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Thursday Afternoon, June 28, 1882.
Tna " Emus MANSION," formerly the Penn
sylvania Female College building, a pretty lo
cation for a private residence, is offered for sale.
THE SUMMER GUABD9, formerly the Lancas
ter Zonaves, have been invited by the net
City Zonaves to participate in the celebrationof
the fourth of July iu this city.
Acorns/42.—A short time since, a daughter
of Mr. Abner Croll, of Middletown, fell upon a
butcht r knife and cut her face very badly—the
knife penetrating to the cheek bone.
THE Flirmasarr and Good Will fire.compa
nice held a meeting last evening and formally
accepted the invitation of the First City Znavee
to participate in the celebration of the Fourth
New Cnoaca.—We understand that a move
ment is on foot to build a German Reformed
'church in Middletown. It will be erected in
the Middle Ward, provided a suitable lot can
Bum ur raa RlVER.—Since yesterday at noon
the Susquehanna has risen some five or six feet,
and a large quantity of drift wood is floating
with the current, indicating a considerable
freshet in some of the tributaries of the river.
SCARLIT Faymt.—This dreadful disease is still
pursuing its ravages in some sections of the
country. Three children have lately died out
of the family of Mr. Isaac Mumma, near Mid
dletown, and several others of the same family
are in a very critical condition.
COL. CAMPBELL.—The many friends of this
gallant officer will be glad to learn that he has
so far recovered as to be able to appear on our
streets, though compelled to use crutches. He
is stopping with his wife at the Brady House,
in this city, where he receives all the attention
which his situation requires. We saw him in
the Adjutant General's office yesterday, and he
seemed to be very sanguine of his early return
to the army.
The gallant Colonel, was struck in the left
groin by a round ball shot from a Mississippi
rifle at the battle of Fair 'Oaks, just atter sun
down. The ball went completely through his
person, luckily passing between the thigh bone
and the femoral artery. A variation of half an
inch to right or left would necessarily have
proved fatal. He was in the woods at the time
and owing to felled timber had dispensed with
his horse. Contriving to pass from the woods
into a wheat field, a distance of about thirty
yards, he here sunk from exhaustion. A mem
ber of his regiment in endeavoring to assist
him further, was killed, the shot that struck
him fatally passing through the Colonel's right
arm. An hour and a half passed before other
assistance 0111113, when two men with a stretcher
appeared to bear the bleeding officer from the
field. The cover Of night and the humanity of
their mission did not save them from annoy
ance. They were shot at, but preserved and
successfully performed their errand. Between
the time of the failure of the first effort tolre
remove the Colonel and night, he was repeat-•
edly fired upon as he lay there on the ground,
some balls striking so near as to cast the dirt
in his face. After a time he dragged himself
into a furrow deeper than the rest, where he
was less observed and able to enjoy comparative
immunity from further assault.
Col. Campbell's sword scabbard and belt were
carried from beside his person by a ball, one
skirt of his coat was badly rent and a portion
3arried away by a piece of a shell, and through
Ids clothing were five boles made by balls
other than those that gave him his injuries.
A HARRD3BDRG CONTRACTOR AND INVIINTOR.—
G. B. Waistling, Esq., a native of this city,
eon of Geo. P. Weistling, Esq., is the civil en
gineer in charge, and one of the contractors
of, what is called the Van Nest Gap Tunnel, on
the Warren railroad, New Jersey, said to be
one of the most extensive works of the kind
in America. The Tunnel is through Scott's
Mountain, Warren county, New Jersey, and
the Warren railroad is a continuation of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad
of our State. The Tunnel is 8,006 feet long,
and in the clear 26 feet wide and 20 feet
high. About one - half of it required heavy
timber supports and masonry, while the other
half is through a very hard granite rock. In
the prosecution of the work almost .every
character of labor done under ground proved
necessary. The material ranged from quick
and, with a great abundance of water, to hard
rock, with ledges, through which sometimes
100 feet was driven without meeting a seam.—
There are 8 shafts on the work respectively 65
feet, 116 feet, and 166 feet deep. At these
heavy engines for pumping and hoisting were
In the parapet masonry at the west end of
the Tunnel a large marble slab has been placed,
having on it the name of the Tunnel, Presi
dent and Engineer of Road and Contractors,
M'Allister and Weistling, with blank for nam
ing date of completion, which will be in the
month of July next.
During the progress of the work Mr. Waist
inVented a gunpower of novel composition,
which possesses some extraordinary and valu
able properties. If ignited in an unconfined
mass or in an open keg, it burns without ex
plosion, while if thoroughly secured by t am p.
ing it explodes with as much force as ordinary
gunpowder. Mr. W. has used this powder ex
tensive y in his large operations•in the tunnel,
and found it be a superior article. A patent
has been applied for it, thotigh the papers are
not yet issued. By varying the proportions of
the ingredients a powder is produced which is
explosive under all circumstances, and this
property may be varied to any extent desired.
GOOD Appourrararr.—The Judges of the Court
and Commissioners have appointed Mr. M. B.
Ramler, of Middletwon, to pay the families and
all those entitled to the Soldiers'• Relief Fund,
in that city.
Tau Caosts.—The important period of harvest
is near at hand, and the prospect of gathering
in an abundant crop, is very encouraging. In
the counties of Cumberland, Dauphin, Leban
on, Berks and Lehigh, as we recently had an
opportunity of observing, the grain is maturing
beautifully, and the yield will undoubtedly be
Thu ROBBERY or air. DELLONE. —No clue has
yet been obtained in reference to the robbery
of Mr, Joseph Dellone, of Hanover, York
county, a notice of which appeared some time
since in the TEISGRATB. The amount stolen
was over eight hundred doll trs in $lOO
bills on the York bank, and checks on the
same bank to the amount of six or seven hun
dred dollars. Mr. Dellone, at the time of the
robbery, was on his return from Philadelphia,
and does not know whether he was lobbed
while in the train or in Harrisburg, where he
had stopped for a few hours.
Scwooa HAMIONIUM.—Knoche Music dealer,
No. 93 Market street, is the agent for Messrs.
I Mason and Hamlin's New School Harmonium
—one of the neatest and best musical instru
ments we have ever seen. It has a powerful,
yet sweet tone, an excellent swell, a bellows
that works with great-ease, and a case which is
very neat and strong. The small price at
which it is offered for sale, puts it within the
reach of almost every school. Teachers who
desire to obtain an instrument for their private
use, and cannot afford to purchase a good piano,
will find in the School Harmonium an admirable
substitute. We hope that teachers, and others
concerned, will take an early opportunity to
examine it•for themselves.
ELEPHANT Loosa.—Our readers will recollect
the performing elephant Tippo Saib, belonging
to Van Amburg'a menagerie, which exhibited
in this city a short time since. It seems that
the animal sometimes gets his "dutch up," and
on these ( cessions makes things "rip miscel
lanously," regardless of expense. While at
Lewistown, Tippo got one of these spells on and
went oft on an independent exhibition. The
Democrat says, that after leaving the pavilion,
ha made his way to the Poor House Farm,
where he was found some hours afterwards.
He paid no respect to fences in his route.
Where they were low enough he walked right
over them, but where he could not do that, he
laid a pannel or so down and walked through.
He did no serious damage, and was easily caught
and marched back by • his keeper to head
Acorossrr.—On Friday of last week, Mr.
Lieby, of Middletown, met with a serious acci
dent, near Mechanicsburg, Cumberland coun
ty. It appears that he procured a horse and
carriage, in that place, to drive into the coun
try. After proceeding a short distance, the
horse became fractious and commenced kick
ing, upon which Mr. L. took his son—a lad
of about eleven summers—out of the carriage.
He then tried to pacify the horse, but his
animal suddenly turned around, and threw
Mr. L. on the ground, tramped upon him, and
then ran over him with the carriage. His sad
misfortune was soon discovered by some friends
who conveyed him to town, and immediately
procured the services of Dr. Day of that town,
who, •upon dressing his wounds, found that he
had one rib broken and three others badly in
jured. He was taken to his residence, in Mid
dletown, on the evening of the same day the
accident occurred, and is now doing as well as
can be expected.
TIM PATRIOT DAUGHTERS-An Urgent Call:
Two very urgent calls have been recently made
for aid for our wounded brave men, who are
now suffering in behalf of our government.
One is from York, where, we understand, one
thousand are lying in the hospital ; and, coining
suddenly upon the people, have with difficulty
been provided for. They require under cloth
ing, night shins and wrappers, and any deli
cacies that are generally grateful to the sick.
The York ladies beg us to send them'some as
sistance, and we must not refuse them. The se
cond call, and, if possible, a stronger appeal to
our sympathies, is froti . White House, Va.,
where nearly all the sufferers are Pennsylva
nians, and lamentably in want of the ordinary
comforts of a sick room. We beg all who care
for their:wounded fellow-men will recall them
to their minds, languishing, pining, even dying
for want of care and the little comforts that we
can so easily give them, and send in abundant
supplies for their need. The citizens of Harris
burg have given most generously ; they have
never been appealed to in vain ; but we must
not "weary in well doing ;" and, while the war
against treason lasts—while there is a drop of
blood to be shed, we must do all in oar power
to alleviate its horrors and soften its distress.
Digrassamt Occutuurtica.—A few days since,
a woman and child, narrowly escaped from be
ing burned to death, by the explosion of a coal
lamp. Both were horribly burned in their
faces, and their recovery is considered very
doubtful. The accident occurred near Middle
town in a canal boat. The sufferers were re
moved to a house, in the lower part of town.
Bat what makes this sad occurrence still more
distressing, is the fact, that only a few weeks
/ Awe, they barely escaped a watery grave. It ap •
pears that they resided near Pine Grove, where
the recent freshet was very severe. The hus
and father was absent, boating, but when
the water commenced to rise, he became alarm
ed for the safety of his family, and hastened
to their rescue with all possible speed, and
just arrived in time to save the life of his wife
and child. He at once placed them in a boat,
and soon afterwards, their house with all the
furniture was swept away. Not being able to
secure a house, he concluded to take his family
with him into his canal boat. On last Thurs
day be placed them on it, and they arrived
near Middletown on the same day, when the
dreadful accident above mentioned occurred.
The name of the family is withheld for rea
lms not necosaury to mention at present.
iltinsglurtnia ait ettegtapk atittrotrav - afternoon, aunt 26, 1962
Smut. lifswrnio.—A special meeting of the
City Council will be held this evening.
A SPECIAL AlawrrA of the Citizen Fire Com
pany will be held this evening, for the purpose
of making arrangements for the celebration of
the F..urth of July.
A &mom. lifirrnva of the Moant Vernon
Hook and Ladder Company, will be held at
the Truck House this evening to consider the
propriety of accepting the invitation of the
First City Zluaves to participate in the propos
ed 4th of July celebration.
PlO-NlO next Monday - Will be the largest
of the season. The Eirrtracht Singing Associa
tion will be on the ground and favor the com
pany with a variety of songs. AU respectable
ladies are invited, as urnnibrams will be fri o for
ei HAY Iturtsa.—Since the commencement of
the present favorable weather the farmers are
busily engaged in securing their hay. The
crop of grass is abundant, and should the wea
ther remain favorable fora few weeks,thousands
of tons of sweet scented hay will be gathered
STHE COLD WRATH= PARTLY ACCOUNTED FOR.
—The officers of the packet ship David Heatlly,
which vessel arrived lately at New York from
Liverpool, report that they encountered up-.
wards of fifty icebergs during the passage, be_
sides a grear deal of floating ice. The ship Pa
nama, also from Liverpool, brings a similar re
port. The presence of these large masses of ice
on our coast probably accounts, in some mea
sure for the extraordinary backwardness of the
season. The nights and mornings in June are
rarely as cold as snow. Numerous bergs and
fields of ice from the Arctic seas, breaking up
and drifting down with the current of the Gulf
stream, have a tendency to produce such ef
PENNSYLVANIA. SVCS TEILOMMIr INSTrrUTIL
All those engaged in teaching and who wish to
keep pace with the pnAkress of the age, in the
art of acquiring and the still more important
art of imparting knowledge to those committed
to their charge, should, before making arrange
mentsi for their awn vacation visiting, re
member that the S Teachers' Institute
meets in the city of I
ng, on the 2th of
August next, and continites2four days. As all
teachers who labor in their avocation have
need of recreation, there is no better way than
travelling in a healthy region like that between
this city and Reading. Eminent men of our
own and other States will be there to give in
struction. There is no doubt but the Reading
Railroad Company will issue excursion tickets
on that occasion. ; .
Tax Arm or Swiluarto.—Men are drowned by
raising their arms above water, the unbuoyed
weight of which depresses the head. Other
animals have neither motion nor ability to act
in a similar manner, and therefore swim natu
rally. When a man falls into a deep water, he
will rise to the surface, and will continue there
if he does not elevate his hands. If be moves
his hands under the water in any way he
pleases, Itta head will rise so high ea to allow
him tree : liberty to breathe ; and if he will uia;
his legs as in walking, (or rather of walking
up stairs,) his shoulders will rise above the
water, so that he may use the less exertion
with his hands, or apply them to other pur
poses. These plain directions are recommended
to the recollection of those who, have not
learned to swim in their youth, as theynuty
be found highly advahtageous in presen t *
A MODEL Esmnasturawr.—Among the many
improvements lately made in our city, to which
we can point with pride as an evidence of pros
perity and as a determination on the part of
our business men, no longer to remain behind
the " light house," is the completion of Eby
& Kunkle's large brick building at the corner
of Market and Fifth streets, which is alike
creditable to the owners and ornamental to that
part of our city.
The building is not only one of the largest,
devoted to the grocery business, outside of New
York, but the stock oh Menges competion.—
Without going into detail, we may safely say
that the firm keep on hand everything usually
kept in a grocery store, (liquors excepted,) and
that they sell at very small •profits. Their
clerks are civil and accommodating, and have
strict instructions under no circumstances what
ever to misrepresent or,take advantage of any
customer. A general invitation is extended to
the public to visit the new building and exam
ine the extensive stock, whether they purchase
Cm. Wm. F. &arr.—We had the pleasifte
yesterday of taking by the hand Col. Win. F.
Small. The Colonel was wounded in the leg,
(we think at Winchester,) and has suffered
severely for the last six weeks, but Is now slow
ly recovering, and expects to be at the head
of his command soon. He has our best wishes,
and in speaking of Col. Wm. F. Small, we as
sociate his military services hi Mexico, his`gal
lant bearing at Baltimore, and his qualities as
a soldier and gentleman—while the humble
dry goods firm of Urich & Bowman continue to
sell cheap at the south east corner of Front
and Market streets. -
$5OOO Dorms= WORTH or lbw Goons 1-400
pair of mitts direct from auction, at 25, 37, 50,
82 and 75 cts.; 1000 Ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 30, up to 75 cts. Great bargains! 600 new
hoop skirts for 60, 62 and 76 cts., up to $2.50
cheapest in town ; the largest assortment of
low priced dress goods—all prices. 100 pieces
white brillants at 14 cts.; some at 15 to 18
cts.; 60 dozen of shirt breasts at 12 cts., 20 ,
25 and 37 eta., extra cheap. 200 dozen of La
dies' white stockings, at 14 and 16 eta. A
magnificent assortment of embroidered cambric
band, and cambric edging and insertings, at all
prices. 60. dozen of linen pocket 'kerchiefs, at
12 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. LBWS.
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. S. LIMY.
100 PERCH OF GOOD
BUILDING LIME STONE.
FOR SALE AT MA
BATORELOWS. HAIR DYE.
717 E BEST IN THE WORLD
ILLIAM A . ti ATCEIELOR'S cole
y brated Geer Dye 'produces a color not to be dis
tinguishrd from nature—warranted not to Injure the
Bair in the least; rowdies the ill Omits of bad eyes, and
invigoratee the Hair for life. GRRY, RFD or RUSTY
HAIR instintly turns a splendid Black or Brown, leaving
the Hair soft and brautilul. Sold by au Druggist , . ate.
gra- The Genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATOR EL. /R,
on the four sides of each boa.
FACTORY, No, Barclay street,
(( aty2dye 233 Broadway and la Bond Street.) New VORK
BE WISE BY TIMES!
Do not 'rifle with your Health, Ounodution and Chu
If you art steering with any I:lseult's ror which
ILELMBOLD'S EB7R.A.C7 BUCHU
TRY IT ! TRY IT I TRY
It will Core youi, rim. Long Suffering, Allaying Pain
and Inliarnstam, and will restore you to
HEALTH AND PURITY,
At Little Expense,
And no Exposure.
Out out the Advertisement In another column, and cal .
or send 'be it.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
Ask for Relmbold's. Take no Other.
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE! !
-Wm. . A. Batchelor's- Hair Dye.!
The only Harmless and Bailable DyerHnown !
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
if you wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MIDAIR AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wm. A. BATCHELOR 01w:a 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of Ms famous Dye.
WK. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is IreimarrriD
not to Injure In the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill effects of bad Dees remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at No. 16 fkind Street New York.
Sold to allthe cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fanny. Goode Dealers • ,
The Genuine has the name " William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
sides of each boa.
Wholesale Factory, 81 Par.-.lay St.,
oct2-d&wly. Late 233 Broadway, New York
TO NEW YORK AND BACK
FOR SIX DOLLARS.
Will be issued at the READING RAILROAD
Harrisburg to New York and Baok,
Via READING, ALLENTOWN & EASTON,
Good from Stturday, Juno Nth, until Monday
AT SIX DOLLARS EACH,
With the privilege of laying over at any inter
mediate Station, in either direction, between
the above dates.
J. J. CLYDE,
General Agent Reading Railroad, Harrisburg.
JUNE 24, 1862. • je26-dtjys.
FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY.
Jll a ST ar r g e e ce a ireii r itt
e ße nt rg o z i ke; l ' a g gs Cheap i Bookstore ,
lar g e
4 inches to 10 feet.
FLAYS FOlll CENT:" "
FLAGS FOB 2 CENTS.
FLAGS FOR 3 CENTS.
FLAGS FOR 6 CENTS.
FLAGS FOR 12 CENTS.
FLAGS FOR 26 CENTS.
FLAGS FOR 40 CENTS.
FLAGS FOR 75 CENTS.
FLAGS FOR $1 00.
FLAGS FOR $2 50.
FLAGS FOR $6 00.
Flags of any size not on hand will be fur
nished to order at the shortest notice at
TIN WARE .AT REDUCED PRICES.
Markel &reet, Corner of River Alley.
OFFERS for sate the largest stock of Tin
ar:d Sheet Iron Ware in Harrisburg.
Sir Prices lower than thwe of aoy other rstablish
writ. The custom or Wore keepers woo purchase to
sell again is invited. All work warranted. jel7.dint.
STOVES 1 STOVES I
'COME of the best patterns cooking stoves
are to be bad at the Cheap Tin ware and Stove Es
la lishmad of Lyman Gilbert, Market street. jell-dtm
d'AF the beet patterns, Glass and Tin cen
t staidly on band at Lyman GilberVe Tin Ware Man
niketory, Market street. jeri•em
ANICE assortment, cheap at Lyman
Gilbert?' Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Manufactory,
tet street. jel7-dlm
FOIL COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
DAVID BERST, of south Hanover
township, offers himself as a candidate for the
ofil is of COUNTY OPMMDSIONER, subject to the Union
Republican Nominating Convention, and pledges himself
if nominated and elected, to discharge the duties of the
office with fidelity. jel3-dswtc*
XIEW Patterns of Coal Oil Lamps, with
ell the recently Improved burnem for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S
m<l9 corner Front and Slarket s.treeta.
EXCELSIOR RAMS I 1
THESE HAMS are cured by a
NEW YORK FARMER,
And are decidedly the most delicious and delicately fla
vored in the menet. They rival
and cast little more th to halt. W.-LOCH, Jr., & Co.
DANDELION COFFELB I—A Fresh and
large supply of this Celebrated Coffee' est received
by I. WM. IKIO7 Jr., & Co.
CIIAH Ware and Willow Ware, con
sisting of Churns, Tubs, Buokets, of *ll kinds for
sale by NICHOLS & BOW MAN,
*pen Cbrnerof Front and Market streets.
BUTTER, Water, Soda and Sweet Crack
era, at. JOHN WISE'S. myl
rpIIRKISH PRUNES, choice article, just
11 reoaived for sale low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
nol2 Corner Front & Market streets.
SIIPERIQR Quality of Imperial and Black
Tea, for sale by MMUS & BOWMAN,
reY22 - . Corner Front and Market streets.
ARGE and extensive assortment of
111 Cgassware, including Tumblers, Goblets, Dishes
Bowls, &c., &c., and evdrythina for preserving, at #
timatoLs • BOWMAN,
jell Corner Front and Market streete.
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY.
:SATURDAY EVENLIVG,fAne 28.
:1 - ISA37tORD'S - GPETIXTROUPEI . I
THE MAT COMBINATION COMPANY.
EIGTHEEN STAR PERFORMERS.
THE LEADING COMPANY OF TIER PROFES
SION. NOT TO BR EXCELLED BY ANY
TROUPE IN THE WORLD
n Connection with Garatiges Brass Band,
Who will give a Free Below , Serenade, in Front of the
Opera House on the above evening, commencing at 7
CARDS OF ADMISSION
Doors open at 7i o'clock, commence at 8
S. S. SANFORD, Proprietor.
H. CONRAD, Agent. je2B
GAIETY MUSIC HALL !
Walnut Street between 2d and 3d.
GRAND OPENING NIGHT.
NEXT THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 26th.
THE Manager, - Mr. Edwards, has the
L niratwe of informing the citizens of Harrisburg,
that havinz lea,ed the above named Hall will open it
with the Itillowing array of Talent not to be ercelled by
any Company in the world.
OBSERVE 111 E NAMES :
Miss JULIA EDWARDS, the Faelnating Cantatrice
and Queen of Songs.
Aid'ile. LEONTA, the Beautiful Danseuse, from the
Ronzwitylpallet Troupe, New York.
ED. DE -BAYER, the Comic Vocalist, Banjoist and
Prof CLEnMENT:3, :he Eminent Pi/twist,.
808 EDWARDS the Great Ethiopian Comedian,
Dancer and only living Delineal or of the Contraband.
Doors open at 7i, to commence at 8 o'clock.
ADMISSIDN 10 cts.
ORCHESTRA SEATS 15 cts.
je24-d2tmae Sole Proprietor.
BRANT'S HALL !
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY.
THURSDAY EVENING, TUNE 26TH.
URNCROSS & DIM'S
BM NS3 'l l R. ani
Numbering 16 Star Performers,
Chaste and Varied Entertainment,
As given by them at tilde Opsrt House in Philade'
phis. The psi foeniance oons , sts of
New Songs, Dances, Burlesques, Original
Jokes, Beautiful Ballads, 81,e,, lie,
Making in all the Best Performance aver presented to
ADMISSION 25 cents ; CHILDREN 13 cents.
Doors open at 7.X &do*, commence at S o'clock.
Tickets for sal. at all the principal Hotels and Music
Stone, and at the ito ir on the evening of perfor_zoce.
ire Gentlemanly Ushers will be in attenitince to con
duct Lades to Seats. TEIO3. G. FIINnTOI4.
Je . :o- dot Agent.
O YES ! O YES ! !
DESIRING to rest from the active cares
of trade, I have passed the st re into the heeds of
my son John T. Fusminger, who will *intone the busi
ness as heretofore at the suction Store, No. at, corner
of Fecond and Chestnut streets in this city; where I
would respectfully call the attention of my friends and
the public generally to my large stock of new and second
hand Clothing sew and second hand furniture, and an
endless variety of useful articles, all of which will be sold
at the lowest auction prices. Cash will be paid for all
articles in my I ne of business.
_ - -
N. B. Crying sales, selling horses, vehicles, stock,
real estate, and all other property will be punctually at ,
tended to upon reasonable terms, by calling at two. 24,
corner of Emend sal Chestnut streets In this city.
JOHN T. ENSMINOER,
jel2-dlm3taw City Auctioneer.'
rpHE Three t:tory Brick Dwelling House
opposite the Magnetic Telegraph Office on Third
`trees near Mar set, owned by aad formerly the resi
dence or Dr. George Deck. Owl g to the location,
this is one of the moot desirable reild=nces for a small
family in the city. 'Mahout° being now famished, any
Furniture of Furnuro therein desired, can be purchased
at reasonable rates, PJmes lan given on the Brat of
July. Enquire of S. S. CARRIER,
jell—dtf On the Pr-miser.
THE undersigned having been appoint
ed assignee of Samuel Wallower, of Lower Patron
township, under a voluntary deed of assignment for the
benefit of creditors. hereby gives notice to all persons in
debted to said Wallower to mate payment, and those
having claims to present them to
ROBERT W. Mt - CLIME,
je24.d4t-w3t* . Assignees of Fawn' Walower.
T"public are hereby notified not to
purchase the following notes given In favor of /Low
den, Colby & Co., payable at the Harrisburg Bank.
One four months after date, signed Geo, W. Ryan, for
One f..nr months after date, signed Geo. W. Ryan and
John B. Finkler, for $l.OO.
The notes are dated on the 7th of March or there
abouts, and as the - undersigned has no va'ue on the
notes, cautions persons from purchasing the same.
je2s d3t OEO. W. RYAN.
WE STUDY TO PLEASE.
HENRY C. SHAFFER, Paper Hanger,
hasped opened a large, new and won selected
:lock of Wall Paper and Window shades, at his new
store No. 12 Market street, next to Hummel es K illingers
grocery near the Bridge.
sir Papas' hanging personally attended to. All work
warranted. je9 dime
100 BBLS. Sugar (Refined and Raw,)
of all grades and Clod, just received and
will be sold at the lowest market prices.
ja2o Wll DXK, JR., & CO.
FIRE CRACKERS, Fire Crackers, just
received and for sale cheap by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jel4 Corner front and Market streets.
XTENSIVE stock of White and Brown
sugars sugarsoraligrades, and very 10* just received
and for sale by NICHOLS & ' BO A KAN,
je2l Corner Front and Market streets.
CALL and. examine those Cheap Sugars
for preservine, at NICHOLS As BOWMAN,
021 Corner Fr - out and Market streets.
VVANTED IMMEDIATELY.—A. few
Machinists and Blacksmiths. Bonaire at the
my2o.dtt TIARRISBURG CAR ElloP.
FRESH Lemonsand Raisins, just re
ceived and for silo low by
MtII Ft BOWMAN )
Corner Front and Mariet streets.
WO Grose, asserted sizes, just received, sad for
lisle at Wholesale prices,
dell wig. 001 K, Jr., & Co.
KELIA,Ett'd Dalai 1611110,1 is the piece
to boy Went Medicines,
HAPPINESS OR MISERY ?
THAT IS THE QUESTION.
11HE Proprietor s of the "PARISIAN
CAWNET OF WONDERS, ANATOMY and MIDI
CINE4 have determined re , ardless of expsnee, tot sue
free, (for the benefit of guttering humanity) loOrR of
their most instructive and i - tereating Lectures on Mat ,
riage and its Disqualifications, Nervous Debility, Prema
ture Decline of kilanherod, Indigestion Weakness or De.
evasion, Loss of energy. and ViteLpeirers. the Great So
cial Evils, and those Mal dies whim) result from youth
ful Dl'les, Excesses of Maturity, or Ignorance of Physi•
ology and Nature's Law. These iovaluabie Lectures
have been the means of enlightning and swing thou
nods, and will be forwarded free on the receipt of four
stamps, by addressing SECRETARY Panties WHIM or
ANATOMY AND Mame% 663 Broadway, New York.
In Lots of 10 dozen or more, It Pa DOZEN.
Sole agency at 121 WaTER STREET,
T. WILSON SHAW.
PRINCILTON. N. J.
Rev. JAMES P. Roars, A. M., i .
v. Thos. W. CATruz, A. M., I -Pr2nei
-t vals *
HIS Institution, founded iu 1829, is
designed to prepare boys thoroughly for college or
f , r a business life. The buildings are large and commo
dious, and the grounds embrace more than th rteen
acres. Both of the Principals devote their whole time
to the rebool, aided in the department of Inatruotton by
The military inArnetion and drill, (under the charge
of an experienced lostructor,) is arranged so as not to
interfere with the regular studies, occupying a pax of
the time appropriWed to exercise and recreation.
Pupils are received at aog time and charged only from
the date of ad fission. Tzeme:—sl26 00 per sealer, of
For circulars, or further information, address either of
the Principals. He'erence is also made to the Rev. Mr.
From the Bev. Dr. Hodge and Ike Bev. Dr. McGill
Professors in the lheoloyieat Seminary, Princeton, N. J.
I have for several years been intimately acquainty
with the bev. Thomas W. Catteli. He has had el:tail:0
of two of my sons, and I can safely say I have never
known any one in whose fidelity and devotion to Ins pu
pils, I have equal confilence. He is a good scholar and
a successful teacher. I know no one who has a greater
facility in gaining the love of hls scholars or who exerts
over them a better Influence
lam aware of the responsibility in spe king in such
terms of commendation of a teacher; but lam s ttistted
(am doing nothing but simple Just .*e to an expellent
man, in ming tb language which; r have here em
I have great confide , ce in the Rev. Jas. R. Hughes, as
a teacher, both 'n his aptness to give Instruction, and
his tam in the adminudration of dieciplme. lhave had two
sons under his care, an I from ihe most careful observa-
tion lam free to recommend the 9.dgehill :ichool as 0.,e
of safe and thorough instruc ion.
Je 4 dim
Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation,
Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of the
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual.
Capital and Assets $1,200 000
Arthur G Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A. Brows,
Samuel F. Smith, Crumles Taylor, Ambrose White,
John R. Nell; Rielia , d D. Wood, Willi tin Welsh, Wiliam
E. Bowen, James N. Dickson, S Norris Watrt, John
aeon, Gemge L Harr' me, Fr ~ne s R. C me, Ed Atard N.
Trotter, Edward S. Clarke.
AR rHUR G. Cup"' -I , President.
CO all LOB PLATT, Secretary.
As central amut for th ab,ve name company, the
undersigned is prepared 10 Lake Fire ricks in any wt
of rho state ca Pommy lvania, either annually or perpet
ually, on the most I avocet) ie terms.
Office Third street between Walnut and Strawberry
aley, Bu ke's row
jela d ly Bairtsnurg, Pa.
WM. A. PARKHILL,
Third Street, next door to the Telegraph Printing
STORES, dwellings, churches, public
bulidoigs, factories, ho., fitted up with gas, lead sad
iron pipe in a workman like manner. Hydrants, Wash
basins, Bath Tato, lift and Force Pump, Water Clo=ets,
Lead and Iron Pipe for water, gas toed steam. A share
of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All work
pr. raptly attended to. my3o-413m.
Strawberries by the quart, Chest or Bushel.
ORDERS sent through the Post Office,
or oft at the lower Market, on Wednesday or •Sat
uray mo nings, will be promptly also:led to.
Also they can tie had at the place at any hour of the
day, fresh pleked from the vines.
fie stone Farm and Nursery,
Immediately below the city,
jet J. MF.II.
E. G. WHITMAN. ALEX. JOHNSTON.
E. G, WHITMAN & CO.,
318 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
FANCY AND PLAIN CANDIES.
FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, &O.
NEW YORK AND BACK,
ONLY 84 50.
VIA 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,
NEW MARBLE AND STONE YARD
HAYING opened a MARBLE AND STONE
YARD on Canal &rent, near Chestnut titreet, Oppo
site the P. nnsylvanta Railroad Depot, laces this method
of Worming the citizens of Hardsourg and vicinity that
he is prepared io do all kinds of marble and stone Work
in a superior manner, and on the mast retronabie terms.
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will find a large and well selected stock of
Plain and fancy Confectionery of all kinds. A great va
riety of toys in every description, Ladies' Wort Stands
and Fancy Baskets, Foreign Prune, Nuts, Dates and all
other articles generally wept in a confectionery arid toy
store. Receiving fresh supplies every week. Call and
examinefur yourselves. WIC H. WAGGONER,.
OF all sizes, patterns and prices, just
received and for sale by
jel3 W'J. DOCK. Jr , &
Dr. WM. R. DE WITT, Jr.,
SECOND STREET ABOVE, LOCUST.
WE are offering for sale a splendid
quality or Vanilla Bean at low prices, by the
pound, ounce or singly.
HELLER'S DRUG MBE,
91 Maraca Street.
ALEXAND. R T. INVIL