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Hominy Afternoon, July 21, 186t0,
A meeting of the citizens of Harrisburg will
to held at the Court House this evening at half
p:iEt seven o'clock, to take into consideration
tt,e condition of the Country in relation to the
war, and to devise means for encouraging the
en listment of volunteers
A general attendance ie earnestly requested
Mousy, July 21, 1862
Fortin.—ln Third street this morning a small
porttnonie, •containing a sum of mony. The
owner can have the same by calling at our of
fice, and paying for this notice.
PATRIOTIC CONTRIBUTION.—The scholars of
the Locust Street Methodist Episcopal Church
tave contributed the sum of thirty dollars to
the relief of the sick and wounded soldiers.
Dm solemn and impressive religious ceremo
nies incident to the observance of the forty
hoer; devotion, commenced in St. Patrick's
;Catholic) church, yesterday morning. High
mass was celebrated at six o'clock A. et., Rev.
Pierre Maher, and other Reverend gentlemen
from a distance officiating.
IN Tows.—Surgeon J. 0. Alleman, of the Bth
Pennsylvania Reserves, is In town, direct from
the army on the James river. The doctor has
furnished us with an official list of the killed
end wounded of his regiment in the recent
battles before Richmond, which will appear
POSTAGS STAMPS AS CURRINOY.—The news
that Poet•Oifce stamps have been enacted in
to " currency" by Congress is received every
where with satisfaction. It will give the coup
de grace at once to any scheme for flooding the
country with worthless " Shinplasters," and
gn far to remedy the present inconveniences
aciiing from a scarcity of small change.
, :aturser. NEGLECT. —This morning a little
Prrfooted boy, whose name we could not
;ram, while passing the corner of Third and
llaiket streets, at Leamy's store, accidently
got his foot between two pieces of a broken flag
stone, which caused him to trip violently to
the ground, spraining his ankle and inflicting
several severe cuts on his head. Ye was picked
up by some of the by-standers and taken to
his residence. This corner has been singularly
he4lected by the supervisor of the district in
which it is situated, and we hope that this ac
cident will be the means of hurrying him up to
his duty in the premises.
Trim SOLDIERS RUM PleNlo.—Our readers
should not forget the picnic to be given in
/lamialmes Woods, next Thursday, the 25th
inst. Tbc proceeds of which are to be applied
the benefit of the /amities of our gallant vo
lacers. The gentlemen who have undertak
. tii, , management of the affair have had
t ,, ,lerable experience in such matters, and
,i,ubt not will get up something decidedly
~tr 'dive. There will be choice edibles and
, music for dancing, and any quan-
~f other things provided for the amuse
:oA f the guests. No improper characters
L, permitted on the- ground. Omnibuses
, Ile during the day, from the Washington
td, corner of Sixth and Walnut streets.
nett, 25 cents.
CArrELL,of the Third street Presbyterian
..111(11, preached a most powerful and eloquent
min yesterday morning, his theme being the
•w, of the country and thp duty of his noun
tr2ul it in this the hour of their peril. He
czut.,l clearly that no man fully discharged his
in this crisis, unless he made some sacri-
A sacrifice of time, of labor, of service,
' , cane and of life, was the highest evidence
patriotism. These sacrifices must be made
r. l rlitarily, They must be made speedily, or
• 7 it Mom would be pronounced a failure by
uvera aunts of the world. They must be
iu a Christian spirit, for sacrifices made
r than in that spirit, failed of their object
-1 of God's approval, and consequently failed
• • ther. The sacrifice of those who were
t, the army, were strongly alluded to by
i , verend orator. He was not willing to
• , i , t the pecuniary aid which only shared the
.I.tious munificence of a man, as patriotic.
,t which was worthy to be thus regarded,
• the sacrifice which pat a man to some in
.,l,ience--was the giving up of luxuries, the
.-• Li.ing of pleasures, the retrenchment of
rdgauce, and the adoption of strict econo
-% ALI actual deprivation, in order that the
.ause might be aided, and the country
rer.cued from rebellion. This was patriot
of the army—and those only who thus
314 3 the general cause ware doing their duty.
\ I may they do their duty, for without a
govenauent - this Heaven-blessed and Heaven
thr"-ted gu‘ , Trauent, which guarantees liberty
to all mu acknowledging its sway—without this
.a.veroruent, to guard our rights, protect our
I. , prrty, and encourage personal interests to
• ss, without such a power we would all be-,
,ule slaves. Let loyal men remember this
Login to make theiesacrilices. Let wealth
e its purse strings, and pour out its mu
••••, • lice in aid of victory. Let us make our
::: , :es before the throne of God, that the
tit it liberty may not be dug down and
"' y destroyed.
Cattell has heretofore preached some
(tingly powerful sermons, but his effort
' 3 estenlay is pronounced by all who were
i.;-•ent at its delivery to have been a produc
-1;04 at once abounding in fervid eloquence,
stirring appeal, and practical common sense
, uggedions of duty and patriotism. He un
doubtedly has the approval of God for his efforts
behalf of his bleeding country and imperilled
freedom ; and his conduct, thus noble in all re
•pects, dwarves the commendation and respect
r,f every man in this community.
we understand that a number of our citizens
are about to request Mr. Cattell to repeat the
:ermon on such occasion as be may himself in
ARBESTED.-0. Barrett and Thomas C. Mac-
Dowell were arrested this morning on the charge
of libel, and bound over to appear at the next
Court of Quarter Sessions in the sum of five
thousand dollars. General Boumfort appeared
for them as surety. U. J. Jones was also ar
rested and held to bail on a charge of writing
libellous articles for Barrett Sr. friscDowell.
ins Pro-Nro of the Citizen Fire Company
comes off at Haehlen's woods to-morrow, and
from what we know of the managers,and their
arrangements, we can safely say it will be one
of the most delightful parties of the season.—
Every accommodation will be afforded visitors
to pass the day in a round of continued enjoy
ment, in the way of choice edibles and drinka
bles, ropes for "Copenhagen," swings, and last,
though by no means the least important, a fine
string band for worshippers at the shrine of
the nimble-footed goddess Tersphichore. The
utmost precaution has been taken to preserve or
der on the grounds. Omnibusees will run every
fifteen minutes from Omit's State Capitol Hotel
and Frisoh's International Hotel.
Busa FOR Csarrs.—ln Philadelphia the diffi
culty among small shopkeepers, provision deal
ers in the markets, and the citizens generally
in making change, has caused an extraordina.
ry demand for cents, and all that can be coined
at the Mint are eagerly bought. The Ledger of
that city says that recently on one of the days
assigned for the exchange at the Mint of nick
les for United States Treasury Notes, the doors
were besieged with an anxious crowd before
seven o'clock, and by twelve o'clock, the hour
set apart to commence the exchange, there
were several hundred persons present, men,
women and boys. Lines were formed , of the
men and boys on one side of the building, and
of the women on the other, the former extend
ing half a square along Juniper street. Many
of the boys were provided with small baskets
to carry the cents in. To preserve order a posse
Of the, reserve police were in attendance, but
their services were not required. Though many
of those who desired cents stood in line for
hours waiting an opportunity to get into the
Mint, they had to go home without them, as
the supply on hand was exhausted before half
of the applicants were accommodated. We
understand that two thousand dollars' worth of
cents are coined daily at the Mint, making
twelve thousand dollars' worth a week. About
two-thirds of the coinage goes to New York,
Boston, and other cities, leaving but four thou
sand dollars' worth a week for distribution in
Philadelphia. But five dollars' worth are given
to each applicant 'at the Mint, but it is said
that boys are employed to stand in line, and by
this means raise a large amount in cents.
Tau UHRINOY Qusarrox.—Below we present
a correct copy of the bill passed during the last
day of Congress, from which it will be observed
that our business community may expect - re=
lief in a short period and that an abundance
of =kcal change will be forthcoming. Here is
AN ACT to authorize payments in stamps and
to prohibit circulation of notes of less, de- I
nomination than one dollar.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre
aentatives of the United States of America in Congress
assembled, That the Secretary of the Treasury
be and he is hereby directed to furnish the As
sistant Treasurers and such designated deposi
tories of the United States as may be by him
mlected, in such sums as he may ,deem expe
dient, the postage and other stamps of the
United States, to be exchanged by them, on
application, for United States notes ; and from
and after the first day of August next such
stamps shall be receivable in payment of all
dues to the United States less than five dollars
and shall be received in exchange for United
States notes when presented to any Assistant
Treasurer or any designated depository se
lected as aforesaid in sums not less thattPfiii3
bso. 2. And be it further enacted, That from
and after the first day of August, eighteen
hundred and sixty-two, no private corporation,
banking association, firm, or individual shall
make, issue, circulate, or pay any note, check,
memorandum, token, or other obligation, for
a less sum than one dollar, intended to circu
late as money or to be received or used in lien
of lawful money of the United States ; and
every person so offending shall, on conviction
thereof in any district or circuit court of the
United States, be punished by fine not exceed
ing five hundred dollars, or by both, at the op
tion of the court.
Approved, July 17, 1862.
Jbr the Telegraph.]
Wno xs MO—While standing on the plat-
form at the Penna., Railroad depot, last Friday
moning, my attention was called to a group of
men near me, discussing the war question.—
There stood a specimen of the genus horns, "gat
ing" away at a 2:40 rate, endeavoring to make
several loyal men (his auditors) believe that
in less than six months time the " Southern
Confederacy," would be recognized—Jeff & Co.,
would pay up us Northenera for our valor
and determined opposition, " to the rebellion,"
&c., and the impudent rebel sympathizer even
offered to wager a month's wages that it must
be so ; when a well known loyal citizen came
up to the mark and said, "oat with your mo
ney, lad, put denim di month's wages if you
Becesh wilted a degree or two—said he "hadn
money about him, (ditto in the article of
brains, observed a bystander,) but that he
would raise the funds on pay-day." Our Union
friend commenced to handle the ape pretty
roughly, and he ," i slid." If the pimp above
referred to wouldTave used the sama traitorous
language in the much-talked-of secesh city of
Baltimore, the first 'anion man present would
have damaged his countenance, sure as fate.—
The fellow is easily recognized ; he wears a
checkered cap, not quite large enough for a
performing monkey—has a slight sprinkling
of cat fur on his upper lip, and in other
respects looks tolerably genteel. His impt
deuce and andacity,however, will sooner or later
lead him into trouble. Wonder why such a
chivalrous buck is notbetter employedt It would
be far more consistent and honorable to Nin a
rebel band of cut throats or guerillas engaged
in the unholy cause of attempting to destroy
our glorious country, than to hold a position
given him by a loyal railroad company, where
public and private interests, together with all
other loyal citizens affairs, he would no doubt
be ready and willing to betray into the hands
of enemies of our common country. Let him
be , arrested at the first opportunity for treason
able-condturt. He is not fit to walk the streets
of large a city as Harrisburg. Haws=
113antogleattia OAR telegraph, .fflonttap 'Afternoon, Julp 21, 1862.
Tag Frau Car Zonevas will hold a special
meeting this evening at their armory, at 8
o'clock, to complete their arrangements for go
ing into service. By order of the Captain.
Hop' Fran COMPANY.—A meeting of the
Hope fire company will be held this evening,
to adopt measures in reference to the death of
their comrade, Mr. Robert Simpson, a member
of the "Kepner Fencibles," who was killed in
one of the recent battles before Richmond.
Fos —The alarm of fire about 1 o'clock yes
terday morning, was occasioned by the partial
burning of a small one story and half frame
tenement house, in Third street above North,
owned by Daniel Best. The house was un
occupied, a family having moved out only a
few days previous. The fire was undoubtedly
the work of an incendiary.
HARRISBURG LIVE STOCK MARKET FOR THE
WEEK mono, JULY 19, 18 . 62.---Totapaceipts of.
Live Stock of all kinds, for the week at Harris
burg Stock Yards, 1370 head of Beef cattle, 1017
head of Hogs, 1680 head of Sheep, end 488
head of Horses.
The sales during Friday were :
Wm. Hines sold 178 head hogs at $4 40 per
J. Dickison sold 103 head hogs at $4 50 per
0. Crawford " 189 " " "$4OO "
C. Clark sold 98 head hogs at $4 00 per 100Ibs
Geo. Lehman sold 16 Beef cattle at $4 25
J. Seldenridge sold 32 Beef cattle at $4OO.
S. Adams sold 32 Beef cattle at $3 95.
0. 0. Badger sold 102 Beef cattle at $4 20.
The following droves of eattle were in mar
ket this week :
J. Roff 32 head I
A. Greenwatloo "
M. Dornig 18 "
A.G Crain 18 " 1
Geo. Lehman 16 "
S. Adams 32 "
..T. Seldentidge77 "
H. Thompson 33 "
H. Copeland 18 "
Thos. lamb 33 " I
Cook & Ivoryl94 "
ON Goon Wei. —The New York Times
"The editor of this paper was waited upon
on Saturday by a gentleman 'desiring to have
his attention directed to some recruiting officer
whose honesty and energy could be properly
warranted. He only needed to have these qual
ities verified to justify himself in placing $BOO
in the hands of the officer, to be used in pro
curing recruits for the Union army. It was
our good fortune to be able to point out a per
fectly safe trustee of this patriotic charity, and
it will at once do its beneficial work."
In many places, if not all, this example
might be copied to advantage. Now and then
there is a recruiting officer so exaactly fitted
for the business, that a given sum in his hands
would be more effective than twice or three
times the amount laid out by any ordinary
committee or municipal officer. 'There are
marry-war) ors expensing moneyfor procuring
recruits which will commend theinsetves to
the wise and prudent, and none can be pointed
out for general employment to the exclusion of
others. It is well for every one to think over
in what method be can give his money to the
best advantage, but he ought not to think too
long, for any way is better than that. •
Ansarrx SOLDMI.—The following circular
comes from the Headquarters. of the Army of
the Potomac, and is supposed to be sanctioned
by Gen. McClellan. It should have a wide
circulation, and the sentiment of the country
energetically brought to the aid of the pur
pose of shaming these stragglers back to their
HARDISON'S LANDING, Va., July 10.
The shameful desertion of officers and men
from the ranks of their regiments, which has
been going on since the battle of Williamsburg,
and which has more than decimated the army
within the last fortnight, and should receive
notice at the hands of the press. The press
can do no better service to the military inter
ests of the nation than to persevere in attack
ing men absent under pretense of sickness.
Robust and slightly wounded officers and men
are parading the streets of cities or loitering
at home, who are absent without leave, and
who are needed here. Make it detestable for
any man able to do duty to be away from the
army. Hold him up to the public view. Let
him be shamed to his duty.
In the recent battles and movements, hordes
of stragglers rushed to the hospital boats and
escaped from the army, while thousands who
could not get on the boats were only compelled
to return to the ranks of their regiments by
provost guards and by hunger. Make a resi
dence at home diegracful to these deserters.
The local police should arrest every man im
properly absent from his regiment.
The writer of this ca not give his name—
the communication is anonymous—but the
press can ascertain how far what is here said is
true, by looking around and seeing the num
bers of returned officers ann soldiers who are
in every street, in every city, in every lane and
in every village of the North. If every
officer and soldier fit for duty would emerge
from his hiding-place, and come to his regi
ment, the army would be much strengthened,
and the cause for which we struggle materially
A Montt Ferrenumnum.—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 laWe brick building at the corner
of Market and Fifth streets, which is alike
creditable to the owners and ornadiental 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 challenges 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
AN Ow Hezainnuosa.—lf there is one weak
ness, as Sam Weller would say, more than
another that is prominent with ns, it is the
pleasure of meeting those of bygone days,
whose association brings to our recollection the
many happy moments of Old Lang Syne. a
this connection we had the pleasure a few days
since of meeting our former townsman David
Pool, Esq., who now resides in Washington
city. Mr. Pool, visits our city for the purpose
of recruiting his soifiewhit inipiired health,
and perhaps to take advantage of the beautiful
stock of dry. Ow* at 17rk& do Bowman'.
Myers & Dixon 100 head
Bindy & Stone 54
John Smith 114 "
J. Kepner 19 "
M. Sriddnth 51 "
Thos. Moony .18 "
A. C. Badger 102 "
(lnckenhmer & Bro 112
E. Williams 156 "
Ceo. Radcliff 72 "
$5OOO DOLLARS FORTH OF NEW GOODS !-400
pair of mitts direcifrom auction, at 25, 37, 60,
62 and 75 cts.; 100) I adies' white collars, at 10,
20, 30, up to 76 cti. Great bargains! 500 new
hoop skirts for 60162 and 76 cts., up to $2.50--
cheapest in to ; the largest assortment of
low priced dress odds—all prices. 100 pieces
white brillauts 124 cis.; some at 16 to 18
cts.; 60 dozen o shirt breasts at 124 cts., 20,
25 and 37 cts., tra cheap. 200 dozen of La
dies' white stle ings, at 124 and 16 cts. A
magnificent talent of embroidered cambr ic band, and cam' is edging an i insertings, at all
prices. 50 do ..'i of linen pocket 'kerchiefs, at
124 cts.; also h mstitched 'kerchiefs. Whole
sale buyers we mild invite to our large stock ;
and as we have . buyer in New York, who buys
only at the larlr auctions. We promise to sell
goods at city I ces. S. LWWIr.
•ed 10 &men of real German
ndkerchiefs for gentlemen—a
le ; also 20 pieces of white and
ding, and 6 pieces of new car
n ; 6 pieces of black silk at all.
We also rec
very Wane a
pets from an
TIN YOUNG OR OLD.
Mate or iikmale,
offering from a habit indulged in by the
OH OF BOTH SEXES,
10 MANY MAIMING 5Y611.10110 ,
them for Marriage,
you hove bee
_And Is the.grellest evil which can befall
,MAN OR WOMAN.
See symptom; enamerated in advertisement, and it you
are a sufferer,
Cut out thd adveriiseinent,
Aug send for it at once.
Delays are dangerous.
Ask for lielmbold , s
Take no other.
Beware of Counterfeits and Imitations. jyls-d2m
HAIR DYE t HAIR DYE I
Win. A. Batellelor's Rate Dye !
The only Harmless and Reliable Dyer Known
All others are mere imitation - a, and should be avoided
if you wash to *ape ridicule.
Okla, RFD SR RUSTY - HAIR dyed instantty to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
Injury to Harr tei Skin.
FIFIFEN M. bAtS AND Dll'tAlliAS have been awar
ded to WM. A. BATCHELOR ` place 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Wia. A. BATCt3IILOR'I3 HAIR DYE p+•oduces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is weitasevio
not to !Mere in the least, however long it may he contin
ued, and the ill effects of bad Drat remedied. The hair
is invigorated Ruh% by this splendid Dyo, which Is prop
erly applied at No. le Send Street New York.
Sold fu all Um cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy (Mehl Dealers.
The Genuine has the came " William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
aides of each box.
Wholesale Factory, 81 Fantlay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New Yerk
HARILIBRIIIIO, July 21,.1862.
No. 29. ' f
Assurances having been received from many
loyal and patriotic citizens, that the establish
ing of camps in well chosen localities, in other
parts of the State, in connection with the Cen
tral Depot at Harrisburg, would greatly facili
tatelhe raising of the State's quota, under the
late call of, the - q ) resident, and would more
thoroughly seculo the formation of Regiments
of people of_ t aa.m&•=‘;w 3 . l ...-rkvpdr willoirTer
a.amtvic . , -- an intended in all cases where it
can be accomplished. For the reasons above
'I. Camps will be established for districts
comprising the adjacent counties in Lancaster,
Washington, Montgomery, Allegheny, Brad
ford, Franklin and Rhiladelphili counties, in
charge of which Commanders and skillful Sur
geons will be appointed.
IL Recruiting Officers and others engaged in
raising Squads or Companies, will, on applica
tion - to Capt. R. I. Dodge, Superintendent of
Recruiting service for Peondylvania, made in
accordance with his circular of 12th instant, be
furnished with transportation to the Camp
nearest their location or recruiting rendezvous,
or at which the Regiment for which any Squad
or company is intended, may be organizing.
111. Clothing, arms, &c., will,be • furnished
volunteers by the proper United States officers,
on arrival at camp and muster into service.
By order of A. G. CURTIN,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief.
Rnssau, Adg't. General Pennsylvania.
OFFICE SUP'T RECRUITING SERVICE,
HARRISBURG, Pa., July 12, 1862.
Persons raising recruits under Order No 28,
Head Quarters, State of Pennsylvania, will not
send small Squads to this Depot, but will keep
their men together until the number proposed
to be raised is complete, or until the twenty
days for which subsistence will be paid, has
The above conditions being fulfilled, the Of
ficer will make his application for transporta
tion dirdctly to me ; in every case sending with
such application the certificate of the Prothon
otary of the County, or where that cannot be
obtained, of the nearest Post Master, that the
person applying for transportation is trust
worthy, and has actually enrolled the number
of men for which transportation is applied.
RICHARD I. DODGE.
Capt. Bth mfantry, Sup't recruiting serervice
• FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
CITIZEN FIRE COIIIANY,
TO-MORROW, Tuesday, JULY 22,
A general invitation is extended to ladies and
gentlemen. Price.of admittance to the woods
Conveyances will ply between Omit's hotel
and Frisch's International hotel and the grove
every fifteen minutes during the day.
j y2l-d1 t
AFEW Boxes good Cheese, the balance
of a large consignment, are offered at an unusually
low rate to closeout the lot. To retail dealers there will
be an Inducement offered. Each box sold will be guar
anteed es represented. WM. DOCK, JR., & CO.
CHEAP Sugars, brown and white, New
Orleans, Layering 's, &c., are now offered for sale,
of every grade to suit the purchaser, at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jylB ' Horner Front and Market EtreetS.
YRUP and Molasses, no less than eight
kinds, for sale by ' NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jylB Corner Front and Market atreeta.
PRIME Cheese from New York Dairies
just resolved and for sale low by
NICHOLS & BOWMEN,
jylB Corner Front and Market streets.
BUILDING LOTS FOR BALE.
DESIRAIBLN Building Lote on Ridge
Road and Boas atreets, on reasonable terms. For
farther partiou'ars enquire of
JORN B. HOOVER, Agent
jyl7.4lm* Benet alreet between Second and Third.
SEVERAL Machinists. Also a stop
boy in the bleekspeith abop. Apply at the
irlEwitf EAGLE. WORKS.
'. Sugar Refined stud Raw,)
-oral wades and idods must received and
II be sold* the lowest msrket price&
We. • : • WY DOCK, & 00.
DRUGABTORW le the place
to eter.retoot meadow
FOR THE 15TH INFANTRY,
ONE hundred more able bodied (mar.
ried or unmarried) men are wanted to complete
the Senuut Baitallion of tie above reiimen . ..
Its lira 'quarters are pleasantly toe, ted at "rump
Wissahickon" on the tanks of the Schuylkill, mar
Philadelphia, where recruits are weekly sent to be
thorm gill), instructed before going Into active service.
Honest, intelligent and energetic men aro particularly
wanted for non-7otninissioned officers, to whom us with
all recruits, every advantage of advanced bounty, pay,
&c., ls given.
A premium of two dollars will be paid any citizen or
soldier for each acceptable recruit presented by him.
Further information may be obtained it applied for, at
the office on Second stria I near the Market house, Har
risburg, Fa. THOMAS H. NORTON.
Jryl9-dlm Oapt. 16th U.S. lefty., Recruithig.„officfr.
ALARGE marble parlor mantle with an
enameled register Ito., all an good as new, will be
sold for one half of original cost. A leo a bath tub
shower bath with all other arrangements for hot and
cold baths complete, a marble wash stand and figures;
alma small slzei hot air furnacewith registers, he.
All the above articles are in good order, ass will be
sold for less than half their original cost, the subscriber
being about turning his house in Third street entirely
into odic is and pubic rooms, has therefore no further
nse for them. DAVID MOMMA, Sr.
3720-d3t Office, Third St., Harri.burg.
A GENTS WANTED in every town,
ti village and city, to sell the soldiers companion, can
mate from $8 to $5 per day. Samples sent, post
age paid, on receipt of 50 cents Send fir circular. Ad•
dress W. H. Hartley, box 918, Philadelphia Pa.
GAIETY MUSIC BALL -
Walnut Street between 2d and 3d.
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
SOLE LESSEN AND MANAGER, . 808 NDWARDR.
ADMISSION 10 and 15 cents.
The autocrat or amusements, unanimous, as the de
oision rendered by the public as to the euperlor merits
of this temple of meatti delight. Our count constella
tion shines with unwonted lustre at every appearance,
being greeted with uprorions eclat. iluthuslasm in
cr. ases nightly.
MISS JULIA EDWARDS, the Bird of Song.
808 EDWARDS, the Ethlopean Jester and Dancer.
DAN HOWARD, the Excelsior Banjoist.
H. KINOAIDE, the renowned Acrobat.
KATE DAVENPORT, the Viewing Deineuse.
JAKE BUDD, Eth'oheanoomOdian,
TOM MURRAY, Irish and Combo Vocieist.
MASTER WILLIS, the Wonder of the Age.
J. H. DONNELL, Musical Director
J. H. VANHORN, Pianist.
To conclude Every Evening with a New and Laugha
Doors @Pea eV% to commence at S 4. '
JAKE BUDD, state Switzer. jr2l-1w
MOURNE'S PECTORAL SYRUP.
THIS INVALUABLE SYRUP, WHICH IS
entirely vegetable in its composition, has
been employed with wonderful success for
many years in the cure of diseases for the AIR
PASSAGES and LUNGS. For any form of the
disease such as COUGH, TICKLING of the
THROAT, SPITTING OF BLOOD, DIFFI
CULT BREATHING, HOARSENESS, LOSS. or
VOICE, and HECTIC FEVERS, its mo will
be attended with the happiest rits- It is
ona_of_the_best tiled safest_wedidnes for all
farccusa-DRO.l.v.nAlilb — EM CONSUMPTION.
No laudnam or preparation of Opium in any shape
in this syrup.
PRICE $lOO PER BOTTLE
For sale at TABORER'S CHEAP . BOOK
MILITARY CLAIM AGENCY.
BACK PAY, BOUNTY,
PENSIONS, SUBSISTENCE &c.
EIIGENE Snyder, Attorney at Law,
office, Third street, 'Harrisburg, Ps., will attend
to the collection of military elalms, under the sat of
aausomlgy, of sprit le, ism 'Mick pay of discharged
and deceased soldiers. Howdy under Act of Congress,
July, 22, 1861. Pensions and claims for subsistence, do.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
DITDOLPH MILLER, of East Hanover
_IA township, offers hlwelf as a candidate for the of
fice of COUNTY COSIML!SIONER, subject to the Union
Republican Nominating Convention, and pledges him
self II nominated and elected, to discharge the duties of
the °Moe with fidelity. irlB-dherte
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
DAVID BERST, of South Hanover
township, offers hinvelf as a candidate for the
offi os of COUNTY 0011111 , 81.0NER, subject to the Onion
ilepublicad Nominating Convention, and pledges himself
it nominated and elected, 0 discharge the duties of iho
office with fidelity. jela dawtc*
S AMUEL PAVE, of Swatara township, ganounnes himself ag a candidate for the office o
County Commicaloner, milled to the decision of Me Re
publican County Convention. He prorating if nominate d
and elected to discharge the duties °foal i office for the
good of the tax payers of the county. ;iylll4llw wte
CIMBERLAND VALLEY LNSTITTITE
FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN,
REV, 0. EGE & SONS. -
AN ACADEMIC AND CO iil.i ERCIAL SCHOOL.
re l li te rna mb „ " ls l t e to t 31;1,1..8 ANNUALLY.
°barges 876 to $BO per session.
sir Send for a Ciroular.
A. MtIGNIFICENT i octave Piano from
isrSINWAY & SONS, NEW YORK.
Alt - o
41. OCTAVE SCHOOL ORGANS,
Price only SSO, Prince's make, best and cheapest in
market. Melodeonsandmusicalmerchandise generally.
Picture Primes, a choice assortment of our own make 3
Specially attended to.
S. WARD & CO.,
New Music and Frame Store, 14 Market Square.
/fir Oall and see. Jyl4-dtf
ATTENTION FARMERS 1
SCYTELEI3, SNATHS, GRAIN CRADLES,
RAKES, SCYTHE STONES and RIFLES In great
variety, to be bad mate at.
GILdEIRPS Hardwark, Store,
jelo-dtf Opposite the Court u miss.
LtrARGE and extensive assortment of
assware, Including Tumblers, Goblets, Dishes
BOMA, ALC., aGO., and everything for preserving, at
NICHOLS & BJWILAN,
Jel2 Center Front and Market streets.
CII2I2AP Oil for all kinds of machinery,
In small and large nackages, for sale by
NicaoLg & BOWMAN,
jal9 Corner Front and Market street..
WARD.ELL & LEVIN.MS, Pickles and
011supg, for sale at JOHN WISE'S. m
SUPERIOR Quality of Imperial and Black
Tea, for IWO by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, •
n 0.922 Corner Front and Market streets.
TIN WARE AT REDUCED PRICES.
LYMAN GILBERT 4
Afarbt Bred, amier of River Alley.
CIFFERS for safe the largest stock of Tin
11,1 sod Sheet Iron Ware In Harrisburg.
sir Peon lower than thole of any other (stab Nish
wilt. The custom of store keepers write purchase to
sell again is invited. All work warranted. jel7-dlnt.
STOVES I STOVES I
to OPIE of the best patterns cooking stoves
are be had. at the Cheap Tin ware and WV. E a •
to lishment of Lyman Gilbert, Market street. jel7-clim
Ole` the beet patterns, GlaeS and Tjecon,
stonily cm hand as Lyman Gilbert's Ttn ware Wan
ninntory, Mutat street. lel7-dita
PRINCETON. N. J.
Rev. JAMES P. Hoottas, A. M., } • •
Rev. THOS. W. CATTELL, A. M.,
TlilB Institution, founded in 1829, is
designed to prepare boys thoroughly for college or
fora 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 s chool, aided in the department of Instruction by
The military instruction and drill, (under the charge
of an experienced Instructor,) is arranged so as not to
interfere with the regular stadia+, occupying a part of
the time appropria•ed to exercise and recreation.
Pupll3 are rooeived at any time and charged only from
the date of ad- lesion. TICRICC—SI2S 00 per session of
ftvo months •
For circulars, or further information, address either of
the Principals. Ra'erence is also made to the Bey. Mr.
From the Rea. Dr. Madge and the Rev. Dr. NOGia,
Professors in the Thtoloyical Seminary, Princeton, N. J.
I have for several years been intimately acquainted
with the Hey. Thomas W. Cutell. He hes had charge
of two of my sons, And I can safely say I have never
known a ny one in whove fidelity aid devotion to his pa-
pile, I have equal confluence. 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 wbo exert,
over them a better Influence
I am aware of the responsibility in spe king in ouch
terms of commendation of a teacher; but lam s Waded
lam doing nothing but simple Justwe to an excellent
man, In using the language which I have' here em
ploye& 013ARLIIS Hi IDGF.
1 have great confide: ce in the Bev. Jas. P. Hughes, as
a teacher, both in his aptness to give instructicm, and
his tact In the administration of discipline. I have bad two
sons under bis care, and from the moat careful observa
tion lam free to recommend the Fdgehill School as one
Of safe and thorough instruction.
je.4 dlm-rdjylfidtml ALECANDfiIt T. WOILL.
EAGLE VW" ORICS,
BOOK-BINDERS' 11111111 1 10-111411INBS AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND MACHINES FOE
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and PQdder Cutters,
General Machine Work and Iron and Brass
WOOD TURNING IN ALL ITB URANIUM'',
SOROLL SAWING, PLANING, EM.,
Icir Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Brass
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, &c.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS.
sir Cash paid for Old Copper, Brass, Spotter,
STEAM BOILERS, &O.
ABOVE STATE STREET.
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of various patterns, both stationary and swinging. Fast'
Wetable-nod various other building eitattuse, for sale
very cheap at the reay2.l-131 bi %GU, WORKS.
All Work Promised in One Week
1:0 4 .
PENMSYLV 6.N1 A
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISHMENT
104 Market 'greet between 4th and ith,
1 n R E r m e o r n ic
orm d a eEiC eo rdi t
e l t ° II of
Dyed, Cleeneed and flniebed in the best manner and at
the shortest patine DODGE & 00.,
WM A.• PARKHILL,
Third Street, next door' to the Telegraph Printing
TORES, dwellings, Office
buildings, factoriesplc., fitted up with gas, lead and
iron pipe in a workman like manner. Hydrants, Wash
basins, Bath Tab;, 1 ift and Force Pumps, Water Most a,
Lead ana Iron Pide for water, gas and steam. A share
of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All work
pr-mptly attended to. my3o43m.
WE, HAVING fitted up a large Refrig
erator, and having made contracts with some of
our most reliable farmers to furnish us with fresh and
sweet butter regularly, will bo enabled to supply orr
customers with sweet fresh ice cold butter at all limes.
my 29 WU. DOCK, dr. & CO.
SMOKED BEEF.—A splendid lot, large
and well cured.
FRESH invoice of Lemons, Oranges,
Raisins, Ace., for sate by
NIOHOL9 St BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
GLASS Jars for putting up fruit, the
celebrated /Wyllie patent, cheap, simple and et.
feetea4 warranted to give sAvsfactlon just received and
for sale by NICHOLS £ BOWMAN,
jel9 Corner Yront and Market street.
ICE CREAM Saucers, Philadelphia style,
for oale by NICHOL? & BOWMAN,
layMi corner Frnnt and Mitring at. .t.
BIRD Fountains and seed Boxes, Ca
nary and Hemp aced for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front od Market streets
EXTRA family flour, choice brand, just
received, and warranted to give satisfaction, for
sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jylo Oor. Front & Market Ste.
FOR FIRING TER
je6 SELLER'S LRUGSTORE.
A SMALL, but very superior lot of
Bologna sausage jest received, by
0w29 WM. DOCK,
CALL and see those nice and cheap Su
gars for preserving, ace. at
NI01:10LS $ BOWMAN,
1812 Corner Fr oat al.ll Market streets.
NEWBOLD HAMS.—A small lot of
these 04 lebrated MOM just moire&
r••r24 WM. DOCK, Jr., & co.
TERSEY HAN I—Ten tierces of these
CI justly celebrated sugar cured hams, reed vet and
or Wein large or small quantities .
WM: DOM, & CO.
CRAB ClDER.—Constantly on hand at
gki very superior article of gam CRAB CIDIL
WM. nom, Ja. kCO
SODA Biscuit, City Crackers, just receiv
ed and for awe by BICH CIS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front ad Market streets
Dates,.Prunes, Raisins, and all
kinds of Nuts, at JOHN WISE'S Store,. Third sad
LEMONS, raisons, cocoanuts &a., just
received and for sale by
NICHOLS re BOWMAN,
Cor. Front and Market streets
FRESH FISH every Tuesday and Friday
at JOHN WIBIIIS store, corner of Third and Wal.
pi.OTIONti.---Quite variety of mete I
and entertaining articies--ebeap—at
~ 411 • " SEIRPRIIRN HOOKWI ORE.
`A SUPERIOR:Iot of Dandelion and - Rip
ja„ 00e0,1 the store or JOHN WISE. my
WII. DOCK. it. & CO
Jr . & Co