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• - "'l✓Wl THE SOLDIERS of the war of 1812 will meet at
(11,,ttegrap Brant's Hall on Friday, July 4th, at 9 o'clock
+ A. m , and elect officers of the association for the
w ilClti TO AHVPIRTISIgitS.—AII Ad.
ortneMeaill, BMWSSe Notices, Her
ribge4, neaille, &C., ,seo ure tinsertion
10 b ThILEGRAPH, must Invariably
be ac companied with the CASH.
erilsements ordered in the regu
to Cvening Edition are inserted in the
Edition without extra charge.
Thurgau) , Morning, July 8, 1862.
)JILITARY B i.i FUND.—This week's . pay
10e 't W ill be made on Thursday evening, In
ttrul of Friday, at the usual hour and place.
Gao. BIDIGNIIIR, Pre&
U. EDWASUiIp Scc'y.
Sams—The mandudle of the respective or
ptizitione proposing to join in the procession
op the coming Fourth of July, will be good
oloiill to meet at 124 o'clock P. X , July Bd,
A t the office of Wm. H. Bluzza, Second street.
IlmssuLAs—Sun umbrellas, parasols, walk
can. s in large quantities, and in great va
no), tau be found at Lim's, No. 69 Market
plant. Closing out the season, and selling
clop, Give him a call.
A :II IDDLIBTOWNKR PRoM3TED.—The Philadel
[tit Daily News of yesterday contains the fol
locnbg announcement under its telegraphic
Li.nt.-Col. Nevins, of Middletown, Pa.,bas
!ern commissioned, by Gov. Morgan, as ola
o•I of the 62d New York regiment (Anderson
WILL Crises TIMM STORM—In addition to
groct ro, the dry goods and hardware mer
bolts have signed an agreement to close their
=pective stores from to morrow night until
Aurday morning. Our citizens tihould make
,note of this, and buy what articles they need .
Friday before elosing up time to night.
Ilse SWAM, the old lady residing in Front
,;tent, noticed in last Friday's Tamtaaern as
racing been seriously burned by her clothes
c;411 g fire while attempting to destroy cater•
p i r, l oelis on some fruit trees, died about six
itr; Tuesday evening from the effects of the
revived on that occasion. The deceased
e4,,iged seventy-seven years, and a most PS
tivilhe lady, whose huts will be deeply deplored
la 4 large circle of glands.
SA WRVS OPERA House— Wyman.—This prince
of magicians will hold forth at Sanford's
Opera douse this evening. Without detract
ing from any of his contemporary Magicians, we
thitl Wyman the liveliest of them all. He has
more companionableness, more wittiness and
mil th-provokativeneee than any other living
professor of the black sot. He gives another
performance this evening, and we advise all
fond of the marvellous to be on band.
DECLINED.—Some few days since our towns-
Mr. Alexander Rosier, In a commendable
tit of patriotism and liberality, offered to
tommittee of arrangements of the First
ut. Z ,uaves, a fine large ox, which he pro
* to have slaughtered and roasted for a
Awl public feast on the 4th of July. The
ailuittee, however, while fully appreciating
gilt, upon conaultatiqn with the sub-com-
Wee+ of the military and fire departments,
ery politely declined the liberal offer in a
latter, of which the following is a copy:
Harrisburg, July let, 1862.
DEntt SlR:—Your very liberal offer of an ox
for a roast is duly appreciated, and would have
been accepted in the spirit in which it was ten
toed, but ate consultation with the committees
•vasenting the military and fire departrneate,
; feared that the time for preparation! was too
.4ort toga up a collation that would_ do you
ourti.ives that justice which the occasion
Your respectfully, .
D. L. JAUSS, Chairman.
W T litsnor, Jr., Secretary of the Committee
THE FOURTH or JULY—Route of , the .Procession
-16 First City Zonaves have completed their
qiugerueuts for the celebration of tlle Anni •
r , TAry of American Independence., The lead
tq. Wm in the obsorvance of tha day will be
:Le Node of the military, firemen, and such
oodles Hess may report theMeelves for that pus.-
Gen. Wm. H. Miller.has boon appointed
LLeI Marshall for the occasion. The following
oWe route of the proetvslon
/h e Proceseion will form. on Market 'street;
:it rooting on Second, countermarch out
ticket to Third, down Third tp Chestnut, down
Aotnut to Second, down Second to. Paxton,
iXtOU to Front, up Front to Chestnut, out
1, 1%at to Second, up Secoild to Market, out
/1 "k"t to Fourth, up Fourth to Walnut, down
It shalt to Thies d, up Third to North, out North
10 l'iliesylvania Avenue, up Pennsylvania
Sv , ua e to Cumberland street, up Cumberland
t" ttul n tuad, down Ridge Road to North
istreet, down rth to Second, down Second to
locust, up Ltut to Third, down Third to
Market, where the parade will be dismissed.
A GOOD otrooarios.—A lady of.J.iiincaster
zikes a suggestion to the editors of the likPrese
that city, in reference to a pleasant mariner
which the approaching Fourth of July
'4 1, 1 he observed, that id equally applicable to
city, tele proposes that all ladies whose
mil, or fathers, or brothers are not in the
vLY, - hould visit the families of soldiers
urcuinstances are limited, lu their int
neighborhood, and contribute some ar
'• ~ 1 luxury, or sufficient change to purchase
'''" t hlug, if, as the lady remarks, it is only
`h l " to purchase a saucer of ice cream, and
•~ 6 lethem to enjoy the,Fourth with the
.t t ue. Should this suggestion be generally
r. I, what pleasant words of cheer and ea
,,.uleut would be conveyed our brave
r.w fighting for our glorious Union, and
log thousand and one hardships Incident
• , m e . Let it be crrried out by all Snit*
the most liberal scale, too, and we can
tlrt• U to our slumbers at the close of the day:
`IL the consciousness that we aided others he
anniversary as pleasant a one as
SAtturits ON THZ FOURTH.—We understand
that Adjutant General Russell has directed the
firing of a national salute from capitol hill at
sunrise, noon and sunset, on the Fourth of
FOURTH op JULT—Ice Oream.—The ladies who
Intend furnishing the sick and wounded soldiers
%Mk ice cream on the Fourth of July, are in
formed that Dr. Barr will loan them one or
more of his new patent Ice Cream Freezers,
which far excel any now in use, both in saving
of labor and ice, and making good, smooth,
rich ice cream.
ASSAULT AND BArraar.—Hugh Kelley, James
Oats, Michael Dougherty, Mary Dougherty and
Susan Oats, were arrested Tuesday afternoon
by Officer Fleck, and taken before Alderman
Kline, charged with committing an aggravated
assault and battery upon one John Gilmore.—
Upon a hearing of the case, the offence was di
rectly fixed upon James Oats, who, in default
of bail, was sent to prison, and the remainder
of the party were discharged.
TEM STANDARD AND PAREIRTTNRIAN EXPOSITION,
published in Philadelphia, is one of our best
religious weeklies. It is ably edited by the
Rev. Dr. Nevin, and, we are glad to know,
has, a large and increasing circulation. Its
amount of religious reading and general news;
makes it a valuable paper for the family circle,
while its bald and manly support of the Na
tional government, in putting down this re
bellion, recommends it to every patriot. We
hope It will receive many subscribers in Harris
Toe Cur On.—A barefooted lad, aged about
eight years, whose name we could not learn,
while ; handling a patent washing machine in
front of the White Hall tavern, Market, street,
yesterday, accidentally displaced some part
of the machinery, which caused the fly wheel
to fall on his left foot, cutting the middle toe
entirely off, and brgaking the holies of one or
two ethers. The lad bore the pain which en
sued, with remarkable fortitude, and st emed to
be more concerned about replacing the fallen
wheel than with the condition of hie foot. He
was carried to his residence, in the lower end of
the city, where the wound was dressed by a
Wire, asks an intelligent cotemporary, do
pretty young ladies put their hands in the
pockets of their cloaks and sacqucs when pro
menading, and thus incur the penalty of a
vulgar habit, and a stoop too decided even to
please the most fervent admirers of the 'Grecian
bend ?' Why do ladies who wear stylish Bal
moral. petticoats, or the even more chaste look
ing white ones with ample skirts and delicately
worked borders, hold up their , outer garments
at so great a height, while those who are less
luxnriouely provided, keep theirs down with
invincible prudishness? Why do stalwart
young fellows, with shoulders worthy of the
Farneea Hercules, stand loaning on the street
corners complaining of "nothing to do," when
Uncle Sam wants the help of all his stout
handed, broad•shouldered kindred in putting
out the fires of rebellion? Why do young men
who never smelt gunpowder, and never mean
to, wear undress military caps, and assume a
I military strut, as they parade the street? Why
do other young men, who affect to be gentle
men (Heaven save the mark I) smoke cigars as
they walk with ladies—can it be because they
fancy they add to their attractions or reputa
tion for refinement by so doing ? Why do
drinking saloons flaunt in gorgeous array and
sport magnificent mirrors in front of the rubi
cund noses and imilamed visages of their mot
tied victims? Why do undertakers wear an
habitually solemn face, and modulate their
tones, in the most commonplace conversation,
even to the minor key of subdued and sypathi
sing grief? Why do apothecaries dress off
their windows with show bottles of green, blue,
and crimson, that are never touched except to
restore the lading hues of their garish liquids?
Why do dealers pretend to be "selling off at
cost," andconstantly replenish their stocks to
again incur the like "tremendous sacrifices?"
Why, in fine, is it that
thin are not as they Beam,"
and that men saciTlice so devotedly and unre
mittingly to the false god, Smut
" STlLB."—Reader, have you ever noticed
what a "big thing" style is, in this world ?
Take, for instance, society in a country town,
LEt a fancy looking stranger, with a big,
galvanized watch and fob chain, come along,
put on, "style," wear good clothes, (no matter
if. he has cheated some poor tailor 'in the las
town he stopped at, out of them,) and instant
ly he is a lion. Soft young ladies, their
weak brain loaded with sentimental trash of
"yeller Myer" literature, go into ecstacies
over hie "beautiful mustach," and lie awake
at night, thinking over hie charming ringlets.
Managing mammas gives parties for him, and
lay their plans to secure him for "Cordite An
geline," or " Seraphina Floretta. " Weak
minded young men consider it an honor to pay
his billiard and cocktail bills, and ape the style
of hie collar and drawl of his voice. Where,
thqn, are the honest, upright, straitforward
young mechanics and clerks of the town Y Ont
of the ring altogether. Though they may
have souls and intellects, by the side of which
his would dwindle into the size of a mosquito's
eye—though they may have good names be
yond the shadow of reproach—though they
may have been raised from childhood in the
community, and no word can be said against
their oharacters,—yet the " style, " of the
crack-brained fop transcends all, and in com
parison with him, they dwindle into insignifi
cance. He tarries probably for a few weeks, or
perhaps months, takes on big airs,wheedles the
young ladies and their unsuspecting mammas,
borroWs all he can from the soft youths, and
finally turns up missing, some fine morning,
having forgotten to pay his hotel and other
billt ;:.and the next that is heard of the gentle
mati,la that he has been arrested in some city,
as a swindler or a thief. Then the confiding
mammas and weak minded daughters exclaim,
,44 Deari uka, What a pity.' he was atuth a very
itylig oung man I' and disconsolate they wait
for so Oker.youngman of 4 fityler ..to turn
adegraph. ir4ursktp morning,lp 3, 1862
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY TIDE WATER
CONNEMION , —ln the first branch of the city
council of Baltimore on Tnesday,`a communi
cation was received from the Mayor, enclosing
a memorial from the president of the Northern
Central Railway Company, A. B. Warlord, &q.,
of this city, which says : "The legislation of
the city on the subject of the extension to tide
water of the Northern Central railway presents
difficulties which need for their removal the
concurrent action of the municipal authorities
and the company ; and as the company desires
to prosecute that work with as little delay as
possible, it asks the attention of the council to
the subject, with a view to such further legis
lation as may be thought necessary."
Pus GROCERS i►xn. MB Voupsu,—We are glad
to learn that the principal grocers of the city
have signed an agreement ,to close their re
spective places of business from the night of
the 3d inst. until the morning of the sth. This
is an excellent movement, and we hope all the
other business establishments will follow the
example. Let everybody join in a good old
fashioned celebration of our natal day of
Rartrarmu.—Dr. J. W. aloffiit having return
ed from his tour west of the Alleghenies, can
be found at his office No. 25 North Second
street, adjoining the "Buehler House," by
those, desiring his professional services. Hav
ing made some valuable acquisitkons in the
operative and mechanical departments of Den
tistry, he is fully prepared to perform all opera
tions entrusted to him in a manner satisfactory
Thankful for the confidence heretofore repos
ed in ,him, and being determined to excel in all
branches of his profestion he hopes to merit a
continuance of the same. d2t.
A Mona ReLunasnitssr.—Among the many
improvements lately made in our city, to which
we can point with pride as an evidence of pros
parity 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 arket 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 badness, outside of New
York, but the stock ch alenges 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 accommodatiog,•aud 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 last
forty-eight hours has been in the position of a
man that has been willed a fortune. While
there is no doubt of the fortune, it is not yet in
his possession; in regard to Richmond the suc
cess of our army for the last two days, and the
advices of advantages gained, makes the cap
titre of Richmond certain, and when the fourth
of July shall have arrived, we will again ratify
the magna charts of human freedom and con
tinue to purchase our dry goods at the cheap'
store of Urich & Bowman, South East corner
of Front and Market streets. jeBo.
$5OOO DOLLARS WORTH or Nsw GOODS 1-400
pair of mitts direct from auction, at 25, 87, 60,
62 and 76 eta.; 1000 Ladles' white collars, at'lo,
20,.80, up to 76 Cts. Great bargains! 600 new
hoop skirts for 60, 62 and 75 cts., up to $2.60
cheapest in town; the largest assortment of
low priced dress goods—all prim. 11/0 pieces
white ; brillants at 121 eta.; some at 16 to 18
cts.; 60 dozen of shirt breasts at 121 cts., 20,
26 and 87 chi., extra cheap. 200 dozen of La
dies' white stockings, at 121 and 16. els. A
magnificent assortment of embroidered cambric
band, and cambric edging and insertings, at all
prices. 60 dozen of linen pocket 'kerchiefs, at
121 eta.; also hemstitched 'kerchiefs. Whole
sale buyers we would invite to our large stock ;
and as we have a buyer in New York, who bays
only at the large auctions. We promise to sell
goods at city prices. Lawr.
We also received 10 dozen of real German
linen pocket handkerchiefs for gentlemen—a
very scarce article ; also 20 pieces of white and
colorrd straw matting, and 6 pieces of new cor
pets from.auction ; 5 pieces of black silk at all
prices. B. Law".
Do not trifle with your Health, Oonsutuilon and Cha
If you or* suffering with any Diseases fer which
BELMIBOLD'B 8.87.111.02 .BUCIBT
TRY IT! TRY a! TRY. IT!
It will Cure you, oeve Long Suffering, AllayiogjPeln
and Milamation, and will restore you to
HEALTH AND PURITY,
AL Little kxpense, •
And uo Exposure.
Oat oat the Advertisement In another column, and cal
or send for it.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
Ask for Holmbold's. Take. no Other..
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE 1:1
Wm. L. Batchelor's Bair 'Aye
The only Harmlees and Reliable Dyer Known
AR others are more imitations, and should be avoided
ifyou wish to escape ridicule:
GREY, RED OR RUSTY BAIR dyed. Instantly . to .a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, wßout the least
Injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MtDALS AND DlPLOMAthireibeeh
dad to Wm. A. ilsvossum sauna 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of big lemons Dye.
Wat. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is WARHANTID
not to injure In the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill effects of bad Dyes remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this spleodid Dye, which le prop-
erly applied at No. 18 Bond Street New, York.
Sold In &lithe cites and towns of Use United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
The Genuine has the n a me ...William A. Batoktelor, ,,
and address upon a Steel plate engraving, on the four
aides of each box.
Wholesale Factory, 81 Barclay SL,
oci2-d&wly. Late Wla Broadway,; Now York
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, a choice lot
oartra Family Flour, all Warranted by bbl., or
neck, just received and for .ale low by
NK8301.8 & BOWMAN,
Greer rout and Harker streets.
4TH OF JULY, Dnioont'e Powder and
Shot, for sale in large and small quantities by
NICEIOL3 & BOWMAN,
Jean Corner front and Market streets.
FOR PRIMER:TING PURPOSES
AVERY superior article, (pure,) jIIB
received and ir sale:by • • •
Jeep WMI DOK, JR., Ar CO.
PARE CRiCirRAS, Yirfo Ciao esa an t
reaaired ad 10'614kr box or pack by
Owner Froid, aM Market oared&
BE WISE BY TIMES I
FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY•
4 inches to 10 feet.
FLAGS FOR 1 CENT
FLAGS FOR 2 CENTS
FLAGS FOR 8 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 60
FLAGS FOR $6 00
Flags of any size not on hand will be fur
nished to order at the shortest notice at
TO NEW YORK • AND BACK
FOR SIX DOLLARS.
Will be lamed at the READING RAILROAD
DEPOT, from •
Harrisburg to New York and Beek,
Via READING, ALLENTOVTN & EASTON,
Good from Saturday, Jane 18th, until Monday
July 7th, 1861,
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.
Jcus/4, 1862. je26-dtjy6.
EXCURSION TICKETS TO
PifiIABLPHLI MD BACK
AT $3 25 EACH.
And Between all Other Points
AT REDUCED FARES,
I OD FROM SATURDAY, JUNE 18T11, TO MON
DAY, JULY 7TH, 1861.
J. J. CLYDE,
TIN WARE AT REDUCED PRICES.
Market Street, Oorner of River Alley.
OFFERS for ea!e the largest stock of Tin
aid 6beei. Iron Ware In Harrisburg.
Priaeulower thaa ihoutof, any- °that .establish.
nowt. Tbo custom of wore keepera woo purclrisa to
selliagabi is invited. All work warranted. jell-dim.
STOVES 1 STOVES 1 !
SOMESOME of the best patterns cooking stoves
are to be had Kt too Cheap Tie ware and Stove Ka
tubitabment of Lyman Gitbet t, Market street jell-dim
IF the best patterns,;Glass and: in con
stantly on band at:Lyman Gilbert's Ttn Ware Man
Cory, Market street. jel74lm
ANICE assortment, oheap at Lyman
Giltrart's Tio awl Sheet Iron Ware Afanutoccory,
Market sweet. .oa-dim
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER..
DDAVID BERST, of South Hanover
townelfip, (Aforehim :elf im • candidate for the
ottk.e of COUTY 11.0611-SIONER, eubje - et to the Union
hepublhan Nominating Convention, and pledges himself
if nominatai and elected, to discharge the duties of the
office with fidelity. . jel3Klawtc*
HARRIS MANSION FOR SALE.
rrE.IS handsome property recently occu
-1 pled by the PR VNitYLVANIA asmaLs UJILLBGE
18 uttered for sal,. It-is well suited either furs Titivate
Residence or a B , ardlng dolind, being supplied with gas,
Water, bath rooms, heater, range, etc. Tie grounds
contain valuable ltu 1 Trees and tlbrubbery. The pluCe
will be sold low and possession given within reasouable
dme. For terms, & e., apply t 4.
S. S. WAUGH, or
• DK. WM. H. It ]LB
Executors of Estate of Kos. B. R. Waugh, dec'd.
WE STUDY TO PLEASE.
HENRY C. SHAFFER, Paper Hanger,
has just opood a large, new ant well selected
stock orWall Paper and Window Shales, ac bia new
store No. 12 Market street, next to Hammitt at Killingers
grocery near the Bridge..
/Or Paper hanging personally attended to. all work
warranted. . ,189.dlin•
LABOR SAVED 1
BYusing PUTMAWS EXCELSIOR
CLOTHES WRINGER, which wrings clothes ryer
Gate can be cone by band, and wrings a bed quilt or
handkerchief without any alteration. Gaited examine it
at . 11. RAYNE'S AGRICULTURAL STORE,
jeoo4Btawlin /40 liask^t street.
TTHEThree ti tory Brick Dwelling House
opposite the Magnetic Telegraph Office on Third
btr.'et near Maraet, owned by and formerly the rest
denCo of Dr. blearge Met.. Owl ,g to the location, &c. '
tail is one of the most desirable residences for a small
family in the city: The boase being now furnishol, 'any
amniaef~ Furniture therein desired, om be 'pan:Aimed
at, reasonable rates, Pdssestion given on the &at of
July. Enquire of D. el. CAN-KIER,
On the Prrinises.
A ' :rge supply of fresh Salad Oil, in
serge and small bottles, and of different breads
lust received and for, sale by
WM. DOCK, Ja. h CO.
• - ,
! ? ; B at L gi. B.:S des ii katA f it e a f i i,n i t e , /*d i tt w i
w ill bow a at the lowest market price&
je2o . ; . • ' WM DjOK., JR., & 00.
VIRE CRACKERS, Fire Crackers, just
received and for sale cheap by
, N1CM.01.3 & BOWMAN,
1e14; , Corner Front and Market streets.
IbIXTENSIVE stock of White and Brown
. E 0 Sugars of aJlgrades, and very to A, just received
and for sale by NICHOLS & CO W MAN,
j•2l Corner Front Rua Market streets.
OALL and examine those Cheap Sugars
lbr preservlni at . NICHOLS & LaMiani,
je2l Corner Front and M4rket sweets.
WANTED EDIAT ELY . —A few
Machinists and Ithcirsmiths. Require at the
w yge-ett • IiaItMEHMIRG uae. SHOP.
ORANGES AND LEMONS.-60 boxes
Joel received and In prlmeerder.
• prlB . W. D001E..111., & 00.
CANNID Tornatoes and Green Corn at
Jouri , torl
A 'FPI Oranges and lAmons atJUIiN
= 4 a AKA& 8 Cocoa and Sweet Chocolate'
air nab st JOHN WISCO, Tltlc4 and Walnut,. mu
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE !
UESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
FRIDAY AND SATORDAY.
JULY Ist, 2d, 3d, 4th and 6th,
AND FRIDAY AFTERNOON, .TITLY 4th.
Y . M.A__N . I
THE INCOMPARABLE AND INCOURRAHINBEEILB
WIZARD AND VENTRILOQUIST.
W-os t perforation's; tar atupwe le point of mystery
and originality all the Melina Fakirs and ottr r Celestial
Necromancers, pee.enten in the startling annals of trab•
lerie. Professor WY 4.01 wia make the Itivieiblei Via!
ble, and compel men, women and outer objects to appear
and disappears at pleasure, and in his SEVEN DIFFgR
FN.'. VOICES represent a whole Congress of Nations in
his own person.
Firierim•nts will be given in the spacious Room of
the above name establishment, and will embrace a
varied se action from his copious catalogue of entertain
ORCHESTRA CHAIRS. .
Doors open at 7 o'clock, Performance com
mences at 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 Songs.
M'LLE. LEONETTA, •
The Great French Danseuse.
808. EDWARDS, ED. DE HAVEN,
808. EDWARDS, ED. DE HAVEN,
Negro Commedian. Comic •Vocalist.
PROF. E. U. CLEBIMENTS, Pianist.
AD MISSION • 10 and 15 cents.
Doors open at 7f, commence at 8 o'clock.
93 .Market ;street, Harrisburg, Pa.,
pIAIV - ' CO
ST EW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the bee
IN makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU.
RENTS, FROM $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeous, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in general.
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
hand. Music sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOO
Suitable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on hand. •
A fine assortment of best plated
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
93 Market street
D. GEO. W. UTNE, graduate of the
Baltimore Ooilege of Denial Surgery, haviugp er
manently located in the oilyofHirrlsburg and taken the
office formerly °coupled by Dr. Gorgas, ea Third street
between Market and Walnut,, respectfully informe his
friends and the public in general, that he is prepared to
perform all operations to the Dental profession, either ;
surglea for mechanical:ln a manner that shill not be
surpassed by operators in this or , any other city. His
mode of inserting artidenal teeth is upon the latest Im
proved scientific principle
Teeth from one to a full set, mounted on floe Sol d
Silver, Platinn plates or the Vulcanite boo.
I take great pleasure in recommending the above gen
tleman to all my former friends of Harrisburg and vi •
chitty, and feel confident that be will perform all opera
tions in a scientific manner, from my knowledge of his
ability. (my 3 den ' F.J. S. D. 8.
LETTERS testamentary on the,estate of
Emanuel Hall, late of the oily or Harilsirurg,
having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the,
said deb all pers ms having Maims or 'demands against
the said estate are req ni shed to make hnoun UM same
and those tudEbted to pay their debts to him without
delay. gORDEt Al YoNINNEY,
myl3.cloaw6w • -Executor.
NOTICE is hereby -given- that letters of
administration on the estate ot Rimund Porter,
late et Harrisburg, Dauphin county, deed; hive heen
granted to the uneersigned by the Register or Dauphin
county . All persons indebted to said , estate are request
ed to metro t ayment, and those having claims to plresent
them for settlement to sonata venous', Esq., at the
Pennsylyania House, who is hereby emeowereo by the
undersigned to adjust any claims presented to him.
SAIdUnT, htOORE Executor.
my2o-deaw6w* Easton, Pa.
HAVING been appointed auditor by
by the Court
of Common Pleas of Dauphin county,
to ulnae d Istribution of the money in court, made on a
certain writ of.Veadifioni tzikinas, No 39 April T. 1802,
direct Ate the <eriff of Tiogacounty in the case of the
Commonwealth of Pehnsylvaida tal Williara'D. Bait
win meat all those having Leas annust the real estate Of
the aforesatd William D. ilsoluy, at my omen on. .Third
street in the city of Harrisburg, on Wednesday the ,gOIA
day of July neat at 10 &clock, a. M., at which place and
time all persons interested will attend if they deem
proper. EUGENE SNYDER,
• LAND-FOR 'SALE.
ABOUT 1300'neres. 'principally Chestnut
epiont land,- situated . nary and Conearogo
townships, Dauphin conity. Also a number of fine
Chestnut Timber and Pasture lots in Londonderry and
South Anville towinhips, Lebanon comity kor turther
particulars apply to Samuel Hoffer, Gonewago,. or to
John Simeon, Colebrook Furnace, Pennsylvania.
apr7 doaw3m , . W. G FABENANDi
.N - oT.lvE.::_xoticE is hereby given that
Letters of Administration on the estate of Mary
Mtiler,lite of Dauphin county, deceased, baye been
granted to the subscriber, who resides in the city of
Harrisburg, insaid county. All permits baying shams
or demsads against the estate of said decedent aro here
by requested to make 'mows the same to the subscriber,
and all persons indebted io the same will make payment
wi.hout delay. JOHN A. MHO.
Harrisburg, May 210852.—my29-eawd6w.
• .N OTICE is hereby given that letters o f
administration were this day taken out of the
itegistet's Milne of Dauphin county, on the estate of
Richard Popel deu'd., of City of Harrisburg, Dauphin
county, by the uadersigned. All creditors to said estate
will present that. claims prcperli authenticated, and
those knowing themmires to ue indebted will make im
mediate payment to the undersigned .
MAMIE PERRY, Administrator,
CAP Oil for all kinds of machinery,
In Small and large packages, for sale by
.19 , , Corner Fres!. and Market street
GRAIM.F4III3.b7I e pboaitt, or box,
reeitivedand for irate by
_4 Corner Prat and Market OWL
17761 JULY 4th. 18621
aimr ILECTIVBD AND FOR 9 ALI LOW
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT
Fruit & Confectionery Store,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT.
FIREWORKS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
(Burn Three Hours.)
SOFT CASE TORPEDOES,
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.
rRINCKTON, N. J.
Rev. Jsmes P. Humus, A. M., 1. P r . • pa i s.
ROY. THOS. W. CATTKI.L o A. M.,
rpHIS Institution; founded in 11329, is
&signed to prepare boys thoroughly for collme or
Ir a buten/es life. The buildings are large and commie
dire., and the grounds embrace more than thirteen
acres. Both of the Principals di vine their whole time
to the school, idled in the department of lostruotiou by
The military instruction end Odd, (under the charge
of an experienced Instructor,) is arranged so an not. to
Mindere with the regular stediee, occupying a pert of
the t me appropritved to exercise and recreation.
Pupils are re,eived at any time and charged only from
the date of Ida lesion. TZ11118:—$125 00 per Brest= of
For circulars, or further information, address either of
the Principals. Ne'ereure is also made to the Rev. Mr.
irons the Rev. Dr. Hodge and the Rev. Dr. McGill,
Professors in the 7heological Seminary, Princeton, N. J.
I have for Several years been intimately acquainted
with the kev. Thomas W. Canell. Re has had charge
of two of my sons, and I can safely say I have never
mown sny one in whom fidelity aid devotitn to his pu
pHs, I. have equ•tl conftlence. Ile is a good scholar end
a successful teacher. I know no one who has a greater
ready in gdning the love of Ire scholars or who exerts
over them a better influence
tam aware of %he responsibility In spa king in such
terms of commendation of a teacher; but lam alluded
lam doing nothing but simple justmo to an ea :silent
man, In using the language which I havo here em
ployed CHARLES HMOS%
1 have great oonfidecce In the Rev. Jas. P. Hughes, as
a teacher, both his aptness to give itstruction, and
his tact in the administration of titsciphne. 1 have had two
sons under his care, ant from the moat careful ob.serva
tibn lam free to recommend the itdgehtli retool as one
of safe and thorough int:Urn:Aim' .
jel4 dim AI.ESAND' R T. hi% ILL.
WE INVITE the attention of families
BAKE THEIR OWN BREAD,
to our stock of Flour. We have jest rezeived
of the Choicest (White Wheat) St. Louis Flour ihst
the Weetrci llarzet affords.
We guarantee every barrel or bag we sell to be strict
ly superior. [Jae] WM. nOCK,Jii., &Lk)
WM. A. PARKHILL,
Third Street, next door to the Tekgraph Printing
STORES, dwellings, churches, public
buildings, factories, kc., fitted up with gas, lota and
iron plpia'in a woreman like manner. Hydrants, Wash
basins, Bath Tuba, lift and Force Pumps, Water Cle , ots,
Lead and Iron Pipe for water, gas sea steam. A share
of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All work
pr raptly attended to. my3o-d3m.
NEW MARBLE AND STONE YARD
HAVING opened a MARBLE AND STONE
YARD on Quaid Street, near Olmsteat street, oppo
site the P niasylvabla tiallrosid Depot, wee this ma hod
or Informing the citizens of Harrisburg an.t vicinity that
he is prepared to do all kinds of marble and stone work
in a superier manner, and on the most reasonable terms.
CALL at No. 75 Market Street. where
kt., you will end a large and well Belot:tea stook of
plain IRA fancy Confectionery of all kinds. A great va
riety °Myst cos every description, ladies' Wont titands
and Fancy Baskets, Foreign Fruits, Nuts, Dates and all
other, articles generally keys in a confectionery and toy
store. Receiving fresh supplies every week. Call and
examine for yourselves. Wal. 11. WitUtIONRR,
.6one-dem P oprietor.
J LLY GLASSES,
OF all sizes, patterns and prices, just
recoiled ate for sale by
jel3 . Whir. DOCK, Jr ,dc CO.
100 PERCJIff OF GOOD
BUILDING LIME STONE.
FOR BALE AT THE
NEW Patterns of Coal Oil Lamps, with
all the recently Improved burners for sale by
141010 LS & BOWMAN'S
SUPERIOR Quality of Imperial and Black
Tea, for sale by NIOHOLS & BOWMAN,
my 22 roamer Front and Market streets.
DANDELION COFFEE I—A Fresh and
large supply of this Oeiebyead Coin* us& received
by f.laBl WM, XXV Jr., Ri
ClitOSS & BLA.CKWELL'S Celebrated
ki PICKLES, SAUCES, raEssavii4, sic., aus. A large
supply of the above, embracing every variety, just re
alm:el end for sale by [ WM. DOCK. Jr., &Co
DETERSIVE SOAP, something better
than Harrison's Household Soap, Just received and
for sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jet Corner Front and Msrket streets.
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, BROOMS
and everything in the line, must received in large
nuantitiee and for sale very low by
QMOKED 13.6%F.-4 splendid lot, large
kJ and well cured.
war DOCK, Ja, & CO
LiUARA.i.TELLY.—A large supply just
la Maud by WM. DOCK, JR. kt 00.
HARD CASE TORPEDOES,
LADIES' UNION FANS,
wmi nocK. ir kCn