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.PRINCETON. N. J.
Rev. JAMES P. Hymns, A. M., p • •,„„7.
Rev. Tnos. W. CATrcu, A. M.,
THIS Institution, founded in 1829, is
designed to prepare boys thoroughly for college or
fir a business life. The buildings are large and commo
diens, and the grounds embrace more than thirteen
twee. Both of the Principals devote their whole time
to the school, aided in the department of instruotion by
he mlitary instruction mid drill, (under the charge
of an experieneld Instructor,) is arranged 110 as sot to
lute/ere with the regular studies, occupying a put of
the tme approprined to exercise and recreation.
.Pupils are re,:eived at any time aad charged only from
the este of adv. Lesion. Tutor —1126 00 per session of
For circulars, or further information. address either of
the Principals. Po'creure to also made to the Bev. Mr.
Prom (he Rev. Dr. Hodge and the Bev. Dr. McGill.
Professors in the 2heoloyiectl Seminary, Princeton, IV. J.
I have for several years been intimately acquainted
with the eev. 'Mamas IV. Cattell. He has had charge
of two of my sons, and I can 'safely say I have never
known any one in whole fidelity and de votima to bie pu
pile, I have equal confidence. He is a good scholar and
• successrui teacher. I kuow no one who has a greater
facility in goniug the love of his scholars or who cacti
over them a better influence
am aware of the responsibility in spoking in such
terms of commendation of a teacher; btu Tam sulatied
lam doing nothing bat simple just e to an ex I'ellent
Man, in using th 3 language which I have here em
I have great confidence in the Rev. Jas. P. Hughes, as
a teacher, both n his aptness to give instruction, and
his urt In the edminut , sum of disciphdo. 1 have had two
mew under his care, an r from the most careful observe
thou I am free to recommend the E.:11;01'01 :0110a as one
of safe and thorough !estrum ion
jei4 dtm.rejylfidimj A FX I , It T. WHILL.
Confectionery & Fruit Store,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS,
ORANGES AND LEMONS, 1
PINE APPLES, BANANNAS,
FRESH AND SALT FISH,
And ve , etables of all kinds, brought .direct from She
Eastern Markets, twine a week, anu purobased sander my
p-rsonal supervision, thus enanlldg me to sell a better
and cheaper article than any in the market.
Or Orders from a distance attended to promptly, and
goods delivered is any part of the city free of charge.
FRE.:4I CANNED FHLTITi constantly on hand Give
me a call. e 26 JOHN WISE.
Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation,
Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of the
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
. incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual.
Capital and &sets $1,200 000
Arthur G Come, Samuel W. Jones, John 4. Brown,
Samuel P. Smith, Cnarles Taylor, Ambrose Wil , te„
John R:. Neff, Itichard D. Wool, Watitat welsh, Wil.tean
B. Boiren, James N. Dickson, S. korris Witln, John
stases, George L. Harrison, Fran s R. Cope, Edward H.
Trotter, Edward S. Clarke.
ARTHUR G. COPTS, Pre dent.
'CURLER PLATS, Secretary.
Asmara agent for : sins% names company, the
undemgoad is orepared to take Fire risks m any part
of the State of Penosylv.una, either annually or perpet
ually, on tbe most favorable terms.
Office Ttdra street between Walnut and Strawberry
alley, Be ke's row. •
WILLIAM IIIjEKLEII I
jelo-d ly lieu motley, Pa.
GEO. W. SPIRE, graduate of tho
DBaltimore College of Denial g raduate
m.uently located In the city of llarrLsbarg and taken the
maw formerly occupied by Dr. Gorges; on Third street
between Market' and Walnut, respectfully hiforbis his
friends and the public in general, that he is prepared to
perform all operations in the Dental profesaine, either
Burgles for mechanical, in a mauler that shall not be
'surpassed by operators in this or any otber city. His
moue of inserting arthioial teeth is upon the latest
proved scientific principle .
Teeth, from oue to a full set, mounted on due Gold,
Silver, Piedras plates or the Vulcanite Base.
I take great pleasure in.recommending the above gen.
Dem= to all my former friends of Harrisburg and vi
cinity, and feel confident that be will perform all opera
tions in a scientific winner, from my knowledge of kis
ability. [myB dtfJ F. J. 8, GORGAW. D. D. 8.
WM. A. PARKHILL,
P II NIB E R
Third Street, next door to the Telegraph Printing
STORES, dwellings, churches, inxblic
buildings, factories, Is., tilted up with gas, lead and
iron pipe in a wor.man liice manner. 'Hydrants, Wash
boas, Batti Tube, I if and Force eumpN Water Meets,
Lead am Iron Yide for water, gas and (seam. A share
of pubdo patronage is respectfully solicited. All work
pr mptly .landed to. my3o4l3ni.
NEW MAABLE AND STONE
HAYING opened a MARBLE AND ,STONE
Yarn on Cam'. 13treet, near Chestuut street, oppo
lw lna P nnaylvarda Railroad Depot, tares thia taa hod
of [worming the cluzans oY Harriaourg ant Tioinity that
he ie prepared to do au kinds of mArble and stone wurk
In a superior manner, and on the mast reasonable tonne.
0 , 11412 ms
aLOSIS & BLACK W ELL'S Celebrated
icgt UR, SAINBS, PRZSEAVE4, &c., &c . A large
supply a the above,. embracing every variety, just re
elvuti And for gale by I to] WM. VMS, Jr., & Co.
OUR newly replenished stock of Toilet
and Fancy Goode in onsurpaised in thin city, and
2e..,ag confident of rendering satisfaction, we would res.
pecnutly invite a call. • KELL",
idt market street, two doom east of Bennw street, south
IpINVITOt of Messina Urangea and other
f oreign Fruits, just received and for sale by
NICHOLS& BO WHAN'S, .
corner Front and Market streets.
SIIPNACIOR. Dandelion Coffee,-juet re.
received ald for We by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Comer Frontal:la Market streets
vRESII invoice of Messina Oranges and
lemons, to sale by N1C110...S A BOWMAN,
40 Career Wont and Magee streets.
of goods for ad
riiHr. general variety
1. jading the
t) be Mina at Seller's, is ezunirpassed to this city.
lee 9l Market street,
NEW ORLEAN S
THE firstin the market, just received
and fur Mae by WV. D .OK, & 00.
bare closing out a VERY surptiom,
OTat kes than cost
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THE NEW EDITION
HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED,
PRICE $5 00.
AN ENTIRE new edition of this well knowa
Law Rook has just been issued. It is now
distinguished by the following superadded
features : The laws contained in the various
annual Digests published since the date of the
eighth edition (1863) have been incorporated in
the body of the work. Many thousand new
authorities have been cited ; the report of the
revisors of the Penal Code has been embodied
in the notes to the various sections of it, and
the appendix contains for the first time, the
Acta of Congress for the Authentication of
Records, and the Statute of Fraudulent Con
veyances, with full and elaborate notes of the
decisions explanatory of them. The work has
been prepared by the learned editor, Mr.
Barcurrix, and its freshness and permanent
value will be preserved by the continuation of
the annual Digests, which have given so much
satisfaction. For sale at
jr2B BERGNER'S BOOKSTORE.
The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
CAPITAL AND AMISS .... .....
JOHN P. JAMES, Actuary,
CONTINU E to make INSURANCE ON
LIVE] on the most rausou able terms.
They set as Executors, Trustees and Guardians under
last Wills. and as Receivers •ad Assignees.
The capital being paid up ant invested, together ,wlth
a large and constantly inure s=ing reserved hand, Was a
perfect sem ty to the insured.
The premiums may be paid yearly, half yearly or quar
She company add a BONUS periodically to the Insu
rances for 1 fe. The nasT BONUS sioproprMtel in De
cember, 1844, the SECOND B . NUS in December, 184 9,
the Tafel) at NUS In December, 185 t, and the FOURTH
BONUS in 1869. These Addams are made without re•
quint's any increase in the premiums to be pa id to the
Tim p following are a few example from the Register
Amount or Policy and
Sum Boons or bonus lobo increased
Policy. Insured add lon by tutare additions.
GAIETY MUSIC HALL !
Walnut Street between 2d and 3d,
SOLE LESSEE AND MANAGER, 808 EDWARDS.
ADMI,SSION 10 and 16 cents.
The autocrat of amusements, unanimeue, as the de.
ditch 'rendered by the pUblic as to the superior merits
of this temple of mental dellgot. Our comic conitellaL
Lim shines with unwonted lustre at every appearance,
being greeted with wprorlous eclat. Enthusiasm
11. SS JULIA EDWARDS, the Bird of Song.
808 I , DWARDB, the Ethlope .n Jester and Dancer.
DAN Howehn, the Excelsior Banjoist.
M. KIM AID 7 , the rcniwned Acrobat.
KATE DA VBMPO ker, the • Masitie Datums°.
JAKE BUDD,Atho esnComeJlaß,
TOM IdLIBRA T, Irish and Comic Vocalst.
MAsThit WILLIS, the Wonder of the Age.
J. H. DONNELL, Musical Director.
J. H. VANHORN, Pianist.
To conclude each evening with the new afterpiece of
JOOKO, the Brasialab ape. Joeko, blaster MD ie.
boors open st73i,to committee at
JAKE BUDD, :tr.* Manager. Drl4-1w
All Work Promised in One Wee k
- • .
• rt, '4113 '.; • •
STEAM DYEING ~ E3YAIAISENENT,
104 Market ~ O tte. i is 4th anti sth,
UETHERE every description of Ladiee'
• v and Gentleman' Garments, Plea Goods, &c., are
Dyed, Cleansed and finished in the beat manner and a t
.the shortest notkie. DODGE at CO., !
• Nova•dawly Proprietors
HAVING made efficient and permamant
arraugements for the purpose. we are now pre
pa ep to make S (BAK BOILEtt•S of every kind, Prompt
ly and at reasonable rates. We shall use Iron made by
& Brother, the reputation of which is second to
so e in the n tweet.
Roue but the best hands employed. Repairing prompt
'ly attended to. Address s. BAHL." WORKS,
my22ly • Harrisburg, Pa-
ATE INVITE the attention of families
BASE THEIR OWN BREAD,
to our stook of Flour. We have Just melved
SEVENTY-FIVE BARBELS .
of the Choicest (Whtte Wheat) St. Louis Flour that
the West-rn Mar cot adores.
We guarantee ay , ry barrel or bag we sell to be strict
ly' super or. [PM] WM. wag, JH ., & Co. •
DETERSIVE SOAP, something better
than Haplaon'a Household Soap, just received acid
'or sale by NICHOLS & BOWliaN,
Corner From and M.rket street*.
FRESH Lemons and Raisins, just re
mitred stator sale low by
101.8 & MINN AN,
el 4 Corner Front and Market wee a.
titt Orinane zugarett 5 wrote and brown,
ed arid for rate to • by
imam k BOWMAN,
Cor. Fecal A mid Market aerate.
LUBRICATING Oil for all kinds of ma•
clanery, in convenient paoscages,lor sale very low
• NlCiluld it BOWMAN,
Cornor Front and Msrlcet street.
CALL and examine those new jays for
Fruit, the best, cheapest and Wispiest In in market,
be sale by • • NlOlitiLS & BOWMAN,
)019 Comer From sal Market Ftreet,
DANDELION WEFEE I—A Fresh and
largo supply of this Celebrated Coßeal ust resolved
by fja3l WU. 1)00k* Jr.. &
supply of fresh Salad Oil. in
large and email bottles, and of different brands
mat rewired and for We by
pOCIE.J2. k CO:
"1 N DEP EN DI N4-.4.b.i ,-, ,ALL-: , T, 7 41,G — , - . . - N , ; 1 .b1.131' . .. - 4• 7 41; ,i 1 N,..„N..9,: t k.vi !
OFFICE NO. 408 CRESTNUZ BIREET.
THOMAS RIDGWAY, Piesident
No. 89 L . 2500 i s 887 89 83,887 80
" 182 8000 4080 0 4,080 00
199 1000 400 00 1,400 00
" 838 6000 1,876 00 6,876 00
Agent at tieburg and vic tiny,
FiRE CRACKERS by the chest or bo*•
Just received and for sale by • •
• Jett Comer Front and Market *Meek,
NW Patterns of Coal Oil Lampe, wit)a
ill the recently improved hornets for sale by
41(1130L9 Ss BOWMAN%
*719 • mow, Frost sad ilarko Mile% •
HARRISBURG, THURSDAY AFTERNOON 1862
111ANI7AOTORIID in Tall •
UNITED STATES ROOFItil) CO”:
. . .
Ha 9 .GORE BLOCK,
Corner Green and Pitts Streets, 'Breton, Mass.
rpLllS'Portable :R63fing is the only article
ever offered; to the paha:, Whichia reedy prepared
to go on the roof without any nubbin , operation. It to
light, haedsema and
,easily applied, and ran be ea lely
and efieopiy tranneorted to 'any nait of the world. It
will nott aint or discolor water running over; or lying on
it. and le in all reeve to a very uesirable article. Its
nonconducting properties ada[t it especially covert Lig
manufactonts of various kinds, ant' i 4 is. confidently of
lb the public artera test of four years to all yaric•
des of cl mate aad tem-aerature, for copulae all kinds of
i oafs, flat or pitched together with can, steamvate, ho
It is both chepand durable. Agents wawa'', to whom
iberal inducements are offered. Send for sample, circa -
ar, no., with pardedare, to "t .f. s. ROOVINI3
dpr24 dam: . . tt Gore , Block Rostra."
AGENTS! MERCIIANTSV TbIOL,E It
L I N - ERGETW so 'a day by
I.ld selling our 1011i11.0,1 PBPLYI StathiNEßY PACS/it: 4
coaaluing bnperior 'StatierierY, Tertralti 'of ELEVEN'
GSNERALS, and a piece of 'Jewelry. We guarantee sat
hifaction in quality of.oUr goodi. The gifts consist of
fifty varieties and styles of Jewelry, ati useful and valu
able. Cfreulara with fall partied era mailed free. nd•
dresi. HASKINS' & CO,
spark :mil. • . 84 Beekman street, New York.
THEO: F: .011OHEIVEE,.
BOOKJOB' Irani - TER,
jlOlO.. 18,' 'MARKET StREgT,
HARRISBURG. ' ••
Ka-Particular itttostion paid. to Printing; Rating and
iinding of Railroad Blanks, Manitbata, Venda,. Chocks
Drafts, $lO. Cana , printed 4 al $2, $3, $4, and S 6 per
housaiid In elegant styli. . , i2O
ATLANTIC AND• OHIO TELE
. GRAPII COMPANY:
9[lllll Stockholder's annual meeting will
1_ be held at the aide of the k'ocretat7, ti Sorrow
Place) 128)i • South •Fourth' attest, Philadelphia , on
THORSDA,., 17th ,, at 106;:e/oloolt.IJ pc, at *Mob
time an el ;pen for nine , direetoirs will ; fate plane, and
such ocher 'ouldness transactedanimas , be .bratialtt' be•
fere the 'meeting. , H. H. SIAILLINGVORD,
elladtjyl7 • ' ' • ' • • • '
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
BERST. .of rSouth Hanoyer
township, offers Mural( an a candidate for the
offi,e of cogNTY 03MAii SCONES, enbjem ; to the union
KepUbilltedidOltddelleg Convention, inn pledges , himself
If nomioatoi sod elected, 'p ditettatge : the•daties of the
°Mee tette fidelity. 103 davit&
JELLY GLASSES, :
OF all sizes, patterns and prices, just
received tied for vale by
Jel3 Whr, D013K,4r , & 00.
SOHIEFFELIE BROTHERS. & 00 ,
WHOLESALE- = DRUGGISTS,
:tanery, ko. Alsio agents for the' Zito or trefind , t
Petroleum. Illuminating :tat, auperlbt to any coal
(trainload in inv. aaanUtles at the Ingest market !rates.'
t i .170 and 112: :William &met,
&27d61n] .• . • NEW YORK.
ANOTHEIL SUPPLY ; :OF
UNRITAtiTAD GOLD PENS.
BEST PENS in the worid, for 750, V.' 25
31. 60, $2, SS, arid $4, for elide it. • ' '
lebl s- 9 ' ' BCHAFFIR'S Bookstore.
FlaY P.A.gErt.. -
FANCY MILO 6)111, Pazer,i ready. out; for
covering I °Acing GIaSS3B, Picture P.ames , Ac.
Union cue other new patinas , for , =ln at •
exicoltiors OftlaP. WOKbT,ORIII.
WE aro. offering fcir Bali. a ipleadid
v r giant of Vaunt 8011111 at told ,Prices, by the
pound, ounee , or elugiys' •
94 Marked areal.
VXTRA•FAMILY 'FLOUR:it choice lot
_LA of Extra Family /tour,
.all' warranted by 'bbl.; or
ssek,just received atoll& was low by
Nll-18043 llg 110WKAN .
jeBo , UgUar t.root,ard Market otrooto.
CEDAR Tine, I , BASKETI* I AiROOMS
and everyddng.in the-hnei.jud, AD • large
huantitlesall for , anle very low ,by : • ,
• , yam, MOH',
CIDER 111 VINEGAR till
WADE froth choke arid selected Apples,
In. and guaranteed by t7i lb be Win* pue.
E , .
.I.TENSIVE aincert Grlifisware,
including` Jelly glassris. l'rtisoria 'Bahia, 'Goblets
1, lab era, 8.0.4 ate,„ or alionylea, 4inet• received and; for
rale low by bIICHOLS & BOWMAN,
7 • • Corner Front* litarliet streets.
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will find a large and well selootetl stook' of
plain and fancy Confectionery of all leindi. a great iva-
riot) , or toys 01 every .deiertptiolt4 Lamar Worn Btatids
and Fancy Baskets, Forelga Fruits, Nuts, Dates ; and fall .
other articles generally uept la a confectionery awl lei
store R e ceiving fresh supplies ovary week. GUI and
examine for yourselves. WiI.H. CifXfoNsß,
aprll3-dgm • • • P'oprietair.
O RANGES AND LEMONS.-60 boesa
Just received and in prime order. '
sprlB W. D )CS, JR., & CO.
CIIOIOE FIGS ; in Ij% Caooons, jyis
received and for sale by
skiaots at Bowman',
jo2 corner Trout sod Market muesli.
I ARUE and extensive asset ..rent
431.8iWar0, loelootog all kinds of Jelly Glasses,
luathlera, Preserving Jars, Bowls, Dishes, 40., *O.
just received and for sale by
1e.1011019 A BOWMAN, ' '
jel9 Cortt , r Frost and Market street,
NEW Orleans molasses for baking .
pirccre§; a . beautiful article, lust riveiced and
tor sale low by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
, /y l5 ' Coe. Free t .nd Margot itreetl..
y OVERINGS sugars and ayrtipa ill!
Aji kinds, for sate by NICHOL'S in BONILLY,
iY 15 Cot. Front s.nd lilark.t 'streets.'
11.;1A.M.ILY tiLl.l4 an rezook
1: lent subsUtatte for Indigo, for an lest the wholesal
and retail grocery store or NICIEIOO &BOWMAN;
corner of Front and ilerket streets.
'DIME Cider Vinegar, ivhich we win ant
to be made moiety fronicider, just received and ter
sue low by NIOHOIS ..O *MAN,
jel•2 COMM IhrODt liar et streets.
SOLDIER'S CAMP COMPANION.- '
very convenient - Witting Dealt ; Portfolios t
Siemorandum Books, Portstounaies, Soo , at
u9A BOBEIFFIR'S BOOKSTOBN
XTEA Family Flour, just received aod .
.12/ warranted to give satiabwaion, for sale by
NlcHuLs at littWtieN, ;
my 22 Cornet of Frons sad Market WWl'
E Cider Vinegar, 'warranted, uat
received and for sale bo
N/OIiOLS CEIOWMAN, - -
m 928 CerePr F'rnnt auctierkeiffirteti
§uilAkte for'preeerviug; call And 'Awl
, wo w, NICIBui4 it Bowman,
IT . C10rair. 3 .4 0 1 1 0 1 .4.4 "Wm Ptreeill• c •
'i2bi)trtisnients . :;
A , IatiGNIFICENT Pliwtive Pianq from
' . STEINWAY & SONS, NEW YOBS: 1
.41 OCTAVE SCHOOL 01 1 0ADIPs
Price only $BO,, l fuee's make,. best end cheapest In
inert& ideiodeohe sod masted itierchio generally.
Picture 'gramme' choice as,ortatult or OUT own - 1 , 1 /4e.
RE-I D I N •
spethair attended to.
S. WARD &
New Music and Frame. Steve, 14 Market Square.
lap Oen and see. jy3 dt:
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
Wlcomeao. Sept.. 11, .
T" partherihip heretofore exiatingi be
tween Jam L. +Sabot' and:Heil sr TMomas bode -
Me same end syyfe or Sutton & Tbometk, to )be bustuese
°rehire Me day` been die led by
m anal conFentimMebinteMess will be bereiner a ritd
on by eat I Henry Thomas, J.. 8. L 13110
Jyl4-itBt ' HENRY
BOQI-BINDERS' BULLIG-14111N58 AND PENS,
SWING- MACHINES, PRESS ,BOARDS,
• AND MACHIMS 101 '
GRINDING CUITING-MACRENE KNIVES.
Portable Cbler;;Elle and,lrodier Cutters,
SQIIOGI? . FURNITURE,
General Machine Work and Iron and Brass
VA STING 0,
WOOD TDRNDAG IN ALL ITS BRANCIRIA,
SCROU SAIING, PLANING, LTC.;
Er Any Machine of Wood; Iron or Mrass
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, itc.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS.
B Cask pad for Old Copper, Braes, Spotter, alo.
STEAM BOILERS, &O.
ABOVE STATE STREET, •
OtLLA.R, WINDOW GRATES;
Cot miens Warne; brith sialiontry Yeah
Wei.bii various' 'other building 'esidings., for sale
.very fir - an at the - roma.
- HAPPINESS 08 . MISERY ?
ttiA"T is THE fIITES . TiO,N.
Proprietoio of .the ;`.Y.ARISIAN
• J 'OAWNST or WONDIIIIIB,''ANITODY and litDl•
DINE" have determined retardiest of aquas*, to , bane
free, (for the benefit of suffering humanity) YOUR 01
their most instrundveuudistereming Lectures on Mar-
riage and its Disqualifications, Nervous Debility, Prema
ture Decidleftlitattilmid, /tull4aitlein; Weakness or .Do
prasion, Loss of energy and anal Pewees, the Greet as:
Dial 110111 ; 10 1 1411 01 11 e ilied , dirsiWitton result from' yobto
fid fig les, Excesses of Maturity, or Ignorance of Petrel•
oiogy and Nature's Law. These itvainableSlLeitnree
hay., been *commit lamidlihtillagt . and swing thou
s Lnds, and will be forwarded tom_ on the receipt of roar
clamps, by ail Irissiug alteallflOY PAstsziat Clisura or
ars4Teact.4o?DaoP4:94§o3..fkmad,AYs New I' w4 s: •
ET AS feilioveik . his Bp•OVand...ShOe' Store
.1.1. trent the coiner of geerind lied' !caliph streets to
WA 10 IijORKET :.01TREE
Next door foagrieulthre. krfii r whersi be mends
lolieeplidi - kinds ocHeols a. , d Shoes; Halters, and a
large stook' arrianksoind everything' hi his line or. bu
siness.; and rwillibe 'thankful to receiarther patronage of
hie old,onstotnent anpi-the puede in moral in- lass-sew
pLue of kkag.ineet. all kinds orwork =Wei° order be the
bent Are Wlli
i diiPerior workmen., icepalling done at
sherrnehoe.- isiteldtil JOHN B. 9111TH.
109 PERCH OF GOOD
II U ti;DING LIKE STONE,
BALI AT TOll
K E E FARM.
iny27 r ,
FREES BUTT ER •
M AftlC T ICE. •
wE„ WINO fitted up a large ..Ratrig
orator, and having made contracts with some of
our most shawl° farmers to remit - us with fresh and
sweet butter regonart , ;:will. Imenabied to supply osr
customers with sweet ftwskiite cold Muter it &Warne&
• WY. DOCK, Jr.'h CO.
.WMIE ATiREDUCEP PRICES.
e cf ri
lloa. B E Alley -R
rlFFilltfi for sale the largest stock of Tin
1 4 .1 tiatfBheot Iris-Wars Harrliburg.
ft r i0.i."4,1,. tho , e OT other otoblish
m At. T cootom , keepera woo parch stia to
sksto htb`t.W: All whit *wanted. jolt
STOVES I 'STOVES I 1
IjOMEof t tie
.best patterns booking stoves
. are lb be bad at tbeliheap ina WWII and time;ha
abashment et Lyman Miaboot, Market aired- ien•dim
iIF the; est patterns, Glass and Tin con
y I nseureit betitt,et Ly *ea Gilbert* The Were Dlan
ulketory, *KIM Janet. ;
:.• • WATER' 'COOLERS.
NlCE"assortment_, cheap.at Lyman
,Bbeet Iron Ware Manias& ory,
matte crett. Jar7-01m
QCYTiIkS,' SNATHS, GRAIN ['RADLER,
`11.AKE5,11101614112 TIMM 'and Rl"Led In area,
variety, to an had Mar at , •
.• • - ; QILISSICPS:Ibrdaran. Mara,
JelttAtf 4 - () podia th Court was.
T _AWE and eatename aaaortment of
XI Giamatti institidkog fruseolirs, Pubis% Dishes
igG"lic ' "" l ieFßri trEf i an e ll er ir c' at
yel2 Corner I.rtitessitt Market streets.
CII.SAP Ott'fOi all kinds' _ of irkach4nory,
in 8=2'04104e istdcagel. far sale Si
• . 7 ' & coWilAil,
3 619 • . Varner Frost ►Ad laartet street.
WARDELL k , LEVINEdn, Pickles and
wv Catsup., ferias], at JOHN WlB '3. myl
almtierial and itheck
Tea, An sate by NICHOLS' & BOWMAN,
y 24 f Cormier front endiliokol streeta
MUMS, Kaioons• 0000Anuts just
r9cel'S dud u 4 14181 tOa4ca a POWNAN t
jyls yrkinOini Menet amen.
L'IRUSH FIBII every Tuesday and-Friday
a ac JOBNAPPdadriP dult:oe OW. add ,feat.'
( 17 1 . 010, 1-4Ttig -Largest and beet
. stock,froineLekttlemm-ereneett4-41 . •
• -y '1:: IRRIMPI.ra..BOOLIT'ORI,
g • I •
• Frain our Moratugjidltionc
FURTHER FROM EUROPE
Details of the News by the Persia
A. French Iron-Plated Steamer for
ITTRIOPT TO ASSASSINATE. THII GRAND
THE MOLISE PRESS ON AMERICAN'
Nsw lirosw, July 16.
Thefollowing additional news ha 3 been re
ceivth by the Persia: •
' It is stated thatibe military staff in Canada
will awn be what it Wai before the Trent
*ark: The :Parliamentary probeedings are an
important. • • '
The propriety 'Of 'opening a communication
between Canada and British Coll:untie; was
bated. Goiernment admitted that Bubb a com
munication was very' desirable. •
Mr Layard said that riegoiiations Were pro
greelsing with . Paraguay, and he hoped that
trierdlly ye atins would'soon be re-'eptablisbed.
The gOvernment intended 'to ascertain the
`cotton=growitig ogitthilities - of ti:e• Iteo Plata.
Ir. letytird also staled that the Froseh Block
ade of Mexico would not interfere with .begiti
mate 'coninierce and not be rigidly enforced
against neutrals ' •
There are contradictory 'statements as to the
French poliey in Mexico, and veigue rumors of
a possible diplotnatiaarrangement. •
The Monitair contains`a- decree directing that
sugar and molasses imported into France from
Eogland and Belgium, shall be snbjeet to cer
tain reductions in duty. - •
The recognition of Italy by Russia his been
telegraphed to Turin.
The King of Portugil has demanded of the
King of Italy, the Princess Pia in marriage.
The Grand Duke Constantine was shot at as
be was leaving the Theatre, in Warsaw. He
is said to be slightly wounded. The assassin
wae arrested:- '
Lremou, Saturday evening, July b.—The
Daily News says that the Americans in London
oelebraticin of the' Fourth - of:July, but,
no account of Via proceedings , itr given. The
eaiob jburnal , editorially dettounces:in:sarcastiC
terms the mischievous malignity of: the 2hnes
for its pharisaical+• and - 11I4imed ',heave to
America in her hour'of trouble.
The Morning Star shales a denunciation' of
the runes' outrage on Anierican sensibilities on
the moat sacred of all days to the Amerlcan
people. It hopes that theiAmericuis will treat
the insolence of the . un-English writer with
dab., who, says the &at, is not more the ene
my of their country than the disgrace •of hie
The Morning Herald urges that the prottecu
tion,of thq . War and the celebration of the
Fourth of July constitute together as glaring a
%Kt as; was evsr, alleged against a civilised na
tion, and that if professions meant anything in
America, the,mere reading of the Declaration
of Independepoeshggld suffice to condemn the
invasion of the Confederate States , as utterly
inexcusable in principle and erroneous in pol
The Epoch, of Madrid, says that the Spanish
Government has received most satisfactOry
communications from its representative at
Washington as to the favorable effect produ4ed
in the United States by the disinterested policy
which Spain heti adopted 'with regard to Mexino.
The preeent relations of the Cabinets of Madrid
and Washington are most cordial.
The King of Sweeden is to visit Copenha
gen at the end of July, and the city ' wilt give
a splendid'hanqdet in honor of the King, of
Denmark and Sweeden:
NSW ucßiFmwo REGULATIONS
Another Brigadier General
INILINGTON, ' July 15.
The following is• the substance of, a general
order that has just been issued from the War .
. In organizing new regiments :oi volunteers,
the Governors of States are authorised to ap•
point, in addition to the stallulfroeis hererof u re
truth .rized, one Second Lieuteuant for each
company, who shali.be mustered iuto the ser
vice at the commencement of the organisatten,
with authority to muster in recruits as they
If any recruit shall be enlisted who shall
after Wards, on m.dhcal itiepection; prove 'to
have been. .obviously unfit for the service ;at ,
the time of his enlistment, all the expeiut-s
caused thereby shall be paid to such (Meer,
to be Stopped against him 1113,M soypay ment
thstmay he coming to him from: the Govern
ment, thereafter. Any officer thus appoitaed
and mustered snfil only, be entailed to be paid
on the muster and' pay roll of his Cotnp.riy,
and shauld he fail, to secure an ‘ orginiseil CoM;
pany within such reasonable ,time as the Go*-
ernment may designete,. hid men may be trans
ferred to some otheicompany, hisappointment
be revoked, and he be, discharged without PaY,
unless the Governor" shiii think it proper to
give him a position , in the consolidated coat
pany to which his ma have been transferred.
Recruits will be sentto the regithentai
deacons at least as often as once a week ; when
th-y wilt be immediately examined by the stur
geon of the regiment, and if found unfit for
duty by reason of permanent disability, will be .
discharged front the service forthwith by the e
surgeon, who will report such discharge: to to t
Adjuant ' General of the Srate,and •
adjutant of the regiment, no ting
thug* where the dkability was
obvious, a , ,t
the time of enlistment...
As soon as the organisation of a regiment js
completed,. it 10111: 0 0, 01 .r..4. 41 Y ktiPACte.ct by th
-. 4r-IrtamaN4,l-1,014, - q , nraws.atearnap
lbw tutting mart
Having procured Set:am Power Prone% -wit are proper
ed to execute JOB add BOOK PRINTING ofevery descrip
ton, cheaper than it cad be done at ahy othatelitabhah
faeottn tie country. •
~ , - SAMS OF•ADVeATISING.
-:. sir-F o u r lines or lenseonstitupe one-half wpm& Sigh'
:lines or more than four constitute a square.
Halls Square, one day
4 one month ...
4 three months.-
4 MIX months, ....... .....
one year... ..... .... • .. • ..... .
OneiSquare, one day .... ...... .... ....
one week........ 200
0 one month
it three months ..... .... ....... ... 10 00
it de months .... 16 00
4 One ye11e...... • ..... 20 00
0010arrigealea nanotrimmt4inierksinGinaTtheCEL;TS4l Cd PErLIN ". 7
ibr each Insertion.
Jar Marriges and Deaths to be @barged ea regular a d.
ranaterinir officer for the State, who' will see
that at Feast the minimum' number of each
company is present. No akkentees except the
sick in the hospital will be counted. He will
also compare the muster in the rolls, and if
found correct, will sign the 1011, certifying
to the muster of each man at the roll, date
of his enlistment.
Officers will be mustered into the service
only on the authority of the Governor of the
State to which their regiments belong. Until
regiments are organized and their muster rolls
completed, they will be under the exclusive
control of the Governors of the States, and all
requisitions for Quartermaster's, Medical and
Ordnance stores, and contracts tor subsistence,
will, if approved by them, be allowed and not
Where it is desired by the Governors of the
States, the United States Officers of the Quar
termaster's, Medical and Ordnance Departments
may turn over stores to the State authorities,
to be issued by them in accordance with the
Regulations and accounted for' to the proper
bureau of the War Department.
Pr esons travelling under the order; of the
Governor of any State, on hm,iness connected
with the recruitirlpervice will be allowed the
actual cost of transportati to be paid by the
rn.u3teting and di-bursing cffiter on the presen
tation of the account, accompanied by proper
vuuchers,and the order under which the journy
ANOTHER BRIGADIER GENERAL.
Hon. Edwin H. Webster, Representative from
Maryland, has been appointed Brigadier Gen
era of Volunteers.
FROM FORTRESS MONM,
CAPTURE OF PRISONERS.
Arrival of Troops from Port Royal.
The steamer Ge"rgeanua, Capt. Pierson,
which left Ole. Point lase evening at six u'cluck,
got into port this morning at eight, bringing
over two hundred passengers and a large - lot of
fresh vegetables. Among the passengers was
Brig. Gen. Butterfield and several Colonels of
Western regiments. There were also seven
Confederate prisoners of war, who weir) taken
'on the 9th inst. on the Peninsula, and released
on parole. Their names are as follows: John
L Moore, of the First Georgit Infantry; Rich
ard. Puller, of the Twenty-sixth Virginia; J.
R. Sanders, of the Second Florida ;Timothy
Allerton, of the Twenty-sixth Virglnial H.
Thomas, of the Sixth North Carolina; John
Pullen, of the Twenty-sixth Virginia; sod H.
A. Morgan, of the Sixth North Caroliva They
were all dressed in the coarsest 'grey cloth,
without regard to uniformity.
Yesterday the fine ocean steamer Vanderbilt
and the steamers Mississippi and Ben Deford,
Captain William H. Hallett, of this , port, ar
rived in Hampton Roads from Port Royal, with
dearly five thouserd effective soldiers 1:to board
consisting, of the division under the command
of. Gen. Stevens. They consisted in part of the
79th Nevi York Infantry, 50th Pennsylvania,
Bth Michigati, 97th Pennsylvania, 28th ittssa
chusetts, the Ist Connecticut battery of artil
lery, and another battery . and, regiment, the
names not recollected. All the sick • and dis
abled men of the above command were left be
•• BUILDING LOTS FOR SALK'
DBSIRABLS Building Lots on Ridge
Road and 8010 streets, on reasonable. terms. . For
Wilber rartiou'ars enquire of
JOHN R. HOOVER., Agent,
jyl7-dlmo South street between Second and Third.
AQUANTITY of shoes was found in a
. buggybelonging to the undersigned, which the
owner can have by proving property, paying charges
and willing et the Founh Street Livery stab e.
jyl6-du FRANK A. MURRAY.
SAMUEL. PAQE, of Swatara township,
announces blintelt so a outside's foo the office of
Lonnty Comm' siooer, culj. ot to the d °Won of me Be.
rollout County laziovennon. He pr. missed' congealed
and eleclel to discharge the dulled of ed office for, the
good acute tix pa' ere of the county. lyle dlw wte
OWEBERLANI) VALLEY INSTITUTE
,FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN,
REV, O. ROE & Sows.
AN ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL SCHOOL.
Si1"8 t From
Charge $75 te $BO pr Benton.
air. 8. 101 . for a Cipu ar. 1.51641181
NOTIOeI TO TRESPAS: , ERS.•
ALL persons are prohibited to trespass
on 11.0 Linda ram • Uutleill Vet] All LT i• Paxton
to. n hi , &don ing lands • n toe wese
r of Peter Pec
ker s, on the Booth f Dr. Emi h and on the east or John
Budo.gle, either for fishing ur bunting, and all pars. as
uis epartillig 1145 uutlue at l be deaf 'nth- i n unurd i mee
'w.113 law. U• '6413.*1 It. W. AM O.
"tirERAL `Machunste. Also a stout
bo the olaoir.mith shop. ALPO at the
.064tt , LAGILK, *ORM.
CrrtOF Belltinntnixo, July 14tu, 1502
P 9 - Jacob Melly, F. Br y-r, , John
Yo'mg,J.coh I pdegr me t MI heel Newman G en res
'Bray, rebrf 1110 deurmel,acn
irpush i, g, Michael borne. , John Pr .otie, A. X. :We
,. itt•m Movadue , A. W. Harr, C. C. Hawn, 114.,
dud B. F. Etter,
p: re p it irty ln .
veto low 81,04 uy Leon Of s. , cony t ; orFie
y Lli Fn ai
Inqur7 for the Gotanedl
Will e nolo at the -he 1 e nthwelr 4:4 4, r:
org on N AY, the 21 t 4.y ofJul• I. el., et $l, re,
o .o,eer. r wa rayon au each of yeti mior- a ni ma .. If
) ou think prover. J. Do. SO 'S,
45t 8 .ertir
MILITARY CLAIM AGEMICT.
BACK PAY, BOUNTY,
EI3GENE Snyder; Attorney . at. Law,
„Dice, :11tird street, Hanisburg, stip attend
to um collection 'of military claims, end r tbi . let of
Assembly,:, 13 , 1 6 02 ,filick ftr .dnutianed
and deceased soldiers. county under Act of 'Congress,
Hay, 22,1861. NlllO.OllB and claim# forliattsiitinne,
' .1110 aaco
FIGS, Dates, Prunes, Raifisills, and all
idude of Nuts, at Jul' WISE'3 Store , Third and
FITER, Water, soda tied btveet Gradc;
art, at JOHN WI 'L'
Belmnioas, July 16