Presbyterian Church, Market Square, to
morrow-morning at ten o'clock.
FETED 'MR SELLING FIRE CRACKERS.-Two
shop-keepers, Martin Seel and Theodore F.
Boyer, were arrested by the Chief of Police for
selling fire crackers in violation of law. They
were fined one dollar each. For the benefit of
all dealers in the article, we state that the law
prohibits their sale except on the third and
fourth days of July, and the Mayor is deter
mined that the prohibition shall be strictly
Secretary, pro tem
Ax hem FOR THE Boys.—The Mayor has in
structed the police officers to arrest all boys
who may be detected in the act of firing squibs
and burning powder before the evening of the
third of July. The offence is punishable by
fine or imprisonment. Let our young friends'
save their pennies and restrain their patriotism
until the proper time comes,.and they will then
be allowed the largest liberty in the way of ex
ploding squibs and other "villainous saltpetre'r
- Boors For nei Soureas.—Mr. Alexander
Mcßean, through, the generosity of the people
of Harrisburg, has been permitted:to supply the
folio - wing companies alth the Seldier'e Library
of twenty-five volumes : Cameron Rifles, Mon
tour Rifles, Tioga Rifles, McKean Rifles, Wash
ington Rifles, Raftsman's Guards, Honesdale
Guards, Union Guards, Iron Guards, Kepner
Fencibles, Tioga Fencibles, J. D. Cameron In
fantry, Susquehanna Volunteers, Factoryville
Infantry, Company D, Capt. Chamberlain. Mr.
/damn is anxious to supply several other com
panie-S, and for this' purpose solicits further
contributions from the generous. Any money
sent to Mrs. Johnson's boarding house, corner
of Market and Fourth streets, will be thank
fully received and faithfully appropriated.
GOOD FOR OUR "Bovs."—A gentleman who
recently visited Frederick, informs us that the
Cameron Guards are conceded to be 'the finest
looking and best chilled company in the regi-
ment, andthat themeinbers conduct themselves
in such a way as to win 'golden opinions from
the commanding officers and citizens of Fred
erick. On the passage of the regiment through
the town, our gallant volunteers were warmly
welcomed, and literally covered with fragrant
bosuets, which the ladies showered upon them
in great profusion. This is encouraging news
for the friends of the " boys" at home. If an
opportunity is afforded the Guards to meet the
rebels in battle array, we are confident they
will bear themselves gallantly and come out of
the contest with " brows bound with victorious
wreaths." In the absence of Capt. Eyster,
which occurs very frequently, the command of
the company devolves upon Lieut. George W.
Davis, who has proved himself an excellent
officer, and is esteemed by the entire corps.
Faxoy AND PATRIOTIC Esvar.ores.—The pre
sent war has afforded to the inventive genius
of our countrymen rare opportunities to minis
ter to popular patriotism, which they have not
failed to improve in the manufacture of badges,
cravats, collars, neck-ties, dress patterns, rib
bons and aprons—but the chief emblems centre
in letter envelopes, which are of every imagin
able device. We have been shown some vest'
pretty and unique specimens. The Zouavo em
blem is in the regular blood and thunder style,
with gaudy colors, and bears the motto—
" When thus our hosts go proudly forth,
Let foes beware the spirit of the North !"
One represents Scott as a powerful mastiffkeep
ing watch and ward over Washington, while a
cowardly cur personifies the rebel chief ; and
old Lundy's Lane is asking, "Jeff, why don't
you take it ?" The Ellsworth style bears a
portrait of the lamented hero, surrounded by
flags, and his own sentiment, "He who noteth
even the fall of a sparrow, will have some pur
pose even in the fate of one like me." One
represents a trooper sounding the bugle charge,
and the motto, "One and Inseparable!" One
represents Davis' letters of marque, with a
pirate flag, and the pedal extremities of Lincoln
in close proximity to the person of the aforesaid
rebel. The neatest device is that of the God
dess of Liberty poised in air, bearing in triumph
the stars and stripes. Of .the other designs,
some are very pretty and appropriate ; and
otlam roughly executed in ;poor
13tunsplocatia latl telegraph,_ el)ttrotrap afternoon, June 27, 1661.
NA ['TONAL HIIMILIAT lON. --ITI compliance Wi'h
a iesolve of the Baptist Con - Latiou recently
held in gew York, that denomination have set
apart Friday neit- as -day
prayer and conference, that God in His wisdom
may avert the calamities incident to the exist
ing rebellion against our government. Conse
quently, on Friday morning, at ten o'clock,
Rev. W. S. Wood will preach a sermon in the
Baptist church corner of Second and Pine
streets, suitable to the occasion. Prayer meet
ing in the evening at eight o'clock.
THEIR LOCIATION. --A gentleman ilii erl from
Hagerstown informs us that the State. Capital
Guards are yet in the vicinity of Hagerstown.
He saw Lieutenant Charles Davis, who reported
the boys all well, and " gay and happy still."
The Verbeke Rifles are located near Sharps
burg, some ten or twelve miles from }lagers
towm Our last advices represent them to be
in good health and spirits. Lieut. Anemia
makes an excellent officer, and is highly es
teemed bythe entire company. " Higher hon
ors wait him."
We have news this afternoon that the State
Capital Guards left Hagerstown last evening.
JUVENILE Trusr,—A lad not more than eight
or ten years of age was detected in the act of
,money box in the butcher shop of
Mr. John Evans, in Vine street. On former
occasions change hall mysteriously disappeared
from the box, and, yeaterday morning guards
were posted in the shop, concealed from view,
with a view of detecting the thief. In a short
time the boy referred to made his appearance,
took a key from his pocket with which he un-"
locked the box, abstracted some money, and
was about retreating, when the men came from
their' hiding places and captured him. The lad
was confined in the cellar, and a Messenger des
patched for his father. What disposition was
made of the juvenile thief we did not learn.
We suppress his name for the present, and sin
cerely hope that this may be his last offence of
the kind. If the lad is permitted.to pursue the
dishonest career upon which he has entered
thus early in life, he will soon become a moral
wreck, and a disgrace and heart-break to his
POTATOEII.--Five hundred bushels of choice
potatoes just received and for sale by the bar
rel or bushel very low.
War. DOCK JR. , & CO
NEW GOODS FROM. Raw YORK. AUCTION.-60
pieces of Grey Goods at 10, 124 and 20 cts.
100 dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs for 3,
6 and 6 cts. 10 pieces .Lavella Cloth for 7 cts.
25 dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs for 124,
worth 25 cts. Splendid Mohair Mitts at 31 and
37 cts. 16 dozen towels at 12i cents a towel.—
Linen Sleeves and Collars at 25 cts. 50 dozen
Sun Umbrellas and Parasols cheap. IttO pieces
of the best Calico ever sold for 64 cts. 60
pieces Broche flordering very cheap. A large
lot of bleached and unbleached Muslin. Now
is the time to buy bargains. Call at 8. LIMY'S,
Bhoad's old corner.
A CARD TO THE LADIES
DR• DUFONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
afAllible n correcting, regulating, and removiagEkl
obstructions, from whatever cause, and
ways successful as a proven
IHESE PILLS HAVE 'BEEN USED BY
the doctors for many years, both in. Frame* meal
arina, with unparalleled suooeett in every ease"; Ana
ho is urged by many thousana ladies WhO t'Sai them, to
make the Pills public for the alleviation of tho,e suffering
from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an increase of family where health will not penult It
particularly situated, or those supposing them.
selves so, are cautioned against these Pills while in that
condition, as they are sur. , to produce mis Carriage, also.
the proprietor assumes no responsibility after this adnie
nition, although their rigidites§ would Prevent any . MlA
chief to health—otherwin the Piths are recommended.
Full and explielt directions accompany each box. Priee
51 00 per box. sold wholesale and retail by
CHARLES A. BANNVART, Druiggitit,
'No. 2 Jones Row, Harrisburg, Pa:
"Ladles," by seeding him $l. 00 to the Harrisburg
Post Office, can have the Pills sent free of observation to
any part ot the country (contidenllally) and "free of pas
tage" by mall. Sold also by S. B. treireats, Reading,
Jorits. 4 .cm,_lloitow.me E Commis, Philadelphia, J. L. Las.
RIMER Lebanon, DANIVoL H. EICIDIFIV, Lancaster; J. A.
Wois, Wrightsville ; E. T. Mutsu, York ,- and by one
druggist in every city and village in the Union, and by
S. D. Howe, ole proprietor, Now York
N. s.—Look out for counterfeits. Boy no Oolden Pills
of any kind unless every box is, signed S. Dalowe. Al
others are a base imposition and unsafe; 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 the signature of S. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently
. been added ee account of the Pills
being counterfeited • - • ' deR-dwaswly.
IMPORTANT TO F ' I~MAIah~3
DR. eff EESMAT'S
Prepared by Cornelius L. Oheiaemaii, M. D.,
NEW YORK CITY.
THE combination of ingredient) in these
and extensive Pills are the result of. a long and extensive . practice.
They are mild in their operationond certain in correcting
all Irregularities, k'aititul Mensireatione, removing all ob •
structions, whether limn cold or otherwise; headache,
pain in the side, palpitation dri s
lla heart, whites, all ner
vous alle.itionis, nysierma, ruiguu, 2.L.L, !tic km,ir and
Stc,, disturbed sleep, which arise rrOminterraption
TO MARRIED LADIES,
Dr. Choeseinan'a Pills are invaluable, as Intl will bring
on the monthly period with regularity. Ladles who have
been disappointed In the use of other Pills can place the
utmost confidence in Dr. Cheeseman's Pills doing all that
they represent to do.
Then Is one condition qt -the ramie wolaii in. Which the .
Pale cannel be taken wsthou t oralumr..2 a - PROC./lAA
RESULT. :he condition s clared to is pREGNANCT—
the result, dtI3O.42iRIAG.E. Each is Use trreziststle
tendmicy of ,the'maltdrie to raters lw segue functions to a
normal condition, that even 'the rtwrochictice power of
new? , (kirb7loe resist it.
Warranted purely vegetatue, and free from anything
injurious. Explicit direction", which should be read, se
oompanyeach box. Price $l. Sent by mail on onclosiuk
.$1 to Da Cowiturtis L OrnowsurAN Box 4 031 "Post Mee,
New York City.
Sold by one L nggist in every town to the United istates
R. B. HUTCHINGS,
General Arid for Hie !Jailed States,-
14 Broadway, New Yore,
To whom al Whe/eittle orders should be tuldreit.M.
Sold in Harrisburg by C. A. B"Huvs.irs.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED
JUST PUBLISHED ON THE NATURE,
TREATMENT AND RADICAL CURB OF OPE REATOR
RBRA, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Ner v one
ness, involuntary Emissions and Impotency, resulting
from Salf-abuse, &o. By Robt. J. Culverwell, M. D.—
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, pest
paid, on receipt of two stamps, by Dr. MIS J C.
KLINE, 127 Bowery, Now York. Post Olßce Box, No,
The Confessions and Experience of
Pi:Man= for the benefit and as a warning
and a caution to young men who ender from Nervous
Debility, Fromature Decay, eta., supplying at the came
time, the means of Self Cure, by one .who cured himseli,
after being put to great expense through medical imposi
tion and quackery. Single copies may be had of the. au
thor, NATHAN= MAYFAIR, Esq., Bedford, Kings county
N. Y., by enclo3lng a postpaid addressed envelope.
AQUANTITY of Bags, Checks and Ging!
hams for sale by the dozen and piece, cheap icr
mash, at the DAUPHIN COUNTY la3r$11!I
11,411113411 M NAT 11,
THE GREAT ENGLISH RENIEDI
WA JAMES CLARKE'S
CELILBRAVIIED' IPEZALIC PILLS
Prepared/ram -- temp of . arke., M. D.,
' Mir .7 CZ
Physeetot itrstraerdinary to the Queen.
This Invaluable medicine Is unfailing In the CUM et all
those paled and dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and re
moves all obstructions, and • speedy cure may be
TO MARRIED LADIES
It Le peculiarly suited. It wW in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity. • •
Bach bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
.Qtemp of Great Britain, to prevent countermine
Phew, "tia shrnaa nut E4' taken by females durinv the
.6'IRST THREE MONTHSof Pregnancy, as they are rare
to twiny en Attsearriapt, but a any other time thew erc
. la elteaseeof Nervous. aim Spinal ex'ecute's, Fxln In
the Back and lambs; Fdtigueon alight exertion,
non of the Heart, Ffysterics and Whites, bee Pills wil
effect a cure when all other means have failed ; and al.
Mough a powerful remedy, do not contain Iron, calomel,
antimony, or anything hurtfulto the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package
which should be carefully preserved.
N. 8.-81:00 and 8 postage stamps enclosed to any au•
therize4 Agent, will Insure a bottle, Containing 60 Pins,
by return mail.
V... tale by (I. A. Reartreang
'Couous.—The sudden changes of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic, Af
fections. 'Experience having proved that simple reins.
thee often act speedily and certainly when taken In the
early stages pf the disease, recourse should at once be
had to "Brcivo's Bronchial Troches," or. Lozenges, let
the Cold, Cough, or Irritation of the Throat, be ever so
slight, as by this precautiou E. - inure serious attack may
be warded oft Public Bpeakers and Singers will and
them elifwtnal for clearing ands trengtheuing the voice,
see advertisement. • delo-d-swaw6m
PURIFY TRR BLOOD
MOFFAT'S LIFT. PILL'S AND PERENLI. •131ETBB11.—
Frie•frent all Mineral Poisons.—ln oases of Scrofula
Ulcers, Scurvy, or &options of the Skin, the operation
of the Life Medicines IS truly astonishing, often removing
iu a few days every veMige of these loathsome diseases
by their purifying effects on the blood. Billions Pavers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles, and in short,
most all•diseases soon yield to their curative properties
No family should be without them, as by their timely
use much suffering and expense may be saved.
Prepared by WM. B. MOFFAT, M. IT., New York, and
Wale by all Draggle at • novnw-ly
OR SALE—a' second-handed TWO
EtoRFE WAGON at W. W. Boyer's 'Wagon and
Coach Factory, Third street, Harrisburg. jeZt-dlw
TOST.—On Saturday, 15th instant, a
j BRACELET, compOSed of dark agate stones, set in
gold. A padlock locket and Jet cross were attached to
it. The Ruder will receive a suitable reward for leaving
it at C. A. BOAS' Jewelry Store, Market Square. je24 6td
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rnHE SdBSORIBER offers at PRIVATE
Zang the HORIE ina - Two calant4ClES, late of
octhr Orta,.avabasaa,_ The Done ton 4-cork-bay all niit
seven years Oae carriage is new and well MIMI.
JAW for, a family,as It Lae a stand top and a small port
ale seat hi frotaloi Children. The other carriage Is a
low swung rockaway, you, cam Mani fur aged persons.
Thu horse and Carriages can be seen at the residence of
the subscriber onTront street, Harrisburg.
je22.d ..-; ..X4RTHA C. ORTII, ExeCtaris.
THE ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN
is solicited to our very largo asbortinenta =
Htiliitatilam LVu DPAwsits every size' and - quality.
Gaye' Rafts - Sin gLoVae, bait sirtielernanufactured.
All the different kinds of Warm GLOVM.
Largest assortment of .flosreiti. in the city,.
GRAve*.StranivDstia, SIANDICEICEESIM, Ready Hemmed
And everything in Omits' wear, at
I.loort 10 MI Fiarriahnek Rank
OUR UNION & CONSTITUTION
« Ui GOVERNMENT;" by AL
kir :far, is a Wong coatstulus i ^ Veassuirriths
THR UNITHD 3TeTaa, . giving the construction of its !Terms
and Provision - a; showing the relations of the several
Slates to thb Union and each other, and etplaini nit gene ,
rally the System of Goveroment of the Country. Price
00. Bold, and ,ordera supplied, by him, at Harris
burg, Pa. , - •, • font,
Agents for Counties and 'fitatea
rrHE UNDERSIGNED Ilan opened his
1.,1.:CU8E,R OFFICE, corner. of Third sire. Meek.
berry Riley-, bear Herr's Hotel.
nr Lumbar of ail kinds and qualikee sac Sy
W piLttttA • P,
the undersigned will sell Horses, Carriages and har
ass low for cash,
ALSO—Berm and Cariboo to hire at the same, offies•.
marll . • -; . Yttati.Y. A.
JOHN WALLOWER, JR., Agt.
cr_OODS - AND MERCHANDISE promptly
IA forwarded by Philadelphia and Reading, Northern
Central, Cumberland Valley and Pennsylvania Railroads,
HAULING AND DRAPING to and from all parts of the
city to the different Railroad depots will be done at the
very leweitt rates.
FA3IILIES removing will be promptly attended to.
Orders left at Brant's Rap:Toon Hotel, or at the store
of E. B. Etallinger, will resolve prempt attention. Con
signments of freight respectfully solicited.
JONN WALLOWER JR., Agt.,
apt : • offide Heading Depot,
DR. T, J. MILES,
• SURGEON DENTIST
IFFERS his services to the citizens o
J Harrisburg and its vicinity. He solicits a share o
the public patronage, and gives assurance that his best
endeavors shall be given to render satisfaction in his pro
resslon. Being . an old, Well tried dentist, he feels sure in
nviting the public generally to un him, assuring
hem that they will not be dissatisfied with his services,
Office No. 153 Market Street, iu the house formerly on -
cupied by Jacob it. Eby, near the United States Hotel,
Harrisburg, Pa. myt-dly
REDUCTION IN PRICES
IdESINCW, Flan and Figured.
CASHMERES, Plain and Figured.
ALL WOOL DELAINES, Extra Styles and Quality.
BROCA LONG SHAWLS, different prices.
FINE STOCK OF BLANKET SHAWLS.
The prices In all the above Goode, ou examination, w
be found "lower than ever," at_
an 24 Next Soot to the Harrisburg Batik.
THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully
intorm toe public that be has removed his Plumb
ing and Brass Pounding establishment to No. 22 South
Third street below Herr's Hotel. 'thankful for past pat
rooms, he bona by strict attention to business to merit
a continuance of it.
antldti J. JON la
&FRESH AND COMPLETE 80313ortmant
jaity.lat c .d auk tor Lae Di
, MLDOI.K JR. k co,
NATIONAL AND REGIMENTAL
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, P. M., /.
Harrisburg, June 18, 1861.
Sealed proposals will be received at the office
until three o'clock on the 26th day of June,
1861 for colors deliverable at this office as te
quired, said proposals to be publicly opened at
the time and place named, and the successful
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, requiredrviz :
l National Color for U. S. Artillery.
40 " " " 11. S. Infantry.
1 Regimental " " 11. S. Artillery.
40 " " " 11. S. Infantry.
all to be in every respect as described in the U.
S. Army Regulations paragraphs No's 1369,
1370 except that the arms of Pennsylvania are
to be embroidered on the National Colorapin 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 and marked with No. and
name of Regiment according 'to regulations
above mentioned ' • also for
1 National Color for Rifle Regiment,
T V) d&wly
1 Regimental . " " "
as above described for Infantry colors, except
the 1.4 e. and name of Regiment are to be em
broidered in gold instead of silver 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 " "
as described in paragraphs 1372 and 1373 of U.
S. Army Regulations, the arms of Pennsylva
nia, of suitable dimensions, to be embroidered
on each ; to be complete, ready for use, 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 iltg 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 U. S. standard patterns.
Proposals for colors on which the decorations
are painted, instead of embroidered, may also
be presented, and may be accepted. in lien of
the abovii. The material of the. paint triad
not be injurious to the silk.
Fifteen per cent.. of the amount of each de
livery to be retained as a forfeiture, until the
contract is completed. Time of delivery to be
considered as of the essence of the contract.—
Contractors to state in their propoeals the time
when the goode can be delivered. 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,
Adjutant General, P. M.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 3.
HEAD QUARTERS PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA,
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Harrisburg, .Tune 22, 1861
Iu accordance with the provisions of the
sixth section of the Act passed the 15th of May,
1851, entitled an Act to create a loan and pro
vide fur arming the State, the Governor, Com
matidei-in-chief, makes the following rules and
regulations relating to the organized staff of
the military force of this Commonwealth now
or hereafter to be called into the service of this
State or the United States.
I. The commander of the regiment will ap
point the Adjutant from the subalterns of the
ragiatent. He will also appoint the non-com
miesioned staff of the regiment. He will nomi
nate the regimental Quarter Master from the
subalterns of the regiment to the Governor
for approval and appointment.
IL In cases of vacancy, the commander of a
regiment may make a temporary appointment
Of Quarter Master. The commander of a regi
ment may also suspend a Quarter plaster, and
make a temporary appointment, reporting such
suspensions and the reasons thereof forthwith
to the proper authority, and all temporary ap
pointments shall continue until a decision can
be made from lieficlauarters.
These regulations - shall be in force until fur
ther orders. By order of the Governor,
HBADQUAKTNILS, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA,
Harrisburg, June 19, 1881.
Sealed proposals are invited and will be re
oleved at my office in the city of Harrisburg
until THURSDAY, the 27th inst., at 12 o'clock
M., for furnishing by contract the best quality
of FAMILY . BREAD at a Camp to be estab
lished near New Freedom, York county, Penn
sylvania. Also, the best quality of Fresh
Beef, with Shins, Necks and Tallow taken off.
Also, Sugar, Ground Coffee, Tea, Rice,
Beans, Vinegar, Pepper, Soap, Candles, Salt,
Pilot Bread and lititatoes ; 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 Commissary 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. Bonds with
approved security for the faithful performance
of the above contracts will be required.—
Nothing will be allowed for freight, drayage
W. W. IRWIN,
jel9 dtd Com. Gen.
York Daily Recorder insert till 27th inst.
and charge this office.
HEAD QUARTERS, PENNSYLVANIA 141.1LITLS,
Harrisburg, .Tune 19, 1861.
Sealed proposals are invited and will be re
ceived at my office in the city of Harrisburg
until the 27th inst. at 12 M., for furnishing by
contract FRESH BEEF of the best quality.—
Shins, Necks and,Tallow taken of
Also, Brown Sugar, Tea, Rice, Vinegar,
Ground Coffee, Pepper, Salt, Soap and Candles.
All the above articles to be of the best 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,
jel9-dtd Com. Gen.
Patriot and Union insert until 27th inst.
WLNSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
roe childrenteethiu, and SPALDING'S CEPHALIC
PILLS for headache. A fresh supply received at KEL
LER'S DRUG STORE, where you can purchase all the
saleable fittest Sledioinoo of the dry.
91 Market street,
two doors east of Fourth street, south aide.
THUNDER AND LIOrHTNING.
WE vast amount of property destroyed
11 annually by Lightning ought to be a warning to
property holders to Recurs their betiding& All orders
far Lightning Rods left at the auction store of W. BARB,
willbe attended to. Rods pet up lit the WWI /IMMO
style see warranted. • /42.dl
E. M. BIDDLE,
D. GEO. W. STINE, graduate of the
altlmore College of Dental Surgery, having perma
neatly located In the city of Harrisburg and talon the
office formerly occupied by Dr. Gorges, on Third street,
between Market and Walnut, reap .tfully inilorms his
friende and the public in general, that he is prepared to
perform all operations in tea Dental profession either
surgical or mechanical, in a manner that shall be
surpassed by operators to this or an, other city. His
mode of inserting artificial teeth Is upon the latestim
proved scientific principles.
Teeth, from one to a full set, mounted on fine Gold, Sil
ver, Plaine plates or the Vulcanite Base.
I take great pleasure in recommending the above gen
tleman to all my form. , pities!. Al Purr:oh:mg and
:iulty, and fa:A CoUddent tmu las mh:i p_adOritt all opera
tions in a scientific msnner, trio my Linwlecige of Ms
ability. Lmya-dtti F. J. 8. GDRGiAB, D. D. 8.
CIDER 1! I VINEGAR !I I
MADE, from choice and selected Apples,
and guaranteed by U3lO bestrictly pure.
el2-d tVAL. DOOR Sr CO.
FUR SALE I
A BUILDING LOT, situate in West I:Car
ll riabarg, fronting on liro.id street 20 feat, and run
ning back 161 feet, more or le,u, to a2O foot alley, ad
joining on one aide the i.roporty of Mr. Blumiumlne.
For particulere enquire of F , riEDERICK g.
Bargner'e .13001: store
LIME FOR SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED having embarked
In the LIME BUSINMS is pr , i•ared to t erash th
very best article at abort nut e-, th,,10 west prices
for cash. He Hells the lime burns at Columbia and aPo
that burnt at home.
y_pcKußY, OAK AND PiNE WOOD
LIE . for We,
CO 2'Q STOVE OR CURD LENOIR TO SUIT
ALSO, LOCUST' POSTS AND CHESTNUT RAILS CU2
ALSC;, STONE A:YO .1A..V0 FOR Buicarya
Inciter° of the subscriber at his residence on the Ridge
roux, opposite the Good Will Engine 'lease, or at the
Yard, corner or &wood and &old. streats, Woit, (I::,r•
rieburg. Lmy2l4l J G 11. COLE.
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEL:i'SER„
WOULD respectfully inforic ttia OM
patrons and the public generally, tem
continue to give instructions on the PIANO pOlirs.,
LODEON, VIOLIN and also in the science EllokOlNri
BASS. He will w'th pleasure wail upo:. pupils at. their
homes at any hour desired, or iet.LSODE• will he gust at
his residence, in Third Street. few doors below the
German Reformed Church.
City Property for Sale,
A _LARGE TWO—STORY BRICii HOUSE
autt iut of grauut!, pleusintly tuult,l uu Front
between Mulberry street u .t Wasitingpla Avenue..
Also TWO LItiGE PIANI).3 in good oJadition an,/ ores
celleut tune. Apply to
C 0. ZIIIIINkt MAN,
No. 23, 7iVY❑ Sat.a.t s. rect.
JE°4Ol - ' 4 E7t7 --
DIAREECEA AND OftOLERA
For the cure cC these [r1!t.11.3,k. Agrettsh e
u the taste.
EvPry ,:o•iter ALAI I toucdr., a 11 , ,V.:13 LIMi P'1.11110.01
mediclue before taoy take ut, tilex ha, of lit trut:.
C. A. BI - NV A itT Drug Sture
I: i T
i N e N p B r e l : en - t
moetu fur tho conetrectiou no: a BEZIC..i. sorcV,.at, (~bout
600 feet iu leugthj trout Cue can .1 of .tar,..et. 6t , oec
bridge to Ponca eroeK. Fur parocuiars origole at tug . . _
TH.0.4. T. ;fie
Engineer and 6upedMudera
Harrisburg, J 1111.3 13, 18:31.—je13-kt
STAGE LINE FOR GETTYSBURG
FARE REDUCED TO 81.25 THROUGH TO
THE undersigned has established a
regular LINE OF' ST PE COACHES item 3feen..nics
burg, connecting every other morning with toe Cumber
land Valley Railroad c.rs. 'the coaches leave every
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, returning every
ether day. Yazaeogers for SilupparilltOivo, innsburg,
Petersburg and Gettysburg are carried at rcaudea rates.
jell-dtf WNI. J. TATE.
JOHN B. EIMITECB
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
AIIWAYS on hand alarge assortment of
ABOOTS, SHOES, GAITEitS, tr.c., of the very best
shanties for ladies, gentlemen, and chlldrens' wear.—
Prices to suit the times. All kinds of WORE :JADE TO
ORDSCR in the best style by superior workmen
REPAIRING done at short notice.
JOHN B. SMITH, Harrisbors.
B. M. GILDER, D. D. S,
OPPOSITE THE BRADY HOUSE.
All operaions, Surgical and Mechanical,
seteati floc Ily performed. Charges moderate. jeB
Ali Work Promised in One Week
STEAM. DYEING ESTA_BLISIMUT,
104 Market Street between 4th and sth,
1-07 HERE every description of Ladies'
V and Gentletnens' Garments, Piece Goods, Ate., are
ed, Cleansed and finished In the best manner and at
N.shorteSt notice DODOS. & CO.,
Nov3-dawl: Proprie te r
NEXT OF KIN WANTED
Hundreds of Millions Pounds Sterling
TN CHANCERY, BANK OF ENGLAND,
welting claimants. A Catalogue of the heirs,
miasmas of those to whom letters el auld be addressed
in England, will be sent post free, ou receipt of 60 cents,
in stamps, or two for SL. Old claims must be nrs3ented
at once. References:—A. K. Hill, Boston; J. Burnham,
Chief of Police, Haverhill Address
W. W. S. OR/MO.I & CO.,
je17.4141. :,F , 00 . 12.50, Post Office, Boston, Mass.
$1.25• !n ercenxi eNe,oltieetearr!aiculebeo fha(jd'cljn
'la per ream at BEIWNER'S IJITEAY :01i.E.for
EMIT YEA_, BA/ALT;
MAIUWA FAT SHANE ;
WHOLZ PEAS, &e.
just received and for salo at the torrzwr eaan PRICES.
able, WM. .• JR. & OO.
NEW COAL OFFICE.
riIHE UNDERSIGNED having entered in
to did COAL TIL4DE in this city, would respeotfully
solicit the patronage of the eitizeos. I will keep on hand
Coal of all Wes, from the must caebratod and approved
mines, which Will be delivered to any part of the city,
free from dirt and other impurities. Fou Whoa
lir/LAMM. COAT. FOE rIAM BY Me BOAT LOAD, CAR
Loan err crtimit _mt. - Persons purchasing by the Boat
or Car Lead will receive 2,040 pounds to the Ton-
Office HO. 74 Market street, second door from Downer
ry alley. Yard on the Canal, toot of North street. Or
dent left at either place will receive promptpprompt u, atte