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IS Afi K I Sl3 U 1? , PA
Thursday Morning, June 12, 1862.
UNION CANAL COMPANT: — At a meeting of the
Aockholders of the Union Canal company, held
about Iwo weeks ago, an act was accepted by
sc hi t h the property of the corporation, which
har been in the hands of trustees since October,
1857, reverts to the company, and they are
freed from all debt except their funded or first
mortgage. Before it could become a law, how
ever, the consent of two-thirds of the bond
holders secured by the first mortgage was no
C,-scary. Yesterday the bondholders assented
to the act, which goes into force at once.
BRANT'S CITY HALLS 0110 receiving an addition
in the shape of another wing, which is to be
arranged iu suits of chambers, parlors and din
itr reins, to be used for the accomodation of
Inc gu..sts of the European Hotel connected
with the building. When finished, this edi
lice will be the largest and most complete of
ibiordor in the Commonwealth. It is a monu
tont of enterprise and liberality of which any
wan may well be proud, and is destined to per
petuate the name of its•owner as one of the
most enterprising men of his time in the
THE Smarr or Ircertovsiuswr, which received
such a severe blow at the commencement of the
rebellion, is gradually developing itself in va
rious parts of the city. The alteration and
enlargement of Many dwelling houses, with
the erection of a number of new and stately
edifices, are giving a new appearance to por
tions of the city, while the improvement in su
burban grounds by fencing and cultivation, de
note at least a strong spirit to contend with
the turverse business prospects of the season.
When peacc , again blesses the Union, and every
branch of bhslness derives an impetus from the
stability anti safety of the government, Etat
rielonc, will not be in the rear of her neigh-
Wring 666, co far us the extension of her
limit.; and the increase of business is con
WHO CAN CURS 1111 MANIA POTU ? —This qua
tion is often asked by these who suffer from the
evil effects of rum. Formerly, men got drunk,
now they become crazy under the influence of
liquor, and it is this mania that shatters fortime,
health, reputation, life and salvation itself.
The liquor which men drank two decades back
was comparatively pure, while that which is
saki now is awfully adulterated, and, instead of
cheering and solacing, poisons and crazes.
the only practicable remedy for this alarming
retie of things is, not a prohibitory liquor law
which the mass of voters are disposed to
or as outside the sphere of government, and
unwarrantable interference with private
Aw—but a law punishing with the severest
4:titiei the adulteration of all liquors, and so
dged round with defenses that escape from
s provisions shall hardly be possible. When
i•l s ',hall he enacted and enforced, the
mi (I rate will be as uncommon as it was a
salter of a century ago
A 4.JLIIARY SOLD= is occasionally seen stag
geriug along our streets, either on furlough, or'
mu•tetorl out of service, for reasons best known
bis auperiurs and himself. Or, it may be,
that the man was never in the service, though
wentß the uniform of the Government. The
Imposition practiced by a class of Bliarptira in
Inuring the apparel of an officer, is a dodge
ithuvteil to by a Bet of men who calculate to
elicit the pity of the charitable and the sym-
Why of the benevolent. We had a case of
this description on hand last evening, in the
Application of a soldier who could not tell the
lette r of his company or the number of his re•
gicsint, but who still persisted that he was a
"Peer sc idler; worn out by fighting the battles
of the Union." Alcohol had done for him
tilt rebellion is doing for the south, namely,
"&lehint a liar, and degraded what humanity
till possessed, below the level of the beast..
tus hope. that there is a daily decrease of
his degradation, and that every good and loyal
i 155 will turn his attention to detecting and
' 'PPressing . not only this imposition under the
i:arb of a soldier of the Republic, but the still
roiss imposition attempted to be practiced on
' ha People by the aid of the' drunkards plea for
IRE MUTATIONS in life, with the decay of for
thee and positions were never more forcibly
"taught to our viow than by the knowledge of
e fact that there is at present as an inmate of
he State Lunatic Asylum, a man who once
as the centre et attraction in the highest lite
, .ry circles of thip, country. His poetry„ has
thrilled the hearts of the American people for
~,n y years, while his songs still linger on the
Is of beauty or echo amid the brilliant scenes
nd pleasures of the opulent and retined. But
e master mind is dimned—its eorruseations
longer flash in poetry or beam with the real
philosophy of the truth of nature and nature's
°c" l , All is in ruins. In the ruins which
roble ttroundthe foundations of some stately
Plato after the hand of the invader and des
troyer has swept over its walls. And yet the
Pm lunatic dreams ; dreams that he is still on
tle side of Parnassus rugged mountain—st ill
drialriug at Helicon's fountain, still the en -
thianter sad the master of the multitude. But,
IS, the harp no longer responds to his touch.
is . the companion, now, of himself. And
thus his allot fame and fortune has ended, in
the care and protection of the vigilant suPer"
while Oetal.ats and physicians of an insane hospital,
the efforts of his pen and the creations of
his genius still live in the Idmiratton of the
4tiltrimer_iert_st.ka the condition and fate of mei].
Two YOUNG LADIES, one a daughter of Joshua
Pillsbury, of Uniontown, and another a Miss
Goodwin, of Maine, were struck by lightning
on Thursday last. Wm Goodwin had been on
a visit to the PiLlsburys, and was to have been
married the neat day.
VAN AMBURGEI, with his monster elephant,
Hannibal, mid the lesser animals caged in the
Menagerie, had a wet time iTuesday afternoon
and evening. But the people crowded to i , ee
the beasts, and the beasts stared at the umbrel
las, perplexed doubtless with the display of
whalebone, calico, crinoline, hoops and homely
bipeds. No other traveling "show" draws as
successfully as Van Amburgh, whether it is in
sunshine or thunder gusts, the people are bound
to see him when he is to be seen. The last
wagon of the menagerie left the city early this
morning, en route for Carlisle, where the show
will next be opened.
Oua Messrs are beginning to be stocked
with the choicest vegetables, and as the season
advances, the hearts of the cook, the epicure
and the housekeeper are all made glad, at the
prospect of serving a meal with little labor and
the certainty of enjoying luxuries at less
pense. There is no point in the North so fa
vorably situated in a geographical position, to
command every, access and safe transit to the
most fruitful localities of the county. Flesh,
fish and fowl are within our reach as the season
for consumption comes, While the fruitful
fields of the South, contribute of their abun
dance to keep up the great supply of deli
cacies which are now to be found in our mar
kets. It is worth the effortat only rising, to
visit our markets at this season.
THE Cann in this region promise to be abun
dant and superior. From what we can learn
the grain crops will be Immense. Wheat never.
looked better, at this season, and the corn
in the ground certainly never presented a more
favorable appearance. The fact is that there are
promises of an excellent harvest throughout
the North and West, and the yield will be as
abundant as that of last year, if storms and
drouths do not interpose. From the Gulf
States we learn that the wheat fields are pretty
generally blighlasf. This appears to be the case
in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Missis
sippi, and the probability is that the cotton
States, so far from having an abundant crop of
grain this year, are likely enough to be ravaged
by a famine, more or less severe, according to
the proximity of places to the rebel camps. As
the border States will hardly be able to supply
their own wants, an immense detnand for pro
duce from the Northwest must spring up every
where in the South, as the tide of war recedes
toward the Gulf.
&nista& Summer. OpsaArros.--Dr. George
Dock, one of the most eminent surgeons of the
country, has recently added to his reputation
by an operation in scullery in this city, the
facts-of which must attract the attention of the
surgical profession. The patient wait Mrs. Mary
Hammond, aged about folryeari, and the tumor,
a very rare one, exceeding in size any that has
yet come under the treatment of Dr. Dock. It
is solid and fibrous, and was located on the
right breast, involving the mammary gland,
all of which was removed. This tumor mea
sured thirty inches in circumference, and
weighs eleven pounds.
In the performance of this highly delicate
operation, the success of the surgeon may be
estimated by the fact that the patient is now
in a fair way of recovery, being pronounced
out of all danger. In fact, since this operation,
Mrs. Hammond has been able to move about
her home, relieved in every sense, and cheered
by the fact of the removal of what was such a
heavy burden, having been afflicted with it for
Dr. Dock was assisted by Drs. R. A. Martin
and S. S. Shultz. While its removal affords
great relief to the patient, it must also increase
the celebrity of an already highly successful
surgeon and physician.
THE Nam or Miss H. E. Suess, which we
announced some days since, has created uni
versal regret, and is eliciting the most elo
quent obituaries from the press throughout the
state, where the deceased was known, as well
for her brilliant social qualities as for her high
professioaal • attainments. The Bolidaysburg
Standard gives us a long account of this sad
I affair, from which we col:deuce such factsas may
be of interest to the readers of the TBLEOHAPH.
Miss Sears had been making her customary
calls through Hollidaysburg, in the forenoon,
and, stopping at the Piastoffice, where she receiv
ed a letter from her brother in the army at Port
Royal, she proceeded to her room at the Ex
change Hotel. A. short time after, Maj. Win
gate, the proprietor, passing by her door,
which was ajar, observed her sitting on the
floor, against the wall, with her bonnett and
walking dress still on. Believing her to be ill,
he called for assistance, but before she could
be placed upon the bed the unfortunate woman
had breathed her last. A physician was called
in, but it was too late. The letter which she
had received from her brother was found upon
her bed, as was also an unfinished one by her
self to him. In one passage she spoke of her
fears of death ; and, indeed, during the morn
ing, whilst talking to a lady she had a severe
attack of vertigo. From these circumstances,
and from her appearance after death, there can
be no doubt.that she died of apoplexy—which
we believe, was the verdict of the Coroner's
Miss Sears was at one time a resident of this
city, where her mother sow resides. She was
a lady ambitious not only for honorable
tinction, but aspiring always to do good and
enlarge the sphere of her usefulness. The
manner of her death was as sad as it was sud
den. Alone among strangers—nobly strug
gling with fortune, and yet aiming at the ame
lioration of the afflicted, she was summoned
to the presence of that great physician who
heals all wounds with a touch and cures all
diseases with a smile. The ladies of Hollidays
burg kindly took charge of the remains of the
deceased, and had them buried with every
mark of respect in the Lutheran Cemetery of
that borough. Let ns hope that some kind
hand will mark the spot where the benefactor
of ) her sex now reposes, and that others, re
mtmsbering her virtues and accomplishment°,
will plant flowers upon the stranger's grave,
Pennogivania IDailp elegraptl, ill4nrotrap Morning, June 12, 1862
RE-lINION.—The last number of the Maria=
says that a happy re union took place at the
residence of Mrs. David Kauffman, near Man
hi-im, on Sunday last. Two brotherQ, Henry
Cassel, awl] 86, and Abraham Cassel, aged 79,
and one 'liter, Mrs. David Kauffunin,faged 82
yews, met, by appointment, and in all human
probability for the last time on earth, and at
tended Mennonite meeting. These three old
persons are the only children their parents
ever had. Mr. Heal Cassel is the oldest citi
zen of Marietta, and was accompanied on this,
his last trip away from home, by. his'estimable
daughter, Miss Lizzie Mittel, whose 'many kind
offices to the sick and needy will long be re
NARR977 "EsCAR?.--,—bir.. D. D. Manilla, of
Muncy, and two boys, one a son of Mr. John
Dimm, and the other a son of Mr. William
RickhOld, came near being killed by lightning
on Monday afternoon of hist week. They were
working in a field near town, and when - the
thuddrr storm came up, they took shelter under
a large walnut tree, but Mr Manville conclu
ding that it was not safe to be there, all left
for the wagon and horses they had been using,
not far off, and they had scarcely reached the
wagon when the tree they had been under and
another near by were struck by lightning, and
considerably shattered. Mr. Manville, the
boys and horses were all knocked down, but we
are glad to say sustained no other injury.
Sons FOR THE SnAsoN.—We have never, until
bearing of the capture of New Orleinni, been so
forcibly reminded of the stirring simplicity of
the poetic effusions of James Crow, Esq. OLIO
stanza, especially, which we 'have carelessly
bummed in times past, recurs to us with im
-1110064) vividness. And as we repeat it, we
only ask the reader to imagine the gradual, and
then sudden approach of our forces upon the
Crescent City, and the excitement incident
I walked the streets both up and down ;
They were full of folks, both black and brown
But de white folks, dey was running rourt—
(So I stopped an' axed 'em what all die ere
fuss was about. ‘4l7irhy," says a nigger, "don't
you know? it's nofing, only)
"Picayune Butler's coming !--coming I
Picayune Butler's coming I—coming !
Oh! ,Picayune Butler's come to town."
A RIIMIDY Suess, Pox.—Dr. Frederick
W. Morris, resident iphysician of the Halifax
Visiting, Dispensary, N. S., has written a letter
to the American NedicaZ Times, in which he states
that the " Sarracenia Purpurea," or Indian
cup, a native plant . of Nova Scotia, is a remedy
for smallpox in all its forms In twelve hours
after the patient has taken the medicine, Thai
however alarming and numerous the ernp- 1
tier's, or confluent and frightful they may ap-1
pear, the peettliar , action of the medicine is
such that very seldom is a scar left to tell the
story of the disease." If either vaccine or
variolous matter is washed with the infusion of
the sarracenia, they are deprived of their con
tagious properties. So mild is the medicine to
the taste that it may le largely mixed with tea
and coffee and given to connoisseurs In these
beverages to drink without their being aware
of the admixture. The medicine has been
successfully tried in the hospitals of Nova Sco
tia, and its use will be continued.
$5OOO DOLLARS WORTH Or NSW GOODS 1-400 I
pair of mitts amyl from auction, at 26, 87, 50,
62 and 76 otii.; 1000 Ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 80, up to 75 cts. Great bargains! 500 new
hoop skirts for 50, 62 and 75 cis., up to $2.50
cheapest in town ; the largest assortment of
low priced dress goods—all prices. 100 pieces
white brillants at 121 cts.; some at 15 to 18
cts.; 50 dozen of shirt breasts at 121 cts., 20,
25 and 37 cts., extra cheap. 200 dozen of La
dies' white stockings, at 121 and 18 eta. A
Imagnificent assortment of embroidered cambric
band, and cambric edging and insertings, at all
prices. 50 dozen of linen pocket 'kerchiefs, at
1124 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. Lswv.
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye" Known I
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
If you wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY BAIR, dyed instantly to: 'a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without tho least
Injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MaDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wm. A. BATOHILOR since 18 9, and over 200,000
applications, have been made to the-hair of the patrons
of his famous Dyo.
Wit. A. BATCHRLOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is WASSIISTID
not to Injure in the least, however long It,may be contin
ued, and the ill effects of bad Dyes remedied. The hair
%invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at No. 18 Send Street Now York.
Sold in Midis cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
aides of each box.
BATCELELOR'S HAIR ,DYE,
RE BES .7 IN Tll.B WORLD
ITILLIAM A. tiATCHELOR'S cele
brated Bair Dye produbes a color not to be (Ile
tingulsh(4 from nature—warranted not to injure the
Bair In the least ; remedies the ill coeds of bad. dyee, and
invigorates the Hair for life. GREY, RFD or ROM
HAIR instantly turns a splendid Black or Brown, leaving
the Hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all Druggists, dm.
zit- The Genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATORELf IR,
on the four sides of each box.
FACTORY, No. 81 Barclay Street.
(Late 233 Broadway and 16 Bond Street.) New YORK.
Do not trifle with your health, 00u3htutIon, and. Che
If you are suffering with any Diveses for which
HELMBOLD'S EIZRAC7 BUCHU
It will Cure you, ;nave Long Buffering, Allaying Palo
and Inflamation, and will restore you to
Cut out the .A.duortisement In smother column, and Gal
or Bend for it.
BEAUTIFUL TISSUE PAPER ,
FOR covering Looking Glasses, Picture
Frames, ornamenting Ceilings, trimming Pm Pipes
and cut so as to bang over strings in the shape lof
stars, l points, circles or festoons. For sale at
myBl. SCHEFf REVS BOORSTO a E.
• FLY PAPER.
FANCY COLORED Paxer, ready cut, for
covering Looking Glasses, Picture Shames, &o.
Union and other new patterns for sale. at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BoOg TV".
CAB CUAR.---Uonstafttly on ham, a
v very superior axtMle of *3MA CRAB ara‘a
' . WM. DOOl3 & Ot
K EL LER'S DRUG STORE
to hqv P.lant UMin lnw•
ASUPERIOR lot of Dandelion and Ri D
Coffee, IMAM at We more of TOftbrinaL my
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE! I
Wm. A. Batcheloes Hair Dye 1.
INlzolesale Factory, 81 Parc lay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
BE. WISE BY TIMES!
TRY IT! TRY IT l TRY IT !
HEALTH AND PURITY,
At Little Expense,
And to EnMire.
BEWARE OF COUN2ERF.EIIB
Ask for Helmbold's. Take swifter
TELEGRAPH OUT OF TOWN.
LIST OF REGULAR AGENTS•
The DAILY MORNING AND EVENING
TELEGRAPH is sent every morning and after
noon, by the earliest trains that leave the city
after its publication, to the following
ALTOONA—Theo. B. Patton.
ANNTILLE—G. W. Hooverter.
BELL'S MILL'S —John Campbell.
COLUMBLI.—john J. Sayler.
CLEABFEELD—M. A. Frank,
EL IZABETHTOWN—John G. Mellinger
GREENCASTLE—M. D. Detrich.
HOLLIDAYSBUM—A. F. Diffenbecker
LOCK HAVEN—J. D. Stratton..
TRBANON—M. H. itoedel.
MIDDLETOWN—George H. Lenhart.
MECHANICSBURG—WiIIie' m Tate.
MOUNT JOY—James Dysart.
lIILLERSMIRG—B. G. Steever.
MAPLETON STATION—Dr. Gettys.
NEWVILLE--W. R. Linn.
SHIPPENSBURG—KeIso & Hinkle.
WRIGM'SVILLE W. Moore.
YOUK—J. S. Boyer.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
FIRE, MARINE AND LIFE.
Third Street, between Walnut and Straw
• berry Alley, Burke's Row,
WILLIAM BU EH I aER,
As Agent - for the following named
well' known Companies, will make Insurance
against lees or damage by Aro, either annually or per
petually, on property either hi-town or com Pry.
Also Insurance on Lives and granting Annuities.
Apply personally or by letter. •
THE DELAWARN MUTUAL
SAFETY INSUR"ANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL AND ASSETS 3869,123 37
COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA,
CAPITAL AND ABBETS..'.. 31,195,877 68
THE GIRARD LIFE INSURANCE,
ANNUITY AND TRUST COMPANY,
CAPITAL AND ASSILTS.... ..... .....31,643,386 24
NEW YORK AND BACK,
ONLY $4 50.
- ‘77.A East Pennsylvania Railroad, good du-
V ring the whole month of June.
Excursion tickets at the above rates can be
had at the office of the above company at Read
ing, goo& for all passenger trains. -
EDWARD M. CLYMER,
je9•dtje2B • President.
Strawberries by the gnarl, Chest or Bosb.el.
ORDERS sent through the Post Office,
or left at the lower Market, on Wednesday or Cat
ur.ay mornings, will be promptly rwtended to.
Also they Lae he bad at the place at any hour or the
day, fresh plotted from. the vines.
Beystoneßarm and Nursery,
Immedlately below the city,
je6 KELLER'S .I..KII6STORE
T HE general variety of goods for ad.
in be found at Keller's, le ungarpeesettathrig street
BTTTT:A. MID BOWLING SALOON,
. NO. 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FIFTH.
ME sabioribers hairhag erected a larg e
taekhng at the above place, exproaely for the parp o -
Bee aboveindicated, beg to call the attention of the pub
lic to the following :
Tll.l RIBUCIBANI, on the first floor, with a dining. room
attached, is fitted up in first-018as style, and it will at all
times be sapped with the beat OYSTERS to be, had in
the Atlantic cities, together With terrapin, fish, and all
kinds of game in season. Oysters served up in ovary
style, and meals to be had at all hours. The Ales of all
the celebrated breweries in the country constantly on
hand. -; - •
The T e d -Diit Alley, or-Bowling Saloon, is in the rear;
and contains three alleys of modern construction, where
the lovers of this healthy exercise can enjoy theinselves.
The Billiard Saloonis upatidrs-"-elegantly tined
and contains three marble top--combination cuabion ta
bles, equal to any
Harrisburg has long felt the watt of a grand combin
ation of this kind, and as the proprietors aro determine d
to conduct it in a quiet and orderly manner, and do eve
rything in their power to make it a faantonsble resort,
they hope to receive afiberalabare of public) patronage.
ja.341t1 _ WILLIAM 0. lich'aDDlN & 00.
COAL COAL !
$B, AND $2 25 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS.
OFFICE and yard on the banal, foot of
North street, Whalen/de and Retail dealer in
WILKR 4 U3ARRE,
BlivAL) AU tAAAL
rumba, and dealers may rely upon obtaining a first
Tate •article, and fall weight, at the invest rates. Orders
promptly attended to. A liberal discount made to pur
chasers paying for the coal when ordered.
Present price, $3, and $2 60 per Um.
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will find a large and well selected stack of
plain and fancy Confectionery of all kinds. a great va
riety of toys 0/ every description, Ladies' Wore Blends
and. Fancy Baskets, Foreign Fruits, Mute, Dates and all
other articles generally kept la a confectionery and toy
s tore. Receiving fresh supplies every week. Call and
ins/nit/eft . yourselves. WM. H. waactessa,
aprlitdem . Proprietor.
- - T A VINO- made efficient and permament
arrangements for the purpose, we re now pre
pa ep to mate WHAM BOILBRd of every kind, vrompt
ty t at, reasonable rates. We shall use trop made by
&Brother, the revelation of which Is seeped to
no e In the market.
Son but the beet bands employed. Repalring i smpt.
ly attended to. Address - HAIRE WO
M 32111 Harrisburg, a.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Corner Front and Market Streets,
RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of
the public to their lar.e and well aelected Mock or
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND DO
Including among others,
LF.KONS, &C., &C.
We invite an examination of our superior
NON EXPLOSIVE COAL
The beat in the market in every respect, to
• ether with all kinds of
LAP'S, SHADES, BUIINKIIS, WICKS and
Cheaper than any place in Rarrisbury. 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 Sr.BOWMAI4,
my2o Corner Front and . Market Ste.
PLANTS! PLANTS I
TOMATO AND CABBAGE PLANTS I
8 cents per dozen ; 25 cents per hundred ;
$2 60 per thousand.
• TOMATO PLANTS,
10 cent per dozen, 76 cents per hundred, $4 00
Also all Kinds of
Wholesale or Retail.
Davis' Seedling per bushel, 70 cents.
Peach Blows, 50 cents.
EVERGREEN SWEET CORN.
Per bushel, ears, $2 00
Per bushel, shelled, 4 00
Per quart, shelled, 25
Orders sent to the KEYSTONE FARhI will be
promptly . attended to. J. MISH.
100 PERCH OF GOOD
BUILDING LIME STONE.
FOR BALE AT TIIII
TO PAPER MAKERS,
ritHE undersigned will receive proposals at
1 the offi...›3 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.
Fwh 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 in ch quanti
ties and at such times as required - li l y the Su
perintendent of State Printing.
T. T. WORTH,
Superintendent of State Printing.
fLuutuurcato, May 9. 1882.
North American and Press, Philadelphia ;
and Gazette, Pittsburg, publish twice a week
until day of letting, and send bills to the ad
W. STINE, graduate of the
Al Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, lumina er
manently located in the city of Harrisburg and taken the
°Moe formerly occupied by-Dr. Gorges, on Third street
between Market and Walnut, respectfully informs his
friends and the public in general, that he is prepared to
perform all operations in the Dental profession, either
arnica for mechanical, in a manner that shall not be
surpassed by operators in this or any other city. His
mode of inserting artificial teeth is upon the latest im
proved scientific principle.
Teeth, from one to a full set, mounted on line Gold,
Silver, )Stalin ?bites or the Vulcanite Base.
I take great pleasure in recommending the above gen
tlemen' to all my former Mends or Harrisburg and vi
tinny, and feel confident that he will perform all opera
tions m a scientific manner, from my knowledge of Ms
ability. tiny 3 WI F. J. 8. HORGan. D. D. 8.
B. 3. HARRIS,
Tin and Sheet Iran Ware Manufacturer
NO. 112 MARKET MEE 7,
AS H always on hand a full assortment
of T,n and Japanned. Ware, , Cooking and Parlor
Stoves of the best manumeinries, Gate* Spouting, Roof
rand Galvanized Iron Cornish, manufactured and pu t
p at reasonable rates.
Jar Repairing promptly attended to. aprBo-dly
THEO. P. OCHEFFER,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER,
NO. 18, MARKET STREET,
arePartlealar :dietitian paid to Printing, Ruling end
!Binding of Railroad Blanks, Manifests, Policies, Checks,
'Drafts, Cana printe d at $2, $3, 54, and Eh per
hoosand in elegant style. 120
A. C. SMITE,
OFFICE THIRD STREET;
taltoy) NEAR MARKEL
AQENTS I MERCHANTS 1 PEDLERS 1
ENERGETIC men make $5 a day by
selling our UNION PRIZE STATIONERY PAC&NI
containing Superior Stationery, Portraits of ELEVEN
Gssi•BALS, and • piece of Jewelry. We guarantee sat
isfaction in quality of our goods. The gills consist of
My varieties and styles of Jewelry, all useful and valu
able. Circulars with Mil particulars mailed free. Ad
dress. L. B. Deems & CO,
ap3B3md 36 Beekman street, New York..
PURE Cider Vinegar, warranted, jut'
received mat for sae by
• NICHOLS St nowwew,
myas Corner Front and Market streets.
EWBOLD HAMS.—A. small lot of
these edebrated Hama Jeer received.
e. ?St WM. Mg., Tr., A CO.
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, BROOMS
and everything in the line, just received In large
buntitlea and ter late very to w by
.1111.1 DOCK, Jr., II 00.
GROVER & BAKER'S
'PARTICULAR attention is called to the
fact that, besides the machines mak log our cele
brated stitch, we inanefacture, In great variety of etylee,
AMILY LOCK-STITCH MACHINES.
The •proullaritiet or eaeh stitch will be obeerfully
ihown and explained to purchasers; and they have the
great advantage of being able to gated from our stock
either amaelwoe making the
GBOVER AND BAKER STITCH
or one ranking the
the only valuable Sewing Machine stitehes ;la practical
PRIGS FROM $4O UPWARDS.
Office 730 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
FM salo by
MRS. E. BRENIZER,
78 Market Street, Harrisburg
COAL REDUCED 111
consideration of the hard times, and
ea l eon excluPively FOR CARR, I have reduced the
price of Coal as follows : •
Lyttens Valley Broken 0 $2 90 per too
u rge E gg 0. 29 0 61
Is l 114(g sa 290 ..
" " Suave 290 " "
1/ u Nut 4, 225 a ..
Wilksbarre . 90 "
Lorberry " 2 920
sarVLII Coal delivered by the Parms Wasee Cast:3;i It
can be wuighod at the pen:hams dcor, aed Ult fella
abort 10 POUNDS, the Coal willi be tbrealled.
All Coal of the beat quality mined, delivered (roe Crum
Sire Coal sold In qantltles, et the towwrr woutzsats
Agent for Dupont's Celebrated Powder, e large supply
always on hand, at liannfardurers prices.
sa- A large lot of superior baled flay for sale.
j 23 JAMg4Ii. WHEELER.
GEO. W. MeCALLA.,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
hNO. 38, Opreta
Market Street, Harrisburg.
HAS constantly on hand a large stock
WATCHES, JEWELRY and FANCY ARTI
CLES, PLATED WARE, &c.,
Watches and Jewelry neatly repaired.
N B. Dow' forget the place, opposite the Jones'
THE BEST GOODS FOE THE LUST MONEY
BOOTS AND SHOES,
and at all
Next door to the Court House,:
Also a general Assortment of TRUNKS, VA
LISES and CARPET BAGS, at the lowest
cash prices. mar2B•d3m
BOOK-BINDERS' RINING-MACHINES AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND N/ACIELNES FOR
GRINDING CDTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
General Nadine Work anti Iron and Brats
WOOD TURNING IN ALL ITS
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, MC., MC.,
IF Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Brass
made to order. Gear and Screw entLing, Sm.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CU niNG TOQLS
xi- Cash paid for Old Copper, Braes, Svelter, am
STEAM BOILERS, &O.
ABOVE STATE STREET
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of various patterns, both stationary and mingle's. w ash
Weights and various other building coatings, for sale
very cheap at the iturA4y) RAMA, WORKS.
WM. A. PARKHILL,
Third Street, next door to the Telegraph Printing
STORES, dwellings, churches, public
balldings, factories, Atc. , fitted up with gas, lead sad
Jaen pipe in a workman lite manner. Wydranta, Wash
basins, Bath Tube, Lift and Force Pumps, Water °Wets,
Lead and Iron Pipe for water, gas WILL steam. A Share
Or pnb!lc patronage la respectfully solicited. All work
pr. aptly attended to. m73043m.
EXCELSIOR EAMB 1 1
T HESE HAMS are cured by a
NEW YORK FARMER,
And are decidedly the moat delicione and delicately fla
vored in the merged. They rival
and mat little more than half. W. LOCK, Jr., Ir. Co.
NEW . Patterns o► Coal Oil Lamps, with
an the recently improved Immune for rale by
monoLs a BOWldAN'ti
cOrnar. Front and I , l,.raet ktreet •.
WNTED IItiIIiEDLITELY.—A. few
Machinists and Blacksmiths. Enquire at the
my 20411.1 lIARRIc.'BURG CAR SHOP.
riANDELION COFFNS I—A Froskand
_LA large bapply of this Celebrated Coffee) est received
by Oa) Wit....NXIt &
QmOKED 13E.F.4:.—A splendid lot, large
k„) mid wellicured.
VRESH FISH every Tuesday and Friday
j: at JOHN WISV3 Store, corner of Third and Wal
GOLD PEN 6 I— The largeat and beat
stook, cromsl.oo to 914.00—warranted—at
BBEFFigg 9 itiIoRSTORB
LIKENS VALLEY NUT COAL.
JIIST received a full supply of Lyken
Valley but Coal, delivered by the patent weigh
For sale by JAMES 51. WHIRLER.
rettUlT3, Hominy, Beaus, &o.
IJr at JOHN WISVS. myl
FIA46, Dates, Prunes, ' isins, and all
kinds of Nnla, at JOHN. STISEnd sore s Third and
TERSEY IfAlll I—Ten tierces of these
t o justly celebrated noir cured hems, received and
or We in lame orsmalliquantities .
W.1140001C, Ja. t 00,
WM. DOCK, J. & CO