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Friday Afternoon, July 12, 1861.
TRY. CITY Twins last night contained four
drunken soldiers from Camp Curtim One of
them paid a fine and was discharged, and the
balance, having invested all their " spondu
licks " in tanglefoot, were Sent to prison.
CAPTURE OF A THIEF. - Al soldier named
Charles Livingston was arrested by officer Fleck
yesterday afternoon, charged with robbing
Emanuel Werrick, also a soldier, of seven dol
lars Alderman Kline committed him to prison
for a further hearing.
Pion POCKET.-A member of the light finger
ed fraternity, answering to the name of John
Fails ; detected in an attempt to abstract money
from the pocket of a railroad conductor, was
captured by officer Fleck last evening. Alder
man Kline committed him for trial.
MINNESOTA SOLDIERS.-Thirty Six Minnesota
soldiers, belonging to Colonel Gorman's com
mand, reached here this morning en route for
Washington to join their regiment. They were
absent on Iroutier duty at the time the regi
ment left St. Paul. They are fine looking men
and well equipped.
Fon WASHINGTON.--At a late hour last night
Mr. J. J. Weitzel, of this city, received a tele
graphic dispatch from Col. Thomas A. Scott,
directing him to proceed to Washington city
without delay. He left in the first train this
morning. We presume Mr. Weitzel is to be
employed in the government railroad service.
He is an old and experienced railroader, having
scrved in the capacity of conductor on the Penn
sylvania Central for many years.
A DESPERATE CHARACTER.-A young soldier
named John Morrison committed some offence
yesterday, while intoxicated, for which officers
Radabaugh and Fleck were ordered to arrest
him. They did not find him until about mid
night, and when the object of their mission was
made known the fellow resisted violently and
drew a knife with which he threatened to "gut"
them. After some difficulty the officers secured
and Alderman Kline committed him to
prison for trial.
THE HARVEST. —ln this latitude we are in the
midst of the wheat and oat harvest, while the
cornfields that have escaped or recovered from
the ravages of the cut worm give good promise
for the future. Thus far the year has been a
good year, and our rural friends can grumble
only about markets. The crops are abundant,
and the average increase in quantity will proba
bly counterbalance the depreciation in prices.
There are many thousands in this broad land
to whom a dollar's saving in the cost of a
barrel of flour will be of vital importance this
HARVEST HOME.—Some of our farmers have
suggested the idea of a grand harvest home
celebration here, to be participated in by agri
culturists generally throughout the county.—
The idea is a good one, in - view of the abundant
crops now being gathered, and we hope it will
be carried out :
" Come, ye thankful people come,
Raise the song of harvest home !
All is safely gathered in,
Ere the winter storms begin.
God our Maker cloth provide,
He our wants bath all supplied.
Come to God's own temple, come—
Raise the song of harvest home I"
4°l FOR Tux SEAT or WAR.—The sixth regiment
of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps, Colonel
Rickets commanding, left Camp Curtin this af
ternoon for the seat of war on the upper Potomac.
The men were clad in the new uniforms recent
ly received, and presented a fine appearance.
The Bloomsburg Cornet Band, one of the best
in the State, accompanied this regiment. There
are now at Camp Curtin only seven companies
of infantry and three of artillery. A large force
of the reserve corps, now stationed at the Pitts
burg and Easton camps, will be moved here in
a short time.
A FAST CROWD.—Three Philadelphia volun
teers, giving the names of Wm. H. Rolette,
Robert Duddy and Chas. Togan, concluded to go
on a "bender" yesterday, and make an excur
sion to the rural districts. They accordingly
hired a horse and carriage from Mr. George W.
Locher, and had a good time during the day.
Last evening, however, the "bold sager boys"
were arrested, at the instance of Mr. Locher,
for abusing his horse and damaging his carriage.
Alderman Kline made out papers for their com
mitment to prison, but the boys finally agreed
to pay the amount of damages demanded, and
THE BExturFur, COUNTIII:.—In the midst of
the hot term, while old Sol is nearly stationery,
or rather while he takes his first lagging steps
in his long travel Dixieward, any citizen who
can afford to shake off the dust of the town for
a few days, and who can muster pluck enough
to bury himself amid the surroundings of
some quiet farmhouse, will be a gainer in two
or three ways. In the first place, he will see
the country in its most charming summer garb,
and may contrast the beauties of present July
With the memory or the prospect of matchless
October. Wesmust go to the rural districts if
we would find Nature. She is maimed or mur
dered in town, or exiled from it.
OCR VOLUNTEERS.—The Boston Transcript is
publishing some letters from a private in the
First Pennsylvania regiment, in which the
writer mentions as one of his amusements in
camp, the study of a "Compendium of Classi
cal Literature," which he criticises with ease
and eloquence. He adds :
" With a candle in the socket of a bayonet,
and the bayonet stuck into the earth, seated on
the floor of my tent, I devoured the productions
of the master minds of antiquity. Hunger,
thirst and fatigue I forgot, when, after the ar
duous duties of the day, I plunge into the
" Compendium." The notes and biographi
cal sketches are a rich mine of knowledge to
RAILROAD ACCIDENT.—The other evening Mr.
William Duke, conductor on the Northern
Central Railway, had his foot badly crushed in
consequence of being caught between two cars
of his train.
THE CAMERON GUARDS constitute a portion of
the Provost Guard stationed in Martinsburg,
where they will remain for the present. Two
gentlemen of our city, who returned from that
place to day, report. the boys all well and in
ARREST or THIEVES.—Last evening officer
Radabaugh arrested Wm. Sturtzman and James
Ambrose, charged with robbing a Mr. Marken
dollar of a cloth coat and other articles. Both
are canal men, and strangers in this city. Al
derman Kline committed them for trial.
SHOWERY. —Several sweet refreshing showers
have fallen recently, under the reviving influ
ence of which vegetation is growing beautifully,
and the purified atmosphere is redolent with
the perfume of opening flowers :
" Fragrant the fertile earth
After soft showers. "
Two FUNERALS took place this afternoon—
that of Michael Rogers one of the victims of the
late railroad accident near Highspire, and that
of Cyrus Bates. The former was attended by a
number of Pennsylvania Railroad employees,
and the latter by delegations of the various fire
GONE TO VmarsiA.—Colonel Gregg, of Centre
county, passed through this city last evening,
on his way to Virginia, to make an effort for
the relief of the company from that county re
cently captured by the rebels near Martinsburg.
We sincerely hope the Colonel may succeed in
accomplishing the object of his mission.
PRESENTATION.—WiIIiam Cameron, Esq., of
Lewisburg, yesterday sent his brother, Colonel
James Cameron, of the 79th Now York regi
ment, one of the finest horses ever raised in
that section of the country, and we doubt if his
equal will be found in the army. He is ,a large
bay, full of mettle, and we hope he may carry
the Colonel successfully through the war with
the rebels, and that he will return safe to meet
his numerous friends. All who are acquainted
with the Colonel know him to be
determined man, and equal to the responsible
position in which he has been placed.
HARD BUTTER WITHOUT ICE.—To have de
lightful hard butter in summer without ice,
the plan recommended by the Scientific American
is a good one. Put a trivit, or any open flat
thing with legs, in a saucer ; put on this trivit
the plate of butter : fill the saucer with water ;
turn a common flower-pot upside down over the
butter, so that its edge shall be within the
saucer and under the water. Stop up the whole
of the flower-pot with water, set in a cool place
until morning ; or if done at breakfast, the but
ter will be veryluird by supper time.
MORE Rowovrsm.—During the greater part
of last night squads of druken soldiers peram
bulated our city, disturbing the rest of citizens
with their bacchanalian, revels, and behaving
generally in a very rowdy-like manner. In
some localities discreditable scenes of riot and
disorder occurred ; and at an early hour of the
evening several houses were invaded by these
stragglers from camp, and the female inmates
insulted and frightened. Can not something
be done by the military authorities to keep the
soldiers in camp during the night ? The worst
class of them manage to get into the city every
evening, and they are becoming an intolerable
COMPLIMENTARY. —One of our Pittsburg ex
changes has a strong commendatory notice of
the services of Andrew Carnegie, Esq., the
young but always efficient Superintendent of
the Western Division of the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company. He is at present temporarily
located at Washington City, where he has some
very arduous and responsible duties to perform,
in the management of the railroad communi
cation between the capital of the United States
and Annapolis. Mr. C. was bro't up at the
feet of Col. T. A. Scott, the railroad monarch
of the day, and the proof of his enjoying the
confidence of that gentleman is perhaps the
best proof of his worth and ability.
THE SUMMER RESORE9.—This summer such
watering places as Bedford and Saratoga, and
such sea-side resorts as Cape May and Newport,
are very likely to be comparatively deserted by
the classes who in former times frequented
them. Formerly they owed no small portion
of their support to the chivalry and beauty of
"Dixie's Land," who, in consequence of the
war, and of their newly asserted if not newly
born hatred of the stars and stripes, will proba
bly not venture to the North at this, time. We,
of the Free States, have also to complain of the
hardness of the times, and of the shortness of
spending money just at present. All expendi
tures which are not absolutely necessary are
being curtailed. Families which a year ago
were accustomed to set forth as soon as hot
weather came, with a vast array of trunks, and
unlimited confidence in the plethoric pocket
book of the head of tke house, are now begin
ning to talk of the vulgarity of the popular re
sorts, and the superior attractions of summer
retreats nearer home. The responsible chief of
the domestic circle announces that watering
places are demoralizing and nonsensicak the
junior members of the family announce it as
their opinion that they are "slow," and not to
be compared with a lounge in an arm-chair at
Herr's, the United States or the Jones House ;
the crinoline and ringleted department, mak
ing a virtue of necessity, pronounce them vul
gar and out of date, and "wouldn't go for the
world" this season. The consequence will
probably be that a diminished attendance will
mark the reopening of the summer season at
the places of fishionable resort ; and that the
landlords and boarding-house keepers will ex
perience the same falling-off in custom which
has attended their brethren of the metropolitan
districts. The war and the hard times will
prove too much fOr them, as it has done for
the cultivators of more permanent pursuits in
our North= and Southern cities.
Pennipliffiniet nailv itelegraph, frthav Afternoon, lutp 12, 1.661
THE Mixon PRAYER MEETING will be held in
the Presbyterian church, corner of Market
square, to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, com
mencing at four o'clock, as usual.
AN APPROPRIATE Tm for a patriotic discourse
may be found in the nineteenth verse of the
twelfth chapter of Jeremiah "The cities of the
South shall be shut up, and none shall open
THE FIRST CITY ZounvEs, Captain Kelm, in
tend parading to-morrow evening at six o'clock,
when our citizens will have a fair opportunity
of seeing this crack company go through a re
gular Zouave drill.
VIOLATING ORDINANCES. - Several more citi
zens were before the Mayor to-day, some for
permitting their dogs to run at large without
muzzles, and others for purchasing articles in
market before five o'clock. All were fined the
A Duren STORY.--In a modest tenement in
the upper section of the city, reside two fami
lies. In the lower part of the house lives a
woman whom we shall designate as Mrs. 8.,
and on the second floor a German and his wife.
The German has for a long time been in the
habit of administering corporeal castigation to
his better half. The other day the woman
wanted to get her bonnet fixed up. The hus
band refused to give her money for that purpose,
and abused her violently for making the request.
He then took off a pair of thin pants and put
on thick ones, leaving seven dollars in the
pockets of the former. His wife found this sum
when about to wash the cast-off unmentiona
bles, and appropriated it to her own use. Soon
after the husband returned to the house and
demanded the money. She denied all knowl
edge of it, whereupon he beat her severely.
After the smart of the blows had diminished
and the husband had departed, the woman went
down stairs to her friend Mrs. 8., to whom she
confided the statement of her troubles. Mrs.
B. told her that she had made a great deal of
noise when her spouse was beating her. "Oh!"
replied the sobbing woman, "I cries and takes
a thumping every day for seven dollar!" Of
course she got her bonnet "done up" in good
STILL GREATER REDUCTION IN DRY GOODS.
Best quality of English Gingham from 12i to
25 cents. Beautiful assortment of Dress Goods
from 12 1 1 to 25 eents. Delaines and Challie
Delaines reduced from 25 to 16 cents. Lawns
in great variety from Bto 3711. cents. Furnish
ing goods at the lowest cash prices. Good as
sortment of French Lace 'Mantles and silk
capes very cheap. Unicie & BOWIIAN,
2t Cor. Front and Market sts.
NEW GOODS FROM NEW YORK AUOTION.-50
pieces of Grey Goods at 10, 12i- and 20 cts.
100 dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs for 3,
5 and 6 cts. 10 pieces Lavella Cloth for 7 cts.
25 dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs for 12k,
worth 25 cts. Splendid Mohair Mitts at 31 and
37 cts. 15 dozen towels at 12i 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 61 cts. 50
pieces Broche J3oidering very cheap; A large
lot of bleached and unbleached Muslin. Now
is the time to buy bargains at Lewy's.
kMPOHIPANT TG FEDIALKS
DR. OH EESMAN'6 PILLS,
Prepared by Comeau L. Cbtieseman, M. D.,
SEW YORK OITY
combination'of ingredients in these
Pills are the result ot a long and extensive ',mono..
T ey are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Painful Menstruation, removing all ob
streetiew, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites , all tier
volts affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the bait and
limbs, Ste., disturbed sleep, which arise from tutor: optics
Cheesenatin's Pills are invaluable, so win bang
on the monthly period with regularity. L., Pies wan have
been disappointed in the use of oilier rills can place the
utmost confidence in Lir. lineenounin'n Pills doing ail that
they represent to do.
there is one condition of the female sugfein in which the
Pits cannot be taken miaow' liedtunng a PECULIAR
RESULI. the condition rd 1:0 is Fiat; NANCY—
the recall, MISCARRIAGE Such is the irresistible
tendency of the niedidne to restore lie - soma/ functions is a
normal condition, :hat sum the reproductive pacer of
nature cannot resist it.
Warranted purely vegetable, and free irem auythlng
injurious, Explicit directions, which should be read, ac.
company each box. Price $l. Sent by mail on enclosing
$1 to DR CORNILIIIII L. CIIIMINAN, Box 4,131, Peg (Mee
New Voris City.
Sold by Mao Iggist in every town In the United states!
it. B. fIUTCHINUS,
tieuettri A,v , ollec the Uuited Staten,
14 Broadway, New Veya,
70 whom all Wholesale orders .thould IIL add ,,,, t,
Sold in Efarrisburts, by f. A. 144 , q4'7.417.
A CARD TO THE LADIES
DR• DUPONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
nfsllible n correcting, regulating, and remoyrin a
obstructions, from whatever cause, anti I.
ways successful as a preven
THESE PILLS BATE BEEN USED BY
the doctors for many years, both In France anu
America, with unparalleled success in every case ; an.,
he is urged by many thousand ladies who used thorn, to
make the Pills public for the alleviation of those suffering
from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an increase of family where health will not permit it
particularly situated, or these supposing them.
are cautioned against these Pills while in that
condition as they are start! to produce miscarriage, ane
the proprietor assumes no responsibility after this adizio
ninon, although their mildness would prevent any mis
chief to health—otherwise the Pills are recommlinded.
Full and explicit directions accompany each box. Price
$1 00 per box. Sold wholesale and retail by
CHARLES A. RANNVAftT, Druggist,
No. 2 Jones Row, Harrisburg, Pa.
"Ladies," by sending him $1 00 to the Harrisburg
Post Cube can have the Pills sent free of observation to
any part of the country (confidentially) and "free of pos
tags , by mail. Sold also by S. S. Sowings, Reading,
JOHNSON, Hottower Coworse, Philadelphia, J. L. Lea
lIIRGER, Lebanon, DANIBI EL likumni, Lancaster; J. A,
Worn, Wrightsville E. T. MILLBR, York ; and by one
druggist in every city and village in the Union, and by
S. D. Howe, ole proprietor, New York.
N. 11—Look out for counterfeits. Bey no Golden Pills
or any kind unless every box Is signed S.l). Howe. Ai
others are a base imposition and ens ale; therefore, so
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 on account of the Pills
being oonutertelted deg-itwaseily.
Tax ECONOWI 1316.111. TH.—This busy nation of Ameri
cans have 12,000,000 working people, whose cervices
may be estimated at $2 a day, and their annual loss by
sickness at an average of ten days each in the year.—
This gives a total loss of $210,001,000 a sum three times
as large as the whole cost of the General Government,
iudcluding the Army, Navy, Post offices, Legislators,
Foreign Idmisters and all. The amount weighs over six
banned tons in pure gold.
A large proportion of this costly suffering might be
averted by attention to diet, cleanliness, and above all,
by the proper use of the right remedy in season. When
a 25 cent boa of Ayer's has will avert an attack of ill
ness which it would take several days to recovo. from,
or. a dollar bottle of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, will expel a
lurking disorder that would bring the sufferer to his
back for weeks or months, does it take any figures to
show ttrt good economy of the investment? When Fever
and Agne is rankling in your veins, and shaking your
life out of you, is it worth the dollar it costs tor his AGUE
CUES io havo the villainous disorder expelled, which it
does enn I quickly? When you have taken a cold Is
it prudent to wait until it is settled on the lungs, when
days or we K: or mcntbs must bo spent in trying to
Coro lt, e, en if it can be cured at all, or is it cheaper to
take Ayres Cuerry Pectoral, coaling a few shi Ilings, and
remove the trmible before it Le serious?, It takes no Wis
dom to (t-Cade. .
For'sale by C. A. Bannvart, C. K. Keller, D. W.
Gross & Co., J. M. Lutz, Holman & Co., Armstrong
lied dotal: everywhere. jyh-dew
CJ MAILIDEty LADIES,
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!!
Wm. A. Batchelor's flair Bye
The Original and Best in the World
11 others are more Imitations, and should be *voided
if you wish Wosoaiie
• • -
GRAY, RED, OR RUM HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and Natural Brown and Blank, without injury
to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MEDALS and DIPLOMAS have been award
ed to tVm. A. .titenelor sloce 1859, an I over 80,000 ap
pliceticus h ,ve been ma to he Hair of hie p drops of
his famous dye.
WM. A. ItATIMELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and is warranted
not to injure in toe mast, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill elfe.cts of Bad Dyes remedied; the Hair
invigorated for life by thin splendid Dye.
:Aid in all cities and towns of the United antes, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
A d 7r- The Greninue has the name and address upon a
steel plate engraving on four side.; es each box, of WIL
LIAM A. BATGLIELOR, Address
CHARLES BATCHELOY, Proprietor,
81 Bare by etreei, New York
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rplllB SPLENDID HAIR DYE haß uo
equal—instantaneous in eirca—Beautiful Black ur
Natural Brown—no staining the shin nr injuring the
Hair—remedies the absurd and ill effect of Had Dyes, and
invigorates the Hair for life. Noon are genuine unless
signed °'WY. A. Batchelor " tiold everywhere.
CHAS. !IA .'coortaor.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
SIR JAMES ULARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from a Prescription of Sir J. Ciark,c,
Phys - teian Ezbuordinary to the Queen.
Fins invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure et ah
those and tliuigerous rlieteuses 10 er;liel: the female
constitution Is subject IL moderates all excess and re•
'novel all obstructions, sad a speed:, or, lany the
PtEA 11 i IL, ALi
tla petinliaro. suited It will is a sliest 11113( . ., Urn.,
montiti. period witu regularity.
Eattb bottle, !wine OLIO Uollxt , bears toe ttoveron.ssi
'tamp or Great Britain, to prevent couuterisiti
These Pills should not be taken by females during the
FIRST THREE MaNTHSof Prey naucy, as they are sure
to briny on Miscarriage, but at any other time they are
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Alli , ctiena, Pain to
the Wick and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Pulpits
lion or the Heart, Hysteric,: and Thites, hese Pills wit
effect a cure when all other means have smiled • and al
though a powerful remedy, do not contain men, calon,ol,
antimony, or any thing hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package
which should be carefully preserved.
N. 11.—51.00 nod 6 postage stamps enclosed to any as
therizel Agent, will insure a bottle, containing 50 Pills,
by return mail,
car • , ala iy9 dawlly
THE Dit. K ANE REFRIGERATOR.
rHi :I,perior kr.EIiIUER9TUIi. to
t gether with severtl over 01 , e.ther elyleo, may be
found at the immaactory, at exceedingly low prices.
Also a great variety "! HATER COOLERS, of supe
Cur. Dock and P' , ar .itreet,
r` UNIFY Till. BLOOD
MOFFAT'S LIFIt PILLS AND PIIGINIX BITTERs.
i'ree 1 - 4,,m all Mineral Poisons.—ln oases of ,Scrofula
Ulcers. Scurvy, or b:ruptiouti of the Skin, the operation
of the Life liedicinee to truly astonishing, often removing
in a few days, every vestig.: of these loathsome diseases
by their purifying effects on the blood. Billious Fevers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles, and in short,
most all diseases coon yield to their curative properties
No family should be without them, as by their timely
use much sneering sod expense may be saved.
Prepared by WM. B. D., New York, and
teals by vii Draggle st uov9w.ly
ORDERS NO. 12.
HEAD QUARTERS IL V. C.
HARRISBURG, July 1, 1861.
Orders No. 2 emanat from these Head Quar ,
ters, dated June 5, 1861, are hereby modified in
paragraphs II and IV so as to read as follows:
ORDERS NO. 2.
HEADQUARTERS R. V. CORPS, t .
HARRISBURG, June 5, 1861.
I. A Department of Ordnance and a Depart
ment of Transportation and Telegraph will be
established at these headquarters.
11. Capt. T. J. Brereton will have charge of
the Ordnance Department, and Lieut. Col. Jos.
D. Potts will, in like manner, have charge of
the Transportation and Telegraph Department,
vice Lieut. Col. John A. Wright, resigned.
111. The Chief of the Ordnance Department
will receive and receipt for all ordnances and
ordnance stores required for this corps. It will
be his duty to see that all State property placed
under his charge, and appertaining to this de
partment, is preserved in condition fit for ser
vice ; he will issue the same only on requisi
tions countersigned by the commanding General,
and he will perform such other duties as may
be assigned him in connection with the Ord
IV. To Lieut. Col. Joseph D. Potts, Chief of
the Transportation and Telegraph Department,
is committed all arrangements and contracts
with railroads and telegraph companies. He
will have prepared all necessary forms, and make
arrangements with the different transportation
and telegraph companies as will return a regu
lar and correct settlement of their accounts,
and prescribe all regulations requisite to give
efficiency to the business of the department.
V. All orders for the transportation of troops
will be signed by the commandint , 6 General.
The order, together with the certificate of the
officer in command of the troops, that the ser
vice has been performed, will be the proper
voucher for the settlement of the account.
VI. The Chief of Ordnance, Quartermaster
General and Commissary General, are author
ized to make requisition for transportation of
freight over the railroads of the State, by form
Prescribed by the Chief of Transportation and
Telegraph Department. Such requisition, with
certificate of service performed annexed, will
be considered a sufficient voucher in the settle
ment of accounts.
All bills or accounts for service performed
by the railroad or telegraph companies will be
forwarded to the Chief of the Transportation
and Telegraph Department monthly, and must
have his approval before they are paid.
By order of
Major General G. A , M'CALL.
JIMMY A. SCUM; Capt. and Aid-de-Camp.
ORDERS NO. 13.
HEADQUARTERS R. V. CORPS, }
July Ist, 1861.
By authority of the Governor of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, the following rules and
regulations of the transportation and telegraph
department in addition to those heretofore pub
lished, are promulgated for the information of
I. To the Chief of Transportation and Tele
graph Department will be committed, in addi
tion to transportation by railroads, heretofore
assigned to him, all other transportation re
quired by this corps, and the settlement of all
accounts belonging or incidental thereto.
He will make such additional arrangements
and regulations, as in pursuance of this order
he may find requisite to secure efficiency in his
U. Regimental Quarter Masters and all others
who have been or may be empowered to require
transportation will apply for it to the Chief of
Transportation and Telegraph Department, and
conform to the rules he may establish.
111. Through his department shall be paid
the expenses incurred in the pursuit and appre
hension of deserters, for expresses, spies and
guides, and generally the proper and author
ized expenses for the movements of this corps,
not expressly assigned to any other department.
By order of
Maj, Gen. GEORGE A. MoCALL.
H. J. BIDDLE, Lt. Col.'
l'O ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN.
NOTICE is hereby given that under and
in pursuance of the Act of Assembly In such case
made and provided, will he sold at public auction era
SATURDAY THE 21ilth DAY OF OCTOBER, 1861 at the
ware house formerly occupid by John Wallower & SOLI,
in the City of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, the following
go . ode, wares and merehanaiz i. to pay the charges there.
on due John Wallower & eon, arising from the transpor•
Cation, keeping or storage thereof :
PROPERTY CONSIGNED TO
3 Ploughs, Hutfnagle.
1 Carriage Pole, Owner.
1 Cooking Range, S. D. McCall.
Boxes Mdze, W. E. Parke.
1 Bei. Carpenter Tools, G. R. Darndollar,
1 Bedstead and Chairs, A. Fox.
1 Box Pamphlets. Owner.
2 Box Household Goods, Owner.
1 Chest Sundries, Owner.
1 Chest Household Goods, Wm. Brown.
1 Cart and 2 Stoves, ( has. Smith.
Lot Broke Stoves and Castings, Owner.
lot Household Goods, J. J. Dull.
1 (.hest Bedding, Owner.
1 :Amid, 1 Bed, 1 Bedstead, Rock
er, 1 Frame, Mrs. Baker.
1 Box Glass Ware, Owner,
1 Separator, Owner.
1 Plough, Owner.
1 Horse Rake, 1 Drill, Owner.
1 Box Fundries, Bridget Gilmer.
1. Box Patter, a, Owner.
, 1 Box Furniture, Rev. Miller.
1 Chest Tools, Owner.
8 Boxes Mdze, Mrs. M. White.
1 Bbl, 1 Half Bbl Liquor, 1 Keg, Owner.
1 Bbl, 1 Olod Break's' &c., J, Winebrenner.
2 Boxes Paper, Owner.
Blte Cement, H. Rupp.
Lot Tools &c.,C. P. Dull.
1 Smut Machine, Owner.
1 Lime Sprea ler, Eli Fry.
A. 0. WESTER,
C. F. MUENCH,
Jyio.ldBtav Assigner: of Jim. Wallower & Son.
1:001t SALE.—One of the best business
stands in the city on reasonable terms, or leased
for Lbw, or five years sit rated oa Market street between
Fourth and Fifth. Enquire on the premises of
j, 9.d2En . DANIEL LEEDY.
WINTED.—A good businessman with
from $lOO t $5OO capital, to engage in a first
class business, leav;ng 50 t er cent profit. Address A
Manufacturer, at this office. jylo fat*
ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Harrisburg, July 11, 1861.
Proposals will be received at this office until
12 o'clock, M., on Monday, the 22d inst., for
furnishing, for the use of the Reserve Volunteer
Corps of this Commonwealth, the following
13,000 Uniform Coats for Infantry.
1,000 " Jackets for Artillery
1,000 " " for Cavalry.
This clothing must conform in all respects with
similar articles used in the military service of the
United States, and will be subject to the appro
val of the inspectors of the State, appointed
for its examination. It will be required to be
packed in boxes, well coopered, and delivered
at the warehouse in Harrisburg occupied by the
State, at the expense of the contractor.
Satisfactory security will be required for the
faithful performance of any contract allotted.
The whole quantity must be delivered on or
beiore the first day of September next.
WANTED ! 500 MEN !
For the Batteries of the sth Regi
ment of Artillery U. S. Army.
DAY - from 11 to 21 dollars a month ac
r cording to the position whieb ;be capacity and
cbaracter of the soldiers may enable him to obtain.
Rations, quarters and Medical attendance are turnizh, d
each soldier, with an aniVe allowance o elthhing, in ad
dition to their p-y. Every reasonable want ul thus sup
d the soldier, affording h.m an opportunity of saving
the best part tif his pay.
Men of good character and sufficient intellect will have
a fine oppurtunity for advancement into the commission
ed grades of the army.
Apply at Jaw's Hotel, South Second street, Harris
burg, Pa. E. K CRAFT,
jyll dmAett 2d Lieut. sth Artillery.
City Property for Sale,
A LARGE TWO—STORY BRICK HOUSE
Xi and lot of grotto.% pleasantly located on Front St.,
between Mulberry street and Washington Avenue.
Also TWO LARGE HAW'S in good cinditioa and of ax.
cellent tone. Apply to
C. O. ZI3I.I4fiNMAN,
No. 28, Soutb Senoud street
PROF. ADOLPH P. TRUPSER,
wouu) rotipeettllll) ilitonn his tAci
ottruux and the publin generally, that he will
nontinue to give. instruntious on the NANO kOHTE, MK-
E.ODEON, ViOLIS and also in the towhee of TEillitatlGH
SASS, fie. is iii z`tb plus arc wedt. tip... pupils at theli
hotnet at any hour desired, or natant will on given a:
bit residuum, in Third strew, few doors below the
Gorman Reformed Cbure,h. declb-dt:
IMPORTED BOLOGNA SAUSAGE.--A
very rare lot just received sod for sale by
a;i IF . VAX JS &CO
EhIPTY MOLABBb.,I6 HOGSHEADS.—A
large quantity el empty SWlasses Barrels, Hogs
heads nut Meat Casks, far sale by
el:, 44 WM. DOCK & co.
ESTATE Gl.' WM. H. LOCIIMAN, DECD.
NOTICA.—AU persons indebted to the
estvo .Wm. H. Intelnman, dee'd, will plc's ,
make paymont to the uodersigned, and those having de
mands will present them duly authenticated fur settle
meat. JACOB HOtteEtt,
Administrator of the will annexed.
N. B —The remaining sTOCK or HARDWARE, consist
ing in part of Locks, Latohs, Hinges, Bolts, crews, Car
penter, Cooper and Mason's tools, Mill and Circular Saws,
Cork Screws, Braas ad Pewter Soiggets, Weights, Brass
Hinges and Potts, Razors, Ivory Knives and Plated Forks,
oue Large rtatfertn 1,000 lb 3 Morrison Scales and a va
riety or Hunt ware whs.: t will sold be at a great loss front
Pailadelphis p ices. JACOB HOUL-ER,
Gt. Surviving Partner.
firILE ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN
_IL is solicited to our very large assortment of
UNDERSHIRTS .oro DaAweas of every size and quality.
Grmrs' Jouvts Kin OLovss, hest article manufactured.
All the different kinds of WINtER GLOVES.
ittigest assert:heat Of liesithic in the city.
CRAV•A'tS, enseENDERS, TIANDKEROuisys, Ready Hemmed
And everything in Gents' wear, at
... N T In flip Harr , Phmrg Rank
SPICED SA LMON I 1
FRESH AND VERY DELICATE. Put
up neatly in five pound c
je2s. WILL DOCR, Jr., &Co.
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY I
-VIE best defining and pronouncing Dic
tionary the English iuuguago ; Also, Worcester's
Febool Dictiouuries. Weoster's Pictorial Quarto and
School Dictionaries for tale al
mp 1341 Near the 'Harrisburg Bridge.
SELF SEALING ! !
JA RS, CHINA POTS AND TIN CANS o
live varieties just T4ceived and for sale low by
iY9 WM DOCK. JR., & CO.
R Fi . 1 / 2 N . COM -
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
rrillE, above reward will be paid for the
_l_ return of a UNITED aTAT. S SWORD, taken or
stvden from the hotel of the undersigned, corner of Wal
nut and Fourth streets,
jell 1..A.7,A1LUS BARN ITAKT.
Li CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN.
TO close up the coucern the entire
stock or stroF,A, BOOM &c.,date of OPver Sell•
man, deceased, is the rooms in the Market square, will
be sold at private sale at COST; and the rooms wid be
rented to the purch tsar if desired. The tenni Will be
made easy . jel7-dtf H.)Am Agent.
FLAGS 1 'L.ACS 11
NOTE PAPER AND ENVELOPES with
National deigna, LETTIBI P aPRR w.th n view of
the city of Harrtst ag, printed And for sale at
4,24 Near pie Barrieburg Bridge.
PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S
Is precisely what its name indicates, for while pleas-
ant to the taste, it is revivifying, exhilarating and
strengthening to the vital powers. It also revivifies, re
instates and renews the blood in mints erijoal purity,
and thus restores and renders the system invulnerable
to attacks of disease. It 13 the only preparation ever
offered to the world iu a popular form E 0 as to be within
the reach of all.
So chemically and skillfully combined, as to the most
powerful tonic, and yet so perfectly adapted so AS TO Aar
IN PERFECT ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAWS OF NATURE, AND
HENCE SO:THE THE WEAKEST STOMACH and tone up the dl
gesiive organs, and allay all norvous irritation. It is also
perfectly exhilarating in its effects, and yet it is never
followed by lassitde • r depression of spirits It is com
posed entirely of vegetables, and those thoreugly com
bining powerful tonic and soothing properties, and con
s quently can never injure. As a sure preven•ive and
CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, INDIGESTION, DYS
PEPSIA, Lt Ss OF APPETITE:, FAININEKS ' NER
VOUS IRRITABILITY, NEURALGIA, PALPITA
TION OF THE HEART, MELANCHOLY, HYPO , .
CHONDRIA, NIGHT SWEATS, LANGUOR,
GIDDIDESS, AND ALL THAT CLAFS OF
CASF,S SO FEARFULLY FATAL CALLED
FEMALE WEAKNESS, AND
Also, Liver Derangements or Torpidity, and Liver cem
plaints, Diseases of the Kidney, or any general derange
ment of the Urinary organs
It will not only (-me the debility foil wing CHILLS and
FEVKIt, but all prevent attacks arising fram Miasmatic
infiu.irces, and cure the diseases at once, if already at
Travelers should hove a bottle with them, as it wilt
infallibly prevent any deleterious consequences follow
ing upon change of climate nod water.
As is prevents costiveness, strengthens the digestive
organs, it should be in the hands of all persods of seden
Ladles not sock slomed to much out-door exercise
should always use it
Mothers should use it, fir it is a perfect relief, taken
a mouth or two before the haul rial, she will pass the
dreadful pericd with pirfeet ease and safety
And to you we appeal, to &feel the illness or decline
not only of your dangers before it be too lute, but also
yeur sons and husbarol,, for whi'e the former from false
delicacy, often go down to a premiture grave, rattler
than let their cendithin be known in time, the latter are
often eo mixed up with the excitement of busiuess, that
if it were net for you, (key too, wo,bi travel in the pave
downward path, until it to too late to arrest their fatal
fall. But the mother is always vigilant, and to you we
confidently appeal ; for wii are 'sure your never-failing
affection will unerrintiy win.. you to PROF. wOll tls
RESTORATIVD CO ttDI Al, AND BLOOD RENtiVaTiR ,is
the remedy which should always be on band in time of
O. J. WOOD, Froprietor,44lßroadxay, New 'York, an 4
1 4 Market Street, t. Unis, Mo., and sold by at good
Druegizts. Price One ! o'lar er Bottle.
jyS-d4w- , • ow •
DR. LELLA ND'S
ANTI RHEUMATIC BAND,
E. M. BIDDLE,
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CURE FOR .
All Mercurial Diseases
It is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a medi
cated Compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
injury to the most delicate persons, no change in habits
of living is required, and it entirely removes the disease
from the system, without producing the injurious effects
arising from the use of powerful internal medicines
which weaken and destroy the constitution, and give
temperer,' relief only. By this treatment, the medical
properties contained in the Band, come in contact wila
the blood and reaches the disease, through the pores of
the skin, effecting in every instance a perfect cure, and
restore the parts afficied to a healthy condition. This
Band is also a most powerful ANTI-MMICURTAL agent, and
will entirely relieve the system from the pernicious ef
fects of Mercury. Moderate cases are cured in a few
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of Its
efficacy In aggravated cases of long standing.
Paws $:00, to be had of Druggists generally, or can be
sent by mail or express, with fall directions for use, to
any part of the country, direct from the Principal Office,
No. 409 BROADWAY, New York.
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE..gg
BETWEEN NEW YORK
kNoING AND EMBARKING PAS
' - ,;EILSatQUItENSIOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver
ew `.ork and Ph.ladelphut Steamship company
imeri•l their lull powered Clyde-built iron
Steamsuips as follows :
ETNA, Saturday July 1 DIrIEUFG, Saturday July
20th; CITY OF WAbIiIM,TOI4, :•aturdey July 27 , and
every Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44, North hiver.
FIRST CABIN $75 03 l Si EERABB ..., $3O 00
do to Loudon $BO 00 I do to Louden —833 00
do to Parts 885 00 I do to PAria $3B 00
do to lismourg. $B5 00 do to Hamburg $35 OD
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen, Rotter
dam, Antwerp, &c., at equally to • rates
,Persons wishing to Oring out their friends can buy
tickets here at the following rates, to New Yor Froalk:
Liverpool or Queenstown; Ist Cabin, 875, $B5 and $lO5 .
nteerage from $4O 00 From Queenstown.,
These Stertmera h ve superior aCCrlininGdatiOus for
passengers, and carry eitberionood Surgeons. They nra
built in Witter-tight Iron Sections, and have I'ateut Fire
Annihilators on board•
For further information apply in Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN, Agent, 22 Waier Street; Glasgow to WY.
INMAN, 5 81. FIIOCiI Square ; is Queenstown to C. it R.
D. SEYMOUR & CU. ; in London to EMS & MAI.Y, 6t
King William St. ; in Part', to ,ULiJS DECODE, 5 Plane
de la Bourse ; in Philadelphia to JOON G. It ALE, 111
Walnut Street ; or at the Company's '
JNO. 0. DALE, Agent,
15 Broadway, New York.
Or O. 0. Zimmerman, Agent, Harrisburg.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL,
CARLISLE, Cumberland i . ouuty, Pa.—The pro
prietors take pleasure in announcing that they are now
prepared lo reu,ive visitors. Persons desiring a healthy
location for the summer will find this one of the most de
lightful places in the country. The water 01 these springs
cannot be surpassed for drinking, bathing and medicinal
purposes. For informative and curuclars address
STAGE LINE FOR GETTYSBURG
FARE REDUCED TO $1.25 THROUGH TO
rIIHE undersigned has established a
regular LINE OF STIGE COACHES horn Mechanics
burg, tunhectieg every other morning with the Cumber
land Valley Railroad cars. The coaches leave every
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, returning every
other day. Passengers fur Sheppardgtowd, Dllisburg,
Petersburg and Gettysburg are carried at reduced rates.
jell-dif WM. J. TATE.
DAILY an LINE!
Loc. HAv.N, JhxSEY :BORE, WILLIAMS,PORT, MaNCT,
UhicaviowA, IVALSONTOW.N, MILTON, IAWIIIIDXG,
NoiniaIsBALLAND, IL^UNBUILY, r rIi4Y9XXOX,
GEolicxxOWN, LYILEXSTowN, 1,1117
BURG, HALIFAX, HARBIN,
The r'niladelphia Dept 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
FREED, WARD & FREED, No. 811 Mark et Steet, Phila
delphia, by b o'clock Y. M., will be rleliverect in
Harrisburg the nest morning.
Freight (always) as low as by any other , ine.
Particular attention paid by this: lino to prompt and
speedy delivery or all flarrisbur,t oods.
The undersigned thankful for past patron go hopes by
strict attention to businors to merit a C012:1 n u nee of the
same. T. Pzied
Philadelphia and Heading vapot,
Feot of Itarkot Street , Harrisburg.
c s a
THERE IS NOTHING ITS EQUAL
THERE IS NO MISTAKE AIMUT IT.
THE CORDIAL IS ALL WE CLAIM FOli IT 1 I t
Mothers Try It
N. B.—Descriptive Circulars Sent Free
WM. H. lIHRILOII4I.IS,
1). C. BURNETI,
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