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riages, Deaths, dce., to :secure insertion
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be accompanied with the CASH.
Saturday Afternoon, July 12, 1862.
Carr. MCCONKEY, of General McCall's staff,
arrived here at noon to day, on his way home.
The Captain participated in the recent bloody
battles near Richmond, and received several se
COMFORTS rOB. DISABLED Somusits.—Amongst
the articles needed by our sick and wounded
soldiers in the various Military hospitals, none
would be more acceptable than properly pre
pared elastic pads or cushions, designed to re
lieve pressure on sores or wounded surfaces.—
For this purpose wool, of any quality, it is said,
is the'best substance.
THE ADMIRERS of Terpiscbore should not
forget the benefit of M'lle Leopetta, at San
ford's Opera House this evening. Mlle Leonet
ta has been styled the " Empress of Motive Po',
etry" hereabouts, and if beautiful . poses, agility
and skillful dancing may give tide to that dis
tinction, it has not in this case been misappli
ed, for she possesses all these attractions in a
Trts " lama CANAL &ORR" owned by our en•.
terptizing friends Messrs. J. & H. J. Meilly is
one of the acknowledged institutions of Mid
dletown, and commands an extensive patron
age. The shelves of the establishment contain
almost every desirable commodity, and being
presided over by gentlemen, polite and affable
in their deportment, the citizens of the place
esteem it a pleasure to make purchases there.
Rut:maw STATE CONVENT! >N.—The Repub
lican State Convention meets in this city on
17th of the present month for. the purpose of
putting candidates for Auditor General and
Surveyor General in nomination. The Con
vention promises to be very largely attended,
and will attract a large number from the State
besides thes+regular delegation. We presume
the Pennsylvania railroad will issue excursion
tickets for the occasion, in which event the at
tendance will be large beyond precedent.
TARTS TO Foam DELAWABB.—The rebel guer
rillas brought to this city last Saturday, from
the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, have been
taken to Fort Delaware. Among the men was
a young man named Louis Cook, a son of
Stephen Cook, a former citizen of Carlisle, who
removed to Kentucky about 2 years ago. Cook
Senior, when here, was a violent Breckenridge
Democrat and sympathizer with Southern trea
son. The son was not old enough then to have
any decided opinions, but the germ had been
implanted in him, and only waited an oppor
tunity for developement.
IMPORTANT ORDER—The recruiting Service.—By
an order of Capt. Dodge, 11. S. A., Superinten
dent of Recruiting Service in Pennsylvania, is
sued this morning, persons raising recruits
under "Order No. 28, Headquarters, State of
Pennsylvania," will not send small squads to
to the Recruiting Depot in this city •, but will
keep their men together until the number pro
posed to be raised is complete, or until the
twenty days for which subsistence will be, paid,
has nearly elapsed.
The above conditions being fulfilled, the offi
cer will make his application for transportation
directly to Capt. Dodge, in this city, in every
case sending with such application - the certifi
cate of the prothonotary of the Courity,or whets
that cannot be obtained, of the nearest Post
master, that the person applying for transpor
tation is trustworthy, andhas actually enrolled
the number of men for which transportation is
&ARCM or Smes,.---Small silver change
continues to be very scarce hereaboutsi and
where it is all gone to we pannot'say A year
ago Spanish quarters were taboed. They were
a drug at twenty cents valuation, and some of I
the storekeepers actually refused to take them.
These Spanish quarters are now avenged.* ,:In-'
stead of being snubbed they are treated, with
serious consideration. So far from being at
discount they are at a premium. Four of them
are better than the best dollar bill we can
name. Taking advantage of this state of
things, the "bar-room setters" are exulting in
free drinks. With a dollar note they can tra
verse the town, getting an imbibition at every
bar-room,..free of charge. "Pay next time", is
the word ; "we have no change," and the dol-,
lar bill therefore becopus a magician's wand,
that conjures up gratuitous drinks at every
corner. So great is the temporary scarcity of
small change that even nickel cents are at a
premium. How long this, state of things
is going to continue, remains for time to dpter
Tug INDIUM TROOP.-A. correspondentwiit
ing from this celebrated troop under date of
June 21st says : 'We are still lingering on the
banks of the Tennessee as if loth to leave it.—
There are several reasons for our lingering
here, one of which is that the means for trans
porting,treops, &c., across the river are 'very
slender. it has to be done by ferryboats. An
other, and more weighty reason is that the river
is too low to admit , of the shipment of supplies
to this point sufficient for our army to draw
from for our march to another point where sup.
plies can be hsd. It is difficult for even light
draught boats to come up the shoals between
this point and Eastport. They load only about
fifteen tons. The railroad was opened a few
days since from Corinth to Tuscumbia, and the
intention was to ship supplies by -rail--ittuling
six miles from Eastport to Inks by wagons—
but a few nights ago some rebel' vandal
'citizens dress no doubt) tore np some track ind
threw the engine and cars off, disabling the len
The health of the company is good.
One of the amusements of the 4th, in New
York, was a display of fireworks in front of the
Institution for the Blind. It was a big thing
for the inmates of the Institution, but they
" couldn't fee it."
Tulsa Usrosisrs.—The gallant exploits of the
Irish officers and regiments in the American
war are eagerly copied by the - papers in Ire
land, and the birth place and early life of each
hero is proudly narrated. This has already
stimulEited a powerful Union feeling through
out the entire country.
Corrosr.—.A. number of farmers and garden
ers in Chester county, from a desire to exper:-
went, as well as to demonstrate if possible our
independence of the fractious Southern slaveo
cracy, have been planting cotton seed in small
quantities, and the result of the effort , is being
eagerly looked for. In a number of instances,
whether for want of knowledge in its , planting
or on account of the soil being unfavorable, or
from. other , causes, yet the fact is patent that it
resolutely refuses to sprout and come forth ;
while others say that in some, places it is com
ing on finely.
POSTAGE STAMPS AE A CUMINGT.—The York
Pennsylvanian in noticing the fact that peti
tions are in circulation praying the council of
that borough to - issue corporation notes of a
less denomination than one dollar, recom
mends the use of postage stamps in trans ioting
business. It says of stamps, the denomin
ations are 1 cent, 3's, s's, 10's, 12's, 24's
and 30's. With these any sum between a
penny and a dollar may be made. It is object
ed to shin plasters that they form too large a
bulk for pocket room. This objection will not
apply to stamps. Corporation notes are good
only in the town where issued ; postage stamps
are good everywhere.
THE RECENT ENGAGEMENT OF THE LOOM=
CAVALRY WITH me linans.—We have been
kindly permitted to publish a copy , of the
following dispatch received about half-past
eight o'clock last night by Gov. Curtin in
answer to one sent by him in reference to
the recent engagement of four companies of
the Lochiel Cavalry with the rebels near Tom
kinsville,Ky. It will be seen that Major Thomas
E. Jordan, at first reported killed, is now re
ported safe ; and as no mention is made of Col.
Williams, it is reasonable to suppose he was
not in the engagement, being on service with
apart of his fine regiment elsewhere.
Capt. Harris, reported wounded, is a son of
Geo. W.Harris,Esq., and formerly a practising
phyildian in this city.
Lieut. Sullivan, noticed as being killed, was
formerly•a clerk in the Prothonotary's office of
our county, under Wm.Mitchell,Esq., of whom
he is a near relative.
July 11, 1862.
To A. G. CURTIN
Companies E, C, I and M, captured. Major
Jordan is reported safe by paroled men ; Capt.
Harris reported wounded; Lieut. Sullivan
Will telegraph particulars when received.
S. D. BRUCE,
Col. Commanding Post.
A telegraphic dispatch similar to the above
was received this morning by the family of Col.
E. C. Williams. '
Additional news. concerning the engagement
may be found in a dispatch from Louisville,
dated July 11, in our telegraphic columns. •
We append the following correct list of the
present field and line officers of the Lochiel
Cavalry obtained at the State Department:
Colonel, E. C. Williams, Harrisburg.
Lieutenant Colonel, Thomas C. James, Phil
Major, Thomai J. Jordan, Harrisburg.
Second Major, Geo. R. Brown.
Third Major, R. M. Russell.
Adjutrnt, John M. Porter.
Surgeon, Oscar M. Robins.
Assistant Surgeon, John M. Junkin.
Chaplain, Edmund McKinney, Harrisburg.
Quartermaster, Wm. D. Earnest, ••
Capt. Griffith Jones, Perry county.
First Lieutenant, Geo. Farrel, Northampton
Second_ Lieutenant, Eugene S. Hendrick,
Capt. E. C. Savage, Dauphin ounty.
First Lieutenant, Lewis A. Gratz, Luzern
Second Lieutenant, John F. Miller, Dauphin
Capt. Wm. H. Harris, Harrisburg. -
First Lieutenant, vacant.
Second Lieutenant, Wm. K. Campbell, Cum
Capt. Jacob Bertless, Luzerne county.
First Lieutenant, Michael Reiley, Luzern
Second Lientenant, George Sudtd, Luzerne
Capt. John S. Detwiler, Harrisburg. •
First Lieutenant, Wm. H. Eckles, Harrisburg.
Second Lieutenant, Aaron Sulivan ' Harris
COM:PANT V. -
Capt. Charles A. Appel, Northampton county.
First Lieutenant, Benjamin A. Heistand, Lan
caster county. -
,Second Lieutenant, Geo. W. Winters,
Jacob K. -Waltman, Lancaster county.
First Lieutenant, David H. Nisley, Lancaster
Second Lieutenant, Henry B. Waltnaan, Lan
Capt. Dayid H. Kimmel, Cumberland
First Lieutenant, }Mahe Hancock, Lucerne
Second Lieutenant, Isaac B. Kauffman, Cum
Capt. Hugh It'Cullough,Ouniberland county.
First Lieutenant, Win. H. Longsdorff, Cum
Second Lieutenant, Wm. M. Shriper, Cum
Capt. Henry Beetnsyder, Lancaster county.
First Lieutenant, Douglass Edwards, Harris.
„Second Lieutenant, John O'drady, Imam
Capt. Geo. D. Hand, Northampton county.
First Lieutenant, Gilbert Walters, Mifflin
Second Lieutenant, Wm. N. Shoemaker, Mt
zerne county. _
Capt. James Bell, Blair county.
Pint Lieutenant, Thomas S. M'Cahan.
13e0oml Limitenint, Isaac 0. Temple.
Pettnernluanta Wally telegraph. Eiatttritap afternoon, Huhn: 12, 1811 g.
A Err Ann mama- of the Friendship Flu e
company will be held in their hall on Monday
evening at the usual hour.
A SPECIAL MEETING of the Goodwill Fire Com
pany will be held at their House at 8 o'clock
this evening. Punctual attendance is requested.
ARRIVAL COB Enrisatems. —Two hundred sand
fifty emigrants passed through here day before
yesterday over the Pennsylvania railroad.—
They are all from Posen and Pommern, North
Germany, and are on their way to differnt parts
of the West. They looked rather rusty., and
travel worn, and complained of hiving been
ninety days on sta. They were detained four
days in New York, and apprehended a delay of
at least a week in Chicago.
WHAT A LITTLE GIRL Doss. —The Cleveland
Leader revs : Every Saturday morning finds
Emma Andrews, ten years of, age, at the rooms
of the Soldiers' Aid Society, in this city with
an application for work. Her little basket is
soon filled with pieces of half worn linen,
which, during the
_week, she cuts into towels
or handkerchiefs, and returns, neatly washed
and ironed, at her next visit. Her busy fin
gers have already made two hundred and twen
ty-nine towels, and the patriotic little girl
is earnestly engaged in her good work. What
little girl in this city will "go and do likewise."
Assort Suntivan is Dinu !—Such was the
terrible news which greeted the people of Harris
burg yesterday, and
. scarcely a single indivi
dual that heard the announcement, refused his
sincere regret, or failed to receive the fact
with the mournful feeling which its import de
served. Aaron Sullivan was a Second Lieute
nant in company D, Lochiel Cavalry, and was
killed in a late encounter of a battalion of
that regiment in lennessee, with some fifteen
hundred rebel guerilla mauradera. He. was a
son of Moses Sullivan, a former member of
both branches of the Legislature, and at one
time also Canal Commissioner. His impulses
were of that character which led him to emulate
all - that was noble, chivalrous and patriotic.
His first attempt at usefulness was in a printing
office, where he arrived at great perfection in
that branch of mechanism. His next effort was
as a civil engineer, in whichlie was regarded as
highly efficient and practical. This pursuit he
gave up to engage as a clerk, in the .Prothnno
tary's office during the term which Mr. Wm.
Mitchell was Prothonotary. While in that
office, young Sullivan won the - esteem and con
fidenee of the legal fraternity, and the respect
of every man who came in contact with him.
Here he conceived the idea of studying law,
and when he obeyed the summons of the gov
ernment and entered the army, he was about
to apply for admission to the bar of Dauphin
county. His studies had been completed. The
certainty of his brilliant admission had been a
matter of congratulation among his friends,and a
long career of usefulness, mid honor see med about
to open to him in the profession of the law. But
all this was generously sacrificed on the alter of
the Union. Ambition,fortune, fame and repose in
the comparatively quiet pursuit of a profession,
lost all their charms in the presence of a men
aced government, and in hearing of-the threats
of traitors clamoring for war. The clerk and
the student became the soldier and the patriot,
and thus he died In the service of his country.
There are many, very many in Harrisburg,
who will never forget Aaron Sullivan. His
memory will be eternal in some hearts—and
his virtues, which begatsuch goodness and gen
erosity for those around him, will long
nate that memory with the blessings of those
who have been blessed by . his, acquaintance.
History, and n)t journalism, must offer the
proper meed of praise to men who die as
Aaron Sullivan died.
OUB AMIABLE and good-natured friend of the
Pittsburg Chronicle is jocular over a slight mis
take made by ns in a notice of Harry Davis'
fine painting representing the Pennsylvania
Bucktails hi the battle of Fair Oaks, instead of
Harrisonburg. We confess to a rustiness in our
geography, especially just now, when the ex
citing events of the rebellion are.bringing-into
prominence localities that even the most accom
plished geographers themselves never previou4y
heard of. No matter, however, where the
battle was fought, it was a most brilliant en
gagement, and reflected the highest honor
upon our brave Pennsylvania Bucktails. So
far as regards the painting of the affair by our
artist friend Davis, thS matter of the location
of the battle will in no wise lessen it in the
estimation of the public as a masterly work of
Contributions to the .Canip illit3-
For the Morn lug Telegraph.]
Persons wishing to contribute to the hospi
tal at this , post may send old potatoes,and veg
etables of any kind, which will be thankfully
We tender our grateful acknowledgments to
the public- for their liberal donations, and par
ticularly those who were here on the 4th inst.,
J $. JENKINS, Steward.
A Mann Esranuarrum.—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 t of Eby
& Kunkle's large brick building at -thfi 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 gracery business, outside orliew
York, but the stock challenges competion.—n
Without going into detail, we may fiafely. 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 pnblic.to visit the new bpildingsand. exam
ine the extensive stock,, whether, they purckase
or not. , it
Giztaßem Hosprem,, Quip Omani,
:rely 11 1862.
For County . Commissioner.
To the Editor of the Telegraph : As the for
the meeting of the Republican Union Conven
tion approaches, it is Of vital importance to
preient such- names for the various nomina
tions for ther consideration of the loyal votes
of the county, as will enable them to select
candid.ttes of strength and integrity. In thi
crids of our country, offices of all degrees must
be filled by men of strict honesty and patriot
ism, and, whilst expenditures in the nation,
slate and county, are greater than leretofore,
we must be watchful of the pecuniary interests
of the whole peoPle. As a fit man to guard
the county's interest, therefore, permit us to
bring prominently before the people the name
of Jacob Milleisen, of Lowei Paxton townshir,
as a very excellent candidate, for the office
County Commissioner. The expenditures of
Dauphin County during the last few years have
been necessarily very heavy and economy must
be practiced in the future. With Mr. Mil
leisenin the board of Commissioners, not one
dollar will be dishonestly expended. His past
life is a guarantee for that. By all means let
him be the nominee. Masi Orman.
$5OOO DOLL&RB wonrn or Nzw Goons 1-400
pair of mitts direct from auction, at 25, 37, 60,
62 and 76 cts.; 1000 Indies' white collars, at 10,
20, 80, up to 75 cts. great bargains! 600 new
hoop skirts for 60, 62 and 76 ors., up to $2.60
cheapest ;in town ; the largest assortment of
low priced dregs goods—all prices. 100 pieces
white brillants at 124 cis.; some at 15 to 18
cts.; 50 dozen of shirt breasts at 124 cts., 20,
26 and 87 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 ani ingertings, at all
prices. 60 dozen of linen pocket 'kerchiefs, at
cts.; also hematitched '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 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. - 8. LEWY.
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE ! I
Win. A. Batchelor's Hair Bye
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye Known I
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
if you wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR ROUT HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to. Hair or Skin:
FWIBEN 19DALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to WK. A. BiTOllllllO2. Shine 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 be distinguished from nature and is w.attiormen
not to injure in the least, however long it may be contin•
nod, and the ill effects of bad Dyes remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which Is prop.
erly applied at No; 16 Send Street New York.
Sold in all the cites and towns of the - United State; by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers -
The Genuine has the name " William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
Ades of each box.
Wholesale Factory, 81 Paralay St.,
oci2-d&wly. late 233 Broadway, New York
BE WISE BY TIMES!
Do not Irlde with sour Health, Oenshtution and Cha
If yon aro suffering with any Diseases for which
ELELMBOLD'S BrIBAC7 BUCHU
i 3 recommended.
TRY IT ! TRY IT ! TRY IT !
it will Cure you, Save Long Buffering,. Allayincraln
and inflamation, anti will restore you to
HEALTH AND PURITY,
At Lithe Fxpense,
And no Exposure.
Out ont the Advertisement in another column l and cal
or send for it.
BEWARE OF COUR7ERFEI.7S 1
Ask for Ilehnbold's. Take no other.
EXCURSION TO COLD SPRINGS,
A ONION EWES? HOME
P I C-N I 0,
Will be held at
ON THURSDAY, JULY 17, -1862.
A good String - Band trill be in attendance, and danc
ing, with numerous other amusements will enliven the
°day. —Refreshments will be served up during the day.
TICKETS FOR ROURD TRIP, 50 . CTS.
The train will start from the depot at seven o'clock,
stopping at the McClellan House, tiockville and other
pouts for passengers. jyB dtd
EINTRACHT SINGING ASSOCIATION,
AT HAEHNLEN'S WOODS,
ON .MOIV.D.RY, JULY 14TH.
Adnthann 25 cents ibr a gentleman and two lsdies.
Omnibusses will run all day frordin Koon , g's resi
dence, Chestnut street. Good music and refreshments
provided for. jy7-dlwa.
Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation
Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of the.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
, . Incorporated 1784—Charter perpetual.
Capital and Assets $1 , 200 000
Arthur a- Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A. Bro wn,
Samuel P. Smith, Charles Taylor, Ambrose White,
Jelin R. Net, Richard D.' Wool, 'William Welsh, Wildam
E. Bowen, James. N. Dickson, S. words Waln, John
-. Alison, George L. Harrison, Franca R. alp; ]Ward R.
Trotter, Edward B. Clarke.
ARTHUR G. COFFIN', President.
CHARLES PLATT Secretary.
'As central agent foi' - tbt above name i comp any, the
undersigned is prepared to take Fire risks. in any pad
Of he State of Pennsylvania, either annually or
on the moat favorable terms.
• OHee Third street between Walnut and strawberry
alley, Bu he's row.
- WILLIAM BUEHLER,
jelo-dly Harrisburg, Pa.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED. GOLD PENS.
EsTPENS in the world; for 750, : 51 25
et to, $2,43, $4, for isle -
tebls•Y scnnmwe Bookstore.
BOHIEFFELIN BROTEERS 004
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS ,
AND DEALERS in Panay- Goods,
ftunery, Ste. Also agents for , the7eale. of 'Relined
Petroleum -Illuminating taperlor to , any coal - oil •
furnished In any quantities at the towestsmaricet rates.
170 and 172 William ,Street,'
Jersey Brigir Cjired
I , 0 Earns and a splendid lot of Owego
(lie Y ork Corn Fed sugar Cured Hams Just received.
aprlB : W. D:)Od., C 0.,,
lIGAR Cured Canvassed Hams, a very
choice lot just reeelved and for sale by - . •
- NICHOLS & BuWMAN,
lelBCorner Trout - and Market street:
FRESH invoice of Lemons, Oranges,
&c for sale by
NIOBOLB & BOWMAN,
jyy , rcornir Front and Market streets.—
Ni Clioiao; itike find Plgq. Spigelli; at
JOHN Ward. mir A
• WM' KNOCHE,
93 Mark-et :street, Harrisburg, Pa.,
PI INT CO
NEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the bes
makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU
MENTS, FROM. $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and mug
cal merchandise inzeneral.
I'ILNJ 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
LOOKING 'GLASSE S
From smallest to largest sizes..
Any style of frame made to order at the
93 Market street
The . Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
OF.FIO.E, NO. 408 CHESTNUT MEET.
CAPITAL AND ASSETS $1,513,386
THOUS RIDG WAY, Preaident.
JOHN Y. JAMES, A ctuary,
CONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON
LIVES on the moat reason able terms.
They aet as Executors, Trustees and Gnard lass under
last Wine: and as Receivers and designee&
The capital being paid up and invested, together With
a large and constantly incre ring reserved Wad, offers a
perfect secur ty to the insured.
The premiums may be paid yearly, half yearly or guar.
'the company add a BONUS periodically to the Insu
rances for Ife. The FIRST BONUS appropriated in De
°ember, 1844, the SECOND B is December, 184 9,
the THInD BONUS in December, 1854, and the FOURTH
BONUS in 1859. Theseadamone are made without re
pairing aoyincrease itilhe premiums to be pa id to the
'The following are a few example: from. the Register :
Sum Bonus or Amt b
o n o n
us n o o b r P e il l i c C r y d e
a a s e n d
'neared adds ion by iuttun additions.
No 89 $2600 1.6 887 50 63,887 50
132 f 8000 1,050 i 0 4,050 00
44 199 I 1000 400 OD 1,400 OD
. 6 833 I - 5000 1,875 - 00 6,875 00
Agent at Harrisburg and viatil
GAIETY MUSIC HALL I
Walnut Street between 2d and 3d.
This; and Every Evening Daring the Week
NEW STARS ! NEW STABS!! NEW STARS ! !
,The greatest attraction ever oilfired in Harrisburg.
First appearance of the great French Dansenee,
MICS KATE DAV IMP 0 aT
Also of the Kincaid Family—H. Kincaid and Master
Wills, the Wonderful Acrobatic performers, the wonder
of the age.
JAKE BUDD. the Celebrated Rh' o peen. Comedian,
DAN HOWAKD, the Excelsior Banjoist.
TOM MURRAY, Irish Cogiedian, Vocaist and Irish Jig
MR. BOB'T HALL, Violinist and General Performer.
MISS JOLLA. Enwanna, the Queen or bong_
808 EDWARDS, the Celebrated Ethiopein Jester and
ADMISSION 10 and 15 cents.
Sole Lchsee asd Manager.
HATE AND CAPS.,
L. H. KINNARD,
WOULD respectively inform his friends
and the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity gen
era,ly, that he has Jost opened, No 11l Market eteet,
near 511th, a
HAT. AND CAP STORE,
where they can at all times find a complete assortment
of silk rvveimere, Fur, Wool, ranama, Leghorn and ralm
Leaf hats, of an style, color and quality ; 011
Cloth, and Cassimere Cot latest styles; Lid.dren's
ancy Bats and caps, &C., all at reas,nable 'prizes.
Please call and examine his stock , jya-dlwe
JOHN B. SMITH
HAS removed his Boot and Shoe Store
from the corner of necoud and Walnut . streets to
NO. 108 MARKET STREET,
Next door to Haynes Agriculture Stere ; where - no intends
to keep au-kinds or Boots a^d Shoes, Oaiters, iku., and A
Inrge . anbeß'ol Trunks, and everything in his line of bu
siness ; and wih tie Cl:musket to• receive the patronage oh
his old customers acid the panda in general at his new
place of business: All kinds of work made to order in the
best style and by superior workmen. Repairing ci,,ne at
abort notice. (apr2dtf] JOHN B. SAUTE.
ATTENTION FARMERS !
SCYTHV- i-, SNATH6; GRAIN (ARADLES,
RAINS, BOYNE rifONAS and RIFLeS in great
variety, to be had CHEAP
aLLUBRITS Hardware Store,
Opposite th. Court b wise.
NEW MARBLE AND STONE YARD
ITAVING opened a MARBLE AND STONE
It ARA on Canal Street, near . Coestaut street" oppo
site tna nnsylvania hallioad Depot , ta,tes this me hod
of intorming tha citizens, or. Harrisourg and vicinity that
Leis *pared to do hinds of . turtle and stone work
in a superior manner , on the mostreasonable terms.
riftoB6 & rat.l26 Celebrated
ki:actu to • - c sAuess, Pusss . a.vm-3, &0„ &a. A large
.:upplY of the above, embratei every variety; jUbt re
eivea caul tor sate, by blej WSJ. DOE.a. Jr. &CO
OUR newly replenished stock of Toiiet
,and Fancy cowls is .unsurpeased in this city, and
owing confident of rendering satisfaction, we would res
pectfully invite a call. KELLER,
91 Market street, two doors east of Fourth street, aoutt
FIICE lot of Messina Oranges, and, other
_Foreignirulecjiiirrecelved and ror sale. by
torner Fyont and Market streets
QIIPERIOE. Dandelion. Coffee, just re
received and for mile by •
' NICHOLS & BDWMAN,
my2B Darner Front and Market streets
RESH invoice of , Ideifaina-Oranges and
Lemons, for sate by NICMOaB it BOWMAN,
e3O Corner Front and Market streets.
P E general variety of gOods for ad
- Prating the
• . TOILET,
be - found at N unsurpassedlia this city.
jet) • ' 91.111arket street
FANPY COLORED Poor , ready.ont for
• covering - rocking Chiang, - nature Rates, &c.
cmovand other new patterns for sale at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK6TORE.
VETE are offering for sale a splendid
guar or Vanilla Bean at low prices, by the
pound, ounce.or. eingly.
KgLLEMS DRUG STORE,
VRESEL Lemons and Raisins, just ye
_oetvia sod foi tdalonE. by
.I.ICHOLB & BOWMAN,
Corner Irma and Market str44 4. _
is I :1 ' 0 lot o an. elion and .111 /I
a, *doe, for solo*, stoma JOiS,W,L9K, • , my
FREIGHT REDUCED I
HOWARD & HOPE
MORT & QUICK ROUTE
Goods Ordered in the
the same Night.
Leave New York at 7-4- P. M., by the Fast
Through Express Train, arriving in Harrisburg
at,,3 A. M.
WITHOUT CHANGE OF amts.
Order Goods marked
via HOPE EXPRESS CO.,
General Office, 162 Broadway, New York
For further information enquire of
GEO. BERGRER, Agent.
HARRISBURG, Aug. 1861.-dtf
PRINCETON, N. J..
Rev. JAMES P. HUGHES, A. M.,1 .
Rev. Taos. W. CATfsl.l., A. M., hindlva
THIS Institution, founded in 1829, is
designed to prepare boys thoroughly for college or
f - f a business life. Ihe bilildinss are large and commo
dious, and the grounds embrace more than th r teen
acres. Roth of the Principals devote their whole time
to the school, ailed in the department of Instruotion by
She mlitary instruction and drill, (under the charge
of an experienced instructor,) is arranged so as not to
interfere with the regular Studies, occupy ing a part of
the time appropria<ed to exercise and recreation.
Pupils are rezaived any time and charged only from
the date of ad ri %SIM Triuss:—sl2s 00 per session of
For circulars, or further information, address either of
tbeTrincipals. Ee'erence is also made to the Rev. Mr.
From the Rev. Dr. Hodge and the - Rea. Dr. McGill,
Professors in the Theo/000W Seminary; Princeton,
I have for several years bean Intimately acquainted
with the Rev. Thomas W. Cate& He has had charge
of two ef, my sons, and I can safely say I have never
snown ny one in whore fidelity and devotion to his pa.
have equil confidence. He is a good scholar and
a successful teacher. I 'wow no one who has a greater
facilitrin gaining the love of his scholtrs or who exerts
over them a better influence
lam aware of the responsibility in scathing in such
terms of commendation of a teacher; but lam a ttia tied
lam doing nothinz but sim?ie just , ee to an ealellent
man, in using the language which I have here em
ployed. CHARLES HODGE.
1 have great confidence in the Rev. Jas. P. Hughes, as
a teacher, both in his aptness to give instruction, and
his tact in the administration of discipline. Ihave bad two
sons under hie care, ant from the moat careful observa
tion lam free to recommend the Edgebill school as one
of safe and thorough instruction.
jet& dim • ALEXANDER T. Mint.
Confectionery & Fruit Store,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS,
ORANGES AND LEMONS,
PINE APPLES, BANANNAS,
FRESH AND SALT FISH,
And vegetables of all kinds, brought direct from the
Easterdillarkets, twice a week, and purchased under my
rsonai supervision, thus enabildg ma to sett a better
aed cheaper article than any in the market.
,atilt Orders from a distance attended to promptly, and
Ends Ile ivered to any part of the city free of charge.
FUE:H. CANNED FRITI.T3 constantly on band Give
me a call. fje2s] JOHN WISE.
. GEO. W. SrINE, graduate of the
Ralthnore College of Denial Surgery, havieep er
m.nently located in the city of Harrisburg and taken the
office formerly occupied by Dr. Gorges, on Third street
oetween Market and Walnut, respecAlly inform,' his
friends and the public in general, that he is p rep sred to
perform all operations in the Dental proc'essesl,- either
surgica ;or mechanical, in a manna that shall not be
insp./sued by,operators in this or any other city. His
moue of inserting artificial teeth is upon- the latest im
proved scientific principle.
Teeth, from one to a full set, mounted on fine Gold,
Silver, Platina'plates or the Vulcanite Base.
fake great pleasure in recommending the above gen
t-rem-3z to AU my former friends or Harrisburg and vi
cinity, and feel confident that he will parrot -at all opera.
lions in a scientific manner, from my knowledge of his
ability. [etty3 dtfl F. J. 8. HO'ffl Att. D. D. 8.
vir M. A. PAREHILL,
Third Street, next door to the Telegraph Printing
QTORIKS, dwellings, churches, public
bulidingsjactories, Ac. , fitted up with gas, lead aod
iron pipe in a workman like Manner- Hydrants, Wash
basins, Bath Tuba, lift and Force Pumps, Water ck,f e e.,
Lead and Iron l'f r e for water, gas and steam. A share
Of public patronage le reepectfally solicited. MI work
prereptly attended to. roy3n.d3m.
S. G. WHECHAN. max.
E. G. WHITMAN & CO.,
318 CRESTNIff STREW, PHILADELPIELL
FANCY AND` PLAIN CANDIES,;
DEAL= I !I'
FOREIGN FRUITS, NUTS, &O.
PROF. ADOLPH P..TE UPS ER
yrrauLD respectfully inform his old
V V patrons and the -pubile'generally, that be will
= time to give inetrootione on the NANO FORTE, ME
LOD.EOU VIOLIN and alio in the science of THOROUGH
BABEL He will w'th plague wait upon pupils et their
homes stony - hour 'desired, or lessons will be given a
his mildew.% in Third street, a few doors below th
Herman:Wormed Mink dean-41V
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