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Friday Afternoon, July 26, 1861.
PAYI?.IG OFT. —Three United States Paymasters
were busily engaged to day in paying the re
turning volunteers, a large number of whom
have already left the city.
HARD TIMES are evidently "knocking at the
door." Business is "dull as a hoe," trade
"light as a feather," and labor "cheap as dirt."
There is but one remedy : Practical economy.
"Firm Bram!" said an officer to his company
this morning. "Bedad," said an Irishman
who stood near sharpening his saw, "its me
own property, and I'll be doing as I plaze wid
it—for all of you."
MINIATURE SOLDIERS.—The Union Cadets,
Captain Sayford, will make a street parade this
evening. The lads composing this company
are rapidly perfecting themselves in military
knowledge and drill.
NEW DEFINITION FOR DRUNKENNESS.-A wo
man made complaint before one of our Alder
men against her husband for ill-treatment. In
characterizing his condition at the time, she
said he was "a little perplexed." According to
the statement of the officer who made the ar
rest, the man was decidedly drunk.
RETURNING TOLUNTEERS.-A company from
Schuylkill county reached this city to-day en
route for home. The men were clad in new
and handsome uniforms of grey cloth, and pre
sented a fine appearance. There is no decrease
in the number of soldiers here, for the arrivals
fully equal the departures. General Negley's
brigade, comprising about three thousand men,
is expected to reach here from Hagerstown this
NEw.(domPANTEs.—Adjutant Waterbury has
already'''aucceeded in recruiting a company for
the war) and Capt. Wm. B. Sipes, of the Skate
Capital Guards, aas opened a roll which is rap
idly filling up( The movement for the organi
zation of a Zouave regiment, to be commanded
by Lieut. Colonel Caned, of the late second re
giment, also meets with encouraging success.
The voice of the great mass of returning volun
teers now in our city, "is still for war ;" and
from present indications there will be no diffi
culty in promptly filling the requisition made
by the Secretary of War for ten new regiments.
OLOSMG THE GROG SHOPS.—In behalf of our
law and order-loving citizens we return thanks
to Mayor Kepner for his prompt response to
their request for the suspension of the liquor
traffic throughout the city during the afternoon
and evening. In another column will be found
a proclamation by the Mayor directing the va
rious drinking establishments -- the prolific
source of all disorder and riot—to be closed from
one o'clock in the afternoon until nine in the
morning, and- not to sell liquor to minors or in
toxicated men at any time, with instructions to
the police officers to report the names of all who
refuse or neglect compliance with this order.
It is to be hoped the officers will faithfully and
fearlessly discharge their duty,and that we shall
witness no more scenes similar to those which
disgraced our city yesterday afternoon and last
night. In this connection we take pleasure in
commending the course of several hotel pro
prietors in voluntarily closing their bars last
evening. The movement was inaugurated by
Col. Brant of the European Hotel, and followed
by the Brady House, the City Hotel, Herr's
Hotel, the Morgan House, and the most re
spectable lager beer establishments.
MORE RIOTING—TWO Max Saor.—This fore
noon a riot occurred in front of the Walnut
Street Exchange, originating in a quarrel be
tween two or three young men of this city—
one of them named George Starry—and some
soldiers connected with the returning fourth
regiment. When we reached the scene of hos
tilities Starry was surrounded by an infuriated
mob of one or two hundred men, and in self
defence drew a revolver which he discharged
twice, shooting two of his assailants, members
of the fourth regiment, both of whom fell se
riously wounded. This increased the excite
ment, and a rush was made after Starry, who
managed to escape and has not yet been cap
tured. One of the men shot was very seriously
wounded, and fears are entertained that he will
not survive. The wound of the other is not
considered dangerous. The friends of the
wounded men, armed with muskets, are on the
look-out for Starry and threaten to take his life
if they find him. The probability is that he
managed to get out of the city.
The names of the wounded men are George
Rife and James Ashburn, both of Norristown.
The former, who is the most seriously wounded,
was taken to the house of Mr. Humes, in Third
street, where he lies in a critical condition.
FEEDING ME SOLDIERS. —Our citizens continue
their hospitalities to the returning volunteers,
many of. them keeping open houses and well
filled tables, day and night. Others distribute
gallon after gallon of excellent coffee to the men
quartered on the hill, and in the school houses
and churches. Yesterday morning seven pa
triotic women, wives of farmers in the vicinity
of Camp Hill, Cumberland county, forwarded a
large quantity of home-made bread and other
provisions to Mrs. Charles C. Matthews, of this
city, for the use of the soldiers, and that lady
fed one hundred and fifty men in the course of
the day. The same noble-hearted women are
preparing another bountiful supply of provi-
Oons, which will be forwarded this evening.
The wives of several farmers in the immediate
vicinity of the city have also made liberal con
tributions of vegetables. The generous hospi
tality extended to the soldiers by our citizens
generally, is worthy of the highest commenda
tion. May they not weary hi well doing, but
continue to feed the hungry.
While perambulating the city, after writing
the above, we noticed a long table spread with
substantial provisions, on the pavement in
Chestnut street below Third, surrounded by
large numbers of soldiers, who seemed to be
doing full justice to the "feed" so bountifully
provided by the ladies of that locality.
harENrroN.—Persons desirous Of forming a
company to join Col. Good's Zouave regiment,
can have their names enrolled at the armory of
the Cameron Guards, Exchange building.
THE UNION 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.
Ax INDIANA REGIMENT passed through this city
to-day, en route for Washington. Two other
regiments from the same State are now on the
way east and will probably reach here within a
day or two.
A STABBING Avrnay occurred to-day in the
upper section of the city near the round house.
The participants were volunteers, one of whom
was seriously cut with a knife. All of them
were under the influence of liquor at the time.
YOUNG MEN AND Efssoism.—An exchange
says that "our young men have left the lap of
luxury, and are now pressed to the hard bosom
of heroism." We presume many of the young
men would prefer being pressed to the soft bo
som of she-roism.
CORRECT/ON.—The announcement of the elec
tion of Captain Samuel Wilt as Major of the
twelfth regiment, was incorrect. We have seen
the official return electing Capt. Peter Baldy, of
Easton, to that position. He is
. well qualified
and will make an excellent officer.
ANOTHER MAN SHOT.—A row occured on Canal
street this forenoon among a party of drunken
soldiers, in which pistols were used, and one
man was shot. We did not learn the origin of
the affair or the extent of the wounded man's
injuries, but presume that fighting whisky had
something to do with it.
DEATH OF A VOLUNTEER.-A returning volun
teer, whose name we did not learn, died this
morning in the German Reformed church of
typhoid fever. There is considerable sickness
among the troops now here, and a number of
the invalids are kindly cared for by citizens at
whose houses they are quartered.
CRUEL TREATMENT OF A SOLDIER.-A citizen of
this place, Edward Morton, was arrested last
evening for cruelly beating a soldier, whose
name we did not learn. He struck the man on
the head with a large hickory club, and after
wards with an iron hammer, inflicting wounds
which may prove fatal. Morton was committed
to prison by Alderman Kline to await a trial.
1 A CRACK BAND.—The Lancaster Fencible's
Band, connected with the first Pennsylvania
regiment lately under General Patterson's com
mand last evening serenaded Captain Jacob M.
Eyster, Lieut. George W. Davis, and various
other citizens. We have never listened to finer
music than that discoursed by the Fencible
band on the above occasion, and the large crowd
of admiring listeners present testified their ap
preciation of the performance by repeated and
enthusiastic cheers. The Fencible and Worth
Infantry Bands are among the best that have
visited our city.
Tun STOOK BAROMETER. —That sensitive—of
ten too sensitive—barometer, the stock market,
is rising ; betokening the belief of the large
capitalists that the skies are looking brighter.
The blue seems to be spreading west and south.
Gold is still pouring in from Europe—a Gov
ernment loan for five millions for immediate
wants was taken up in New York the other day
in forty minutes—there is every indication of
an abundant harvest—the large government
outlays will soon begin to tell on business--
Congress has voted the President half a mil
lion of men, and five hundred millions of mo
ney, one-fourth more of each than was re
quested—the proud cry of victory begins to
float in—altogether capital contrives to gain
confidence, and perceives that we are not all
going to the "demnition bowwows" this time.
Capital is right—we still have a country—and
we shall emerge from the ruin which menaced
us, as strong for peace, much stronger for war,
than ever before. Soon shall we hear the na
tions again drying out, "All hail, Columbia!"
Ma. Emma :—We feel gratified in behalf of
the various regiments that have returned after
a three months' service to add just applause
and gratitude for the generous treatment they
have received at the hands of the good citi
zens of Harrisburg. It would be invidious to
particularize, but we cannot omit making
special notice of the collation that was given
to-day in Chesnut near Third. The ladies who
so bountifully furnished the repast, and so
gracefully presided we learn to be the Mrs.
Roumfort, Mrs. Sieg, Mrs. Burnett, Mrs. Ma
glaughlin, as well as others whose names we
could not learn, especially some misses whose
attentions cannot be forgotten. If the teaching
were uppermost that "Whoso giveth a glass of
water to one of these giveth to me," it could
not have been exemplified with more cbristian
grace. The brave soldiers, disguised by their
hardships, left their sisters, mothers and wives
when they rallied for their country's defence,
and know well how to appreciate these
kindly offices, which whilst they supply
the inner man bring back the fond recol
lections of home and inspire feelings of grati
tude towards kind hands that minister to
their comfort. Reader, imagine one's feelings
after being among the most rancorous enemies
who would poison and destroy you, and the
lavished kindness of Pennsylvania friends. The
regiments represented at this choice collation,
consisting of the substantials as well as delica
cies appertaining to the tables of the"elite" were
la, Col. Yohe; 2d, 3d, bth, 15th and 25th, who
with few exceptions are willing to buckle on
the armour again for the war. Again thanks
to the ladies of Chesnut street for their bounti
On behalf of the Regiments
Nzw AND CKFAP GOODS FROM NEW YORK Auc-
TION.-10 0 pieces splendid Wamesutta Calico,
10 cts ; 60 pieces of unbleached Muslin, 4, 10
cts., worth 12k cts ; 30 pieces of splendid Clin
ton Ginghams, 12k- cts., worth 18 cts; 100
I Pleces of Crash, at 10 and 12 cts. ayard ; a very
large lot of ladies and children's white stockings;
the best ladies hose for 12i cts. in town ; bra . .
hants, hrilliants, brilliants, 60 pieces, at 12k
cts. ; beautiful start stuff at 26 cts.; 200 dozen
of brown and blue mixed men's socks, 12} cts.;
and a great many other goods very , cheap, at
S. lady's, Jobs Ikboads' old stand.
Ptunspluania Manly l'elegraph, ititrav /ftentoon, bilp 26 1861
MANILATTAN FIRE ARM MANUFACTURING COM
PANY'S MARE OP SEVEN SHOOTERS.-A large atv
sortment of this celebrated make of Pistols and
Cartridges just received and for sale at HENRY
GILBERT'S store, opposite the Court House.
SOLDIERS RETURNED. —The clever company of
Lochiel Greys arrived home this morning all in
good condition and with hearts bouyant and,
strong. Should our country call them they
will againmake their watch word "Lochiel Greys.
For the present many a family has been made
glad, and the social circle advantaged, and as
they will want some little rubbing up, we will
just say at Urich & Bowman's they can get any
little dry goods ftsens they may want. 24
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED
JUST PUBLISHED ON THE NATURE,
TREATMENT AND RADICAL MO; OF SPE REATOR- .
RHEA, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervous.'
ness, Involuntary Emissions and Impotency, resulting
from Self-abuse, dm. By Rola. J. Culverwell, M. D.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to auy address, pest
Paid, on receipt of two sumps, by Dr. CLIAS J
RUNE, 127 Bowery, Now York. Pon. Office Box, No
4,58 e. m2o.6mdaw,
THE DR. KANE REFRIGERATOR
films 6aperior REFRIGERATOR, to
t gether with several other cheaper styles, may be
fund at the manufactory, at exceedingly low prices.
Also, a great variety of TIATER COOLERS, of supe•
EL S. FAI2SON CU.
Cor. Dock and Pear streets, Philadelphia
THE GREET ENGLISH REMEDY
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from a Prescriplion of Sir J. Utarke,
Physician /extraordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in tho cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and re•
moves, all obstructions, sum it speedy cure 11114 be
it is peculiarly suits 4. It will in a short time, tiring OD
the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears tee Government
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeit',
These Pills should not be taken by females during the
iv'IRST THREE JIONTHEof Pregnancy, as they are sure
to briny on Miscarriage, but at any other time they are
In all eases of Nervous and Spinal AtfectiOns, Pain in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion ' Palpita
lion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, hese Pills wil
affect D. cure when all other means have failed ; and al.
though a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package
which should be carefully preserved.
N. .13.-51.00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any no
thorizeil Agent, will insures settle, containing 50 Pills,
by return mail
••o• sal, by e. 44. PANYVAWIr dimly
ero 2bouttsentent a
FOR REN P. - A TWO STORY BRICK
HOUSE. on Pennsylvania Avenue, above Cumber
land Area, city of Harrisburg. Apply to
BETWEEN NEW lOU
AND EMBARKING PAS
iii t +I N
st QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver.
p001..'• 2 or:: and. Philadelphia Steamship company
intend thspatehing their full powered Clyde-built iron
Steau snips as follows :
MY OF WASHINGTON, .'2.'aturday July 27 ;GLASGOW,
Saturday August l; : CITY OF BALTIMORE, Saturday
August 10 .; and every Saturday, at Noom, from Pier 44,
FilLs7 CABIN 875 001 ERRABIR .........$BO 00
do to London $BO 00 I do to London ..333 00
do to Parts $B5 00 I
do to Polio $3B 00
do to Hamburg.. 885 00 do to Hamburg $35 00
Passengers also torwarded to Havre, Bremen, Rotter
dam, Antwerp, &e., at equally to rates
/kig-Persons - wishing to a ring cot their irienda eon buy
tickets here at the foilowleg rates, to New York From:
Liverpool or Queeustowu; lot Cabin, 375, $B5 sad $lO5.
Steerage from Liverpool PIO 00 From Queenstown,
Theo Steamers have superior accommodations for
passengers, and carry experienced Surgeons. 'Chey are
built in Water-tight Iron Sections, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators ou board.
JNO. G. DALE, agent,
.Broadway, New York
Or 0. O. Zimmerman, Agent, Harrisburg.
SPICED SALMON !I
IORESLI AND I.rEuY DELICATE. Put
up neatly in flue pound o.nu.
.1e25. WM. DOCK, Jr., &Co.
EMPTY FLOUR BARRELS.
100 LARGE N LW I.IIIIGAT EMPTY
FLOUR BAKKE:6S in good condition for sale
tow by 6jer2&l DUCK, Jr , &Co,
HINTS ON IHE FMERGENCIES
Field, Camp, and Hospital Practice.
S. D. GROSS, M. D
I'IiOnSSOR OF SURGERY IN TUN JSMFRIESON NIIDIOAL COLLINS
For sale at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
BIBLES 1.. BIBLES:!1 - -
A Large and thoroughly complete stock of
BIBLES, COMPRISING EVERY VARIETY
From the Smallest Pocket to the largest sized and does
FAMILY BIBLES,. :Y .
Has just been purchased and received from the tall
Trade Sales. Having purchased these at
F.XT.KEDIELY LOW RATES,
they will be sold at a very small advance.
Please call and examine the stock at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
61 Market Street.
LIME FOR SALE.
UNDERSIGNED having embarked
the LIME BUSINESS is prepared to I unlash tb
very best article at short notice, and at the lo west pr ices
tor cash. He sells the lime burnt at Columbia and also
that burnt at home.
my29-d3m PETER BERNHISEL.
JOHN B. SMITH'S
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
ALWAYS on hand a large assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, Ikc., of the very best
tualities for ladies, gentlemen, and childrese wear.—
Prices to suit the times. All kinds of WORK MADE TO
ORDER in the best style by superior workmen
REPAIRING done at short notice.
octl6-dtf JOHN B. SMITH, liaretabare.
A BUILDING LOT, situate in West Har
risbnrg, fronting on Broadistreet al feet, and run
ning back 161 feet, mons or less, to a2O foot alley, sAll•
joining on one side the property of lir Bltuaenstine.
For particulars enquire of FREDMICK SCHEFFER.a•
May 8.1861. myo
QUANTITY of Bags, Checks and Ging -
hams fur sale by the dozen and piece, cheap kW
cash, at the DAIIPMN COUNTY ettlSON, tnyl3.Bnt
RAggumeno May 8, 1881.
A. D. RUTHERFORD
FOR SALE I
PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S
la precisely what its name indicates, for while pleas
ant to the taste, it ie revivifying, exhilarating
strengthening to the vital powers. It also revevides,
Instates and renews the Wood in all Its ori,inal purity
and thus restorm am renders the system invuheraWe
to attacks of dis,ase it is the only preparation ever
offered to the world in a popular iorm 50 us to be within
the reach of all.
So c .emicatiy and r killfully combined, as to the most
powerful to ic, 'tad yet so perfectly. Islas,' so as vo AOT
IN PERFECT ACCORDANCE WITH THE t. WS OF NATuItS, AND
HENCE SO ME THE WEAKEST STOMACH and 101:143 Hp the tti
gestive organs and allay ail nervous irritation. it Is also
perfectly eandaratlng in its effects, and yet it is never
followed by lassitde r depression of spirits it is coin ;
posed entirely of vegetables, and those thorougly cotm
Dining powerful tonic and soothing properties, and cum
quently can never injure. As a sure preventive and
CONSUMFTION, BRONCHITIS,INDIGESTION, DYS.-
PEFSIA, LuSA OF APPETM, FAINTNESS, NER
VOUS IRRITABILITY, NEURALGIA, PALPITA
TION OF THE REAM, MELANCHOLY, HYPO
CHONDRIA NIGHT S. wEATS, LANGUoR,
GIDDIDESS, AND ALL THAT 01,10,8 OF
CASES SO FEARFULLY FATAL CALLED
FEMALE WEAKNESS, AND
TIME IS NOTHING ITS EQUAL.
Also, Liver Derangements or Torpidity, and Liver con.
plaints, Diseases of the Kidney, or any general derange=
ment of the Urinary organs
It will not only cure the debility foll , wing CHILLS and
FEVER, but all prevent attacks arising from Miasmatic
influences, and cure the diseases at once, If already at.
Travelers should have a bottle with them, as it will
infallibly prevent any deleterious consequeuces follow,
ing upon change of climate and water.
As it prevents costiveness, strengthens the divstive
organs, it should be in the hands of all persods t f seden
Ladles not accusi,omed to much outdoor exercise
should always use it
Mothers should use it, fir it is a perfect relief, takes
a month or two before the final rial, she will pass the
dreadful period will]. p ?sleet ease and safety
THERE TI . NO IC/STAYS ABICIT
TIER CORDIAL IS ALL WE CLAIM FOR IT I I I
Mother& Try it I!
And to yon we appeal, to detect the illness or decline
notpuly of-your daugtere before it be too late,
year sons and husbands, for while the former from false
delicacy, often go down to a premature grave, ratuer
then let their condition be Known in time, the latter aro
often so muted up with the excitement of business, that
if it were not for you, they too, wools travel in the save
downward path, until it is too late t, arrest their fatal
fail. But Vas mother is always vigilant, and to you we
confidently appeat; for we are .Shisiyour never-failing
affentioia Witt tidetvingly tti PROF. F l / 4 OCIrb , B
EthSTODATIVD CO.. Dlal. AND BIZOD h N uVnT 'JR a,
the remedy which should alws,ye he on hand in time el
O. J. WOOD, Proprietor, 441 Broadway, New York, and
1.9 Market Street, Louie, Mo., ono - eold by all good,
DrUggittB. Price One i o lar er Bottle,
SOMETHING FOR THE TIMES ! ! !
A Necessity in Every Household !
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
American Cement Glue
The Strongest Glue in the World
FOR CEMENTING WOOD, LEATHER, GLASS,
IVORY, CHINA, MARBLE, POR
CELAIN, ALABASTER, BONE,
CORAL, &c., Ste., &c.
The only article of the kind ever produced
which will withstand Water.
EX MAGI'S :
W.very housekeeper thould hay. -I. i ly of John, Ze
Croeley'e American Cement G ue." • 1. 1.61 F-9
it to so convert eut to have n bouse"—A.
"it is always ready ; this co mmam .oe.ery body."
N. Y. INDEPENDENT.
"We have tried it, and find Gas cowl u, our hoase as
water."—Watuts SPIRIT or Ins Truss
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very Liberal Reductions to Wholesale
Dealers. TERM. tie E.
erFor sale by all Druggists and Storekeep
ers generally throughout the country.
JOHNS & •ROSLEY,
(Sole Manui actures, )
78 WILLIAM STREET,
(Corner of Liberty Street,) NEW Yorot.
NOTICE TO TLIE PUBLIC.
ERd of Dauphin pitesuAeca ei an Act of
the tiono.ni Assemuly ut Lao Ce.nmenweittli of Penn
sylvania, approved tha 16111 day or 'lay, 1861, untitled
"An Act to authorize the Co mini , sioners 01 Dauphin coun
ty to appropriate a certain stun of mosey for the sup
port of 1,11, nannies of Volunteers during, tee present
war," do hereby inform the public that they will, make
•a loan to the amount of asuin not exceeding ten thousand
dollars, for which bonds will be issued for a term not ex
ceediug ten years, with coupons attached, for the payment
'of hallyearly interest, payable at the County Treasury at
;6 per cent. datd bonds are to be clear or till taxation. It
thereioiehoped that the ;,aid iamb= in bonds . or s nub
;amounts as ihe lenders wilt desire, he prompt
.ly taken by the patriAi; capitalists o - others, with ow
'.resorting to special taxation at this time.
Je.CGS 13E4,14. i•Commissionere.
OEO. GARV raticia,
Attest—Josses Minsk, Clerk . my29-daw
.THERMOMETERS, Ornamental. Mantle, Japanese, Metal
;THERMOMETERS, do do - Bronzeb do -
TtihRMOMETRRS, Diatidm Tin Case, 12 iuch.
TIARMOMEJTERS, do Brass Bound Double Scale.
THERMOMETERS, Union Case, 1.042 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Metalic Frame, 8-10 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Black Walnut Case, 10 inch. . _
THERMOMETERS, Tin Case, 7-8 .1.0 inoh.
We have just received - a this lot or TELERMOMEIE
of various styles, and are selling them low.
HELLER'd DRUG STORE,
ap3 91. Market strae
1861. 81: 1 OPENING, 30 OPENING 1861.
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
OP SPIRY DPPORIPTION.
The qualdY of ibo goods for the pries will be an Induce
ment to every one to purchase.
The most desirable goods of the season at a great sac.
LAWNS and LAVELLAF.
are among the lit
CATHCART & BROTHER.
Next door to the Harrisburg Bunk.
The largealletook of the very best make to be found
ext door to the Harrisburg Bank.
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas and Umbrellas
Twenty-live per cent LP'Ffer titan can be purchased
Isowhere in the city.
0 . /ViSCART 8t BROTHER.
Ne.l4, Market Square,
eiyul Nett to the liurrishurg Ronk
, . ...
11. - L. . G 0"D 00 L D •
pRACTICAL Tuner mid Repairer of
Piano% Meiodeons, kto., kc., will receive orders in
uture at WAS, KNOCHE'S Music Store, N Market street
11 orderelert at the above named plane, or at tile Buell ler
ouse, will meet with prompt attention.
!First close ila NOS ti sale. r..elittl-dly
FLAGS 1 FLAGS I !
NOTE PAPER AND ENV ELOPES' with
IA National deagns,IETTER PAPER w.th a yiew ni
the city at Harrisb .4 , 4 printed and fornale at,, ;
a. 24 " ' Naar',ne Ratrasbutn'Rrinvo
f ARE FOONIS new occuoied by the Poet
Mee. Possession given on the first of July. En
are of jellidtl GAMMA W. PORTER.
" - PIMIX".1E1M11. 9
DAILY all LINE
LOCK HAVER, JERSEY SHORE, WrLLIARSPORT, ISIIINOY
UNIONTOWN, WersoNTows, MILTON, LEWISBURG,
NORTBUNBERLAND, z . UNBITRY, TREVGRTON,
GEORGETOWN, LYEBI , RrOWN, miLLERS
BURG, HALIFAX, DAimillN,
The Philadelphia tlepot Doing .enir.dly located the
or,tyage will bent 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
FWD ; WARD & FREED, No. 811 Mare et •Bteet, Phila
delphia; by 5 o'clock P. M., will be r.plivored in
Harrisburg the next manna.,
Freight (always) as low as by giy other ne.
Particular attention paid bs , tins line u. prompt and
speedy delivery of all Harrlsbur oods.
The undersigned thankful for past patro : •,a hopes by
strict attention to businces to merit a con ..1 nce of the
same. T. PEIP.I ,
PhiladelphL and Reldie PA.
el 7 d6m ... Feet of '3l..ket Stre, ti u ri,,heeg
GEO, graduate of the
jur,,lti mora Dental Surgery, having perma
nently located is the city 0( Harrisburg and taken the
office formerly onoupigd by Dr. Gorges, on Third street,
between Market out Wahnit, rowectfeity informs his
friends and rho general, that he is prepared
perform all °per:Woes in t Dental profession, either
surgical or meebank,al, in a tuanner that shall not be
surtassett by operator.; in this or any other city. His
mode of insertin; artitimal teeth is upon the latest im
proved mental,: pri,wiples.
Teeth. Irom Quoit) a lull SQL, mounted on Hoe Gold, dl
ver, Mauna plans or the Vulcanite Base.
taco great pleasure in recommending the above gen
tleman io all my former pAtients of Harrisburg and vi
lnity, and feel confident tnat ho will perform all opera
tions is a scientific moener, tram my knowledge of hln
ability. trny3oltil F. J. S (RAGAS, D. D. S.
GILT FRAMES ! • GILT FRAMES!
CARVER AND GILDER,
Looking Glass and Picture Frames,
Gilt and Rosewood Mouldings &e.
Preach Mirrors, square and Oval Portrait
Frames of every description.
OLD FRAMES RE.DILT TO NEW.
JOSEPH CASEIN JOHN W. BKOWB.
CASEY & BROWN,
ARRISBU RG' , PENN'A .
F A VIM,' associated together in the
praeher. of the Law, will attend faithfolly and
,romptly to an professional lettSillekS entrusted to thou!
Tno,i street three dads Mau Ma€4,:r,'
•. n. ;Jonsunation.• iu English and qerntau
IGKORY, OAK AN U PINE WOOD
Li for •sale,
Tu STOVE OS 001.10 LENGIai TO SUn
ALSO, LOOUST P 052.3 AA' oHESINUI RAILS CU2
ILLS STONE ASO .SA.VL Fug Ltrill,D.Lvo
ioqii.r of the sobseriber r‘rsi,leuce on the Ridge
, 3 , poAito the t:upo .loose, or at the
,;oruer Cl A3e0.1,1
risbuN. tny27-if 4 B. COLE .
VAN INGEN & SNYDER,
Designers and Enaravers on Wood
N. E. COB. FIFTH & CHESTNUT STS.,
EXECUTE ail kinds of Wood Engraving
with beauty, correctness dispatch. Original
Furnished for Fine Book Illustrations. Parsons
wishing cuts, by sending a Photogr,,ph or Daguerreotype,
can have views or Colleges, Churches, Store k'ronts,
Machines, :Stoves, Patents, Ate—, engraved as wall on per
Fancy Envelopes, Labels, Bill Headings, Snow Bills,
Visiting, Business and other Card,, engraved in the
highest style of art, and at the lowest prices.
For specimens of line engraving, see the illustrated
works of J. FL Lipeincott At Co., E. 11. Butler Sc Co.
6CTIEFFER'S BOOK sirout
(Near the Harrisburg Bridge.)
SI.2SJUST_N le E t fi C a L e 0 .S E I N p t E It t O r ri, t O i rE
PaPcia, wineh. we will sett at $1.25 per ream.
$74.b , t1 per ream for NOTE PA.L'Eit, decorated with
the latest and very handsome emblems and patriotic
$3.50 for 1000 WHITe; ENVFLOL'ES, with national and
patriotic emblems, printed in two colors.
elease give us a call. TLIKO F. tithi EFFER,
r" C:b NAT JO IV IS
DIARRHCEA AND CHOLERA
For the cure of these distressing maladies. Agreeable
to the taste.
' Every - soldier should procure a bottle of this valuable
medicine - before they take up their line of march. For
. C. A. BA NNVART'S, Drug Store,
my2-dSm ' Harrisburg, Pa
HENRY C. SHAFFER,
LI-APER HANGER, Front street, second
door above Walnut street. all orders punctually
sir Paper hung for 15 cent per roll or piece. all
A CHANCE FOR A BARGr'
PO close up the concern the entire
X stock of SAFES, BOOTS, &e.,•late of Oliver Be I
mam, deceased, in tlw rooms is the Market Square, will
be sold at private sale at COST; and the rooms will be
rented to the purdliser if desired. The terms will be
made easy. Jel7.dtf UAW!. P. 1 - SUAS Agent
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING-.
"LIE vast amount of property destroyed
annually by Llehtning ought to be a Warning to
property holders to secure s their bundinss. All orders
Car Lightning Boas tort at the auction store of W. BARR,
wilt be attended to. Iti.ds put up in tho latest improved
byte and wurranted iel2-d
TIRE EUROPEAN HOTEL AND RE
sTAtiitAgr in Brant's City Hall Building, Harris
aurg City, Pa. Apply to JOHN R. - BRANT,
jell-darn* On tne premises.
d +RAC CIDER 11 !--Strictly pure, spark
`fling and sweet—has received a Silver Medal or Di
ploma; at every State Aarcoiteral Fair since 1856. Fel
ale by ... —. WM. DOCK -.k:
FOW' bALE.—One of the best business
stands in the city on reasonable terms, or leased
for three or five years sit ,ated' in Market street bet‘Sfeen
Fourth and Filth. Enquire on the premit , eB of
942 m . . DANIEL LEEDY::
City Property for Sale,
A. 1.. A RGE'TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE
and Mot grana4?, pleasantly located 04 From
between Mulberry street and Washington Avenue.
also TWO LARGE PIANuS in good condition and 01 ea
celient tone, Apply to
No. 28, -c" South Second street
SUBSCRIBER has removed hi B
PLUMBIN/li AND EIRA3:3 FOUNDRY Dom shake'
street to Fourth .treet above slat - A3t,odposit.: the Beale
church. Thankful for past patronage, he hopes,
sttell:ien to business, to merit a continuance of tt.
mar26-8n WM. PARA
ut meritby strict
411 - 11, IiStAtIBER would respectfully
inform the public that hu has re's:loved his Plumb.
ing and l3r..ss. Founding establishmeut to No. 22 South
'Third street below Gems Hotel. thankful for past pat
onage, he hopes by strict attentiou to business to Meru
a continuance of it.
apa-dtt J. JONES.
TISIPORTED BOLOGNA tiAIISAGE.—A
very:rare . lol Just received arid for sale by
spb WM, DOCK JR. &CO
LADIES' 17;_rIPIE.,`L .
SPEER' S S A
Of Cultivated Portugal Elder.
Every Family Should Use.
SPEER'S SAMBUCI WINE.
CELEBBATED for its medics,lAMbspe
Mal qualities as a genuine Stimulant, Tonic,
retie and Sodoritic, highly esteemed by eminent phyla.
clans, and; some of the fleet families in F,aropel.aut
America. . . - •
is not a mixture or manufactured article, but Is 3ur+s,
from cultivated Portusal Elder. recommended by tlgein
lets and Physicians as possessing msdical properties su
perior to any other Wines in use, and an excel(
Old for all weak and debilitated Persons, and the: 'age 1
and infirm; Improving the appetite, and betielitib.: , ,.l . tali ..
and children. ,
A LADIES , WINE;
necunie it will not intoxicate - as other wines, as it eon
tai,s no mixture of spirits or other liquors, and is al
- for its rich uezuliar flavor and nutritive properties,
imparting a beal!hy tone to the dige,tive organs, and a
blooming, solt and healthy shin nod comolextOn.
None genuine unless the signature of
ALFRED :WEER, Passaic, N.J.,.
iiover the cork of bottle,
3:. EE ONE TRIAL OF THIS WINE.
A. SPEER, Proprietor..
Passaic, 'N. 3.
J. H. EATON. Agent, Philadelphia.
For sale by D. W. Gross, & Co., U. K. Keller, John
Wyeth and by drauglits generally
Universal Confidence & Patron*.
FOR STATESMEN, JUDGES, CLERGYMAN,
Ladies and Gentlemen, in all parts of the World testify to
the efficacy of Prot: 0 J Wood's Hair Restorative, and
gentlemen of the Press are unanimous in its pratie. A
few testimonials only can be here given ; see circular for
mare, and it will be impossible for you to doubt.
47 Well Street, Now York, Dec. 20th, 1858.
GENTLEMEN : Your note of the 1.5!h lost., has been ra
cleved,eayiug that you had heard that I bad been beue:
fited by the non of Wood's Hair Restorative, and requeSt,
log my certificd.te of the fact if I had no objection,' to
I award it to you chesrfully, tucause I tblak
My age is shout 50 years ; the color of my hair autumn,
and iiiclined to curl. fume tiro or six years slime it he.-
gall to turn gray, and the scalp on the crown of My'he'd
to lose its scri•ibility and dandruffto form upon It. Baca
of these aisagreeithilitics increased with timk, and about
four mon , hs since a fourth was added to [Ulm ; by bale
falling off the top of my bead and threatening to make
In this unpleasant predicament, I was Induced to try
Wood': Hair Restorative, mainly to arrest the falling
off of my hair, for I. had realty no expectation that gray
hair could ever be restored to its original color except
from dyes. I was, however, greatly surpris _d to and
.ifter the use of two bottles only, that not only was the
falling Mr arrested, but the color was restored to the gray
hairs and sensibility to the scalp, and dandruff ceased to
form on my head, very much to the gratification of my
wiie, at. wnose solicitation I was ieducod hrtry it.
For this, among the many obligations I owe to her sex,
I strongly recommend all husbands who value the d
miration of their wives to profit by my example, and
use t if growing gray or getting bald.
Very respectfully, BEN. A. LAVENDER.
To 0 J. Wood & Co., 444 Broadway, New York
Idy family are absent from the city, and I am no long
er at No 11 Carrot place.
Stamaston, Ala , July 20th, 1850.
To P.M T. 0. J. WOOD : Dear Sir : Your "Hair Restora
tive" has done my hair so much good since I commenced
the use of it, that I wish to make known to the PIIBLIO
its effects on the hair, which ore groat. A man or wo
man may be nearly deprived of hair, and by a resort to
your ' , Hair Restorative," the hair will return more
beiutiful than ever ; at lea t this is my experience.—
Believe it all ! Yours truly ,
P 3.—You can publish the above if you like. By pub
fishing In our Southern papers you will get more patron=
ags south. I see several of your certificates in the Mo
tile Mercury a strong Southern paper. _ .
W. H. Kenedy
WOOD'S HAIR RESTO:IATIVE.
Pa' O. I. WOOD : rear Sir : Having had the mister , .
tune to lose the best portion of my hair, from the effectiiii
of the yellow fever, in New Orleans in 1851, I was in-:
duced to make a trial of your preparation, and found it
to answer as t':e very thing needed. My hair is now
thick and glossy, and no words can express my obliga
tions to you is giving to the of such a treasure. ..
The Restorative is put up in bottles of three sizes, viz :
large medium, and small ; the small holds half a riot,
and retails tor one tioll4r per bottle ; the medium holds
at least twenty per cent more in proportion than the
retails for two dollars per bottle ; the large htldS
a quart, 40 per omt. more in proportion, and retails for
O. J. WOOD & CO., Prop , ictors 444 Broadway, 'New
York, and 111 Market Meet, St. Louis, Mn.
. Co d sold by all good bruggiets and Fancy Goods
'Dealers. jyl3,d aweow,
DR. LELLAND'S -
ANTI RHEUMATIC BAND,:
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOB
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia"
AND A SURE MIRE FOR •
All Mercurial Diseases. •
It is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a meat;
taint compound, to be worn around the Waist without
taury to the most delicate persons,:no change ' M 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 glee
temporary relief only. By this treatment, th ei medical,
properties contained in the Band, come in oontact.
the blood and readies the digease, through the pores of
the skin, effecting in every instance a perfect cure, and
restore he parts afflicted to a healthy condition. Tins
Band is also a most powerful Oirn-MEnenitLit. agent, and
'will entirely relieve the system from the perniCious
feats of Mercury. Moderate eases are cured in a l aw
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of
efficacy in aggravated cases of long standing. .
PRICE $ 00, to he had of Druggist:, generally,dr can be
sent by mail or express, with fall directiOnti far- We, to'
any part of the country, direct from the Princip a l offt e e°;:
No. 409 BROADWAY, New York.
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B.—Descriptive Circulars Sent Free . .. -.
it/we-AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE...It/
WANTED ! 500 MENI
For the Batteries of the 6th .
ment of Artillery U. S. Army.
PAY from 11 to 21 dollars a month ac
cording to the positionwhich the capacity and
character of the soldiers may enable him taiebtain.
Rations, quarters and Medical attendance are furnished.
each soldier, with an ample allowance of clothing, in ad.:
dition to their p..y. Every reasonable 'midis thus sup,
plied the soldier, affording him an opportunity of saving
the best part of his pay.
Men or good character and sufficient intellect will hays
a fine opportunity for advancement into the commiSsion,
ad grades of the army.
Apply at Jaus's Hotel, South Second street, Bangs ,
burg, Pa. E. a. CRAFT,
jyri-dmaett 2d Lieut. MU Artillery.
WM. H. REMEDY