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AI Work Promised in One Week
1. CP 4.•
ETEAK DYEING EStAIHLISHINENZ
104 Market Street between 4th and sth,
7 - E E every description of Ladies'
and Gentleinens• Garments, Piece Goods, &a. are
dell.P.Sed ace Onished in the best manner and al
A ithorte.t. none,/ DODGE & CO.,
lA. GEO. 61/N E, gradith,to of the
ij-domore Colic, .o at Dental Surgery, hiving perms
neatly foeafed is the ally of Harrisburg and tairen the
°Mae ft - chiefly oc,mpial by Dr. Gorges, on Third street,
between - zlarget and Walnut, respectfully informs his
friends mid the .fiblut it% general, that ho is prepared to
perform nil opermiuus is tao Dental profession, either
surgical or rce,maumal, iu a manner that shall not be
surpaesed by o.lr:tie is this or any other city. It s
mode of insertea2;:irtittedal teeth is upon the latest Im
proved 813101111th; pri Li ciples.
Teeth, from one to a lull set, mounted on flue Gold,
ver, Plating plates or the Vulcanite Base.
I take gr..at pleasure In recommending the above gen•
Homan to all my former pAtieste of tiarrieburg and vi
sod feel confident tam, he will perform all opera
tic,: ,t 1 a coolant° mustier, from my knowledge or
F. J. S. bIORGAS, D. D. S.
CIDER !! ! VINEGAR, I! !
to/AD from choice a
b nd: triy pure. e i l e e t ctedApples,
DOOK & CO.
FOB, SALE 1
ii.BUILDING air, situate in West liar
rtsbarg, tronting on lir,,...dstreet 20 Mot, end run
ning Da 161 teet, rnora'or lets, to a2O loot alley, ad.
ouo bide tbo properly of Mr. illumonitine.
For tutmout.l.rs enquire of ritE.HOICK. SUBLEliFfig.it
M., 8.1861. my 9
LIIiE FOl - 1, SALE
LRE UNDERSIGNED having embarked
in foe Land fiILeINESS 14 prepared to arnisn to
very best article at 81uil note:, mutat dm to west prices
for cash. tie soda trio lime burnt at Columbia and also
that burnt at borne,
POP WAR REMEDIES.
Ptor S Chlldren rB te lj et ° hing, ' . S tg O sp O , T LD H lN lN G ,( 6 i cTa ß ,,l lE L P ic
1-I_L.Le for headache. A fresh supply received at KEL•
LGI 'a DRUG e.L'Utifil, where you can purchase all the
saleable Patent Aledicines of the day.
91 Market street,
two Coors cast of Fourth street, south aide
OUR UNION & CONSTITUTION.
Ala s 14 worn countunag me UONeTFII7I7 ON OF
TEM i/Nram ntAmcs, giving the construe Lion of its Terms
and Prcn - isioul, 4 , 1,A1111, , the relstionS of the - Several
ntaLeß to the tJakor, Sad each other, and explaining gene
rally thu 69stein of liovernmont of 'the Gauntry. rriee
1)11, soid, and orders supplied, by ~hint, at Harris
burg, Pa," - reb2l
Agents for Counties and 'Antes wanted,
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING.
rii)HE vast' abiount of property destroyed
annually by Lightning - ought to be a warning to
property nolders to secure their uniulluge. AU orders
far !ego ining•Hods left at the auedon stoic of V. BARR ;
will be attended to. 1t...A1.3. pat up in tne latest improved
tyle and warranted. . je.l2.d
SCHEFFER'S BOOK STORE
(Near the Harrisburg Bridge.)
SIGIP , JUST RECEIVED from the
o ,6,ity .' a lota' fine COMMERCIAL NOTE
wthen we will sell at $1.25 per ream.
• Sle..Jo per ream for NOTE ntess, .decorated with
the latest and vary handsome emblems aral patriotic
$3.50 for 1000 WRITE ENVFLOPER, with natiOnal and
patraale emblems, printed in two colors.
Pease give us a call, THEO. F. SOH EFFER,
It L. GODBOLD,
inngRAUTIOAL Tuner and Repairer o
Pianos, Melodeons, &c., &C., Will receive orders in
eat WM. ligooll.E'S Music Store, 92 Market street
11 order's lea at the above named place, or at the Buell ler
ouzo, will meet with prompt attention.
First eia,s , !- - I.,llstyt , lu^ wale
trill, ROOMS now occupied by the Pos
j office. Posse - awn given on the Bret of July. En
quire of - jel.Sdtt - 6'n.011.G.N W. RTES.
ripHE ANNUAL MEETING of the Stuck-
A, h o iden of the Atlantic and Onlo Telegraph Corn.
piaty ler the election of Directors, and the transaction of
their usual business:, will be held at the. Telegraph Mlles,
of said Corn any to Harrisburg On Thursday the 18th
114 of July, 1861, 11 . H. SHILTINGFO.RD.
PhilatleiLihia, June 14th, 1861.—td. Secretary.
OR, REIN desirable Residence in
Locust, ue.tt Irout ttreet. Three-story brick, with
modern conv,deoces, us to Water, heat and light.
For into mAion apply to Dr. W. W. flutheriord. Pos.
seszioo ommeCiateiy. je.25-641,
FROM Ono to Five Hundred Dollars
worth of CITY BONDS. Enquire or '
. 0. ZIMIEREAN,
No. 28:30utteiecuad. streot.
91.13 E ISITBSCRIBER. has removed his
Pi,usißiNia AND Da.Aas FOUNDRY from Market
street to Fourth street shop Market, opposite the Bathe
ehoreb. lbantiul ter past patrOuage, he hopes, by strict
attention to busios, to merit a contintunce of it.
unir26•3md • WM. PARN.HIL .
• • REMOVAL.
pt; 61166CRIBER would respeotfully
Ltorru the public that he has removed his Plumb.
tog nod 13r.sa . ihundiog eatabltstexteat to NO. 22 - South.
Ihirdstreet belowliores Hotel. 'rhankflil for past pot,
rousse, ho hopes by. oEoct, attention to buiictssa to merit
a couttouttuoc of it
rp . aE EUROPEAN-HOTEL AND RE-
A.. STORANT in dirant'e City HAIL HOTEL.
burg Ciiy, Apply to JOHN H. BIIiNT,
30.1.-nOins - v' the. premises.
B _CIDER 1 1 1--Striotly pure , spark-
Leg and sweet--Ins received a Silver Medal on D 1
p,oma at every State Agrxdaural Fair Mace 1856. For
ale by jell-d WM. Ducti ai co.
HARRISBURG BRIDGE COMPANY.
THE Presidenfarol Directors of the Harp
Midge t onapiny hwe 'this day:declared a
dividend of ...IXTY GENTS per share on the eaplial stook
of 50.4 Company, (aar ruaaz Pax opr,) for The law. halt
year ; and have di rektel the-sante to hp_ p,14,. at this O
nce', lb' the stockholders or their legll represediattvee'af
tei.theilth.:iostant. ' J. 'f'.A.220.127.116.11E,
I "Xieasnre r.
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1861. J 3D OPENING, 3D OPENING 1861.
SUMMER DRESS . GOODS
UP ETkRY DiSOMPTION.
The quality of the goods for the price will be an 10411 , 30
Ment to every one to purchase.
The most desirable goods of the season at a great sac
LAWNS and LAVELLAS
aro among the tie
CATHCART & BROTHER.
Next door to the . Harrisburg Bank.
The largest stookof the very best make to be found
at CATHCART 8,
i.:ekt door to the Harrisburg Rank.
Parasols,, Sun Umbrellas and Umbrellas
Twenty-five per cent
_lower than can be purchased
lsowhere in the city.
CATHCART & BROTHER,
No.ll, Market Square,
Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
E. M. GILDER, D. D. B.
OPPOSITE THE BRADY . HOUSE.
A 11 operaions, Surgical and Mechanical,
zuciaLutic.lly perlormecl. Charges moderate. Jes
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE.
rIIELE County Commissibliers heic.by make
known, that nes., WBDNESDAY JULY the 3d, 1861
04 0 o'clock A. NC., they will sell at public out:ory in
Brant's City Hall, Harrisburg, among me, various arti
cles not sere inumerated, one Bull, "known as ,the old
ct.art House ;" stone Coal, Stoves and Pipe, "Pigeon
noses" or Cases to store away papers therein, Desks, Book
Cases ike„ Terms or sale are "cash?! .
JOHN S. 1.11188F4t.
OACOB akag. •
Juno 25th 1861.
Patriot and Union insert.]
lIILKORY, OAK AND PINE WOOD
UU2 TO STOVE UR CORD LENOIR TO SUI 2
ALSO, LOCCSI PUT Ls AIVIO WIESTIVO RAILS COI
ALS , •, SION.E AND SAND FUR 'BUILDINCi
ltporf.t 01 the subscriber at MS resadeine on. the Ridge
Jppoene tau Goad Will Eugine douse, _Of at tile
aro, ouruar . a.
Of 6cluoad att Brual ffoi •r,
- 0;4 -
(liras ILARELSBURO BRIMS.)
NOTE PAPER, of six different desigrie;
printed in two colors, sold 1,7 the thousand and
u.y Lae resin at City Cash prides: • .
Also, Flags, Union Breast, tins; eagles, Union Rings
and Ea:lgal at very IoW prices. Call as " •
Dot T.' -J..: MILES . -
EF.E.R6 his .gervices citiz,eus;.9
~Harrisburg and tts He solicits .a. share o .
the public patronage, and gives assurance the:, his 'beet
endeavors shall be given to iendsfsatisfactiodih his pro:-
ression; Being 11l old, will•tried dentist, be feels sole ul
• nviung the public generally'to caq'on him, ii.u.ring
Item that they will not be dissatislicd,with his servjoos,
0:11oe No.3.!ha Market street; in the house tormerly -
euteed by .Jaceti,R. [lie United diates
aurrisourg, ra. •= - thyS-dly
NOTICE . TO TAX ?AYERS.
THE undersigned Collectors of. County
and State Taxes for the t - iesSist Yeer;within the
eity of Harrisburg, hereby informlhe public that litre
, er cent abatemitit Will be allowed on toe laws and'
County Tax up, to the 17th day of July cart.,. The places
of residence .ho todectord'aforefai i are ea follows :
rater Boratteisel, Firat Ward; Second below Mutt) airy
Nicholas Zollioger, Second Ward, Chesnut near Fourth
Joseph HoffrOaa, Ihird Ward, Market between Third
and Fourth streets.
Daniel 6trominaer, Fourth Ward, State near Third
Ll:umbers Dubba,'llll.llViritid, Tbird, above North Ma ee.
BeDj. s.lmmet4 iirati, near *mid '.lLaise.
ilkielefora all persona have an opportunity by calling
on coLlecLors rosinctivaly. and, cave Baia filliCOUllt by
prompt , palmont of add ia es: ;
by order of Couidy . Commlits loners,
EMPTY FLOUR RARRELS.i
1 IA( I LARGE NEW litclGliP kurTy
FLot3 . 4 8ae..0.44 g9c4 condition for sale
- U°2Bl - Jr., itai. •
~NEW LOT Or
LADIES' SHOPPING 85 TAAVELING BAG
lout rising a numbei of new etylei GENTS' and L
DIES , Money Purges and Wallet.% line ass ortine
ust rerAived wad tor Bale at
dl Market Street
SPECIAL ORDER; NO. 1<
Hartubury, May :47, 1861.
Quarter Master General R. C.liale is ordered
to forward the clothing, as per requisitions
dated 23d May last, by Colonels Harhiunft and
WDowell, of the Fourth and Fifth liegiments
Pennsylvania Volunteers, in place of sending
it as heretofore directed. Wile Fourth and
Fifth Regiments being now in actual service
and in great need of proper clothing.
By order of the Commander-in-chief,
JOAN A. WRIGHT,
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE "
Oral - LOB GAB. VERIOB
THE'undersigned being-eoolialed Ad
raluistrattiee or the Fatale of tieOrge.
dee'd, hereby notify all persons indebiedlo iota estate
to make payments, and ;those having ettinit tO present
them for settlement. WM. U. BOAC
June 21. 1881-fwd' Adminlatrejer's..
REDUCTION IN PRIOES I
IdEFINOES;PIain and Figured.
OASELMER hSVPlain and Figured.
ALL. WOOL Dii.LALNES, Extra Styles and Quality. -
11ROOA LONG SELt.WLB, different prices.
FINE sTOCK OF BLAIiii.ET SHAWLS.
The prices in all the above Goods, culeitunination,
be found "lower than ever," at ,
biontdoor to Uto'Harrninurg Bank.
liaacar,,Saasaltool4; _ _ •- •
Wataa Pup, aco4
Just readved tuld for sale at the Lawlor aalt , raairia
ea/tk. . :WM4.1401X
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JULY p, 1861
Hlliscoyered the most certahl, speed)
11.; and effhtual iemedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
REM IN MX TO TWTLVI HOCFRO.
No Blereary Or Noxious Drop
arA CORN WARRANTID OR NO CHARM', nv FRON ONI is
Weakness of the Baok or Limbs, Strictures, Pains lo
• the Loins; Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic
W,eakness, Nervous,Dability, Decay of the PhYsio Pow
ers, Dyspepsia, Languor ' Low Spirits, Confusion oi dean,
Sallitation of the Heart, Tiniidity, Trembling', Deimos"'
of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach, Affections
of the Head, Throat, Ncse or.Skln—those terrible disor
ders arising from the indiscretionhr Solitary Habits of
Youth—those dreadful and destructive practises which
produce Constitutional debility, render marriage impos
sible, and destroy both body . and mind.
Young men especially who have become the victuns of
solitary Vice, tliat dread Val and destructive habit whict
annually awe to an u-ttirpely grave thousands of
riling Men' of themost etuilttid talent and brilliant intel
lect, who might otl.crwise have entranced )isteninF
Senates with the thunders of elovence, or waked to ec-
Way the living lyre, may call ; wi:h full confidence.
Married persons, or thoSe contemplating marriage, be.
ing aware of physical weakness, should lmseedlately col.
snit Dr. J., and be restored to perfect health.
immedigkiy cured and 9rigor restored.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J., muy
religiously confiddin his honor as a gentleman, and coo,
fldently rely upon his skill as a physician.
airollice. No. 7 ~.South Frederick street, Balitnore,
Md., on the left hand side going from. Baltimore street, 7
doors from the corner. Be particular In observing the
name or number, or you will mistake - the place.: Be par
ticular for Ignorant, Trifling Quacks, with false [tames,
or Paltry liumbog Certificates, attracted by the repute-
Don of Dr. Johnson, lurk near.
All letters must contain a Postage Stamp, to use on the
Dr.:Johnson member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
London, gradnatefrom one of the most eminent 00111314 M
of the United States, and the greatest part of whose
has been spent in the Hospitals of London, ?aria, Phila
delphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most as
tonishing cures that, were ever known. Many troubled
with ringing in the.ears and head when asleep, great laer,
VOUSneila, being alaimed at 'sudden sounds, tinshfulness,
•with frequentblushhig,attencled sometimes with derange
went of mind were cured immediately,
• • . TARE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who having injured them•
selves by, private and improper indulgencies, that secret
and Solitary . habit which ruins both body and mind, an•
fitting - them for hither business or society. .
They, are same of the sad and melancholy au 0( to
ducea by early habits of youth, viz : Weakness of the
sack and Limbs, Pains in the geed, Dimness of Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, palpitation 9t the. Heart. Dys
pepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement or the 'Agents:,
iftikx.euX, tbe • fearful effects on the mind are 11l UOil tO
be - dreaded 7.-7 Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, De
pression .of - Spirits, Forebodings, Aversion toZiQele
ty; Senlittrust; Love of Solitude, Timidity, ite., are same
of tlte . evtl effects. .:
. persons of all ages, can now judge anal
eauce of ;their, decline in health,. losing their vtgari
'6o6CM:dug wog.; pale, nervous and 'emaciated, nave a
apptitrauce , dibqut the eyes, cough, and eymp
- me of consumption;
who have injured; themselves by a certain practice, to
dtdked inwhen alone—a habit frequently learned from
11.,aomnanlons, or at, school, the effects of •whiCh are
nightly felt; even When asleep, and if not cured, renders;
ntarriag,e impossible, and destroys both mind and body,
should apply immes - liatel,y, . .
Wilitt a Pity that a young man, the hopes of his coon.
try; the•darfing of his,parents, should be snatched Iron.
Ml prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequences
,of deviating, from the path of nature, and indulging in a
certain secret habit, yu pa persons must, before content
effect that a sound mind and body are the most necessary
requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
without these, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage; the prespect hourly, darkens to the view; the
mina becothee AA - dewed with despair, and alled.witli the
melandholy • reflection that the happiness of another be.
owes blighted with our own,
JoaNsosta IRVIGOrtATING REMEDY Fog oiji
. By, this greet .and lisportalitremedy,- Weakness et tit
!ii.gatiaare speedily : wed, and full:vigor, restored:
fhoullitede of the moat nervous and debilitated wilt
had lost all hope, havo been inamciliately relieved, Ali
imfiedimeuts to Marriage, PhYsleal or -Mental Disqualifi
cation, Nervous, Trembling,Weakness or lishaustion
the nisei. fearful Mud, speeily cured.
.. ... . ,
The many thorutande cured atthisllaniution within the
hat twelve years,sad the numerous important Surgical
C•peratiOnit porformed:WDr. J.; witnessed .by the re•
porters of the lapers, and many other pirathis, notices of
Which have appearedagain and again before the public,
beridee Me. 14,4* a s a. pepasmata 4:1 character and re
sporialaity, is a audlcientguarantee to the addicted.
DjsFASFSC,OF 11115.41JDENOF•7•When the mhiguiden
and imprudent votary of pleasure Sudshe has, imbibed
swede cd this' painful disease, it too often happens alta+
an ill•alined sense of shame or dread of discovery deters
Ilim from applying to those who, from education and re.
sPeetability can alone befriend him, delaying till the cot. .
'Bah/Menai syhipterne of this horrid disease make Luc , . ~ •
appearance, effecting the head, throat, nose, skin, c.c.. 4W
. • Onii • B SMITE'S
progressing on with frightful rapidity, till death:Tuts a;
period to his dreadhal sufferings by sending him to "that . •
beanie from whencti so traveler returns." It is a mei. BOOT fS6 S.ELOE STORE
anoholy fact that thousands tall victims to this terrible 3
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STS ,
disease, owingiothe unskilfulness of ignorant pretend.
ere, Mitho,,hy the use of that deadly poison, mercury, rule • .
the constitution and make the residue of life miserable. i, Harrisburg, Pa.
A LW.A.YB on hand a large assortment oi l
To spsuessats.—The Doctor's Diplomas hang in bit
olßee. _ BOUTS, suoa, GAITERS, ac., of me very best
Ad-Lett° Ts must wawa a Stamp toss on the reply . tuAnues for lathes,
.gentlemen ,nandsof d childr
ORK ens' we a r.-
-airßemedles sent by Mail. Prices to suit the times. All ki W 31AO TO
ihr.N 0.7 South frederick street, Baltimore. °BOER in the best style by superior workmen
arla-dawly . REPAIRING done at short notice.
. _. . ... . . oculli-thl JOHN B. , BM/TH
rt 211 C) "IT A.. Xal
You will please take notice that I have removerrmy
place.of bilelneei from No. 187 South Fourth Street, to
NOS. 114 and 118 RET,TFIF STREET,
Between Lombard and Soutla,.and Front and Second Sec)
Thankful for past &vont I solicit s continuance of your
orders. As I have enlarged my manufaotory so as to
enable me to have constantly on hands large assortment
of well seasoned Soaps, eller the best quality and tree
from nth Oil.
CASTILE and all'kinde of TOILET SOAPS.
• -canficaL OLIVE SOAP of pure material. SETTLED,
PALE and-BROWN SOAP, English Sal. Sods and Pus
32A80/ constantly on hand. r.PEEM, ADAMANTINE an
TALLOW CANDLES oI a belzes.
Having adopted the cash system I am enabled to offer
my goods at the-lowest 1.1 ices. Roping that you will
call and examine for yourself both the goods and prices,
before purchasing elsewhere.
I am Very Respectfully',
F. CONWAY, Philadelphia
CHAS . F. RIIIIPP,
_ so/.-ra .../twas STREET
7r - t9arr, , llll - I.tint.p rit•,
AT THE OLD STAND,
- • ttnotcnie and Retail Manufacturer of
PortMonniiive.f...tkibutand . Poisec. Dre.g a g Cases,
MoneyEelta, .. Reticules, . Cigar .Oases
Beam - % Casa, Leather Ram WritiaE l34o l
PeCket Bette, Port Fonts, Bill Books, ate.
SPEER'S SAMBUOI WINE,
Of Cultivated Portugal Elder.
Every Family Should Use.
S.PEER'S SABIBUCI- WINE.
CELEBRATED for . its medical and bone
tidal qualities as a genuine Stimulant, Tonic; Diu
retic and :!odorifie, highly esteemed by eminent physi
cians, and some of the first families in Europe and
S PEE WS SAIIIBUIA WINE
is not a mixture or manufactured article, but is pure,
from cultivated Portusad Elder, recommended by Chem
ists and Physicians as possessing medical properties Cu•
perior to any other Mixes in use, and an excellent arti
cle for all weak and dobAitated penioni, and the aged
and infirm, improving the appetite, and. benecting lauies
A LADIES' WINE,
because it will not intoxicate as other wino;, es it con
tains no mixture of spirits or other liquors, and is al
mired for its rich posultar flavor and nutritive properties,
imparting a healthy tone to too digestive orgAis, and a
blooming, slit and hesithy skin and cum olexion.
;None genuine unless the eiguatura of
ALFRED aPEER, Passaic, N. J.,
is over the cork of o och bottle,
MAKS. OAK 'ftiJAL OF THIS WINE.
A. t7irthiali, rroprietor.
Passaic, N. J.
Office 208 tiroadwa.y, New l ork.
J. H. EATON,
For sate by D. V. GrisS, iStCo. - , U. K. Keller, John
Wyeth and by dreggi.ite geaerally. jyl-daWly.
SOMETHING FOR THE TIKES ! ! !
A Necessity in Every Household I
JOJELIVB & CROBLLICO
American Cenient Glue
The Strongest Glue in the Woila
FOR CEMENTING WOOD, LEATHER, GLASS,
IVOitY, CHINA, MARBLE, YOR
OILAIN; ALABAS'T'ER, BONE,
CORAL, &c., &c.
The only article of the kind ever produced
wnich will withstand Water.
"Avery housekeeper should has, a au; ly of Johns
Crosley's amerivan Cement Gne."--
".,t le SO GUILVeLLOUt to neve faeuse"—w. 5.
.qt, is always ready ; this co rem suds to 0, ery uody."
"We have aged 4, and find it as uaetul our hoase es
water.. 2 —Wzcsaa nedur OF TEE 1:411.1,
Price 25 Cents per Bottle;
Very Liberal Reductions to Wholesale
ggi - For sale by all Druggists anti btorpkeep
ere generally throughout the country.
4.0.13N8 & uROSLEY,
(Corner of Liberty -
Horse and Carnaves for Sale.
THE, SUBSUltll3thi , otters at Pit“i AT.S
SALE the Boas., au . CAKit/AGES, late el
Doctor Ortif,il ceased.' Vile , L , .nie is 11 dark bay au out
aeon years old, Oau care a . 4e 1, new add well; calcu
fatal ions family, ash , ut4 a. 41 .11 t top and a small pint-
Axe seat in front for cuildeca. Vile other carriage IS a
luw swung root:away, rer, o•—ivittient fur aged persons,
The bor.te and carriagos Jae 11j W./e4l at the reSIIICOGC ul
the subscribe: an Pro ,1 rlsburg. .
61Ait1116 Oft Exeuutrix.
NOTICE TO TilE PUBLIC,.
V 'IBE UNDER,SIGNELD COMMISSION-
Ells of Dauphin county, l parsu 01 an Act 01
tieue, al AsseinOly of Lae Co‘innouwealta. 01 .1.-'ortn
sy.ivania, approved Lila 16th day in .way, I.Stil, ea fitted
"an aot to a atho r ize the COJlllll,sioners of ila up hiu. eo hit ;
ty to appropreme a certain sus of mosey 101 the sup
port of the 1 . 110111103 of Volunteers during toe (,resent
war," de nereoy tutors the public tuat they wilt Wake
a 10.1111 LO Lae alatlaaL of a Min not exceeding ten tinmeand
dollars, for which bonne wilt be issued for term - sot ex
ceeding ten years, with coupons attached, for the payment
&half yearly interest, payable at the County Treasury
6 per cent. Said uonds are to be clear or an taxation. .1.
is therefore hoped teat the said amount in bonds of s
amouuts as ihe lenders will desire, wilt Oa prospt
' ly taken by he patriAle capitalists 0. others, With out
resorting to special taxation at this time.
JOHN ~.. 21.1.1;,6111t,
JACiJit 13.c.11.11, Ctoneussioilera.
GEO. GAM GKIU ill
Attest—Jossm IaLLIEIi, Clerk. iny2.9-daw
AQuANTITI of Bags, Oneoks awl Ging
hams far sale by We dozen and piece, uheap
e4.a, at the DAUViiIiNI CouN I , Y ettln,JlN. :nya•Sm .
ILIRRIBUAG )lay 8, iSel.
- rfili.E undersigned, administrator of the
estate oY B.KNJASIIN JO:tihtN, .dec'ci., hereby;no.
tines all persons indebted to said estate to make payment,
and those, having claims to present them properly au
! ttieniicated for settlement. EU. JuttuA.N,
jy 1-dlow6W Administrator.
NEW COAL OFFICE.
1 - 11 HE UNDER6ItiNED having entered ill
y to the COAL TRaDg in this city, would respectfully
soucit the patronage of the citizens. I - will keep on hand
Coal'of all sizes, from the most celebrated and "appr °Veit
manes, vanaL will be delivered to any pal of tne city,
free from dirt and outer impurities, Aria, Wsuis
Gosmorrlan. Cw Fog osie BY 'ma Doi! Loan, Can
Leen on :Ascii Yersans purchasing by.iiie Boat
or Car Load will receive 2,d40 pounds - to the-Toff: •
Mu No. 74 Market strectoecond door from Dewber
ry alle4 Yard on the Canal, loot of North street. 01
dere lot tat either plane will recetve prompt attention.
ap•Odly .10i1.Y W. HALL, agent.
E'oi7tfirEt. 9 l€s .
DURRHCEA AND CHOLF.RA.
• A, N T./ D 0 T E ,-
For the cure of these distressing maladies. Agreeatrle
to the taste.
Every moldier should procure a bottle of this Valuable
medicine before they take up their llae of march. For
C. A. BANNTART'S, Drug Store,
m y2-dSm zrrima,m,
VIT AN TED.---A! iliSl26 TO BELL PACK
v AGER. of STATioNAIL 1,13,1 JEWELRY, at pzi•
ces one third less than e
can oe purchasd else
Cali on or address (amp enclosed.) .1 L. SALLE;
an73-41Tond • No. 15-1 Court Street, Boston, Mas
X 1.25 An excellent article fCo m
• taercial Note Paperban be had for
v ., :AMERS ONEaP BoOfid - . ONE
WANTED.—Two or three good black
', ir amitlas and iralerll traps makers at the Harris
burg Car Work& ' jy*4ot
A Large itud.thoroughly complete Stack of
BIBLES, COMPRISING EVERY VARIETY
From the Smallest Pocket to the largest sized and Ones
Has Just been purchased and received Pi . ..cm the Fat
Trade Sales. Baying purchased these at
EXT.II.IgIIIEL* - LOW RATES,
they will be sold at a very small advance.
Please cal land examine the stoOk Sy
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
' • 61 Market Street.
A NEW AND FINE ASSORTMENT
At all prices, for Bale at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
61 Market &tee
VAN INGEN & SNYDER,
Designers and EnoTavers on Wood
N. E. COIL FIFTH & OF - RSTNUT STS.,
EXEOG.TE all kinds of Wood Engraving
with beauty, correctness and dispatch. Original
assigns furnished for Fine Book illustrations. Persons
wishing cuts, by sending a Photograph or Daguerreotype,
can have views of Colleges, Churches, &ore Fronts,
Machines, litoves, Patents, ko., engraved as well on per
Fancy Euvetupes, Labels, Bill Headings, Show MB,
Visiting, Business and other Cards, engraved in the
highest style of art, and at toe lowest prices.
For specimens of flue engraving, see the Illustrated
works of J. tl. Lippincott &Uri., E. H. Butler &Co,
ACONTROLLING ELEMENT OF NA
TIONALITY is the system of education in a coun
try. "In proportion as the structure of a government
gives force to public opinion, that public opinion should
bo enlightened."—W oshing!on's Farewell Aduress.. To
this end the people in general should be educated into a
correct and familiar acquaintance with the nature and
principles of our government and civil institutions.
"OUR GOVERNMENT: An explanatory statement of
the system of Government of the Country, .kc, A MANIT.
.1, FOR SCHOOLS, AOADRWEN AND POPULAR USE,"
Is a work which, with proper historical notices, gives
the construction of the provisions of the Constitution of
the United States and of those of the several States, as
determined by judicial authority; or derived from stand
ard writers, including some references to administrative
wa and practice, so as to show the actual working of our
general system of Government. It is free from specula
tive opinions ' conservative its tendency, and calculated
to cultivate the love of our.country. It bas been used
to a considerable extent, in the EDUCATION OF YOUTH
sn different ;antes, and is recommended by Jurists,
Atatesmen and Presidents, and Professors of Colleges.—
Priice $lOO. Sold by 11L M'KINNEY •
del -Harrisburg, Pa,
JOHN WALLOWER, Jll, Agt .
Central, Cumberland Valley and Pennsylvania Railroads
HAULING AND DRAYING to and from all parts of the
city to the ninefold, Railroad depota will be done 'at the
very lowest rates.
FAMILINS removing will be promptly attended. to.
Orders 'eft at Brunt's European Hotel, or at the store
of E. S. Zollinger, will receive prompt attention. Con
signments of freight respectfully solicited. -'. -
JOHN WALLOWER,. JR., 41.,
Office Reading Depot.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE:
Steam between Ireland and Ameriea
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
HE following new and magnificent first
class paddle-wheel Steamships compose the above
line : .
ADRIATIC, 5,8813 toss burthen.... ..... .Capt. J. Maury.
(formerly of the Collins Line.)
HiBERNIA, 4,400 tons burthen, Capt. N. Drowse.
COLUABIA, 4 400 " " It Leitch.
ANGLIA, 4:,400 . 4 " Nicholson.
PACIFIC, ' 2,600 ~" I. Onith.
PRINCE ALBERT, (Screw),
3 , 300 ft it I t Walker.
One of the above ships will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Galway, carry
ng the go vernment mails touching at St. Johns, N. F.
The Steamers of this Sae have been constructed with
the greatest Care, under tae- supervision of the govern.
mont, have water-tight compartments, and are unex
celled for comfort, safety and speed by any steamers
afloat. They are commanded by able and experienced
officers, and every exertion will be m‘de to promote the
comfort of passengers.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship.
RATES OF Ensues
First-class from N. Y. or BOWS to Galway or Liverpool,
First-class, to St. Johns, 35
Third-class, " " to Galway or Liverpool,
or any town in Ireland, on a hallway, 30
Third-class passengers are liberally supplied with pro
visions of the best quality, coolted and_ served by the
servants of the Company.
Parties wishing to send for their friends from the old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway,
in Ireland, or from the principal cites of England and
Scotland at very low rates.
Passengers for New York, arriving by the Boston
Steamers, will be forwarded to New York troe of charge.
For passage or further information apply to
WM. H. WICKHAM,
At the oftles.of the Company on the wharf foot of Cana
stre-t, NeW York.
ap24-w6rn HOWLAND St. ASPINWALL, Agents.
HOWARD fk HOPE EXPRESS CO,
Short and Quick Route to and from
GOODS ORDERED IN THE MORNING
TIJRNEH THE SAME NIGHT
Leave blew Yors. at 1,;(, P. fir, by Fast Through Ex
press Train, arriving in Harrisburg at 3 A. M.,
WITROVI MANGE OF CARS.
Order Goods, marked
Via. SOPS EXPRESS 00
74 BoSadway, New Yolk.
Branch " 412 "
For ranher information mquireei ,
myla ' (MU G.EI3ERGNii
Having procured tame- Power Presses, we are
prepared to execute JOB and BOOR PROTINO of every
description, cheaper that it can be done at any other es
tahlishmentin the country.
.104 .- .Enur Sees or less constitute ono-nalf square. 1I tt
Rees or snore than four constitute _ a square.
Uslt Square, on, day
.• one week
~. . .
three months ..... .............. 3 60
:i.• els months 4 0
one year ..., ... ..... . ~ aOO
'Ale Sluare one day 60
I. one week._ .•
.. . .............. 200
61 one month . 3 00
o three months._ _. . 6 00
it six months., ... ............. : 8 0 0
One year 10 00
AM - Business notices inserted in the Lecai column, or
before Marriages and Pintas, 1 , 4 v.el CENTS PEE LINE
or each insertion.
Xi - Marriages unc I.l4 , ,ttits in ba charg,l 4e regular
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
The Senators from Seceding States
PASSAGE OF THE ARMY AND NAVY
Aggregate Appropriations One Hundred
and Sixty-seven Millions.
THE PRESIDENT SUSTAINED.
CONTINUATION OF THURSDAYS PROCEED/NW.]
SE:rATE.-11r. CLARK (N. H.) called up the
resolution offered yesterday in regard to the
expulsion of Senators Mason, Hunter, °Bagman,
Bragg, Chestnut, Nicholson, Sebastian, Mitch-
ell, Wigfall, and Hemphill, being those Sena
tors who have not made their appearance, and
vacated their seats at the last session
Mr. BAYARD (Del.) saw no reason for anything
more than declaring their seats vacant. The
people of their respective States have gone out,
they think, in the exercise of a right. He
thought it revolutionary, but saw no reason for
charging these Senators with conspiracy.
Cuats.said he wanted to deny openly the
right of secession, and that when he places him-
self in opposition to the government it merited
expulsion. He wanted the men who turned
their guns against the nation to. be. rejected
from the Councils of the nation
The resolution then passed—yeas 32, nays 10.
Messrs. Bayard, Breckinridge, Bright, John-
soo, (Tennessee,) Johnson, (Missouri) Latham,
Nesmith, Polk, Powell and Rice voting in the
The resolution approving the acts of the
President was taken up.
Mr. POLK resumed his remarks. Lie said in
he State of Missouri no law of the United
States had been obstructed, and yet the State,
under no pretext of law, had been invaded by
United States troops from lowa and Kansas.—
He proceeded to argue that
Lyon, and - in some detail to occurrences in St.
Louis, which he characterized as illegal and
unconstitutional, and also referred to the course
of Gen. Harney. He was willing to do any
thing to put a stop to this unholy war, but
would do nothing to continue it,
HOUSE. —Mr. Szcvmcs stated that the army bill
was based on estimates of war department, and
that it was the desire of the committee of ways
and means to finish their business in the least
possible time. They could not Wait for other
committees to make their reports, as they hoped
to complete their business so that the House
might adjourn next Thursday. They are dis
posed in these war times to give all the govern_
meat asks, trusting that before half a year shall
pass away peace may be restored. The im
portance of having disciplined troops was so
obvious as not to require any argument. If the
army should be too large, after the rebellion is
suppressed it would be easy to reduce it.
The bill proposes a war standard.
Mr. Hiciritax said, I am for the largest num
ber of men. If the rebellion in the Southern
States requires twice five hundred thonsand
men, I am for employing them, and the eighteen
loyal 'Northern States will do the same thing.
We intend that the Constitution and the Union
shall be maintained ; let treason assume what
shape it may, and marked by_ whatever num
bers, it shall not destroy either the one or the
other. I trust in God the gentleman from
Kentucky does not speak the sentiments of his
own section, much less those of the entire State;
but whether he does or not, I say frankly it
matters not to those engaged in this work of
preserving the Constitution and the Union, for
whatever may be their action the government
will be sustained and perform its legitimate
Mr. VALLANDIGICA3I, (Ohio,) offered a proviso
to the bill that no part of the money appropri
ated should be used for the employment of
forces for the purpose of subjugating any States
and holding them as conquered provinces, nor
for interfering with African slavery in any
States. Rig object was to dismiss- from the
minds of any who might misunderstand the
purposes of the war that it was carried om for
Mr. ITAnasmosuca's amendment was rejected.
The army bill, after several minor amend
ments was laid aside to be reported to the
The bill making appropriations forthe naval
service was taken up and read through without
The committee then rose, when 'these - two
bills were severally passed, the House refusing
to order the yeas and nays on the final vote.
The House concurred in the amendments of
the Senate to the bill for the payment of the
militia and volunteers, and the House then
adjourned. _ .
LATEST FROM GEN. McCLELLAN.
BOHANNON, July 11.
A courier that left Gen• McOlellan's camp at
nine o'clock this morning has arrived here.
He states that .at three o'clock this morning
Gen. McClellan divided his forces and started
out in two divisions to surround thJ rebels.
Two prisoners brought in report the, rebel
force at 2600, but that they occupied' ti string
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