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Au coin munioationi recommending
caedidates for political °dices must be
ra id for at the time they are handed in,
otherwise they will be laid aside.
Saturday Morning, June 21, 1862.
SUGAR of a superior quality, and at reduced
prices, carfbe had at Dock & Co's grocery store,
garket street. Our lady readers, about put
!lug up prest.rves, should make a note of this
READERS of the TILIIORAPH. who dOehli the
een•ires of au auctioneer, either in the crying
of sales, or disposing of real or personal proper
ty, are refer red to Mr. John Eniminger, corner
( 101 a Etnu t and. Second streets. He is a young
and enterprising man, and deserves encourage
CONTRACT AWARDED.—The contract for fur
aisliirrg the State with printing paper, in ac•
conlance with the proposals published in the
dally TELEGRAPH, has been awarded to Wm. B.
Mullen & Son, of Franklin county, and the con
tract for bill paper to Cyrus P. Markle, of
RAILROAD ACCOMMODATION. The Beading
r„ilroad added, last week, to the means of corn
mimic:Mon between Lebanon and this city,
which addition will be a great accommodation
it r the people of both places. A passenger oar
now leaves Lebanon for Harrisburg, at five
o'clock in the morning, and leaves Harrisburg
011 the return, at o'clock in the evening.
Paws—Mayor's Ogee—An individual wearing
the uniform of a soldier, and a sword, was ar
raigned, charged with creating a disturbance at
Umberger's tavern in Walnut street. Slept over
night in the lock-up, and s_nt to prison yes
terday for ten days. -
Thos. Carlon, also a volunteer, was arraigned
for drunkeness and disorderly conduct. Sent
A ntgro, named Henry Jarret, was brough
uo fur vagrancy, and recommitted to the lock
CIPI JOHN WEIDKAN writes to his friends at
home that while out with his company recently
ca.., IL, ounoitering expedition he was savedfrom
,_ut off and captured by the secessionists
by „a COUlTabrind, a most intelligent and clear
healed Legro, Dabney Walker," who gave him
important information and guided his command
through bye•patbs to safety. It was, of course,
vent unconstituiienal for this slave to do such
a thing, and the whole Vallandlgham crowd
will no doubt think that he should be sent back
to his rebel master to be punished for his con-.
TURNED POINSYLVANIA VOLUN URB Xti NNW
Yoga.—We are permitted to make the follow
ing extract from a letter received by a gentle
man in this city, from New York, which speaks
"Owing to the fact that several of the sol
dim; of Pennsylvania regiments have reached
to le on their way home from the seat of war,
Governor Curtin was induced to appoint a State
agent to facilitate their removal to Pennsylva
nia, be well as to attend to them whilst here.
Mr. S. Newell, the appointed agent has been
very active and successful in sending on those
veto wore convalescent to their several homes.
"Under the auspices of the Governor, an as
&on of resident Pennsylvanians, has been
pennauently organized, as you will see by a
(4)ll WlJuication In the Times of this date. Gov.
Cunt, was present at a recent meeting and de
-1; 1.4 very eloquent and patriotic addreas,
i warmly applanded."
Rim° Warm—Those who have never
exercise of a morning walk (we mean
morning walk taken about the time
shaking the dew-drope from her
,c1:8,) are entirely strangers to its
(there now, we did not intend to use
t Ns, , rd,)and exhilarating influences. Ye
to !Slumber and dose away the pre
-111 a of morning, up! and catch an inapt
1.1 . the balmy air, ladened with the fra
il ,i freshness of the verdant meads and
P - Ilea, and moistenedby "nature's tear
do and harmonious with the first song of
it ~ k, the robin, or the blackbird, while now
ti, n the famous whistler—"bob-white"
Pry rota a brief interlude to the general chorus;
rat assured reader, if you ate a lady, it will
ha t Fetter effect in beautifying your corn.
, 12 than the use of hitlf-a-dozen bottles o
k 3 ilm of a Thousand Flowers," and you
Rill ever afterward discard the application of
roug, or carmine. A. merry walk In Tune, why
there• i 9 something poetical in the very Idea ;
but cbtre is something much more poetic in the
reality. Try it on.
Coo TAME AND 116.11 . D.—W0 agree with a
'temporary, that in a rural scene the presence
"f the cow is almost a necessity to its perks- .
lon. The poet' s or painter's fancy'never rey
els in country pictures without the rippling
I tream, the green pastures and the patient Mae
owing on the hill side or in the meadow.—
nere seems to he a natural necessity for the
1, eel' animal to perfect rural imaginings or
realities. No one can question that there she
" the right individual in the right place ..,
But she is not always kept there. There are
People who so greatly admire her presence that
they insist on her presence as an adornment
to urban life ; and we consequently see her
Loot singularly, but in startling plurality,)
Perambulating our streets and pavements with
all the assurance and and iselfivssessiort of one
to the manor born. That our streets should
teeoms a grand pasture field for dairy men;
that the filth of cattle should interfere with
Pedestrians through our town ; that' hungry
40ot-footed creatures should be desPoiling our
%Lade trees and breaking down our fences, are
511 things that surely should not be tolerated.
We commend the matter to our "city fathers,"
f say to them, without reservation:the
to eeding in our streets are " the right
il dividuals in the right gem"
"IRON Claw" FOFXY-Eton:T-41E8 AGO.— The'
Invent°, a Pennsy/vaniatt,We announced some
time Awn that there had hcautAitsioveretlin the
U. S. Patent Office, at Washington, the aped
futations and drawings of an invention math
forty-t-ight yenta BO; byiThortiaa4kg,
Pentatyivanitrwhqiiin Int essentAl
reatares, was a TliC siritife orifie itimous rebel
Through the kindness of Rev. Joseph Gregg,
of the Ridge Avenue Methodist Mission Church,
of this city, who is a son of the inventor, we
are now enabled to lay before the public the
specification of the patent, together with a short
biography of his father's life. The fact of this
important invention lying latent for so Many
years, Is a strikiirg proof of the fiecessity of ex
erting energy and enterprise, in order to effect
the Introduction of even the most valuable
The following are the 'Letters Patent, con
taining a description; in the words of the said
Thomas Gregg himself, of hie ball-proof vessel,
propelled by steam power applied nuder her
and in her concave stern :
The boat -is framed on an angle of about
eighteen degrees all round the vessel, when
the top timbers elevate the balls, and the
lower ones direct them under her. The top
deck, which glances the balls, may be hung on
a mass of hinges , near the ports. Said deck is
supported by knees and cross timbers on the
lower side, so that it may be sprung with
powder, if required, when boarded by the ene
my, to a perpendicular, where said-decks will
be checked by stays, while •the power of the
powder will be exhausted in the open air,
then fall on springs to the centre of the deck
again. The aforesaid deck will run up and
down with' the angle, which may be coppered
or laid with iron. The gun deck may be
boarded at pleasure, to give room, if required,
as the men and guns are under said deck.
The power is applied between her keels, where
there is a concave formed to receive them, from
the bow to the stern, except a small distance
in each end forming an eddy. The power may
be reversed to propel her either, way; - said
power is connected - to upright levers to make
horizontal strokes alternately. The elevation
of her timbers and gearing will be propor
tioned by her,keel and tannage,
The record of the above Letters Patent was
signed by James Madison, attested by James
Munroe, Secretary of State„ and certified by
Richard Rust, Attorney Gerard.
Thomas Gregg was bent about the year 1776,
in Newcastle county, State of -Delaware, on the
west aide of the Brandywine, near Messrs.
Duponts' powder works. The ground on which
the mills stand was bottght by Mr. Dupont from
Mr. Gregg's fore-fathers. They came to this
country with William Penn; they were Irish
Mr. Gregg had a birth right. He emigrated
to the western part of , this State about the year
1798, and settled in GOnnellayille, 'Fayette
county, Pa., where he married Miss Margaret
Moore, who still resides In Connellsville—the
oldest resident citizen in the place.
Mr. Thomas Gregg died in Connellsville,
January 6, 1864.
We are truly sorry that Mr. Gregg.nor his
aged widow did note reteive.one cant. of :pecu
niary benefit for all his , hard trial and great
sacrifice. But he was often heard to say "if the
government does not approve of, and the navy
refuses to teat my ball-proof vessels while
I live, the time Will come when they will ; and
that will more than pay me for all my labor
on these occaaions." Mrs. Gregg would . reply
"that would not support the family," for which
she worked hard. Mr. Gregg in return said "it
may be when we are no More in this world our
children may yet realize something. But if not
I owe It to my God, my Maker; also, to my
country, and though I died a poor man, I have
done my duty. I know my plan is good, and
some will live to see it tried if Ido not." He
immediately on his arrival at Connelsville
went to work and had a dam constructed across
the Youghiganey river, and erected an iron
rolling mill and forge ; also, a cut nail factory
on the west side of the river. He cut his
nails by horse power and headed by hand ; sold
the firer cut nails in Pittsburg ever bought
there. He took thirty tons to Chilicothe, and
sold them for twenty-five cent i per pound.
During the war of 1812 he invented his iron
clad, ball-proof, naval vessel.. Had it patented
March 19, 1814.
Thomas Gregg was 'also 'the • ft.st to invent
and have a patent for smelting iron with
bituminous coal, to test 'which he apent wine
thousands of dollars, which invention was very
satisfactory, not only to. himself, but to all
who witnessed the wonderfuldiscovery. -
Invented a double draught furnace; and just
before his death he had _invented a plan to keep
steam boat boilers from exploding. Thus we
see that Mr. Gregg spent the most.of his life in
It is satisfactorily proven' that he Was the first
man who invented and built a blast kirnace
to smelt iron with stone coal. After *he had
Gls patent tamed, and was -about completing
his second furnace Qtl a large scale, (having to
impend his work for the want of means,) an
iron master in England obtained by some means
it copy of his model, and had a furnace in blast
before he could finish his. Therefore Great
Britain claims the invention when there is proof
that Gregg • bad his furnace patented years
before John Bull's sons ever thought of smelt
ing iron ore with coal.
Thomas Gregg: raised eight sons. Thomas
O. Gregg, his second, fought, bled and died in
the war with Mexico. But three'of his sons are
living. His eldest, George Gregg, resides in
Conn° Pa., Rev. Joeeph Gregg, in this
city, and John 0. Gregg, - in Bainbridge, Pa.
Nor Diran.—We had tbe pleasure of a call
this morning from Major Hoard; of ,the 101st
Pennsylvania regiment, whose name appears
among the list of killed at the battle of Fair
Oaks, - Va. The gallant Major participated in
that bloody battle, but fortunately escaped
without receiving any injury. Bina: then he
has been suffering from illness, and is now on
his way home to ilanalield, Tioga county, ones
furlough. He requests the papers that. pub
lished the announcement of his death to make
the proper correction.
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moBB Sion 400 " : 0 - WIZMED SOLDIRS C0me0...:4=
About two hundred sick and wounded soldier;
from Generals Banks and Fremont's armies,
are expected •to arrive in this„ city to-day.
They will be provided with mcsmaliztalittiOnsilt
litui. 4 aPs :11t4rdelit - apkiithitap Morning, Junt 21, 1862
Hoer/wt. Osamu:N.—The President has ap
pointed. the Rev, James 11. McFarland Chap
lain to the United States Army Hospitals o
CARNCHOSB AND D/XEY'S MINSTRELS. —The Great
Star Troupe, known as Carnoross & Dixey's Min
strels, numbering sixteen talented performers,
will favor-our citizens with one of tueir grand
concerts at Brant's City Hall, on Thurs
day evening, the 26th inst, Tiny have heen
performing in Philadelphia with great succeed; .
and the press:And !public of that citrbaye
;awarded there the palm ~f oxcellence. Every
a star int ''• 'the' list of
names we notice-,8 , :g. .pix 9w Frank Moran,
Arthur Hughea,' . r L:taftiCioae, assisted by a
great yosak : -and
passed'hY ht their/bile
A AcKtD:zrAmtw,frimd'of ours, in the baking
line, owned a very.fme dog,..wiiich he valued
hifhly for his hunting qualities. Recently,
theanimal exhibited sytnptems of some bodily
ailment, which: seemed toitaffie the virtue of
every remedethet wile aplied for its relief.
' Under these circumstances, the owner very
naturally began to entertain serious fears for
the dog's recovery, when au individual pre
sented himself, who promised, for the trifling
sum of one dollar, to quiet the animal as little less
than no time. The owner's eyes brightened up
at the proposal, and he instantly concluded
the bargain by banding over:the dollar and
the dog. The sat disarm/ phyeician• took charge
of both; and ,then• proceeded to a-druggist,
where, for the.small stun of five he`pro
cured a dose of : poison, which.he lost no time
in administering to the dog, and the cone- 1
quence was, that in less. than half - an honi:the
animal slept the sleep that knows no waking."
" How is the dog?" asked the owner of the
"physician," a few dayi afterward&
"Quiet—perfeistly quiet he gave a few
groans; deecribeclashort circle severattitnes,
,then finally laid down, gave several spasmodic'
'kicks, and --" • • - .
" What ! Is the dog deadr-ejnordated- the
owner, with the utmost• astonishment depicted
on his countenance.
" Dead of course he is," replied ttie physi
cian, "didn't I promise to quiet him?",
"ph, yea, bat, then yon knoW—the fact
is—good morning, sir,"
,and the owner of the
dog incontinently sloped, having by this time
"smelt an exceedingly large Mice."
- nom Haw Yoarr Aim ftaiLDELPREA.—Good
morning Mrs. Price! what Cool add rainy
weather we have - had. diring all of this spring.
Indeed it has been so much fr) thati haim de-
Gred making• my usual dry goods purchailes for
eummer until I am .positively .compellecl from
the condition of my wardrobe; .1 4 Tow,_ -Mrs.
Price, I understand, that:Mr. BowMan ' (of the
dry _good. firm of Urich dteßoWinan,). has jtuit
returned frorn New York: and Philadelphia with
a beautiful stock of suultner goods. Thus Mrs.
Early. said•to Mrs. Price; and reader the ladies
called and made their purchases, and not only
got handsome goods, but the worth of their
$5OOO DOLLARS woaTu or Maw GOODS 1-400
pair of mitts direct from auction, at 25, 87, 60,
62 and 76 cta.; 1000 Ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 80, up to 76 cts. Great bargains ! 600 new
hoop skirts for 60, 82 and 75 cts., up to $2.60
cheapest in , town ; the largest assortment of
low priced dress goods—aU prices. 100 pieces
white brillants at 12i Ms.; some at 15.t0 18
cts.; 60 dozen of shirt breasts at 127 eta:, 20,
26 and, 87 cts., extra cheap. 200 dozen of La
dies' white stockings, at 12i and 16 as. . A
magnificent assortment of embroldered.cambric
band, and cambric edging and insertings, at all
prices: 60 ,dozen of linen pocket ' kerchiefs, ;at
124.ct5.;, also liemetitched 'kerchiefs. Wholes .
sale buyers we would invitelo 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. 8. LZWY.
We also received 10 dozen of real German
linen pocket handkerchiefs for gentlemen—a
very scarce article ; also 20 pieces of white and
colored straw matting, and 6 pieces of new car
pets from auction ; 6 pieces of black silk at all
prices. B. Lawi.
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applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
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Dpotggists artd'Eamoy Goods Dealers., •
The iiiiinifnetati thelianni“ William A. Datahelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the tbar
sides of each box.
DESMNG to rest fronkthe active cares
. abrade, rhavepasiodtne dare into the hands Of
I L I sch*-JOWT:soorninger, who will euntinne the bustJ
nese as heretofore at the suction, Store, No. Bt, Corner
of Fecond and Cheatnnt streets in this city; whore I
I , ould respectfully call the attention of my friends s a t
be policrgenerally to lay.lazgekstookAtnewand second
hen iglettdogomeand wend. hand fortilture, and an
end Wety i slituselhl Acacia: all of which wi ll be sold
at-fil e tion • Mites: Ote rnit hwm tp be msmaT Ald ci fo m r all
artiol • 131 y lice of beisinens.• • • - •
Iteer&p a ta vehicles, meek,
real 0 0 , Witt e punctually at
tend's/4M 4sprestilnmebill• tilei'll , !clank at tie. 24;
eorneitr„s t p l ont cknyincm ha ttal ~.,
ica.2lU.snatew city / Seer
BE WISE BY Tnits!
Wholessile Vskatory . , Al -Barclay St.,
t.Ltate 210 Broadivig,:New York.
O' YES 1!
PRINONTON. N. J.
Rev. Jamas P. Mecums, A. M.,t
Rev. Thos. W. ClArram., A. M., 1
Institution, founded in 1829, is
I. designed to prepare boys thoroughly for college or
-r a toruottess 'the buildings ate large and commo
Mr us, cud ILe gronuns embrace morn then th.rteen
acres. Both of the Principals devote their whole little
to the r eluto4 1$ in the department of lestruomen by
he military inAruction , nd dri.l, (under the charge
of an expel lenced lustructori lo arranged so as not to
interfere with. the regUlar rullateA t (MDCALD) hug a pet of
the tine apprapria•ed W exercise and recreation.
Pupils-are rouldeed et any time and charged only from
the date of ad c ission. Timm —lll6 llO per maim or
For circulars, or further infoimalon, address either of
the Principals. iite'Reitee tiLada toles Rev. Mr.
Brom the Rem Dr.. Hodge and the Rev. Dr. McGill,
Professors in the 2keoloyical Seminary, Princeton, N.
I. have for several yaws been. intimately acquainted
with the hey'. Thomas W: Oaten. Ho has had charge
of two of my sons, and I can safely say I have never
anown ny, one in. whose Silolity.a6ddevotiost .to lautftu
pile, 'have aqua fie Is rkgood scholar, arid
a succesetil teacher. I know no one wbo LISSA greater
"facility in gaining the love of his scholars or who exerts
over them a better Influence .
lam aware of the responsibility in , ape,king is each
terms of commendation of a teacher,' but .1 am uttisfled
lam doing nothing-but simple just. a to an ex - ellen t
man, In tubas *ha language which have• here- em
ployed 01:1A111.118 /1111 XV,
1 have great cblifide: d in , die her. JIB. fr. Hughes, as
a teacher both:a his apitlias to give itstruction, and
his i n administration of discipline. I have but two
suns under his care, an 1. frbut the moat earefu l observu:
honl am free to recommend the rogehill reboot as .oue
of safe ant‘tborougt,thistrnutort ,
jei4 atkiiNDuSt al'GkiL
The Girard Life Luniranoe, Aimuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
OFFICE NO. 408 CHESTNUT SYYREE'T.
UPI rAL'AND AISB6T3
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President
JOHN F. JAMES, actuary, •
CONTINUE to. make INSUB4NOE ON
LIVE 4 on the most ream). able finis.
*Vary aetas Executors, Trustees and atuirdiatis under
last Wills. and , as Receivers sad.AEsigneell ,
Ilk'', capital being paid,atp earl invested, together with
a large and coirstazuly Wore anti reserved fund, offers a
perfect securty to tio insured.
The premiums may be paid yearly, half yearly or quer
oompauradd.s - BOSIJA periodinallrO the Dias•
remits for Lfe.....noilrlitgf BONUS .appropriated In. •De
oember.l£l4l3l;the SIMICOND ..13J1tOgin•Deeetabiii, 1849,
tha TaleD 8uN11,9 in, December, 1854, and the POUATH
BONUSAU 1859.' •Thekruddiaoha are mile 'Without re
quiz/lig any Morass:. in ibe premiums to bo pa id to the
Tile following are a few example; from the Register
lAmount of Policy and
addrios Bonus or bonus to be increased
Polley. Insured by lotus additions.
No. 80 82600 IS. 887 50 $8„887 60
'•132 1 8000 1 1,050 tO 1 4,050 00
199 1000 .400 001 ' 1,400 00
883 I 5090 I 1,875 00 1 6,875 00
Agent at Hai and ylcdnii
1 - 1. GEO. W. WINE, graduate of the
IJBaltimore.College of Dental Surgery, havingp er
tourieutly located in the bityof Harrisburg and taken the
office formerly occupied:by Dr. Gorgais, on Third street
between Market and Walnut, respectfully inlorma his
friends and the public in general, that he is p reptred to
perform all operations In the Dental proiessioa, either
eurgica Jor mechanical. tu a Minna: , Gist Mtn not be
surpassed by operators in this or any otiur city. Ms
mode of inserting artincial teeth is upon the latest Im
proved scientific principle.
Teeth from Ode to a full set, mounted on doe Gold ,
Silver, Platin plates or the Vulcanite Base.
..I.takeirist pieseure la recamoteatling the above gen
flew= to all el/former friends of garrleourg and vi
cinity, and feel confident Mat he will perform ail opera
tions in s scientific manner, from my knoaledge of his
ability. [ova dtlj F. J: 8. GORGSS. ii. 8.
THE ' DELAWARE ' MUTUAL
SAFETY INSURANCE COMPA-NY.
INGOEItPO A TED 18.0.
Capital and Assets
Wm Martin, 'Edmund A. Fonder, Throphilos Paulding,
Jno R. Penrose, Jno...C.RavisJas. 'banner . , Win. Byre, jr,
James C. Hand; William O. lidat, — Joiteph B. Seal, Br.
R. H. Huston, George . Leiper, :Hugh, Craig, Charles
E J. NUMMI:in; Henry blow;
Edward Darlington Jannie - BroOki,Elperteer
Tboinas C. ' , Hand, Rabat Burton Jacob P. Jones, James
j3,:kprarbind, Josinia , P
P. Eyre, John B. Riimple. Pitts
burg, U. Horgan Pittsburg, 'A. B. Berger, Pittsburg.
. MARTIN, Presidext.
• • .THORAR'O: HAND, Tice Prctident.
The undersigned as agent " for the above named , c ore.
Pan,' , continues to take Fire Bilks In Harrisburg and
too.ins, 11113 R.
icTOTION is hereby given, that the Common
I,ll' Anicil of the. City; Wlllirrisburg;: , bave
completed the levy and assessment of. Taxes for
the pear 1862,jaridfthit all piirsOnsistiall be en
wield to an abate - ilea of
DIVE PER .OENT.
on the amount of their respective City Taxes,
on payment of the same to JOHN T. WILSON,
”City Treasurer, (at his o ffi ce la . the new
Court Houne,)on orbefore"thepth.day of June,
By order pf the Common Council.
j ell-dtje2o Clerk.
FROM R EADING
YORK AND BACK,
ONLY $4 50_
-1774 East Pennsylvania Railroad, good du
-ring the whole mouth of June.
Excursion tickets at the above rates can be
bad at the office of the above company at RNA'
ing, good for all passenger trains.
EDWARD M. OLYMER,
9F patternsPtibes,: just
'received andfor4ede by
013 . WM. DaOS, Jr,, & ;00.
T IES genexal variety of goods for ad-
. —.TO-ILET - .
,„ . .. .
is lanßarpsisis . d •in this SiAY- •
.i. 5 6. ! , & , ',.., - ; ... . . ,: ....... 10),..bisrlailikeet ..
WiftimvoadlAstnaffsrit,lo . ; l
PLANT'S! P.LANTS 11
TOMATO AND CABBAGE PLANTS
8 cenbi per dozen ; 25 cents per hundred ;
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; 50 cents.
EVERQ,II4I4 SWEET CORN.
Per bushel, "ea r 's, $2 00
Per bushel, Shelled, 4 00
Per quart, shelled, - 26
Orders sent4o the KEYSTONEPARK will be
Promptly attehded to.`. 1"
100 PEJIC , or adob
p. II LDIN G LIME RUNE.
FOR EIALR AT ate '.
BT. R R...E R . R
Strawberries by Ake, Cliett, or ashel.
ict RDERS sent through the- Post Office,,
Vorlon at the lower Markel on..Wedeeeday or Sat ,
tun ay mo Maga, will Oepromptly a tended to.
A Ito they can re. had at the place at any boor of the
day; fresh plaited from the mittee: .
.Kevittoneltarm ant litireery,
Immediately below the oily •
Jet _J. MISH.
!A• 13_,A 41114
P U M
S- FITTE R ,
Phird Street, sect door the rekgraph Print*
dwellings, .olnir:ehes, 'public)
ij buildings, factories, kw, seed, up with gee, lead iced
iron pipe ina workman like manner. Hydrants,. Wash.
basins, Bath Tubs, lift aud Force Pumps, Water. Closets,
Lead and Iron Pipe for water, gee awl steam. A share
44 public patronage Is respectfully solicited. All work
pr raptly attended to., , togBo4lBm.
XANITIAOTWIED •BY THE
UNITED STATES BIOTIN' ROOFtie CO.
NO. 9 GORE BLOCK,
Corner Green and Pitts . Streets, Roston, Mass.
THIS Portable Roofing is the-only article
ever ollbred to. the public, whiohis reed! prepared
to go on the roof without any Mashing operation: It ill ltgbt,
handeome and easily applied, and' can be as tely
end cheaply transported to any put of the world. --It
Will not t aint or diacalor water running over, or lying on
it, and la in all mope Ai a very desirable article. La
nonconducting PioPertied adait 1443Peoisity to covering
Manufactories of various kinds, am , it is conlidently (ti
nned to the publio after a teat of four ye:train all vane.
des of clanateetad temperature .for ooyell.ig all kinds of
loofa, flat or pitched together with Of" steamb tate, duo
It is both chop and durable. .Agents wanted, to wham
Worst inducements are offered- Send for sample, °iron
er, no., with particulars, to ~. "U, "U, ROWING 00.,
• apr24 dim : SO. 9 Gore , Blociti Boston
DAIPL. A. MITE.NCH, AGENT.
the'Old Wallower Line respeotfally
j informs the public that this Old Daily 'tliummolloo•
tontine, (the only Wallow& Mai nal In exist s doe In
thls City,) is is in suet:Bidet ciparation,'lthd 'prepared to
carry fnaght Ws low'as any otaer individual line oetween
Philadelphia; Harrisburg, ettibery, Lawbiourg, Wil
liamsport, Jersey M ack haven and all other putt' t s
on the Northern Central, PhilaitelPhia 'and Erie and Wil
liamsport and nitre. Railroads. • •
DANL. A. IdHENCII, &gent.
Geode sent to the Ware House or Mesas. Peacock,
Zutl &Inohmais, Nos 808 and 810 Harkin; itreetatiove
eighth, Pldlarierphia,-by 4 'walks.; F. wilt arrive at
Harrisburg, ready' for delivery next morning.
JOHN. B. SMITH
HAS removed his Boot and Shoe Store
from the corner of Second and Walnut streets to
NO. 108 MARKE T STREET,
Next door to Haynes Agriculture Stare, where he intends
to keep all kinds of Boots a^d Shoes, Gaiters, ho., and
isrgeptock orTrtudts, and everything , in his line of bu
siness ; and will beXhankful to receive the patronage 01
his old customers and the public In general at his new
phme <Whininess. All kinds of work made to order la the
hest style and by superior workmen. Repairing dune at
short notice.. (aprMilf) =JOHN B. SMITH.
B IT. H A - B B. I B - •
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware . Manufacturer
NO: .112 AtimisT szPREz,
lj AS always on hand a hill assortment
or Tin and Japanned Ware, Ckioatog and Parlor
'Stores or the beat manutaoturiecOutte , Spouting, Roof
ing and Galvanized Iron Uornien,qtaanuraotared and pu t
up akreasonsblo rates. .
jar Seouring promptly attended to. apr3o-dly
TB:BO.- F. ISCHEFFER;
BOOK AND .1408 *ER;
iNO. 18, MARKSI STREET,
TrAARTNBURG. • -
sirPartioalar attention paid to Printing,-Ruling and
. Binding of Railroad Manna, Manifests, Menne, Checks,
`Drafts, CARDS printed at VA, $3, $4, and $6 per
honsand In elegant style.
ATLANTIC AND OHIO TELE—
fr.HE Stookholder'e Minuet meeting ;will
be held at the office of tIM neiretery, (2 gorrest ,
Piece) 128% South Fourth Street, On
THORSTA 1, JULY rith, at 10% o'clock A. It end*
time an election for nice directors will take place, and
such caber business Utitnetc!ed as may be brought be
fore the.meeting.. IL H. MILLINGFORD,
AGENTS! MERCHANTS 1 PEDLERS I
ENERGETIC men make .465 a day by .
selling our lINION,PRIZIC BTATIONEIMPAOSIIII3
containing .. , smerior Stationery, Partraits of. Etsvga
GENERALS, and a piece or Jewelry. We guarantee sat.
Graafian in quality or our goods. The glib, &Mils' of
fifty varieties and styles of Jewelry, all useful and Tale
able. Circulars with full particulars ensiled free. Ad
dress.RAWLINS & CO.
apileSmd SG Beekman streak New York.
XTE, HAVING fitted up a large Retrig
orator, and having made oontricte with Some 0
my most reliable farmers to furnish' at with freith land
sweet butter reels:la, win be cabled to supply 'oar
customers with sweet fresh ice oold butter h all times.
my 29 Wit DOCK, a: & CO.
Dr. WM. R. DE WITT,4i.,
SECOND STREIT ABOVAT, LOCUST.
_ zdAgE TROI7T
UST received a email invoice of
MACKINAW LAKE TROT T IT.
The quality very superior, and the price voirriolii:'
WM. DOCK, JB. , &CO
ATTENTION FARMERS 1
Quitino., &ATM, GRAIN CRADLES,
)..) RAKES, ECITTIOB 89/3 and RIMS In green
tea'GILBERT% Rardwart. SLAP*
isle-Ste Opposite tho Coat lime.
$2 60 per thousand-
NICHOLS - & BOWMAN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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,
IM3P - S,
' • COFFEE,
° L 1 13 111%, &C., &O.
FLOUR ~. .
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; Si - LADES, BURNERS, WICKS and
Cheaper than any place in Barrisbury. We keep
on band always all kinds of
, OEDAR AND WILLOW WARE
All styles and kinds of
QUEENtinalt AND GLASSWARE,
at-the old stand, NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
my2o Oomer Front and Market Sta.
BOOK-BINDEBS' lIIILING4tCHINES AND PINS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND IILiCOUNIS FOR
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Willa and Fodder Cutters,
General Nadine Work and Iron and Brass
WOOD TURNING IN ALL ITS DRANORstai
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, MU., MC.,
W Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Brass
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, &c.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CIITIING TOOLS
M®' Oath paid be Old Ooppei, Dries, Spelter, 60.
STEAM BOILERS, &C.
ABOVE STATE STREET.
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of VILHOSIS patterns, both stationary and swinging. Pasta
Weights and various other building ousting., tor sale
very cheap at the NOS-Iy] 111 WU, WOBXB.
GROVER & BAKER'S
PARTICULAR attention is called to the
fact that, besides the machines meting oar cele
brated stitch, we auumfactare, in great variety of striae,
FAMILY LOCK-STITCH MACHINES•
The peculiarities of eseh stitch will bo cheerfully
shown and explained to purchasers,. and they have the
great advantage of being able to select from our stock
either *Machine making the
CFROUR AND BAKER STITCH
or one making the
the only valuable Sewing Machine stitches 'ln practical
PRIORS FROM HI UPWARDS.
Office 780 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
For sale by
MBS. E. BRENIZEB.,
78 Market Street, Harrisburg
GEO. W. MoC.ALLA,
WATCHMAKER dc JEWELER,
A . NO. as,
dal& Market Street, Harris
lIAS constantly on hand a large stook
AMIE% JEWELRY and FANOY ARTI-
Watches and jewelry neatly repaired.
N Don't forget the place, oppoelte the Jones'
TILE BUT 090.118 1911 TIM LEAST lIONZY
X E L,
SOOTS AND SHOES,
and at all
Next door to the Court Housej
Also general assortment of TRUNKS, VA
LLSIB and OARPET BAGS, at the lowest
oash prioes. mar2B-d3m
COAL REDUCED 1 1 !
N consideration of the hard times, and
JAAJ sellizoluedv* HOB, I have reduced the
price of Coals
Britkein tgo s 2 90 per toe
. 46 •el tulle Egg 46 2 2 0 • 46
46 " iSisiallirgel 290 "
" Stove c 290 c
64 66 N e t o 225 44 Id
Wilksbarre •• 290 a 46
Lorberry 46 290 " 66
AgrAil 0 06 1 delivered by the Parser Wane Canaan
can be weighed at the purchasers,or and if it falb
short 10 POUNDS, tlieCoal wll4 be Wawa.
All Coal of the beet quality ralliad i domed free f rom
jay -0311 mold In quote*, at the towere waotaasta
Agent, for Dupont's Celebrated Pp seder, a large supply
alive.ysbaud;itlpuuirect urets prices.
Weak* or silperiortiakid Hay for sate.
723 , y l tturs et. wHEllisit.
-EBE-tr . ICE MEAD" 2 2
. NE * the: greatest improvethenta of
Othe alltit*Trio k Bares Meat Ice Oream Fromm
aEgg /Wm; the great saver or labor. The moll
thy or ice used and the exeseding dm; opus of
/WollairOd to make good Me cream la One of their
Inicamionght to induce every family to parasol one
oti *em. They have received matelealtdVer modal and
thodsbeet panda= at ealgtrdens, over all other
,now in use. A. printed dream contalning the
oily boot', receipt ror masingioe cream, frozen mustard,
bielirater; he*. with& number of certuicatai aid Ml directions accompany easblitreaser.
AA orders lor treaseto,oyouty Of WM 4ghtil
attended to by addrambig