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Tuesday Morning, July 1, 180,
fas pic-nic of the Excelsior club in Hastm
, n lw(Xide is postponed until to dly (Tuesday),
i nbliQses will leave Frisch's in Market street,
tI I: woods every ten minutes. An efficient
„1 1 ,, will he in attendance to preserve good
:I,IIIC ON Till FOtIRTIL—It is suggested that
:•tate authorities authorize the firing of
.Iti.,llllSHltites from one of the Mexican cannon
n i'vitol hill at sunrise, noon and at sunset,
st i'i iday. The suggestion is a very proper
31.(1 we have no doubt that if an applies
!. t. , ibat effect is made to either the Gover
ot Adjutant General Russel, it will be
railed without a moment's hesitation. Let
have the salute by all means.
flit LANCASTER COTTON MILLS.—The Lancaster
.;", , ros, of Saturday, says that the No. 1 cotton
-Ai .4 that city will resume operations on Mon
the ith proximo. The mills Noe. 2 and
ready in operation, and such arrangements
Live been made in regard to a supply of cotton
.1 4 IfOrdS a reasonable hope that the mills will
It kept running now without interruption.
the mill in this city still remains idle, under
the plea of the high price and scarcity of cotton.
THE KRYSTONR BARB BALL CLUB, recently or.
ganized in this city, played a very entertain
ing match game un one of the fields above the
city lest Saturday afternoon. Parties, who
were present on the occasion,state that,although
the game at first was entirely novel to moat of
the members, they soon gut the "hang of the
Ping," and suhsequently made some excellent
?laying. The club, we believe, meets for prat•
every alternate Wednesday and Saturday
,x❑ou❑9, and hope to be able shortly to be in
FaJent trim to challenge a club in some
, 411bering city to a friendly contest for the
Excrasios.—Our readers will observe that
th.. Reading Railroad Company issues excursion
tickets from all their stations to Philadelphia
sal New York, good from the present time
until the 7th day of July To those of
our citizens* who Nish to celebrate the
great anniversary with their friends'at a dis
tance, this will be an additional acoommoda
tio.o. The company deserve all credit for their
endeavors on this, as well as many previous
occasions, to give the public a good opportunity
to improve such occasions. They are following
the right crack in this respect. Such evidence
of an enterprising and accommodating spirit
never fails to bring about a return of the favor
2 one Shape or another.
gl - DDY WATMR MAY DM CLBARBD.-Our citizens
lie frequently annoyed because of the impure
aid muddy condition of the hydrant water,
without any apparent means of relief. A little
trouble for the time will perfectly cleanse the
water, and for all family purposes it will be
Tisit as pure as before. The mode of cleansing
by the use of a small piece of alum which
Impala no unpleasant taste. A piece of alum
ati int the size of a walnut, suspended with a
tiring and kept gently moving through a pail
A weter, will cause all the mud to participate
in a few minutes, when the crystal fluid may
be poured 01. The trouble is but slight, while
the i see tit is of great importance, though the
fact if the knowledge should not relax the ef
t.irt to obtain a supply of pure water.
Iki6 (i LOIUOUB " FOURTH." —From present in
ii.atams, there is every reason to believe that
IL, approaching anniversary of American In
v,Loleoce will be celebrated in our city in a
1 table manner. The First City Zauaves,
I, r whose auspices the arrangementa were
have been assured of the presence of at
t two military companies from a distance,
I these, together with the firemen of the
tr and the inspiring mualo of several braes
will altogether make up a procession of
tula.t imposing character, and attract to
City a large concourse of our " country 0011-
,4 > The object of the proposed celebration
should be, the proper expression of the-.
tit.tro for the day, the recollection of the brave
1 %1 snfrering in the field of war and carnage,
at, l a heightening of appreciation of the great
ct fur which the loyal citizens in every part
the land are striving. It is the profound. de
are of very one that proper decorum, be ob
ltrved, and that those accompaniments which
6,l fletithei supersede the intent, and demoralize
tha erercibea, be eschewed and guarded against.
Mona 12,,, NEAB. _ An i i ntpl ilgerzt contempor
ary complain s that while many of our citizens
have foregone the pleasures and. comforts of
home, separated themselves from all they hold
dear on earth, and girdled on their armor and
went furth to Little for our glorious country
arid its flag, skulking cowards at home, having
af., respect tor themselves or their country, have
iet their slanderous hearts at work, in concoct
tce and circulating rumors touching the bre
vity of our soldiers on the battle field. Such
belch rumors give uneasiness to dear friends
at dome, accomplish no good, and are calco
tated to depress the spirits of those facing the
"'non. We should do all in our power to
live such persons aid and comfort, instead of
kjuring their fair fame and reputation by the
circulatio n of idle and malicious falsehoods
cuncerulug their conduct in battle. These
rumor s are not confined to the soldiers of any
tatticuly county, but the idrps of the devil,
cowardly cure and foul-mouthed defamers, in
v.rieue parts of the State, have been busy of
l ate, in circulating rumor s impeaching the
courage of brave men, now undergoing great
Preparations in camp and facing such &Mai,
that they know not at what hour their heart
may cease to beat! The tories of the revolu
tion were kings to such persons as we speak of.
THE PANORAMA OF THE GREAT REBELLION. 7
This magnificent work of art is progressing
6nt•ly in the hands of the young and talented,
artist, Harry Davis. The scenes recently com
completed represent the "Battle Of Winches
ter," the "Bombardment of Island . No. 10."
"Great Battle of Shiloh," "Ohio troops re•cap
turiug artillery near the church of Shiloh," a
double picture of the "capture of New Orleans,"
and the great "Battle of Williamsburg."
hisses/writs TAXEI3. —The storekeepers in this
county may be interested to know that by an
act of the last session of the Legislalure, it is
declared "that it shall be the duty of every city
and county treasurer to sue for the recovery of
all licenses duly returned to him by the mer
cantile appraisers, if not paid:l66,ore the Ist of July
in each and every year, within ten days after
that date ; and said treasurer shall not be dis
charged from any such license, unless he brings
snit to recover the same within said date, and
presses the same to judgement and execution
as soon thereafter, and pays the amount of all
such licenses received by him into the State
treasury, on or before the let day of October
STRAOOLERB, JOIN YOUR Rzoneaeva. —We often
see in our streets strangers in uniform—and
some in citizens dress— who are either on leave
or nominally sick, and are making use of any
pretext to avoid their duty. Many such have
been really sick, but are now well and are
lengthening their furloughs by means of the
certificates of easy conscienced and friendly
physicians. It should be a disgrace fog a well
man, noi, on duty, to be seen wandering about
the streets in uniform. The true promenade is
in front of Richmond, and every man who
wears his uniform there, and bears it in a manly
way, is entitled to the very opposite of disgrace
—the highest and most enduring honor. So,
all ye to whom these reproachesapply, "'South
ward, Face ? Forward, March l' and don't
halt until you bring up at Richmond."
Camas or TEMPIELANCE.-At a stated meet
ing of the State Capital Section, No. 21, Cadets
of Temperance, held on Friday evening, the
27th inst., the followingofficere were elected to
serve the ensuing term :
W. A., Andrew J. Reynolds.
V. A., 0. Warren Rowan.
T., Charles W. Maurer.
A. T. Henry A. Krichbaum.
S., Harvey E. Smith.
A. S.,John Edwards, Jr.
G., illiam L. Reber.
U., William L. Cooper.
W.,.D. Truman Boyd.
A. W., George L. Kepner.
C. S., G. Washington Fenn.
The annual elective officers holding over are
W. P., G. Washington Fenn.
2d P., William T. Bishop, Jr.
The Section is in a flourishing condition, and
numbers of our youth are being added to their
THB WAY in Mean AN AIIiBBIOAN FLAG.—
The following rule is obtained from an officer
of the Navy, and at this time, when many per
sons are desidons to construct Union flags, and
inquiry is frequently made, in consequence of
the proper proportions of such flag, may be
useful. The length of the flag, is of course,
proportional to the width of the etzipea, there
being thirteen of the latter, red and white al
ternately, the red being the first and last. The
length of the flag should be twice the width,
less the width of one stripe, or equal to the
width of twenty-five stripes. The dimensions
of the flag, therefore, are twenty-five by
thirteen. The blue or Union square at the
upper head corner is, of course, equal in width
to seven stripes—a white stripe coming next to
it underneath. In length it should equal the
ten stripes, or two•fifths of the length of the
flag. The number of stars equals the number
of States (34,) and they should be arranged in
seven perpendicular rows, the first or last row
containing four stars only, the others five stars
each ; or the stars may be arranged in five
horizontal rows, four rows containing seven
stars each and one row six.
INCRRABB or ARMY Esusrumrs.—The recent
order issued by Secretary Stanton, announcing .
that hereafter a premium of two dollars would
be paid for each and, every accepted recruit,
has, it is said, produced a general increase of
army enlistments. Any person who now ob
tains a recruit Is entitled to that sum when he
is accepted, under this order. It has proved an
incentive to the recruiting officer, as well as to
others who wish to labor for the premium by
prevailing upon men to enlist. The most im
portant feature of this order of the Secretary of
War, however, is the announcement that every
person who enlists, either in the regular army
or the volunteer force, for three years or during
the war, will receive, immediately upon the
mustering of his company into service, the first
month's pay in advance. Heretofore many men
have been deterred from enlisting by the fear
of leaving their families without any support
until they had served long enough to receive
pay from the Government. The payment of
the first month in advance is a decided im
provement, and is calculated to encourage men
Escoiasos Hors Etrzzarsusz—We set it
down as a maxim, which cannot be disputed,
that it is the duty of every citizen, to encour
age the mechanics and business men of his
own community. By so doing he builds up
trade as home, and helps to make himself and
his neighbors prosperous. The man, who, in
order to save a few pennies, goes abroad to get
his work done, or purc h ase his necessaries, may
not be aware of it, bat he is really doing that
mncu to retard the progress of the place in
which he resides. We urge upon all our read
ers the importance of patronising their own
mechanics and business men. If you have
printing to be done ; clothing to purchase ;
furniture to be made ; provisions to buy—what:
ever you need,—get it at home—better pay_ a
little more for it,
if need be,—the extra ex
pense will eventually come back into your own
Pockets. We are led to these remarks, by
noticing a too prominent disposition amongst
some of our citizens to obtain their articles in
the large cities—a habit which, if generally
practiced, would completely ruin the trade of d
our otiintimnity; and which wellope to see
avoided in the future.
peuttepinanict 11:1ctilv elegraph: eutobap imrnittg. hip 1, 1962
ADAM HOFFMAN, a graduate of Duff's Mercan
tile College, Pittsburg, is desirous of forming a
class in Double Entry Book keeping: He can
be seen at his residence, Walnut street, near
JUST received and will besold low, a large lot
of gold, gold and velvet, gold and silver and
paint, d window shades, of various colored
groun , le, such as buff, pearl, stone, green and
chocalate; buff and green Holland for shad. s ;
also, a large lot of window papers, which I will
sell lower than can be bought elsewhere, at No.
12 Market street,mear the bridge.
EBERT C. SHAFFER'S
New Wall Paper and Window Shade Store
Scsaorn op SMALL OILLFGB.—Great scarcity
exists here and elsewhere in small change.
Dimes, half-dimes; and even pennies, heretofore
a drug, are latterly in great demand. Merchants
and business men find it difficult, and some
times impossible to change notes for small put
chases. Hundreds of dollars of small change
would find ready sale in this vicinity, even at
a premium In view of the scarcity of coin of
the lower denomination, we suggest that the
Mint be set to work to meet the demand. A
week or two exclusively devoted to the coinage
of dimes, hall-dimes, three cent pieces and
nickles, would no doubt supply the deficiency
and prevent a possible issue of shin-plasters.
Unless something is done in this matter, a re
sort to small notes, however, much to be
deprecated, will follow as a necessary conse
At a meeting of the First Sergeants Forty
seventh regiment, Pennsylvania 'Volunteers,
held at Camp Brannan, the following resolu
tions were adopted:
%Vanua, It has pleased God, in his allwise
Providence, to remove from our midst our
friend and equal in rank, Charh a Nolf, First
Sergeant Company I, by the accidental dis
charge of a loaded rifle in the hands of a fellow
soldier belonging to a different regiment to that
which the deceased was a member ; therefore,
Resolved, That through his death we have
been deprived of a kind friend and good sol
dhr, one whose only motive was the good of
his country and his fellow men, through which
he gained the respect of all with whom he was
associated ; and, though now his body lies
mouldering with its kindred clay, yet his mem
ory will be cherished by all his associates as
one who died deserving the warmest regards of
Resolved, That we tender our heartfelt sym
pathy to his parents and friends in behalf of
the deceased ; and while we mourn our loss,
may it be with him as with the apostle Paul:
To live is Christ, but to die is gain.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be
sent to the friends of the deceased, and a copy
to the Catasaqua Beretd, and each t f the Allen
town, Easton, Harrisburg, Bloomfield and Sun
bury papers for publication.
John H. Stein, let Serg't Co. A.
Allen A. Gamier, let Serg't Co. B:
Christian S. Baird, lst Serg't Co. C.
George Kosier, let Serg't Co. D.
Wm. A. Bauchanan, let Serg't Co. N.
Henry Bartholomew, Ist Serg't Co. F.
Chas. A. Hackman, let Serg't Co. G.
George Reynold, Ist Serg't Co. H.
Conrad A. Volkanant, Ist Serg't Co. K.
A Moon. ESIABLISICKIENT.—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 arid 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, brit the stock ch ttlenges 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
RICHMOND. The public mind for the . las t
forty-eight hours has been in the positio n of a
man that has been willed a fortune. While
there is no doubt of the fortu.le, it is not yet in
his possession; in regard to Rich mond the suc
cess of our army for the last two days,, and the
advices of advantages gained, makes the cap
tura ofltlchmond certain, and when the fourth
of July shall have arrived, we will again ratify
the magna charts of human freeriom and con
tinue to purchase our dry goody " a t, the cheap
store of Mich & Bowman, Soutit . East corner
of Front and Market streets. jeSO.
$6OOO DOLLARS wows or New GOODS 1-400
pair of mitts direct from auction, at 26, 87, 60,
62 and 76 cts.; 1000 Ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 30, up to 76 cts. Great bargains 600 new
hoop skirts for 60, 62 and 75 cte., np to $2.60
cheapest in town; the largest :aseortment of
low priced dress goods—all prices. 100 pieces
white brillants et 121 lets.; some at 16 to 18
cts.; 60 dozen of shirt breasts at 121 cte.. 20,
26 and 37 cts., extra cheap. 200 dozen.of..La
dies' white stockings, at 12i and 16 cts. A
magnificent assortment of embrokkavd.cambric
band, and cambric edging ani insertings, at all
prices. 60 dozen of linen pocket 'kerchiefs, at
121 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. LIMY.
We also received 10 doken of real German
linen pocket lumdkerchiefe for gentlemen—lt
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 Lsw
OROS'S & BLACKWELL'B7, Celebrated
MUM,' SAUCES, PBSS3ERVE3; &o. A large
supply Of the above, embrachig every variety, jllBl re
eved and ler lU] _ ° WIC DOCK, Jr., & Co.
DETERISIVE SOAP, something better
thamllorrbou'aOosehold Soap, fat receivedand
for sale by NICHOLS & BO,WMAN,
.102 — - Corner Front and It•trieet streets.
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS; BROOMS
and everything in the line,,Just received in Jame
bnantitien mid the mile very low by
. Wl4 MM. &en
SPFAXed!" AND LEMONS.-60 bosee
1 4- 11 .1 P4N, IVe r;
&pm - . WICK, JR., & 00.
CiANNEDT 4a, ABA' qrpoili.r,oci; at
Prl ES, Oranges and Lemons, it URN
44111. wawa all
Tribute of Respect.
KEY WEST, Fla., June 14, 1862. }
BE WISE BY TIMES!
Do n , t, 'rifle with your notliti, (11. , natitution and Ch a
If you or , sokiring Witt any Divailea for which
RELMBOLD'S EX7RACI BUCBII
TRY' IT! TRY IT ! TRY IT !
It will Core you. 'nee Long Suffering, Allaying rain
and 10Juni:darn. and will realore you to
_ _ _
• HEALTH AND PURITY, •
At Lillie f ipouae,
nd no FarFure.
Cut out %be Any( rlkement In anothcl - column, and oat
./ Bend fo it.
BEWARE OF CO UN7 ERFEI7S
Ask for Helorboldk Take Do (Wier
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE I I
L Batchelor's Bair Bye I
The only Harmless and Reliable Dyer Known I
All otharware more imitations, and should be avoided
Ryon wisb'to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the leaat
injury to Hair or" Skin.
FIFTEEN IiFDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wu: A. Bwressiem sine HI 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Wu. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE producea a motor
not to be distinguished from nature and is WARILINTID
not to injure in the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill Shuts of bad Dress remedied. The. hair
ie InviEntited I r itfo by Hai oleo did ore; which is prop
erly applied at No. 16 itend"Street Ne* York.
Sold in all the cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Heaton. "
The Genuine has the name William X. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate- engraving; on the four
itides of each box.
iTholesaltaaotorsr, 81 Pailiy St.,
oci2-d3rwly. late 233 Broadway, New York
Ntu , e2tbriertiatments
17761 'JULY 4th. 18621
FIRE WORKS !
.TINIT RROIDI7ED AND FOR SALE I.OW
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT
Fruit &Confectionery Store,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT.
FIREWORKS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
(13arn Three Hours.)
SOFT CASE TORPEDOES,
HARD CASE TORPEDOES,
LADIES' 'ONION FANS,
For Waving, burns at once a Red, White and
Blue Fire—a new and beautiful article.
Together with an innumerable quantity of
smaller Fireworks, all of which can be purchas
ed cheaper than elsewhere.
je26 JOHN WISE.
FOR'THEFOURTH OF JULY.
UST received at Bergner's Cheap Bookstore,
d a large assortment of Flags—all sizes, from
4 inches to 10 feet.
FLAGS FOR 1 CENT.
FLAGS FOR 2 CENTS.
• FLAGS FOBS CENTS.
FLAGS FOR 6 CENTS.
FLAGS FOR 12.0ENTS.
FLAGS FOB 25 CENTS.
FLAGS FOR 40 CENTS.
FLAGS FOR 75 CENTS.
FLAGS FOB $1 00.
FLAGS FOR $2 50.
' FLAGS FOB $6 00.
Flags of any size not on hand will be fur.
niehed to order at the shortest notice at
TO NEW YORK AND BACK
FOR SIX DOLLARS.
Will be issued at the READING RAILROAD
Hanisburg to New York and Back,
Via READING, ALLENTOWN &PARTON,
Good from Saturday, June Bth, until Monday
July 7th, 1861,
AT : SIX DOLLARS EACH,
Wittrtherpritilege of laying cli , er'tit any inter
mediate Btatien;in''either dire-lion, between
the above dates.,:
J. J. CLYDE,.
General Agent Reading Railroad, Harrisburg.
JUNE 24, 1862. je2s-dtjy6.
100 BBLS. Sugar (Refined and. Raw,)
of all grades sod kind' Met receleed and
will be sold at the &meet market prices. -
je2o WM DOGK JR. , &o ).
ATTENTION FARMERS 1
SCYTHES,'SNATUS; GILAIN bRADLES,
RAKE , B,orres KOKES and RULES in groat
TArtety, to be had caw at
,GLIAMIT'S Hordwart Store,
Jeld-dtf • ' • Olipoisite the Court. dm
SORIEFFELIN BROTHERS & CO
AND 'DEALERS in Fancy Goods, Per
fluttery. he. Alio nerds foi the tale oi Refine.'
Petri:deem, Memltukting OA warier etty oat ou •
furpilalB4 la ti SuaPthiett OA
the loweekinartet rates. ,
a27d6m] ' " - NEW YORE
AU ARA _JELLY.—A large supply jus
reedited bI WM PODS, JR. A 00.
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE .
7 UESDAY, WEDNESDAY, TIIDRSDAI'
FRIDAY AND SATORDAY.
JULY Ist, 2d, 3d, 4th and 6th,
AND FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 4th
W Y - MA.N . I
THE INCOMPARABLE AND lINOOMPREBENSIBLE
WIZARD AND VENTRILOQUIST.
W. os performances far surplva la p Int or mystery
and originality all Ow Hindoo Fakirs - and Otlyr Melva'
Necromancers, pre. ante in the startling annals or D ab•
I•rafessor WI VAN WI I tusks the havhible firtaf
ble, and compel men, women and otter objects to appear
and disappears at pleasure, and In hm SICVNN PICK
ISNT VDICaII represent a Whole Congress of Nations in
his own person.
His Fxperim •at will be given in Ibe solemn }loom of
the above name I setahlisoment, and will embra, e a
, 7aried sect on from his copious catalogue of ebtertain•
A DkTISS ilsT 26 cts.
CM:LOREN 16 "
ORCHESTRA. CHAIRS 60 "
Doors open et 7 o'clock, Performance com
mences et 8 o'clock. je2B-d6t
GAIETY MUSIC HALL
Walnut Street between 2d and 3d,
OPEN EVERY NIGHT
WITH THE STAR NOVELTY CONCERT TROUPE
MRS. JULIA EDWARDS,
MRS. JULIA EDWARDS,
MRS. JULIA EDWARDS,
The Queen of Songe
The Great French Danseuse.
808. EDWARDS, , ED. DE - HAVEN,
808. EDWARDS, ED. DE HAVEN,
Negro Commedian. Comic - Vocalist.
PROF. E. 11. CLEMMENTS, Pianist.
ADMISSION lO and Ho cents.
Doors open at 7f, commence at 8 o'clock.
D. GEO. W. s LINE, graduate of the
Baltimore College or Denial Surgery, haviugp er
maneiitlY locate." In the city of Harrisburg and taken the
Witte formerly occupied by Dr. Gorges, on Third Sir eet
hotween Market and Walnut, respectfully inform,' his
friends and the public in general, that he le p rep trod to
perform all operations iu the Dental proressloa, either
aurgica for mechanical In a manner that shall not be
surpassed by OperalorS. iti this or any other oily. His
mode of inserting artieuial teeth- is upon the latest un
proved acilentilla principle
Teeth, from one to a full set, mounted on line Gold ,
Silver, Plattni plates or the Vulcanite Base.
I take great pleasure in recommending the above gen
ilerwin to sll my former friends of Harrisburg and vi
cinity, and feel confident that he will perform ail opera
tions in a scientific int niter, from my knowledge of his
ability. [lny3 dtfl F. J.B: GOIIGAS. D. D. 8.
WE, HAVING fitted up a large Refrig
erator, and having Made contracts with some of
our most reliable farmers to furnah us with fresh and
sweet butter regular),will be enabled to supply our
customers with sweet fresh Me cold butter at all times .
my 29 WIL * DOCIC., Jr. 14 CO.
JOHN B. SMITH
HAS removed his Boot and Shoe Store
from the corner of Second and Walnut tercels*
IVO. 108 MARKET STREET ,
Nezt door to Havne's Agriculture .'tore, where he Intends
to keep altkinda of 80018 Shoes, Gaiters, &0., and a
large etozik ce-Trunki, and everything iu his Roe of be.
Meese ; and wilt be thatiaini to receive the patronage of
his old customers and the public to geuer.il at his new
place of builoesa. All kinds of work made to order in the
best style and by superkir . workmen. Repairing done at
short notice. rapr2dll], ' JOHN B. 8111TH.
ANOTILER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD - PENS.
DESI PENS hi the world ,
for 750, $1 25
Jo Si 60, $2, $B, and SS, for sale al ,
6661 5 1 OCHEFFER'S Bookstore.
9rge supply of fresh Salad Oil. in
uge and =ail, bolles, and of different brands
iust received and for sale by
WY. DOCK, JR. & CO.
CHEAP Oil for all kinds . of machinery,
in tmall and large packages, for sale by
N LCHOLS & BOWMAN,
jnl9 - Corder Front end Market street.
FORACiiERS by the cheat or box,
J. bast received'and for Rae by
jal4 Corner Front and Market streets.
FIRW CRA.C.KERS, Fire C'i,ickere, just
received and or Este cheap by
N1C3101.2 & BOWMAN,
1814 Corner tFiinL and .Market ktreeta.
XTENSIVE stock of White Brown
.La sugars of sillgrades t and very lo v , jut received
and for sale by talOEl4B gc 80HMAN,
J. 21 ' Corner Front and Market streets.
("TALL and examine those Cheap Sugars
1„,/ fbr presercen, ,at • NICHOLS & Buifiterv t
je2l • Corner Frce t dud M.rbet streets.
WTANED IMMEDIATELY.—A few
Machinists and Blacksmiths. Enquire at the
my2o-du ItaithLMOßl3 VAR 8110 P.
'fi4 I 3"'CLIALLENGE BLACKING:
Anjou firma, assorit* logos, justrttunve4 r and tot
sale at, Wbolessla Oust; • •
doll WII. IVOR, Jr., &Oo
DRi6D FAIJad, Hominy ,Beaus, &c.
atloaN WISEr.4. Myl
yltid, Dates, Prunes, Raisins, and all
kinds of Nuts, at JOIN WISE'S Store, Third and
ERSEY .ECA:&1:1"--Teia tierces of these
justly celebrated sugar cured hams, remised sea
or m e In large or amen guetnities: • :
W,St . BOOK, k CO
QODAL Biscuit, City Crackers, juetreceiv
IJ ed and for sate by NICH IL* &BO Willa 9,
Corner Front and Market streets.
A SUPERIOR lot of -Dandelion and Ri s
11 coffee, Per sale at the st ,re of JO (v WISE my
A SMALL, but very superior lot of
JOll.. Woos sausage jest received, by
ni929 • WM. DOCK, Jr: k Co.
CALL and see those nice and cheap Su
gars for preserving, &C., at
NICiiOLS S BOWMAN,
inn Corner Float and Harket'streets.
LASS Jars 'for putting' up 'fitat, the
Ur 'celebrated Milvate patent, cheap simple and ef
fecting', warranted to give a wra
action just , received and
for sale by ' NICHOLS At BoWitAat,
jel9 Corner Yront and Market street
vox MING 'DO
ic6 KBLLSA'S ia.IIGSTQRB
OHOIGE-FIGS, in ig-11r - Oartoons
zetuived and:lbr sale by ... • .
^ • NICIELOLS*IXIWKIN, _
ju g = orner Front and Market streets.
NTWEOLD HAMJEL—A: small lot of
these celebrated Muss just received.
gale WY. DOCK, Jr., Jc CO.
HAPPINESS OR MISERY?
THAT IS THE QUESTION.
-1113 E Proprietors of the 'PARISIAN
I CAWNErOF WONDE4B. ANATOMY and Mt• Dy.
CINE ' bare d..termiced re4ardlesi of exp.nse, V+ I sue
fre,, (for the benefit of suffering humsolty) POUR of
their meet Instructive and i , teresting Lectures on Mar
riage and its Ihaquatincatioes, Nervous DobFity, Prema
ture Decine of kiauhrod, IndigLetlou Weakness or Do
or. esiou, Loss of vergy and V... 1 Powers. the Great
csal Evils, ani those Mal•dits whie., Fein t from Tonto
ful fjl lel, Excesses of Maturity. or Ten , trauce or Physi
ology and Nature's law. These i , yulusble Lectures
bay been the means of enlightnlug an .l string thou
s.nds, and will be forwarded free on ten receipt of fear
stators, by ad 'regains SECHE rA <Y PART.-Inx CATUNer or
Luraxtrarr sap Mumma, b 63 Broadway, New York.
rRINCITON. N. J.
Rev. JAims P. Huotz, A. M., i Principals.
Rev. THOS. W. Ca'rraLL, A. M., I
THIS Institution, founded in 1829, is
designed to prepare boys thoroughly for coilege or
fr a business life. the buildinss ale large and commie
di. us, and the petunia embrace more than tb rteen
acres. Beth ef the Principals (1, Trite their whole time
to the school, al led to the department of losuuotion by
'he m lttary instruction end art!, (tinder the charge
of an experienced lostructor,) is arranged Bo as not to
Inzerfere with the rrgular studieP, occupy ter a pact of
the vine approprla ed to exercise and recreation.
Pupils are re eived a' any time aid charred only from
the sate of ad - isalon. Tsars: - ilYb Ott per so-shin of
For circulars, or further Infurina'ion address either of
the Principals. Fe eroure is also made to toe Rev. Mr.
From U Rev. Dr. Bodge and the Rev. Dr. McGill,
Professors in the Iheoloyical Seminary, Prince/on, N. J.
I have for several years been itotimstely acquainted
with the rev. Thomas W. Gittell. lie has had charge
of two of my sons, and I can sstely ray I have never
known s sty one In whose fidelity aad devotion to lice pu
pile, I have (Ina confluence. Cie 63 a good achol•r and
a summate's! teacher. 1 know no one who has a greatrr
facility in sniping the love of his scholars or who etet is
over them a better Influence
lam aware of the responsibility to spo Aing to ouch
terms of commendation of a teacher; but lam sili+OCl
lam doing nothiez bat simple Joettco to an ex.:elleatt
man, to wing the language which I have here em.
ploycd. CBABI St 3 at kale,
I have great confider et in the Rev. Jas. P. Hughes, as
a teacher, both •n hie aptness to give kistructiun, sod
his tact in the administration of distend:no. 1 have bad two
sons under his care, Mk i from the most careful observa
tion' am free to recommend the ildgehili ehool as is..e
of safe and thorough bastruiiiiou.
Jei4 dtm ai.EX4ND..R T. litt3llL
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, Charles Taylor, Amigos.) 'Wh to,
John R. Neff, Richard D. Wool, Willi tm Welsh, Wtl lam
S. Bowen, Jamul N. Dickson, S Morris Walu, John
Cases, George Harriton, Franca R. C 'pc, Ed "'aril H.
Trotter, Edward S. Clarke.
ARTHUR G. COFr I J, President.
CHARLESPLATT ; Searektry.
As central agent for th ahoy° same • company, the
underaigned is prepared to take Fire ritits in any part
of the mate of Pennsylvania, either annually or perpet
ually, on the most favorable terms.
Office Third street between Walnut and Strawberry
alloy, Bu he's row
jelo4 ly Hat mom g , Pa.
Wlld. A. PARKHILL,
Third Stmt, next door to the Telegraph Printing
4„„;1 1 011.138, dwellings, • churches, public
bulkliogs, factories, We., flied up with gas, lead aad
Iron pipe Ina workman like manner. Hydrants, Wash
Wm, Bath Tubs, 1 ifi and Force rump 9, Water Matins,
Lead and Iron Pide tbr water, gas and seam. A share
of public patronage he respectfully solicited. All work
prNmptly attended M. iny£lo-4131n.
Strawberries by the quart, Chest or Bushel.
ORDERS sent through the Post Office,
or left at the lower Markel, on Wedoesday or Sat
urt ay mo rings, will he promptly a tended to.
Alto they can no had at the plats at. any hour or the
day, fresh picked from the vines.
Be stone Perm and Nursery,
Immediately below the city,
1 0 2 J.
N. O. WHITMAN. AUX. JOHNSTON.
E. G. WHITMAN & CO.,
818 CHESTNUT STREE7,PHILADELPHIA..
FANCY AND PLAIN CANDIES.
FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, &C.
O YES ! 0 YES 11
DESIRING to rest from the active cares
of trade, I have pawed the in re into the hands of
-.y sea Joint T. kniimbiger, who will can nine the busi
ness as heretofore at the Auction More, to. 3., owner
of recond and Chestnut Elr eta in this city; whore I
would respectfully call the attendm of my f. lends and
the public I.enerally to my large Alma of new and second ,
hand Clothing new and second baud rural, are, and
tnoless variety of use. u 1 erli.ileS, all of winch will be eOin
at the tow( st auctem prices. Gash wid be fwd tor ail
articles in any Inn of bumness.
N. B. Crying sales, sel ing bore,s ' vehicles, swek,
real estate, and el .-ther prt perry will be put.ctually at
tended to upon reasonable terms, by eall.ng at No. 24,
rorner or necond and t.hestent streets is to s
JOHN T. ENSIHNOHR,
NEW MARBLE AN L) STONE YARD
iIA.VING opened a MARBLE AND STONE
YARD on Caual Street, near Cneatunt ,trees, Oppo
-81.0 ins P nnaylvaulA Railroad Thipot y ta.es this me hod
of informing the ultiZenB or [tarn:mug ant vicinity teat
he Is pkopared m uo all kinds at marble and stone vr•dit
in a superior manner, and on the most ream:mania terms.
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will end a large and well selected stock of
plainand faacy Confectionery of en kinds. A great va
riety of toys oi every de-crlption, Ladies' Work Stands
and Fancy Baskets, Foreign Fruits, Nate, Dates and all
ether articles generally Kept In a confectionery and toy
store, Receiving fresh supplies every week. 'Call and
exatainetor vs./reeks& W.N. H. WmajoNsk,
IF all sizes, patterns and prices, just
11 received and for sale by
Jel3 WM. DOCK, Jr , &
Dr. WM. R. DE WITT, Jr.,
SECOND STREET ABOVS LOCUST.
100 PERCH OF GOOD
BUILDING LIME STONE.
FOR BALK AT THE
NEW Patterns o• Coal Oil Lamps, with
1,1 all the recently improvedharems for eme by
NICIIOLS ag BOWMAN'S
corner. Frollt and NtArkre: •
01JPERIOR Quality of Imperial and Black
J Tea, for sale by, NICHOLS & BOWMati,
uty22 unraterirrnat and *vice*, streets:
. --- AINDWA' ON COFFSBI—A Fresh and
large supply of this Celebrated COiroBl ust received
by Dal Wl. DOOit, Jr., & Co,