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A li c ommunications recommending
csmiltiates for political offices must be
paid for at the time they are handed in,
otherwise they will be laid aside.
fi NRISBU , PA
Saturday Morning, May It 1862,
A3I , so Tan CURIOSITIES of Barnum's Dog Show
a King Charles spaniel, which is capable of
iai itaing its mistress, a Genoa lady, is singing
a faailiar melody.
Osi. or IRE FEDERAL BRIGADES entered the bat
tle at Williamsburg, with over two thousand
fur hundred men, and keg more than twenty
iv per ant. of that number.
A Bum was found in an officer's tent at
yulktown, evidently intentionally left with a
maik in it, and a leaf turned down at 2d Sings,
9t chapter and 19th verse, onward. Any
leader can find the passage and apply the name
6f 3 ha to McClellan, that of Jehoram to Gen.
Lee, and that of Ahaziah to Jeff. Davis.
NIS'ONN INTO Orrice.—ln the matter of the
petition of citizens of the Fourth ward re
monstrating against the qualification of Bernard
Campbell, constable elect of said ward, his
li:uor Judge Pearson yesterday made an adverse
decision, whereupon Mr. Campbell appeared,
gar sworn, and entered upon the discharge of
Wece General Butler took possession of Bal
timore, shortly after the breaking out of the
war, the New Orleans journals made merry at
his expense, and declared he was an old colored
barber, known as "Picayune Butler," who for
merly kept a shop under the St. Charles Hotel
in the Crescent City. We presume the New
Orleans people will be pleased to meet their old
friend "Picayune." It is tested, however, that
they won't like his razor, nor even the shaving
to which some of his journeymen will subject
Hass AND BUGGY Timm. —A buggy belong
ing to David Mumma, was stolen from his real_
deuce in Susquehanna township, this county, on
the evening of the 14th inst. A description
of the vehicle can be found in an advertisement
in another part of this evening's TELHOHAPH.—
Mr. Mumma offers a reward of $l5 for such
information as will lead to the conviction of
horse belonging to Air. David Metzgarillte
siding about three miles below Middletown, on
the river road, was stolen on the night of the
12th inst. A description of the animal can be
found in our advertising columns. A reward
of $5O is offered for the capture of the thief
and recovery of the horse.
A LUCKY Won/al.—Mrs. Opie, a lady from
New York city, on arriving at Easton last
&turd iy evening in the late express train from
this city last, in the car, a valuable diamond
ring. He. son•in-law, Mr. Lane, calling upon
0.1 1 7.. Shattuck to see what could be done to
reclaim the lost treasure, was advised to tele
graph immediately to the general ticket agent,
J. C. Clyde, of this city to search the car. This
1116 0.. Sunday morning, and on Wednesday
afternoon Mr. Lane was sent for at the Lebanon
Talley depot, at Easton, by ELL Shattuck,
and lu and behold there was the lost treasure,
Elur baying traveled over foltr different rail
roads. The ring was valued at sixty dollars.
Fd.TAL ACCIDENT.—Ott Thursday night last,
Smut! Milt, of Altoona, a brakeman on one
of the freight trains between that place and Har
risburg, f4l from his train and was run over
kid kill( d. It appears that, for the purpose of
!Ming more comfortably, he had placed a board
dioNnally across a stock car, between the slats,
leiving one end protude over the bumper he
ompi4d. While passing through the narrows,
ttiuw Lewistown, it is supposed that the board
ins shakes out of its place at the opposite end
from the one to which he sat, thereby causing
if to tilt and letting hint drop between the
/J 'liPers• Re fell with his legs across the rail
kid his body on the outside of the track. One
Of hie legs was crushed from the thigh to the
hoe, where both legs were cut off. He lived
but a few hours after the accident. His remains
true token to Altoona on Friday morning.
Be leaves a wife but no children.
Arrera.—Joseph Uptiegraff, a private in
an Elmira company, who has a number of rola
tirs residing in this city, was lately shot dead
le V irginia. He was a promising young man,
anti bis tragic death must have fallen upon the
WI Of hie patriotic mother, who freely gave
her husband and four sons to battle for the
ti ght, with startling and overwhelming grief.
lie, With a companion, had strayed from the
ta mp to the distance of about a mile, when
t hey were challenged by the guard, and ordered
Whalt, His companion did as ordered, and
delivered up hie arms. Updegraff halted, but
kfused to lay down his arms, and after a parley
►as shot down by the guard. The parties in
%is affair were stranger;, belonging to different
iligades, and there em i by no doubt that poor
ttriegraff fell a victim to the delusive belief
that the challenging patty was a mock patrol
man. In fact, he had been imposed upon in
that way but a day or two before.
PARTY.—Childhood is the May of life.
Utile girls are the mocking birds of humanity,
kia , l the boys are the larks. The grace of song
/o 1 sentiment are the flowers of the school
IaYB. SUCh were oar reflections as we noticed
oe the t reet last evening a bevy of bright
riled little girls, who had evidently just re
tuned from the woods, where they had been
Noi'inis a clay of unalloyed happiness. They
7 01 '2 white dresses and gay habits of every
tae wreathed in smiles and flowers, careless
hapoy, prettier We fear than ever they will
ta ivhell the troubles of courtship and the
tea of life are upon them. As the troupe of
ihng ilimpths pa` 1 through Third street
,: tr Y oli t rqck up "Gay and 'hippy," which they
Lc, t ed forth with the vivacity of black birds
Paco of canaries. It was a delightful
r. and many such may the little folks
Goon TEMPLARS.-A Lodge of this flourishing
Temperance order was organized in Selings
grove on Wednesday evening last, under very
Ix Towx.—Hen. Joseph Casey, one of the
Judges of the U. S. court of Claims at Waso
ington city, is in town to spend a few clays
among his many warm personal (fiends of the
Capital city of his native State. The Judge is
looking remarkably well. He is stopping at
Fiernint M'Ccreima, chaplain of the Fifty-filth
Pennsylvania regiment, who has been home on
a furlough for the last week or so, will return
to his regiment, with the army in South Caro
lina, some time next week. Rev. M'Cosker
gives a very flattering account of the boys from
this neighborhood, all of whom are much at
tached to him. We have no doubt be will be
happy to be the bearer of any small packages
or boxes to the men of his regiment from their
friends in this city, if left at the residence of
Rev. P. Maher, in State street, any time to
• KTLLED WIRE RAILROAD —A short time since
a buy named Andrew Topper, son of the tate
Josiah Topper, of Youngstown, was run over
on the Pennsylvania railroad, near Herrod's
Crossing, about three fourths of a mile west of
Derry Station, Westmoreland county. During
the last eighteen months, he had been living
with Mr. Henry Sindorf, of Unity township.
On Monday, the bth inst., he left home, and
was wandering through the county until the
time of his death. As engine No. 237 was pass
ing the above point, the deceased was observed
lying on the track, with hie right leg horribly
mutilated, two of the toes of the left foot cut
off, and his head cut and bruised to a conside
rable extent. The accident occurred about 2
o'clock, r. at., and he lingered until 9 P. at.,
when death put an end to his sufferings.
AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL Mum —The thir
ty-eighth anniversary of the American Sunday
School Union was held at Philadelphia on
Tuesday. From the annual report of the
Board of Directors, we learn from March Ist,
1861, to March let, 1862, the whole number of
persons holding the commission of the Ameri
can Sunday School Union, and acting as mis
sionaries under its direction, has been sixty
four. One thousand and seventy-five new
schools have been organized, and three thou
sand two hundred and fifty-five visited
and aided. By this labor, the influence of
the missionaries has been brought to bear on
some thirty thousand teachers and upwards of
t.vo hundred and fifty thousand children ;
twenty-two thousand families were visited and
received religious instructions. Bibles, testa
ments, text books and periodicals were pro
Box OVER. —A little girl.about five years of
age, while crossing Second street, a short dis
tance above State, about dusk last Thursday'
was knocked down and run over by a horse
and buggy, driven by two flashy dressed
"bloods" of the city, whose brains put together
wouldn't smother a flea. To the astonishment
of all who beheld the accident, the child es
caped without experiencing the least damage,
although she was literally picked from beneath
the horse's feet. It was a clear case of reckless
driving, and some even go so far as to say that
the men in the buggy actually observed the
child before the accident occurred, and made
no effort to check the speed of their horse.
The aff.dr created quite an excitement in that
neighborhood, and the Johns very narrowly
escaped receiving a sound threshing from the
crowd who witnessed their reckless conduct.
This hardness of turning our principal thorough
fares into race courses has become a serious
nuisance, and the sooner it is " played out "
the better. If one or two of the Johns were
brought before his honor the Mayor, we have no
doubt the lesson would have a salutary eflect.
Tam CROPS.-- our exchanges continue to
speak in flattering terms of the crops through
out the State, and the indications are now that
we will have a most bountiful harvest. The
wheat looks remarkably healthy. The winter
has been mild, though lingering long in the
lap of Spring. Few trees or plants have been
injured, and hardly may killed by the severity
of the last wfhter ; and for fruit, no season for
many years has opened with so rich a promise
of an abundant crop. The peaches seem, so
far as blossoms are concerned, to promise to
make up this year for the failure of many that
are past ; and apples, cherries, pears, &c., look
equally promising. In Western Virginia wheat
looks unusually well, and a most abundant
crop is predicted. The Wheeling Intelligence,
in alluding to the subject, says: "Our hills
and valleys present broad acres devoted to this
crop, presenting the appearance of one illimit
able carpet of ' living green' spread over the
earth. The appearance is one of unsurpassable
magnificence and splendor. Really, it makes
one's heart green and fresh to behold such evi
dences of Divine favor, and they should not
fail to inspire our hearts with unbounded grati
tude. Should nothing occur to injure this
crop, it cannot fail to be one of the most boun
tiful ever harvested in Western Virginia ; and
while this is so, there are unmistakable evi
dences that the large surplus likely to be
realized will command a better market than
that of the past year."
CARPET ! Gem= I CARPET I—Raving returned
from New York, I now have on hand, and I
am daily receiving froni the New York auction
sales, a large assortment of goods, which I offer
cheaper than ever. 20 pieces of carpetofrom 37}
cents up to 87 cents ; 40 pieces of beautiful
Curtain magi]; very cheap; splendid black
silks at 75 cents, worth 90 cents ; good black
silk at $l, wort $125 ; black silk 32 inches
wide at $1 10, worth $1 87 ; very fine black
Bombazin at $1 10, worth $1 50 l• sum
mer silks at 50 cents a yard ; 10 pieces of
tho finest Irish linen at 75 cents, worth $1 ;
1,000 hoop skirts, at 50 76 and $l, very cheap.
Great bargains in stockings; 20 dozen hem
stitched handkerchiefs, at 25 and 31 cents,
cheap. Wholesale buyers we respectfully in
vite to our large stock, all bought for cash at
New York auction. Raving a buyer_ in New
York, we are daily receiving job lotslrom the
weekly sales, which we promise to sell at city
prices to wholesale buyers. 3. yaws ,
m3l-y Mores old stand.
Itscatrvim from auction 25 pieces of colored
and White stow Wadding 2513,310. Also, a
magnificent assortment of embroideries, such as
bands, edgings, inserting& At LIM'S.
iptunsvivattia iDailp Zelegraph, Saturbap morning, Map 17, 1862
THE First City Zonaves will meet at the Ar
mory at half past one o'clock this afternoon,
for dress parade and target excursion.
CALL at Finley's stand in Market street,
worning, and try his bread, biscuits,
and cakes, &c., Sr.c. Twenty-five per cent.
UMBRICLLAS, sun shades, sun umbrellas, and
walking canes in endless variety, can be pro
cured at Lee's, No. 67 Market sreet. The pro
prietor goes in on the "Quick sales and small
profit" principle, and the consequence is that
his stock goes off with a perfect rush.
Snintstms Faom xas Wssr.—An immense
=mita of freight is now daily coming East
ward. Ruch of it is of a perishable nature and
requires haste. Live stock forms an important
item. It is said that at many of the principal
depots in Ohio the freight has accumulatacl in
sach abundance ar to be an actual burden to
the transporting companies.
SEWER, REPORT OP ME DAUPHIN COUNTY
MILITARY Rmizp Cosuerma.—The President of
the above committee acknowledges having re
ceived from the Commissioners of Dauphin
county, and from City Council amounts as fol
1862, February 14 $lOOO
March 5 .... 1000
.• " 11, batance from city
relief fund by City Council 59 88
Total $2069 88
The committee have issued checks on
Dauphin Deposite 'Bank to the fami
lies of volunteers, up to April 4th .. • 1882 46
When, by order of the commissioners,
the committee ceased further pay
ment, leaving a balance of one
hundred and seventy-seven dollars
and forty-three cents, to the credit
of the committee . $177 43
WM. H. KEPNER, President.
A. 7. HERR,
0. EDWARDS, Secretary.
Onm ow FLovn's Puma ABOUT.—It was Wed
nesday evening, the rush of business for the day
was over, and quiet reigned in our usual busy
mart of trade, our senior partner had taken up
the afternoon paper, to read of rebeldom and
its doings. Raising his eyes be beheld a sable
female enter the door. Our heavy clerk in the
distance observed. her place a large piece of
goods under her shawl, and directed the atten
tion of our junior partner to the fact, who dis
patched a messenger for the chief of police, who
toted her off to durance vile. Now, while we
insist upon selling goods at very low prices, we
do not wish to be understood that we permit
them to be carried away without any charge.
Mum & BOWMAN,
15 Corner Front and Market streets.
On and after May sth, 1862, the mails at
this office will be closed as follows :
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD.
NORTH. WAY Km—For all
places between Harris
burg, Lock Haven and
BlMlra, N. Y,, at 12.00 M
SOUTH. WAY MALL—For all
places between Harris
burg and Baltimore,
Md., and Washington,
D. 1., at 12.00 M
For York, Baltimore,
• Md., and Washington,
D. 0., at 900 P. It
LEBANON VALLEY RAILROAD.
EAST. WAY MAIL—For. all
Philadelphia, at .7.00 A. M.
. WAY Men—For all
places between Harris
burg and Philadelphia,
at .6.80 A. M.
For Philadelphia and
Lancaster, at.... ....12 00 M.
For Bainbridge, Mariet
ta, Columbia, Lancaster,
Philadelphia and New
York, at 8 15 P. M.
For Lancaster, Philadel
phia and New York, at 9.00 P. M.
WEST. WAY MALL—For all
placea between Harris-
For LewlstoWn, Hun
tingdon, Tyrone, Al
and Pittsburg, 900 P. M.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD.
For Mechanicsburg, Car
Chambersburg, Pa., and
Hagerstown, Md., at ..7.00 A. M.
burg and Chamberaburg,
at .12.30 P. M.
SCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA RAIL-
berry, on Saturday 2.00 P. M_
FrOffice Hours—From 5.80 A. M. to '8 P. M.,
S azday from 7i to 81 A. M., and from 8 to 4
P. N. GEORGE BERGNER, Postmaster.
- - .
Do not trifle with your Health, Oonaututlon and Cha.
If you are suffering with any Diseases for which
ILELMBOLD' S EITRAOT
TRY IT ! TRY IT ! TRY IT !
It, will Cure you, nave Long Suffering, Allaying Pate
and inflamation, and will restore you to
HEALTH AND PURITY,
At Little Expense,
And no Exposure.
Cut out the Advortisement In another column, end oal
or send for IL •
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEI7S !
Ask for Helmbold's. Take no Other
No. 69, Market 'Street below Third
M. H. LEE,
MANUFACTURER OF UMBRELLAS,
PARSOLS and WALKING CANES, will furnish
noose at LOWER PRIM than can be bought in ant , of
heEaslern cities. Country rrwrchauts will do well to
all and examine prima and 04.14, awl canna :19 thew
elveslof tbij Met an23-dly.
riIIIRKISII PRUNES, choice article, juit
J. received for gale low by
NICHOLS 4 BOWMAN,
Corner Front & Market streets,
ALot of African Pea Nuts, jut received
and for gale low by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
myl2 Corner Front and Market streets.
places between Elarris
burg and " Reading,
Pottsville, Easton. and
burg and Altoona, at 12.00. M.
For Johnstown and
Pittsburg, Pa., Cincin
nati, Columbus and
Cleveland, 0., at 246 P. M,
WAY MALL—Poi all
places between Harris-
For Ellwood, Pinegrove,
burn and Pottsville, at 12.80 P. M.
Manada West Han-
over, Ono and Jones_
town, on Monday, Wed
needay and Friday 7 A. M.
For Lisburn and 'Lewis-
BE WISE BY TIMES!
PUBLIC SALE OF HAY AND CORN
BY OtiDER of the Department, I will sell
at Public Auction on Tuesday, May 29th,
at the Cattle Yard on Hanna's Line upon the
property of A. Boyd Hamilton,' Esq., abut
w enty tons of goud Timothy Hay, and also a
lot of Hay slightly damaged. Also about one
thousand bushels of good Corn in the ear, all
o; which will be sold in lots to suit purchasers.
I .vill also sell at the same time and place
the Lumber composing the Corn Cribs..
Also one-Manty. used by;Herdsmen.
The purchaser — viill be required' to remove
the property as soon as, practicable.
Payment to be- made in gold and silver or
Sale to commence 81,10.orelock., - k. M. Terms
Cash. •g JONES BROOKE,
myls-dtd Capt. & C. S. vol. Ser.
NOTICE TO TINNEES.
THE SUBSCRIBERS, COMMISSIONERS OF
.Dauphin county, solicit proposals for roof
fing the front building or edifice of the county
prison, with X.leaded:tin per square superficial
foot ; the tin to be Well painted with one coat
on the under aide and two coats on the upper
side ; all materials to be found by the contrac
tor, who is also obligated to remove the old
tin from the roof and state what be will pay for
the same per square foot, superficial measure;
all work and material to be of the beat quality,
and 9f the description as mentioned, and to
be well put on. Letting to be on Tusinkr, the
20th day of Max, 1862, et two o'clock P. M.
The contract to be awarded' to the lowest re
sponsible bidder, and the work to be finished as
soon as possible after the contract is awarded.
The contractor will receive his money as soon
as the roof is finished, in accordance with the
' HENRY MOYER.
Atteatgoarea Mrata, Clerk. [ml4.dtd.
OF different varieties at very low rates. Now
is the season for planting all kinds of Ever
greens, and experience has proven that the
month of May is the most favorable for plant
ing. Also some kinds of
thin be planted with safety. myl2
A FEW MORE,
And other varieties of Grapes in good order.
They can be planted with success. myl2
CAN BE PLANTED UNTIL JUNE
WITH SAFETY. .
RHUBARB AND ASPARAGUS
ROOTS ARE NOT . TOO FAR AD
VANCED YET TO PLANT.
And other plants for sale at the •
ICE CREAM t ICE , CREAM
ONE of the greatest improvements of
the age to ?rut & Barr's Patent lee Cream Freezer,
and Egg Beater, tee great saver or labor. The. email
quantby,of ice used and the exceeding short apace of
tme i eqnired to make good lee cream in ono of their,
Frenztrs, ought to induce every family to purchiso one
of in-m. They have received several silver medals and
the highest premiums at exhibit one, over all oth
Freezers now in use. A printed circular containing the
very best receipt for muting Ice cream, f.oz .n custard,
ice waters, &c., with a number of Certificates a 4 full
direc ions a:company each Freezer.
All crders for Prevent, county or State rights will be
attended to by adoressing W. !URA,
my9-d2m Harrisburg, Pa.Z/
VIBE lot of Sugar Cured Hams, Country
Bacon and Lard, tur sale by
NIOHOLI & BOWMAN,
myl Career trout and itarket streets.
JERSEY HA &I I--Tfn tierces of these
justly celebrated sugar. cured hams, received and
or sa eta large or small quantities
DOOS, Jrc. & CO.
HP. & W. C. TAYLOR'S Nh W SOAP.
.It is economical and highly detersive. It con
tains no Rosin and wilt not waste. It is warranted not
to injtre the hands. It wall impart an agreeable odor,
and is therefore suitanie for every purpose. For
ale by WM. DOCK, Jr. & Co.
6.000 POUNDS Extra Prime Sugar
Cartd. Hams for sale 'very low wholesale
te Mem by WM . DuClf. JR., as 00.
VOTIONS.--Quite a variety of usefu
LA mut enterugning articie.-oeap—AL
HAY! HAY I I
A SUPERIOR article of Baled• Hay, at
$l7 00 per ton for solo by
eolB_ J AMES M.WHEIAL&B,
FAMILY WASHING, BLUE, an excel
tent substitute for Indigo, for sa le at the wholesale
and retail grocery store of NICHOL ' S & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets .
ArLIUI4I) Largest and best
stock, from $l.OO to S4.o9—warranted—at
aln SHEFFER 8 BOOKSTORE.
FJ 1:1. Choice Teas, Black and Green,
in X, X and 1 pound papers, for sale at
6 (loner Front end Market streets.
CHOIGE Teas, Greet and Black, for sale
low by NICHOLan 8z BOWMAN,
fobll Corner Fr ontand Market streets
PBACEITS pared and unpaired, very
One lot, for sale by NICHOLS & B MALAN,
rayl2 • Corner Front and Market streets.
MOURNING GOODS.—Everything in
this line manufactured for Ladies' Romani. Wear.
rinses very low. A great many goods of nee material.
CATHCART ac BROMBR,
Next door is the Harrisbu•g Bank.
7 A LB& :Jersey Suga r Cured
30 cv Hams, and a spMedid lot of Owego
efew lork. Corn Fed Sugar Cured Hams just received.
, apriß W. DOCK, JR., & CO.
LYKENS VALLEY NUT COAL.
UST received a full supply of Lykens
Valley Nut Coal, delivered by the patent weigh
carts: For sale by JAMEBIf. WEBELER.
RIND FRUITS, Hominy, Beans, &o.
at JOHN WISE'S. myl
1;111lb, Dates ' Prunes, Raisins, and an
JU kinds of Nuts, at JOHN WISE' Store, Third and
CRUSHED, broken loaf, fine and coarse
pulverized and other anarchy aale by
; -; • ; ; NICHOLS &BOWMAN,
.ooneerFNot Oa Market streets.
INS Choice Teas and Pure Spices, -
JOHN WISES. JraYl
A. LOT of prime (Meese just received and
for sale bq NICHOLAS k BOWMAN, ,
Corner Brontand Market streets.
GROVER & BAKER'S
PARTICULAR attention is called to the
fact that, bealies the machines making our cele
brated stitch, we manufacture, in great variety of styles,
FAMILY LOCK-STITCH MACHINES•
The peculiarities of eaeh stitch will be cheerfully
shown and explained to purchasers, and they have the
great advantage of being able to select from our stook
either a machine making the
GROVER AND BAKER STITGE
oi one makingthe
the only valuable Sewing Machine stitches 1n practical
PRICES FROM $4O UPWARDS.
Office 730 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
For sale by f
MRS. R. BRENIZER,
78 Market Street, Harrisburg
TO PAPER MAKERS.
Tundersigned will receive propOsals at
_L- the office of the State Printer in Harris
burg, until Thursday the 12th day of June,
1882, to supply the following described sized
paper, (samples to accompany proposals,) for
the State Printing for one year from July 1,
1862, viz:. •
Double Royal, fifty pounds to the ream.
Double Royal, forty pounds to the ream.
Each to measure at least twenty-six by forty
And double-sized Foolscap, to weigh twenty
eight pounds per ream and measure at least
twenty-six by seventeen inches. Samples must
Those making proposals must be prepared to
give satisfactory security for the faithful per
formance of the contract ; and the right is re
served to reject all bids not satisfactory fn price
The paper must be furnished in such quanti
ties and at such times as required by the Su
perintendent of State Printing. . _
T. T. WORTH,
Superintendent of State Printing
Hannientruo, May 9. 1862.
North American and Press, Philadelphia ;
and Gazette, Pittsburg, publish twice a week
until day of letting, and send bills to the ad
1862. SPRING OPENING 1862.
Black and Second Mourning Dress Goods,
Shawls, Veils, Collars, &c.
Full, 1% yard wide Lupin's all wool Detainee.
Sdpertor makes of Bombazines.
Splendid Styles of French Ginghams.
Large stock of Lustrea and s ipaPoaS.
..e Black and Purple Dress Silks.
ttg Plain black English Rep Silks.
Black lead white Fowlard Silks.
Purple and Black do.
Plain do. do.
Small Checked do.
too Neapolitan do.
K all well De!eines.;
Flied all wool DeLbws.
Long Black Thibbet Shawls. llohairs, Ms,
Square Plaid Block and White Shawls
Square Thibbet Bleck Shawls.
2 yard Wide Thibbet for Shawls,
Very Superior Fnglish Crepe Veils, all sizes.
large stock of Huglish Crepe Collars all sizes.
Black bordered Hem Stitch Handkerchiefs.
Black Gloves of every description.
g White Seound Mourniug Collars.
es Settt of Coder and . Sleeves.
Silk and Cotton Hosiery,
Fog Black Love Veils.
on Jouviies)lid Gloves.
Particular attention is paid 'and Invited to °lir
stock of the above goods. Wa are constantly re
ceiving new addl. Ont. Parc losers will always
_And aNU asserts:ant.
CATHCART is B BOTHER,
. Neat door to the Htrrieburg Bank.
o 5 No. 11 Market Square .
fICHIBEFELIN BROTHERS "it CO ,
AND DEALERS in Fancy Goods, Per
thmery, Are. Also agents for the sale of Reamed
Petroleum, illuminating Oil, saperigr to any coal oil •
turnlehed in any quantities at the lowest market rates.
170 and 172 William, Street,
ja27-d6na] NEW YORK.
AGENTS! MEROBANTS I PEDLERS I
ENERGETIC men make $5 a day by
celiing our UNION PRIZE' STATIONERY PACREIS
coaaleing Superior Stationery, Portraits of ELEVEN
GENERALS, and a piece of Jewelry. We guarantee sat
isfaction in quality of our goods. The gifts consist of
fifty varieties end Styles of Jewelry, all useful and valu
able. , Circulars with fall particulars mailed free. Ad
dress., L. B. RUBINS & CO,
iiipSigtmd 86 Beekman street, New York.
A. C, SMITH;
OFFICE THIRD STEEP.%
mylOy) NEAR MARKET.
SUGAR CURED HAMS.
A large and fresh eupplyjust reeelved by
1 eb2e WAL DOOR Jr.. & Oul
SUN SHA.DtId, Sun Umbrellas and Pant
we. Prices ten per cent lower than elsewhere.
esTs:C IltT & BROTHER.,
Next door to the ilarri.brirg Bank.
SOAP, Harrison, Country and Fancy, for
Mae by NICHOLt &BOWMAN;
m 27 -y] north-east corner ofFroot and Market streets.
GUARA JELLY : —A large supply-just
rewired by • WM. DOCK, JR. & CO.
COAL OlL.—Nobody can undersell us.
The best oil 10 Harrisburg ; warranted. non•egplo
sive, lbr sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
all corner Front and Market streets.
S.PORTSMEN ATTENTION. Fishing
Tackle, Powder and shot, for sale by
. NICHOLS &BOWMAN, ~
Corner Front and Market streets: '
i'Ult newly replenished stook of Toilet
kJ' and Fancy Goods is unsurptumsd this city, and
ieeling confident of rendering satisfaction, we would res
pectfull Invite a call. KF RR,
91 Mar y
ket spreet, two doors east of Fourth street, south
CHIIRNS, Tuba, Baskets, Brooms,
Brushes and all kinds o f W Wow and Cedar Were,
for sale low by " NICE & BOWMAN,
my 2 Emu and Market streebi
COAL OIL, Lamps, Shades, Chimneys
lower than any house in Harriaburg., 411 mid
amiable at NICHOLS &
Wholesale and retail grocery, oonker-Front and Markel°
ASUPERIOR lot of Dandelion and Rh
Coffee, for sate at the store of JOHN WISE. my
GEO. W. MoCALLA,
WATCHMAKER: & JEWELER,
Agai Market Street, Harrisburg.
HAS constantly on hand a large stook
WATCHES, JEWELRY and FANCY ARTI
CLES, PLATED WARE, 10.,
Watches and Jewelry needy repaired.
.116," N B. Don't forget the place, opposite the Jones'
S, Z. HARRIS,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Manufacturer
NO. 112 MARKET STREET,
ETAS always on hand a full assortment
of Tin and Japanned Ware, Ooottlng and Parlor
Stoves of Gm best manetac.zirtes, Gotta- Spouting, Roof
ing and Galvanized Iron tbrnisb, manufactured and pat
up at reasonable rates.
sa- 'Waking promptly attended to. aprSO•dly
THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MOM
BOOTS AND SHOES,
iind at all
Next door to the Court House,
Also a general assortment of TRUNKS, VA
LISES and CARPET BAGS, at the lowest
cash prices. mar2B•dBm
D. GEO. W. STINE, graduate of the
Baltimore Cbllege of Dental Surgery, having per
m...needy located In the city of Harrisburg and taken the
office formerly ocsupled by Dr. Gorges, on Third et: art
between Market and Walnut, respectfully Ink:lrma hie
friends and the public In general, that he is prepared to
perform all operations In the Dental proreestoe, either
surgical or mechanical, In a ManDe , that shall not be
surpassed by operators in this or any otte- city. His
moue of inserting eminentl teeth is upon the latest im
proved scientific principle
Teeth, from one to a full set, mounted on line Gold,
Sayer, Platlna plates or the Vulcanite Base.
I take great pleasure In recommending the above gen.
Hewn to all my former friends of Harrisburg en vi
cinity, and feel confident that he will perform all opera
tions in a Falai:Mac manner, from my knowledge of his
ability. [myB dtfj F. J. 8. G08034:4. ii. D. 8.
DAN'L, A. MUNCH, AGENT.
iF the Old Wallower Line respectfully
j Informs the public th this Old Daily transporta
tion Line Ohs only Wallow :r Line now in existence in
tbis is is In successful operation, and prepared to
carry freight as low as any other individual line oetween
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg,
Jersey Shore, Lock Hawn and all other points
on the Northern Central, Philadelphia and lino and Wil
liamsport and Elmira Railroads.
DANL. A. MUSNCII, Agett.
Goods sent to the Ware House of Messrs. Peacock,
Zell & ..Inclumsn, Nos 808 and 810 Market sweet above
Eighth, Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock, P. Y., Will arrive at
Harrisburg, ready for delivery next morning.
OP ALL KINDS.
Three, tcnr and flea joint Trout Rode.
Silk and Hair Trout Lines, from 10 to 50 yards long.
London Patent Trout Lines, "
Twisted Silk Trout Lines,;a 43 It 14
thins terms Lines, II 44 CI
Linen ant Cotton Linos, NI it ti
Pleat Lines furnishei with Books, Corks, km,
& ass itultiplyaig Reels. 10 to 50 yards.
lot of Choice Tro JI Plies.
Silk Worm Gut healers, bottom lines, 8 to 9 feat.
st ti 44 Strands.
‘. Snoods, Limerick Hooks,A
as., No. / to 8
Trout Baskets, Kirby Trout and Rive, Hooks, Limer
ick Trout and river Books, notta, Flasks and 'hinting
Cups. KELLER'S DAGO AND FANO t STORM,
my 2 91 Market Strert.
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will find a large and well selected stook of
plain and fancy Confectionery del kinds. a groat va
riety or toys of every deicrtption, ladies' Word glands
and Fancy Baskets, Foreign Fruits, Nuts, Dates and all
other art.ctes generally Kept In a confectionery and toy
store. Receiving fresh supplies every week. Gall and
elandoefur youreelves. Wit. 11. WkliGUNElt,
aprlB-dOna P. oprietor.
• WM. T. BISHOP,
OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO WYETH'S HALL,
OPPOSITE NEW COURT-HOUSE.
Consultations in German and English.
IMPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY.
Dit. P. H. ALLABACH, Bnrgeon Deu
list, Manutacturer of Mineral Plato Teeth, the only
method that obviates every objection to the use of arti-
Wei teats, embracing partial, half and whole sets of one
piece only, of pure and lndestrucue le mineral, there are,
no crevices for the acccum ulation of small particles of f oo d
and therefore, 000flensive oder from tho breath, as no me
tal Is used in their constructiou, there can be no galvanic
action or metallic taste. Hence the Indic Mimi is not an.
noyed with sore turoat, headache, Ito. Office No, -18
North Second street, Harrisburg.
THEO. F. 80H.EFFER,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
NO. 18, MARKET STREET,
g4r - Particular attention paid to Printing, Ruling and
Binding of Railr.d Blanks, Malatesta, Policies, Checks,
Drafts, &c. C.as printed at $2, 83, $4, and $6 per
thousand in elegant style. 120
INDUCEMENT TO PURCHASERS.
A VERY heavy stock of Dress Goods
la, of every description, now open at very low prom,
0.11110 Ara & BROTHER,
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
NEW Fruits, Currents, Raisins, Citron
and Lemons, at the new Wholesale and Retail, Gro
cery and Provision Rom, corner front and Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
BEST PENS in the world, for 750, $1 2b
$1 50, $2, $B, and $8 for sale at
reblb BCHEFFER'S Bookatora.
CHEAP SUGARS, Choice Syrup, Teas,
At, &c. For isle low by
NICLIOL9 do BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
MASON'S "CHALLENGE BLACKING. 3
Ilium Gross, assorted sizes,Jost received, and for
sate at Wholesale praise,
CRANBERRIES, Dried Fruits, Fresh
Apple, Hemoey, at
NICSOLS & BOWMAN'S
corner. Front and market streets
CIDER 111 VINEGAR 111 -
MADE from choice and selected Apples,
In. and guaranteed by ns to be strictly pare,
nl2-d cast . DOOR k 00.
BACON, Lard, Hama, just received and
for sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
apr24 Corner Front and ilarketstrooto.
CAN be planted until Jane with safety.
-CROSS &; BLACKWELL'S Celebrated
pionM, BAINES, PREStraVV, asA lugs
et the above t embracing every variety, Net re
vived and for Bala by DO] WM. DOCK . Jr.. hCo
BUTTER, Water , Soda and Sweet Craok
era, at JOHN WENS. myl
NIOHM9 & BOWMAN
WM. DOCK, Jr.. k Cn