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ARMY BAGGAGE WAGONS.
WARM:a MASTER G ENERAL . :4 Orrice,
lf'ashington, June 21, 1861. I
411ROPOSALS ARE INVITED for the furnish
"— ing of ARkIY AND BAGGAGE WAGONS.
Proposals should state the prices at which they
QM be furnished at the places of manufacture,
or at New York, Philadelphia, Italomore,
Washington or Cincinnati, as preferred by the
The number which can be made by any bidder
within one month a.ter receipt of the order,
also the number which he can deliver within
The Wagons must exactly conform to the fol
lowing specifications, and to the established
Six-mule (covered) wagons, of the size and de
scription as follows, to wit :
The front wheels to be three fest ten inches
high, hubs ten inches in diameter, and fourteen
and a quarter inehes long ; hind wheels four
f et ten inches high, hubs ten and a quarter
inches in diameter, and fourteen and a quarter
inches long ; fellies two and a half inches wide,
and two and three quarter inches deep ; cast
iron pipe boxes twelve inches long, two and a
half inches at the large end and one and seven
eights inch at the small end; tire two and a half
inches wide by five-eights of an inch thick,
fastened with one screw bolt and nut in each
Mlle; hubs made of gum, the spokes and fellies
of the best white oak, free from defects ; each
wheel to have a sand band and linchpin, band
two and three quarter inches wide, of No. 8
band iron, and two driving bands—outside
band one and a quarter inch by one quarter
inch thick, inside band one inch by three-six
teenths inch thick; the hind wheels to be made
and boxed so that they will measure from the
inside of the tiro to the large end of the box six
and a half inches, and front wheels six and one
eighth inches in a parallel line, and each axle to
to be three feet eleven and three-eighth inches
from the outside of one shoulder washer to the
outside of the other, so as to have the wagons
all to track five feet from centre to centre of the
wheels. Axle trees to be made of the best
quality relined American iron, two and a half
inches square at the shoulder, tapering down to
one and a half inch in the middle, with a seven
eighths inch hinge bolt hole in each axletree ;
washers and linchpins for each axletree ; size of
linchpins one inch wide, three-eights of an inch
thick, with a hole in each end ; a wooden stock
four and three-quarters inches wide and four
inches deep, fastened substantially to the axle
tree with clips on the ends and with two botts,
six inches from the middle, and fastened to the
hounds and bolster (the bolster to be four feet
five inches long, five incht - s wide, and three
and a half inches deep,) with four half inch
The tongue to be ten feet eight inches long,
four inches wide, and three inches thick at front
end of the hounds, and two and a quarter inches
wide by two and three quarter inches deep at
the front end, and so arranged as to lift up, the
front end of it to hang within two feet of the
ground when the wagon is standing at least on
a level surface.
The front [tomtits to be six feet two inches
long, three luches thick, and four inches wide
over aidetree, and to retain that width to the
back end of the tongue ; laws of the hounds
one foot eight inches long and three inches
square at the front end, with a plate of iron
two and half inches wide by three eighths of
an inch thick, fastened on top of the hounds
over the back end of the tongue with one half
inch screw bolt in each end, and Etiolate of iron
of the same size turned up at each end one and
a half inches to clamp the frout hounds togeth
er and fastened on the under side and at front
end of hounds, with half-inch screw bolt
through each hound, a seven eighth inch bolt
hrough tongue and hounds in the centre of
jaws, to secure the tongue in the hounds ;
plate of iron three inches wide, one-quarter
inch thick and one foot eight inches long, se
cured on the inside of jaws of hounds with two
rivets and a plate of the same dimension each
side of the tongue, where the tongue and hounds
run together, secured in like manner ; a brace
of seven eighths of an inch round iron to ex
tend from under the front axletree, and take
two bolts in front part of the hounds, same
brace three quarters of an inch round to eon ,
time to the back part of the hounds, and to
be fastened with two bolls, one near the back
end of the hounds, and one through the slider
and hounds ; a brace over front bolster one and
a half inch wide, one quarter of an inch thick,
with a bolt in each end to fasten it to the
hounds; the opening between the jaws of the
hounds, to receive the tongue, four and three
quarters inch in front, and four and a half
inches at the back part of the jaws.
The hind hounds four feet two inches long,
two and three quarters inches thick, and three
inches wide ; jaws one foot long where they
clasp the coupling pole ; the bolster four feet
five inches long and live inches wide by three
inches deep, with steady iron two and a half
inches wide by one half inch thick turned up
two and a half inches and fastened on each end
with three rivets; the bolster stocks and lyunds
to be secured with four half inch screw bolts,
and one halt inch screw bolt through the coup
The coupling pole nine feet eight inches long,
three inches deep and four and a half inches
wide at front end, and two and three quarters
inches wide at back end ; distance from the
centre of king bolt hole to the centre of the
back axletree six feet one inch, and from the
centre of king bolt hole to the centre of the
mortice in the hind end of the pole eight feet
nine inches ; king bolt hole one and a quarter
idches diameter, of best refined iron drawn
down to seven eighths of an inch where it
passes through the iron axletree ; iron plate
six inches long, three inches wide and one
eighth of an inch thick on the doubletree and
tongue where they rub together ; iron plate
one and a half by one quarter of an inch on
the sliding bar fastened at each end by a screw
bolt through the hounds ; front bolster to have
plaits above and below eleven inches long,
three and a half inches wide, and three eighths
of an inch thick, corners drawn out and turned
down on the sides of the bolster, with a nail in
each corner, and four countersunk nails on top;
two bands on the hind hounds, two and two
and a half inches wide, of4No. 10 band iron ;
the rub plate on the coupling pole to be eight
inches long, one and three quarters inches wide
and one quarter of an inch thick. Doubletre,e
three feet ten inches long, singletree two feet
eight inches long ; all well made of hickory,
with an iron ring and clip at each end, the
centre clip to be well secured ; lead bar and
stretcher to be three feet two inches long, two
and a quarter inches wide, and one and a quar
ter inch thick. Lead bars, stretchers and single
tees for six mule team ; the two singletrees for
the lead mules to have hooks in the middle to
hook to the end of the fifth chain, the wheel
and middle pairs with open rings to attach
them to the doubletree and lead bar.
The fifth chain to be ten feet long to the
fork ; the fork one foot ten inches long, with
the stretcher attached to spread tne forks apart;
the links of the doubletree, stay and tongue
chains, three eighths of an inch in diameter ;
the fifth chain to be seven sixteenth inch in di
ameter to the fork ; the fork to be five six
teenth inch diameter ; the links of these and
the hook chains to be not more than two and
a quarter inches long.
I%e body to be straight, three feet six inches
wide,two feet deep, ten feet long at thebottorn,-
and en feet six inches at the top, sloping equal
ly at each end all in the clear or inside ; the
bed pieces to be two and a half inches wide and
three Indies deep ; front pieces two inches deep
by two and a half inches wide ; tail pieces two
a a n n
f a cn h yr a l i f n
c in h c e h s cdscl;idienatillitel three
l i e nc t h o es re :e
top rail one and a half inch
1 1 ) c l i ; .ircen eighth inch wide : law
the thi ckcobufl one itg and
er One inch thick by one and seventh inch
vide: three studs and one rail in front with a
scat on stow hinges to close it up as high as
I he sides; a box three feet font - lathes long, the
bottom five inches wide front side, nine and a
half incites deep, and eight and a half inches
at the top in ptrallel line to the body all in the
clear, to be substantially fastened to the front
end of the body, to have an iron strap passing
round each end, secured to the head piece and
trout rail by a rivet in each end of it passing
through them, the lid to be fastened to the
front rail with two good strap hinges, a strap
of five-eighth iron around the box a half-inch
from the top edge, and two straps same size on
the lid near the front edge, to prevent the
mules from eating the boxes; to have a joint
hasp fastened to the middle o the lid, with a
good wooden cleat on the inside, a strap of iron
on the centre of the box with a staple passiug
through it, to fasten the lid to ; eight studs and
two tails on each side; one bolster fastened to
the body, six inches deep and four inches wide
at king bolt hole, iron rod in front and centre,
of eleven sixteenths of an inch round iron, with
a head on the top of rail and nut on lower end;
iron rod and brace behind, with shoulders
on top of tail piece, and nuts on the under side,
and a nut on the top of rail, a plate two and a
half inches wide of No. 10 band iron, on tail
piece, across the body ; two mortices in tail
piece and hind bar two anti a quarter inches
wide and one inch thick, to receive pieces three
feet four inches long, to be used as harness
bearers ; four rivets through each side stud, and
two rivets through each front stud, to secure
the lining boards, to be of the best quality iron,
and riveted on a good bur ; one rivet through
each end of the rails ; floor five-eighths of an
inch oak boards; sides five-eighths of an inch
white -pine, tail board three-quarters of an
inch thick, of white pine, to be well cleated
with five oak cleats, riveted at each end through
the tail board; an iron plate three feet eight
inches long, two and a quarter inches wide, and
three-eighths of an inch thick on the under
side of the bed piece, to extend from the hind
end of the body to eight inches in front of the
hind bolsters to be fastened by the rod at the
end of the body, by the lateral rod and two
three-eighths of an inch screw bolts, one at the
forward end of the plate, and the other about
equidistant between it and the lateral rod. A
half inch round iron rod or bolt to pass diagon
ally through the rails, between the two hind
studs to and through the bed piece and plate
under it, with a good head on the top and nut
and screw at the bottom, to be at the top one
foot six inches from inside of tail board, and on
the bottom ten inches from the hind rod. An
iron clamp two inches wide, one quarter of an
inch thick around the bed piece, the centre
bolt to which the lock chain is attached passing
through it, to extend seven inches on the
inside of the body, the ends, top and body
to be secured by two thrce-eighths_ inch
screw bolts, the middle bar at the'
ends to be flush with the bed piece on the lower
side. Two lock chains secured to the centre
bolt of the body, one and eleven inches, the
other two feet six inches lung, to be of three
eighths of an inch round it /n ; feed trough to
be four feet six inches long from out to to out,
the bottom and ends of oak, the sides of yellow
pine, to be eight inches wide at bottom, twelve
inches wide at top, and eight and a half inches
deep all in the clear, welt ironed, with a band
of hoop iron around the top, one around each
end and three between the ends, strong and
suitable irons to fasten them on the tongue
when feeding ; good strong chains to be at
tached to the top rail of the body, secured by
a staple with a hook to attach it to the trough.
Six bows of good ash, two inches wide and one
half inch thick, with three staples to confine
the ridge pole to its place ; two staples on the
body, to secure each end of the bows ; one ridge
pole twelve feet long one and three quarters
inch wide by five eighths of an inch thick ; the
cover to be of the first quality cotton cluck, No.
—, fifteen feet long and nine feet eight inches
wide, made in the best manner, with four hemp
cords on each side, and one throngh each end
to close it at both ends ; two rings on each end
of the body, to close and secure the ends of the
cover ; a staple in the lower rail, near the sec
ond stud from each a end, to fasten theside cords.
The outside of the body and feed trough to
have two good coats of white lead colored to a
blue tint, the inside of them to have two coats
of venetian red paint; the running gear and
wheels to have two good coats of venetian red
darkened of a chocolate color, the hub and tel
lies to be well pitched, instead of painted, if re
A tar pot, an extra king bolt, and two extra
single trees to be furnished with each wagon,
the king bolt and single-trees similar in all re
spects to those belonging to it.
Each side of the body of the wagon to be
marked U. S., and numbered as directed ; all
other parts to be lettered U. S.; the cover, feed
box, bolts, linch pins, tar pot, and harness
bearers fur each wagon to be put up in a strong
box, (coopered) and the contents marked
It is to be distinctly understood that the wa
gons are to be so constructed that the several parts
of any one wagon will agree and exactly fit
those of any other, so as to require no number
ing or arranging for putting together, and all
the materials used for their construction to be
of the best quality; all the wood thoroughly sea
soned, and the work in all its parts faithfully
executed in the best workmanlike manner.
The work may be inspected from time to time
as it progresses by an officer or agent of the
Qqartermaster's Department, and none of it
shall have been inspected and approved by said
officer or agent authorized to inspect it. When
finished, painted and accepted by an officer or
agent of the Quartermaster't Department, and
delivered as herein agreed, they shall be paid
for. M. C. MEIGS,
aulo Quartermaster General U. S.
JEWELRY, WATCH ES, OL0(11c8,
FANCY GOODS, &C.
ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN & CO;
PTO. 62 MARKET STRIOn Harrisburg,
ta.. uppriatte user's illial And sdioirting the
orgen . nom, having parchaaett the dna of E. F
Jennings, and lidded a large assortment of NEW 111W
EERY, we will sell the came at the lowest rash ..rtre. an,'
801 Cit patronage.
Watches, Clocks anti Jewelry neatly anti promiffly re
paired and delivered
ALFRED F. ZIRMDRBIAN &
I:lo.Viun disposed of city stuck of Jewelry to ht.
merman & Co., I cheerfully recornmeud them to my or
met customers as nrautical and experienced watch
Makers and twitch Mr them a continuance of the patrol.
age w hi c h hes been oo generously extended to me during
the last slx years.
an 29 RI NMIt F. iENNINUS.
(CEO. W. Sr iN F., graduate of the
.11.faltimoro caul 3n in Dental Surgery, having perms
nently located in the tidy el Harrisburg and taken the
office formerly occupied by Dr. Gorges, en T bird street,
between Market and Walnut, respectfully informs his
friends ►ud the oublic in general, that he is prepared to
perform all operatidne iu the Dental nrnlession, either
surglital or memmuidal, in a manner that shall not be
surpassed by operators la this or any other city. His
mode of lnsertinz artificial teeth Is open
th lutes 'm
proved scientific principles,
~,i. T eeth, from one to a lull set, mounted on due Quid, !id.
ver, Plating plates or the Vulcanite Base.
• "I take great pleasure in recommeudlngkint auoye 4eu
tleman to all my former patients of Ilitirinbarg and
Inky and feel confident that he will perform all opera
-0008 in a scientific manner, from my knowledge of his
ability. Lakylkiti] B. J GORGAS, D. D. S.
°iljl V (lelegtaPt), afternoon 'August 23, 1861
PROPO AI4S FOR SIDE-WHEEL
Bureau of Ccomtruction, t
WASUL\OTON, Aug. 8, 1861. 1
CONFORNIITI7 with the act of Congress
approved the sth August, 1861, the Navy
Department will receive proposals for the con
struction and equipment of Twelve Side-Wheel
The load draft of water not to exceed six feet
nine inches ; to be armed with, two rifled guns,
of 7,00 U lbs. each, one at each end of the ves
sel ; also, with two 12-pounder howitzers ; the
complement to be one hundred persons, with
provisions for sixty days, to have two thousand
gallons of water in tanks, and to be provided
with a condenser for distilling potable water.—
To be schooner rigged, and have a rudder at
each end, properly protected by a post.
The Department desires to have the highest
attainable speed, which must be stated in the
offer, together with the length of time it can
be maintained and the quantity of coal that
can be carried in the bunkers for that speed,
which should not b 3 less than for eight days.
The proposals must be for the hull, spars, rig
ging, sails, and canvass work, boats, anchors,
and cables, tanks, casks, furniture, cooking ap
paratus and utensils, steam machinery and
spare work, with all the equipments for a vessel
of war complete and ready in all re;spectsr.for
sea service, and ready to receive her officers,
men, armament, stores, provisions, and feel
for Amon machinery.
The armament, stores, provisions, and fuel
will be furnished by the Government.
The specifications must fully describe the
materials to be used, the method and ize of
fastening, the detail of the size, material, finish,
kind, and arrangement of machinery, and of
the various equipments included in the propo
The plans must be working drawings, from
which the vessel and machinery can be built,
showing the allotments of space for accommo
dations, store-i ooms, magazine, and shell-rooms,
disposition of the coal, &c.
The boilers and engines to be below the deck
—the main shaft may be above ; the boiler
pressure not to be less than thirty pounds per
square inch, and a surface condenser to be used;
the paddle-wheel to be overhung.
Upon application to the Commandant of any
navy yard the bidder can see the list of equip
ments required for the propeller gun-boats, to
which, as far as practicable, these are to con
form, and for which convenient stowage is to
The bidders will state the least time within
which they will agree to complete the vessel
for sea and deliver her at such navy yard as
they may name, without extra cost to the Gov
ernment. It must likewise be stated in the of
fer the total amount for which they will engage
to do all that is required above and embraced
in their specifications and plans ; and the bid
must be accompanied by name of guarantors
that if awarded they will execute the contract.,
The usual conditions of Government contracts
will be observed. Payments to be made at four
different intervals, as the work progresses, re-
Lining one-fifth of the whole amount for ninety
days atter the delivery of the vessel, to repair
any defects that may be discoved within that
time in trial at sea. It is understood that in
the contract a guarantee will be inserted of the
fulfilment of the condition of speed, fuel, satis
factory working of the machinery, &c., with a
forfeiture in case of failure.
The reputation of bidders as successful steam
ship builders will have due weight, and the
proposal must state the name of the marineen r
gine building establishment at which they in
tend the steam machinery to be made.
The Department reserves the right to accept
propositions made in conformity with the con
ditions prescribed which shall be considered
most to the interest of the Government and
combine the greatest number of advantages,
and to reject any or all of them, at its option.
The specifications and plans of parties not
obtaining the contract can be withdrawn by
The Department will not consider itself un
der obligations to receive proposals after the
6th of September 1861. augl2-law4w
Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague, &c.
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But one size of the gonuite,
price ONE DoLLAR . .
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he quick result
For INDIGESTION, Try
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Bternave's Rolland Bitters.
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@'o1• COSTrITEITESS. Trq
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React Carefully I
'the genuine, highly-concentrated BaranAre's Hoy-
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retailed at One Dollar per bottle. The mat demand
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imitations, which the Oldie should guard sgaitist
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W ID t istedm one IN lad to.l tlionattLl i nava
ev..r liptiim •heir IkUoreitlVe ddo: tivOLI die byes m.dtkui
thew au exuelleut reniedy, 41led ~ you 111 amid. ,lusty for
Khoo- Uytietilllt3 KLI4 caw' .ugur-00atiug
am4•.,,,1111n4 v.. - r) KOCeptable aud 1188
01 #4,11.011*k.i thildren.
g iTtlrirLis , .mru 'ant o rs tiLuou.
tie nu u Kw?. ilium*, PAsuir d tlyout tioaltn.
Ur. Aysog . • g wave 0,3“ pule ell/3 wLI
Agocuw• n ill in, lAwily tn. 441, thUBU am Calitnl VIAL
iu 'streak,. U. ru,iglatif lIC anal., gligustiou au6 on ,
rity,:tim 1iiu.61,• . . re • ~.s very lieu'. mu:gutty I ggaVe
eve. Kuuwu, 40 • -14 rueoKunuti 4 limn. to
M.Virteudei. J V. I,IIMUS.
IVANAN, .;,unimg W., N. Y., Oa. 4, 1865
IJua.o Stu: ;nut :mbartic clils au my
pratice, uud du to au •socAticut 4.0 Ileum&
Ults ayalesu mod .sr r itue. muaUctuta of the wood.
AJMN 1.; MEACHAM, M 11,
, r , A , 41 MYR .461061, <oitllll.olllSl
0001, LOMB 1.•. d IJIO -1 1f rear....Lreits, %TO
[From Dr. J duusuu..llouirual,,VokuucL..)
too I.lllldo I.le•aidid Oi'you/ PIUS !Of ant ‘.11,-e ul
ouduiruam. ii .9 too of your lUULId
Wow dr enhAllddlid illej battik) Min tab su pro.
ukt ~ .alklat .11 Ititduld , id, virtu ,ullivr
trumoli!ii Owl 011.01,ti
I`.r , .getlitUr ,Itfilldf.l (bat iru WqfSe. I Oul lye
G.ritmork , ve b.zorkeouate In tttu :Ivor, but your VIII , utle,t
uretu an I. cumlue dilidalld.
Ilra. a. alums ' eUySIGI4I,O AULI ttaat.a.i.
.. 1 pad mo , e or t • „atrga" &wad ca your Pith, ladeu at tilt.
proper 111 W are ~Taltlllth.t prolliOuVe. of lilt• • a “ral
aarattua Wu a vitiLalk nr ' lrtrti.ay aapiorePeug, .441,1 also
my fo a.l •.Ouuxasauuaruraoa find CURL ',MIMS.
'fatty 1f.3 eo aiJca tthu biisi litrysic we trAve that
oieoa no moor to Lai pullouts.
[Frain tou Aut. Air. 4awiteu, ui trio Muth°diet
etn..sin•cloube. SAVantlau, tba., Jau. tt, 1856.
litutuitub ik : sbuuld ue ungrateful fur Lilo r, liel
your ititt bait uroffen me I not report my oasis tm
you, A Cal aeltled 1U , uy fun ud urouglif ou useru
mann Nuuralgto P.uu., yule f - u Jell in enrol= dhow
utatuoui -blotted:34l.W nu.. too best of pbytlielauti,
flab flieenwe grew ee eo .41111 Norse, finial by toe edema
ul yoier excellbut agent m dalllmMO, Dr. Mauttoine,
Ville. Mem eilutue were akeo but sure 8 y
perseeM i•-. lb the one 01 111 , 10, I a.n now euUrely well
13111.A1. Cli4l-111/IYil, CULU:IO 1J4., Dec. 6, t 866,
Ulll. Area : a 1161 Vt ueieu einfiri•ty Cured b . , your Vole,
01 AbOUOlatit ditll/1111 4,.e.ete that bad ailltuted
alb tor yttyra. VINSANT ZilDlit L.
sur - stunt ut I,llc PUY,' m Muriel contain iloicury
wftleh, dithodgit's vsivabiti remedy to sktlll.t• lauds, is
alUsurouit to 4 tibbur pills rOu4 Uns dreadful eons tquelt •
cat Ludt. tratuteutly follow us tuo tattoos use. those
eanalp a): wuroury. or .u/Dtertu substance whotever.
Price to coati per bon, or z littta, tor $l.
pietared by Da .1. e. g CO., Lowell, Maas
ztold by UA. litsuivArt, Lt. n...duner, W. Onxis &
J. M. t Ida, +l . ronitrao6, Lierrabu rk,
sun 461)Pr.° c Yf ir ".r ner r - spzittaudaw
,I).A VID HAY N 110 DIA R.F. al
— tal..la • A TEN 'l'
Wrought and Camed r.O .bd Burglar Prow
Manual 1 . made, ilea It mut)
"‘', 1 '.11.1 Burglar rruat warn dl,
OAN1; h 8 I
&DAMAN LINE OANDLEti,
. I .3l9almNE cANL,L&.,
CHEMICAL Nttlim LANDLES,
.uge let col Wu a b.v. ;IJ ...6 awl tor sale at tho tow
at prices by
vV a.;0013. JR. & 00. $
taus opposite the Court Roust.
A VERY HEAVY STOOK OF
BLAUK ANI) SE'OOND
MOURNING DRESS 60605
OF EVERY DE6OHIPTION JUST OPENED.
At Prices beim the Oast of Importation,
mayB Neat door to the Harrisburg Rauh.
Tut subscriber begs leave to inform his
friends and the public that he bas taken the FA BM
WS HOTEL, Eh Market street opposite toe Post Cm ee,
formerly J. Stahl's, where be is prepared to BROOM MO'
dam them on hvaeOnable terms. Having refitted and
furnished the House entirely now, he hopes by strict at
tention to business, Ihreeeiv. 4 liberal sbare of patron
age. faps.fiind) B. o PETERS.
I EI F., SOLDI bIlVa :BOOK M ' Kiuney't
A "Our - finvensmOok". an exposition, ot Constitu
tion 01 the Mated Stated, JRulatulag thikuat4.o and °per
Won of . our government, trom auiteial and authentic
snrook Pane $1 00. ror Nib an
allY 2 BizeNlall 610111
SPEER'S S AMBUCI WINE,
Of Cultivated Portugal Elder.
Every Family Should Use.
SPEER'S SAMBUCI WINE
°ELEM.:ATM) for its medical and benu
tidal qualities as a genial:a , Stimulant, lonia, it
retie and eoloritle, bighly o-teemad by eminent obyel
clans, and sow of the drat famines in gloom an
SpF./•;N'S SAMBUCI WINN.
h not a mixture or manufactured article, but is utre,
firm cultivated l'ortuod Elder, recommended t,) , mam
bas and l'hysiiLians as possessing meallzal pro..erteta su
parlor to any ether , rines in use, ant an excel' m
lbr all weak and debditated persons, and the ago.'
and infirm, Improving the appetite, and battening LA
A LADIES' WINE,
tterawe it will not Intoxicate as other wines, as it con.
tai , s no mixture of spirits or other liquors; and Is a'•
mired P.t• its Hon peculiar flavor and nutritive prt.per ties,
Imparting a iteilthy tone to the digedlve organs, and a
I:looming, salt anu healthy at in and complexion.
None genuine unless the signature of
ALFRED britiEß, Passaic, N. J.,
is over the cork of a tth bottle,
MAKI , . ONE Tidal. oF THIS WINE.
A. SPIER, Proprietor.
Passaic, N. J.
OM :o 208 tiroadway, New Volk.
.1. H EATON. Agent, Pbiladelphta.
For sale by I) W. Grass, & Co., O. K. Keller. John
Wyeth and by &teel*, generally Jyl-daw ly.
DR. LELL AND'S
ANTI RHEUMATIC BAND.
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia
AND A SURE CURE POR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It is a conveniently arranged Baud, containing a me. t;
ceded compound, to be worn around tne Waist, without
injury to the most delicate persons, no change inhabits
of living is required and it entirely removes the disease
from the system, without produclug the It:Orions anew
arising front the use of pow.ritt Internal medio Ines
which weaken and destroy th t. M4tt:Ulloo, and give
temperer. , relief only. By this tre &mem, the medical
properties contained in the. Band, come to contact with
the blood and reaches the disessi, through the pores of
the skin, effecting in every instaTte o perfect cure, and
restore he parts afflicted to a it:nutty condiuon. • This
Band is also a most powerful Arrn-ahrsoUltiaL agent, and
will entirely relieve the system from the 'pernicious of.
facts of Mercury. Moderato cases are cured in a eew
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonlaLs or Its
efficacy in aggravated eases 01 long standing.
Pates S. 00, to be bad of Druggtsb , generally, or can . •
sent by inn it or express, with Cull u tractions for use, to
any part 01 the country, direct from the Principal office,
No. 409 BROADWAY, New York.
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors
N. B. —Descriptive Circulars Sent Free
SOXETHING FOR THE TLIKEB ! I!
A Necessity in Every Household
JOHNS & CROBLEY'B
American Cement Glue
'The Strongest Slue in the World
FOR CEIIIENTING WOOD, LEATHER, GLASS,
IVORY, CHINA, MA RBLE, POR
CILALN, ALABASTER, BONE,
CORAL, &c.; &c., &c.
The only article of the kind ever produced
which will withstand Water.
~4k. very houtekoeper ,hould hay. oily of Johns &
("realty's American Content ,
ii•lt Is so convenient to have house"—N. Y.
`qt. IS alway s ready ; this commends to every body."
N. Y. DiDEPSNDRXT.
"We htve tried it, and dud it as niotrut to our home as
ater.i.—W MIMS HPIRIT OF THE Tales
Price 25 Cents per Bottle. •
Very Liberal Reductions to Wholesale
Dealers. TERRI:, t:"..11.
go - For sale by all Druggists and Storekeep
ers generally throughout the country.
JOHNS & UROSLEY,
•78 Wirdatut &ram,
(Corner of Liberty Street,) New Volts.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
186 1 .
ONE PRICE GIFT
No. 607 C'HNSTNU7 STREET.
A superb mock of Hoe Prench, Inglisti and American
Nor City anti Country trade, with an unapproachable u
eortinetit el Rainy Man, er,ornixo at the loweat caeb
Afirilut ONE PRICS is asked, and s GIFT 01 unrtheie
worth and use presented alit each article sold.
Parttuitar attention paid to the CustOmer department,
and garments made andsent to order to any address.
In Inaugurating this new system of doing business,
bTOKA6 woad impress on the minds ol
the patrons 01 his establishment, that the cost of the gilt
is deducted from, and NOT added to the price of the arti
cleaold. His immensely Increasing sales enabling him
10 eat thus liberally, sad at the same time *realm m
remunerative profit. ' •
All articles guaranteed to give entire satisfaction.
607 CHESTNUT STREET
SIGN OF THE
Morin» . Star Spangled
A NOTHER SUPPLY OF WALL PAPER,
dio., SPLENDID WINDOW .BLINDit, to
which we call the attention or our friends, and cordially
Invite them to examine our goods and prices.
We are determined to sell cheap. Mind aho plane, •1 0 '
ill.l=tj.l.lNk: L. UHAYNE.
CARPEN'rEik - AND 81:11:LDER.
Residence No. 27 North Sacand /kik
N. B—JOBBIIIO ATIVIDIO, 70
fines at Olrantl Orranspartattot,
\ ortheru Raj
_ _ _
CHANGE OF SWIElit
TRIMS TRAlies DAILY 1,1 A ,T,
13 I_l T I 1./I
kN iND AFTER SUNDAY .1;
the :'ltanenKer Tratko at th:
ACM war. Harriaburt , and I>Ad .
thin, ricalN win +rave Ilarnidrur, •
11XPRE8.9. " .
Iladßl RUHti ACW/12ttotiATI
* Au . nitAn% will le...vr Baltimoh , r • .
eXPRM TRAIN ''
HARRISBURG ACCORMODA no!: .
NAIL. TKAIM leiv• A il.artsbur t , At
Ibe ouiy train it..vinz Flarrtsburc t,
the kYprees, South, at 3.00 A 41.1
a 14.36 P. M.
For further Informallol3 apply 41
rrisauri t , May 20,
\lily AIR 114 It ii IL,
TRW TRAINS DAILY TO ViA Yui:k
't TWO TRAINS DAILY 'it.
PH 1 LAl)El.t'l; t
WITfiOUT CHANGE OF' 'A
AND AFTER NIONDA I Ji
1851, the Pas& agar Trani, w.I i i,• r .
ph aa•, Reading Railroad Depot, at Hai' tg , -
York rad Philadelphia, as follows, r,,.
EAST W A RD.
.XPRNSS LINE leaves 11 irrri.:...r• i
rival of pannaylvarda Railroad r.vdr..- • r..)
Weal, arriving Iti New York at 4 ii al t -.
is attatted to the train toroug a 1-.. a . n+
MAIL TRAIN leave* Harr 'btu. •4 _
Now York at 4p. in , and
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg .it t.ro r m ,
of Pennsylvania Etallro.rd 40.0 r _
York at 9.46 p. so., and Philadaioh... 4,$
trAST LINE. leaves New York ri ti ,
prat& at 8 a in. arriving al Harrisoor4 I
MALL TRAIN , leaves Now York 41 I:: 0,1 „
adelphia at 8. 16 p. m. , arrivmt nt lan ..t . •
- EXPRESS LINK loaves New York
ring at Harrisburg at 2.30 a. in.. MIA I'o
PannSY)Villia CIMINO) Train for rill-11.a,
car Is also attached to [Lila rain
Connections are made at Carman,, g w tn. t
renosylvania, Northern Cautr..l au / //, ti •
Railroads, and at Reading for
Wilkesbarre, allentown, Easton aw.
B ag g ag e checked through. Fur • b••t t,•
a nd Ba rishurg, eb 00 ; betweiu klirrhoo
delphia, $3 26 lo No. I cars, Ind 12 70 in
ror ticke , B or Lothar Infortoati.,u ,Lo t
tliluer4 I A
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL tike
I';701\ , 1
BUMMIR MOE l'A uLt
FIvE TRAINS DAILY [; kNC
ON AND ANTRA
MONDAY, JUNE 10th,
Lbs passenger trate' of the PeunEy!:,:i,
patty will depart from Ran .rmt. ;h r ,
obthtdelpbta re follows :
E A AT II A
. FAST IJNE leaves Harrisburg every m0n..., k -
Monday) at 1.16 a. m., and ,rrives al , e',.st
at 6.10 a. M.
lIIHROUGH EXPItetV THAIS le..tve , it,. r'.;'
tt 9.20 v.m. , sad arrives at Wpm
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg dal.) (.
d*y) al 616 o and .rrivos !t
10.16 p. m.
These trabas make clove C.0(14 firtlui., :11 rh,
Ile New York Linea
eaves Harrisburg at 7.lXt a. in., and
Philadelphia at 12.00 noon.
HARRLBBUIN3 sOLX/1111 1 0).a CD'S I RAIN,
bla, leaves Harrisburg at 1.10 p. m., and -
Philadelphia tt 6 26 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, Nu via %I ,
leaves Harrisburg at 6.15 p. a, , eonnet.u.
Mlle with MAIL TRAIN, and arrives at Wt.:l
Phis at 10.16 p. m.
W E 13 T 4t 4 ft 0 .
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN lelr s 11;
10.20 p.m., Harrisburg at '2 .25 a. in.. A
m., and arrives at Pittsburg at [2,0) L,
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at; :
burg 100 p. m., Altoona, 6 5) p. in., autl,, ,
burg at 12 00 midnight.
FAST LINE Pelves Phlladelphls at ii
burg 3.85 p. in., Altoona 6.10 ,
burg at 12,30 a. in.
HARRISBLoRG ACC3I6IIfuDATIc:s; 13
delphia at 2.80 p. m , Lancaster C. i •
6,40 p. m., and arrives at Harrisburg at •
train connects at Harrisburg. at S ~5 p
en/ Central Railroad Train for Hunt
Lock Haven, Scranton and all points
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves i t.
P. m., Lancaster 7.60 p. in , Mount .1 ,
betbtown, 6.37 p. in. and ar.ivos
9.30 p. in.
Attention la called to the Cant, that 1--. -
Philadeephit at 4.00 p. at. , COCILIcei J; 1. 1
MOONY JOY ACOOMMODA.t lON 1 HAIN
Hattitthng at 920 p.
Supt. Bast, LAN - . '
Harrisburg, June 7, 1861 —chi'
JUST REGEJ V 1-1)
- ANOTHER LOT o -t.
EXTRA FINE !JUL`
F- NEWTON'S (formert '
'Ur manulleotare, warranted to /4.• •
the finest pointed, moat dotal , .L
n•tnarket, for sale, with a varlet) •
Oases of slalom aims and prices, at
Olitti;NRIVS HO' -
PH OTOGRAP I4I:.
In ail its Branches
Executed in ,6 best style known 0 ibert, ac
C. G. , CRANE'S GALLERY,
632 Arch Strut, Nast of Sixth,
LIFE BIER IN OIL AND PasTIL.
Aukbrotypes, Daguerreotypes, U., for Casa, PISS
BOP, b e . novl 4 w