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Tuesday Afternoon, July 8, 1882.
SICK AT BALTIMORI.-H. H. Lenhart of this
county," attached to the 87th Pennsylvania
regiwent, is lying sick at oue of the military
hospitals in Baltimore.
Ix Towir.—Adjulant Cooper, of the One
Hundred and First Pennsylvania, was in town
this morning looking very much debilitated
from long and active service in the field. The
Adjutant participated in the battle at Fair Oaks.
METHODIST SDNDAT SCHOOL PICNIC,—The an
nual pic-nic of the Sunday school attached to
the Methodist Episcopal Church of this city,
will be held at the Derry church, near Hum
melstown, on Thursday next. Tickets can be
purchased from the committee.
THE BUOKTALIS AT THE BATTLE OF FAIR OAKS.
—Harry Davis, the artist, has imortalized the
Pennsylvania Bucktails in a grand picture, re
presenting the bloody battle of Fair Oaks, Va.,
intended as a part of his panorama of the great
rebellion. The "boys" occupy a prominent
position in the picture, as they did in the bat
tle ; and we have no doubt the picture will cre
ate as great sensation among spectators, as the
rifles of the sharpshooters did among the re
hiCIRSABID Aorrarry.—The recent prolnmation
of the Governor for more troops, has created quite
an increased.activity in the Executive and Adju
tent General's depat tments of the State. In the
latter office, the clerks are as busy as nailers,
making out forms and other documents neces
sary in the recruiting business. From the
manlier in which tenders of troops are begin
ning to be received, there is very little doubt
but that the additional quota asked for from
this State, will be filled in less than a month.
COL. SAM W. }SLACK'S AVRNCEBS.—James
Onelow, of Pittsburg, . a brother "chip" at
tached to the Quarmaster's department of Col.
Black's regiment passed through here this
morning from Pittsburg on route for Washing
ton city, where he goes to receive the necessary
pipers to raise a military company to be styled
the Col. B. W. Black's Avengers. Jim has al
ready seen fight, and we have no doubt that
if he is commissioned a captain he will do all
he can to avenge the man to whom he has been
so devotedly attached.
FROM SOUTH CLROLINA.. —An officer of the
Signal Corps attached to the army under Gen.
Hunter, arrived in town last week, and gives
a very cheerful account of matters and things
in South Carolina. The men, so far from being
dispirited by the recent repulses at James Isl
and, are anxious to be led against the hot-bed
of treason, Charleston, itself. As an evidence
of the many shifts resorted to by the rebels, to
overcome the scarcity of munitions of wax, the
officer states that in the engagement on James
Island the rebels actually fired old boUlea and
other miscellaneous missies from their cannon.
EisanoN of Orimas.—At a stated meeting
of the Citizen Fire Company, held in their hall
last evening, the following gentlemen were
elected to fill the respective offices for the en
suing term :
President—Dr. C. Seiler.
Vice President—C. M. Shell.
Assistant Secretary—Jacob Croft.
Chief Engineer—George C. Fager.
Assistant Engineer—Jacob Fleck.
Captain of Hose—Joseph Sheets.
House Committee—C. Eckert, E. W. Shell,
Directors—George Bailey, Henry Swivel, E.
W. Shell, Herman Frisch, Conrad Eckert,
Geo. W. Davis, John Stahl, Joseph Montgom
ery, C. M. Shell.
After the election of officers, a resolution was
offered by Mr. Joseph Montgomery and passed,
that a pie-nic, for the benefit of the company,
be held at Hrehnlen's woods on the 17th of
the present month.
Moe SCENE ON TUB CANAL.—A few days ago
several boats tied up for the night along the
berm bank of the canal, near Highsplie, this
county, when the boatmen in accordance with
that traditionary custom, rendered famous by
the intensely pointed lines, commencing,
" Re, ro the boatman ro"
kept up the night in a series of innocent sports
and amusement, to the great terror of the ten
ants of one or two farm houses in the vicinity,
who imagined all, possible hard things of "ye
jolly voyagers on ye raging canal." Towards
midnight, while the revelry ran high, an in
dividual, pretty well intoxicated, suddenly
made his appearance, and commenced shouting
for " Jeff Davis and the Southern Confederacy."
This stirred up - quite a breeze among the boat
men, and they cried out " hang the d—d Se
cessionist !" In less than five minutes the
stranger found himself pinioned by a score of
strong arms, his hands were tied behind him,
his hat knocked over his eyes in imitation of
the traditional "black cap," and a rope was
fastened under his arm pits. The rope was
then drawn over a limb of an adjoining tree,
the boys took hold and pulled " with a will,"
and in a trice " seoesh" found himself dancing
on nothing with the bottom knocked out. He
was terribly frightened, and thought sorely
that his end had come. He kicked, struggled,
raved, blasphemed and prayed, but all to no
purpos e. "Secesh" was asked if he would
take the oath of allegiance, and answered in
a ffi rma ti ve . An old edition of " Sinbad
the Sailor," was then produced,and be was made
(still dangling at the end of the rope) to subscribe
to the following terrible oath : "I do solemn
ly swear to defend the Constitution of the
United States, and adjure Satan and Jeff Davis,
with all their works. I do solemnly swear to
drink no more fighting gin for the . next six
months, under penalty of being hung up by
the heels, tarred, feathered and physicked."—
The poor fellow was then suffered to depart,
which he was very glad to do, terribly nervous
and frightened at the dangers through which
be bad weed.
COL. SIMMONS. ••.- We find the following in
to-day's New York Tribune: Col. Seneca G.
Simmons, of the bth Pennsylvania volunteers,
Major in the 4th regiment Infantry, in the bat
tle of Monday, commanded the lst brigade,
M'Call's division. He was shot through the
breast, mortally, while on the advance, leading
the brigade in the charge, was seen to fall.—
The enemy got possession of his body.
CAPT. WATERBURY'S COMPANY.-A letter has
Wen received in this city from Mr. William B.
Irvin, of Captain Waterbury's company, post
marked Edisto Island, S. C., which gives a very
favorable account of the health and morale of
that company, and the regiment to which it is
attached, (Col. White's). The writer states
that there has not been a death in the regi
ment for six months, and very little sickness.
The regiment was not with the expedition to
James Island, having been left to do guard duty
on Edisto Island.
Polloll.—Mrs.M'Manus,an elderly Irish lady,
with a face like the full moon, and a corpora
tion weighing something less thou a ton, was
arrested last evening by officer Campbell for
prolonging the Fourth of July to an unreason
able period—in other words, for being noisy
and drunk. The old lady was shoeless, stock
ingless and bonnetless, and created quite a
stir in the streets through which she passed, in
company with the officer, to the lock-up, where
she passed the night. She bad a hearing be
fore the mayor this morning, and was dis
charged upon paying the fine, in such cases
made and provided.
MISTIME OP THE STATE MEDICAL BOARD.—The
demand for medical officers to fill vacancies oc
curring in Pennsylvania regiments now in the
field, as well as those about to be recruited, has
again called for the assembling of the State
Medical Board to recommend to the Governor
suitable candidates for appointment to this re
sponsible poet. At a time when the lives of so
many of our citizens depend, in a great mea
sure, upon the skill of the regimental surgeons,
every care is necessary to see that incompetent
men are not brought forward, and the useful
ness of the labors of our State Board is appa
rent in the collection to-day of a fine body of
young intelligent active physicians from all
the counties of the State.
The Board is composed of Drs. Wilmer Worth
ington, of Chester county; Win. Watson, of
Bedford county; J. P. Wilson, of Centre county;
and Surgeon General Henry H. Smith, of Phila
delphia. About sixty candidates were present,
and were busily engaged, when we looked in,
in writing their answers to the printed ques
tions proposed by the Board. After carefully
Inspecting and comparing the answers, the
Board will present a " Merit Roll" to the Gov
ernor, from which all appointments will be
made, and the successful candidate hereafter
notified of the result. The action of the Board
has proved of great service to our soldiers, who
feel that in risking their lives for the mainte
nance of our institutions, their State is not for
getful of their welfare.
PUMPS vs. HYDRA/PM—The warm weather
has created quite a run on the town pumps,
and the consumption of the c of and sparkling
beverage is enormous. There are but very few
of these relics of "hmg syne" remaining with
us, and we are glad to see that they are
regarded by the people in their respective
neighborhoods with proper respect and vene
Spoiler i spare that pump
Touch not its liquid spout ;
In youth it quenched my thirst,
And is not yet played out.
'Twas my forefather's hand
That placed thee in this spot ;
Then, spoiler, let it stand—
Its waters harm thee not.
That never-failing pump,
Whose waters bless the town,
That gushes pure and free—
Why thou take it down
City fathers make no laws
To fill up these old wells ;
Oh ! spare the city pumps !
For in them life, health.
When but a poor school boy
I seized thy ladle dear,
In all its dripping joy,
And quaffed thy waters clear.
Here my mother washed my face,
And scrubbed my little hand ;
Forgive this foolish tear,
- But let that old pump stand.
When hydrants pour forth mud
From reservoirs impure,
And good wives scold and fret
Such evils to endure—
To thee we turn, old pump,
For water cool and clear.
When clay streams fill the plugs,
Then thou art still more dear.
To thee bright buckets bring
And pitchers, tin-cups, send.
Drink from thy crystal spring,
The poor man's only friend.
Dear pump ! thou shalt remain
On this old watering spot,
Altho"tis very plain
Improvement loves thee not.
For the Telegraph
Tan PATINNTB and attendants of hospital, No.
2, take this opportunity to express their thanks
to lady members of Locust Street Methodist
Church for their, visit to our hospital on the
last 4th of July, for the delicacies which they
distributed among us—substantial, demonstra
tive proofs of their devotion to the cause of the
country, and for the patriotic songs they sang,
in which, as they sang them, we felt wore em
bodied those principles upon which as soldiers
we are acting, and for which we feel that we
ought to be willing even to lay down our lives.
Likewise to their pastor, who, as their repres
entative, addressed us in language which called
to remembrance the associations of home, the
past with all its joys and sorrows, sunshine
and darkness, of friends, the golden links of
whose love now seem forever broken, which re
minded ns of the responsibility resting upon us
at the present time, in the present crisis, and
which exhorted us not only to fight the battles
of our country, but also those of the Cross.
Our hearts bent down, and we felt truly that
"'Tie not the whole of life to live,
Nor all of death to die."
We also feel sincerly grateful to thoae ladies
who brought us an abundant supply of lemons,
oranges and pine apples. While we recollect
that they have given their husbands to do bat
tle for the country, we pray that always they
may find kind friends ready to do by them as
their lidies have done by us.
ChTET/N, July, 1862.
pamovi van i a may tettgrap4, gueoktv Afternoon, linlv 8, 1862
Y. M. C. A.—The regular monthly meeting
of the Young Men's Christian Association will
be held this (Tuesday) evening at eight
o'clock, v. m. A Punctual attendance is re
NOT Mum—The many friends of Capt. J.
D. Boynton, of Middletown, will be glad to
learn that the report of his being killed in one
of the recent battles before Richmond, is alto
gether premature. A member of his company
direct from the army, passed. through here yes
terday, and reports that when he left the camp
the captain was in good health and most excel
EXCURSION TO COLD SPRINGS. - Our citizens
who desire to exchange the dust and heat of
our pent-up city for a few hours enjoyment in
"a boundless contiguity of shade," replete
with pure mountain breezes, and ice cold spring
water, should make it a point to attend the
annual Harvest, Home celebration at Cold
Springs, on Thursday, July 17. Speeches are
to be make, a fine string band will be in at
tendance, and a good social time generally is
expected. See advertisement.
A MOM EsrAmasuitabrr.—Among the ma n
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 ch illenges 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 ex't nsive stock, whether they purchase
$5OOO DOLLARS WORTH' OF NEW Goonsl-400
pair of mitts direct from auction, at 25, 37, 50,
62 and 75 cts.; 1000 Ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 30, up to 75 cts. Great bargains ! 500 new
hoop skirts for 60, 62 and 75 cts., up to $2.50
cheapest in town • the largest assortment of
low priced dress goods—all prices. 100 pieces
white brillants at 124 cis.; some at 15 to 18
cts.; 50 dozen of shirt breasts at 124 as.. 20,
25 and 37 cts., extra cheap. 200 dozen of La
dies' white stockings, at 124 and 16 cts. A
magnificent assortment of embroidered cambric
band, and cambric edging and insertings, at all
prices. 50 dozen of linen pocket 'kerchiefs, at
124 cts ; also hemstitched 'kerchiefs. Whole
sale buyers we would invite to our large stock ;
and as we have a buyer in New York, who buys
only at the large auctions. We promise to sell
goods at city prices. S. LEWY.
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 ; 5 pieces of black silk at all
prices. S. Lswv.
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYEI
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Bye !
The only 'Harmless and Reliable Dye Known
All others aro more imitatioue, mud !should be avoidod
If you with to escape r idicule.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to,, a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the lewd
injury to Hair or Skin.
FD TEEN MI DAIS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar.
ded to WY. A. BATOFIIMOR Slane 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Wm. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to bo distinguished from nature and is wakekriven
not to Injure in the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill effects of bad Dvea remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop.
erly applied at No. 16 Bond Street Now York.
Sold in all the cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goode Dealers.
The Genuine has the name "William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
sides of each hex.
Do not trifle with your Health, Oiinititutiou and Cho
If you are auforing with any Diseases for which
HBLEBOLD'S EX7RAC7 B UCHU
TRY IT! TRY IT ! TRY IT !
It will Cure you, have Long Buffering, Allayiug,pain
and Inllamatlon, and will restore you to
HEALTH AND PURITY,
At Little Expense,
and no Expneure.
Cut out the Advorlieement in another column, and cal
or Beud for it.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
Ask for Helmbold's. Take no„Other
CLARET WINE!! !
vx - r E are closing out a VERY SUPERIOR
V LOT at less Otos cosi
WARD do CO.
Aro now opening and offer for sale a fine stock of
PRINCE & CO'S CELEBRATED MELODEONS,
Steinway & Son's Unrivalled Pianos,
aROVESITZEN & HALE'S.WFLL KNOWN PIANOS Ice.
Also manufacturers of picture frames. Ca!l and see
them, at No. 14 Market f•quare, neat to Colder's Stage
EXCURSION TO COLD SPRINGS,
A UNION HARVEST HOME
P IC-NI C,
Will be held at
ON THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1862.
A good String Band will be in attendance, and danc
ing, with numerous other amusements will enliven the
day. RefreAnwouts Will be served up during the day.
TICKETS FOR ROUND TRIP, 50 CTS.
The train will start from tho depot at seven o'clock,
slopping at the McClellan House, ltockville and other
po nta for passengers. jyB dtd
It happened on this hot day, as I set in my
The bands were gone to dinner and no other
When Bleep with all its watching powers,
Did o'er my optics flow,
And while I slept I dreamed the dream,
That I'll relate below.
I dreamed that General McClellan's army
had been reinforced, that Congress bad dropped
the negro question, and would now make laws
for white men ; that it was a pleasant thing to
be a Democrat, and a member of the late con
vention ; that England was not making 'much
Off of *Mr: Train ; and finally woke np with my
woolen.clothes all saturated with sweat, and
determined to go at once and purchase a sum
mer suit of linen goods at the cheap dry-goods
house of Uri& & Bowman. d2t.
Wholesale Factory, 81 Parlay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
BE WISE BY TIMES!
WM. DOM, Jr. p& CO
COOK WANTED at the Harrisburg
stook Yard Hotel Apply at the Hotel.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
WILL be told at auction at the market
on Wednesday 'arming, a valuable asmr.ment
of second hand urnitura belonging to a gentlrman who
is removing from this city D. BA Mt,
j• 74120 City Auctioneer.
'PHA YEE/ rout of the field of the subseri•
r, iu Derry township, ou riday Night, July 4th,
1b62, TWO HORSES, ones. large awber. y 110 th-I
other a small Bay horse, both four years ad. Auy per•
, on tag eg upsaid herses and giving tuformaliau to late
owner sill be suitably rewarded. Address Derry Church
P. 0., Dauphin county. Pa HENRY MILLNR.
EINTRACHT SINGING ASSOCIATION,
AT HAEHN LEN'S WOODS,
ON MuND.HY, JULY 14TH
Admis on 25 cents for a gentleman and two lidli s.
Omnibusses will run al. day from L. 'Coen g's re 1-
deuce, Chestnut street. Good music and iefreshmeuts
provided for. jy7-dlw*
LlitliSH invoice of Lemons, Oranges,
12' rawes, &c ,&c , for silo by
lelollol, & BONN AN,
Co ner Flout and Market streets.
JiXTENSIVE assortment of Glassware,
including Jelly glasses, Preserve Dishes, Goblets,
Tomb'ers, &c., Ace, , of al , styles, just received and for
ale low lig 1011uLS At BOWMAN,
jy7 Corner I rout & Market strews.
QUGA.LIS for preserving; call and exam
ine at NiOnia,d & BOWMAN,
jv7 Corner Front and Market eir. eta
HATS. AND CAPS.
L. H. KINNARD,
VVOU LD respectively Mona his hien&
and the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity gen
erally, that be has just opened, No 11l Market sheet.
near Fifth, a
HAT AND CAP STOKE,
where they can at all limes ilnd a complete assortment
of Silk Cassimere, Fur, Wool, Panama, Leghorn and Palm
Leaf Hats, of an style, color and quality ; Cloth, Oil
Cloth, end Cassimere Capi, latest styles ; Chi dren's
Fancy hats and Caps, &c., all at reasonable prices.
Please call and examine his stock jya-dlw*
BY using PUTMAN'S EXCELSIOR
Jill Cl 4 111E8 WRINGER. which wrings olothcb Auer
Mai , can bo one and, and wrings a bed guilt or
latiiikerchlof without any alter :lion. Ca land examine i.
11 AYN AGRIOUI TUR AL STORE,
jo3o d3tawlot 110 Idaltst street.
WHITE .BRANDY •
FOR PRESERVING PURPOSES.
A VERY superior article, (pure,) jest
r 1 reeeived and for sale by
je3o WM. DOCK, JR., AL .
11EADQIIARTILIL9, PRIINSYLVAN/A MILITIA,
Harrisburg, July 7, 1882.
No. 28. f
In organizing the quota required from Penn
sylvania under the late call of the President of
the United States.
It is of de red,
1. Troops will be accepted by squads or com
panies, as hereinafter indicated, and will, as
rapidly es possible, be organized into companies
11. Persons proposing to organize companies
will be accepted under thefollowing provisions,
and not otherwise, viz:
To be commissioned a Captain, the applicant
must have furnished forty (40) or more men
who have passed Surgeon's examination, and
been mustered into the United States service.
To be commissioned a lint Lieutenant, from
twenty-five (25) to forty (40) men, must have
been furnished as above.
To be commissioned a Second Lieutenant, from
fifteen (15) to twenty-five (25) men must have
been furnished as above.
111. Transportation to the Central Depot,
Camp Curtin, will be furnished, on application
in person, or by mail, to Capt. 11. I. Dodge, U.
S. A., Superintendent of Volunteer Recruiting
Service for Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg, to
whom report must be made.
IV. Actual and necessary expenses for board
ing and lodging of troops, raised under this
order, will be paid by the United States dis
bursing officer, at this post, for a period not
exceeding twenty days, at a rate not exceeding
forty cents per day for each man mustered into
the service of the United States, on the affidavit
of the officer furnishing the men supported by
the receipts of the party to whom the money
V. Squads will be organized into companies
at Camp Curtin as rapidly as possible—the
companies formed into regiments—field officers
appointed and commissioned by the Governor,
and the regiments immediately placed at the
disposal of the War Department.
VI. As a reward for meritorious conduct, and
also to secure valuable military experience, ap
pointments of field officers will be made, ex
cept under peculiar circumstances, from men
now in active service. By order of
A. G. CURTIN,
Governor and Ormmander in Chief.
A. L. RUSSELT,,
The War Department has issued the follow
ing orders :
WAR DEPARTMINT 7
Wisursozon ' D. 0. June 21, 1862.
Pursuant to a joint resolution of Congress to
encourage enlistments in the regular army and
volunteer forces, it is
Ordered, That a premium of two dollars shall
be paid for each accepted recruit that volun
teers for three years or during the war, and
every soldier who hereafter enlists, either in
the regular army or the volunteer, for three
years or during the war, may .receive his first
months pay in advance, upon the mustering of
his company into the service of the United
States, or after be shall have been mustered in
to, and joined a regiment already in the service.
This order will be transmitted to Governors of
States and recruiting officers.
(Signed) EDWIN N. STANTON,
&crelary of War.
WASHINOTON, D. C. July 2, 1862. ,
Ordered, That out of the appropriation for
collecting, organizing and drilling volunteers,
there shall be paid, in advance to each recruit
for three years or during the war, the sum of
twenty-five dollars, being one-fourth the amount
of bounty allowed by lavt—such payment to
be made upon the mustering of the regiment,
to which such recruit belongs, into the service
of the United States.
(Signed) EDWIN K. BUNTON.
Secretary of War.
Each new recruit will thus receive one months
pay in advance, immediately on his muster into
the service of the United States, and joining a
regiment already in the field- - --or, if enlisted
for a new regiment, on the muste ring of his
company into the service of the United States.
Each recruit will also receive a bounty of twen
ty-five dollars in advance, to be paid in like
manner as hie one months advanced pay.
A. L. RUSSELL,
b 7.01181 Adjutant General Pennsylvania
Q oßraßulS' Sugar ite d fi
c i . i fus ed t ai r d Raw,)
Win be so d at the grades
oge m ai ttket price& fved and
ja2o _ WM DOCK, at, & CO.
FRESH FISH every Tuesday and Friday
at JOHN WISE'S Store, corner 'ATKA and Wal.
new. inti aryl,
TRIG GOVT RNOled PItOOLLIATION.
An Appeal to the Patriotism of the People.
In the name and by the authority of the Cronman
1131wealth of Pennsylvania, A NDfikW G. CUR
TIN, Governor of eaid.Commonwealth:
More men are required for the suppression of
the Rebellion. Our regiments in the field are
to be recruited to their original strength,- and
in addition new regiments are to be formed.
Pennsylvania has hitherto done her duty to
the country. Her freemen are again called on
to volunteer in her defence, that the blood of
her sons who have already fallen, may not
have been shed in vain, and that we may hand
down to our posterity the blessings of Union
and civil and political liberty, which we derived
from our fathers.
The number of men now required, and the
regulations for the enlistment, will be made
known forthwith in General Orders. Mean
while the men of Pennsylvania will hold them
selves in readiness for prompt compliance with
the necessary demand upon their gallant and
Our noble Commonwealth his never yet
faltered, and must stand firm now when he
honor and everything that is dear to her are at
Given under my hand and the great seal of
the State, at Harrisburg, this fourth day of
July, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-two, and of the Com
monwealth the eighty-seventh.
By the Governor.
Secretary of the Commonwealth
GAIETY hillErlC HALL !
Walnut Street between 2d and 3d.
This and Every Evening During the Week !
NEW STARS ! NEW STARS!! NEW STARS ! !
The greatest attraction ever offered in Harrisburg.
First appearance el the great French Dausou
MISS KATE DAVENPORT
Also of the Kincaid Family—lf. Kincaid and Master
Wil le, the Wonderful Acrobatic performers, the wonder
of the age
JAKE RUDD. the Cele t rated kth ocean Comedian,
DAN HOWARD, the Excelsior Banoist.
TOM MURRAY, Irish Comedian, Vocalist and Irish Jig
MR. ROIPT HALL, Violinist and General Performer.
MiSS JOLIA liDWARDS, the Queen of Song.
808 EDWARW, the Celebrated Ethlope m Jester and
ADMISSION 10 and 15 cents.
ROBIT E , WARDS,
Sole L vsea aad Manager.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
No. 30S North Water Street.
VXT ANTED, 500,000 pounds of roll or
VV solid packed Batter, for cash, or sold on coaanis-
SIOCI at 6 per rent. FORKEST,
308 Water Street, Philadelphia.
TIN . WARE AT REDUCED PRICES
Market Street, Oorner of River Alley.
OFFERS for sale the largest stock of Tin
and Sheet Iron Ware in Harrisburg.
afir Prices lower than Molt of any other c stAblish
meet. The custom oC store kouperu woo purchase to
sell again i 3 inv , Led. All work warranted. jell dtm.
STOVES ! STOVES ! !
COME of the best patterns cooking stoves
are to be had at the Cheap Tin ware and Stove Es
to lishment of Lyman (Mei t, Market street. jerf-dim
IF the best patterns, Glass and Tin con
stantly on hand at Lyman Gilbert's Tin Ware Man
nfaetory, Market street. jell dlm
AA NICE assortment, cheap at Lyman
-Githen's Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Manueurory,
Market stmt. Jel7-dlm
WE STUDY TO PLEASE.
HENRY C. SHAFFER, Paper Hanger,
has Jest (timed a large, new and wed selected
took of Wall Paper and Window .-hades, at his new
store No. 12 Market street, next to Hammel k Rillingers
grocery tear the Bridge.
fifir Pape(' hanging personally attended to. All work
QcyTti ES, SNA.THS, GRAIN CRADLES,
RAKM, 805n1n 9TONits and RIPLISS in great
variety, to ba bad COIAP at
GII.ANKT , S Hardware Store,
jele-dtf Opposite th, Court House
NEW MARBLE AND STONE YARD
HAVING opened a MARBLE AND STONE
YARD on Cabal Street, sear Chestnut Street, oppo
site the P unsylvania Railroad Dvot , Mies this tearhod
of Worming the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity that
he Is prepared to do all kinds of marble and stone work
in a superior rummer, and on ilia m .st reasonable terms.
SUPERIOR Qualify of Imperial and Black
Tea, for sale by N 101101.3 & BOWMAN,
uty22 • mar Frost And Ik.ket 'Adonis.
LUBRICATING Oil for all kinds of ma
chinery, In convenient pacgages, for sale very low
by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jel9 Connor Front and Market street.
CALL and examine those new jars for
Fruit, the best, eimap tat and Waviest. in in market,
for sale by NICHOLS& BOWMAN,.
Jell) • Corner Front and Market street.
1.1. J DELION CO FF NIN I—A ?mall and
large supply of tbi. Crlebra:ed Coffee; ust, received
tip 001 ir,Szeo.
',ROSS & BLA.4;K W ECL'S Celebrated
k_./ PICKLES, SAUCE, PEESERNE 4,Atc„ &c . A large
...apply or the Minya embracing every variety, just re
eivo.; ler sale by lel WIC COCK, Jr., k Co.
It newly replenished stock of Toilet
and Fancy Goods is unsurpassed in this city, and
tecliog contident of rendering satisfaction, we would res.
pectfully invite a can, KELLER,
91 Market street, two doors east of Fourth street, south
FINE lot of Messina Oranges and other
Foreign Fruits, jut received and for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWAI
myl9 corner Front and Market Amnia
QUPKE.IOI% Daitdeliou Coffee, just re
rocelved a.id for sate by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
my2B Owner Front and Market etreeta
F"sEt invoice of Messina Oranges and
lernons, fa sale by NICHOLS St BOWMAN,
0.30 Corner Front and Market streets.
friffE general variety of goods for ad.
justleg the . _
he fonnd at Keller's, is unsurpassed in this city.
Jrfi 91 Market street
FmoANCY COLORED Palter, ready cut, for
covering looking Glasses, Picture yi muses, Sic.
n and other new patterns for sale at
BEIHGNER'S CHEAP Tha)KoTORE.
WE are offering for sale art splendid
guano or Vanilla BC&II at tow pces, by the
pound, ounce or singly. ._
KIaLEIR'S DRUG STORE,
9L Market Street.
-A SUPERIOR. lot of Dandelion and Di to
sale at the n'rea"" WISE. my
cl---WE FIGS, in ig lb Cartoons, • pis t
received and for sale by
Roams a BOW MAN, '
Corner Front and Market eLreete,
A. G. CURTIN.
PRINCETON. N. J.
Bey . jAmEB P. HUGHES, A. 111.,
Rev. Taos.W. CATEELL, A. M,, principals.
THIS Institution, founded in 1829; is
designed to prepare bop% thoroneiiy for college or
ft. a basitleSB life. The buildings are large and eommo
diens, and the grounds embrace more than thirteen
acres. Both of the Principals devote their whole time
to the rehool, aided in the department of Instruction by
'the-military instruction and drill, (under the charge
of an experienciul Instructor,) is arrangedso as not to
iMerfcre with the regular Medico, 000upy irg a pa r t o f
the time appropria'ed t. exercise and recreation.
Pupils are re ',dyed a' any time aid charged only from
the dote of ad iiiesion. Twee:—sl26 00 per retain rol
For circulars, or further informa•lon, address either of
the Principsts I e - erew eis also made to the Bee. Hr.
From lie Rev. Dr. Hodge ant the Rev. Pr. McGill,
Professors in the Iheoloyieag Seminary, Prineldon, N. J.
I have for several year; been intimately acquainted
with the oev. Thomui W. Cattell. He has had charge
of two of my sons, and I can safely say I have never
known s ny one in who-ie fidelity mid devotion to Me pa
pile, I have equal confidence. He is a good scholer and
a successful timelier. I hew no one who has a greater
facility in rainiug the love of his scholars or who exalts
over them a better influence
• • • • -
lam aware of the responsibility in spa king in such
terms of commendation of a teacher, but lam swktied
lam doing nothing but simple juato•e to en elleTlent
man, in using the language whist' I have hero em•
pinyed CHARLES tit inGv.
1 have great confide - cue in the Rev. Jas. P. Hughes, as
a teacher, both n his aptness to give instruction, and
big Mot, in the ad miontr anon of disciplme. I have had two
Boni under his care, and from the most careful observe
lion lam free to recommend the Fihgehill Fchool as one
of safe and thorough iustruNion
jel4 dim ALEICANDKR T. ;MILL
Confectionery & Fruit Store,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS,
ORANGES AND LEMOMS,
PINE APPLES, BANANNAS,
FRESH AND SALT FISH,
And ve:elables of all Muds, brought direct from the
Eastern Markets, twice a week, aim ourctutied toner my
,t multi eupervision, thus ea titlidt; ma to sell a better
and cheaper article than any in the market.
/Fr Orders from a distance attended .0 promptly, and
rods deivered to any part of the ray free of charge.
FEW.-11CANNE9 FRUIT; cougar' fly on baud Give
me a call. 'aft] JOHN WISE.
GEO. W. STINE, graduate of the
• Baltimore College of Don•nl Surgery, Iriringp er
mauently located In the city of Harrisburg and taken the
Office formerly ()melded by hir. Gorges, on Third street
between Market and Walnut, rospec fully Worsts his
friends and the public is general, Mutt ho is prop ,red to
perform all operations in.the tiontal
professte 1, either
surglea or mechanical in a manner that snail rnn be
surpassed by operators in this or any other city. His
mode of Inserting artificial teeth is upon the latest Un
proved scientific principle
Teeth, from ono to a full set, mounted on Ilne (laid ,
Silver, Platin t plates or the Vulcanite Base.
I take great pleasure iu recommsuding the shave gen
tleman to all my former friends of Harrisburg and vi •
deity, and feel confident that he will perform all opera
tions Inn scientific manner, from my know ledge of his
ability. [rny3 dtfJ F. J. 8 HORGAN. D. D. S.
WM. A. PARKHILL,
* (SAS FITTER.
Third Street, met door to the Telegraph Printing
haTORES, dwellings, churches, public
kJ buildings, factories, tc., li.ted up with gas, kiwi a.. 11
iron pip. iu a worsman like manor Hydrants, Wash
basins, Bath Tubs, I in: and Force Pumps, Witter Clo et s,
Lead an Iron 11 c for water, gm a,,1 seam. A share
of public pat °nage is ruipe4 tally solicited. All worm
pr• mptly attended to. rup3l4l3ln.
E. G. WHITMAN. ALEX. JOHNSTON.
E. G. WHITMAN - & CO.,
318 CHESTNDI STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
FANCY AND PLAIN CANDIES.
FOREIGN FRUITS, NU PS, &O.
SCEIIEFFELIN BROTHERS & ,
AND DEALERS in Fancy Gonda, Per
fumery, age. Also agents for the sale of Heft ne.t
Petroleum, Illuminating Oil, saperior to any Coal oil •
furnished in any quantities at the lowest market rates
170 and 172 William Street,
a27d6ml NEW YORK.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, a choice lot
of Extra Family Flour, all warranted by bbl., or
sack, just received and for sale low by
WHOM SE BOWMAN,
k3O C,,rner r rout and Market streets.
HAPPINESS OR MISERY ?
THAT IS THE QUESTION
IEIE Proprietors of the "PARISIAN
CAB NET OF WONDEKS, ANATOMY and Mb M
OINE, have determined roz ardlesi of exp.inse, t lr sue
fre ,, , (for the benefit of suffering humanity) FOUR of
their meet instructive and i deresting Lectures on Sian
Hue and its Disqualifications, Nervous Debility, Preufa -
lure Decilne of Manhood, indigestion. Weakuess or De
pression, Loss of energy and Vital PeWers, the Great So
cial Evils, and those Mal dies winos renft from yenta
ful fol ies, Excesses of Maturity, or Ignorance or Ph) si •
ology and Nature's law, These invaluable Lectures
have been the means or enlightniug and swing thou
sands, and will be forwarded free on the receipt of fear
stamps, by addressing SECREfAitY PARI-lAN Cone= or
ANATOMY AND MADICINR, 563 Broadway ) New Yoi.
WE INVITI.I the attention of families
BAKE THEIR OWN BREAD,
to our stock of Flour. We have just received
of the Choicest (White Wheat) St. Louis Flour that
the Western Mart affords.
We guarantee ev.•ry barrel or bag we sell to be strict
ly superior. [jezti] WA. (LICK, JIE., & Cu
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will find a large and well sel,cted stock or
plain and fancy fbnie-tionery of al! kinds. A great va
riety of toys of every de-crlption, Ladies' Work suede
and Fancy Baskets, Foreign Fruits, Nuts Da1.03 and all
other articles generally Kept In a coureutiouery sod toy
st or e . Receiving fresh supplies eve-'y week. Cal. and
examine fur yourselves. Wit-
aprlB-d6m P oprietor.
A. 'gigs supply of fresh Salad Oil, in
large and small bottles, and of different brands
Mgt 143001VOCi and for pale by
WM. DOCK, Ja. h W .
LYKENS VALLEY NUT COAL.
Jusr received a full supply of Lyken
Valley Nut Ooal, delivered by patt w
e a rls. For sale by th eE WI:MU
CRACK SEAS by the chest or box
Jost received and for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
Jel4 Corner Front and Market streets,
tiftEBtl .Lemons and Raisins, just re.
(ylvett end for Sale low by
Nit nuts & sowttpiN,
jolt Corir Front sod Marta streets.
ALARGE AMORTM ENT of Fam il y
Bibles of different styles of binding, at tido, gi 2b
50, $2, $3, $4, $5 and $lO. also Pocket Bibles in dil
lerent styles and prices at SOHBFFER'S Bookstore.
HAY 1 HAY 11
A SUPERIOR article of Baled Hay, at
$l7 00 per ton for sale by
eb/8 JAMES M. WHEZELM