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h I am sent to this department is in a fa
le condition. The negroes are working
h i griowly. We have some fifteen thousand
of corn and cotton under cultivation, and
well. The system of voluntary labor
admirably. The people are contented
0 I toppv. When the new crop is harvested
o u r will cease to be a burden upon the Gov
al:ment. By adopting a judicious system of
wArd for labor almost any amount can be ob.
tallied. Its proceeds will pay the expense.
"I am, with great respect, yours truly.
"Brigadier General of Volunteers "
biARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
BALTIMORE, July 19.
Hour firm and advancing ; Ohio $6 254
50. Wheat active for new white, $1 6041 66,
rrj $1 40g1 44. Corn quiet Oats advanced,
50 very firm ; Pennsylvania 48®440. Whisky
arm at 34P.
raturday Afternoon, July 19, 186%.
CLOSED. —The public schools of the city,closed
for the regular summer vacation yesterday,
And ihe juveniles may now enjoy an uninter
rupted series of holidays, until the first Mon
day of September, at which time the schools
trill be reopened.
THE !SEVENTH PINNSYLVANIA CAVALRY.—The.
following le a list of the captured and missing
office's of Col. Wynkoop's Seventh Pa. Cavalry
after the engagement with Morgan's Guerillas,
near Alum freeaboro, Tenn.:
Capt. Essington, Co. B; Lieut. Rhodes, Co.
B; Lieut. Beachtel, Co. L ; Lieut. Einstein,
Co. M ; Lieut. Child; Co. G; Maj. Seibert,
No Summeareas—Postage Stamps a Legal Ten•
der.—On Thursday Congress passed a bill pro
hibiting notes of a less denomination than one
dollar, from whatever source, from being cir
culated, under a penalty of five hundred dol
lars fine or six months imprisonment. Instead
of shinplasters, a bill has passed both Houses,
to take effect on the first of August, making
United States postage stamps a national cnr
iency, to pay for any amount under five dol
t-r;. The stamps are to be redeemed in United
. iates notes.
NIO ON JULY 24rn.—Tne Military Relief
mmiitee, of this city, having been called
clan by Messrs. Mather and Sprucebank, who
have kindly volunteered to hold a plc-nic on
the 21st inst., the proceeds of which are to be
devoted to the County Relief Fund, for the
benefit of the families of our volunteers, would
re=pectfully call the htteation of the public to
the fact, in the hope that their effort may prove
A. J. Rim,
TER CITIZEN FIRM COMPANY'S Pic Nic, which
Is to come off at Huhnlen's woods on the 22d
Inst., promises to be one of tho most pleasant
parties of the season. Extensive arrangements
have been made to accomodate a very large.
,amber of people, and the utmost preeantion=
y measures have been taken to prevent
nekenness and disorder. The refreshment
will be under the immediate superin
:-Dleace of a committee of the company, who ,
Il ,ee that the privileges are not improperly.
tzed. In fine, the managers have left nothing
Ltturued that will tend to the comfort and
rleasure of those who may favor them with
their presence on the occasion.
yrEERED THEE, Szavions.—The First City
am e+, of this city, resolved on last Thursday
v , n , ng to again tender their services to the
.tr , lnnient for nine months under the recent
atof Congress. This action of the Zouaves,
pruvtl, Conclusively their already once tested
par i , ttisni, and we hope that they will fill their
Lomital and march to the seat of war. They
AD nil up to the maximum standard of 101
len in two or three days, and with able offi.-
,i 1: to lead them, we have no doubt they would
cr , a noble account of th!mselves. , They
the first company recorded in the Adjutant
, •t r ii'S office under the nine month's law,
1.,, boon no the Governor issues hliordqrs the
r.,,“ny will 1111 up and move. We hope
t rbt rvicee will be retained this time as they
tine a body of citizen soldiers as any
tr in the State can boast of.
INP.ITA NT Bnit—The Afilitfa for nine and twelve
—A bill passed Congress on the last day
session, and has been signed by the Pres
:it calling all the militia into the field to
• •w u the rebellion. 11 is doubly import
•ruul the fact that all slaves, after its pas
who come within the 'lines of our army,
made free forever.
tirst section provides, that whenever the
• • •i•nt shall call forth the militia of the
' he may specify in hie call the period for
such service will be required, not ex
',lll.g nine months ; and the militia so mus
ter,,tiu shall continue to serve for the term
KPrkihox, „ bless sooner discharged. If by rea
son of detects in existing laws, or in the execu
tion of them in the States, or any of them, it
shall be found necess ar y to provide for enroll
ing the militia, the President is authorised to
make all the necessary regulations, so as to in
Litnie all able-bodied men between 18 and 45, 1
and the number shall be apportioned among
ttr states according to their population. 'When
enrolled, they shall be organized in the
prescribed for volunteers.
Ihe second section authorizes the President
, sll one hundred thousand volunteers, as in
.'l.trY, into the field, in addition to the num-
Oready authorized by law, for the period of
months, unless sooner discharged ; and
t "tt soldier who shall enlist under' this law
,11 receive his first month's pay, and twenty
' - dolors 118 bounty, upon the mustering of
• , ompany, or regiment, into thls service.—
a,, provisions of the law relating to volunteers
,ted in the service of the United States for
It.. e 5 ears, or during the war except in rela
•• to bounty, shall be extended to embrace
°' "'recce raised under the provisions of this
Th third section authorises the President to
ac:ielt such number of volunteers as may beFt
, o, ,e i d for filling up the regiments of infantry
n the service, for twelve months, unliiiss
Vicataircs Cowtorrsm.—We see by the Cin
cinnati Ames, that a meeting of the merchants
lof that city has been held, the object of which
isto take into consideration the condition of
the city, and the probable appointment of a
Vigilance Committee. This is a movement in
the right direction, and one that should be fol
lowed by every city, county, town, and town
ship in the loyal States.
A NOM% WOlLUL—Morgan Barclay, son of
Dr. J. B. Barclay, of Brownsville, Fayette
county, a member of company 0, Eighth regi
ment, Pennsylvania Reserves, was killed by a
ball through the heart, in one of the late series
of battles before Richmond. On receiving the
sad tidings of his death, and learning that he
died as only die the gallant and the brave,
fighting for his country, the noble mother ex
claimed, "It is well, and I only regret that I
have not another to send in his place"—a senti
ment worthy the matrons of the best days of
Sparta and of Rome.
A Snowx CROP OP Oars.—A NEW ENEMY.-
It is feared that the growing oats in - York coun
ty has been singled out, by an enemy which
will commit incalculable damage. The Penn
sylvanian of York borough says " a small red
wevll finds its way up the stem, and assumes
a position at the point where the grain connects
with the straw. Frequently two or more of
these' insects lodge upon a single grain of oats,
Where they remain and suck the nourishment
required to mature the crop, until they are
transformed into diminutive flying insects.—
The nourishment thus exhausted, in many in
stances the green oats fall to the earth. We
have seen a stalk of oats which contained from
forty to fifty of these wevils, a few having
changed to the fly state. Nearly every grain
had one or two representatives ; and a number
of seeds had fallen off. In looking over a field
of this crop, an alarming sight is presented. If
this insect proves injurious in proportion to its
numbers, in a few years the cultivation of oats
in this country will be limited."
The Klemm Fssonnss--The Casualties . —First
Lieutenant Wm. H. Weaver, at present in
command of the "Kepner Fencible's," has sent
to Mayor Kepner, of this city, the following let
CAMP NEAR HARBISON'S LANDING, 1
July 9, 1862.
Hon. Wm. H. KIPNIIa t ENTIAR Sta:—l send
you a full and correct list of the killed, wound
ed and missing of the Kepner Fencibles for
the benefit of their friends.
Captain lhomaa D. Horn, of Burlington, N.
T.. wounded severely In the back by obeli and
Wm. P. Austin, Phcenixville, said to be
wounded, and missing.
John Beatty, Pittsburgh, wounded and miss
Sam. Lessly, , Muddy Creek, Pa., wounded in
Alexander Leiby, Millerstown, Perry co.,
wounded in left leg.
Corporal Charles Maurer, Lancaster co., Pa.,
slightly wounded in head.
ThOrnas McCort, Clarks Ferry, Pa., slightly
wounded in head.
Hugh McCoy, Pbiladelphia, missing, suppos
ed to be a prisoner.
. John Plerpont,. Linglestown, Pa., missing
and supposed to be a prisoner.
Robert Simpson, Harrisburg, Killed.
Sergeant Jeremiah Winters, Harrisburg,
slightly wounded in right breast.
WM. H. WEAVER,
Ist Lieutenant commanding co. 1), 12th Reg.
GPM Us ALL THE INFORMATION YOU HAVE.—
We shall be thankful to those of our readers
and others in this and the adjoining counties,
who have friends in the army, if they will com
municate to us such information as they may
receive in private letters from them, touching
the killed, wounded, missing, and condition of
those of their companions in arms whose fate
may have come to their knowledge.
Every surviving soldier has some "at home,"
to whom he is very apt to write his own ac
count of the tattle in which he may have been
engaged, and will be quite sure to speak of the
casualties that occurred in his own company, and
under his own eye. Hence, these accounts, if
allowed to be published, will convey much
valuable information to many who a'a deeply
and intensely•interested in the fate of their
friends in the army. We assure those who may
entrust us with such letters, that no private or
family matters will be either published or di
vulged ; but such brief extracts taken from
the war accounts they may contain, as will be
likelp to prove of interest to others, and the
letters returned, if requested.
Nor ALL Loss.—While it is excessively an
noying to have so much trouble in getting
small change, it is by no means all loss to the
general public. One begins to find out the
truth of the old maxim, "Take care of the
pence and the pounds (or dollars) will take care
of themselves." In nine cases out of ten, it
is prooeble that you cannot buy if you cannot
pay the cash 'down; hence, while sellers refuse
to' part with 'specie, a man may now a days
walk the streets free from thetemptations to in
vest quarters, dimes, or half dimes on candies,
nuts, sods water, lager, and a host of similar
indulgences. Yon are rich, you know; for
there coiled np in your pocket book, is the "V"
or the "X." Here is item number one. On
the other hand, you are as poor as poverty ; for
on going to purchase, you find yourself with
" nary red," and obliged to economise nolens,
So km Bo the paper remains -day after day,
unless you are dunned for sums amounting to
one dollar or more, in which case its new own•
er will probably consent to part with a few
We have little doubt that, owing to the spe
cie panic, the great consuming public—the pat
rons of restaurants and boot-blacks, the chew
ers of peanuts and candies, the imbibers of
whiskey, beer and soda water, have found
themselves richer at Saturday night than they
would otherwise have been. Their expendi
ttures have diminished, and their net profile
rather increased than fallen off. This may have
been, it is true, at some self-denial, but what
Of that ? The dollars have taken care of them
selves, as the owners of the pence, afraid of
never being able to see any more, have exude
ed a strict vigilance over the silver and nickels.
di we can at bast console ourselves with the
totion that in this case, as in many others,
INA* 100-ilthint En= WWI profit.
Verntovliantit iteletraptr,'Zititrtroi Afternoon, Jule 19, 1662
BOUNTY TO Voranassas.—The council of the
borough of York has appropriated the sum of
$2,500, or so much of it as may be necessary,
for the purpose of giving an extra oounty of
twenty-five dollars to each man in the borough
and vicinity who may volunteer, be accepted
and mustered into the service of his country as
a private or non commissioned officer. The
council has also requested the County Commis
sioners to adopt a similar course in the country.
This action shows that the Yorkers are gov
erned by a patriotic body of " fathers," who
are fully up to the demands of the crisis. What
will our city fathers do in the promisee.?
THE SICK AND WOUNDED tiOLDIERN IN CHURCH.
—We stated on Tiniedly last that a large num
ber of the sick and wounded soldiers inthe
hospitals:' at Casio IlurtiO'; able - to be moved
had been conveyed to and from the Metho
dist Episcopal Church, last sabbath by sev
eral patriotic and benevolent members of that
congregation, who had provided omnibuses for.
the purpose. We learned this morning from
ladies attached to the .Methodist congregation,
that such was not the fact, the'soldiers having
raised a collection among themselves and paid
for their own conveyance to and from the
ourch. It is due to the soldiers that we make
this correction, as an evidence that while they
have voluntary devoted their lives in , de
fence of their country, they have not been un
mindful of the duties they owe to the great
Author of their existence. Entertaining these
views, these gallant men should be encouraged
by our religious community, and so far- from
being compelled. lo bear the expensesTif trans
portation between the camp and this city,
while attending Divine worship, the several
congregations should provide the necessary
omnibuses. We have no doubt that under
these circumstances our livery men would be
willing to make a liberal. reduction from their
usual charges for the 'vehicles needed for the
STRAY= Awax.—Yesterday afternoon, about
four o'clock, from the residence of his parents,
in West Harrisburg, George W. Shultz, a boy
of about eleven years of age. He had on when
he left gray Kentucky jean pantaloons, white
shirt, and slouch hat, and was barefooted. Any
information relative to the boy. will be thank
fully received by his parents.
ito GEORGE SHULTZ. •
A MODE Euranuerosierr.—Among the many
improvements lately made in our, city, to which
we can point with pride as an evidence of pros
perity and as a determination .on the part of
our business men, no longer to remain behind
the "light house," is the completion• of Eby
& Kunkle's large brick building at the corner
of Market and Fifth streets, which is alike
creditable to the owners 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 Menges competion.—
Without going into detail, we may safely say
that the firm keep on hand everything usually
kept in a grocery store, (liquors excepted,) and
that they sell at very small profits. Their
clerks are civil and accommodating, and have
strict instructions under no circumstances what
ever to misrepresent or take advantage of any
customer. A general invitation is extended to
the public to visit the new building and exam
ine the extensive stock, whether they purchase
FROM Tue SRA BOA.RD. —Amidst - the chang
ing fortunes of success or disaster to our coun
try, whose laws are violated by bad men And
bad measures, the cheap dry goods firm cif
Urich & Bowman continue to pursue the even
tenor of their way. In this connection, we
have to say this morning, that, Mr. Bowman,
of our firm, has just returned 'from the Bea
Board,with anise little assortment of dry goods
for the present warm weather, which will be
open for inspection during the day, at the
south east corner of Front and Market.
$5OOO DOLLARI3 WORTH OP Naw Goons 1-400
pair of mitts direct from auction, at 25, 87, 60,
62 and 75 cts.; 1000 Ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 80, up to 76 cis. Great bargains l 600 new
hoop skirts for 60, 62 and 76 cts., up to $2.60
cheapest in town ; the largest assortment of
low priced dress goods—all prices: 1.00 pieces
white brfflants at 12} cts.; some at 15 to 18
eta.; 60 dozen of shirt breasts at 1211 cts., 20,
25 and 87.cts. ,extra cheap. 200,d0zen,,0f,.1./a
-dies' white stfickingsott '121 2 and 16 'eta. °
magnificent assortment of embroidered mintd()
band, and cambric edging and insertings, at all
prices. 60 dozen of linen pocket !kerchiefs; at
121 cts.; also hemstitched 'kerchiefs. Whole:
sale buyers We would invite to our large stock;
and as we have a buyer in New York, who buys
only at the large auctions. We promise to sell
goods at city prices. 8. LIMY.
We also received 10 duzen of real German
linen pocket handkerchiefs for gentlernena
very scarce article • also 20 pieceitof white and
colored straw matting, and .8 pieces of new car
pets from auction ; 6 pieces of black silk &Call
A LARGE marble parlor mantle with' an
2i enameled register Aro., all as good as new, will be
sold for one half ,or original cost., Also a bath tub
shower bath with all 'other arrangements for hot and
cold bathe complete, a marble wash stand and fixtures;
alio a small sized hot air furnacewith registers, Are.
All the above articles are in good order, and will be
sold for less than half their original cost, the subscriber
being about turning his house In Third ,street entireli
into offic m and public rooms dies therefore no fOrther
use for them. - DAVID MilidDlA, llr.
j720-43t ' Mee, Third a:Harrisburg.
- A GENTS WANTED in every town,
L village and city, to sell the soldiers companloo, can
mate from $8 to $8 per day. Samples seat, post
age paid, on receipt of Secants. Send for circular. Ad
dress W. H. Hartley, box 918, Philadelphia Pa
IieCLINTIKES PECTORAL SYRUP.
(FEELS INVALUABLE SYRUP, WHICH is
entirely vegetable in its composition, has
been employed with Wonderful , success 'for
many years in the Cure of diseages for the AIR
PASSAGES and LUNGS. For any form of the
disease such as COUGH, TICKLING of the
THROAT, SPITTING QF BLOOD, DIFFI
CULT BREATHING, HOARKEINFAS, LOSS OF
VOICE, and HECTIC FEVERS, its use will
be attended with the happiest results. It is
one of the best and safest medicines for all
forms of BRONCHITIS and CONSUMPTION.
No laudnarn or preparation of Opium in any shape
in this syrup.
PRICE sioo riut BOTTLE.. : ,.
For sale at IiEIIGNEWS CHEAP'_ BOOK
A bUllittelOitiOt by Diiudefidil au hi
conbe,rowsawsksbasebrior4Oß HMV& 1 )„,,r.
Etd,k, s id the
IV to bnyysleal Medicinal,
FOR THE 16TH INFANTRY,
NE hundred more able: bodied (mar.
rind or` unmarried) men are wanted to complete
the &wild Baltallion of tt e above resiment.
Its Itralquartem are pleasantly loc.ted at 'tamp
Wissahickon" on the tanks of the Schuylkill, near
Philadelphia, where recruits ate weekly sent to be
thoro gbly instructed before going into active service
Honest, intelligvnt and energetic men are particularly
want -4 for norpnommissinned officers, to whom i•it with
all recruits, every advantage of advanced bounty, pay,
ate., is given.
premium of two dollars will be paid any citizen Or
soldier for each acceptable recruit presented by Irm.
Further information may be obtained ir applied for, at
the office On Second sir& t near thy Markyt house, Har.
rlsburg, Pa. 'THOMAS H. NORTON.
.1919.dkm, .oapt. 16th U.S. 'atty . ., lieerniting Officer.
:,.k.FEW Boxes good Cheese, the balance
of a - large consignment, are offered at an unusually
low rate to closeout the lot. To retail dealerit there will
be an inducement offered. Each box sold will be guar
anteed f9l represented.. WM. . WM. DOM, JR.,& CO.
EIBAP Sugar's, brown and white, New
Orleans, loverines, &c , are now offered for sale,
of Ovary grade to Salt thelurehaser, at •
- . 'NfUHOTIS St BOWMAN,
17 1 8 earner Front and Market streets.
QY Rt . P and Molasses, no less than eight
kinds, for sale by NER I L9 Ai BO WtddM,
jylB Corner Front and Market streets.
PRIME Cheese from New York Dairies
Just received and for sale lnw by
NICHOLS I BOWMAN,
Carom. Front and Market streets
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
nESIRABLu Building Lots on Ridge
Road and Bost streets, on reatonable term. For
further Tartietrars enquire of
JOHN C. RPOVER, Agent
1517-dlot* South a!reet between Second and Third.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY INSTITUTE
lIRG ENTLE MEN ,
' REV. 0. EGE & SONS.
AN ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL SCHOOL.
swamis From V e t u ni „ b y er b l e t o t a T y eb i e l et ANNUALLY.
Chargot $75 to $BO per session.
ofir Send for a Circular.
bVERAL Machinists. Also a stout
boT in the blacksmith shop. Apply at the
Iyls-dtf ' ZAGLR WORKS.
b'EXIIIII . II OFFICIO 1
CITY OF BARHISEVRO, Ally 14th, 1862.
/110 Jacob Melly, T. F. Boyer, John
Young, Jacob Updegrove,ldhhael Newman, Henry
Clay, Henry P. Rhedearmel, William Brown, George
Youshling, Michael Forney, John Brooks, A. X. Sho
riser, William McFadden, A. W. Barr, C. 0. Rawn, Fag.,
and B. F. Etter, Faq.
010171.1M01N .—The Bethel Church In Fourth street in
the cite cfliarrlsburg, or known al the Church of God,
being levied on by virtue of sundry writs of Fiera Pales
to me directed, Chia is therefore to notify you that a
Court of Inquiry for the condemnation of real property,
will be held at the Shed es Office in the City of Harris
onrg on MONDAY, the 21st day of July lost., at coves
o'clock. P. M., wh re you and each of you may attend if
you think proper. J. I). BOAS,
MILITARY CLAIM AGENCY.
BACK PAY, BOUNTY,
• PENSIONS, SITBSISTENOE &c.
LIGENE Snyder, Attorney at Law,
offielghlrd street, itarrlsburg, pa., will a ttend
to-tue Q 6 on of military claims, undue the act of
Assembly, of April 16, 1862 Back pay of discharged
and deceased soldiers. county Act of Congress,
July, 22, 1861. Pensions and clalmi for subsistence, An.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
RIIDOITH HILLER, of .East • Hanover
township, offers himself as a candidate for the of
nou "(COUNTY COMMIsSIONER, subject to the Union
Republican Nominating iConventon, 'and pledges him
self it nominated and elected, to discharge the duties of
the office with fidelity. j9lB-d&wte
'FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. -
DAVID BERET, of South Hanover
township, ants himself as a candidate for the
0i11.6 Of %WWII' 0)ftl1lI-SiONER, subject to the Union
Republican Nominating Convention, and pledgee himself
if nominatod and elected, to discharge the duties or the
omen with (Well*. jelB dawle
SAMUEL PAGE, of Swatara townakip,
announce/ Lamar at a candidate for the office of
Lounty Comm Palmier, subject to the decision of the Re
publican County Conventioa. He promises If nominate d
and elected to discharge the 'duties of sal I office for the
good of the tax payers of the county. , isle
GAIETY MIMIC HALL I
Walnut Street between 2d and 3d,
SOLI LISSYM AND JUNAGNB,
: ,.The autocrat of amumments, unanimouti, -as the de
eiaion rendered by the public as to, the ruperior merits
of tbis temple of meotti•delight. Our - comic constella
ti u shines w ith unwonted lustre at every appearance,
being greeted with uproriOnis eclat. finthusimon in ions nightly.
WKS JULIA RDWARDB, the Bird of Song.
808 RDWARDS, the Ethlope,n Jester and Dancer.
DAM HOWARD, the Itscebsior BanjoLst. •
M. KINCAID?, the renowned Acrobat.
, KATE DAVBNFORP, the ?leasing Damns°.
JAKE BUDD, itWormanComedbm,
TOMMURRAT, Irish and Comic Vocalist.
MASThE WHIM, the Wonder of the Age.
J.H. DONNELL, Musical Director.
J. H. VANHOR N r Pianist.
To conclude each evening with the new &Beiges° of
Jost°, tbe Smallish ape. Junto, master Wil le.
Doors urea_ at 73 to.eomp:mace 84. •
JAKK BUDD, nuts Manager.
BY using POTILA.N 'S EXCELSIOR
'CLOTHER WRINGER, which wrings olothne dryer
than can be done by, nand, and wrings a bed quill or
handkerchief without any alteration. Call and examine I.
at RAYNE'S AGRICULTURAL STORE,
je3o-d3tawlm 3.10 bliuk.'t sized,
A..LARGE. ASSORTMENT of Family
Bibles of different styles of binding, at 900, Si 25
24. 60, 52, 53, $4, $5 and $lO. Also Pocket Bibles of dif
terfearn y styles and prices , SCBEIEF7BR:B Bookstore.
DETERSIVE SOAP, something better
thin Barr : lion% Household Soap, jest received and
tor sale by, NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jesCorner Front and M.rttet streets.
ITHRIDIt Dandelion Coffon,_ just ,re.
TriO2 wmer `Front
Front and Market streets
. F RESH invorcivoF Messina 'Oranges and
Lemons, fir sale by NICHOLS ar BOWMAN,
.jeSO Corner Front awl Market streets.
)1.; l rij-IBIS
u eti general
the variety of goods for ad-
o'be found at Keller's, is unsurpassed in this city.
lee 91 Market' street ,
pi., first in'the Market, just received
and Dr Rile, by WIC DOCK, JR., & 00'
. a VERY SUPERIOR
. WC DOCK, Jr, & CO
riANNED•Tornatoes and Green Corn, at
%) "nig WE" . 4. tayl
APEI Ed, Oranges and Lemons, :at JOHN
; wows: ,"
7 0i1) I'l la t rgeptbest
stock, from 31.00 to s4.oo—warranted—ag 9." <r•
alarm a BOOKOTORB.
BOOR-BINDRRS' RULING•;IIAU[NH AND PRNS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND MACHINES FOR
GRINDING CUTTING}-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
SCHOOL FURNITURE, -
General Machine Work and Iron and Brass
WOOD ITIRSDNO IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, EM, ETC.,
IF Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Brass
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, &c.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS.
irs- Cash paid for Old Como., Brass, Spelter,
ABOVE STATE STREET.
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES, •
Of carioca patterns, both stationary and swinginr. Fash
Wei !hts and various - other banding ciestifige, for sale
very drop at the (my244y] RW U , WORKS.
93 Market street, llarrisburg, Pa.,
XTEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the bee
.111 makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU•
MEETS, FROM $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, - Eanjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in general.
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS alwaya 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.
LOOKING GLASSE S
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
A MA.GNIFICENT 7 octave Piano ,from
STEINWAY. & SONS, NEW YORK.
41 OCTAVE SCHOOL ORGANS,
Price only $BO, Mice's make, best and deepest in
market. Melodeons and musicalmerchandise generally.
Picture 'Bremen, a orb&op assortment or our own make, ;
Specially attended to.
S. WARD & CO.,
New Music and Frame Store, 14 Market Square.
Jar Oall and Bee. jyl4 451
. „ •
JOHN B. SMITH
HAS removed his Boot and Shoe Store
from the corner of Second and Walnut streets to
Is7o. 108 MARKET STREET,
Next door to Haynes Agriculture "etere, where be Intends
to keep all kinds of BOMB a^d Shoes, Gaiters, Ac., and a
large stook of Trunks, and everything in his line of be
einem ; and will be thankful to receive the patronage of
his old oustomers,aod the public in. general at his new
place of business. All kinds of work made to order in the
beet style and by superior workmen. Itepairing doe at
short notice. (ttor2dlll JOHN B. SMITH.
100 PERCH OF ROOD
BUILDING LIME STONE.
Fos BALL AT TUB
my 27 air
SCHIEFFELIN BROTH&RS it CO,
AND DO; 'MARS in Fancy 'GoodB, Per.:
thearry, 6co. Abff &genii; for thu Bala of Re . ll nod
Petroleum. illuminating oil, superior to any coal oil •
Purnished inanequantities at the lowest maruet rates.
170 apdi 172 "William ,street,
a27d6ml . NEW YORE.
10 and 15 cents
ANOTIIER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS,
14 Ks i' PENS in the world, for 750, $1 25
1 j $1 no, la, $3, and $3, for sale at
feblsl SCHEFFER'S Booketore.
FLY PAP ER.`
rANCY COLORED Pa g er, ready cat, for
covering 1 Oliting GIXES 36, Picture Fames, &c.
won and other new patterns for'sale at
BEEGNEWE CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
• ATTENTION FARMERS 1
QCYTABB, SNATHS, GRAIN CRADLES,
RAKES, MITRE srONES and RIPL.S in great
variety, to be had EttIVAP at
GLLIIERni Hardware Store,
jelo-dtf Opposite tit &Court came.:
LARGE and extensive assortment" 61
Gassware, • Including Tuotelers, , Goblets, Dishes
Bowls, &o , Ate.,"andeveryttdne for preserving, at
IGEKttei B )WMAN,
jell Corner Front and market streets.
()HEAP Oil for all kinds of machinery,
IL/ in small and large packages. for sale by
N WOOLS at BOWMAN,
jell) Corner ?rout end Market street.
WARD ELL & LEVINEdd., Pickles and
Catsup& For gale at JOHN WIS myl
SUPSRIUR' Quality of linpurial and Black
' Tea, foe sate by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
my 22 corner !Yost and Market streets.
TIN WARE AT REDUCED PRICES.
L Ll3l T,
. -Markt &reef, Corner of River Alky.
fAFFERS for sale the largest stock of Tin
vi sad Sheet Iron Ware in Sarrieburg.
ier Prime lower then thugs of soy other establish
ment. The seldom or store keepers woo purchase to
sellmain is invited. All work warranted. jell-dim.
STOVES! STOVES 1 !
011tEE of the beat patterns cooking stoves
are to be be at tbe.aheap Tin wave and Stove Ee
.a lialiment.ot Lyman Glib& t, Markei Wed.—Jen-dim
FRUIT . CANS
(IF the best patterns, Glass and Tin con
k./ stantly on hand at Lyman sailbert's Tin Ware Man
afactory, Market street. Jell4lm
A NICE assortment, cheap at Lyman
Gilbert's Tic and Sheet Iron Ware Manufactory,
Market street. Jel7-dlm
101 - B BL. Sugar (Refinedruildtßa'w` ,)
7 0 rau. grades. 'and bbliti received and
w be the lowed matkevprioeira 4
.le2o Wit DOOR, JR., & 00,
STEAM BOILERS, &C.
A fine assortment of beet plated
93 Market street.
PRINCETON. N. J.
Rev. JAMES P. Huartzs, A. M., Pri :pals.
Rev. Taos. W. CAT ELL, A. M., ncl
THIS Institution, founded in 1829, is
designed to prepare boys thoroughly for college or
fr a business life. The buildings are large and commo
dious, and the grounds embrace more than thirteen
acres. Both of the Principals devote their whole time
to the reboot, aided in the department of lost/notion by
The military instruction and drill, (under the charge
or a n experienced nissructord is arranged so as net to
interfere with the regular studies, occupying a part of
the tithe appropriated to exercise and recreation.
Pupils are redelved at any time and charged only from
the date of ado hasten. Tgßics:—sl26 00 per session of
For circulars, or further inforntalion. address either of
the Principals. Pe'ereure is also wade to the Rev. Mr.
Bran the Ron. Dr. Hodge and the Rev. Dr. McGill,
Professors in the Theoloyical Seminary, Prinodon,
I have for several years been intimately acquainted
with the Rev. Thomas W. Cattail. He has bad charge
of two of my sons, and I can safely say I have never
known a ny one in whose fidelity and devotion to his pu
pils, I have equal coollence. He is a good scholar and
a successful teacher. I know no one who has a greater
facility in gaining the love of his scholars or who exerts
over them a better influence
lam aware of the -responsibility in specking in snob
terms of commendation of a teacher; but lam whetted
lam doing nothing but simple Justice to an excellent
man, in using the language which I have here em
cloyed, CHABLIS HODGF.
I have great confidence in the Rev. Jas. P. Hughes, as
a teacher, both . n his aptness to give instruction, and
his tart In the administranon of discipline. I have bad two
sons under his care, and from the most careful observa
tion lam free to recommend the Rdgehill iFohool as one
of safe and thorough instriatnion
jelg dlm•rdjyl6dlmJ ALEXANDER T. IPGILL.
WM. A. PARKHILL,
Third Street, next door to the Tekgraph Printing
`TOMES, dwellings, churches, publics
r.j buildings, factories, &c., fitted ep with gas, lead and
iron pipe in a workman like manner. Hydrants, Wash
basins, Bath Tabs, lit, and Force Pumps, Water Closet s,
Lead and Iron Pipe Par water, gas and steam. A share
of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All work
pr. mpUy attended to. myBo4om.
No. 69, Market Street, below Third,
M. S. LEE,
MANUFACTURER OF UMBRELLAS,
pazobs and WALKING CA II will furnish
gooda at LOWER PRIMA than can be bought in any of
he Kalliann cities. °pantry orrchants will do well to
call and examine prices and quality, and convince them.
selves of this fact. ao2B-dly
FOR PRESERVING PURPOSES.
VERY superior article, (pure,) just
(IL received and for sale by
je 3o WM. DOCK,
HAPPINESS OR MISERY ?
THAT IS THE QUESTION.
I.IIE Proptietors of the 'PARISIAN
CAB'NET VP WONDERS, ANATOMY and MbDI
OWE', have determined regardless of expense, to issue
free, (for the benefit of suffering humanity) POillt of
their most instructive and interesting Lectures on Mar
riage and its Disqualidostloos, Nervous Debility, Prema -
tore Decime of loanheod, Indigestion Weakness or De
pression, Loss of energy and VitalPairars, the Greet So
cial Evils, and those UM% dies white result from youth
ful fol les, Excesses of Maturity, or Ignorance of Physi
ology and Nature's taw, These Invaluable Lectures
bave been the means of enlightning and swing thou
s ends, and will be forwarded free on the receipt of fear
Clamps, by ad Imolai( •:KECtiEI'A tY PARMA!' Oman or
ANATOMY AND MZDICINC, 663 Broadway, New York.
HARRIS MANSION FOR SALE.
THIS handsome property recently °con
pied by the FE s , NBIfLVANI.d. FEMALE C .11.LRIGE
ls offered for sale. It le well suited either for a private
Residence or a Thardlnic &loot, being supplied with gas , _
water, bath rooms, heater, range, etc. The grounds
contain valuable Frill Trees and Shrubbery. The place
will be Bold low and possession given within reasonable
time. For terms, &c., apply to.
MRS. S. S.. WAUGH, or
DR. WM. H. B 9LB
Aecutors of &tote of Roy. B. R. Waugh, dec'd
WE, HAVING fitted up a large Refrig
erator, and having made contracts with some of
our most rellaele farmers to remelt us with fresh and
sweet butter regularl will be enabled to supply oar
customers with sweet fresh ioe cold butter At all times.
tay29 WM. DOCK, Jr. & CO.
SMOKED BEEF .—A eplendid lot, large
and well cured.
1 RESH invoice of Lemons, Oranges,
gloss]; &c., &c., for elle by
NIOBOLA 6t BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
IILASS Jars for putting up* fruit, the
qui celebrated linvilie patent, cheap, simple and ef
locum., warranted to give satishictioa just received and
for We by rrioaoLs & BUWMAi,
jel9 • • Corner Front and Market street.
lOE CREAM Baucers, Philadelphia style,
for ale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
iny2B earner Front and Mara* arn.he
VjASON'S "CHALLENGE BLACKING. .
jlllOO Gross, assorted sises,just recel red, and for
ease at Wholesale priests,
1)11IRD Fountains and seed Boxes, Ca
-13 nary and Hemp seed for sale by
NWHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Pront nd Market streets
EICTRA family flour , choice brand, just
.1.:1 received, and warranted. to give satisfaction, for
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Oor. Front & Market Ste.
FOB PIMENG TEI
MO USTAC HES,
SMALL, but very superior lot of
f ilk,. Bologes saesage just received, by
,by. 29 WM. DOCK, Jr . & Co.
CALL and see those nice and cheap
gars for preserving, &0., at
jel2 Corner Front and Market streets.
XTEWBOLD HAMS.—A small lot of
the lebrated Hama just received.
9 - T24 WK. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
JERSEY HAM I—Ten tierces of these
Tjustiy celebrated sugar cured hams, received and
or save in large or small quantities .
• WM. WOK. Js:. .1 OD
ctILLE3 ClDER.—UonotantlY on hand at
very =pular article of was aria alma.
DOOK, J. ado.
SODA Biscuit, City Crackers, justreceiv
!ed and for sate b 7 NICELILS. 2k BOWMAN,
Corner Front od Market etieete.
FIGiS, Dates, Prunes, Raisins, and all
' kinds of Nuts, at JOHN WLSE'S Sore „ Third
raisons, cocoanuts &c., just
L E recelved and for sale by
NIOHOLS & BOWMAN,
Cor. Front and Mark et
'OREM FISH every Tnekday and Friday
at JOHN WISE'S Store, corner of Third and Wel•
nat. i r 0.919
0„...ith...__44,...,a variety of neetul
and entertabiq artialei ch eap—a.t.
. ' • - ' Sulinnirl2R , - , Wu p<A•mai.
BALSRYSTinoa and Sweet Moonlate,
Ibr pleat JOHN WM'S, Third sad Walnut. ~m7l
WM DOCK, Jsk, & CO
WM. DOOR, Jr., & Co.