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Friday Morning, May EO, 1802.
DAUTFIIIf COUNTY MILITARY RSLIEY FUND.
The lamilies of volunteers, who have formerly
Neu iu charge of the City Committee, will call
at the Court House, on Friday evening next,
al LAI past five o'clock, when payment will be
By order of
GEORGE BERGNER, President
0 Fpwtoos Secretary. •
E 'WIT FOR WASHINGTON. —Five hundred
eoldicts of the 631 Indiana regiment, fully
lowed and equipped, under command of Lieut.
road Wednesday and proceeded southward via
Col. Wilson, arrived by the Pennsylvania rail
the Nt,i them Central railroad. They were
closely followed by a battery of six pieces from
LIE DATNTY-FOOTICD.—" Dainty-footed May"
i s just now giving ns very fair samples o 1 her
best "licks." The skies are as bright as a
new silver hall dollar, and the air is as balmy
as a breeze from a bay-field. The ladies who
are in ecetacies at the unusual opportunity af
forded them of wearing their new spring
doery, turn out in force, and they make the
Btreeta look at a distance like a vast kaleido
scopic millinery and dry goods establishment.
The wearers, of course, look blooming and
TREES is every reason to hope for a plentiful
supply of fruit this season. Fruit trees of all
kinds are very full of blossoms, and, unless an
untimely frost interposes, we shall have an old
fashioned supply of luscious peaches, apples,
plums, cherries, &c. In this connection we
venture a hint to some of our r itizens concern
ing their cherry trees. We notice an occasional
tree the limbs and twigs of which are covered
with small knots caused by the working of a
destructive insect. Every tree of this kind
should be cut down and burned. They are
worthless for butt•bearing purposes, and if not
destroyed by fire will communicate the disease
to all other ties in the vicinity, and after a tree
becomes diseased in this way it rarely lives
more than two or three years, and ceases to
LIE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RALLROAD.-It
affords us much pleasure to copy the following
extract from a late number of the London Ex
aminer. It indicates how an intelligent Euro
pean authority appreciates this management.—
Rile commenting on the financial condition
sad resources of the road, the Examiner says
"[let the point to which it desires to draw
atttti is, that out of the net profits there is
L rely as much devoted to the redemption of
bt as to the payment of dividends, and a sum
toady as Large as both sinkiug fund and divi
nd laud united, is applied to the purchase of
Li motives and cars to meet the increased
bmue43 ut the line. Our English system is to
low posterity on the principle that posterity
IlcVd Id anything for us. The Pennsylvania
H company appears to carry it,-; consider-
Soon tor v.sterlty to the utmost limits. Per-
haps there is a happy medium wherein both
a[ tuns might unite with advantage. But there
such a contrast between the practice of this
Amdicau line and that of our English railways,
th,t we cannot resist the opportunity of point
NORTH WESTERN BANG, WAREAN, PA.—The
Pat:burg Chronick of yesterday says:
phors against the credit and solvency of
have beeu in circulation for some
last and we learned yesterday that some
h inking houses received dispatches from
Not , rk, saying that its bills were no longer
eei dby the brokers of that city. "Ken.
- Bank Review" is in receipt of a letter
tde ca-bier of the bank, dated Warren,
which says: "I beg to assure you that
14. . 1, 111e5, the former operator In the Warren
.11t) Bank, has nothing whatever to do with
aa,k, and that the issues of the North
""t'-lip Bank KM all within the legal limits.
the excitement commenced about the
we have taken up and retired over $20,-
6 .0 f the circulation, and we can and will
Li, all the rest as it comes in, whether
1., r e in New York, Philadelphia or Pittsburgh.
VI( ltt nterly statement will be published next
'''h, when we will send you a copy."
cannot account for the rumor against
1, kink, except that it has been started by
d,,l,:niug individuals, for the purpose of buy
e,d it, the bills at a heavy discount. Would it
"I it- advisable for those persons having its
t , t, to be patient, and not hastily part with
the tuulley at ruinous rates, when it may turn
cut to be as good as the great bulk of Pennsyl
DEATH or GEN. Wm. H. Kram.—By command
of General Itl'elellan the following order was
plated and distributed among the Army of the
EfEaDQuAßlrika, ARMY OF TEE POTOMAC, f
CAMP IMAM COAL IlAhholl, May 26, '62.
of announces, with
regrct, the loss of Brigadier General William
11 Seim, of this army, who died Oh the 18th
is.t , Marrisburg, Pa., of typhoid fever, on
while in command of hie btigarle on the
General Kelm has received in civil life, from
th:: People of Pennsylvania, proofs of their con
tlei in his character and abilities, and under
requisition of the President, for the
rr, :401:1 of this rebellion, he was appointed
the Governor of Pennsylvania to the corn
ted of a brigade of the three monhts volun
tz, , if that &we. For his services in - that
fuN , tiQn he received from the President a simi
41p,intment in the volunteer service of the
`-wcd stet 'e, and continued faithfully to
cr its Aiuttee,eveu after disease had fastened
frupon him being at the battle of Williams
• th ough scarcel
gorse.y able to sit upon his"
a . life of usefulness and honor, he has
. stricken down While patriotically engaged
rary service of his country.
°remand of Major-General M'CLIKLIAR
S. WILLIAO Aset 4c i
141 . 4 E, Liu f. Cod., A. D. C. 4.• A. A. A. G.
HOOLEY AND CAMPBELL'S latafsrame.A popu
lar band of Ethiopian performers will open at
Sanford's Opera House, in this city, in a few
PSRSONAL.—FIorus B. Plimpton, FAq., o the
Cincinnati Commercial, late of the Pittsburg
press, passed through this city yesterday, oa his
way to Bank's division.- Ho goes there as the
special army correspondent of the Commercial.
Nsw Mum STORE.-A new agency for the
side of Steinway & Sons' pianofortes, sheet book
music, and musical instruments generally will
be opened in this city in a few days by Mr. Silas
Ward, a gentleman well known to our citizens
for his musical abilities.
MAN INJURED AT THE ROUND HOUGH.-008 of
the workmen employed at the round house of
the Pennsylvania railroad company, above our
city, was very seriously injured yesterday
by some of the machinery of that establish
ment. We could not learn the particulars.
AT Hour ON Funr.nuon.--Capt. D. J. Boyn
ton, company I, 93d regiment, is at home in
Middletown, having procured a furlough for
several days, to recruit his health. He gives a
good account of the Middletown boys in the
recent brilliant engagement at Williamsburg,
in which they took a prominent part.
"Swam" &rms.—Capt. a C. Davis of the
Harrisburg City Cavalry, attached to the
Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, now with the
army in Tennessee,has sent home to his family,
as a memento of the war, a cavaly sword and
an immense Bowie knife, the former captured
by the gallant captain from the rebel Colonel
Pegram, during a spirited engagement with the
enemy, in which the City Cavalry distinguished
itself. The sword is an old fashioned concern,
and looks as if it had done service in the revo
lutionary war. The knife is a formidable
looking weapon, evidently manufactured by
some country blacksmith from an old rasp, as
the peculiar indentations of that implement
are still visible on the surface of the blade. The
"relics" are to be seen at the Morgan House.
NEW Selmer. GENERAL ASSKIIBLY. —The follow •
ing are the resolutions, adopted unanimously,
last week at the meeting of the above body, at
Cincinnati, Ohio ; also the letter to the Presi
dent of the United States in behalf of the As
sembly, also passed unanimously. The letter
was handsomely engraved, and put in the
hands of Mr. Seward, brother of the Sectetary
of State, who was a member of the Assembly,
to be handed by him, in person to the Presi
dent, whose hands it has doubtless reached by
1. Affection and reverence for the National
2. That rebellion against such a government
as ours can have no excuse or palliation.
8. That whatever diversity of sentiment may
exist among the members of the Assembly in
regard to other wars, they are all of one mind
on the subject of the rebellion, and.•that the
"strictest advocates of peace may bear a part
in this deadly struggle for the life of the gov
4. That, while they have been utterly shocked
at the deep depravity of the authors of the re
bellion, etc., they yet entertain a deeper detes
tation of thoae men in the loyal states who
never utter a manly thought or opinion in favor
of the government, but who- apeloglze - for the
southern insurrectionists, "presenting the dif
ference between an open and avowed enemy
in the field, and a secret and invidious foe in
the bosum of our own family."
Et. That African slavery, and the desire to
make it perpetual, is the cause of the war; and
and that while they look upon this contest as
having one grand end in view—the restoration
of the Union, and yet they hold "that every
thing, the institution of slavery if need be,
roust be made to bend to this great purpose."
6. That they have great confidence in "the
President of the United States and his cabinet,
and in the commanders of our armies and navy,
and in the valiant men of this Republic, prose
cuting a holy warfare under their banners."
7.' That "our rulers in the cabinet, and our
commanders in the field and on the waters, and
the brave men under their leadership, may take
courage under the assurance that the Presbyte
rian Church of the United States are with
them in heart and hand—in life and effort—in
this fearful existing conflict."
8. That a copy of the resolutions signed by
the officers •of the Assembly - be forwarded to
the President of the United States, accompanied
by the following letter:
To the President of the United &ales :
The General Assembly of the Presbyterian
church, holding its annual session in the city
of Cincinnati, Ohio, in transmitting the fol
lowing resolutions, beg leave most respectfully
to express in a more personal manner the sen
timents of our church in reference to yourself
and the great issues with which you are called
to deal. It is with no desire to bring a mere
tribute of flattery, when we assure you, hon
orable sir, of the affection and confidence of
our church. Since the day of your inaugu
ration, the thousands of our membership have
followed you with unceasing prayer, beseech
ing the throne of Heaven on your behalf. In
our great church courts, in our lesser indica
tions, in our weekly assemblages, in the house
of God, at our family altars, in the inner place
' of prayer, you have been the burden of our pe_
titions ; and when we look at the history of
your administration hitherto, and at the won
derful way in which this people have been led
under your guidance, we glorify God on your
behalf. We give praise not to man, bnt to
God. In your firmness, your integrity chal
lenging the admiration of even our enemies,
your moderation, your wisdom, the timeli
ness, of your acts exhibited at criticaljunctures,
your paternal words, so eminently fitting the
chosen head of a great people, we recognize the
hand and power of God. We devoutly and hum.
bly accept it, as from Him, an answer to the
innumerable prayers which have gone up from
our hearts. We desire as a church to express
to you our reverence, our love, our deep sym
pathy with you in the greatness of your trust,
the depth of your personal bereavements, and
to pledge to you, as in all future, our perpetual
remembrance of you before God, and all the
support that loyal hearts can offer. We have
given our sons and some of our ministers to
the army and navy. Many of our church mem
bers have died in hospital and field. We are
glad that we have given them, and we exult
in that they were true to death. We gladly
pledge as many more as the cause of our coun
try may demand. We believe that there is Lint
one path before this people—this gigantic and
inexpressibly wicked rebellion must be destroyed
—the interests of humanity, the cause of God
and his church demand it at our hands. May
God give to you his great support, preserve
you, impart to you more than human wisdom,
and permit you, ere long, to rejoice in
liverance of our beloved country in
Ozonts Dlnfinum, D. D., Moderator,
lbws F. Hareratm, D. D., Stated Clk.
Wm. thantratt, Per. Clerk, pro tem.
Wuraex H. BROWN ' Tem.
. Filmic F. ELuswooD, Clerk s,
anta Zak) ifriiitiu morning. Map 30, 1862.
AT A Marisa of the Good Will Engine
Company held at their hall on Thursday even
ing, the 22d iost., the following resolution was
Resolved, That the following committee, ap
pointed to procure a bell, be authorized to
solicit aid from the citizens of Harrisburg.
W. G. WALTERS, GEO. NESTLES,
GEO. BINGAMON, DANIEL ROHRER,
Attest: W. K. VIMBEKE, Pres't
VAN AXBUItOII & Co.'s MENAGERIA.—This very
extensive and most complete Menagerie ever
get up in this country, is making a tour through
theeountry, and will visit H,trisburg on Monday
and Tuesday, :Tune 2d and 3a, and make an af
ternoon and evening exhibition. The proprie
tors wish it distinctly' understood by the moral
and religious: portion of :the commnpity, that
this is not a circus, 'but a iiedagerie exhibition
The display of lions, tigers, leopards, and
elephants is unusually numerous. Among the
elephants is the great warrior elephant Hanni
bal the largest animal in the known world.
Van Ambuigh, the celebrated tamer of wild
beasts, will enter the den of trained animals,
at each exhibition. The magnificent proces
sion of cages, wagons, &c., headed by a co
lossal golden chariot, with Otto Horn's cor
net band, will pass through the town about ten
o'clock, A. as., and will form a moving pano
rama of nearly a mile in length. See Adver
A. RETURNED PRISONER. —Private John Leh
man, of Highepire, this county, arrived
home on Saturday. He was captured by the
rebels'some seven months since, three of which
he spent as a prisoner of war at Columbus, S.
C., and four at Richmond. He was captured on
the steamer Fanny. It will be remembered
that this vessel was run aground by a rebel
pilot and surrendered to the, enemy. He states
that Colonel. Corcoran and a number of other
prisoners were sent from Richmond further
south, that the rebels are getting scarce of pro
visions, and that the soldiers had been put on
half rations for some time. The prisoners are
badly treated, and only receive provisions
enough to keep them alive.
MUSTERED OUT OF BERVIOB.—The First City
Zouaves, Capt. F. Asbury Awl, were mustered
out of service on Wednesday by Capt. Lane,
of the Third United. States Cavalry. This was
a great disappointment to the men composing
this company, as each had hastily though
thoroughly arranged his business for a three or
six months' campaign, in whatever locality or
service the government might have indicated ;
and we are certain that, had the opportunity
been afforded, the Zouaves would have distin
guished themselves and the city to which they
belong. It has been resolved to preserve the
organization of the corps, to engage in the drill
and in all respects make the Zouives perfect in
drill and discipline, so as to render it efficient
and ready, when danger again makes it neces
sary to summon them to the field. In this con
nection we deem it just to write that we omitted
to mention the name of one man, while,
referring to tboie in the employ of the proprie
tor of the TELEGRAPH, who had enlisted with
the Zonaves. One of the clerks attached to Mr.
Betoer's book store, William Gray, is the sr.l
- referred to, who, on the call, immediately
notified his employer of his oiled, and receiv
ed prompt permission to enlist, with the as
surance that his situation would be open to
him, whenever his term of service in the army
expired, arid he desired employment. There
is some solid practice in such patriotism, both
with employer and employee.
We anticipate good results from the resolu
tion of the Zonaves to maintain their organiza
FITZGERALD, the handsome and intellectual
editor of the Philadelphia City Item, who occa
sionally flys from the diet and turmoil of
metropolitan life, thus impertinently refers to
Harrisburg. He starts by asserting that this
is a pretty town in the summer time; but it
would be far more pretty if it were not for the
pretentionness of its buildings. Most of the
fine houses are built on very small lota—so with
the.churches, the banks, the court house and
other public buildings. Land is cheap here,
and every public building should be surrounded
with atmosphere. Near the Brady House is a
beautiful stone church, in Gothic-English style
—it is the molrt tasteful structure in the town ;
but, the building . (being larger than the lot,)
encroaches upon the side-walk, and it is there
fore obtrusive and impertinent. The fine houses
are over-loaded with ornament. The Jones
House is a case in point—it is tawdy—vulgarly
showy. This is the case with many private
houses, which are covered with cheap finery.
The Governor's house is, perhaps, good enough
for the purpose ; but its location is mean and
out of the way. A great State, like Pennsyl
vania ought to be ashamed to offer such a resi
dent e to her Chief Magistrate. And, the matter
of salaries for our public servants, is;deserving
—The editor of the Item may and he may
not be a judge of all he comments upon, but
at all events, his reference to our style of
architecture can be read with some profit by
the people of this city.
Oman Cigp&T! (Loma !—Having returned
from New York, I now have on band, and I
am daily receiving from the New York auction
sales, a large assortment of goods, which I offer
cheaper than ever. 20 pieces of carpet, from 374 ,
cents up to 87 cents; 40 pieces of beautiful'
Curtain muslin, very cheap; splendid black
silks at 75 cents, worth 90 cents ; good blaca
silk at $l, worth $1 25 ; black slk 82 inches
wide at $1 10, worth $lB7 ; 'very fine black
Bombazin at $1 10, worth $1 60 ; sum
mer silks at 60 cents a yard ; 10 pieces of
the finest Irish linen at 75 cents, worth $1 ;
1,000 hoop skirtkvat 50 75 and $l, very cheap.
Great bargains in stockings; 20 dozen hem
stitched handkerchiefs, at 25 and 81 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. 8. Lawir,
w3l-y Ithead's old stand.
RECZ/VBD from auction 25 pieces of colored
and srbite:stow Viaadint , 25C481c. Also, a
magnificent assortmebt of embroideries, each as
bands, edgings, inserting& ' Atliaiefe.
FASHION.-At every age of the world fashion
has mminande& a resiionable` 'consideration ;
and while we do not advocate a blind adherence
to all the mushroom productions, we Wok
that it is within our province to adore nature's
fair creation with suitable and becoming gar
ments, and, in this view, we refer to those
beautiful new styles of black silk sacks for la
dies. They have such a cosy and comfortable
appearance, and can be found in endless varituy
at the cheap dry goods house of Mich & Bow
BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE,
IRE BES 7 IN THE WORLD
WILLIAM . A.. BATCHELOR'S cele
brated Her Dye produces a color not io be die.
tinguish d from nalure—Earninted not so injure the
Hair in the lemt; remedirs the 'Deacons of bad dyes, and
invigorates the Hair for life. GREY, RED or RUSTY
HAIR mstlntly turns a splendid Black or Brown, leaving
the Hair soft andlbrautifuL .Sotaly allDruggiatl, &c.
NW?' The Genuine Is signed WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR,
on the four aides of each box.
FACTORY, No. 81 Barclay Street,
(I ate =Broadway and 16 Bond Street.) New YOBll.
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE.!
Win. A. Batchelor's
The only Harmlas and Reliable Dye Known I
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
if you wish , to escape ridicule.
GREY, ftED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
Injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN lii:DALS AND DIPLOMAS have b o
ded Wm. A. BA MD , * lit 9, and o ,000
applications have beoWaustle to the hair-;of ons
of his famous Dye.
Wm. A. BATCIIIILOWS 11Allt DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and, is w antpgrm
not to injure In the least, however long it may be - tin
ned, and the ill aegis of -bad Dyes remedied. Theittair
is invigorated ibr life by tbis splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at No. 16 Sand Street New York.
Sold In all the cites and towns at the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
The Genuine has the name " Wllßam A. Batchelor,"
and tuldresa upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
Bides of each box.
Wholesale Factory, 81 Pszolay Ft. , ,
Late 289 Broadway, New York
11w QUARTERV PI2OIBYLVAIn& MILITIA,
Barrisburg, May'27, 1862.
The Governor being notified by the Secretary
of War, by telegraphic despatch, received this
afternoon, that the President will no longer
"require any other troops from -Pennsylvania
to be mustered into the 'United ,States service,
but those who volunteer for three years or during
the war," General Orders Nos. 28, 24 and 26
of these head quarters, dated on the 26th in
stant, calling for three month' s volunteer nielitia, are
hereby countermanded and revoked.
11. All commanding officers, who may have
issued their orders for the mustering into the
service of the United States of their respective
commands, under the said orders of the 26th
inst., are hereby ordered to countermand the
111. The Governor, on issuing this order,
congratulates the people of Pennsylvania on the
information received from the War DePartment,
that the emergency which seemed to the Go
vernment of the United States so imperatively
to demand their immediate service, no longer
exists, and would also commend the patriotic
zeal and alacrity manifested in every section of
the Commonwealth, to meet it.
By order of A. G. CURTIN . ,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
A. L. Rasura., Adjutant General. m2B-d3t.
1862. SPRING OPENING 1862.
Black and Second Illournlng Dress Goods,
Shawls Tails Collars dm
Full, 1% yard wide Lupin's all woof -Delable:s.
Saperlor makes of Bombazines.
Splendid Styles of French Ginghams.
Large stock of Lustrea and alpaceas.
an Black and Purple Dress Silks.
$6.1 Plain Utak Stylish' Rep Bike.
Black and white Fowlard Silks
Purple and Black do.
Plain do. do
Small Checked do.
pp Neapolitan do.
(ail wool Dabbles.
riled all wool Delaines.
o Shepherd's Plaids.
.mi " Silk Challis..
Long Black Thlbbet Shawls. Mohair's, &c.
Square Plaid Black and White Shawls.
Square Thlbbet. Black Shawls.
-2 yard Wide khibbet for Shawls,
Very Superior a nglish Crepe Veils, all sizes.
large stock of aloglish Cregeßollars, all sizes.
ai Black bordered Hem Stitch Handkerchiefs.
'—' Black Gloves of every description.
PI White Second Mourning Collars.
Setts of Collar. and Sleeves.
Slik.a.nd Cotton Hosiery.
Black Love Veils.
ces Jouvin's Kid Gloves.
es Mantua Ribbons.
Particular attention is paid and invited to our
stock of the above goods. We are eontaantiv re
ceiving new add' tont .furc lasers wal always
find a full ass
C ATHCART & B ROTHRR,
Neat door to the H trrlaburg Bank.
No. 11 Market. Square.
LAZE " TROUZ
JUST received a small invoice of
MACKINAW LAKE TROUT,
The quality very superior, and the price very low.
• Vill. - DOCK-, JR., & CO.
FlBl - 1 invoice- of Oranges, Lemons,
Cocoa du's, Dates, Raisins, &0 ., for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Brent and Market streets.
ITAVING made efficient and permament
arrabgements for the . Pltalltml; _we are now Pre
primp tdimske 8 fßAlirßllflaßad of every kind, prompt
wand at reasonable rates. We shall use iron made by
Italy t Brother, the reputation of which is second to
moss in the market.
None bathe best hands employed. Repairing prompt
ly attended to. Address BAGLB HORH:%
mogly • Harrisburg, Pa.
FAMILY WABHING BLUE, atieliar
lent flanSlitote for Indigo, for se le at the wholesale
and retail grocery store of
.I.IIOHOLS Si BOWMAN,
corner of Front end Market streets. .
MOURNING GOODa . .-: Every tlimg in
CRS line mtnnfamured for tames'Summ ar Wear.
Priors very.lllv._ A. great many goodoof en tr material.
CATHCART & RAO r lOW
m 36 Nen door m the Harrisbnig Bank.
10 0 o Jersey Sugar
(rle.. York) Co r n r 0 d ° 1 3 34
ar ana cZerr i t, 4 just rece ived.
aprlB W. Dwe., &0 i.
JERSEY HAMI-Ten tierces of, thee&
puny cDobrated law carol Mac raeived anq
or so sin Low or mall qoorititiool
WY. Doom, JR, a co.
GARDNER & HEMMING'S
GREAT AME RICAN
Hi; LARGEST and most completely equip•
ped Equestrian Establishment in the world,
comprising a better collection of beautifully
trained Hors-s and a larger number of talented
Performers than any company extant,
ON MONDAY dIND TUESD.I2Y,
JUNE 2d and 3d, 1862.
Doors open at 2 and 7 o'clock, performance
to commence half an hour later. Admission
The management takes pleasure in announc
ing to the public that they are able to cater for
there amusement this season of '62, in a supe
rior manner to any traveling company. The
wagons have been s newly painted and decorated
so as to present a neat and elegant appearance.
The harness' is new end beautiful. The band
a triumph of art, the dresses are of the
mojt costly dowription manufactured from
designs imported from Paris daring the past
Hair Dye I
ENGLISH STEEPLE CHASE
is a great feature of the Exhibition; also the
in which all the horEea lay down and eitmp at
the word of command. The Great Talking
will be introduced by his Trainer,
LOOK AT THE LIST OF PERFORMUIS :
Dan. Gardner, B. Hemmings, Geo. Derious,
Henry Moreste, John Foster, Signoir Parker,
King Brothers, W. 'Hill, W. Green, C Bicker,
T. Swan, B. Ball. Miss Eliza Gardner, Madame
Camille, Little Minnie, Master Ed. Gardner and
a host of well selected anallirlea. There is
THREE GREAT CLOWNS
Dan. Gardner, John Foster and Young Dan.
On the morning of Exhibition the company
will enter town in Grand Procession, headed
by Peter Britner's American Brass Band seated
in there Band Carriage, drawn by a line of
Beautiful Horses, followed by all the Horses,
Ponies, Carriages, Luggage Vans, Stc., &o.
Eir Will also exhibit at Hurrunelstown on
Wednesday, Jane 4.
W. H. GARDNER, Agent.
Cl. WEn242; Advertisers.
B. BALL, my2l-dtd
BOOK-BINBEES' RULING-MAMA AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND MAIDDIMS FOR
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
General Machine Work and'lron and &ass
- WOOD TURNING IN ALL ITS DRANOURP,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, EX, E7C.,
Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Bran
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, Btc.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS
Cash paid for Old Copper, Brags, Spaliar,
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of various patterns, both siationA ry and ervingin?. Fash
Wel,;hts and various whvr building castings, for sale
very Chap at the foly2t-lyr EsOLa WORKS.
GROVER & BAKER'S
PARTICULAR attention is called to the
fact that, besides 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 stock
either a machine making the
GROVER AND BALER STITCH
or one making the
LOCK' STITCH, •
the only valuable Sewing Machine stitches practical
PRIORS FROM $4O UPWARDS.
Office 730 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
Far sale by
MRS. E. BEENIZER,
78 Market Street, Harrisburg
EXCELSIOR HAMS !
THESE HAMS are cured by a
NEW YORK FARMER,
And are decidedly the most deliciona and delicately fie:
Torah in the marxet. They rival
NEWBOLD'S FAMOU S,
and mat little more thin half. W. DOCK, Jr., & Co.
PROPOSALS will be received at the office of
the undersigned until the 3d day of June
next, for the driving of 300 yards, or there
abputs, of a Tunnel in Lykens Valley. Tunnel
to be 84. feet high, 12 feet wide at top,. and 15
feet wide at bottom. For further particulars
call on Daniel Hoffman, Civil Engineer, or
on the undersigned at Wiconisco.
my2o-dtd HENRY THOMAS.
WM. T. BISHOP,
ATTORNEY -42-7 LAW,
OFFICE NEXT DOOR TOW YKLE'S HALL,
OPPOSITE NEW COVET-HOUSE.
Consultations in German and English.
THREE CENTS PER PAPER.
,OUR fresh stock of Superior Flower
and Garden Seeds we have determined,,te sekat
, hree cents per paper. Ca ll at No. 91 'Parket street,
Seller's drug and fancy store, and you W4 l at , to tint
J. Wesley Jones , due double asters and ten week s t o a t ,
at - price::
EA 11 S 0 N BROWNLOW'S GREAT
BOOK. —As subscription lid I s now open for
nknos book at •
R. S. eIIitMAWS BOOK ii 6.
.nty6lisOntro No. 27 South thoondt..'
WILL EXHIBIT IN
ABOVE STATE STREET.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
WHOLFSALE AND 'RETAIL
Corner Front and Market Streets,
RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of
the public to their lar.e end well selected studs of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND DO
- INESTIC FRUITS,
Including among others,
LEMONS, &0., &O
We invite an examination of our superior
Nog EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
The best in the market in every respect, to
gether with all kinds of
LAMPS, SHADES, BURNERS, WICKS and
Cheaper than any place in Elarrisburg. 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 & BOW MAN,•
my2o Corner Front and Mari. et Sts.
TO PAPER MAKERS.
1111 E undersigned will receive proposals at
1 the office of the State Printer in Harris
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 pepar must be furnished in Bch quanti
ties and at such times as required by the Su
perintendent of State Printing.
T. T. WORTH,
Superintendent of State Printing.
HARRISBURG, May 9. 1862.
North American and Press,Philadelphia ;
and Gazette, Pittsburg , publis twice a week
until day of letting, and send bills to the ad
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will lind a large and well seLnted stock of
plain and fancy Contethonery of al. kinds. a great va
riety of toys of every description, Ladles' Wont Stands
and Fancy Baskets, Fo'elga Fr.rita, Nets, Dues and all
other articles generally Kepi. Is a confe.uloaery and toy
store. Receiving fresh supplies •-ve-y weak. Cali and
examinefor yoarselecia. W.A. EL WILKSJNER,
aprlll-dBm P °printer.
nu BEST GOODS FOE THE LEAST MONET
BOOTS AN]) SHOES,
and at all
Next door to the Court House,3
Also a general assortment of TRUNKS, VA
LISES and CARPET BAGS, at the lowest
cash prices. mar2B-63m
A. C. SMITS,
OFFICE THIRD STREET.
mylOy) NEAR MARKET.
IT P. &W. C. TAYLOR'S N t W SOAP.
Jui..• It is economical and highly detersiva. It con
tains no main and wilt not waste. It is warranted not
to Injure the hands. It will impart an agreeable odor,
And is therelore suitable for every purpose. For
ale by WM. DOCK, Jr. & Co.
OUR. newly replenished stock of Toilet
and Fancy Goods is unsurpassed in this city, and
jeenng confident of rendering sstislaction, we would res
pect( ully invite a call. KRLLICkt,
iii Market street, two doors east of Fourth street, south
GARDEN SEEDS.—Just received a
large :mice of cooice Garden eeea.—compridog
it greater variety or Imported and home growth than
has ever been offered in this city. Those who may
desire to purchase, can depend upon getting the best in
the world, at the wholesale and retail grocery store of
WM. DOCK, JR. k CO.
ar 101, Wm. G. Murray's War Hqrse at
%_/ J. D. Hoffman's Livery. tror information apply to
Corner of Third and .fate Street.
SALT, Coarse, Turk's Island, Fine, in
large and small sacks for dairy use, all purcoatiod
beibre the late else, and for sale ow by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
BIRD Fountains and seed Boxes, Ca
nary and Hemp at ed for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
- L - N.DNE lot of Messina Oranges and other
11 Foreign Fruits, Jun received and for sale by
NICHOLS & MO Wqd N 'd,
corner Front and Market streets.
NEW Patterns of Coal Oil Lamps, with
all the recently Improved burners for sale by
MCBOLS & BOWMAN'S
comer. S'rnoe qeoi ,reel :treets.
WANTED. IMMEDIATELY.—A few
machuges and Blackamlths. Require at the
mp2O•dtt Haltithal:lßG OAR SHOP.
DANDELION COFFEE I—A. Fresh and
large supply of We Celebrated Cofreel ust received
by [Jai] Whi..lloof Jr., & CO.
SMOKED BEEF .—A splendid lot, large
and well oared.
itoRESH FISH every Tuesday and Friday
J at JOHN WISE'S Store, corner of third and Wm
G OLD PEN 6 I—The largest and best
AA stock, from $l.OO to sl.oo—warrapted— rit BHKRVRR a BOOKSTORE.
LYKENS VALLEY NUT COAL.
TT S T received a full supply of Lyken
J Valley Nut Coal, detriteted by the patent weigh
tarts. For sale by JADED SE vrEssua.
DRIAD FRUITS, Hominy, Beans, &o.
at JOHN DIA
iLNitit, Dates Prunes, Raisins, and all
kIM, or -anti; at JOHN WISE'S Store, Third and
WM DOCK, JIL k CO