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0.1 tier !, I.
or day . Horning, Marchls, 1562.
us NI goLIB AND SOW.= "firm are
!fling in different pititti
'ren wre constantly foallaiitctliiin to the;
.11:001TIRF OF BICROHAIFFI will- please take
and be punctual In attendaricathkiiiat:
s evening at seven o'clock, at the store of
k ,,,i r ea , Patterson, In Front street. .
friIIPFING MORTALITY. —Daring thellust4W
far c hildren have died out . of Abe
fur. David Wagner, of Bait ktabover
St each funeral tar of . the
a( 6i,lv by ride in the same grave.
T} beautiful weather of the ILA
oined the mow in the 4orth
th, State to melt very rapialY,
,c,uelniitta has been rising Considerably,
the thaw continue, it will doubtless
oiJ trrable height.
,F A HARRIEIBUBMIR. —lnformetifon
.CFICA b'ue of the death of Mr. &ie. E.
pywaster in the United Stake
41,ic1. occurred on board the steam vea
,14, n ear Ship Island, In the Golf of Mos-,
( Le ktter 'art of February, while 4rpi
oid Ina a revolver. The deceast4 wee
.f Dr J. W. Hammond, for many years
kik in the PERITIVIVaIIia State Treastiry
mo t He was also aeon-in-law of Wm.
Eel , of this city, with whom his
ddrD are residing. He fell white doing
t, his country, surrounded by many
friends. The remains, encased in a leaden'
al, how on their way to this city.
Ifori,DED AND DISABLED SOLDIER/. —Grand
t,,, (he Old Folks Jb•night.—Cur citizens
111,4, forger the grand concert of the Old
at Raw fiad,this evening, the proceeds
ILL are to be applied tothe fund tor the re
f the wounded and disabled Penna. Ell-
The concert is given under the aasploss
• Latllt ury, Governor Curtin, the heads
,aliment, members of the Legislattpte,,
a haliti Of our principal cittisens, and 111
10i to be one of the moat agreeable and
entertainmente ever given in' our
ogtimtne, with but few exceptions, will
embracing very many beautiful ballade'
ietriutie songs appropriate for the orsausion,
y Euze, J. Nichols, Mrs. Georgie Ship
awl Mr. J. T. Guilick, the great . basso,
, vt.: h. with the powerful choruses of the Old
will form altogether a rare musical treat.
L•rt there be a full house to-night.
Am•IIIER SSCIL6II" . 1110P112.—A gentleman
etLiVtl,l to us this morning a specimen of the '
coltaktiity by whin the distinguished indi
nduals who ate endeavoring to "work" the
dthrty cooft-demey deeignate by the eupboni
, 4 uul.Airricg, worldmoving title, 'money.'
oneern was captured, confiscated and.con
]., ed at Fort Donelson. On the left of the
a Jon and pillars, indicating that some
al is t be hereafter supported by the
• utir,oB of the new-fangled confede
, The trotette is a locomotive and a train
.liudying that the confederate govern
fn wheels, and therefore transferable
other country. On the right are the
"10." by which it is discovered that
• 4, was sold for the small amount of ten
-'• The body of the bill reads:
BASK OF TENNESSEE,
Pill PAY OM OUTS TO BLUM.
Ade, Dec. let, 1861.
iiglied I •M. BTOOKELB,
for the Proickal
L.llla Were executed at NOW Orleans, and
- and 15 ulah resemble the labels some
tu,d en paregoric bottles. The Instittt
,me respects is unworty the name even
NOt of ail evil."
.2140DtEliON BODY (ivArte.—We have fre
"F alluded to this fine military 001P3,
' dof Peune}lvaniaris, in which lEtarTii
- represented by two of her patittO*
....iliZ,AB—ltestrt.Val. Hummel and Wm.
Watnrig• Our readers will recollect that
was formed as a body guard or the
Fort Sumter, Gen. Audi-mums but-- 14
,' , ace of the ill health of that brave °fa:
'-1 1U inability to take 'the field, it
to General Buell, and is now
the " Anderson Troop."
-'il"wing documents will show the esti
: t which the company is held by 8•J•
And other high military officers
~ r enament :
HEAD QUAItURB Or THE ARMY,
1) Washington Feb. 19, 1882.
z .., • 7 1 .. C. BUILL, COneg Dept of the Mo.` 4 ,h l :—l am directed by Major - General 4 4, to forward to you the enclosed ex
'..aa the inspection reporta of Mail:Vl l
-, , Asistant Inspector General 'United
-Jteral wishes the Colonels of the regi
,... Iri tie Generals to whose compands t he
'2 : .`" 16 bdung furnished with extracts
_ . _Of
niou s ,f the report referring to thclit
'lilt, General, very respectfully,,
Your obedient serva
B ,SIIITZER, Lieut-Col. and L. D. nt,
~, it Palluer'a independent company of
•:..`,"'vati4 Yoluutear Cavalry, “Andorson
~,,.,itiqpected December 20th, 1862, near
",? c ompany is 100 strong, composed of
', n an I have ever seen in the service,
..:,taa.ive and intelligent, good ideas,.neat
~ 'eS-9 and appearance, and under nn
w:',.''t,4e Thei , have lust received their horses,
k, l , 4 ° r 'e g,nd ones, and are receiving excel
%lA : rt, The Damn and officers stay in camp,
: rl en sent on duty to the city.. 'lntl,
1 '' 4 t 4, , 48 1,: 4 .ut1Y and study their tactics, &nu
4,1,, , , e. ni d es I earnest to make themselves
.1 ilit'te-nota, lis arms are sabres and colea
'lli u r° re"lvert. Carbines are expected
~ t::dailY, (since received.) Thiele b far
meat. 1 Nupsny I have yet semi m yth
[True Corly.} ' . . i
•ur,t, QUEIT, A: A. Gen.
444. "Axtderem Vop." •
Zlsto Hmaatawickil . P . o44,:miAany ; :110aCipinia
Ocntpurr--Nara intlignatim Maim 1 .The City
Mer4hants and Busistaswir *Amnia /,7-Puntu
ant to a published call, the i rwerchantiand lin t
bush:fedi inert. ofl#itrlebW ittlierebied at
list; in, tip 3 7, Tbentra i loin" of nun 's
purpose - or proclaiming their ID
' *nation of, and proteating against the pas
gage of the bill now in the Rouse of Represen
tatives, entitled an act to incorporate the Her
iiisburg Exchange and Mercantile timpani.
lii antidpation itl* meeting, by a pre
yions understanding, all the principal stores
Nand places of business throughout , the city
Weni 4closed at `f o'Clock in the evening, in
order to afford an - opportunity for all hands
cenzircted with said establishments"to partici
pate, in the demonstration. In consequence of
tide 'arrangement, by oven-and aohalf (Mock,
the hour at which the meeting was - cilled, the
liOge room was literally• filled with those in
•terwited in tbe, movement, and. we doubt if
there was a solitary store or business establish
mOni in the city that was not represented on
ttie 'occasion. It was emphatically a mass
mewing of Wiliness men—the solid, substan
tial men of the community, to whose,labor,
ante prise and capital; more than anything
abut, we owe our prosperity; good credit and
high; position in the family of growingstities
—mit together in council to give an unqual
ified! expression of their indignation of one
of the most inhinitlous schemes that was ever
attertipted to be foisted upon an Intelligent
Intel! our - reportoritd . experience, we have
mot witnessedan 'isseirtilage of met
together as a delitieritivti body, that`evinded a
,gretiir determination of spir#,,,or a more un-
Munti , of sentiment, than was apparent at the
meeting last nigh., Evers' partigitant seemed
to b e impressed with the importance of. the
occasion; and all vied with each other in gliring
foroe'and character to thi-tneeth3g:
Tbi) meal*• wdi l'osbid to toiaei;•.by A. J.
flora Mg., upon whose motion, the following
named gentlemen were chosen as officers.
Da. ANDREW PATTERSON.
rle. Freitag.: -
Jaginti Houser, Johzo Xißinger.
Jas.o. Espy. Hang A. Ross,
Danhil Epley, " ' Win. Debi, Tr.,
J. MaAin Lutz, • - Henry Gi lbert,
George W. McCalla.
'ltem! F Sche ff er , Isaiah Van H
Atistih,W. Nichols, 0. D. Forster.
The officers baring taken their seats,
Thy Preeldent,preccesfed to. stats, the. object
of the meeting, when , at his request, Col. Geo.
H,MiSgan read the bill, to remonstrate against
the pilotage of which, by the Home of Repro
sentativee,.thetneeting had been called.
After he had copultajed,, „ .;
Mr: J. Adam Boger; dry gcfsls b l tta l lrOnoxet4
thit,4 committee of Ave be afipobited
being agreed. :to, the: PresiMat
pointed the following
00I0CM131 ON IULIKOMITIONO:
J. Adam Bop!, dry goods . dealer.
Beery A. Kelker, 'hardware merchant.
V.l. jr., ticioery qteeilialsre
merchant. - '
Chemberit : p t . Maio; grocery; and queens ,
The committee retired to an anti-room, and
during ite deliberationi the range audience
was highly enbirtained with a
SHIM Br 00L.
Mr. 'Herr said the citizens of Harrisburg ought
to be prepared for any kind of legislation, be
cause they heard too much to expect politicians
to be influenced always- by correct motives. He
excoriated an honorable Senator whese duty it
was to prevent such legbilation, and regretted
there was not power enough in him to have
orushdd it at once. He spoke of the ooniterna.
tion let seized upon the . pub li e mind`when
this b l was published, and compared it -to - the
alarm ! that would- be produoed by the . bursting
of rebel bombs in our midst at midnight.. He
drew a vivid &tura of the battle between the
Menhir= and-the Monitfiri . findtdeciliedlihis
bill to' be as destructive to the business interests
M the Merrimac might have been, but that this
meeting was the Monitor driving it hick to die
grace. (Tremendous applaese.) The title of
the bill was high sounding, WV false. ^. It was.
lte a harlot's cheek, beautified With-paint. •It
was dfisigned to miblead. '• He then - tiehrted . Out
the powers granted under it, and ihoWed that
it legalised a pawnbrokir i s eithblisliteent: Mr.
Herr showed that pawnbroker viers - injurious
to any community. They were the reoeptaoles
of stoten good', and patronized by the bad.
The Onius of no people 'could encourage them.
He then exbibited,in a powerful and conclusive
argulut,, howthqauction stores that would be
open under this bill would ruin two-thirds
of the witness men. The merchant, mechanic
and it'rkingnian would suffer, whilst the fa
vored iBW would be pampered. Revenue would
be withdruwn from the county, and there would
nectesseirily be lees resources for taxes. We can
not do justice to the .speach of Mr. Herr. It
was , so t und in argument, eloquent in express-
lon, and took the meeting by storm. The re
pasted lapplause showed that he wm-Strtking
the popular heart.' Mr. lieradeserves, and will
receive: the thanks of the business men of this
idtlforthwintenst.be haashownintheir cause.
itzmut.ol ano. I. rainus, 103 Q
Atitbe conclusion of Col. Herr's speech, Geo.
8. ikiimible, Esq., who is named in the bill as
one of ;the oorporators 'of the comrany, arose
and in it few remarks explained to the audience
his totinection with the proposed comparty.
He staid that be bad been solicited for, and had
grant the nee 'of -his Mime in the bill- with-
out haiing any definite knowledge of its char
acter, dintil within a aborttimasince; his atten
tion was called to the matter by a personal
friend, }when he was led to a careful examina
tion of !its features, which resulted in his con-
rilon ' , that they were highly prejudicial to
the iloierests of the city. and accordingly
requesttd that his name should be erased front
:14. He saw many around him with
1 444 lOe was on ter of the moat kttimate
r ft !?r , years ; and he wooltibe the" lest
ire. denim 'their assembling together fer
enniigloartiii 4L4 attegtaph, eattiettitV AtrrOig; Add) 15, ' 1802
such a I urpose. All he was worth 'he owed to
the business and prospialty of the city, and so
far from aiding to arrest their progress, he has
alwiys, on the contrary, endeavored to promote
th - Sik advancement. He was decidedly opposed
to the bill.
Ketuble's remarks were greeted by the
audience with loud and prolonged applause; and
On motion. of Mr. Herr, the meeting tmtit
monisly exhonorated Mr. Kethblec: froth.' all
odidm that maylatie *eq attached to hire by
the Sppeartinne of hie m a ne as one of the cur •
poiators of the proposed company.
pfx Am30141/.9m -
on Besolutions, made his appearance in the
meeting, and reportedit6 follewing, which
experience that the true twig of all business
trariactionals honest' and. tilt, every
in itb character and injurious in' its results, car
ries With it, the badgetof fraud ;
Arkfliehtriart; :We; have 'heard lith'pain and
surprise of an efforknow making to induce the
Legialatnre to pery_ertl i the; l poikar ,visted in it
for the good of 'the whole people, Whereby a
few will be benefitted to the decided (letdown;
of this community •
Atid whereas, We deeply deplore even the pos
sibility of such an attempt being successful, no
mater by what means or influences it may be
brought about ; and believing it to be right
and iproper to express our views in respect to
siclenonduct ; therefore,
Resolved, That the act entitled "An Act to
incorporate the Harrisburg Exchange andlier
motile company," is a speculative monstros7
ity, destitute of aistngle trait tormunmend it
to the confidence of this meeting; _that it is
calculated to work"BeriOrlit and-permanent inju-,
ry td, the intereshi of.Aclassea.
Reeked, 'that the Fentinoint of this comma- •
oily 'lB strongly bretile to.the passage of , this:
bill ;, that the merchant, mechanic and work-'
ingman earnestly protest against it, and respect
fully urge the Legislature to strangle it in its
inception. • • -
Reteivody , That srehereby
sentatives from this ixeinty to lesvei'ho fair
effort; undone;tolleifeat bill--thit the
ing 01 their constituents calls loudly and
perativelritioin" them t 6 give time, energy and
labot 4 to accomplish this object.
Retiolved, Thatthe President of thbi
appornt a•comiiittee ofsliteen to call 'upon the'
membertrof the leghdatere, and represent the
true *hikes of this comdmnity in respect to this
Mrs" J. A. Boger moved that the,Preiddent of
the meeting 'and A. J. Herr, Rag,., 1* inaluded`
among the gentlemen of - the 'comtnittee•ealled•
for in the, resolution.
The motion was agmed'to. ' - •
'Mr: Beinuel R. &de; offered' thefolloiv r'. i ll g
,• • .
reeolutidn, 4)114 wan 'aininbnotudy agreed to:
Raelead, That the tbardn; Of.,,thie• i rneetting
are dne to: / . .'3.lteri,Miq. for hia very able
and elbqkiez# Zbe unaPi
mons nentinifint of Ilife;tifeetbig,niOnit in
oorpoietion of this diobolioel mtlekoldti:
• • ,
The President sum" oritieed that in accordance
with the resOlvitiOirhe. kietiipointed the fol
lowing COMiiliitee 'to wilt 'Upon the members
of the Legislature to represent the true wishes
of the! people of this oommunity in respect to
Dr.;Andrew Patterson , Pr oduce Dealer • D.
W. Give, Druggist ; Daniel Bpply, Dry G oods
Merchant ; John A. Boger,Dry Goods Mer
chant!. Henry Gilbert, Ha rdware Merchant ;
anthfar a E l ing, ga!lkw,sze *unbent ;,,lark 8,
Espy, ler inixiltiiit Cloths'; San *Bdwairds,
!pot end Shoe Dealer:4 Weak Sayford, Clo thing,
iderchlant ; John Sepplei, Telblictiorilat ; '..T014.
L.-6 , Hirgex ; Tlio. F. BheffeT, Book Dealer,
arid nterT G eo rge Bei4tioi., - Ekioli. 'Dearer sad
Print ';' Wm; Doek, ,li4Grob l i ,t '., .9, :1), ; 11'op,
ear, Owe Dealir ; G. V. 1604* Jeweller ;
L. J. Herr, Houle U. Einstein, Joseph Hake
On ination of *l. J. A. ,Boger, Mr. 8. Hz'
Etla WAN added•to the above
Thai' tinii6' l 64o
en gen erneh
comp Ming the above committee, would meet
at his store in Front , street, at seven o'clock
next Saturday evening, and hoped that there
woulit be punctual attendance. •
Oh motion, the meeting adjourned.
Tnii CRAHTIB Ersarnm.—fhis "Thiferrifial"
lioSinfir.—The Democrats of the city-met at their
instal places of meeting in the several wards
on Thincsisy evening, and timid Ociii"Jiii44i•
tions to y be supported by thSMat the charter
electicm !mat Eric 11.4; following are the
nominaristfo cus:fir as we
City l. Tressarer, John T. Wilson
cii, Gorge J. Shoemaker ; School. I/Hectare,
Daniel D. Boas, John T. Wileon :Asfulebr . ,
Josiah!. B. Royal ; Judge of Election; Win:" H.'
Verbeke ; Inspector, Wm. Bach ; Oct
J. Monroe greater; Constable, Henry Becber.
itard Executive Committee •foi 11362=—WM
Ahickis, Theo. Boheffer, 0. Edwards.
Council, W. 0. Hicook; Judge, J. ,W. Brown;
Assessor, Daniel Snyder; Inspector,
BChOoi Directors, Dr. C. &Biz, l;curiiinet,
Sr.; City Treasurer, A. W. Watson;_,Constahle,
Mark Snyder; City ,4Luditor, pardeliCpply,
John J,Osler, J . Bowman. - •
Executive Committee—Dr. Beller, Daniel
Wignik and Richard Hummel.
CityiTressmer, A. W. Wattlon;Tchool Dye?:
OMD. D: PdaN:A4 l 4 l1 i 1 4 16 Fre 6 0 460 * - '
Mitts°, Michael Shafer, 4. . Wearer, Hiram
Helder" Assessor, Jacob.ltarnhart ;loslge of
Election, George B. Egle ; Inspector, A. C.
Dnnkla; Constable, A. 0. WOlintock.
-In tiro of the remaining wards it Is undemtood
that the Executive Committheirliave been in
struckii to support John T. Wilson. for City
Treasniiir, which in the conference will create
a tie Vote between that gentleman and the
presenti inouMbilitt7MX. Witson.7
Naw l 42k.o ns.—l am now selling off my entire
stock of goods at and below-cost„or.,%; per
cent.. cheaper than you k citii-Purcluwe alsaliere,
Pie linen shirts, 76 cts. to sl_;., shirts, 60
cts., aPd 60 ate. with linen bosoms ; night
shirts, 60 ots ; .under, shi rts” and Armen, 40
cts. to '..87 cte., klitr}holl monkey' jackets, 60
cte. to Al ; cotton and woolen
_hose 10 de. to
16 cts; silk tfis-12,11.fferut:18 ets ; collars;
B'ots. to 16 obi. a piece iiadilr dollars, 4 and
5 cts.;! coif, 4 and 6 eta: a 'piece; under
sleeves; 18 cis.; fine cambric at 13 and 18 chi.
per yard, worth 26 cts.; of 'a
new style; add - fast bollars,_l2l au - linen,
bosoms; 1.6 bier:upwards. .11 you want
cheap d - Obit goods jog - go •to ' Jain A.'
Lynn, lit the Harrisburg. Cheap Shirt Mann-
N. IL-3t4i4i-lav'masdaA cal meiore, Boo.;
newt , t 4 Htminial atorei
44 T.O 'LUX, TO, TON KII*I=IF4I.
Two Hultman Pi of besutiful new spring
calicos; a large lot of bleached and unbleached
muslin , off thf ) traCetplikel blue;' cheeky at
14 cent& per yard; liife stockings,' M
cents ; another lot of those good white rib
bed stockings ; ladies' pocket handkerchiefs,
at 14 cents; children's pocket handkerchiefs,
with border, 5 ,--cents,; shirt breasts 12i,
lb i i m ci to. RV ceikt.s. 25 pisose r newTsot
sniff; heal) 3
coltod --a Nfodled titrelts at 3. all Once; ;
40 , dozen **len stockings, for children, 14
cents; yard, hleached mts3lin. 14. cents-;
all wool Ft ench - Mails/be, 4411 &dorsi, 'at -62 : 46 "
75'i Cents. Having bought the balance of the
stink orbolesale • A tietre•, of Vain !and
,figuredli Swl& stkitOleOri:
Natistaiditi Vtettiriti Wet, silitathefor•
dresses, as those goods will be very scarce and
dear!next summer now is the time to buy. Our
'stock of Furs at boat: 13.
Rhoads' Old Stand:
"that is required to patronizes newspaper, and
amply rewarded is its patron I care not how
humble and unpretending the paper he takes,
'it is next impossible 4 to fill a,. sheet without
putting: itistomettibiettist ti-worth Ithe
subscription atilt,,:'Astothastanckilie lOcation
of ijiich driloWmtuil Wait, DijltilAe - stiire,.
south-east corns ht e
nrunt a nd . irkelitreeltr. z ,
HAI/LW E 1 HAIR DYE I
Itatcheloeti lair Dye
The DDlrtfiliftaleild eardl34llable DyirKinoin . t
Ali Others are mere imitation, and should be avoided
ifyou • •
GREY; RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injurite Hair or Skin ,
dad t o
siii - 0182 ad - over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
Of bis 'famous Dye.
Wis.' A. BAYDEIRLORT HAIR DYE produces a color
not tel be distinguisheo from nature snails, yriamitorrito
not to iniure in the least, however long It may be contin
udd, add the Malts:l43C badittr dirretnedigli The hair
is invigorated Yoilife by 'dila splendid bye , antra is prop.
orly,ap I died at No.. Id SeedSAscol:Ne,W. York., • • •
goti., - Anthe Mies end towns of the United States, by
brngidsts end Fancy Goode Dealers _ .
The Genuine has the IMMO "Witham Batchelor
and address upon 4 steel plate tatgraving,,en .the Rohr
aides of each. 4 -; - •-
late WS droadway,- Now York.
' , llll .
On the I.BMild lito
dh, the reablertoo of-Mr. Snell, by
the Reo. Jobikson R. ' Groff, Mr. Jxo. Efto.r. to Mliortiaoito
bath of YorWboooty.
On Thuraday night al 9X o'clo4k, Vill. RANSAII CUM- .
aged 713 years.
The funeral wilt tike,plice on Monday afternoon at
tiro .O'Cloolf, from. the residence of her eon In 'karket
Elquare t The relatives and friends are respectfully' hivit •
o:tonitend.3 • s
“The' mothers of the presentgeueration of men are fest
ug swaYkpastring,as She sunshine !saws our paths
bid tile 'harms growdeeper and b fonder in our Journey
to the 'Pave. All flint, we„ can retain of them is the
blessed memory of their virtues, and thereefor its amulet
den, are the richest Inbbritandoi* they bequeath to
the - world. toetron whose death is today
s;;Ardeil. Shahan disobarod-hernlietted duty . through
144 : Yeiers of usefuhurac chitrity'6l'virtue. She has
Villtdri her destiny lq iffelt Molest pleasure and holiest•
fatio'ri,berietahing to those whl will mourn her loss, 'a
rich Initeritince `lrriiit . 'and piety ; which, while It
shined 6heer and,ardneale.tiaem in their !battler in •this
life, has become her crown of glory In . the lite that is
lATOttk. ROOM iu a good looation on
Bieoad-street. For SiNoulahr•enortrir of
, TBOiLtS MUM;
e taw dBt • • No: 74Martot street
:PHEiliroPrietorzof the Holmes 'County
Blipnblicant.shier to sell that - tistablishiztent. The
office tags:melte Sh. best "country °ekes" In tbor State;
hapei-gioddlttn;ofjoblettrdvertising patronage, and
aftetrtiPtlonehsttitmearenti thoussuld. The present pro.
prietor is lOW engageditu the mercantile 'business and
donl'Attd' tinurto attend. to' both. The establishment
be Sat oheap. Address JOHN MERRY, '
tar1.44,8t.* Millersburg, 0;
QUARTEffittidnilli OITICE •
BalanuoaXlffiirch: 11, 1862.
BIDS will berecekred at Obi Office until
~ BALIVEDAY, March 22, 1862,
TWO MINDItED TWENTYFIVE,TIORSES,
from 15 - „to 16 : hands high, between 6 and 8
years f4ige_,'of dark :colors, well brokeix to , the
saddle; OomPahtlibnilkind Tree from 'all de
nye HUNDRED HORM*3",
froin toi to 18 hands high, between 8 and 8
years 4f age, of datletiolors, free from ail
mots, well broken harness, and to weigh not
leas than 1,100 pounds. • •
•.•,Evety:horse.offered that does note othifiirm to
the specifications rejected.
TheVoretnutent. reseriiev.the . right to reject
all bidii deemed unreasonable...
mc* 4— thd
TRULY-1111 — iiESVIN4 1 "
1":1:18P receivin g from New York, a bean
u tilM assortment or spriacaoods,
Foriar4,4silka, yery New. style dress goods.
•N. B. : £. alewares. Party Std ,Glove , for ladies.
Elf ItY l O B , Ciintlemeles Oktves, of *me importation.
All chimp for only at. ' JONAS , SWAN,
Y. ' N ilitOirk4llB AND AILL CON.:
clothing m ,possission. of soldiers is the
' pparty of the MAW States. ' •
, Thii;rticles of 'par prohibit the sale by any
— l dle ..of
,any Government property iii. their
Eve gale of seek clothing is aliale of stolen
proper ;y r and--any-person-hereafter receiving
I on pawn ? or pnrobs t aln&any irackproperty from
1 soldie :will be probeededlgaimit to 'the' fill
1 extento the law.
111 account of David C. Kellar, aseig
of Henry P. Howard, or Derry township, has
beim fa in the Court of Common Plan of 'Dauphin
orsitY, d will be confirmed on the first day of May,
c" . 7 1051. °TING,
5 1 - 3-ARBJES of Apples;
Ant received and for sari by John *llse, whole
sale and retail Grocerand- Hmifecitiozier, in Third street,
nett doot to Bradley's Barber shop near Walnut.
OEitLD'S NURSE, cook and chamber
nonikid, white wawa preferred. Apply next door
o Mr. Dclogivrty's on *mond street. mar7.det.
A I,` RGE ASSORThflglff of Family
Ad, Bi of aterent styles of binding, at 900, la- 26
$1 60 , 25,..*4 - 45.aad1110. --Alsoßooker Bibles of dif
ferent st and W * oes I3OIIEFIPB B ,- gook stots ,
iPif • other
&AO for ennge' *ad
ine V /16V h
41 3 it a lte & 1101.161tuN,
AGREEABLY to the provisions of _ an act of
the General Asserribly -of this --tVsinition
wealth, approved the twenty-fifth day of Fawn
ary, A. D. 1862, which is as follows:
AEIEIPPLEMENT to an act in relation to public
.printing, approved the ninth day of April,
one thousand tight hundred and fifty-six.
Ssortme 1. Be it enacted by the &nate and Howe
of Representatives of the thnisnan`wealth of Penneyl
minis, in General Assembly met, and it is hereby
enacted by the authority of the same, That the con
tractor or contractors for the public printing
ana binding, shall hereafter be allowed for the
- tiaiititlation of English matter required to be
printed in the German language the sum of forty
ands per thousand ems. Provided, That no
charge shall be allowed for figures or other mat
ter not actually translated.
7 8sc. 2. That in addition to the charges al
e for the furnishing of Blanks, by the elev
enth sectionof.thet eta to which 'this is'a stipple
ment, there shallAtereafter be:allowed for down
red ruling five cents per quire of twenty-forcr
Sao. 8. That it is the intent - and meaning of
of the act to whitif thls is a - supplement, tbat
there shall be no :aline allowed for composi
tiod on any extra documents ordered, ordeal
the domposition has actually been perforMed,of
which an affidavit of the public printer Shall be
required by the Auditor Geheral.
Sao. 4. That on Tuesday the eighteenth day
of March, one thousand eight hundred and six
tyz two, and - on the foUrth Tuesday of. January
every third year thereafter,the Legislature shall
Meet in joint convention in the Hall of the
!Ones of Bei:ram:datives, and 'let the public
Printing and . binding for three years according
to the provisions of this Atd, and the act to
which this is a supplement, except-that but one
,weekls public notice may be given . Of the time of
the allotment for tne year one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-two. Provided, That the
bonds with the sureties of the several bidders
shall be duly executed, sealed up and delivered
with the proposals for the printhig and binding
and in addition to the 'Condition now r*Plired
by la*, shall be conditioned that, in case the
bidder or bidders to whom the printing and
binding shall be awarded, shall neglect or re
fuse to accept the same at his or their bid, the
said bidder or bidders with his or their sureties
aforesaid shall be liable to the Commonwealth
for the difference between the amount of such
Iffitand the amount of the bid of the person to
whom the printing and binding shall be award
ed, after such neglect or refusal. And provided
furtlur, That said bonds shall be accompanied
With the certificate of the President Judge of
the Court of Corrunon Pleas of the district or
districts in which such suretiesm ay reside, or
incase of the absence or other Inability of such
President Judge with the certificate of the asso
ciate Judges of the county In which arch sure
ties may respectively reside, that said bond and
sureties are sufficient to secure the Common
wealth to the amount of the penalty thereof,
which certificate shall be authority to the
spealiera toapprove said bond:- •
Notice is hereby given that the B:Pallier of
the Senate and House of
said Commonwealth will receive proposals until
the 18th day of March, 1862, for doingthe Public
Printing and Binding for, the term of three
years' from the Ist day of July next, at a certain
rate per centum below the rates specified in the
act relating , to the Public Printing and Binding,
approved the 9th day of April, a. D.,1856; and
according to the mode and manner, and condi
lions; therein specified, and in the supplement
to said act above recited.
Said proposals.to specify the rate per coati=
on the whole of the rates of said act taken
together, and not a specification of the rate per
oeotutn ixdow the rates on each item.
The following is the form of proposals for
the State Printing and Binding:
"11.--7-N Propose to do all the StaterrtrdieB
and•Buiding in the manner and in all respects
subjecit to the provisions of the act of the 9th
of April, A. D. 1866, and the supplement there
to, approved Februar:i 25th, A, D. 1862, for'the
period of three years from the first day of July
next, at the rate of per centum below the
rates specified in said act, andshould the State
Printing and Binding, as aforeSalclbe allotted to
me, I:will be ready forthwith to give bond, with
sufficient sureties, for the faithful performance
of the work so allotted," which said proposals
shall be sealed and endorsed, "Proposals for
Public Printing and Binding;!! , and - . shall be
directed to the said Speakers, and be delivered
to one or both of them to be opened, announced
and allotted, on the 18th day of March inst.,
agreeably to the provisions of the act of 9th of
April, 1866, and the supplement thereto, ap-
proved February 25th, A. D.°1862.
ELI suns, .
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
'DISSOLUTION OF PA.RTNFRS HIP.
QTICg is hereby. given that 'the part
nershlp heretofore existing between William A.
tt wad Jacob R. Croft, in the lailoring business, Was
aitsittietni on the 11th day of March, 1862, by mutual
consent all those indebted to the late firm will pleura
nixie payment to W. A. or J. S. Oruft.
WILLIAM A. 0 110F 2,
. JACOB X. °Ron. -
wmareaupo March 12, 1882.
The 'undersigned having purchased the entire stock
and fixtures of the late firm, and having made large ad
ditions: thereto, is now prepared to execute all orders
with neatness and despatch.
Thankful for the very libemble patronage heretofore
attended to the firm, he bopes, by atria t: persona Minn
tion.to busbies' to merit , a continuance of-the same.
nia33-tiSts W. A. cdoyr,
Ticdount of Henry G. Heisey, execu-
A_ Henry toi of ;Joseph Olark of Coneirago township, who
was aufignee or fidward Elahn, has been filed , in the
Court 'of Common Pleas of Dauphin county, and will be
confirmed on the first day of May,1862 , unless cause be
•ahown to the contrary.' .i. C YOUNG, -
WILL be eold at Public Sale
On WEDNESDAY , March 19 1862.
. . .
at Camp Catheron near the Poor HOUSES all the , lumber
compos'ng said camp, containing
200,000 FE E T ' OF tignisEß. -
more of lees. It will be [lola In lota to ,sult purchasers
and without reserve.
CAST. WM, E. SEES will remain a fa*
OaSO!1 to receive recians tor eompaay D Pleventh
/Aegis:tent:now' staMened.4t Aviay Md. Apply at
the Partners' Hotel, B. G. Peters, Market street.
mane dlw •
NO ' excuse for having Boole •
and - Shoes
not blackened. Blacking that will give a polish on
wet or gg:easy boots. Just the thing Aft — the times,.. When .
every one cant of afford two or three lairs' of shoat br
boots. Dill and examine , at • = • •
NICHOLS ti BOWMAN'S,
corner Front alma xarket streets.
GARDEN SEEDS.- - -deet received a
laige.inroice of cbOice Garden Feeds—roomprltdng
a. greater variety of imported and htnne growth than
Las ever been offered In this city. Those who may
detdre•toyurchase, can depend upon getting the best in
the world, at the wholesale and retail grocery store of
• whi. DOCK, Js. & CO.
TO THE PIIIILIC.
- kaleto commence at 10 o'clocka. X. .By
- order of
Captaid Elpjah Infantry-' ". P 011 ! 4 . 64 '
11. S. A •
Jar • g
EOMETHING NEW !
..SOROOL FOR BOYS .
AZAREIII . ..; 01001111InPtOn. _ county, Pa.
P* ofjaisaass front Aotlirs . 1t . 9 railrood to
and the3 77 " Zi:g l ififtD If. =OHM • v
fs.2m* `*— ' ' Prbocipal
IMMENSE AND TRIIIMPHANIMAXIESS,OF
m AID or Tull FUND Tog Tiro
szcs. - stun vtorimEn Mann's
SATURDAY EVENING, 15,
Pcisin V EL'ic LA ST CONCERT.
A G'R - A'N.D MATTINEE
42 3 O'CLOCK 2'o DAY.
Childreti to ittattioe, 6 ots.. Adults 25 ots
Kra. E . m . MAs J. NICHOLS
The Emiiient . Soloist dog Willie' Anthem
to Liberty. ,
htBS GEORGIE SHEPPARD,
ME: J. T. GI:MICK, acd
In New Solos, assisted by the full Chorus of
Doors (maw at 7 o'clock—to commence at 7f.
TICIETS'OI7:tII4IESION 25 cents
RFSRAVD SEATS 10 cents extra, can be: .
had daring the day at, Dr. Bannvart's Drug
Store. , matl4-dltmae
SANnRO'S OPERA HOUSE,
MONDAY EVENING, March rya, 1882,
ASSTSTIMIBY Tin CiILEBRATID
The Qusralosl and lizoallent Delineator or Character. This
twill bathe most Brdilant, Verb:a/ and
RECHERCHE DID HONST RAT lON
. Offeriarta the Citizens of flarritharg for yew's.
Reserved Seats in Orchestra 15 cents extra.
Doors open at qparter before seven o'clock—
to commence at balf-past seven.
SEEDS I SEEDS I! SEEDS !! !
TENT received aivi for 'ale at the Agri
cultural Store, 110 Market street, the -
of fresh and genuine Os rdsh, Flower and Field Seeds in
the !Matadi:it side of PhtlidelPhia. Garden Seeds at
- THREE CENTS PER PAPER,
wARIANTED to contain as much as can be had
foritee cents anywhere else, and in bulk, et prices which
casnoi be under sold. Abed Agrleultoral and Horticul
tural Implements ibr the season. I invite attention to
my steak, DAVID II AVNICS,
mall-w3h:d2w 110 Market street.
100 'BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
THE stthscriber offers for sale, Ots terms
&vont.% to purchasers, ore hundred bul'ding lots
variously situated In the north-western and eastern parts
alba eity of Harrisburg. on Penn street, Foster avenue,
IBM street, Ridge avenue, and oa State street, east or
Paxton creek, "betMentiMald ,caelt and the Harrisburg
For farther particulars Intinire or Urn soespesit ter re
siding on Front street in said city.. MVO. FORSTER: -
.rIIET rooms formerly occupied by Gross
Ennkel, as a
,WHOLESALE AND, 22.NTALL
GROCERY, hawing amide accommodation En the nano.
action °couch busmen. Apply to
GEO. G. SIINICEL,
Canal street, between State and Walnut.
COAL REDUCED ! I I
N consideration of the hard times, and
'm3 ielle : clasively FOR CASH, I have reduced the
price of Coal as follows :
Lytens Valley. Broken 4) 32 90 per ton
46 a Luire Egg 1 , 1 290 61 11
16 11 Smilagg 61 290 41 St
Stove " 2 . 90
" Nut o 2
• Wilksbarro 111 t9O
Lorberry, '. 290 "
sir en Coal deliyered by the daxamr Wawa- CAM; It
can ow weighed at the purchasers dcor, and 11 it note
short 10 Yougns, the Coal wild be forfeited.
All Coal of thabest quality mined, uelivered free from
Sa-Coal sold In gantities, at the UMW WHOLIFULI
Agent tar Dupont's Celebrated Po *der, a large supply
always on hand, at' Manufacturers prices.
/WA large lot or superior baled Hay for sale.
j 23 JAMES M. WHEELER.
ORTEMONAIES, WALLETS, POCK
et-books Bankers' Cases, Ladies' Caba Fatchels,
Ladles! ravellitg satchels. We are constantly receiving
additions to our stock of the above goods, and anew
eerily have a tine assortment of the latest styles. We
respectfully invite persons wanting to purchase any of
the above articles to examine the stock—knowing that
a greater variety or better goods canno . be bound in the
SELLER'S Drug and Fancy Store,
Si Market street, one doar east of Fourth ateeet, mouth
ti-AV E R '
ALE, PORTER AND BEER,
OTICE is hereby given to the citizens
or Harrisburg, that the undersigned has authorized
Mr. R. Mager to receive orders for any of my mannfon
titres. -:Tbe collecting will be attended to by the under
signed. AM orders left as above will be promptly at
tended to. GEORGE LAWN,
feb22-116m. Pottsville, Pa.
TO GRAIN CONTRACTORS.
THE BALTIMORE BAG FACTORY,
No. 77 South` Street, Baltimore, Md.
TS PREPARED to furnish Government
L Contractors and others with Linen or Cotton Bugs of
all sizes, promptly for case at tow prices. Oats and
Corn contractors will find it to their advantage to Siva me
a call. JOHN C. GBAFFLIN.
Baltimore, Jan. 17th, 1862. -19,24-2mde
L . ..0.D/BS CORSETS,
ALL OF THE DIFFERENT SIZES,
WHITE AND COLORED.
The NA article manufactured, can be found
Next door tolhe ilaMsbuitgßank.
BOOT & 'SHOE STORE
()OMNI SECOND AND WALNUT STS..
I..TATB.Olitiiaia'a laika asaortatont of
BOOTS, SHOE% ciatrwa, ke., of the Very best
toonites. for lathes, go - 4 ohildreoe! wear.—
Pr - tugs to suit the 13ine8. ail kinds of WORK MADE TO
ORDER lathe bed style by enpertor workman
RETAIRINO dene at short notice.
oW.lft.dtf JOHN R. Barna. Efarralme.
THE°. r. eCHEFFER,
Room. • AND JOB rigurrEa,
NO. 18, M4RKE7 STREET,
RAR ' "Rine.
dirParilicititat attoutkin rid .fa, !tinting, Rabid and
Binding of RodkoalL_Patdlllll - 11iista, rodoles,Clhooke,
'CADA Whitd at $2, $3, $4, and 25 Par
thousand ha elegant aro. 120