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ghtorday Horning, May 31, 1863.
SALE OF CHOICF. FLowess.—A new and choice
1,4 of flowvis will be exposed at public sale at
10 o'clock to-morrow morning to the lower
market house. They were raised by hir. John
Loban, above this city, and are fine samples of
tioniculture. The sale will be a great attrac
tion, t npecially to tho ladies, who will doubtless
be on hand In great, numbers.
His Nsua.—The name of the man injured
at the Round House of the Pennsylvania Rail
mad Company above our city, noticed in last
evening's Timscuters, is Mr. Geo. Smith, the
father of the triplets, born a few months since.
Re was injured while running a circular saw, a
piece of wood having flew from the machine
and knocked him down, inflicting a serious
wound on the held. He was rapidly improving
MISS WOODWARD'S SCHOOL.--Cot. Fitzgerald,
of the Philadelphia City hart, thus speaks of a
recent visit he made to Miss Woodward's
School in this city:
"I spent an hour very pleasantly in the pub
lic school over which Miss Woodward presides.
An examination of the pupils in drawing, mu
sic, reading, etc., furnished abundant evidence
of the ability of the teacher and the proficiency
of the pupils. The school is most admirably
conducted. The other departments were like
wise very carefully governed and well taught.
Miss Woodward, unlike many other teachers,
is sensible of the importance of teaching chil
dren the graces of deportment."
SPRING Boswers.—The milliners of our city
are busily engaged in supplyicg their customers
with new spring bonnets. There is nothing
more noticeable, or add more. to a lady's ap•
pearance than a pretty bonnet, " a love of a
bonnet," as they term them. The spring style
le a little above anything that has been worn
recently, and if the system of extension con
tinues another year or two, the bonnet worn
by the " Old Folks," at their concerts will not
be so " outlandjsh" looking affairs as they
were a year or two ego. The present height of
of the fashion requires a small flower garden to
Jill the space above the top of the head.
TAR LOCHIEL CAVALRY.-It will be seen by
the following from the Louisville lourtaai of the
24th iost., that the Ninth regiment, Pennsyl
vinia (Lochiel) cavalry,is doing efficient service
against the rebel guerillas who infest the
country adjoining the boundary line between
Kentucky and Tennessee:
On Sunday last, Major Brown, of Colonel
im's Ninth regiment Pennsylvania Csv
illy, with a squadron consisting of companies
U tnd K, captursd four men of Morgan's baud,
tear Alien's Springs. They had -burned the
Lobe 01 a Union man and committed other
depredations. They are now safely lodged in
pisr,n at Nashville. A. portion of this fine
Pennsylvania regiment has been for some time
stationed at Gallatin, and has render° I very
etliclent service. Col. Williams, Lieut. Col.
James, Majors Jordan and Brown, are as fine
officers as the Union has engaged in the holy
cause of Its preservation.
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LIISTLIMSINO SIIICIDE.—A most sad incident
u,currul in Frederick, Maryland, ou Monday
cut in the death by suicide 'of Miss Medusa
,tged eighteen years, the betrothed bride
IL - Young soldier, Dennis Stull, wbo died
rounds received on the battle field in
th. of the "Stars and stripes." Miss Wise,
lb-, while visiting at a friend's house on
!,) evening, wee observed to swallow a
of laudanum, from a two-ounce vial ;
epokt n to about it, treated the sub
unconcern, remarking that she felt
and took it as a remedy. She then
t her home at Mr. James T. Smith's re.
• > in E. Churoh street, and retired to rest.
morning she was found dead, her per
composed•and the trace of a grati
iie lingering on her face. It seems,
tt t. t the funeral of her lover, she placed her
Lh - r , ol> under his head, and remarked that she
H n)t long survive him, and when her own
v•aq discovered, the photograph of her
ILL-11. , N1 was found under her head, signifying
t L" ~I zll that it should be interred with her
t `mti: , * This is a sad episode of the unnatu
ll+ war which is devastating the land and has
ad le I another fair victim to the broktn-heart
triiit, sacrificed at the shrine of treason.
THE STORM AT THE " ' UPPER END. " OUT
leaders will recollect the heavy storm of wind
and rain which passed over our city last Wednes
day week. The same storm appears to have
previens4 visited Lykens and Clark's valley, in
the tapper sod of this county with unusual
severity, attended with destruction of property
end loss of life. Thu Journal, of Lykeustowo,
stye of the storm: "It began about dark and
coutinued until midnight—rain falling in tor
rzi.ts. The damage in town was trifling,
i ,, ,11. 1 about four miles below Lykene great
I tltii.ction of property ensued. The barna of
G. Boger and his brother Wm. Boyer, were
t 't , I I Y demolished. It appeared as if they h a d
Sited from the foundation and then over.
I '"atd Horses and cattle were covered with
r.iing, though strange to say, with the ex
'Ttion of a few trifling bruises, were not in
t qte,l. Another Boyer had his barn raised from
the foutidittiou about two feet on the one side
Ett] there it remains. Mr. C. Shoefatall had
lee earn completely woofed, and that of Mr.
licklure was similarly situated.
li :111s. D. Reinoehl, with her son, from Clark's
411 e9, were driving home on the same evening
a tr,e, measuring two feet in diameter, fell
0 J o fir Ass the horse, killing him. By the exerldonfr
F. Englebert and others, the party
were released from their leafy covering, not in
the least harmed.
Tits Fos:lv-Sum PRXNEWLVABIA RIOIMLNT.—
This regiment, under the command of Colonel
Joseph F. Knipe, of this city, took a prominent
part in the engagements with the rebels during
the recent retrograde movement of General
Banks' division. .
Captain W. L. Foulk, of Pittsburg, in a let
ter to the Chronicle of that city, thus alludes to
the action of the regimtnt in these engage
The First Brigade,
consisting of the Forty
sixth Pennsylvania, Twenty-eighth New Yr:l)k
and Fifth Connecticut regiments were encamped
close by, and southeast of the town, while the
Third Brigade—Twenty-seventh Indiana, Third
Wisconsin, Second Massachusetts and Twenty
ninth Pennsylvania regiments—was encamped
on the southwest. Rebels opened fire on the
Third Brigade with two batteries, on the south
and west of it, while, at the same time, a fire
from the batteries was commenced to the
south and east of the First Brigade. The regi
ments of each brigade were encamped near to
gether. Our batteries were soon in position. A
section of Captain Best's and the New York
battery were planted near the First brigade. A
section of Captain Hampton's of Pittsburg, and
Captain Best's, took up position under cover of
the Third brigade.
Our infantry were closed en masse immediately
after the first fire of the rebel battery, in read
-1 inm to be moved to any place to term line of
battle. The firing was kept up on all sides for
two hours, and there was nothing but a con
tinued roar of cannon, and their shells and balls
fell close to our batteries, but no injury was
sustained by them, the range being generally
too high, but falling and bursting quite close
to them. Several men were killeti and others
wounded, in the Forty sixth Pennsylvania by
these shells, and it is a matter of surprise that
many more have not been killed or wounded
by them, as they fell and burst at every fire
close around it.
The rebel infantry on the east of the town
gradually advanced under cover of woods and
a ravine until they readied a stone fence about
fifiy yards in advaticeof the first brigade,where
they commence an attack upon us with their
musketry, which was promptly retured, and
with such precision that they were soon obliged
to retreat, suffering severely, our fire being
kept op on them until they were out of range
of our musketry. The smoke from the inces
sant firing kept up for nearly a half hour, ob
scured our view and hid the enemy for a time
entirely from our sight. The 416th regiment
suffered at tbis time, sustaining the heaviest
loss, but resisted the attack with firmness and
determination to drive them back, even at the
point of the bayonet. The field officers at this
time displayed great presence of mind. Cols.
Knipe, Selfridge, and Major Matthews were
constantly urging the men to action, and were
in the thickest of the engagement. During
this time the batteries were constantly throwing
their shot and shell, which in every direction
could be heard whistling in the air, and every
here and there could be seen branches of trees
being cut away, as though it • had been done
with a knife.
On our right, to the southwest of the town,
the rebel infantry advanced in large numbers,
evidently 'very strong, and, after a constant
fire, our third brigade commenced to retreat,
but slowly and in perfect order. Up to• this
time, nearly nine o'clock, the first brigade was
confident of success, although aware of the
superior force in numbers of the enemy ; but
when the third was, obliged to commence
retreating, it cast a gloom over every man who
witnessed it. It was plainly to be seen that the
First would have to follow the example, as the
rebels were advancing in large numbers on the
west of the town, and soon would cutoff our
retreat. As soon as the third brigade came
opposite to us, the 46th Pennsylvania received
orders to form by the flank and marched off
the ground in good order, passing - through
Winchester on the street east of the main
street. Both Brigades were passing but of the
town at the same time, the rebels firing upon
.us for several miles with their infantry and
batteries—the latter pushed after us until we
`got to near Martinsburg, a distance of about
In addition to the above, we gather the fol
owing particulars of the battle, and the eon
duct of the 48th Pennsylvania, from another
The Major, Adjutant, and in fact all, were
alike cool and brave. Capt. G. A. Brooks, of
Company D, the dolor company, received a
ball through the skirt of his coat. Himself
and hie company are referred .to in exalted
terms, as is, also, that of Capt. Wise, of Bead
ing. Color. Sergeant James McQuillan behaved
nobly. While bearing the colors, he was
wounded by a Minnie ball, in the calf of the
leg. For a moment he dropped, and then, with
one hand raised above his bead, cheering his;
comrades, and with the other waving the. Stare
and Stripes, he arose and apparently forgetting
his wound, marched in advance. The flag re
ceived two balls. Among the prisoners taken
by the enemy were Capt.oyrus Strauss,of Com
pany K, from Northumberland county, and
Lieutenant A. W. Selfridge, of Company H,
from Bethlehem. Both officers were engaged
upon a court martial at Strasburg, and in
attempting to join their regiment were cut off.
The wounded in the engagement forgot thdir
wounds, in their patriotism. One poor fellow,
belonging to Company A, of the Forty-sixth,
with the top of his left hand blown off by a
piece of shell, walked coolly along with his
musket trailing in his right, until Col. Knipe
ordered him to the rear, while another, wound
ed in the calf of the leg, walked twelve miles
before he was compelled to succumb to his pain.
001. Knipe bad previously given up his horse
to a wounded private, and Lieut. Colonel Self
ridge bad a few moments before done likewise.
Brigadier General (acting Major) Williams was
passing at the moment, and immediately dis
mounting, made the wounded private take his
place in the saddle, while he walked. With
such sympathy, such feeling, on the part of
the officers, how could men fail to fight well. .
The total loss of the Forty-sixth, up to the
present time, is as follows:
Sttled Wounded. Main,.
..0 3 10.
..1 Notrep. Not rep.
..0 6 5.
.0 4 2
..1 3 12
..0 6 11
..0 6 8
..1 2 7
...0 . 8 4
(lea Ft to AND PLUMBENG.—Mr. William A.
Parkhill has taken a•leased the building in
Third street, adjoining our office, formerly oc
cupied by Harry Cunkle, deceased, and is now
fully prepared to attend to all orders for gas
fitting and plumbing with which he may be
favored by our citizens. He has none bat ac
complished workmen in his employ, and being
a skillful mechanic himself, he cannot fail to
give the utmost satisfaction. His establishment
is filled with a large variety of gas fixtures,
from the celebrated establishment of Cornelions
& Co., Philadelphia, which make a beautiful
display, and never fails to attract the eye of
those who pass his show window. Mr. Parkhill
is a very deserving young mechanic, and we
cheerfully commend him to public favor.
BANAD.-A large supply of splendid Bread
Blzotlit and Cakes, at Finley's stall this morn
Peunopluartid 'it digraph • ititurbag Morning. Map 31, 1862.
CALL at, Finley's stall in market this morn
ing and try his Bread at 3 cents a pound, or 4
cent loaves for 3 cents.
lansessrorscs Into/D.—We are under obliga
tions to Mr. Geo. W. Cole for a complimentary
ticket to pass to and from Independence Island
during the season. We shall' certainly avail
ourselves of Mr. Cole's favor whenever an op
portunity occurs, for in our opinion there is not
a more pleasant and agreeable spot in the vi
cinity of this city, orlon that Presents greater
inducements to enjoy a few hours' recreation
from, the cares.and , toil of busium than =this
same Island. Put dowdfiir frequbnt chances,
Tits Lascesrsa EXPRISS does not relish our
flank style of ) mahinOist - Our ,rO/2 of : Sonar." i
That s noting, simply because a spice of envy
constitutes, a certain description of rivalry, in
good deeds. But the hpress should have pub
lished the names of those immortal "six." The
only soldier weitnoW iii ibat*offtoe is ontfriend
Ben Ober, and if fhelexpress considers that he
is as good. mi.." ordinari min, we beg
leave to acquiesce. Ben is brave, talented,
and in the opinion of the girls, beautiful. He is
therefore as good as " six " men not possessing
like qualities. Does, the Express accept our
construction fo its " six" recruits ?
SLNGULAE FANGY.—Tbe West Chester Repub
lican records the death of ao old man who has
kept his , coffin in his house for-thirty years.—
Until within a few years he• resided on a small
farm three miles from West Chester. On one
occasion he cut 'down a fum vialnnt tree grow
ing on. hie place,: :had it sawed into.boards, and
the coffin was made from a portion of the' lum
ber. Without 'cOnitnutticating his purpose to,
any one he took the board to a cabinet maker,
the coffin made and one - day it came home
!while he was abient, csuldcg considerable con-
Sternation- in his family. He was rather an ec
centric person, but a kind neighbor and a good.
citizen. Last week this uncomfortable rensita
der of death was brought forth, varnished, and
he was carried in it to the grave.
Muon has been said in the papers urging the
farmers to plant largely the present season, and
it is not too late to encourage
in. the Work.cf plowing, planting and sowing,
every,. foot of .land that they can poasibly work'.
to advantage. All acconntsagree that there. is
great scarcity in the south and that the crops .
are neglected ttiroughont eXteissive portious
the southern States which have heretofore pro
duced most largely. A l . year hence food'will
command famine prices in many partial the
country, and; as a consequence,` the, price will.be,
greatly enhanced at hoineF . Farmers will ; find
a ready market for ev.ery birshelof produce that
they can raise. The war %ill prove a great.
benefit sc; far o . c lisposin g of their crops
is concernad, and thin share of the expenses of
the government will be a light burden compar
ed with the profits they will derive from fur
nlshing supplies for the army, and food for the
;famished districts of the south as fast as they
are occupied by the Union forces. Every far
mer that has the sagacity to improve upon this
'suggestion will find a pocket full of evidence
twelve months hence to , verify our prediction.
Mountie Wars.: 4, --We agree With tui hitelli
'gent cotemporary that those who have` never
'tried the, exercise of a morning walk, (we mean
'an early morning walk takeri about the time
_shaking the dew-drops from. -her
golden lOcks,),are entirely
.strangete to its re
juvenating, (there now, me did not intend' to
, use that big word,) and exhilarating influences.,
Ye who love to slumber and dose away the,
precious hours of morning, up ! and catch ant
inspiration of the balmy air, ladened with the
fragrance and trestiness of the verdant meads
and pleasant vales, and moistened by ' , nature's
tear drops," and harmonious with the first song
of the lark, the robin, or the blackbird, while
now ant then the famous whistler—" bon
white" performs a brief interlude to the general
chorus ; and rest assured reader, if you are a
lady, it will have a better effect in beautifying
your complexion than the use of half-a-dozen
bottle& of the " Balm of a Thousand Flo ere;"
and you will ever afterward discard the appli-
cation of rough or carmine. &merry -walk. in
May, why there is something poetical in the
very idea ; but there is something much more
Poetic in the reality. Try it on.
FASHION.—At every age of the world fashion
has commanded a reasonable consideration ;
and while we do not advocate a blind adherence
to all the mushroom productions, we think
that it is within our province to adorn nature's
fair creation with suitable and lkcoming gar
ments, and, in this view, we refer to those
beautiful new styles of bla ck silk wicks for la
dies. They have such a cosy and comfortable
appearance, and can be found in endless variety
at the cheap dry goods house of Errich & Bow
OARPBT CauPir Cazr.sr I—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 37}
cents up to 87 cents ; 40 pieces of beautiful
Curtain muslin, very cheap.; splendid black
silks at 75 cents, worth 90 cents ; good blacn
silk at $l, worth $1 25 ; black silk 32 inches
wide at $1 10, worth Si 37 ; vary fine black
Bombazin at $1 10, worth $1 60 ; sum
mer silks at 50 cents a yard ; 10 pieces of
the finest Irish linen at 76 cents, worth $1 ;
1 1,000 hoop skirts, at 60 75 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.. - 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 wholesalp buyers. B.lxwir,
m3l-y • Rhoad's old stand.
Reciavao from auction 25:: pieces of colored
and white stow ,Wadding 25®31c. Also, a
Magnificent ititsurtment„of embroideries, such as
bands, edgings, insertings. At larwY's.
• BATOBILOR'S HAIR DU I
rIIE BBB? IN TEE WORLD
IaTILLIAM A. gATCHRLOR'S
brated Hair Dye produces a color not to be die
ffugultdied nature,-warranted not. to Injure the
Hair in the least ; remedies she effects or bad dyen and
invigorates the Hair for life, WRY, RfD or RUSTY
RelteratintAr-tiirbetitelondid'Blick or Brown, leaving
the Mir:Mt andbWinul !!S i s i abY allpru gg ist ta u
AEiit Th eMiliksills ad is' W 7 4.44 ,10 '_ A!!B4 1. ;It
an ute four 'gad iseji bOti. , .
revival-, No. on Barclay' et
(Late 233 Broadway and 16 Bond Street.) New YORK.
FLAIR DYE! FLAIR DYE!!
Win.' A. liatchelor's. Dye 1
The Only flarniliiis And Rellabby Dye Known I
All others era mere Imitations, sod should be avowed
if you wish to escape reticule.
GREY, RED OR Rusry BAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brownor Sleek, without the least
Injury to !fair or Ulm
FIFTEEN MiDALS Ai DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to W%. A. Barrnsrunt ginne 18: 9, and over 200,000
spplirsUone Luve been made to the hair of the patrons
of ble famous Dye.
Wm. A. BuTCI-31114)Ft'S HAIR Dys prod.es a color
not to bo 414Inguished fro nal-I-tare and la wewoman
not to myttrain the toast, however long it lOAV he contin
ued, and the ill tfeetsof r OaO,Gt as remedied- vie hair
in invigorated for life Ihltt iPlandlct Dye. which IA prop•
erly applied at No. 16 Man Street New Writ.
Rohl P. all the citee torus of 'the United Staten, by
Druggists and Fancy Goode Dealers -
The Genuine has the name "William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate' engraving. on the font
*ides of each boa.
aitoleatile Factory, 81, Farelay St.,
Late 23 . 3 >3ioadWay, New Yerit
.. WM. KNOCHE,
93 . Market street, ilarrisburg, Pa.,
r ) .EIS. IV CO
NEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the bee
makers, from $2OO upwards.
• MELODEONS. ,
'11:1L BEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU.
MENTS, FROM $46 to $lOO.
guitars, Violins, Accordsons, Finies,
Fifes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and mud:-
cal.merehandise in general.
ME LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
hand. Music sent IT mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOO
i Suitable for looklni glama, and all. kinds of
pictura rdwaya on hand.
fine assortment of bssCplated
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of, frame made, to order at the
1862. SPRING OPENING 1862.
Black and Second Mourning Dress Goods,
Shawls, Veils, Collars, ia
Full, l}g yard wide Lupin's all wool Detainee.
Stipa. for makes of Bombes(nee.
Splendid Styles or French Ginghams.
_ Large stook of Lustres and Slipaooaa.
r 6, Black and Purple Dress Silks.
Plain black Switch Rep Si ks.
Blank and white rowlsed Sines
Purple and 'Black do.
1 11 0 Plain do. do
g . Small Checked do.
act • Neapolitando.
M . 11 4 '
1111 wool Delaines.
pig'd all wool IJelalues.
. shepherd's Pta Ids.
- Eng. Cbintziss.
Long Bleak Thibbet Shawls.
Square Plaid Muck and White Shawls.
Senora Thibbet Black Shawls.
2 yard Wide Thibbet for Shawls,
Very Superior Lr palish Crepe'Vells, all sties.
Large stook of Boglish Crepe Collars, all sizes.
.41 Black bordered Sens Utah. niadkerchieb, _
Black Gloves or every description.
g White Second Mourning Collars.
' Setts of Collar and Sleeves.
Bilk and Cotton Hosiery
cro Black Love Veils.
Jouvitt's Kid Gloves.
Mantua Ribbons. ' •
' Belting do.
Particular attentiOu to paid and Invited to our
stock of the above goods. Wa are constantly re
ceiving . new addiiont. Parc taws rill - a/tways
find anal ossardnept
OsTEEOART & RROTHEIL;
Next dOor to the lierrieburg
; • ; ilo. 11 Market Square
Olnee or THU EILLEULDIWRGF 00110 A. COWAN;
Harrisburg, PeliaSslvalVe., May. 26, 1862.
(pH annual meeting of the dtockholders
11 of this company will be held • t their office corner
At Stmond and Korth streets, on Thursday afternoon,
2.2 th of June nett at two e'elock, when an election will
the held for a Pres dent, Six D.reoters a Treasurer at d
Secretary to serve for the anaiiingyeo.
bacretarY and Treasurer.
my 26 dettods
AGENTS MERCHANTS I PEDLERS 1
r 0 make 'men e $5. day by
ljui selling our UNION PRIZE STAZIONERY PAOMS
lcoataloing duperior Stationery, Portraits of ELEVEN
IiiKNERALS, and a piece of Jewelry. ' We gefirantee'eat
isfictleri in quality of our goods. =The gifts consist of
;fifty varieties end styles ot o Jeweley, all q solid and vale
fable. CircularB:wlUlfill ath:otos iidirea free. Ad-
L... 11. HASKINS & CO,
. Beektriies street,. New York
' LAKE TROUT. .
JUST received a alma' 11 invoice of
MACKINAW. .LAKE TROUT.
The quality very superior, and the price very low.
WM: DOCK, JR:, & CO
:THREE CENTS PER PAPER.
fresh stock :of Superior Flower
and Ga. den Seeds we have determined to Bell at
Ouse cents per paper. Call at No. 9/ market Street,
!lAreller% drug and fancy store, and you will get to the
.T., - Vretoe,y - Jones' tine double ,tateriand ten week iitonke
at same price.
IFANCY COLORED Pager, ready eut,.for
oaking Glasses, Picture anies,' Ec.
- Won and ether new patterns for sale at
BERGNER'S OBR&P 1130BSTORE.
(14 - .V.MG:made efficient and permament
Lkerrangenimita tor - the Purpose, we are now pre
parep to maim S MAK BOILBEcs of every kind, prompt
ly end at reasonable rates. .We shall use Iron made oy
Bailey & Brother, the reputation of wh.ch is second to
no..e in the market.
None but the best bands employed. Repairing prompt
ly attended tO., Address EAGLE WORKS,
myddly • Harrisburg, Pa. -
liE/OLJTIFUL TISSUE PAPER,
FOR covering Looking Glasses, Picture
Brollies, ornamenting Ceiling& trimming Sas Pipes,
and cut so as to bang over strings in the shape of
stare, points, circles or festoons •.Ilor sale at
role SOURIS:WS BOOKSTORE.
OTIONS.--Quite a variety of useful
and entertaining articles—cheap—at
0 ' . . Rl] EVFIOI3 4 p.., . .1 .1 ,
IAMILY WABHING : BLUE, 0.11- exoal
loot onbititateabiliidigk tdr •ea-te'at 43ie witolealle
end retail grocery store of NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner or Brost and Market streets.
MOURNING 1.1001)8.—. Everything in
this lime manufactured for LaltereSnannar Weer.
Peres very low. A great mum geode of oev material.
CATHCART & RROPHiIIt,
:Next door the kierriseufg Bank.
7 1 .000 4 - JaerriLliglOrt oi C o u :ego ed
( pr e ,. Yolk) (brit_Fect'Sugaz eared ELwatilst.reesivcdl
1111 8 P* 18
W. *IL& , •
TAVW. R&M tieioes of thepe,
- Amy Owed haw, !waved add
or easels large or smaU q2ossititlea
W. 14 Dom, 35. 03. .
GARDNER_ & HEMMING'S
"pHE LARGEST and most completely equip
ped Equestrian Establishment in the world,
comprising a better collection of beautifully
trained Horses and a larger number of talented
Performers than any company extant,
ON MONDAY RND TUESDRY,
JUNE 2d and 3d, 1862.
Doors Open at 2 and 7 o'clock, performance
to commence half an hour later. AdniLlsion
The management takes pleasure in announc
ing to the public that they are able to cater for
there_amiusenentthis season of '62, in a supe
rior manner to any traVeling cOmpany. The
wagons have been newly painted and decorated
so as to present a neat and elegant appearance.
TheUrnessis new and• beautiful. The baud
wagon, a triumph of art, the - dresses are of the
moat costly' description, manufactured from
designs impoited from Paris during the past
season. The A _
ENGLISH STEEPLE CHASE
is a great feature of the Exhibition; also the
in which all the horses lay down and sit up at
the word of command. The Great Talking
will be introduced by his Trainer,
DAN. GARDN ER:
• LOOK AT.THE LIST OF PERFORMS.RS :
Dan. Gardner, B. Ifeminings, Geo. Derions,
;Henry Moreste, John Foster, Signoir Parker,
King Brothers, W. HiHi- W. Green, C. Bicker,
I'. Swan, R. Ball, Miss FDra Gardner,. Madame
"Camille, Little Minnie, Master Ed. Gardner and
a host of well selected ansiliries. There is
THREE GREAT. CLOWNS
Dan: Gardner, John Foster and Young Dan.
Dn the morning of Exhibition, the company
swill enter town in Grand Procemion, 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, &0., &c.
or Will also exhibit at Hummelstown on
Wednesday, June 4.
W. H. GABDEEII, Agent.
C. Wlllsl3tari Advertherii.
BOOK-BINDERS' RULING-MCIIINES AND PRNS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND NADDINIS YOR
GRINDING CITNING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder. Cutters,
General Machine Work and . Iron and Brass
AC AST INGS,
wow TURNING ICI ALL 3.1'3 BRANDILIV,
MAUL SAWING, PLANING, EM.,
or Any Machine of Wood, Iron. or Brass
;made to order. Gear and Bcrew Cutting, &c.
!PATEN WOODENQ SORTCW OUTTING TOOLS
drib paid to; Old Copper, Brasil, &palter. &c.
STEAM BOILERS, SDO
ABOVE STATE STREET
OHLLAR WINDOW GRATES
Of various patterns, both stations ry and svaingin E. Fast"
Vilei;hts and various other building esetings, G.,r salevery cheap at the [my2l-Iy] BaGLis. WORKS.
GROVER & BAKER'S
PARTICULAR attention is called to the
A fact that, besides the machines making oar oele•
brated etitch, we manufacture, in greet variety of styles,
FAMILY LOCK-STITCH MACHINES•
The pecullaritieh of eseh stitch will be cheerfully
shown and explained to pnrchesers and they have the
great adv antage or being able to select from our stock
either &machine making the
GROVER AND BAKER STITOH
the only valuable Sewing Machine stitches in practical
PRICES FROM $4O UPWARDS.
Office 780 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
For sate by
MRS. E. BRENIZER,
78 Market Street, Harrisburg
EXCELSIOR HAMS 1 I
THESE HAMS are cured by a
NEW YORK FARMER,
And are decidedly the most delicious and delicately da
Vored in the mutat. Ttiry rival
and out little more thin half. W. DOCK, Jr., & Co.
- TlROPosais will be received at the office of
Jr - the undersigned until the 3d day of June
liext, for the driving of 300 yards, or there
abouts, of a Tunnel in Likens Valley. Tunnel
to be Si feet high, 12 feet wide at top, and lb
feet wide at bottom. For farther particulars
call on Daniel Hoffman, Civil Engineer, or
on the undersigned at Wiconisco
my2o-dtd HENRY THOMAS.
EXECU rows NOTICE.
urgsRF.AS letters of administration
V V on the estate of MARY E. JACKSON, dec'd., late
of Cresson, Cambria county, Pa., have teen granted to
the subscriber, all persons indebted to the estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and those having
claims against th estate of said deceased will make the
same known without delay to
JAMES S. FR tNCIS, Executor.
.0-doaw6ve•ast. 232 Union Street, Philadelphia.
A CHOICE lot of ASTER'S and TEN
Alis. WE STOCKS, with a gemsl variety or Fresh
'Flower and Garden Seeds , received and tbr sali at 19d.
91 Market stmt. 11:11Lt.En'S Drugstore.
Family Flour, just received and
warrampiC to give vadefaction, for sale by
ATICHuLn B BOYMAN,
Corner or grout and Market street.
QtIPERIOR Quality of Imperial and Blae,k
1,3 Tea, for sate by NICHOLS & BOWM4N,
mykk Corner front aad Market streets.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market Streets,
RESP.ECTFULLY invite the attention of
the'public to their lar,e and well selected stuck of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND DO
Including among others,
We invite an examination uf our superior
NON EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
The beet in the market in every respect, to
gether with all kinds of
LAMPS, SHADES, BURNERS, WICKS and
GLASS CON ES ,
Cheaper than any place in llarriaburg. We keep
on hand alwaye all kinds of
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE
All kyles and kinds of
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE,
at the old stand, NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
my2o Corner Front and Mar,. et Sts.
11HE undersigned will receive proposals at
I. the offi,e 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, fisty 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 Aeigh 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 faittitul per
formance of the contract ; and the right is re
served to reject all bids not satisfactory in price
The paper must be furnished in %tell guanti-
Vea and at such times as required lay the Su
perintendent of State Printing.
T. T. WORTH,
Superintendent of State Printing.
Ef ARBISITURG, 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
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
yon will find a large and well selected stock of
plain and fancy Conlectionery of all kinds. A great va•
riety of toys of every de-431'44t0n, Ladies' Worn Stands
and Fancy Bea tete, Foreign Fruits, :tale, Dates and all
other articles generally Kept le a oonfekntonary and toy
ewe. Receiving fresh guppies eve-y week. Call and
exaailnedw yourselves. Wtl. S. VireDe 111 , 1R1t,
aprlS-dem - P oprletor.
ISE BEST GOODS FOB THE LUST UNIT
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Also a generatassortmeot of TRUNKS, VA
LISES and CARPET BAGS, at the lowest
cash priots. . mar2l3-dBm
A C. SMITH,
OFFICE TM '1) STREET.
mylOy) NEAR MARKET.
FT P. &W. C. TAYLOR'S NLW SOAP.
•It is economical and highly detersive. It con
tain& nu Horan and wili not waati). It is warranted not
to injure the hands. It will impart an agreeable odor,
and is therefore suitable ror every purpose. For
ale by WM. DOCK. Jr. 4 Co.
OUR newly replenished stock of Toilet
and Fancy Goode Is itosurpaesial in this city, and
lowing confident or rendering satisfaction, iste would res
pectiuGy.invite a call. 119.11,1111.•
91 Market street, two doors east of . Foorth street, south
GARDEN SEEDS.— dust received a
large Invoice of armies Garden :iamb—comprising
a greater variety of imported and home growth than
has ever been offered In this city. Those who may
desire to purchase; can depend upon getting the beet in
the world, at the wholesale and retail grocery Store of
WM. DOOK, Ja. & 00.
COL. Wm. G. Murray's War florae at
J. D. Hoffman's Livery. line inlormation apply to
Corner or Third and state Street.
SALT, Coarse, Turk's Island, Fine, in
large and small tacks for dairy use, all puronasod
before the late rise, and for sale ow by •
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
111[IIRD Fountains and seed Boxes, Ca
nary and Hemp aced for sale by
NICUOLz & BOWMAN,
myl9 Corner Yronc and Market strentS.
t"INE lot of biessina Oranges and other
J. Foreign Fruits, just received and for sale by
NNIIOLS & IRANIAN'S
corner Front and )larket streets.
NEW Patterns 01 Coal Oil Lamps, with
all the rascally improved burned Or sale by
AICEIOLS s tluntaN'S
..u.a 11 .ricer
WASTED IMMEDIATELY.—A few
bisclartists and litacksm:thi. Enuire at. the
my2o.du HAKROSBURG O q AK SHOP.
DANDELION COFFEE I—A Fresh and
large supply of this Celebrated Coffee) no. received
by 111 113 ) Wit. zocKw Jr., at co.
SMOILED BEEF.—A splendid lot, large
and well cared.
['RESH FISH every Tuesday and Friday
at JOHN VISE'S Store, corner of Third and ital.
c i OLD PE N 8 l—The largest and best
stock, from $l.OO to s4.oo—werratiled—gs
81-11411iR 8 BOORSTORB.
LIKENS VALLEY NUT COAL.
TIIST received a fall supply of Lyken
u Valley Nut Coal, delivered by the patent weigh
carts. For sale by JAMB M. WHISELIa.
aprill - -
rtirti, I ;tea, Prunes Raisins , and all
!raids of Nub, at JOHN Store, Th ird, and
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LEMONS, &C., &O
TO PAPER MAKERS.
and at all
Next door to the Court House,(
WM. DOCK, JR. & CO
fildi FaCirtS, Hpminy, Beane, Itc.
I at JOHN MON& myi