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kiAl - 0118BURG, PA
Wednesday Afternoon, June 4, 1862
THE Claws petformancee closed in our city
last night, and the company have gone to.
Hummelatown, where the performed this af-
VAN AMBURQU'S MwanzarH MENAGERIN ex
hibits at Middletown to-morrow, and will ar
rive here on Monday. It is the great show of
womAx in New Jersey took to wearing the
bloomer costume a short time since, which so
mortified her son, a fine young man, about
twenty years old, that he has become insane.
He could not have been sound beforehand.
WE ARE UNDER obligations to Mr. A. H.
Baum, an attache of the Northern Ceptral
Railroad, for copies of the Baltimore Clipper and
American in advance of those received by mail.
Mr. Baum la an old "typo," and can appreciate
the advantages of receiving early news.
A DEAD HEAD.—Henry Dead, a boozy indi
vidual, with exceeding strong breath and weak
knees, was found last night by an officer lean
ing up against the curb stone, "Dead beat."
The officer kindly gathered him up, and placed
him where he could have his sleep out without
exposure to the atmosphere.
WHAT NEXT 7—The Norwich and Worcester
Railroad Company have placed upon their
steamboat train to New York a splendid smok
ing and euchre car. This car is beautifully
decorated—with good appointments, tables,
&c., and affords an agreeable addition to the
comforts of passengers. One half of the car is
devoted to ladies and gentlemen, and the other
portion to the smokers.
CAPT. JAMES MITRILAY'S COMPANY, 115TH REIM.
sterr.—We are requested to state to those who
design attaching themselves to Capt. Murray's
company, that arrangements have been made
for quartering them in camp until the arrival
of the company from Cambria county. By re
porting to Lieut. Maguire, at Brady's Hotel, or
directly to Col. Patterson, in camp, they will
ba directed to the proper quarters.
Two Ferrara "VAos," one a colored girl
named Mary Smith, and the other a white girl,
who responded to the name of Jane Thomas,
were brought to the lock-up this morning,
having been found stowed away in the hay-mow
of a stable belonging to Mr. Philip Linn, near
Paxton creek. This gentleman has experienced
frequent losses of property by this class of
society, and desired to make an example of the
above parties as a warning to other trespassers.
The girls are dilapidated looking specimens of
humanity, and will doubtless be sent to prison
for the "vag" term of thirty days.
SAD CASE OR SHOOTIDIG.--/E i xatement in the Sixth
Ward.—A case of accidental shooting occurred
in the Sixth ward last night, which it is feared
will terminate fatally. It appears that a girl
named Emma Wingerd, aged about 18 years,
in company with a young man, went to the
residence of Mrs. Eliza Redwards, (formerly
Derstine,) at the upper end of Third at., for the
purpose of spending the evening in that friendly
and social manner which characterizes the in
tercourse of mutual friends. While there, the
party seems to have indulged in various inno
cent sports and amusements, in the course of
which the girl Emma pulled a pistol from the
pocket of the young man, and having, as she
thought, ascertained, by means of blowing in
the muzzle, and from the exploded percussion
cap, that it contained no charge, commenced
flourishing it in a playful manner, threatening
to shoot the young man and Mrs. Bedwards.
She amused herself in this manner for some
time, and asked the young man if he had any
percussion caps, as she desired to explode them
on the nipple. Being answered in the negative,
she repeated the inquiry to Mrs. Redwards,when
that woman proceeded up stairs, and shortly af
terwards returned with some belonging to her
husband, who is, we believe, absent with the
army. The girl Wingerd immediately took
one of the cape, and placing it upon the nipple
of the pistol, again in a playful manner
pointed it at Mrs. Redwards and pulled the
trigger, with the view of frightening her by
the explosion of the percussion cap. A deaf
ening report, however, ensued, followed by a
wild shriek from Mrs. Bedwards, who, throw
ing up her arms, staggered and fell heavily to
he floor, a ball from the pistol having entered
her left breast and passed entirely through her
body, inflicting a serious if not mortal wound.
Of course this unexpected occurrence created
the utmost astonishment and alarm in the
mind of the girl Wingerd, and the young
man, her c =pinion, who also had been labor
ing under the impression that the &tot con
tained no charge, and regarded it as a harmless
A physician was speedily summoned, who
proceeded to administer all the relief in his
power to the wounded woman, but her condi
tion is precarious, and very little hopes are en
tertained of her recovery.
This morning information of the sad affair
having been legally made before the Mayor,
the girl Wingerd was arrested on a warrant,
and confined in prison for a further hearing to
morrow afternoon, his honor not feeling justi
fied in taking bail under the present circum
stances of the case.
Since the above was in type, we learn that
Aire. Bedwards died about tan o'clock this
morning, and that a coroner's jury of inquest
was summoned by Alderman M'Farland, of the
Sixth ward, who are still investigating the facts
In the one as oar report closed.
GOOD WILL FIRE COMPAIM—The members
of the Good Will Fire company are requested
to meet at their hall this (Wednesday) evening
at 74 o'clock. Punctual attendance is desired
as business of importance will be transacted.
Arremos Mourn VERNON. —A stated meeting
of the 'Hoard Vernon Hook and Ladder coin
pany, No. 1, will be held at the truck house
this evening at 74. o'clock. By order,
A. N. Luxess,
Secretary of M. V. H & L., No 1.
Drzsoars.—The German Mechanic's Benefi
cial Society of Harrisburg, elected, on Sat
utday evening last, Mr. Daniel Wagner dele
gate to the German Mechanic's Congress which
assembles in Cincinnag on the 2nd of July.
Mr. Wagner represented the society of this city
very ably last year in Philadelphia, and his
fellow-citizens, therefore, honored him with
the delegation above mentioned. We have no
doubt that he will try his utmost to make this
city the place for the next congress.
Tat 87TH REGIMENT GONE TO HARM'S FERRY.
On Wednesday night last, the 87th Pennsylva
nia regiment, which was recently relieved from
guarding the line of the Northern Centrel rail
way, left Camp M'Eim, Baltimore, for Harper's
Ferry, accompanied by a battery of artillery.
The companies remaining wero Captain Al
bright's, of York, and Captain Peiffer's, of New
Oxford. We feel assured that if the regiment
should come in contact with the enemy, as they
most likely will, they will give a good account
of themselves. •Althnngh this regiment was
recruited for the special duty of guarding the
railroad, and could not be ordered thence in
good faith without their consent, they most
willingly left that position of security and
comparative ease for one of privation and dan
ger, when they saw that their services were so
urgently needed by their country. Our readers
will recollect that the "Colder Fencibles,"
(Captain Detwiler,) of this city, is attached to
CAUGHT IN THE Acr.—The East Pennsylvania
railroad company, as is usual with all the rail
roads, give free paws to members of the Legis
lature. Last week a tall, slim, dyspeptic look
ing individual passed over the road on the pass
of James Donnelly, Esq., a member from Phila
delphia, who is a six footer of two hundred and
fifty pounds weight. The conductor, (11r.
Wunder,) rather imagined the bearer of the
pass was not the individual named, but rem em.
bering the numerous instances of "mistaken
identity" let him slip. On Tuesday evening,
however, another individual, sturdy, thick set,
of strongly "Jewish" caste, presented Mr.
Donnelly'a free pass ; the conductor in order to
lure the victim into hissnare, brought him over
to Beading, and yesterday morning, he, in con
nection with the President of the road, called
upon the bearer of the James Donnelly pass, one
S. S. Blitz, the agent of S. H. Hooker's manu
facturer of "Hoop Skirts," No. 9 North Third
street, Philadelphia, and obliged him not only
to deliver up the pass, but also to pay the fare
over the road. The detected individual was
very willing thus to compromise. Of course
Donnelly's pass is revoked, and his transactions
in the "ticket business" of the East Pennsylva
nia effectually blinked. We trust this will be a
warning to all.
Trot "Sam" REMEDY FOR HYDROPROBIA.-A.
correspondent of the Lancaster Express, in allu
ding to the "Stop" remedy for hydrophobia,
published in the DAILY Town week before
I beg leave to remark first, that the plant
known as Pimpernel, Red Chickweed, and
Gauchheil, (not Gauchheil,) by the Germans,
and also kftehnerdarm, (not Huchnerdarm,) is
botanically known as Anagallis Arvensis, and
not Angelica Phonicea, which litter is an urn
belliferoga plant, while the Red Chickweed be
longs to the Primrose family. With regard to
its medical merits, permit me to copy the ob
servations made by that veteran in botany and
medicine, Dr. William Darlington, of West
chester, Pa., In his Flora Ceetrica, page 179.
Appended to his description of the Anagallis
Arvensis, he says: `• This humble foreigner is
gradually extending itself through our country.
It has been remarked in Europe that, if the
flowers are expanded in the morning, the day
will prove fine ; if shut, the contrary ; and
hence it has been named the' 'Shepherds' wea
ther-glass.' Popular credulity has given this
inert little herb some notoriety as medicine. It
is one of the old specificsfor Hydrophobia; and so
late as the year 1802 grave Senators of Penn
sylvania requested their Speaker to present the
thanks of the Senate to an aged German for
communicating to that body sundry particulars
about the plant and its virtues, which had been
published to the world, over and over again, in
the Farrago of Trumpery, the Alder& Modica of
the olden time, long before any of those wor
thies were born."
Tax BATTLE OF ma BONE YARD.—The boys of
the Sixth ward will do honor to their country
some day if it happens to have a war on hand
when they grow up. Military organizations of
a fearfully warlike character prevail to an alarm
ing extent among juveniles ranging from seven
years old up, who reside in that section of our
city. Unhappily, divisions and hostile senti
ments have arisen between the forces, and
more than once have they met in battle array
to maintain the respective honor of their com
panies. The "Junior Guards" comprise the
chivalry of Verbeketown, while the " Texas
Bangers" embrace the flower of " Paxton."—
There has been a great deal of strategy going
on lately, and a great engagement, which was
to be the culminating conflict, was expected to
come off whenever the contending hosts should
meet. They met yesterday afternoon. The
scene of the engagement was the deserted Bone
yard, and the placid waters of the canal and
Paxton creek resounded with the ; slash of
arms, about three o'clock, which continued
without intermission until the arrival of several
of the ctombattant's parients. There were no
correspondents allowed in oamp, and the de
tails given are such as the warriors themselves
I could furnish. From twenty to thirty boys
were engaged. The point of attack was the
canal bridge, the possession of which was des
perately disputed, both the Bangers and Guards
resolving to die in the canal, in the absence of
the "last ditch," rather than yield. The firing ,
of atones was incessant ; brilliant charges with
sticks were made and repulsed. The list of
killed and wounded were not made out ; none
were left on the field, having probably dropped
in the canal. Prisoners six, taken by the
Ptunsignanta Oatlv &leg*, tUettenottag lfttrnoon,Jury. 4, 1862.
BarrnovßN, ATTINTION.—The members of the
Beethoven club are requested to meet at their
hall, this (Wednteday) evening at 7i o'clock.
THE EMANCIPATION JUBILEE, which Width was
announced to come off this evening, in the
Masonic Hall, Tanner's Alley, has been post
poned in consequence of the weather. It will.
take place to-morrow evening, should the rain
cease—if not, it will be deferred to Friday eve
MOO DOLLARS WORTH OD NEw Goons!-400
pair of mitts cirect from auction, at 25, 37, 50,
62 and 75 cts.; 1000 Ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 30, up to 75 cts. Great bargains ! 500 new
hoop skirts for 50, 62 and 75 cts., up to $2.50
cheapest in town; the largest assortment of
low priced dress goods—all prices. 100 pieces
white brillants at 124 cts.; some at 15 to 18
cts.; 50 dozen of shirt breasts at 124 cts., 20,
26 and 37 eta., extra cheap. 200 dozen of La
dies' white stockings, at 124 and 16 eta. A
magnificent assortment of embroidered cambric
band, and cambric edging anti insertings, at all
prices. 60 dozen of linen pocket 'kerchiefs, at
124 cts.; also hemstitched 'kerchiefs. Whole
sale buyers we would invite to our large stock ;
and as we have a buyer in New York, who buys
only at the large auctions. We promise to sell
goods at city prices. S. Lowy.
OUR CROPS. —The grateful rain of Sunday and
last night, has contributed greatly to the al
ready torward condition, and abundance of the
crops in this locality, and business is generally
in a healthy condition. While secession, with
her vandal hand is mocking the gifts of a kind
Providence in dissolution and ruin,oh, that they
could but see their folly, and, as good citizens,
patronize the cheap dry goods house of Ualoll
& Bowman, south east turner of Front and Mar
ket streets. 2
BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE,
IRE BES. 7 IN THE WORLD
brated Hair Dye produces a color not to be die
tingulehed front nature—warranted not to Injure the
Hair in the tea=t; remedies the ill enects of bad dyes, and
invigorates the Hale for life. GREY, RFD or RUSTY
HAIK instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown, leaving
the Hair Bolt and beautiful. Sold by all Druggists &c.
ar The Genuine is signed WILLIAM A. HATODELOR,
on the four sada of each box.
-FACTORY, No. 81 Barclay Street.
(Late 233 Broadway and 16 Bond Street.) New YORK
HAIR DYE 1 HAIR DYE I I
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye !
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye Known
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
ifyou wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN Mk DAIS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wee. A. BATORCLOR since 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of big famous Dye.
WK. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is wAnsorran
... not to injure in the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill effects of bad D9OB remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at No. 10 Bond Street New York.
Sold in all the cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
The ilentune has the name Witham A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a, steel plate engraving, on the four
sides of each box.
Wholesale Factory, 81 Parclay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
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 obeer fuliy
fliown and explained to purchasers and they have the
great advantage or being able to select from our stook
either a machine making the
GROVER AND BAKER STITOH
or one makingthe
the only valuable Sewing Machine stitches in practical
PRICES FROM $4O UPWARDS.
Office 730 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
For sale by
COAL REDUCED ! I 1
N consideration of the hard times, and
L. as I sell exclusively FOR CASH, I have reduced the
price of Coal as follows :
ykens Valley Broken (40 12 90 per ton
Large Egg " 290 .. "
II s m all: gig 2go II ki
.‘ Stove " 290 "
" Nut 64 226 41
Wilksbarre .2. 90 AI "
Lorberry " 290 " "
his-Ail Coal delivered by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS; lit
can be weighed at the purchasers dcor, and it it falls .
short 10 POUNDS, the Coal wild be forfeited.
All Coal of the best quality mined, delivered free from
larCoal sold in qautities, at the towsurr wnoutasti
Agent for Dupont's Celebrated Powder, a large supply
always on hand, at Manufacturers prices.
sirA large lot of superior baled H sale.
323 Al ay for
ES hi. WHEELER.
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Manufacturer
NO. 112 MARKET MEET;
1'7,1 AS always on hand a full assortment
of Tin and Japanned Ware,
Cooeing and Parlor
Stoves of the best manutacturies, Guns- Spouting, Roof
ing and Galvanized Iron Cornish, manufactured and pu t
up at reasonable rates.
ire Repairing promptly attended to. apr3Q•dly
P'S. D. & C: A.
you will find by applying at the Drug
. Stores of C, A. Ihruicrart, (Frees & Co., andG. W.
Slues, and bruggiate generally throughout tee country
Prlte 25 pants par bottle. Try it. Prepared by
E. M. POWER & CO.
myle d4m Roobesl t
FANCY COLORED Pamar, ready cut, for
covering I ooking Glasses, Picture PalM4lB, &C.
nion and other new patterns for sale at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOR6TOBE.
HAVING made efficient and permament
arrangements for the purpose, we are now pre
pa op to make S rEASI BOLLBIes of every kind, prompt
ly and at reasonable rates. We Iron made by
Bailey k Brother, the reputation of winch is second to
none In the market.
None bat the best hands employed. Repairing prompt
ly attended to. Address EAGLE WORRti,
BEAUTIFUL TISSUE PAPER,
FOR covering Looking Glieses, Picture
Frames, ornamenting Ceiling; trimming Gas Pipes,
and out so as to hang over strings in the shape of
stars, points, circles or fesloona. For sale at .
myl6 sCRESI. ER'S BOOKSTORE.
UTlOLlt3.—Q,uite a variety at metal
LI and en tertaining•artimes—eheap,t
FAMILY WASHING BLUE, an excel
lent eibelltute for Indigo, for sale at the w holesale
and retail grocery dere of NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Inca sag Markat Waft
MRS. E. BRENIZER,
78 Market Street, Harrisburg
B, J. HARRIS,
MEAD QUARTERS, PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA, 1 .
Harrisburg, May 31, 1862.
It is ordered,
I. That " Pulaski, Geoiyia, 10th Apri1,1862,"
be inscribed on the flag of the 76th Regiment
of Infantry, Col. John M. Power, for gallant
conduct at the taking of Fort Pulaski, on that
IL. That " Camden, North Carolina, 19th April,
1862," be inscribed on the flag of the blst
Regiment of Infantry, Col. John F. Hartrauft,
for gallant conduct at the taking of Camden on
111. That " Williamsburgh, Virginia, 6th May,
1862," be inscribed on the flags of the following
Regimenis of Infantry, viz : 26th, Col. Wm.
F. Small ; 49th, Col. William H. Irwin ; 57th,
Col. Charles T. Campbell ; 63d, Col. Alexander
Hays ; 93d, Col. John M. McCarter ; 98th, Col.
John F. Dallier ; 102 d, Col. Thomas A. Rowley,
and the 106th, Col. A A. McKnight, for gal
lant conduct at the battle of Williamsburgh on
that day, for which they have received the
highest commendations from the General of
ficers in command. .
IV. That "Lebanon, Kentucky, 6th May,
1862," be inscribed on the standard of the 7th
Regiment of Cavalry, Col. Geofge C. Wynkoop,
for gallant conduct in attacking Morgan's corps
of Cavalry, at Lebanon, on that day, and de
feating and dispersing it.
V. That ",Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, 24th
y, 1662," be inscribed on the flags of the
29th Regiment of I,pfantry, Col. John K. Mur
phy, and the 46th Regiment of Infantry, Col.
Joseph F. Knipe, for steadiness and gallant
conduct in the severe conflicts sustained during
the masterly retreat of Major Gen. Banks, from
Staunton, Virginia, to Williamsport, Maryland,
which reflected the highest honor on the strategy
and valor of the Commanding General, as well
as the brave men whose vigor made them ef
In issuing this order, the Governor congrat
ulates the people of Pennsylvania on the fact
that the Pennsylvania volunteers have been
everywhere distinguished for courage and effi
ciency in the field, and that of the 114 Regi
ments now in the service of their country, not
one has been found to belie the military virtue
of the Commonwealth or to dishonor her flag.
It is further ordered, that this General Order
be read at the head of all Regiments of Penn
By order of A. G. crarrw,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
A. L. Bosun, Adjutant General. je2-d3t.
93 Market ;street, Barrisburg, Pa.,
I I lk. WCO it 3
I\TEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the be i
4 makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU■
MENU, FROM $46 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Aocordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in general.
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
hand. Music sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, CULT AND ROSEWOO
Suitable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on hand.
A fine assortment of beet plated
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
93 Market street
TOMATO AND CABBAGE PLANTS
CABBAGE PLAN TS.
S cents per dozen ; 25 cents per hundred ;
$2 50 per thousand.
10 cents per dozen, 75 cents per hundred, $4 00
Also all Kinds of
Wholesale or Retail.
Davis' Seedling per bushel, 70 cents.
Peach Blows, 60 cents.
EVERGREEN SWEET CORN.
Per bushel, ears, • $2 00
Per bushel, shelled, 4 00
Per quart, shelled, 25
Orders sent to the KEYSTONE FARM will be
promptly attended to. J. KISH.
100 PERCH OF GOOD
BUILDING LIME STONE,
Bob au AT =a
TO PAPER MAKERS.
f riFIE 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 paper must be furnished inh quanti
ties and at such times as requir ed the Su
perintpndent of State Printing.
T. T. WORTH,
Superintendent of State Printing
1 , DEG, 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
GOOD HAMS at eight cents per pound,
just received and for sale by
mylB WM. DOCK. dB. , k 00.
A VERY heavy stock of Dress Goods
Ad. of every dcaeription, low open at very low prices.
my 6 OATHOIaT BROTHER,
Next door to she Harrisburg Bank.
it i ; v orkatoes and Green Corn, at
A SMALL, but very superior lot of
Bologna mow jut received, by
WY. DOW, Jr. a 00.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
G ROCE RS,
Corner Front and Market Streets,
RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of
the public to their large and well selected stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND DO
Including among others,
LEMONS, &C., &C.
We invite an examination of our superior
NON EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
The best in the market in every respect, to
gether with all kinds of
LAWS, SHADES, BURNERS, WIC'S. S and
Cheaper than any place in Barrisburg. We keep
on hand always all kinds of
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE
All styles and kinds of
QUEsENSWARE AND GLASSWARE,
at the old stand, NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
my2o Corner Front and Market Sts.
THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST HONEY
BOOTS AND SHOES,
and at all
Next door to the Court House,l
Also a general assortment of TRUNKS, VA
LISES and CARPET BAGS, at the lowest
cash prices. mar2B-d3m
THE auditor appointed by the court to
distribute the balanee of money in the hands of
John Garberich, assignni of John Reichert, among the
creditors, will attend for that purpose on Saturday, the
81st day of May inst., at 10 o'clock, 4. is., at the office of
the undersigned in the city of Harrisburg.
LETTERS testamentary on the estate of
Emanuel Hall, late of the city of Harrisburg, dee'd.,
having beat granted to the undersigned, residing In the
said city, all pers tug having claims or demands against
the said estate are requested to make known tne same,
and those indebted to pay their debts to hint without
delay. MORDECAf MaKINNE If,
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of
administration on the estate of Edmund Porter,
late of Harriatinrg, Dauphin county, dec'd , have. been
granted to the unaersigned by the Register or Dauphin
county . All persona indebted to saia estate are request
ed to lean iayment, and those having claims to present
them for settlement to ROBEttT VAUGHN, Esq. at the
Pennsylvania House, who le her eby emnowerec by the
undersigned to adjust any c'a'ms presented to him.
SAMUEL MOORE, Executor,
my2o-deawBw* Easton, Pa.'
LAND FOR SALE.
A BOUT 800 acres. principally Chestnut
Ga_ Sprout Land, situated in Derry and Conewogo
townships, Dauphin cou Ay. Also a number of fine
Chestnut Timber and Pasture lots in Londonderry and
South Anville townships, Lebanon county. For further
particulars apply to Samuel Hoffer, Conewago, or to
John Benson, Web ook Furnace, FennsvlVal26.
apel doaw3m W. G. FREEHAND
NOTlCE.—Notice is hereby given that
Letters of Administration on the estate of Mary
Miller, late of Dauphin county, deceased, have been
granted to the subscriber, who resides in the city of
Harrisburg, in said county. All persons having claims
or demands against the estate of said decedent are here
by requested to make known the same to the subscriber,
and all persons indebted io the same will matte payment
without delay. JOHN A. WAHL
Harrisburg, May 28,1862.—my29•cawd6w.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of
administration an the estate of John R. Boyd, late
oc tne city of Harrisburg, Dauphin county, have been
granted to the subscriber who lives in said city. All
persons having claims or demands against the estate of
said decedent, are hereby requested to make kncwn the
same to the subscriber without delay. P. K. BOYD,
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of
administration on the estate of George it. Mowry
deceased, formerly of Harrisburg, have been granted to
the undersigned by the Register of Dauphin county. All
persons indebted t i said estate are regnes , ed to make
payment,and those having chtorns,lo present them for
settlement. D. YLKMENG,
rrIHE Auditor appointed by the Orphan's
Court of Dauphin county, to distribute ammg the
creditors the balance remaining Is the hands of Henry
Egolf, ad minieti ator of William Cree, deced., will meet
the partiee interested at his otilee, in the city of Hanle
burg, on Tuesday the 17th day o t June nottat 10 o clock
N., at which time and place they are nodded to attend
and present their chime. d 11. GRAYDON,
myl9 d3t Auditor.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION.
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of
Administration on the estme of Henry Cunklo, late
of the city 01 Harrisburg, Daupbra county deceased,
have been granted to the undersigned by the Register of
dauphin county. All persons indebted to said estate, to
present them to the undersigned for settlement.
SUSAId M. CUNBLE,
The undersigned hereby empowers Messrs. Vatentine
Hummel, Jr. and L. H. Kinnard, to adjust any claims
that may be presented to them duly authenticated on
the above estate SUSAN M. OUNKLE,
ap24 7 doaw6w Admin istratris.
J UST received a small invoice of
MACKINAW LAKE TROUT.
The quality very superior, and the price very low.
WM. DOCK, JR., & CO
THREE CENTS PER PAPER.
OUR fresh stock of Superior Flower
and Ga den Seeds we have determined to cell at
h r ee cents per paper. Call at No. 91 Narket street,
Heller% drug and fancy store, and you will get to the
J. Wesley Jones' fine double asters and ten week stocks
at same price.
ANOTB.ER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALL-ED GOLD PENS,
BEsr PENS in the world, for 750, $1 25
$1 60, $2, $3, and $4, for sale at
teb/ 5- 9 SCHAFFER'S Bookstore•
HAY I HAY I I
A SUPERIOR article of Baled Hay, at
$l7 00 per on for Bale by
eblll JAMES Id-WHIESLOR
A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Family
ZS. Bibles of different styles of binding, at itoo, 31 26
$1 o,fo. Moo Pocket Bibles of dif•
isn 2 ot styles and prices at SOILEFITEH'S Bookstore.
AtSIIPSHIOtt lot of Dandelion anti ltiD
coffee, Sorsale at the store of JOHN win. my
PROPOSALS will be received at
by the officers of the
stationed at these places respectively, until the
sth day of June next,
for the delivery on or before the
THlRTitali OF THAT MONTH (JUNE) OF
Two thousand Flve Hundred
AT PERRYVILLE, MARYLAND ;
One Thousand Five Hundred
AT CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ;
And One Thousand
AT INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA.
The horses to be sound—not lees than riz,
nor more than eight years old—not less than
fifteen hands high, of dark colors, and adapt
ed to Cavalry Service
None will be received until they are inepec-
tad by an authorized agent of the government
The ability of the bidder must be guaran-
teed by two responsible persons who will
sign the bids as guarantees in their own wri-
ting—and bidders must state their residence
and post office address, and be ready to respond
mmediately to their bid
By order of the Department,
E. C. WILSON',
BOOMINDERE' RULING-RACIIINES AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND NAOMI:NW FOR
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
General Machine Work and Iron and Brass
WOOD TURNING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, E7t.,
Of' Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Braes
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, &c.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS
iar Cash paid for Old Copper, Brme, Speltor, &c.
STEAM BOILERS, &C.
ABOVE STATE STREET
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of various patterns, both Million% ry and swinging. Ptah
Wsi,hts and various other building castings, for sale
very ch ari at the [my24:ls] Z 4(3ILK WORKS.
WM. A. PARKHILL,
Third Street, next door to the Telegraph Printing
QTORES, dwellings, churches, public
1,0 buildings, factories, ku. fitted up with gas, lead acd
iron pipe in a workman like manner. Hydrants, Wads
basins, Bath Tubs, I if% and Force Yampa, Water Clwet 8,
Lead and Iron ripe for water, gas and (ream. A share
of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All work
pr. raptly attended to. my3o..dam.
EXCELSIOR HAMS 1
THESE HAMS are cured by a
NEW YORK FARMER,
And are decidedly the most delicious and delicately -fla
vored in the marmot. They rival
and cast little more thin lialL W. LOCK, Jr., Et Co.
NEW Patterns of Coal Oil Lamps, with
all the recenVy improved borne/ s for sale by
corner Front and n..rket street,
m - 19
WANTED BEKEDIATELY.—A few
my2o-d li t ac i HARRI.iiiBURGi CAB. 2110 P.
Maids and Blacksmiths. Enquire at the
DANDELION COFFEE I—A Fresh and
large supply of this Celebrated Coffeei ust received
by fla3l wg, Door Jr., Si Co.
`MUSED BEEF .—A splendid lot, largo
~,y and well cured
L'RESH FISH every Tuesday and Friday
at JOHN wisp's Store, cornar of third and Wal
GOLDPnINS I—The lagest and best
stoat from $l . OO to 34.00—warranted—at
O''. .F• • : ti ;
LYKENS VALLEY NUT COAL.
JUT received a full supply of Lyken
Valley Nut Coal, delivered by the patent weigh
carts. For sale by JAMES 11. WHEELER
DttltD FIUIT3, Hominy, Beau, &o.
at JOHN WISE'S. inyl
Vltiti, Dates, Prunes, Raisins, and all
kinds of Nuts, at JOHN WISE'S Store, Third mad
JERSEY HAN I—Ten tierces of these
justly celebrated sugar cured hams, received sod
or swain large or small quantities.
WK. DOCK, .114 Jkol/
A. Qr. M., U. S. A
Wbf. DOCK, J. & CO