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Monday Morning, June 16, 1862.
A STATED meeting of the Friendship Fire
company will bo held in their hall this Monday
evening at S o'clock. Punctual attendance is
nqueded as business of importance will be
ILSE STRANYBERRINS.—We bad the pleasure
or tasting some fine very strawberries raised by
Ur. Geo. Rodfong, of Middletown. In richness
of II ivor, size and beauty of shape, they were
A CORDESPONDIENT in another part of this
morning's TELBOIIAPH, writing from Tennessee,
biddy compliments the bravery and military
skill of Captain C. C. Davis and other Harris
bursars of the 7th Pennsylvania cavalry regi
rant attached to the army in that State.
TIJS BALTIMORS MIIMICIPAIS.—The Baltimore
municipal authorities who framed through this
city lust week on a visit north and west, are
having a high old time generally among the
western officials. The last heard from them
they were stirring tip the elephant in the
RENDEZVOUS FOR MOUNTED TROOPS.—Orders
have been received at the mounted troops' head
quarters and riding school, at Carlisle, to have
a battery ready for the road at a moment's no
tice. All recruiting officers for the dragoon
service are to send to Carlisle, immediately,
whatever men they may have enlisted.
A RELIC OF THE BATTLE OF PITTSBURG LANDING.
We saw at the bar of the Jones' House Saturday
morning an immense bowie knife, picked up
on the battle field at Pittsburg Landing by Capt.
Phillips of the 771 h Pennsylvania regiment.
The weapon foimerly belonged to a member of
the famous Mississippi Tiger regiment, and is
Altogether a formidable looking affair.
Prof. ihamAN has opened a Gerru%n and Eng-
Wu school in the basement of the German
Lutl,r,u church, where all the brand's's of a
geed Eughsh education, together with the
Gentian, French and Latin languages are
taught. 1112 alto gives private lessons. Ap
ply at the office of the German Democrat, oppo
site this office.
STRAWBERRIES.—We are now in the midst of
the annual strawberry festival. There is an
abundance of this delicious fruit, and large
quantities are daily hawked through the streets ;
still the demand Jim been so fair, that sales have
alWilyB been effected. Prices have ranged at
from eight to eighteen cents per quart, but
comparatively only a few of the larger varie
ties commanded eighteen cents ; nor were many
quarts sold as low as eight cents. The general
price has been from nine to twelve cents. The
enormous crop may regulate future - prices at
hem eight to ten cents per quart.
THE Loss a THE LATE FLOOD. —The loss by
the great flood in the Lehigh valley, is esti
mated at five millions dollars. The Philadel
phis Invitrer publishes an elaborate report of
the ois,leters, which says that about one hun
dred persona were drowned by the sudden rise
of the waters. At Mauch Chunk, there was a
high I.,ck which gave way, engulfing a large
cumber of boats on which at least fifty persons
;rere sleeping, all of whom perished. At that
point the water was twenty-seven feet high,
b,hig six. feet higher than in the great flood of
NATIONAL Homo Fma.—lt is not generally
known that the great National Horse Fair will
he held at the Keystone Park, Williamsport,
Pa., September 2d to the 6th, inclusive. Ar
rangements have been made to secure the finest
aiiiemblage of imported, blooded and native
breed of horses that has been collected in this
eountry. The list of premiums will be large,
ranging as high as $2OO. Liberal arrange
meets have been and will be made with the
different railroads. Williamsport is situated
in the beautiful valley of the Susquehanna, and
aeceseible by railroad from all parts of the
United States, and is eminently well suited for
COUNTERFEIT Cora.—The Baltimore Sun says:
"A large quantity of counterfeit half and
quarter dollar coin are now in circulation in
th e city, and they are generally so well execu
ted as to entirely escape the notice of thoso not
familiar with metal. Some of them are said
to be composed of a portion of silver, and ring
almost se welt us the genuine•colo, though
they are utterly worthless. They are heavily
lasted by aid of the galvanic battery, but are
light, tam more easily detected by scraping the
sur f ace than nth, twist)."
We publish this for the purpose of putting
our citizens on their guard. Doubtless the
same spurious coin will he circulated here, if it
has not already been dune.
THE WEATHER is rather warm—warm enough
to induce spring fever, and its natural conse
quences, a state of somnolence whenever one
tits down in a shady corner. , Even to us the
Weather seems to suggest the "dug days"—h„
mutt it be to those who are many degrees south I
of this latitude, who still are accustomed to
our climate ; some of whom, too, are lying on
a bud of pain in the hospitals. Let ns remem
bdr them, and contribute any little comfort in
our power to ameliorate the hardships they so
patiently suffer, and give them at least the
consolation of knowing that they are never
forgotten, and can never ask in vain for the
s'atpathy of those left at home. It is but little
We can do fur them, but let us have that little
done well ; let them preserve the course mark
ed out by the Patriot Daughters, and the.blea-•
ling of 'the sick and wounded soldiers will nit
Arativm, oe blonsass,—Two large mortars
passed through this city on Wednesday last,
from the Fort Pitt works, Pittsburg. They are
tLe way to New Yolk, via the Pennsylva
nia C,ntral, and Camden and Ariaboy Railroad.
They are each thirteen inches iu the bore, a..d
weigh respectively 17,196 pounds.
Naw Mamma AND STONB YARD —Mr. Henry
Brown, by his card in our advertifieg columns,
announces to the public that he has opened a
new Marble and Stone yard on Meadow Lane,
between Market and Chestnut streets, where he
is prepared to execute, in a manner not to be
excelled in this city, any orders that the public
may give him.
Crier TAX.—The County Commissioners an
nounce that they have completed the levy
and assessment of taxes for the year 1862, and
an abatement of five per cent on the amount
of their respective city taxes, on payment of
the same to JOHN T. Wilms, Esq., city Trea
surer, (at his office in the new Court House,)
on or before the 20th day of June 1862.
RAY Mem:No.—Our fat mere are directing
their attention to gathering the crop of hay,
which will produce an average yield, notwith
standing the grass was short and looked indif
ferent a few weeks since. The recent rains
have effected a wonderful change in clover and
timothy. The storm which prevailed heat week
lodged much grain, some of which will not re
cover. With this exception the wheat and rye
are promising. '
FLAG PRESENTATION TO THE ONS•HIINDRBD AND
FaTIOINTH BEGIBIENT.—A very handsom silk
American flag is shortly to be presented to the
One-hundred-and fifteenth Pennsylvania Regi
ment, Colonel RoiskaT E. PATTIMON, n w at
Camp Curtin, by the numerous friends of this
military organization, in Philadelphia The
flag is to be five feet by eight in size. On oue
side will be a representation of a harp and
shamrock, and on the obverse a portrait of
General SARSITELD, mounted and' in full uni
form. Yellow trimmings and tassals, com
posed of setting silk, will adorn the flag. A
gilt eagle surmounts the pole, with the motto
—" No retreat from sword or bayonet."
THE no-Nro of the "Tycoons" in Haehnlen's
grove yesterday, was a very pleasant affair. A
very large number of the lads and lassies from
the upper portion of the city were in at
tendance, all of whom entered into the en
joyment with hearty zest. It would puz
zle any association to turn out a more gal
lant and jovial set of fellows than the Hope
Fire company, and the attractions of a pic-nic
could bring forth from their homes, no more
lovely ladies, and more beautifully attired than
were present yesterday. An excellent dinner
was served at noon, to which all did ample
justice. Dancing and social and innocent pas
timra were then re commenced, and kept up
till the "shades of night" commenced to fall.
All present had a happy time,
YANKEE CONTRIVANCES IN THS CIIIIROFIEB OF
Bowrox.—lf the organ blower's occupation is
not already gone, there appears a fair prospect
that the period is
. uot very remote when the
organist may dispense with the services of his
" assistant." In the new Methodist Episcopal
Church, on Tremont street, Boston, the organ
blowing IS performed by water-power—a small
stream of Cochituate being introduced, which
does the work admirably, without getting the
"sulks" and quarrelling with the organist.
All that the latter has to do is to turn a stop
cock, which lets on tho water, and the organ
bellows are put in motion, -and supply all the
wind desired. In the new church spire of Rev.
Dr. Dannett,•also in the City of Notions, theta
is a chime of bells, which is to be played upon
by means of electricity, so that the perfgrmer
may cause them all to sound exactly in the re
spective order be m ty desire, while seated at a
key-board similar to that of an organ.
laroamerrox was made at the Mayor's office
on Friday against Mrs. M'Curtin, charged with
keeping a disorderly bawdy house in Tanner's
alley, near Walnut street. A warrant was
issued, and officer Campbell proceeded to the
house indicated, where he arrested Mrs. M'Cur
tin, two of her daughters, and Ellen Toy, Mary
Horner, and Ellen M'Ellwee all of whom
were arrayed in their best " bib and tucker"
in waiting to proceed to Highspire for the pur
pose of attending a ball, which took place in
that town Friday night. Th 9 party were taken
to the lock-up, where, during the course of the
night, Mrs. M'Curtin was attacked with a fit,
when she was released and permitted to return
home. S 4turday morning the remainder of the
party were brought up before his Honor, the
Mayor, when one of the daughters of Mrs.
M'Curtin was also attacked with a fit,. creating
quite an excitement in the Mayor's office. She
soon recovered, and as the charge against Mrs.
M'Curtin did not seem to be well sustained, the
two daughters were permitted to retire. The
girls, Toy, Homer and M'Ellwee, however,
being notorious street walkers, were sent to
prison for thirty days.
Idumrxrows.—Daring a recent trip over the
Pennsylvania Central railroad eastward, we
were particularly struck with the appearance
of filiddletown, this county. There are thou
sands of localities, which, could. they boast of
such a pleasant, picturesque, industrious and
thrifty borough, they would never tire in ring
iug the changes upon it—the scribes would
point their pens and indite labored paragraphs
upon its natural advantages and manufacturing
importance, whilst the graceful poet would em
balm in breathing verse its beauties in hill and
valley, rippling stream, and glowingly portray
the evidences of wealth, comfort and happiness,
with which the pleasant little town so quietly
and so snugly esconsed amongst the hills,
abounds. It seems to us that there exist there
but two classes of society—those who luxuriate
in wealth nobly gained, and those who possess
a competence honorably, and, may be, labori
ously acquired, and the utter absence of that
last link in the social chain of which squalor
and filth are the almost invariable attendants,
and on which poverty and wretchedness are
the almost inseparable companions. It con
tains palatial mansions and comfortable homes,
and there appears to exist a spirit of order and
femme for good, emanating from some pow
eiful and benevolent source, which pervade and
clunnoterize all things in amiaround the place.
PeutuTtomThe earttV litionbaill Morning. dune 16, 1861.
FOR SALE. —The Ephrata Springs, located a
few miles horn Lancaster city are offered for
sale. See ad vertisemt nt.
MAJOR A. Mc D. LYON, Paymaster United
States army arrived here this morning for the
purpose of paying all discharged stildii rs and
paroled prisoners in the State. He bas already
paid off the twenty-four paroled prisoners of
the 15th, 113th and 6th Pennsylvania, of the
three moi.ths volunteers. These soldiers it will
be recollected were taken prisoners at the bat
tle of Falling Waters, July 2, 1861, and have
since been confined at different points in tbe
stir:ahem States. 'Each of the - privates were
paid the sum of $lB4 96, by Major Lynn, and
eai it also received from Capt. Dodge the ad
ditional. sum of $62 13, being the,amount due
them for commutation of rations—making a
total for each of the prisoners of $247 09.
FROM THE 7th PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY.
'Correspondence of the Telegraph.] •
HEAD QUARTEIta, leF BATTALLION, PENNA..
CAVALlt i tir, CAMP MOREHEAD, COLUMBUS, TBN.
June 7, 1862.
GEE). %roma, TEAR Sit:—Knowing that
you have ever felt a lively interest in the wel
fare of all Pennsylvanians engaged in fighting
for freedom in ibis unholy rebellion, I think
a few lines to your valuable journal may not
rove uninteresting to your many readers. The
TELEGRAPH is frequently received iu our camp
and greatly sought aft.; containing, as It does,
the latest reliable information.
Oar First battalion of Col. Geo. C. Wyn
koop's Seventh Cavaly, is commanded by Maj.
Jno. E. Wynkoop, and is composed of two com
panies from Schuylkill county, one from North
umberland county, and one from Dauphin
county, and commanded respectively by Capt.
Jennings of company A, Capt. C. C. Davis of
company I, Capt, Newlin of company F, Capt.
Newcomer of company D. The battalion has
been very actively employed since their advent
into Tennessee, capturing a large namber of
prisoners and an immense amount of confed
erate stores, with a comparatively small ex
pense to the Government. One squadron of
the battalion has been in Alabama twice, doing
excellent service and bringing back to Colum
bia two hundred prisoners at one trip. Tee
second squadron, under command of Capt. C.
C. Davis, was detached to Col: Starkweather's
A B G command, and his command gave to the
acting General the very beat sallsfaction.—
Whilst detached under Starkweathqr we cap
tured in three weeks eighty rebels, about eleven
thousand dollars worth of provisions, beside a
number of horses and mules, and drove a man
rending band of Cavalry out of Maury and
Lewis counties. The General at our parting
gave to us a very flattering testimonial, which
we have duly preserves. Capt. Davis is from
your own city, and the most of his boys are
Harrisburgers. His command is as good a
one as can be found anywhere..
A few weeks ago orders came for a march ;
everything was in readiness, Morgan was near
us; we went in pursuit of him as far as Pulaski,
Tenn., and drove him and his band from that
neighborhood. He heard of our cowing and
left ten 1 ours iu advance of us. Morgan is
a shrewd scoundrel. After remaining in Pu
laski several days we returned. Shortly after,
we, in company with Gen. Negley's whole com
mand, made a forced march to Pulaski, and from
Pulaski to Rogersville, Ala., where we bad a
email skirmish with the rebels. The Harris
burg boys had another opportunity to show the
rebels wnat they were made of, and to their
honor be it said, they acquitted themselves
nobly. The whole command, save a very few,
are now in or near Alabama, co-operating with .
Gen. Mitchei I's command. Our cavalry boys,
headed by their officers, made a grand dash
into Winchester, Tenn., capturing one rebel
preacher captain, a lieutenant and several
other prisoners, and were at latest accounts
pursuing the flying rebels through the moun
The Union feeling here is fast gaining ground
—the better judgment of the people is showing
itself, althougo to many of them it is a bitter
pill to swallow. There is a marked change in
the feelings and actions of the people toward us;
they treat us now with consideration. I hope
old Tennessee will very soon to a man come oat
boldly for our old Flag. •
Gov. Johnson is doing a great work for this
State and for the Union. He is a stalling pat
riot, a great statesman, and en honeat
On the 2d of this month we had quite a large
turn out of the people to attend 'a Union meet
ing. About fifteen hundred in all were addressed
by Gov. Johnson, ex-Gov. Neil, S. Brown and
others ; it passe i off very satisfactorily. The
rebels are getting disheartened, and well they
might. The command is in very good health.
There have been very few deaths, and but little
sickness. All our men are in good condition
for active service and you will have a good ac
count of them. Respectfully yours, F.
$6OOO Dmarts woara or Now Goonsl-400
pair of mitts cirect from auction, at 26, 87, 60,
62 and 76 cts.; 1000 Ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 30, up to 75 cts. Great bargains! 500 new
hoop skirts for 60, 62 and 75 cts., up to $2.50
cheapest in town ; the largest assortment of
low priced dress goods—all prices. 100 pieces
white brillauts et 12i cis.; some at 16 to 18
cts.; 50 dozen of shirt breasts at 12i cts.. 20,
25 and 37 cts., extra cheap. 200 dozen of La
dies' white stockings, at 124 and 16 cts.. A
magnificent assortment of embroidered cambric
band, and cambric edging anu 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. LEVI.
We also received 10 dozen of real German
linen pocket handkerChisfs for gentlemen—a
very scarce article ; also 20 plecee of white and
colored straw matting, and 6 pieces of new car
pets from auction ; 5 piecers of black silk at all
prices. S. LBWY.
BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE,
211 E BE S 7 IN T-118 WORLD
IVILLE.AIf L. itATOELELOR'S cele•
brated Has Dye produces a color not to be die
tiuguish-d from na'ure—warranted not to Irtiure the
Hair in the lea= t; remedies toe 41 ooects of bad dyes, and
invigorator the Hair tor life. GREY, .1L.1) or RUSTY
Held .ust Indy turns a splendid Block or Brown, leaving
the Hair sett sod bvautituL Bold by all Dr ugg tot
oat The Genuin
each,ts signed WILLIAM A. BAIC &KWH,
he four suits Lox.
FACTORY; No. 81 Barclay street.
(Late 233 Broadway and 18 Bond Street.) New yaps
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE !
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye !
The only Harmless and Reliable Dyer Known
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
Ifyon wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to
beautiful andhinutal groirn or Black, without the least
Injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN' Mi-DALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Ws. A. Batotuunn sines la 11, sod over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of tne patrons
of hla famous Dye.
Wm. A. BATCHRLOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished frominature and is warmest:o
net to injure In the least, however long it may be contin
ual, and the UI Lffects of bad Urea remedied. The hair
is invigorated fbr life by this eplendid Dye, which is prop
erly apPlied at No. 18 Bond Street New York.
Sold to all the cites and towns of the United Staten, by
Druggists f okianpy (koodp Dealeri
Thrill/mann has the natnk "Ihtliatu A. Batchelor,"
al4.d adtbreea ppon a 4e8 4 Vat° 4180 living, on the pew
'What:rale Futory t 81 Bnialay, Ri o
onL4-dawly. Late 238 Broadway treitstark.
VF subscriber will have Fresh Fish,
I. Peat, Beets and other fresh trunk In season, fresh
every Tneedsy and Fridly. Aiso Apples, ()ranker.,
Lemons, Pine App:es, Bananas, ike., for isale at the store
of John Wine In Third near WaSolt street, Next door to
Bradley's; Barber 'bop.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
n AVID BERST, of r`outli Hanover
towtoilip, offers him elf as a candidate for the
off .11 of cocr • TY C SIuNEK, subject to the Union
Kepublican Nominating Convention, and pledges himself
if nr.minated an I eueted, t di eha-go the ditties of the
office with fidelity je , 3 da if*
OF all sizes, 'patterns and prices, just
received and for sale by
jelB WU. DOOL Jr , do CO.
VALUABLE NSWEIPAPER FOR BALE
T""Herald and Torch," an. urcoodi
tionnl Unio, Newspaper pri tod In Hagerstawn,
Md., and well known as one of tne oldest and most pros-
Perna nomtry inpers in Marylon wid be sold upon
rea.onable terms. For particulars address
j 01.3 d3t* 1111"Fatil do 'NEARY,
FROM READING ,
NEW YORK . AND BACK,
ONLY $4 50.
YI& East Pennsylvania 'Railroad, good du
ring the whole month of June.
Excursion tickets at the above rates can be
had at the office of the above company at Bead
ing, good for all passenger trains.
EDWARD M. CLYMER,
.je9 dtjegfl President.
Strawberries by the Quart, Chest.or Bushel,
ORDERS sent through the Post Office,
or ' oft at the lower Market, on Wedoesday or eat
lir ay mo mugs, will he promptly a vhded to.
Also they can en had at the place at any hour or the
day, 'resit pinked from the vmes.
• Ile atone Faroe and Surgery,
Immediately below the city,
jo2 J. 1111,,H.
POMADE - HONGROISE
FOR FIXING TN
je6 KELLER'S L.RIZIOSTDU
rpHF, general variety, of goods for ad
juating the _ _
ti be forma st Keller's, is unsurpassed in this city.
91 Market street
ICE CREAMY! ICE CREAM !
ONE of the greatest improvements of
the age 18 Pyne & Barr'e Patent tee Cream Freezer,
amA Fgg me great saver of Ithor. The email
quanta yor lee used and the ems:ening . short place of
Ime required to maze good toe ere im in one of their
Freezers, ...ught to induce ova y family to purchase one
of therm. They have received several sive , medals and
the highest premiums at mint/ t one, over all oth er
Freezers now in use. A printed circular eoutaining the
very best receipt for mailing ice cream, f n oualard,
ice waters, ice., with a number of cerlid.Ates a d fall
dim ions adcompaoy each Freezer.
All orders for if roust., county or State rights will be
attended to by addressing W. OARH,
nay9-d2m • Harrisburg, Pa.
B, J. HARRIS ,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Manufacturer
NO. 112 MARKET BYRNE?,
AS always on hand a full assortment
orl'in and Japanned Ware,
Ooiming and Parlor
Myna of the beat manuittoturioa, butte- Spouting, Roof
ing and Galvanized IromOurnisb, manntamured and pu t
up at reasonable rates.
mar Repairing promptly attended 10. aprBo-dly
THEO. F. OCHEFFER,
BOOB_ 410 JOB PRINTER,
NO. 18, MARKET STREET,
gir Particular attoutiou paid to ?fluting, Ruling and
Mildew of Railroad Blanks, Manifests, Pellets% Checks,
Draftn, Su. CARDS printed at $2, S 3, S 4, and $5 per
battened In elegant style. 120
AL C. SMITH,
OFFICE THIRD STREETi
mylOy) NEAR hiARKET.
AGENTS I MERCHANTS! PEDLERS 1
ENERGETIC men make $5 a day by
selling our UNION PRIZE STATIONERY PACKETS
contaluing superior Stationery, Portraits of ELEVEN
GENERALS, and a piece of Jewelry. We guarantee sat
isfaction in quality of our goods. The gifts consist of
day varieties »nd styles cd Jewelry, all useful and villa.
able. Grunlars with full particulars mailed free. Ad
dress. L. B. HASKINS at CO
30 Beekman street, New Yoik,
,PURE Cider Vinegar, which we warn ant
to be made solely from cider, just received and for,
*ale low by , NICHOLS At P O *MAN,
jel2 Corner Pront and Karlin streets.
ARGH and extensive assortment of
_I_J G assware, including Ttunolere. Gobleu l / 2 Dishes,
bowls, &0,, sc., and.averythinx 1 Qr. preseiving, at
alO HMS B JWMAN,
jel2 Corner F rod and ilArket st. eels.
OUR newly rep . leniehed stock of 'foilet
and Fancy Gads is unsurpaSsed in this city, and
jesting confident of rendering satielaction,.we would res
pectfully invite a call. . R LLAR,
91 Market street, two doors east of Fourth street. south
SALT, Coarse, Turk's Island, Fine, in
large ant small racks for dairy use, alt purottasod
before the late rise ; and for sale low by
NionoLs al BOWMAN,
my 22 'Cornet' Front and Mariet streets.
THREE - CENTS PER PAPER.
UR fresh stock of Superior Flower
191 Vs den Seeds we have determined 'to Sell it
lute cents per paper. Call at No. 91 c arket street,
seller's drug and tatioy store, and you wilt get to the
right place.: '
J. Wesley Jones' line double esters and ten week stocks
at some price.
P. & W. C. TAYLOR'S NhW SOAP.
Dis economical and highly detersive. It con
tains no Horan and will not waste. It Is warranted not
to injure the hands. It will impart, an agreeable odor,
and 18 therefore' 'suita t Ole for every purpose. Far
ale. by... . W. DOCK, Jr. & Co.
ACHOICE lot of - ASTER'S and TEN
WEEK CTOGKS , with a general variety of Fresh
Flower sod Garden Seeds, received and fiir sale ut No.
91 Market street.' , LELLEit'S Drugstore.
BAK,ER'S Cocoa and Sweet Chocolate,
for gal at JOHN WISES, Third and Walnut. nlyl
'VINE Choice 'Piss and Pare spices, at
JOHN WIS.:'S. myl
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, BROOMS
and everythiogin the line, Pat received in large
wreathes and for ease very low by
MON. ar. kCn
BEAUTIFUL TISSUE PAPr.R,
covering Looking .Glasses, Piatnr
Franies, ornamenting Ceilings; trim Ming ass Me
stai. and cat so as to tutog over strings in the chaps o
n, points, circles or festoons. For sale at
my St SCHEMR'S sooKerol E.
FIE lot of Messina Oranges and other
Foreign Fruits, Alt received and for sale by
kJ/1;11°w a so WsigN , S,
rnylO corner Front and Market streets
BIRD Fountains and seed Boxes, Ca
nary and Hemp aced fur sale by
my/9 Corner Yron% and Market, meets.
I'4MITN ASIMG excel=
lonwnthoutiate,fterfoLugo, for &a le at the wholeaale
W roteameopeff Mora of T• t NJOHOLS & BOWMAN,.
.corner of Prima and Market Monti,
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Corner Front and Market Streets,
RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of
the public to their tar. e and wall 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 beat in the market in every respect, to
gether with all kinds of
LAMPS, SHADES, BURNERS, WICKS and
Cheaper than any place in Barrizburg. We keep
on hand always all kinds of
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE
All styles and kinds of
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE,
at the old stand, NlOl-10LS St BOWMAN,
my2o Corner Front and Martset Sts.
PLANTS! PLANTS 11
TOMATO AND CABBAGE PLANTS 1
8 cents per dozen ; 26 cents per hundred ;
$2 60 per thousand.
10 cents per dozen, 76 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 FABAt will be
promptly attended to. J. kEISII.
100 PERCH OF GOOD
BUILDING LIME STONE,
FOR SALE AT MR
D. GEO. W. SANE, graduate of the
Baltimore College of Natal Surgery, havingp er
msnently louattai in the city of Harrisburg and taken the
affix formerly °coupled by Dr. Gorges, on Third street
between !dirket and Walnut, respect fully_ informs his
friends and the public to general, that be Is p f9p Arad to
perform all operations lu the Oantal prolesaloa, either
surglea ;or mechanical, fa a manner that shall not be
surpassed by operators in this or any other city: His
moue of inserting artidolal teeth Is upon the latest Un
proved scientific principle
Teeth, from one to a full set, mounted on tine Gold ,
Silver, Platte% plates or the Vulcanite Base.
I lake great pleasure in recommending the above gen
tiem in to all my former friends of Harri tburg and vi
aud feel contld:itii that he will parierua ail opera
tions to a scientific mtnner p from my knowledge of his
[aty3 dtfJ F. J. 8. GOtGAa, li. D. S.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT of Family
Bibles of different styles or binding, at 900, St 26
$1 60, $2, S 3, $4, Sb and $lO. also Pocket Bibles or dif
tercet styles and prices at soaaFFßßllltookstore.
GOOD HAMS at eight cents per pound,
just reronved and for ado by
myld DOCK JR., & 00.
P'S. B. & O. A.
YOU will find by applying at the Drug
Stores of C. A. BanuVart, tiro t 8 AI CO., and G. W.
Mlee, and Drugguda poen' y throughout tie cou airy
Pm. 25 cents per untie. Try lt. erepare.l by
h. M. POWER & C.l.
myl.9 cl4in . Roche tor, Venus.
ASMALL, but very superior lot of
Bologna sausage just received, by
WM. LOCK, Jr. &
MARK ET PRICE.
NATE, EL&VING fitted up a large ktetrig
orator, and having made contracts with some 0
our most • enable farmers to furn . eh us wi,h fresh land
sweet butter regu arl will be enabled to supply - o.r
customers With 8W:001 , fresh ice cold butter at all times.
mytte WK. DOCK, Jr. & CO.
Dr. 177.61. R. DE wn-r, Jr.,
SECOND STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
ATTENTION FARMERS 1
SCYTHES, SNATHS, GRAIN CRADLES,
HAKES, 80YniE r•10N143 and RlBitiS in great
variety, to be bad taw at , '
OLLAERT'S Hard ware Store,
jelo-dtf Opposite ih • Court cuss.
NEW MARBLE AND STONE YARD
HAYING opened a MARBLE AND STONE
YARD on Cabal. Street, minx Cheatuut Tweet, oppo-
SILO are P. nnsylvaula hailroad Dapot, ta.es Ulla me hod
of luiorming tha chasms of klarrhrourg ant ',whiny that
be Is prepared .0 ao at kluds of marble and stone w ra
in a sup-rior moaner, and on tbs mast reaao 1•11.10 terms.
le' 0 d2a*
WE STUDY TO PLEASE.
HENRY O. SHAFFER, Paper Hanger,
bathed opined a larde, new ant well selected
tuck of Walt Paper and Window haJes, at his new
store No. 11 Market street, next to Hummel & killinsera
grocery near the Bridge.
o hanging personally attenled to. All work
warranted. je9 dlm*
J UST received a small invoice of
MACKINAW LAKE TROUT.
The qualitr very Superior, and the pr.se very low.
a. DOCK, JR., & CO
CALL and see those nice and cheap Su
kj gars for preserving,
' jel2 Corner Frond and Marker. streets.
au J d er a se si li ondi S a tig i ci o r t
of C o llt w ed
See York) Ceti:Jed Sup; Caret Hams just received.
apr IR W. DJOK, JR., & UO.
A BIIPARIOtt lot of Dande 'on • I 's
id. coffee, for Kale at the store of JON WIGS, my
GROVER & BAKER'S
SEWING MACHINES 1
PARTICULAR attention is called to the
fact that, besides Lae machines mating Our aale•
brated stitch, we manotactere, in great variety testifies,
FAMILY LOCK-STITCH MACHINES•
The p•cuharitles of eseh stitch will be cheerfully
shown and captained to purchasers, mid they have the
great advantage of being able to eelint from our Mock
either a machme making the
GROVER AND BAKER STITCH
or one making the
the only valuable Scwilia Machine stitches Je prsctleei
PRICES FROM U 0 UPWARDS.
Office 730 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
For pale by
MRS. E. BRENIZPR,
78 Market Street, Harrisburg
COAL REDUCED 1 1 1
N consideration of the hard times, and
1 sal sell exclusively FOR CASH, I bare redtioed the
price of Coal as follows :
Lykens Valley Broken ogri 12 90 per ton
c. ‘. Large Egg .• 290 " "
II II E m u, Ic a 0 2pp
8101 , 11 " 2 410 "
" " Nut " 25 "
Wilksbarre .. 90 ..
Lorberry " 200 "
efir-All Coal delivered by the ['Arca Wawa Caare;:lt
can ho weighed at the purchasers dcor, and ii It falls
short 10 norm, the Coal will! be forfeited.
All Coal of the beat quality mined, aelivered fres from
Mr -Owl sold lu gantitios, at the Lowest. wttots*A Ll
Agent for Dupont's Celebrated Powder, a large supply
always no hand, at manufacturers prices.
siir-A large lot of superior baled Nay for sale. _
ill JAMBS hi. wasmuta.
GEO. W. MoCALLA,
WATCHMAKER t JEWELER,
NO. 38, 011.15 k.
II Market Street, Harrisburg.
HAS constantly on hand a large stock
WATCHES, JEWELRY mad FANCY ARTI
CLES, PLATED WARE, &c.,
Watches and jewelry neatly repaired.
N B. Don't forget the place, opposl , o the Jones'
rIIE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY
A. EC II BE .111 E L,
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 priers. mar2B-d3m
8008-BINDERS' RIILING•MACIIINES AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND DAMN= TOD
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE MVO.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
General Machine Work and Iron and Brass
WO3D TURNING IN ALL ITB BRANCHR.3,
SCROLL SAWN°, PLANING, RM., ETC.,
or Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Braes
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, &c.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS
Cash paid for Old Copper, Brea, Bpelter,
STEAM. BOILERS, &C.
PENNSYLVANIA * RAILROAD,
ABOVE STATE STREET.
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of varlousjoatterns, both stalionsry and swinging. Fast'
Wel,;his and various other building castlnss, for sale
very (limp at the Ltay2t-ly)
WM. A. PARKHILL,
Third Street, next door to the Tdegraph Printing
c,ITORES, dwellings, churches, public
bulldmgs, factories, to., ti.ted up with gee, tern •.d
iron pip- in a wor.man nee mum r Hydrants, Wash
bas na, Bath Tubs, t if lied Force rumps, Wirer CM eta,
Lead an. Iron ripe for water, VIII eon a earn. A eba,:e
of pub.io patronage is reepeutinily solicited. Alt wont
pr raptly attended to. n43.!.113m.
EXCELSIOR HAMS I !
THE.'-sE HAMS are cured by a
W YORK FARMER,
And are decidedly the moat delicious and delicately fla
vored in the marKet. y rival
and cast little more thin half. W. LOCH, Jr., & Co.
NEW Patterns o' Coal Oil Lampe, with
all the reernt y improved borne s f, r sale by
mciiol,s a 'AMMAN'S
corner F—out 4r).1 a a r eel
WA. 1M hi EDIAT ELY . —A. few
• Macttinasta and Thactom tint. Enquire at the
tiy2o , eu B titelrßUßtit Ca it ItEOP.
DANDELION COFFEE. I—A Fresh and
large supply or thia CelebraZed Coffeel net received
by fja3) WN. Dooe j r .. &t 0,
( i aIdUK.SIJ BEEF.—A splendid lot, large
k) end well cured.
wit. DOCK, Ja. k CO
VRESH FISH every Tuesday and Friday
I! at JOHN WISID'd Store, corner of third and Wet.
nut. myly .
GOLD YANd I—The largest and best
Mock, tromn.ce to s4.oo—warnsotod—at
SHEFPER S BOOKSTORE.
LYKENS VALLEY NUT COAL.
TIIST received a full supply of Lyken
u Valley Nut Oast, delivered by the patewt weigh.
carts. For sale by JAMES M. WRBBLER.
DRI &D FKUIT3, tiouaiuy, Beaus, Su).
at. JOHN WI MS. myl
Dates, Prunes, ' aims, and a
mode of stun,* JOH.It WISE'S Store, Third sod
TERSEY HAkfl—Teo tieroea of thes4
t o justly oslebratod sugar eared hams, reuetsad as
or swots law tersutaU quantities.
WIL.DOOK., Pr. t C 9.