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pa 4 (ititgrao.
o ommunications recommending
rtordiactes for political offices must be
itold for at the time they are handed In,
otherwise they will be laid aside.
Friday Morning, May 23, 1862,
ELECTION OF OFFICERS. -MC annual eee ton
of L iticers of the Harrisburz. Cemetery Anode
will he held next Monday week, the 2d of
ls TowN.—Col. Wynkoop, of the Seventh
Feunsylvauitt Cavalry, was in town Wednesday,
0 . , route to his family iu Schuylkill county.
li e Colonel has a furlough of twenty days to
rtei nit his health; which has been considerably
i n putted by his recent severe military duties
WEDDING Fass —The religious papers occa
tionally get off a spicy item. The reverend
r•klit,r of me of these papers, in a recent issue,
0) F, : •' Iu our experience, we have married
people fo: 37i cents ;: we have married for a
counterfeit hill !" Dr Bastian, in copying
this adds :" We may soften our German
Moat! grievances by quoting the case of the
uilui9ter who received as a wedding fee a salt
odilih, which, when he had taken it home for
table, was chiefly eaten by the bride and
groom, who called upon him•at dinner!'
FRIGIITFUL AcomexT.—The fiy-wheel in the
rolling mill at Auburn exploded last Tun
thy, instantly killing a fireman in the shop
toured John O'Hara. The wheel was fif
keu feet in diameter, and weighed fifteen
thousand pounds. Its average revolution was
gighty times a minute. The Advertiser says
sumo of the segments or ruins of the wheel,
weighing at least one thousand pounds, flew
through the roof, cutting large beams as clean
ai with shears, and breaking the roof in pieces.
O'Hara way struck by one of the cogs, and his
body thrown thirty feet. Another workman,
tamed Thomas Grant, had hie arm shattered.
RELIC &HEMS —Th e number of civilians
with the army of the Potomac, hunting relics,
is so large, and the prices paid so liberal, that
the soldiers are said to be doing a good busi
nese, is selling articles which they get up by a
very simple process. A letter from a Pennsyl
vauit Reserve, stationed near Manassas, says:
"Old worn out five dollar pistols, preserved In
vinegar, sell readily at from fifteen or twenty
• oiling. Knives which originally cost from one
. two dollars, command from five to ten dol
,jars." It may he added that skulls brought in
by "intelligent contrabands," and said to have
been found atn..ng ti e luggage or retreating
rebel ollicere, are much sought after.
SABBATH BREAKINg. -WO are informed by
one of our readers, who resides in the country,
that he and his neighbors are exceeding annoy
ed on Suudays, by boys and men from this city,
who tusk° a practice of taking the Sabbath
day for cunning, and coming into his woods
for that purpsu ; and the practice has been So
often repeated, that our Mend has ceased to
c.ihider longer patience 'a virtue,' and hence
requests us to say to all such persons, that if
they do not abandon their evil doings, he is
determined to give them the force of the law.
ASIO from tho sin of desecrating the Lord's
day, this is a moat reprehensible habit, and, one
which should be dealt with according to its
deserts IT all order-loving citizens.
WORK FOR THE Poticm.—We have been re
quoted to direct the attention of the police to
the conduct of a certain individual, said to be an
attorney-at-law of this city, who, for the last
tit, weeks, has been in the habit of visiting the
wequn side of Capitol Park and making ob-
Rent eeetures to certain of the lady occupants
RI the dwelling houses on Third street, between
;:tale mid Liberty alley. His actions as detailed
to eo would bring the blush of shame to the
cheek of the most abandoned courtesan in exis
tence, cud disgust even the most degraded of his
fellev men. The wretch who can so far forget
tintbell as to thus openly violate all the deoenoi
tad proprieties of social life, ought to be kicked
"holy and breeches" to the "other side of
Ju rjau," or tllrung up to a lamp post and flayed
alive by every respectable man and woman ih
Wk.u. Dune.—lna car on the Reading rail
ad the other day, the seats were all full es
eePt Gee, wtdch was occupied by a pleasant
looking Irishman, and at one of the stations a
reuplr of evidently well-bred' and intelligent
Young ladies came in to procure seats. Seeing
none Nacant they were about to go into the
back car, when Patrick rose hastily and °tiered
the al his seat with evident pleasure. "Btit
I ° ll Will have no seat for yourself," responded
°tie of the young ladies with a smile, heel
with true politeness, to accept it.
''Nicer mind thot I" said the gallant fiber
tier, " yet welcome to it. I'd ride upon the
ctic catcher to Pottsville any time for a smile
from such lindemartly ladies I" And he retired
tastily into the, next car, amid the cheers of
ile fellow paseengena.
, I PENNSYLVANIANS ENE FIELD.- Penneylvatufi
16 now one hundred and nfteen regiments ea
(46.1, of which all but one are in active service.
the letter is nearly full, and will be ready to
take the field in a few days. The total number
14 the service of .fie State is given at one hnu
itEa and thirteen thousand, of which, however,
asfe to say there are not more than one
14sdred thousand now on duty, if, indeed,
there be quite so many. The condition of the
Pcen,ylvaniu troops is all that could be desired.
11, Y are in a high state of discipline, and are
iits,iided with everything. essential to their
Nef,,rt and efficiency. Besides the immense
tune which the State has equipped and put in
tbeehe field , the artillery arm of the service has
f `hgreatly strengthened, until now we doubt ere be a State is the Union that can, in
14tio respect, compare with us. All the old
tl,l,s_tlhave been remounted and fitted for service;
! Bs they stand ranged in front of the tirmory,
4quite a formidable appearance. It is
81:°iTriot4ito send these guns to Philadeli
the StateemeayeTteedwin..beei r kept
vice. until such dine jib ser
Fourrn.—ln the Capitol Park, on Tuesday
last, a small gold breast pin, containing a
minature portrait, (d tguerrotype.) The owner
can have the same by c,.lling at this office, and
paying for this notice.
ON FlTRLOUGH.—ildilltaa M.Otioll. of the Sev
enth Penna. Cavalry, was in town yester
day, en route to Schuylkill county, where his
family reside. The Adjutant performed dis
tinguished services with his regiment at
the battle of Lebanon, Tennessee, in which
engagement he received several wounds.
MILITARY GOVIRROR OF WILLIAMMURG.-COL
David Campbell, of Pittsburg, of the Fifth
Pennsylvania Cavalry, is appointed Military
Governor of Williamsburg. Under his instruc
tions fuel and subsistence are furnished by onr
Quartermaster to the inmates of the Insane
Asylum, and about two hundred and fifty sick
and wounded rebels, with one hundred and fifty
of our own, tenderly eared for. •
RALLROAD Aocumrr.—We hear of a general
smash-up, on Tuesday night, on the Pennsylva
nia railroad, about. two miles west of the Nar
rows crossing, by a freight train breaking
down, throwing several cars off the track.. The
train following ran into the disabled one,
crushing a uuwber of ears and scattering their
contents, consisting of flour, meat, coal oil,
candles, &c., and a load of 13-inch bombshells
received such a shock as to force out the end of
the car, distributing them all along the line.—
No one was injured.
Carr. JOHN S. Dirrwsuan, of Harrisbnrg,,at
tacked to company "E," 9th Penna. (LoChiel)
cavalry, has been appointed Assistant Adjutant
General, with the rank of Major, on the staff
of General Dumont, by order of Major General
Buell. The order making the promotion was
sent to him while he was absent from his late
command of Camp Ben Parker, Russelville,
Ky., and acting as one of the judges of a gen
eral court martial at Nashville, Tenn., of which
position he was at once relieved, and immedi
ately entered upon his new duties, at the head
quarters of the United Stites forces, Nashville,
We congratulate Major Detweiler upon his
promotion, and General Buell .upon his good
judgment in selecting so good and competent
PONNSYLVANLASB AFTER TUE GOLD MINES---
Spirited Skirmishes with the Rebels—A Barriaburger
Distinguishes Himself.--The Eighth regiment,
Pennsylvania reserves, and two companies of
the Fourth Cavalry, all under the command of
Col. George S. Hays, left Fredericksburg lee
week on a reconnoitering eaßedition to the
Virginia gold mines. They returned after an
absence of five days, having had two severe
skirmishes with the enemy, numbering over
fifteen hundred. They killed twenty of the
rebels, captured a number of prisoners, among
whom were seventeen wounded.
captured a large quantity of powder 'and shot,
five horses, and a number' of shot guns, mus
kets and pistols. Our loss was one killed and
Dr. F. 0. Allman, of this county, who is
Asslitant Surgeon of the Eighth Reserves, was
selected as Surgeon of the expedition. He par
ticipated in the fight, and during the engage
ment captured a rebel officer mounted on a fine
blooded steed, who was handsomely equipped
with a brace of pistols and a fine opera glass.
The Doctor returned the prisoner, horse and
equipage to the commanding' officer of the
department, and was allowed by him to retain
the horse and trappings as a trophy of his
Fossakr. or Gra. Man.—The funeral of Gen.
Kelm took place at Reading on Wednesday,
At an early hour the bells-of the city churches,
with that of the court house, pealed folth their
muffled tones, while the flags were at half mast
and draped with mourning, not only from the
public buildings, but on private dwellings,
whilst along the entire route of the procession
every house and place of business was closed.
The body, in the uniform of a Brigadier General,
was enclosed in an elegant coffin, covered with
black cloth, silver mountings and plate, on
which was engraved,
WILLIAM H. KEIM,
Died May 18th, 1862.
Aged 48 years.
Hundreds of the citizens of Beading and vi
cinity availed themselves of the opportunity of
beholding, for the last time, all that was mor
tal of one deservedly beloved in life as a citizen ,
friend and soldier, and honored in death by the
only tribute a grateful people could bestoW.
The sad and mournful funeral cortege lett the
residence of the late Gen. George M.. Edna, at
3 o'clock, in the following order, for the Chas.
OEDBR OB PROW:RION
'Ringgold Light Artillery.
U. S. Officers—Capts. Muhlenberg, Brown
and Miltimore ; Lieute. Wier, Williams and
Brig. Gen. Barto, Major Young, Capt. Heffe
Carriage containing Rev. M. Leacock and
Carriages containing carriers of Masonic Or
der from Harrisburg, to wit : John T. Wilson,
John Edwards, Theo. F. Sheffer and George
Pall Bearers—Gen. A. L. Russell, Gen. Hale,
Gen. Irsti and Col. Wynkoop.
Carriers at Reading—David lirlinight, Wm.
M. 'Meister, Dr H. H. Mnhlenberg and Chas.
Hearse drawn by four black horses, attended
by four grooms, and preceded by De Noisy
Commandery and Odd Fellows.
Carriages containing the relatives and friends
of the family, among whom was Gen. Shaeffer,.
who accompanied the General through the
three months service as Aid.
The entire civic and military procession
being under the Marshalship of C. B. SVS.night
and Aids : F. S. Boas H. - Hartman, Geo. New
kirk, L. Maltzberger.
On arriving at the Cemetery, 'the solemn
service for the burial of the dead, in accordance
with the ritual of the Protestant Episcopal
Church, was most impressively read by the
Rev. Hr. Leacock, of St. Stephen's Church/
The funeral arrangements in this city were
conducted by Messrs. Sloan & Boyd, and super 4
Intended iditaiding B. Berigget. t
Iptuttonluania illatlvilretegrapKittbali itiothing, Map 23, 1862.
THE organisation of a bachelors association
is at present in progress in this place. All who
wish to become members must soon apply at
Headquarters, as the first entertainment will be
given s before long.
WANTE.D.—Four or five active meo to travel
in Val ions parts of this State, cud one good
salesman to go into Ne.v York. Persons wish
ing ereplu)ment wilt do well to call on J. 11,
Asher, at Mrs. Johnson's boarding house, cor
ner of Fourth and Market streets, before 9}
A. u., or after 3 o:clock, P. M.
EDITOR OF TELEGRAPH:I
With no desire Au disparage the qualifications
or claims of the several gentlemen who have
already been suggested .as- candidates for the
next Congressional term, but with a view to
bring prominently before the .people another
name,.vihich would unqueationably reflect honor
upon our district, we take pleasure in asking at
your hands the publication of this card of Con
Whilst we would cordially support either of
the candidates already announced, if their no
mination should be determined upon, yet *5
believe that no man would so faithfully and
ably represent us IrC the councils of the nation
as ARCHIBALD Wseuria; of Middletown. From i
our long and pleasant acquaintance with Mtn
Welting, we feel justified in recommending hip'
most earnestly to the consideration of the oW
minating conventions of the party. His ability
is 01 a high order and his integrity above sus.,
pluton. Against him, as the nominee, the vile'
slanders of the partisan calumniator would be
hurled in vain ; his probity of character would
bean answer to all such, and would be a certain
_ _ -
,ledge of his integrity of purposr. In him
would lie found no .narrow-minded, partisan
bigotry, but bow to serve his district and his
country would be the subject of his patriotic
inquiry. Such men as Archibald Westing will
be needed in the next Congress. Measures of
lasting importance to the country Must be
adopted during that session, and men of - spar ling
worth and strict honesty mutt be sent to the
National Capitol, to check corruption and ad
just the affairs of our now distracted Union.
Withmen of Mr. Weating's. stamp, the work
will be well done.
Whilst faithful to his duty to the nation, he
will moreover carry out the principles, upon
which he would be elected, forgetting not the
wishes of his 'constituents.
His noininstion will give strength to the
icket.sed success to the cause.
Doubting not our preference will be duly
mouldered, we leave the matter to a diacemin'g
people. LOWER PAXTON. 9
LOOKING INTO TIIN Firruas.—ln conversation
with a distinguished gentleman froin one of
the New England States, hp gave as his opinion
that, upon the termination of the war, his im
press:ons founded upon the beat information at
his command, that the advance on cotton goods
must exceed soy thing that we have experien
ced. Yet it would be well, then, (as, the ter
mination of the war, is now a foregone thing;)
not only to read the advertisements of Urich &
Bowman, but call at their Cheap 'dry goods
house, corner of Front and Market streets, and
CARPBT CAREW I Caesar 1 , --Elaviug'returned
from New York, I now have on hand, and I
am daily receiving from the New York auction
sales, &large assortment of goods, which I offer
cheaper than ever. 20 pieces of carpet, from 871
cents up to 87 cents ; 40 pieces of beautiful
Curtain muslin, very cheap; splendid black
silks at 75 cents, worth 90 cents ; good black
silk at $l, worth $126 ; black silk 82 inches
wide at $1 10, worth $1 87 ; very fine blabk
Bombazin at $1 10, worth $1 50 ; sum
mer silks at 60 cents a yard ; 10 pieces (A
tha finest Irish linen at 76 cents, worth $l.
1,000 hoop skirts, at 50 75 and $l, very cheap.
Great bargains in stockings; 20 dozen hem
stitched handkerchiefs, at 2G and 31 cents,
cheap. Wholesale buyers we respectfully in
vite to our large stock, all bought for cash at
New York auction. .Having a buyer in New
York, we are daily receiving job lots from the
weekly sales, which we promise to sell at city
prices to wholesale buyers. a. Lswv,
mBl-y Rhoad's old Stand:
RECEVPID from auction 25 pieces of colored
and white stow Wadding 25(481c. Also, a
magnificent assortment of embroideries, such as
bands, edgings, insertings. - At LIMY'S.
TELEGRAPH OUT OF TOWN.
LIST OF REGULAR AGENTS.
The DAILY MORNING AND EVENING
TELEGRAPH is sent every morning and after
noon, by the earliest trains that leave the city
after its publication, to the following
ALTOONA—Theo. B. Patton.
ANNYELLE—G. W. Hooverter.
CARLISLE—George M. 'Bretz.
ELIZABETHTOWN—John. G. Mellinger.
GREENCASTLE—M. D. Deitrieh.
HOLLIDAYSBURG—A. P. Diffenbecker
LEBANON—H. H. Roedel.
KEDDLETOWN—Aaeorge H. Lenhart.
MOUNT JOY—James Dysart.
NOILERSBURG—B. G. Steever.
NEWVILLE--W. R. Ulm.
SHIPPENSBIJRG—KeIso & Hinkle. '
YORK—J. S. Boyer.
Do not trifle with your.Hesith, Constitution and Cha
If you are suffering with any Cimino for which
SBLMBOLD'S .6.II.RACT BUCHTI
TRY IT I TRY IT I TRY IT !
It will Cure you, Save Long Buffering, Allaying Pala
and Inflamatlon, and will rotors you to
HEALTH AND PURITY,
At Little lixpense,
And no Exposure.
Cut out the Advortleement In another colonin i and cat
or send for it.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEI7S I
Ask for Helmbold's. Take no Other
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE I I
Win. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye Known I
All others are piers trnitidione, and'shoutd be avoided
if you wish to escape ridicule.
GUY, RED OR RD.Srlf HAIR dyed instantly to A
beautiful and natural Brown or Bleak, without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have bean awar
ded to .WM.4.. Bliemana since 18:.9, and over 209,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his iambus Dye.
W. A. BATOMMAR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is wassuirrno
not to injure In the least, however long it may be condi',
zed, and the ill effects of bad Ores remedied. The hale
is invigorated fir life by this , tipkindld Dye, which is prop !,
erly applied at No. 18 Bond Street New York.
Sold in allthe cites stud towns'of the United States, by
Drugglets alfirenoy Goods Dealers
The genuine his the name "William A 11.wheh
and address upon a steel plate engraving ou the teur
sides of iseph.tiox. .
spig u i s age.yrenory, 81 SarelitY St., l
„raw 2101 Broadway, New fort
BE WISE BY TIMES !
_NICHOLS Sr, BOWMAN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Corner Front and Market Streets,
ESPECTFULLY invite the attention of
11, the public to (heir taro and well selected stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND DO
Including among others,
LEMONS, &C., &C.
- LARD, "
We invite an examination of our superior
NON EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
The be in:the itoaikei inWyeiy respect, to
gether with sillinds of
LAMPS, SHADES, BURNERS; WICKS and
Cheaper than any ptace in Barrisbury. We keep
on hand always all kinds of
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE,
All styles and kinds of
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE,
at the old stand, NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
my2o Corner Front and Mark et Ste.
PUBLIC SALE OF HAY AND CORN
BY ORDER of the Department, I will sell
at Public Auction on Tuesiday, May 27th,
at the Cattle Yard on Hanna's Line upon the
property of A. Boyd Hamilton, Esq., about
w enty tons of good Timothy Hay, and also a
lot of Hay Slightly daniaged. Also about one
thousand bushels of good Corn in the ear, all
of which will be sold in lots to suit purchasers.
I Rill also sell at the same time and place
the Lumber composing the Corn Cribs.
Also one Shanty used by, Hprdsmen.
The purchaser will be required to remove
the property as soon as practicable.
Paymeut to be made in gold and Over or
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M. Terme
Caen. H. JONES BROOKE,
myls-dtd Capt. & C. S. vol. Ser.
OF different varieties at - very low rates. Now
is the season for planting all kinds of Ever
greens; and etperienix has proven that the
month of May is the moat favorable for plant
ing. Also some kinds of
Oan be planted with safety. myl2
;A FEW MORE,
And 'other varieties of Grapes in good. order.
They can be planted with success. myl
CAN BE PLANTED' . 'UNTIL JUNE
RHUBARB AND ASPARAGUS
ROOTS ARE NOT TOO FAR AD
VANCED YET TO PLANT.
And otlierta4s for sale at the
. KEYSTONE NURSERY,
1862. •- o G biwunt 1862.
Dick and a Sccond Mourning , Dress:Goods,
Shawls, Mars,. kc.
Full 1j; yard Wide Lupin's ell wool Dela:cos.
'RI Large•stoceof Lustros and alpaca's.
Black awl Puiple Phu Silks.
Plain black Illogliab Bop Bilks.
' -• Black and' vrbite rowlard Silks.
Purple:l:cid Black . •
„al - ..Plain'
•Smell Checked do.
Albi) N ttn _ do.
gall wool Detainee.:
Vig'd all wool Wallies.
• -Rtepherd's Plaids. •
• • Silk Challis.
Long Black Thlbbet Shawls.
- square Plaid Black and White Shawls.
Sonars Thibbet Black Shawls.
2 yard Wide Thibbet for Shawls,
Very Superior:4nglieh Crepk..Veils, all sizes.
• large stock of English Crepe Collars, all sizes.
at Black bordered Hem Stitch Handkerchiefs.
Pa Black Gloveeof every.descriptlon.
White Secondlionmiag Collars.
es Setts of Collar and Sleeves.
Silk and Cotton Hosiery.
Black Love Veils.
jouvin's Kid Gloves.
it:Particular attention is paid; and invited to our
Stook of the above goods. We are oonstantiv
miring new additions. Paretaters ea always
find a full rusarrwenS.
NW doorio the Harrisburg Bank.
No. 11 Market Square
LADIES C - .0R.13 , E T
ALL OF THE DIFFEIRENVSWIN,
WRITE AND COLORED.
Thilbee9u,olefn . alnactamil, can I? e r t r i t o r
Next door to the 'Harrisburg Bank.
gP. & W. C. TAYLOR'S NEM SOAP.
It 18 economical and highly detersive. eon-
Ins no Ravin and will not waste. It le" warranted not
to injure the hands. It will impart an agreeable odor,
arid is therefore - suitable for- every , purpose. For
ale by WM. DOCK. Jr. & Ce.
GARDEN BE DS.—Just; received a
lame invoke of choice Garden Seede-rroompriaing
a greater mid, of imported and homo growth than
h as Over Dien - arme d Wßifir city. Thom;who
dittil to gairchant,'oan , =Lfl upon. gottinetha ,bertAtt
the , wood, at the irWio and mean &eery store of
' Belting do.
GROVER & BAKER'S
PARTICULAR attention is called to the
fact this, hebijett the machines making our cele
brated stitch, we manufacture, to great variety of styles,.
FAMILY LOCK-STITCH MACHINES.
The peculiarities or eaeh stitch will be cheerfully
shown and explained to purchasers; and they have the
greet advantage of being able to Relent from oar atock
either &machine making the
GROVER AND BASER STITOH
or ono 'main the
the only valuable Sewing Machine atitebee in practical
PRICES FROM $4O UPWARDS.
Office 780 Chestnut Street, Philichtlphia.
For tale by
MRS. E. BRENIZER I
78 Market Street, garrisburg
93 Market street, Barraburg, Pa.)
1 :* I A. 1%11 CO
XTEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the toes
L makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST HANI7FACTURED INSTBII-
MENTS, FROM $45 to $lOO
Guitars, Violins, Adcordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings aid musi
cal 'merchandise in general.
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
hand. Music sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOO
Suitable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on-band.
A fine assortment of best plated
LOOSING GLASSE S
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made- to order at the
shortest notice. -
93 Market street
. GEO. W. McCALLA I
WATCHMAKER (Tv JEWELER,
1443- 3a- Orek
HAS constantly on hand a large stock
WATCHES, JEWELRY and FANCY ARTI
CLES, PLATED WARE, &AL,
Watches and jeweliy neatly repaired.
mar N ft Don't forget the' place, oppeene th e Jo. ,
iB, J. HARRIS,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Manufacturer
NO. 112 MARKET. STREET,
ETAS always on band a. full assortment
of fin and JapRILTIOd Ware, Cooling and Parlor
Stoves of the boat manatacturies, Gate- Spouting, Roof
ing and Galvanized Iron Oornish, manufactured and put
up at reasonable rates. -
Sir Repairing promptly attended to. apr3o-dly
THE BEST GOODS FOIL THE LEAST MONEY
BOOTS AND SHOES,
and 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-d3ra
THEO. F. BCEEFFER,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
NO. 18, MARK 71 STREET,
iforParticalar attention paid to Printing, Ruling and
Binding of Badroad Blanks; Statufesta, Polk:des, Checks,
Drafta, &0.. Canna printed at $2, $3, $4, and $5 per
thousand in elegant style. . i2O.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS,
EST PENS in the world, for 750, $1 25
60, $2, $3, and lt, for sale at
feel 6 -.9 fiCIIIEFFER'S Bookstore.
ASUPERIOR article of Baled Hay, at
$l7 00 per tun for sale by
eblB JAMES 11.WHEXLICII.
VAMILY WASHING BLUE, as excel
-1: lent substitute for Indigo, for ea le at the wholesale
and retail grocery store of NIOBOLS & BOWMAN,
corner or Front and Market streets. .
this Bee manufacture d for Ladies' Burem)r Wear.
VIZI very low. A great many goods of new m Medal.
CATHCkRT & Baorma.
m'6 Next door to the Barrlsbelr Bank.
7,000 1 14 , 12.
an J d er a sey i . Sugar t
f C: w red o
New York) Corn Fed Sugar Cure s ? :rem i t j ust o re received.
aprlB W. DuCK, JR., & CO.
MASON'S "CHALLENGE SLACKING.
100 Grose, asilorted sizes, Just received, and for
sale at Wholesale prices,
dell &M. DOCK. Jr.. Oa
SOLDIER'S CAMP COMPANION. A
very convenient Writting Mast; absi, Portfolios,
Memorandum Boots, Portmommies, at •
n2O SCHEFPRIt'S BOORSlinti
TURKISH PRUNES, choice article, jus
received for sate low by
NICHoLS & BOWMAN,
myl2 Corner Front & Market streets. .
QIIN SHADEd, Sun Umorelias and Para
sols. Prices tea per cent lower thee elsewhere.
CIVIC-MT & BROTHEtt,..
myri Next door to the Harrisburg 'BOA.
POUNDS Extra Lo w 6.000 Cored Mans for sale very whole te
Or retail by am. 000 K JR., & 007
LAKJ R'S Cocoa and Sweet Chocolate,
traded JOHN WIMS, Third and Walnut. myl,
WARDELL & LEVI:NESS, Pickles ant
Wasps, for ale at JOHN WISSW,V-Pettiii
FREIGHT REDUCED I
HOWARD & HOPE
MORT a &
TO AND FROM
Goods Ordered in the
the same Night.
Leave New York at 71 P. PA., by the Fast
Through Express Train, arriving in Harrisburg
at 8 A. M
WITHOUT ORANGE OF OARS.
Order Goode marked
via HOPE EXPB,ESS CO.,
Genend Office, 162 Broadway, New York
For forthei informalion enquire of
GEO. BERGNER, Agent.
auummuno, Aug. 1861.:dtf
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of
administration on tee estate of 'timed Porter,
lase or Harrisburg, Dauphin county. deo% , have been
granted to the undersigned by the Register or Dauphin
vounty. All persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make iayment, and those having claims to present
thew for settlement to EOBEKT VAUGHN, Req., at the
Pegnsylvanis House, who is her ehy empoweres by the
undersigned to adjust any °items presented to him.
ssmuLt, MOM, Executor.
TO PAPER MAKERS.
undersigned will receive proposals at
the offoe of the State Printer irt
burg, until Thursday the 12th day of June,
1862, to 'supply the following described sized
paper, (samples to accompany proposals,) for
the State Printing for one year from July 1,
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 in price
The river must ba furnished in such quanti
the and at such times as required by the Su
perintendent of State Printing.
T. T. WORTH,
Superintendent of State Printing.
HARILIEMTRO, 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
. ICE CREAMS ICE CREAMS
ONE; ofthe greatest improvements, of
the 'age Pyne Is Bares Patent Ice Cream Freezer,
and Egg Beater, the great saver of ither. The mall
quantil of ice used and the exceeding short space of
tom required to mass good Ice cream in one of their
Freezers, ought to induce every family to purchase ono
of them: They have received sevoralstiver medal.; and
the highest premiums et exhibit one, over alt other
Freezers now in use. A pruned, circular containing the
very best receipt for mixing Ice cream, frozen custard,
ice waters, fie., with a number of certificates a d full
directions accompany each Freezer.
All orders for greezere, county or State rights will be
attended to by addressing W. 'ZARB,
my942m Harrisburg, Pa.
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will a large and well selected stock of
plain and fancy Confectionery of all kinds. At great va
riety-of toys of every description, Ladles' Wore Stands
and Fancy Baskets, Foreign Fruit; Nut% Dates and all
other articles generally kept is a confeeelbnery and toy
store. Receiving fresh supplies every week. Call and
examine fur yourselves. WM. H. WAGGONSR,
apr113.46m P. oprietor.
SCHIFIMFUIt BROTHERS & CO.,
AND DEALERS in Fancy Goode, Per-
Puckery, &G. Also agents for the sale of Refined
Petroleum, Illuminating Oil, superior to any coal oil •
tarnished in any quantities at the lowest mantel rates.
- • 170 and 172 William Street,
ja27-d6m] ' - NEW YORK
AGENTS I MERCHANTS 1 FEDLERS !
ENERGETIC men make $5 a day by
selling our UNION PRIZE STAPIONERY P.ACKErs
coataiehig Superior Stationery, Portraits of ELEVEN
GENb.HALS, and a piece of Jewelry. We guarantee sat
isfaction in quality of our good's. The gifts cons Ist of
fifty varietlee and styles of Jewelry, all useful and valu
able. Cereulare with full particulars mailed free. Ad
dress. L. B. HASKINS k CO,
apB6.3md - 36 Beekman street, New York.
A. C. EMITS,
OFFICE THEW STEEETI
mylOy) NEAR MARKET.
BIRD Fountains and Seed Boxes, Ca
nary and Hemp seed for sale by
NIOHOLS k BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
FINE lot of Messina Oranges and other
Foreign Fruits, jirit received and for sale by
NICHOLS di BOWMAN'S,
corner Front and Miitket
NEAP Patternsof Coal Oil Lamps, with
all the recently improved burners for sale by
INICHOLS & BOWMAN'S
oornar. Front And *t.rlcat Areeti.
TIANDEIJ.ON COFFEE I—A Fresh and
Air large supply or this Celebta:ed Cofthej est received
by 0821 Wi1.:9007 yr., y r co.
MOKED BEER—A splendid lot, large
and well oared.
VRESH FISH every Tuesday and Friday
at JOHN 'WISE'S Store, corner of Third and Wal
GOLD PENS I—The largest and best
2 t9 01 4 from $ l . OO to s4.(lo—warranted—at
EIHEFVER 8 BOOKSTORE.
LYKENS VALLEY NUT COAL.
JIIST received a full supply of; Lykeu
Valley Nut Coal, delivered by the Putout weigh
carte. For sale by JAMES M. WHEELER.
FRIIIM, Hominy, Beaus, &c.
JJatJOHN WISES_ myl
a r4B, Dates, Prunes,
isms, and all
kinds of Nate, at TO.I TORY WISE'S Store, Third and
OUR newly replenished stook of Toilet
and Fancy e.oods is nosurpassod In Ma oily and
looms confident of .reaskuisg satirisation,. won -
prottally invite iltyla. Rua
91 Market !tireet, two doors east ofFourth staistopoth
WM DOCK, JR, 41 CO