Newspaper Page Text
Friday Morning, September 5, 1861.
POWDER ion GENERAL FBMIONT.—Eighty cars,
loaded with powder for Gen. Frernoul is army
recently passed here en route to Missouri.
LOME TO TOE TROOPS. -L. L. Allen, the
popular temperance lecturer of Ohio, has at the
earnest solicitation of the commanding officers,
consented to deliver a temperance lecture bethisfore
the troops at Camp Curtin, at 6 o'clock
evening. It is also very probable that the
distinguished lecturer will be prevailed upon to
deliver another lecture inone of the city church
es nest Sunday evening.
TowN.—Among the familiar faces wearing
6uegauentals" we notice in our streets, is that
0! 011101 d friend Theodore D. Cochran, of York,
Who has recently received a commission as Cap
tain in the 15th regiment U. S. infantry. Capt.
Cochran is an old typo, who served with dis
tinction in the war with Mexico, and in the
three months campaign against the rebels. He
is at present wet:lotted at the Newport Barracks,
t'AILECS nT LIGHTSINO.—A large barn at
lilount Airy, Philadelphm, belonging to Gen.
A. L Romfort, of this city, was struck by light
ning night before last, and, with its contents,
entirely consumed. A man who was sleep
ing in the ban, was compelled to fly for his
life, leaving his clothing behind him.. Four
horses perished in the flames. Among the con
tents of the building were twenty-five tons of
bay. two wagons, a sleigh, one hundred and
twenty-five bushels of grain, a large lot of pc.-
tutors, harueB, etc.
roma— Be/ore the Mayon—Several volunteers
were marked present at the roll call before the
Mayor yesterday. They were all charged
with ,inurkrnnees, and after a reprimand die-
Misceil by promising to join their companies.
ha ley Wilson—a stout; equably little negro
was arraigned for drunkenness. Discharged.
Flory Campbell and James Snowden—both
t,rJi —were arrested for "lying around loose"
at the depot. They said they were from Carli-
Elv, and had come here to get employment as
rmvantr , in the army. They were discharged.
ULI . EITTION in drill should be the steady aim
\ cry officer and soldier now going to fight
tin or glorious institutions. Any man who
\ t , s the order and confidence with which
Willed troops manoeuvre, must see how
Want it is to bo thus at home in the move
n', in, of a battle; to be able to execute every
u 6 r with confidence; to know what an order
611 , n1d be though indistinctly heard through
the noise' of a conflict ; to load and fire with
precision and coolness. Such drill secures the
soldier's safety, gives the officers confidence,
and wins battles against great odds. One cool,
well-drilled soldier, is thus more effective than
two or three raw bunglers, however brave, or
even reckless. Drill cheerfully and carefully,
obey orders with alacrity, and our word for it
we will hear no more Bull Run follies.
A Gaya THOUGHT.--There are worse things
than war. Deterioration and moral cowardice are
worse than death ; and when it becomes neces
sary to die for great truths and principles, how
sweet and how beautiful is the sacrifice ! Let
no one imagine that this is our day of deepest
darkness. Twenty millions of people rising as
one man, thrilled by one impulse, swept by one
spirit of self-sacrifice, bolding right and justice
to be dearer than life, and that life for these
may and shall be offered up, will appear in his
tory as the brightest omen of the century.
Civilization and free government are not to fail
here, but to come forth more glorious and secure
train trial. This is the clear pointing finger of
God, and for this He strikes the awful hour and
summons men to their duty. Meanwhile we
hope that from all the altars of religion will be I
breathed the holiest, selectest influence into the'
cause of constitutional liberty as the cause of
Doze TEE CROP INCREASE.—We often hear the
expression that "the fools are not all dead,"
and every day but tends to increase our be
lief in the proverb. But does the crops of
fools increase? Do the specimens of the more
recent growth exceed in size those of a few
years back? We are inclined to think they do,
and in part verification of our belief, we have
before us a label taken from a bottle of hair
medicine, the price of which is only three del
lays! The esteemed modest proprietor agrees,
however, to make a reduction or discount of
thirty-three per cent, for cash, or he will sell a
dozen bottles at twenty-four dollars—with &-
hen per cent off for cash. This article was
doubtless gotten up to suit the times. Money
being a drug in the market, will be at once in
vested in this great hair preparation, and the
People who buy it will wait until the market
fur it gets up to fifty dollers per bottle, and
then rush it. rive humbug.
A GOOD NAME.—A good name is above all
IA ice. Have you not found it so, young man,
you whose well-known virtues have placed you
in a position which you occupy with feelings of
Commendable pride? And you whose fame has
bean the target of envious tongues, have you
not seen a good name to be the only breast
plate that is impervious to the poisoned shafts
of calumny ? Gold and talent, what are those
ithout a character ! A light to render dark
nese visible; a gliding, which, by contract,
mates the substance more revolting! Cherish
it, then, all ye who possess it; guard it care
fully—for depend upon this, its purity once
tarnished, the nnwearying effort will hardly re
store it to its pristine lustre. Let it attend you
through the journey of life, crowning your days
with peace and happiness. The recitude which
won it will engrave upon your face a letter of
reco mmendation to people of every nation and
to ngue. And when the treasure is no longer
needful to you, it shall descend to your poster
ity, a l egacY with which millions on millions
would to be compared.
True Wausau lantass.—ln pursuance of a
previous call, a large number of the citizens,
including many ladies, assembled on Wednes
day night in the Court House to hear an address
from an Indian missionary on the cht,iina of our
frontier Indians on the sympathies of the
American people. The meeting was opened
with prayer by the Rev. G. J. Martz of this
city, and organized by the election of the Hon.
John J. Pearson as President, and H. C. Alle
man as Secretary. The Rev. John Beeson was
introduced by the President and made a very
interesting address, showing the impositions to
which the Indians have been subject, and the
necessity of a correct public sentiment in order
to sustain peaceable relations between the
The following preamble and resolutions were
then proposed and unanimously adopted :
Wu: aces, There is reason to believe that the
warlike attitude which some of our frontier In
dian tribes have assumed towards the govern
ment of the United States is the result of Imude
and falsehood by which disigning men have
made them believe that the northern people are
their enemies ; therefore
Resolved, That a committee be now appointed
to prepare a report expressive of the true senti
ment of this Commonwealth relative to the
treatment of the Indians, and to the position
which our people should of right sustain to
wards them as a race.
Resolved, That the committee also arrange for,
another meeting as early as` practicle to 'con
eider their report, and to carry out the suges
tions which it may contain.
A committee, consisting of Rev. John Beeson,
Hon. John J.., Pearson, David : Elenaing, Esq.,
H. C. Alleman, Esq., Rev. G. J. Marts, Morde
cai McKinney, Esq., and John S. Musser, Esq.,
was then appointed in accordance with the
A prominent attraction of the evening's ex
ercises was the singing of Larookqua, an inter-,
esting and youthful Indian squaw, of surprising,
power and sweetness as a songstress. She sang
" The Indian's Lament," " The Indian's Fune
ral Ode," in her native tongue, and the "Indian
Hunter." Her songs had a thrilling effect upon
the audience, and were received with rapturous,
The committee, appointed at the meeting last
evening, will meet and make a report at a
meeting which will be held at the Court House
on nextlionday evening. ' -r r.
The object of the meeting dommende itself 'to
the public as a means to counteract the schemes
of designing men to inveigle the tribes of
dians upon our western frontier in the war .
against our governnient, as it is a well' known
trot that secession emissaries are representing
the northern people as their worst enemies; and
it is believed that when the true sentiment of
the north is known and expressed properly, it
will neutralize the efforts of those intriguing
The meeting adjourned to meet again at the .
Court House on Monday evening next, when it
is expected that Gov. Curtin will be present and
preside at the meeting.
FRUIT FORTS SOLDIERS AT TIMIS CAMPS. —This
is a great season for fruits of all kinds, so abun •
dant and cheap are they everywhere. One good
use this great abundance can be put to,. is to
supply the soldiers at their several camps and
stations with a goodly supply. You can't be.;
lieve how gratefu: fruit is to men cooped up in
large bodies ; even the raw peaches are earger
ly devoured by the, men. Those with gardens
near town, can with no cost scarcely, o..cept
little outlay of thought and good feeling, drop
from their wagons, carriages and other meant
of conveyance, baskets of ripe fruit of . all kinds
at Camp Curtin or Capp,Cameruni They will be
of great use to the soldier, and save him from
the hospital. Bring in your fruit of all kinds
in great abundance, good people, who: kayo it,
even if it cost you a little trouble.
Tus PARTICULABB of the cowhiding affair,
published in yesterday'sTmucutem, were given
to us by an individual who claimed to be an
eye-witness of the transaction,'acid if an affair
of a similar nature transpired elsewhere we
know nothing of it. We are disposed to believe,
however, that the " singular
luded to by our morning cotemporary was only
visible to himself, and originated from that
condition of the system which causes those who
are laboring with it to see things doubie. Under
these circumstances, ‘the "other - case" alluded
to by our cotemporary was really seen. in a "pig'.
Busnuss rm PHILADILPRILL—The Philadelphia
correspondent of the New York Tribune says
"There is quite a perceptible revival of busi
ness, and from indications thus far, we shall do
full half our ordinary Fall trade, and probably
more. Many Western buyers are in town, '
Some of these have paid up punctually, and
can buy all they want on time. Those lest
punctual, are required to pay cash. No dry
goods man can now afford to sell a bill in the
least doubtful. In fact, the number who are
able to sell on time, even to the best customer,
has been so subscribed by recent disasters that
cash has become the rule and credit the excep
tion. One thing is clear : that whatever busi
ness may be done this season will be a perfect
ly sound one."
CHURCH ORGANLTAZION.---On. next Sabbath, a
German Reformed Church will be organized in
Middletown, and officers installed. The meet
ing will be held in the South Ward school house
on Ann street, where Rev. Kurtzman has been
preaching regularly since May, to some thirty
regular members. A number of able ministers
from a distance will be present on Sunday, and
assist in the exercises.
Jruncial Nonlseriox.—At a County Conven
tion held in Lebanon last Monday, Hon. I.
J. Pearson, of this city, was nominated by ac
clamation for President Judge of the Judicial
district composed of Dauphinand Lebanon coun
ties, and Messrs. Ely, Titus. Walker and John
Deininger appointed Conferees to Inset Con
ferees from this county.
THE Small denominations of Treasury notes
rapidly into circulation in Washing
ton and are much in demand. They are a
valuable circulating medium. and very conve
nient where small remittances by =liar° made.
Saturday arid Monday thousands of them were
enclosed by soldiers, and mailed to families at
PennopthaniaWar ittievapit—; ;
An EXTENSIVE Tasvataa.—Capt. Woodruff,
one of the proprietors of the sleeping cars be
tween Chicago and Philadelphia, over the Fort
Wayne route, is supposed to have traveled
farther, last year, than any other: man in the
world. He ran on the route between Philadel
phia and Pittsburg, and missed about four
nights in the whole year, thus traversing the
entire route of three hundred and fifty.three
miles, and traveled during the year, the enor
mous distance of one hundred and twenty-seven
thousand four hundred and thirty-three miles,
and that mostly by night.
Somme AND Surtstus.—The orders of the
War Department are very strict against the
sale 4' liquor to the troops. The army sutlers
are not only forbidden to sell it to the men,
but are not allowed to keep it in their pos
session under heavy penalties. They are also
prohibited giving credit to any enlisted sol
dier to an amount exceeding one-third of
his month's pay, and are required, three days
before the last of every month, to render
for verification, a written and separate account,
in each case, of any charges they may have
against enlisted men for collection, and the
officer shall: submit the account to the sol
dier for acknoihedgement and. signature, and
witness the same. In the case of death, deca
de); or removal from the post, of the soldier,
the account. will be rendered immediately. If
the soldier dispute the account and the sutler
insist, and in the case of death and desertion,.
the sutler will be required to establish the ac-:
count by affidavit endorsed on it before any of
ficer authorized to administer an oath. Debts
thus verified as due the sutler, are to be noted
on the muster rolls, and will be paid by the
Paymaster out of the arrearages due to the sol
dier at the time of death, desertion, discharge,
or sentence of court martial; the sums due thd
Government and laundress being first paid.
PEEIL&DELP}IIA Thrzectrvas nc Celts—BowLau
Ansawrrn —Our readers will remember a tele
graphic dispatch in yesterday's TRLEORAPH, to
the effect that a noted burglar named John
Gross had been arrested by two Philadelphia
detectives, in one of our camps near Washing
ton. Yesterday afternoon detectives Lemon
and Bartholomew arrived at Philadelphia with
their prisoner, John Gross, alias John Miller;
securely handcuffed, and dressed in the full
uniform of a sergeant of the United States
Gross is a fine looking young man, about
twenty-five years of age, six feet high, and well
built, and was a great favorite among the mili
tary, and said to be an excellent soldier. He
was arrested some time since by the same offi
cers, but made his escape from the cars on the
North Pennsylvania Railroad, while • being
taken to Philadelphia. He made his escape when
the train was passing the tunnel at Sellersville.
He is charged with some of the most attrocious
robberies in the history of our State, among
which we may instance the following :—Mr.
Weiss, at Bethlehem, and Mr. Jones, slate
worker at Harrisburg.
Gross was formerly a baggage master on the
North Pennsylvania Railroad, but was dis
charged for dishonesty—he having robbed the
company quite extensively. His first robbery
after his discharge was that committed upon
Mr. Sayers, P.estdent of the Schuylkill Valley
itskiirotid. He relieved Mr. S. of a large amount
of jewelry, money, and miscellaneous articles.
His last depredations were committed at Camp
Curtin, in this city, where he enlisted as a Ser -
gearit in Col. Campbell's regiment of flying ar
tillery, now at Washington. Gross was con
veyed to Bethlehem to-day for trial.
Officers Lemon and Bartholomew deserve
great credit for their perseverance in making
this arrest, which was attended with consider,
able difficulty at Washington, the Provost Mar
shal denying them access to the camp, and the
Coloneland other officersof Campbell'aregiment
refusing to give him up, and after great trouble
Mr. Bartholomew obtained audience with his
old friend, Gen. McClellan, who gave him au
thority to make the arrest.
Editor Harrisburg Alegraph :
DRAB SIR : Allow us, .through your paper, to
express our thanks to some of the citizens of
Georgetown, especially to Mrs. J. F. Raymond,
fn the kindness shown to us members of the
6th Pennsylvania Regiment. We will ever re
member her with grateful hearts, and when on
the battle field we will think of her, knowing
that her prayers are ascending for us,
Camp Gibson, Sept. 4th 1861 .
" When self the wavering balance shakes, it
is rarely right adjusted."
Commodore Stringham thinks he has seen
Commodore Barren before. This reception was
a just and proper chastisement upon Barron-for
his ingratitude toward the U. S. Government,
who, with a mother's care, had nursed him for
a life time. We have used the above remarks
for the purpose of calling your best attention to
the large stock of cheap dry goods at Urich &
Bowmana, corner of Front said Market streets.
Hsvuta returned from the city I now have on
hand a full assortment of all kinds of Dry
Goods ; 200 pieces of new Calla* ; 200. dozen
of Stockings ; a splendid lot of Black Alapacha;
a large lot of Hoop Skirts; 1,000 yards of Crash
for Toweling. All kinds of Summer Dress
Goods at great reduction. S. Lim;
t Rhoads' Old Corner.
Tam Anventrourn, having been restored to
health in a few weeks by s very simple remedy,_gter
having suffered several yeare*th'eseilitirliiiiglit.
ion, and that dread disease, Consumption—is anxious to
make known to his fellow-Eel:reran) the means of ours.
To ativrito desire It, he will send a copy of ; the pre
scription used (free o f charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they. will. tind a
sore cure itir Consumption, BrOnehitlie, API The
only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription
is to bone& the afflicted, and spread intermation which
he conceives to be nvaluable, and he hoop every: sul
inter will try his remedy , as it will befit them not hing,
sod may prove a blessing.
eurtes wishing the prescription will please address
IRBV. HOWSPD A. Wll,
KII I IO. oottneY,SoWOWL
Kornis Loun Pula Azip_Pnactiur BErrinte.-
Pres from Abiwera/ Paisoau—ln awes of Strath.
Ulcers, Sdnrvy, or options of the Skin, the operation
of the Life Medicines is truly &Welshing, often renfoldig
in a few days, every vestige of thews loathsome Mimeses
by their purifying etreete on the blood. Ballow Refers,
Fever and ugue, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles, and in We St,
rale ail diseasessoon,yhilittirtheir curative prapbrtiee
No Nagy shoat be' viittiodt them; as by their imely
ase mush effacing and.expenee may be saved.
.PreparetbriVAL k 1101111; D.,New York, and
ill oak broil DruggitlV • • . sovilwAt
. 4 • r 4
[CARD OF THANKS.]
PIIBUY THE BLOOD•
usin_ To THE fuiiiiks
DR. DIIPONOWS Q 4) PIUS
nfallible n correcting, regulating, and reino-Ons a
obstructions, from whatever cane, and
ways successful as a preven
THESE PILLS HAVE BEEN USED B 1
the declare, tor many years, both In Trance an,
Amerika ; with cuitiaralieled (manna to every ease; am
heat urged by many Wonsan.: ladles who u se d them,
make the Pins pbrilie for the alleviation of tho-e sollerim
from any Irregularities whatever, as well a. to prevent
an increase of family where health will ma permit it.—
gemasst parileniarly Hittiated; , . ut theee isoOnesthe then.
selves so, are eautloned against ttieeta fill% while in thin
condition, iii they are surf 10'4/redline Unlicarriege, am
the proprietor assumes no responsibility' Ole) this *dint
anion, although their mildness Would prevent du, mn
objet to nesuti—otheeelSV the Vine are reaennineedo:
Full and eitlith'il intentions accompany each him . Yris.
$1 00 pet boat : OM wholesale suct,retail by
() BAUMBAN.NVAIrr Dru li u L
Ro, mune t org,
"Ladles," by sandbag .hito-.11.00 to the Harrbibnri,
Post Moe, eau have the OWe - seta free of obseryatiou
any part the country . (eonikketigally) and "free of poi .
by *./d .7AP y Reading.,
Amuses; Llutlsitiis - 13Osibin,LrhflidetWij.. " L. Lai=
smirk, lebanoiii Omura. H. demo% iniesaater; J.
Wets, Wrigbtaville ;. nisei; York . : by ow
druggist Lif evegy.leity_and MAW Vkiloo. owl 0 '
S. H. Howe, • ote .preprietare Nene York,.
out for couoterletb, ticy no unlace lip
o f any Sind unbar every ofi signal Howe. A
others are a ease nopositiou sod tolosle , therefore, a
you 'youriliret smiting in be
ug bumboggedaint et yohr Ulorleyo -Ouy - ,tuiy
nini MOM , tkla:leignatureroff:S . .., D: Howe on i•very ton,
steeb boa recentl) nidad areolintanathe PO.
DR. CHRES.O4#,N.!S PILLS
Preparedbygonielilis L. Cheesqman, M. D.,
NEW YORK CITY.
THE eointi iegredients in these
13118 arc the reomolol a long and eiteuSive practice.
Tb y are mi'dostheiroperaltoe,abd
all irregul dtiPabefutj teb opromisms, retboving all ob
strumions, wbetberirotis colt or otherwise, beamche,
man in the al .0. imlblturlatiel Abe heart, whites, all ner
vous air ctions, hysterics, fault. e, pin to the back and
Mobs, , Obacirlsdaleelf, ich Mho* from inkrrup
lion of nature.
TO 41ARRIED LA NV,
Dr CheesematAt Pipe areDivilusole, as they will bring
013.. he moathiy period with regularity. imlit who have
beer. Map. o 'Mot iu the ute of. other Pilla can place the
utmost notialeurriu.Dr. Oboestmun's PAW doing ail that
thry represent _ "- • '
There is one ceulition of the female sprees in which the
Pills Cannot be taken widibut preduem a .. PS2 V t, ~
RESULT. The conditkei - ,eferred to it PRE° ar ANG .1"
the Tenet MISCA RIA GE. Such the irruirliVe ten.
deny of the Inaluirst to rss'ore ihepreuab fueetiont to a
nargarst condi ion;gliif nin the reproductive' pow* 0 f na
ture cannot resist it.
Warranted pur.ly vegetable, and free from anything '‘
tajoiimia. Mrplicit directions, which should be rand Y•s
c..rt any each box. mice $1 &lat by mail oe enclos
ing $1 to DR ~ ORRIINTS L Caltealilt,MU Box 4,531, Poet:
Opine, N.w York City.
:old by one Druggla in every tow. lu the United States..
. K. B. HIIiGHINGB,
General Agent for the United States.
• 14 Broad Way, New fork,
To whom all wielesale orders should be addressed.
old io Harrisburg uy C. A. Eissystrr.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED
JUST PUBLISHED ON THE NATURE,
Cali +Tiissi , AND rtOOLGoi. °UN OF 3P Ntt SIA VON.
AREA, Or 4einiu.,lWeritoei4, dosoal tenuity, Nervous
'n6aljtivOlutdory- niodoni find linpotenoy, ronultlng
troto t.ibootlate By Rotor J. Culverweil,
Santtot ie _ 6ehf;:to ti elfT*l . l . ples tO.anytddress, post,
retnipt of dlarads. by 6r Cil J C.'
KuNtg. L 27 tinw
.xry *kV V6.le, Sox, No
4.04, m2O-iinvisw '
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING.
11HE ;met amount of property destroyed
annually by Lightning ought to be a warning to'
property holders to secure their buildings. All order],
far Lightning Roth len at the auction store of. W. BARR,:
will be attended to. Rods put up in thetlatost tenproveir
le and warranted
DOTTER, (good, sweet and fresh) in one.
Jur, poond,rslils, arid D . . 410305 In larizo and
quaatl.t+a.tsken.at all Elmer and. cash pa o r groceries!
h'i $lll l lO, 13 u. Regular market, wee always.pald.
Wei. DOCK, JR., & CO. '
Opposite the Court House
CIDER-1.1 I VINE,qAR I I
&or A.DE frdni ohciee and selected Apples,
LIM and guaranteed by us to bestrlotly, pure ;
(1124 Arm. DOOR & co.
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY I
'1 1 1:1E beat defining and prownueing Die
denary 01 the English language ; AIM), Worcester's
School Dictionaries. Webster's Plistorha Quarto and
School Dictionaries for sale et
aplB-I.ltear the Harrisburg Bridge.
ONATO BUTTLE3, APPLE 3IITT
pasourirs JARS, VIM TONS, CltEdli
AND .11UTTalt. POTS, JINEI_ and all }thm of SZ , NE T
WARE for jibeat tllO, ElarAisbprg , P,ot Wry, near the l:l64 ,
Factory. lbw wartos 6 fieh:friom pdhsonons glee ng, noT
does it absorb and become foul
_Me earthenware, a
liberal discount made to storekeeipaie. :ell orders prompt
ly attended to " • ' J. W:
HARRISBURG TO JONESTOWN
Ai•N D RETURN.
rilll . .E i tutkeriber would announce that he
kirmisnlok icregulki Ile! df vtakiti Insta Me city to
Jonestown. Lebanon cows y, every o her (hay ;it leaves
itavri.burg every Monday, Wednesday and Fri Jay
mornings end returns the, nest day from Jonestown
risoetigUts Eind'ilmaltptittiels 4 of poodrjTh be earned at
reatiouabie rates For Infther Inforeaudon enquire 4
Rut k'e Hotel, Market street.
.19 1 -311tiv
. WILLIAM Yr:AGER.
80.0PENING 888PENING 186'1;
SUMNER -DRESS GOODS
or min 'Uassursraos.
The quality of the goods for theprlee will be iurinduos
mousse every onto purchase. •
The most desirable goods of the memos at a great sac=
CW4IYSSPA L IVA
- BROMIC POPLINS,
`LAWNS arid I.4.VEILAE.
are amoeg the
oanfueor a gowns. •
Next door to, the Aernikberli Sauk.
PlUr•Fi l l i ON • SKIRTS.
The largeit>died&',Of the very beat make to be found
at • ' CATOCAAT
••eM. door to the Hirilaburg lank.
Parasols, Sun Umbrellas and Umbrellas
Twenty-Bre per cent 'lower Rad WI be Pereklieeld
laewhere the, city. • ' ' 4 • 4, • •
• CATHCART & BHOTHEh,
Nelt, Hark* Square,
w es Here p lieltirii;.bore Sank
FRESH ARRIVAL •
Warr, gem= Omen,
ltdditoir FA: BOA"
Ault received end for We all ? ale
e umiak . , task t a m
. DCOO4 Jit.
W:011 One to Five Anndred Dollars
01 . : oar Bolos: Aloquire of -=
41 1 1Z13:131. c e r faiva.
UMBRELLA MANUFACTORY 1
No. 69, Market Street, below Third,
M. H. LEE,
MANUFACTURER OF UMBRELLAS,
pARAAs s ant SLICING 0.01118, will furnish
goods at LOWSK Pttlit.lDl than can be bought In any of
the E . ast rn cities. Country merchants will do well to
call and examine prices and quality, and convince them
selves of thin fact. aug23-dly.
,!; L EAE,
-Bads, IPilkonrs, Dhuikein, Coats, Caps,
Logue, Drinking Cups, &c.,
North Side Market Square, near Buehler's Hotel,
PAROU H lAL SCHOOL
►IIEI E 1 :Sixth tiemi-anttal Term ..f this ineti
tntlon commenced dug day. PittliS, (male and fe.
male) of the ego of nine years and upwards sill be re
inevad. All the canal brsnoluse of a good Begnalteon
e.oun ss,weltas Latin and Week languages are tregat.
Terms : $lO, 312, 314 and $l6, per session or live
months, according to Atte °randm taught, No extra
clicerg.m_ot.may kind- 'Apply .
C. V. MAYS, A. M., Pcinclnal,
Or to Elide. Kelker, D. W. Gross, G. P. WiestUng; A.
J. Hitt and Geo. Z. Eunice', School committee.
UTANT6I.) at the Harriabuig Car 6bop
If V 1112 000 D IIiGULDSRS aad Fiala GO )11BLAOK
310TH3. W. T. REDREW, GuPt
A AIRY' OVERCOATS FOR SALE
To Newly Organized Begin:tenth.
Alot of the very best overcoats made
aeepriling le th” army teralatietta, and r utile «li
t,. equip a full regiment, a. e for mile at D. 81103.14N8E h
brim. i f , Co. , Second atteet. below Jonee House Harris.
burg. sua3o-dl ..
GENERAL ORDER NO. 5
Hsua-QuArms P. [
Harrisburg, August, 29, 1861. r
Officers recruiting for regiments accepted by
the State of Pennsylvania, can, if they desire it,
receive commutation for rations, fur their re
cruits. That is to say, the Colonel of a regi
ment or the Captain of a company, as the cue
may be, will receive thirty cents a day for each
man he shall bring to Camp Curtin who shall
be mustered into the service of the United
States, from the timeof the recruits being sworn
in before a Magistrate until his arrival at
camp. Provided, That the whole time charged
for any one man, shall not exceed ten days.
When transportation is (Wired for compan
ies or parts of companies application will be
made to these Head-Quarters.
By older of Governor A. G. CURTIN, Com
mander-in-Chief. CRAIG BIDDLE,
STEADY and sober young men to join
the Harrisburg Cavalry company, accepteo by the .
Government, and already in camp. Enquire at the,
rendezvotn, &change, Walnutstreet.
aug26-dtr CHAS, 0. DAVIS, Captain.
hOHEFFER'S BOOK STOKE 1
(Rear the Harrisburg Bridge.)
$1 i.")§ JUST RECEIVED from the
j.,LQ • • „ills a total tine COMMERCIAL NOTE,
Arlan, wins we will sell et $1.26 per* ream.
"A no per ream Tar NOTE Pa:Nit, decorated with
the - latest and very handsome emblems and patriot.
mottos. , .
S3.HO (or 1006 WHITs: ENTFLOPISH, with ustldnal and
patriotic emblems, printed lu two colors.
Otiose sire lid a call. TEM. F. SCHLFFER,
• -• • oirilluklo I
Z. B LESTair i
CARVER AND. GILDER,
Looking Glass and Pioture Frames,
Gill and Rosewood Mouldings &c.
French Mirrors, Squire and Oval Portrait
Frames of every description.
OLD FRAMES RE.GILT TO NEW.
FOR SALE.—One of the best bueineee
stands In the city on reasonable terms, or leased
for three or five years situated m Market sweet between
Fourth and Filth. Enquire on the premises of
.1) 0 1 1211 n, DANIEL LRBDY.
JOHN B. warm' s:
: 1300T - & SHOE. STORE
°OWES SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
A LW AYH on band a large assortment 01
BOOTS, SHOES, GLITEdB, dm., of tne very ban
snalltiee for ladies, gentlemen, and children'
Prices to salt the limes. All kind's of WORK MADE TO
ORDER inibn best style by superior workmen
REPAIRING done at short notice. '
mullkdtf • ; JOHN B. SMITH, Harrisburg.
VAN INGEN & SNYDER,
Designera and Enaravera on Wood'
N. E. COB.
ILIXECUTE all kinds , of Wood Engraving
A:A with tienuty,"oorrecicaal .aa chspatots. Original
detigns furnwhed for Fine Book Mtnitra Pertpta
graining Guh). sending a Photog ra ph or Daganrreol pe.
Can have views of Colleges, ChurChes, IS,
Machina', Stoves; Patents, •80., engraved as , well an per
Fancy Envelopes, Labatt, Bill Evadinga, :tow nil is,
Visiting, Business and other. Gird., engram 4 in the
highest style of art, and at toe lowest prices
For specimens Or. 0.110 eagravi4g, sea me tliumawo
workA UpAndplial CO., E a. BUticr Sc".
rp R E (INDERIESIGN I ND hub of. r_.Nd hie
MIIhiIiOFFHIE, eerier or Third r • - Bleep
herryrikoyF,Mier lier , irflowil. • ' • ' • ,
ti •. Latriber Allindieed qualities • tskGj
W. AKA V.
Cbe assAAralqued will sell Horace, Carriages sod oar
ea low ['or mush, - - • •
ALBo—Horses met Carnegie; to hire at.the sameelhee
marll ' THANK A. tiILIRisA,Y
iff4W LOT- OF
LADLES' SH OPPING & TBA.VBILING BAG
Comprising a number of new styles GENTS' and E.
DIES' Money Parses and Wallets. fine assortme
ust received and ler sale at
111qt.G NWS CHU ,
Select Schools for Boys and Girls
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
THE Fall term of ROBERT fit'ELWEE'S'
School for boys, will open on' the And, Monday in
September. the room Is well ventilated comfortably
furnished, and in every respect adapted for school pur•
OATHARI WELWNWS Saha* for girls , located In
the some building; wilt open for the Fall team et the same
time. The roop=eint elqpintly fitted up to promote
the health and' of notOlorn. aug22MS,
MEM SUBSCRIBiIiiWhas removed hie
PLIDUILWAND %MAW FOUNDRY from Market
etreektoAwl above ALaricMoppoOlio, &Um
&web. ihr pat tiaratikte, he 6404 by strict
* 4 •
FOR COUNTY TREASURER,
[ONE TERII ONLY.]:
RICHARD NOLEN, offers himself as a
candidate for the office of COUNTY Yalta:AT/Mt
at the enaniog eleetioo, and be not oni, prtmne to die.
charm the du Ms of he office with fidelity , but if elected
pledges himseN to pay One Hundred Dollars toward mitt
porting the Amities of the soldiers of Dauphhn cOontY
which are now or may be iu service In the defence of our
COUNTY CO.v I hIIBSIONER.
PH E undersigned uffers himself as a
& anndidate tor the °face f tat , IIN • N CUMI4IB-lO.N
-euilect to the nominate), Conventiou, tart pledgee
hi met If if bonzlneted and elected to dis barge 'be duties
of the Moe with II re , ity. PHILIP HOF, !lAN.
DANIEL KENDIG, of Middletown, of
tors Id steel/ as a candidate the ftie SPATE 4EGI3
4ATUR) at tbe en•uing election, sub Et
. 41 the toedollTl
toe People's tlunoty Cosvenden And pledgint Maine!!
to discharge the dunes of the °Moo bon ttly nun fel&
11R. THOMAS G. Foi, of Derry town
offers blame!' Ns a tivtl i tleue 1r the SUM
A i UNE at the en,iag e'vo t-eitj et to to ae
lion f 4 he 0.4.1p1e0s County
.C.ctuveaLoa. rte protease. , if
elected to dtact , fge the tattles of theethee wi,h tidehty
C YOU Stir, offers himaelt as a candi
• Jatoo for tirs Milos of Peolhon•ti.try or ra.,plitn
Cutlßlr Attie etn•ttiug eke' lon. Kr. Ong gus tt electc4 to
perform the dunes of the °thee with fl.teitty.
A BRA HAM H. BUYER, of Hon: %mi
ll, V r, arrar4 Ilmi•elf as it eatiai at G r K, 01 , 1 E tltt
toe a :tong election, se hject to Ito of toe l'e ,, ple's
County Conv ,, atton. He ppeate, a if elected to di chage
the duies of the tace with tl l lily.
- FT B. tiCHHEINER, of Graz offers
xi.* himself ad a candidate for the St' Tk 1. tt,il.- A
it; n. at tad ensuiug eleettio, it•itteet to 'be attiou of
We People's Comity Cony: Lawn tie pr ml es, N etre
ed to di Ow ge the wetted of We uttice with downy.
A. S. SYST.:.I4 offers himself an a
cand , d. Pl . ilpt rill.* of O!'H NI T %.ItY
at LOC 0410 ng CLO mud pled. et 1i ri put L1..02 for
.ttermou hasim-s. LLIWOUICO lx-till per.
form ,nue tie duties, if el,eted
mai reburg, Austin, 2 , 186. ,it
FOE. COUNTY TREASUoi.6.It.
ENJANIIN Bi CK, of Harnsburg,
3.1 a g agggtid tte for WU TY T 4 E.V3Utf
agt at the e beteg . PleGll4lll, SUDWCL 10 tea ALAJOIJ of the
People'a tAguatt C guvegi 1 - ,u Hu pro.ggiAca. if elected le
dlacheree the dutika of the .41ce wit° fidefig".
Q A MITEL NuAlcr, of Harrisburg,
g•ff r 6 himself as • e4editt to f •t• at the
en.nin . ; el elle, t•eb.ect to the ..cu4n of the optt.'s
Corti ty Convention. Ile proefises it elects , / to eleoberie
the dudes or the dace %Ph ti bu y.
TO INE VUTEtto ON' Li A UPil I N U.P7T Y.
FELLOW CI ITZENB : I offer myselt ae
a latndiduLe for County Trea'urer at the ensuing
mouton, subject to ,be action of be reopie Cuoty's Con
vention. Humid Ibe a..) :monists to be elected 1 pledge
myself to discharge the duties of said offt e wtthniteift.
In lit NAM
Dauphin, Aug. 12 1661.10
A. D. C
TO THE INDEPENDENT AN D UNION
VOTERSOF DAUPHIN COUNTY.
FELLA W CITIZENS—I offer myself as
a Union Independent candidate for the omen of He•
atster or Willa of rauplitti comity. Should I bane 10r
'mimic as to be sleet, d, i promise to discharge the ditties
of tae office with fidelity. 111Muisi B. RUMMEL.
Uummelstowo, July 81, 1861-oliawte
COL.JM FR EEL A ND, of Halifax town
ship, otrars latimw•it us a csodidate for stisESBLIf
at tee outsides' election, :effect to the act en of the Peo
ple's County Convt.ction. Efe promises, It elected to dis
charge the duties ol the oflhe with fidelity.
DAILY ais LINE!
Loot HAVXIII, JIMMY SHOJIS, WIWAIISPORT, LIMY,
UNTOPTOWN WATEIONTOWX, Mwrwt , IIW/LIBUIOO,
Nommailllll.LAßD. Tilayokaule s
GuntorrowN, trzinows, muLkas.
HOEG, Pt Aurex, DAUPHIN,
The Philadelphia Dept& boiti ••entrally located the
Drayage will be at the lawest rates. e C inductor goes
through With each trelu to attend to the ecru delivery of
all goods entrusted to the line. Mods delivered at the
FREED, weau& FREED, Nu. Sill liar- et Shutt, Phile
delphia, by 5 o'clock P. lA, will be • iillvered In
Harrisburg the next morels •
Freight (always) as low as.by any other •ne,
Particular attention paid bY ttds line to p-ompt and
speedy delivery of all Harrisbur cads.
The undersigned thankful for past prurc. . e hopes by
swim attention to busiestis to merit a con • • a nee of the
PhDndelphi•i and lie idle • •:
Prot of Nitar keg 4of u• I , narg.
del 7 .16m
DR. T. J. 11.1.L.E5,
' his services to the citizens o
Harrisburg and us vicinity. Hu solicits d &Iwo o
the [inhale patronage, and gives assurance that his beet
endeavors shall be grveu to render satisfaction 1.0 his pro
religion. Being an old. well tried dentist, be feels itale m
civilian the public generally to car ea biro, 'assuring
hem that they will not be disc awned with his eeriness,
Hance No. 128 Market street, 10 the noose formerly se
quined by hied) R. Itby. near the United Slates Hotel,
Harrisburg. Pa mir 0. •11
aNTWKEN NSW- 110K11.
•• , ; 7 • AND LIVERPOOL.
1:4"4 AND EMBARKING; PAS
~ A (111r- QL,NANSTOWN, (Irehwa.) Th. Liver
pool.- New + orb, and Philadelphia Steamship company
intend u.apatcrdoe their lull powered C.yde-biiiit iron
Sleianiatlipa an follows :
inesGoiv, Saturday S,mplember 7; CITY OF BAL
TIMORE, Saturday So, t ;mbar 14 ; a SGabtap, Fodor
nay, September SI, and every Saturday at Noon, Prom
Pier 44, Norm Bayer.
MST CABIN VIS O. 8 CEEKAGE 00
do to London $BO 00' do to London ..533 00
Steerage Return Ticke a, gool for six It pop
Pasaeogers .Iso torwardsa to Her e, Brame; 'Scutt.-
dam. Antwerp, &c., a. eiptaily low rates.
Aar rersuns wasting to Line, .Lit war Irmo& can boy
tickets here at IN, toikpanug rites, to New York: From
...lverOom or Queeostowa; let °abut ITS, VA sad $lO5 .
-.1...-erage *urn Liverpool $4O Qauerpnow
5 , 30 00.
Tboue &banters nave supecior accommodationit tor
paistiongera, and utirryaXpertlinead 3argeooA. ?bey are
built in Water-tight Iron dt.r..dona, and bare Lawn Fire
Anlilhiltatora on board.
For further lulormation apply AL the Comlaity's
A CHANCE NUR. A BAttGAIN.,'
0 close up toe conceru the
T._ mock of dfluES, souru, et_ 011ier_he l
anai, deceased, le th, , rooms In toe Marhet tease,
bb Bold at private awe at CO;A and the kreotatwiii ba
rented to the purchaser if desired. The Wads `will be
made easY • jel'l•dtr Ti. I, IOA Vll
A LARGE TWO-STORY BRIO HOUSE
A N L
and lot, of groand, pleasantly lociatsd on Front Es.,
between Mulberry street and Washington Avenue. „
Also TWO LARGE PLANOId in good onndition and of iax
Gallant tone. Apply to
ja4 0. 0, MMIOIRMAN,
No. 28, South Second meet.
CRAB CIDER 1 11—Strictly pima, spark
V-tAiaa and Bwala—bas if:calved A Sim .1f or Dl
e'er/Pg. AgrjAltUral iq . A6*4. For
'1 1 . ; ‘ g ' A..WPWOIII49'
FO It REG 'STE tt
I : "I7IIPZIEUELPS9I
JEO. D. DALE, Agent,
15 Broadway, New York,
Or O. O. ZlMlllerMall. Agent. Ran*.,
City Property for Sale.