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o1)1(11 i am sent to this department is in a fa
voralde condition. The negroes are working ,
i r dastrioudy. We have some fifteen thousand:
:v it a of corn and cotton tinder cultivation,'anit
it looks well. The system of valuntarrluboi
works admirably. The people are contented!
31111 happy. When the new crop is harvested
t h e y will cease to be a burden upon the Gov
eminent. By adopting a judicious system of
reward for labor almost any amount can be ob
tained. Its proceeds will pay the expense.
"I am, with great respect,.yours truly.
"Brigadier General of Volunteers "
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
BAlTmug, July 19.
lonr firm and advancing ; Ohio $5 25®
5 50. Wheat active for new white, $1 50C11.65;
red $1 40(11 44. Corn quiet. Oats advanced;
D ud very firm ; Pennsylvania 48144 a, Whisky
d n a at 84,1 e.
Mondar IttrOng,'July iStb
CLOSED.—The public schools of the oity,closed
for the regular summer vacation on Fridayi
and the juveniles may now enjoy an uninter=
Tilted series of holidays, until the fist
day of September, at which time the School
will be reopened.
THE SEVENTH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY. — Th
following is a list of. the 'raptured andtalssid
officers of Col. Wynkoop'slieveuth Pea Cavalry
after the engagement . with hlorgan's GfierlUas,
Capt. Essington. Co. B ; Lieut. Rhodes, 00:
B ; Lieut. beachtel, Co. 14 . ; Einstaiti,
Co. M ; Lieut. Obilds, G ; Maj. Seibert
prisoner. . •
No SerlNmanzasl-,postage &s a Legal Yin
der.—On Thursday &Ingress passed a bill iire.)-
hibiting notes of a less denoinination . thadene
dollar, from whatever source,' frolateing 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 cur
rency, to pay for any amount under five dol:
I ,rs. The stampeare tcv be redeemed in United
;tales notes. •
PIC•NIC ON JULY 247.u.—Tne Military Relief
mmittee, of this city, having
on by Messrs. Mather and tiprucebank who
Lave kindly volunteered to hold a 'plc-nio on
Ebv 24th inst., the proceeds oflwhich are to be
voted to the County Relief Fund, for the
benefit of the families of OUT volunteers, would
respectfully call the Ltteation of the public to
the fact, in the hope that their effort , may prove
successful. Gao. Baßconot,
0. EDWARDS, '
TAB CITIZIM FIRS COMPA4IT'S Pio Nic, which
is to come off at Haehnien's woods to-morrow;
promises to bu one of the
parties of the season. Extensive arrangements
have been made to accomodate a Very large
number of people, and the utmost precaution
ary measures have been taken to prevent
drunkenness and disoi der. The refreshment
thuds will be under the immediate suPerin
t udence of a•committee of the company, who
ill s ee that the privileges are not improperly
I. In fine, the managers have left nothing
mdarned that will tend to the comfort and
, sure of those Who may fairor` them with
tlwir presence on the'OcisOOD.
MED Testa SMINTMIIB.—The First City
n area, of this city, resolved on last Thursday
ling to again tender their services tO the
t eminent for nine months under the'recent
a. tof Congress. This action of -the Zonaves,
r s conclusively their already once tested
ititism, and we hope that they will, fill their
( ~a lpany and march to the seat of war. Spey
till up to the maximum itandard of 101
mos in two or three days; And with able offi•
ts to lead them, we have nodoubt they would
a noble account of tirimselves. They
tr, the first company recorded in . the Adjutant
heral's office under the nine month's law;
GI as soon as the Govertiorissues his orders the
' lb , any will 'fill up and move. We hope
is it services will be retained , thintlme as they
as fine a body or citizen soldiers as any
t‘ in tilt) State can boast of. .
I 4 PuRTANT Bum---The Militia for nine and tildes
',:ha .—A bill passed Congress on the last day
the session, and has been signed by the Pres.
at, calling all the militia into the field to
,1 down the rebellion. It is doubly import
from the fact that all slaves, after its pas
`,l.;l., who come within the lines of our arms
made free forever.
The first section provides, that whenever the
I fesident shall call forth the militia of the
`'.cues, ho may specify in his call the period for
ullich such service will be rikinired, not ex
ett Mug, nine mouths ; and the militia so mus
terea in shall continue to serve for the term
qktin,si, unless sooner discharged. If by rea
son ut detects in existing laws, or in the execu
tion of them in the States, or any of them, it
shall be found necenary to provide for enroll
ing the militia, the President Is authorized to
make all the necessary regulations; so as to in
clude all able-bodied men between 18 tend 45,
and the number shall be apportioned among
the States according to their popnlation. When
to enrolled, they shall be organized in the
mode prescribed for volunteers.
The second section authorizes the President
to call one hundred thousand volunteers, as i n _
fantry, into the field, in addition to the num
ber already authorized by law, for tho period of
nine months, unless sooner discharged ; and
every soldier who shall enlist tinder this latv
shall receive his first month's pay, and twenty 7
five dollars as bounty, upon the muttering of
hi e company, or regiment, into the service.—
All provisions of the !alit relating to volunteerg
enlisted in the service of the United States fot
three years, or during the, war, except in Ws
tion to bounty, shall be extended to embrace
volunteers raised under the provisions of this
Th third section authorizes thel l iesidemt td
accept such number of volunteers as 4%1' 1 : 41 1 %;
gutted for filling up the regiments of.
now nor in the service, for twelve months, unleii
Vtonaaca C i ontrrrcse.—We see by the Cin
cinnati Ames, titat'a'meetingof the merchants
of that city has been held, the object of which
is to take into consideratiori the condition of
the clty, and the probable' appointment of . ti
Vigilance Committee:, This hit movement in
the right direction,,and one that should be fol.!
lowed by every City, County, tciwn, and town
ship in the loyal States.
A NOBLE Wort att.—Morgan Barclay, eon of
Dr. J. B. Barclay, of Brownsville, Fayette
county, a member,of company G, Eighth reel
ment, Pennsylvania Reserve's, was killed by a
ball through the heart, in one of the late series
of battles before Richmond. Onireceiving 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
clainied, "It is well, and I - only regret that I
have not another to send in his place"—a senti:
meat worthy the matrons of the beat days of
Sparta and of Rome. -
A SHORT CROP OR OATS. —A MAW ENHRT.--,
It is feared that the growing oats in York coun
ty, has been singled out by an enemy which
will commit incalculable damage. The Pennl
sylvanian : of York borough says "a small red
wevil finds its way up the stem, and assumes
a position at the point where the grain connects
.straw. Frequently tweo. or more of
these, insects lodge taw a single grain of oats,
where they remain and suck the nourishment
required to nature 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; Really every grain
had one or two representatives ; and a number
of seeds had fallen off. In looking over a field
of thin crop, an alarming sight is presented. If
this insect proves injurious in :,proportion to its
numbers, in a few years the 011. tivation of oats
in this country will be limited."
Tim Hama Finuirems----The iguanalitia.—First
Lieutenant Wm. H. Weaver, at present in
command of the "Kepner Pei cil)le's," has sent
to Mayor Kepneri ofthis eity,•the following let
CAMP N AR ELUIRIBOIeBIJANDDIG,
July 9, 1862.
Hon. Wm. H. Hanna, Da►a Bra:—l send
you a full and correct listof the killed, wound
ed and missing of the . Kelin'er Fencibles for
the benefitof their friends.
Captain Thomas D. Horn, of Burlington, N.
T.. wounded severely in the back by shell and
Wm. P. Austin, Phrenixville, said to be
wounded, and missing.
John Beatty; Pittsburgh, wounded and miss
Sam. Leady, Muddy Creek, Pa., wounded in
right foot.. .
Alexander Leiby, ?dillerstown, Perry co.;
wounded in left leg.
Corporal Charles Maurer, Lancaster co., Pa.,
slightly wounded in head.
Thomas McCort, Clarke Ferry, Pa., slightly
wounded in head.
Hugh McCoy, Philadelphia, missing, suppos
ed to be a prisoner.
Johui Rairmert, Linglestown, missing
and sapwood to be , a prisoner.
Robert. Simpson, Harrisburg, Killed.
Sergeant Jeremiah Winters, Harrisburg,
slightly wounded in right breast.
WM. H. WELTER,
lst Lieutenant commanding co. D, 12th Reg.
GIVE US ALL TUB INFORMATION lOU Heys.—
We shall be thankful to ' those of, our readers
and others in tide 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,"
whom he is very apt to write hie 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, those accounts, if
allowed to be published, will convey much
valuable information to many who axe deeply
and intensely interested in the fate of their
friends in the army. Weaasure 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
likely to prove of interest to others, and the
letters returned, if requested.
NOT Ars Lose.-Virbile it is excessively an
noying to have 'so much trouble in getting
small change, it is by no means all lose to the
general public. Otte 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 probable that you cannot buy if you cannot
pay the cash down; hence, while sellers refuse
to part with apecie, a man may now a days
walk the streets free from thetemptations to in
vest quarters, dimes, or half dimes on candies,
nuts, soda water, lager, and a host of similar
indulgencen. You are rich, you know ; for
there coiled up in your pocket book, is the "V"
or the "X." Here is item number one. On
the other band, you are as poor as poverty ; for
on going to purchase, you find yourself with
"nary red," and obliged to economise Rolm,
to 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 tidier at Saturday night than . they
would otherwise have been. -Their expendi
ttures have diminished, and their net profitil
rather increased than fallen off. This may have
been, it is true, at some self-denial, but what
of that f The dollars have taken care of them
selves, as the ovum of the pence, afraid of
never being tide to tee any more, have exerais
vd-a-strict vigilance over the silver and nickels.
Vin at lead console onrselvea with the
reffection that in this *Je t o)s in . , many othersi
themo4nolawinthoui aiiiiikinen profit,
511ettt, ivatti D tlegac tatdjaltiontinc July 2L 1562.
l3ousyrr xo Voxurrusss.—The council of the
borough of York has appropriated the som of,
$2,600, or so much of it as may be necessarv,+
for the purpose of giving an extra nounty of d
twenty-five dollars to each man in the boroughi
and vicinity who may volunteer, be accepted
and mustered into the service of his country ati
a private or non commissioned officer." The
council has also requested the County Commis
sioners to adopt a similar course in the cormtry:
This action. shows that the Yorkenv are - gov4
erred try a patriotic' body 'of " fathers,' whd
are fully up to the demends'of the crisis: What!
will our city fathers do in the premises
STRATICD nifty afternoon, about
four o'clock, from• the. residence of his parents;
in West Harrisbring, Georie W. Shultz, a boy
of abontlleven'yeatcoAW:: effifthati On when
he left' "giailleiithcitY jean pan'talooue ,` whits
shirt, and slouch hat,•and was barefooted. Any
information relative beY i tilll be thank-,
fully received by his patent.
it' GEORGE S/lIILTZ. '
A Mona, EfITABLISIENINT.—Among the many
improvemenis laielYinadit 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 add 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 , *chillenges boinpation.—
Without going into ' detall, We ntaY steely say
that the firm keop on hand everything Asuiliy
kept in a grocery ,store, (fiquors excepted,) and
that they sell at very small profits. Their
clerks are civil and accommodating, and hive
strict instruotions under no circumstances what
ever to misrepreselit'oltike , s advantage of :any
customer, ' Aletkeral is' extended to
the public Lb visit - the new - buildibg and eiam
ine the extensive titook',' whiSiber they Purchase
Fenn ma Sas BOARD.—Amidst the &mg-,
iug fortunes of successor-disaster to (Mr emu
try, whore lay/write violated by bad Men 'and
bad measures, : the, chsap. - dry, goods, ftrzw of
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 fine!. the • flea
Board,with anice little assortment of diy, geode
for the prilsent - watm weather , which will L ;be
open, for inspection during •the day, at 'the
south east comer of Front and Market.
$5OOO Dorian WORTH or Nsw Goons I-400
pair of mitts direct froin auction, at 25, 87, 60,
62 and 75 cis.; 1000 Ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 30, up to 75 cts. Great bargains ! 500 new
hoop skirts for 50, 62 and 75 cts:, ap to $2.50
cheapest in town; the largest assortment of
low priced 4ss goods,all 'prices. :100 pieces
white brillants at 14 eta.; some 15. to 18
cts.; 50, dozes of shirt breasts . at 14 cts., 20;
25 and- 87,cts. b extra cheap. 200 dozen of La
dies' white stockings, at 14 and 16 cts. A
magnificent assortment of embroidered cambric
band, and cambric edging and insertings, at all
prices. 60 dozen of linear pocket 'kerchiefs, at
14 cts.; also hemstitched 'kerchiefs. Whole
sale buyers we would invite to our large stock ;
and as we have a buyer in New York, who buys
only at the large auctions: We promise to sell
goods at city prices. S. LIMY.
We also received 10 dozen of real German
linen pocket handkerchiefs for gentlemen—a
very scarce article • also 20 pieces of, white and
colored straw matting,•and 6 pieces of .new car,
pets from auction ; 5 plecet3 of black c ie . ilka T t all
prices, . . uw
• • TO THM YOUNG OR OLD.
Mate or Amok,
If you have beau suffering from a habit indulged in by the
'I I OOI7IO7MOTM SEXES, -
WHICH CAME* 80 MANY MARKING SYMPTOMS
It Unfits them' for :Marna — ge,
And ie the greatest evil which can befall
MAN CL. WOMAN. ; , ,
See symptoms exitiiiitiisted advi3rtiseinetit, and it you
are a t.ufferer,
Cut out the advertisement,
And send for it at onee.
Delays are dangerous.
Ask for if eimbold's
Take no other.
Beware of Courgerfeits and imitations. jyl6.d2m
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE I I
Win. A. Batchelor's Hair Bye !
The only Harmless and Reliable DZ i erKnOWll I
All others are mere imitations, and be avoided
'rpm wish to OM*
GREY, RED OR ROM HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and.natural Brown or Black, without the leut
litjury te Hair or Bain. . ,
FIFITEN Ite:DALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar.
ded to WaL A. Bucurnoit alma .18..9, and' over 200,000
applicsations have been made to the hair of lhe pairol2ll
of his famous Dye.
Wit. A. BATOHELOR'S HAIR' producos a color
not to be distinguished from nature and iii . WAXI4NTID
lAA to injure in the least, however long - It May be' contin
ued, and the ill effects of bad Dves remedied:. The hair
is invigorated Ibr life by this splendid pp),
..which Is prop.
erly applied at No. 18 Bond Streit New York.
Sold In allthe cites and towns of that tilted States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goode Dealers.
The Genuine has the name.“.Wllllaux .A. Batchelor,»
and address upon a steel Plate the leer
sides of each box.
ALARGE'mtifbliqrailor Mantle with an
enameled register Aso., all is good as 'new, will by
sold for one half „of original cost. Aleb a bath tub
shower bath with all other arrangements.nor hot and
cold baths complete, a marble wash stand and 11xturet;
alio a smalirsliel hot air ftirnacewith registers, Ato.
All the above articles. are in good order, and will be
sold for less than half their original east, the subscriber
baing'ibolitiurning his home In Third street entirely
into ofticis'and whim rooms, bat therefore no thither
use for theta. - DAVID MOMMA, Sr.
Jy2o-d3t . °tikes, Third it., Harrisburg,
A GENTS WANTED in every town,
riAvillage and city, to sell the soldiers companion, can
make from $3 to $5 per day. Samples sent, post
age raid, on receipt or 50 cents. Send for circular. Ad.
dress W. H. Hartley, box 918, Philadelphia, Pa..
IisCLINTOCKI FEMORAL SYRUP,
491111 INVALUABLE SYRUP, WHICH IS
1. entirely vegetable in its composition, has
been employed with wonderful success for
many years in the Cure.ot diseases for the AIR
PASSAGES and LUNGS. Fin any form of the
disease each as COUGH, TICKLING of the
THROAT, SPITTING OF BLOOD, DIFFI
CULT BREATHING, HOARSENESS, LOSS OF
VOICE, kid HECTIC FEVERS, its use will
be attended with the happiest results. It is
cone of the bot awl safest medidnes for all
forms of BRONCHITIS and CONSUMPTION.
No hauls= or preparation of Opium in any shapi
in this syrup.
PRICE $lOO PER BOTTLE.
For sale at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOS
Avr ttlipsWarlot nfriii4akdelion and ilia
joiLt o mie , ibi sallit the allure of 40'114 WISE. In
kimuifis.Dauthimits 40 -the , Owe
to lima/stout Monolsm ottir ; -t,Egt
Wholesale Fectory,'Sr Barclay St.,
Late 23S Broadway, New York
GAIETY MUSIC HALL !
NittaniitAtigeftattiehii 21011 3d.
ENTIRE CHANGE OP PROGRAMME.
HOLB LEESIII AND MANAGER, 808 =WARDS.
.ADBUSSION: .. .. .. ..10 tind•l6 cents.
The - antberat of amwements," unanimous, as the de
cision rendered by the public as to the superior merits
of this temple of mental delight. Our comic constella
tion shines with unwanted lustre:at every appearance,
being greeted with nprorious eclat. Enthusiasm in- ,
MISS JULTAiRDWARDS, the Bird of Song
' 808 EDWARDS, the Sttillopetn Atter and Dancer.
DAN HOWARD, the Excelsior Banjoist.
R. HibiLlAlD 4 ',lhe renoveled Actuhat.
KATIC'DAHMNPORT, the 14easing Dinseuse.
JAKE. BUDD, Ethlocean Comedian,
AM-RDA_ pruiPom Vocalist.
'YEA.ETER thaltroadei ic
of the Age. •
J. H. DONNELL. Musical Director
lb eeneivide Every Evening ' With alien , avid Laughs.
ble After/ ieoe.
Doors open at . % to commence at BK.
• MICR BUDD, SUse Mir Ater. ' Iy2l-1w
R ECRU - 42-S WANTED. ,
TOR THE 15TH INFANTRY
ONE biludred mprefahlei4bodied
gitiseloriutitialifitlYthin)irerrinied te" -
the Seitood Battallion - of the above rerinsent.
Its Efeadquarters, at pleasantly located st "Camp!
Wissahickon" on - the banks of the Schuylkill ; near'
Philadelehia,3 Where treenail — are 'weekly - sent to bei
thoroi ghly instructed before going into active service. .
Holiest, intelligent'and energetic men are particularly,
wasted for non - commissioned officers, to whom as with
all recruits, every,advantageof advanced bounty, pay,'
hc., is given.
A premium of two dollars: will be -paid , any citizen or
soldier for each acceptable recruit presented by him.
Further information maybe obtained it:: applied for, at ' i
the office on Second strett near the Market house, Har i l
riebtarg, Pa.. •t. - TIMM B. NORTON.
jylitillm Capt. 16th 11. S. lofty., Recruiting Offiorr.
4 FtW*Boies good Cheese, the balance':
tiL of a large consignment, are offered at an unusually
low rate to closeout the lot. To retail dealers there wile
be an inducement offered. Each box sold will be guar-i
anteed as represented. - Wll. - DOSIK, JR.,& CO: '
CHEAP Sugars, brown , and white, New;
Orleans, Levering's; esc., - artS now offered for sale,:
of every grade to suit the wyobaser, at
410E101.9 & 'BOWMAN,
Will earner , Front and. Market streets.
SYRUP and Molaasea, no less than.eigh t
kinds, for Bale by NIOH3L9 & BOWMAN,
jylB Corner Front and Market. streets.
PRIME Cheese from NeNN , -Tork Dairies
Just received and for sale low by
• . ' NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Jyl.B Corner Front and Market streets.
BUILDING LOTS FORSALA:.
DESIRABLt Building Lots on Ridge
Road and Boas streets, on reasonable terms. For`,
further partieu'ars &Quire of
408 N B. HCOVISR, Agent .
b1.7-dlos* South street between Second and Thid.
MN:BERLAND VALLtt INSTITUTE
FOR YOUNG G'iNTLEMEN,
• REV. O. :ROE & SONS.
AN ACADEMIC AND consult', scnom,..
setoue I F T m tzte rna mb ry er is t o t Feb. Ist. Azfsualy.l
Chargo3 $75 to 100 per session.
Jar Send for a Ciroular. • i9 l O - dtel ;
SIiTERAL Machinists. Also a stout
boy In the hhitoksejith shop. Apply at the
jylb-dtf EAGLE WORKS.
Ow or Hanantanaci,'Jnly 14th,1862. 1'
r 110 Jacob .111cipx, , T. F. Boyar, John
Young, Jacob lifiiffegreve, hittleol Newman,Henri
Clay, Henry P. Bhedearmel William Brown, Georgo
Youshling, Michael Forney., John Brooks, A. X. Shoe-rr at4er, WitgamilsFadden, a. W: Bair; 0. 0. Itawn, Fsq.,
and B. F. Biter, Esq.
GFAILEIISS .—The Bethel Church In Fourth street in
the city of flafriatnirg r or:known-as the 04nrch of, eod,
beitii le vie d'on by viand of sundry'terits orliktia Vaduz
to me directed, this is therefore to notify you that a
Court of Inquiry for, the condemnation of real property;
will be held at the Alert l'a Office In the City of Harris
itnrg on MONdAY, the 21st day of. July Inst., at Bevy)
o'clock, P. M., wh. re yen and each of you may attend if
you think proper. J. D. BOAS,
iy16.416t , . Sheriff.
MILITARY, CLAIM, AQE NCY.
BACK PAY, BOUNTY,
PENSIONS, SUBSISTENCE &c.
EUGENE. Snyder, Attorney , at Law,
office, Third street, Harrisburg, Pa., will attend
to we' collection Of military claims, under the aet of
Assembly, of April 16, 1862 , Back pay of discharged
and decemedeoldlers. • Bounty tiOder Act of Congress , '.
July, 22, 1861. Pensions and claims for subsistence, do ..
FOR *COUNTY COMMISSiONER.
DIIDOLP.H MILLER, of Last Hanover
AA" liwroship, offbni himself as a oandldate for the of
non of COUNTY' COlifdlsSlONEft, subject to the Union
Republican Nominating Convention and pledges him
self If nominated and,elected, to dis ch arge the duties of
the office with fidelity. vlB-d& eta
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
DAVID BERET, of South Hanover
township, caws himself as a candidate for the
office of COUNTY' thIIdIiPSIONER, sublect to 'the Union
Republican Nominating Convention, and pledges himself
if utiminatod and 'elected, ti . thicharge the duties of Chu
once with JOS dawtoit
SAMUEL PAGE, of S,watara township ;
, . .
announces Mandl' as a canlidate for the office of
tmunty Commissioner, subjcot .to the derision of the Re.
publican County Convention. He promises if nominate d
and elected to discharge the duties of sal I office for. the
goOd'cif. the tax payen'of the county. )3,10411 for;
„ LABOR - SAVED ! .
Brusing PUTMAN'S EXCELSIOR
amiss WRINGER,.Whieh wrIPP .0101114 P drYer
than ban be done by band, and wrings a bed gain or
dkerahlet wllhont.any alteration. Cell ankeaambie It
at I P. HaTifE'S AGRICULTORaL STORE,
jeBo-d3tawlm 110 Harlot etreet.
A LA.R.G.E ASSORT MENT of Family
Bibreif of 010bient styleSof binding, at 90e, $1 25
31 50, $2, $3, $4, $5 and $lO. . Also Pocket Bibles ot.dif...
terent styles and priesest SOHEFITER'S Bookstore.
DETERSIVE SOAP, something better
than Harriman's Honaehold Sap, Just received and
for sae by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jeS Corner , Front, and. Ibirket streets,
QDll$lO, OR Dandelion Coffee, just re-'
iapotived and for, sttle. by
. tiTHIMSIIs BOWMAN,
Corner Front arstikterket streets
RESH uk." vidoegfBB.lna' 10 - ranges and
lemons, 4856 by NIUMILS - if BOWMAN,
jeso Oorner Brent and Market !sheets.
T Ht general variety :of goods for ad
be found at Kelley's, is unsurpassed In able city.
Jee 91 Market street
firet the market, ,just received
Ibr sale by , WM. IKIK, Jx., & 00.
ar Bare 616 sing" dint ti VERY 51:Ti".ERIOR ,
V V LOT at len Mars cost.
ANNED Tomatoes and Green Oorn, at
PEI EE3, Oranges and Lemons, at4CEDT
AA; from $l.OO-Wlaiat
110011-BINDERS' AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND MACHINES FOB
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
General Nadine Work and Iron and Bran
WOOD TIMMINS IN ALL rrs BRANoitv,
SCROLL SA F ffilf — G, PLZING, EIC. , E7C.,
fir Any. Machine 'of Wood, Iron or Brass
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, &c.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS
()oh paid for Old Copper, Braes, Bpelter,
ABOVE STATE STREET.
.CELLAR WINDOW, GRATES ,
Of various patterns, both ataittimari.amLawinginr. Saab
We6hta andTartons other. banding - eastioSe , for sale
very cheap at e ; ., tmf2l-131 , RARTO,. WORKS.
93 Market street, llarrisburg, Pa.,
1 :16 Oil
NEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, :froth the bee
makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MAIITTFACTURED INSTRU.
lottwis,'Fßom . $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Dfums, "Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar itrings , and musi
mil merchandise . in general.
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
hand. Music sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE,. GET AND ROSEWOO
Suitable for looking glaises, and all kinds of
pictures always on hand.
VOO . KING GLASSE S
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the.
febl9-wo.sly 93 Market street.
A MeiGNIFICENT 7 octave Piano from
STEINWAY & SONS, NEW YORK.
41 OCTAVE SCHOOL ORGANS,
Priori only $BO, Piince's make, best and cheapest in'
market. Melodeons and musical merchandise generally.
Picture Frames, a cholce amortment or oar own nsake .
Mieelally attended to. -
• S. WARD & CO.
New Mueloimd Frame Store, 14 Market S quare.
Oall and see. iyl4 dtr
JOHN B. SMITH
H AS removed his Boot and Shoe Stare; from the corner of Second and Walnut streets
NO. 108 MARKET STREET
Next door to.Havne's Agriculture Stare, where be Intends!
to keepas kinds of LOOM a^d Shoat, Gaiters ' an4
large stook of Trunks, and everything in WA line of bu-'
sheets ; and will be thankful to receive the patronage of
his-old customers and the public in general at his new
place of buviuww. AR kinds of work made to order ht the
beat style and-by superhior Workmen:- Repairing dune at
short notice. CalOnn dOHP 13..13AnTH.
: 100 PERCH OF GOOD
BUILDING LIME STONE,
HOE Ewa AT TIM
111 9 2 7 dti
SCHI-EFFELIE BROTHERS & 00.,
WEIGLESALIiI DRUGGISTS ,
A ND 4)ILeLLERS in Fancy Goods, Per:
•L 1 ftenery, ho: 'Also 'agents for the sale ol Reflood
Petroleum, Illuminating illl , seperlor to any ecial 01l •
furnished Maar quanUtles at the lowest"market rates.
170 Q anal 172 Areet,
8.27d6m] NEW YORK.
r.ANOTH>;RSUPPL . Y . OF.
UNRIVALLED. GO LD PENS.
W I6 ES'!PENS in the world, for 750, $1 25
-1 60, $2, Sa,"snd $4, tor sale at
tettib y .= • 'BOIIIIFFSR , S Bookstore.
ANCY COLOAED...Pazer, ready cut, for
(savoring Loolcimg•filagmes, Picture Flames, ho.
neon 'weather now - pailetne for sale at
6ERGN4I93 ()EMU' BOOKSTORN.
sA4m, QOYTHI tiII'ONAS and RIFUS in groat;
vorloty, to be bad CHeaP at • • . =
au.szfers iterdwere store,
jolo-dtf OPPnaite the Court t i onto.
ar,Altara and,. .extensive assortment: of
ja-tiliiware, InOludirig lithlolfirlt Goblets, Allishee
Bowls, &c., &c., and everythine t Or preferidos, at
, • NIOHOL9 & B)V(MAR,
Jel2 Corner I. root and Market streets.
0.1:1EA1 04 for tkil kinds of - fikOohoiery,
bininall and large packages, for sale by
NLCHOLS & BOWMAN,
jel9 Corner Front and Market street.
WARDELL & LEVINESS, Pickles and
agent* fiersali at JOHN wranis. myi
SUPERIOR Quality'f Imperial and Black
Tea, Air eale by: .I+IIOHOLI3 &- BOWMAN,
my 22 cOrnet.rfOnt and Market streets,
TIN WARE AT .REDUCED PRICES.
iferketißreet,. Conger qf /Mier . Alley.
lIFFEIS for sale the largest stock of Tin,
and West lron Ware In Harrisburg.
iier Prices lower than tho 03 of any other ustab lteh
vent. The custom or store keepers woo parasite to '_
sell Again is invited. All work Warranted. jel7-dlm.
' - STOVES! STOVES 1 ! •
ojit of the best patterne cooking stove s
, are y:• be baditt the Cheap Tin ware and Stove Fe
of Lyn* Glibei t, Market, street. jel7-dim
j - %F the best patterns, Glass and Tin con-4'.
j/ stony on hand at Lyman Glibert's Tin Ware Man
nfactory, Market street. • - Jel7•dlm •
, NICE assortment, cheap at Lyman:
•• allberVe Tin and Sheet Iron Ware linaiulahioey
elite% street. Jel7-dlm-
WM. DOCK, Jr. ,&
i),:f i ll [ls, :d s , u gz iz tl ftn „.. ed ut i , R l :iv ,
.W r opit e to jp 0! ea AR ark e t prices.
.. - 71,01 .0.41,N i',..1. ';174. 11171b1)00K, ja, 4 go.,
STEAM BOILERS, &O.
A fine assortment of best plated
PRINCKTON, N. J.
Rev. Jamul P. Humus, A. hi., t
Rev. THOS. W. CAITIILL, A. M., .3
THIS Institution, founded in 1829, is
designed to prepare boys thoroughly for college or
f a biteinsea life. The building's are large and commo
dious, and the grouses embrace more than thirteen
acres. Both of the Principals devote their whole time
to the school, aided In the department of Instruotiou by
The military Instruction sod drill, (under the charge
of an experienced Instructor,) is arranged so as not to
iniertbre with -the regular idndien, occupying a part of
the time appropriated to exercise and recreation. .
Pupils are received at ally time sun Charged only from
the date of ads lealon. TIEYS:—SI2S 00 per session of
For circulars, or further information. address either of
the Principals. iteeretue is also.tode to the Rev. Mr.
From the Res. Dr. Hodge and the Rec. Dr. McGill,
Professors in the dhsoloyical Seminary, Princeton, N. J.
I have for several years keen Intimately acquainted
with the liev. Thomas W. Cattail. He has bad charge
of two of my eons, and I can safely say I have never
known any one in whose fidelity mid devotion to his pu
pils, I have equal confidence. He 18 a good scholar, and
a snocoashil teacher: dknow no one who has a greater
facility in gaining the lave of his scholars or who exerts
overthem a bolder influence
ei lam aware of the responsibility in speficing in mulb
Venus of comMendation of a teacher; but lam satisfied
lam doing nothing bet simple Justice to an expellent
man, In using the language which I have here em
ployed. QUALM HODGIr.
I have great oonfideece in the Fey. JP. P. Hughes, u
& teacher, both m his aptness to give instruction, and
his tact in the administration of discipline. I have had two
sons under bbs care, and from the most careful observa
tion lam free to recommend the Ifdgehill Fohool as one
or Safe and thorough Instruotion.
jel4 ALEXANDhIt T. WGlnitt
WM. A. PARKHILL,
Third Sired, next door to the Telegraph Printing
cTORES, dwellings, • churches, public
bniklings, factories, ,ta., filled up with gas, lead and
iron pipe Ina workman like manner. Hydrants, Wash
basins, Bath Tubs, 1 ift and Force Primps, Water Closet a,
Lead and Iron live for water, gas and steam. A share
of public patrOnage 18 respectfully solicited. All work
pr mpily attended to. my804.3m.
No. 69, Market Street, below Third,
M. H. LEE,
Air A.NUFACTURER OF UMBRELLAS,
DLL PARSOLS end WALKING CANES, will furnish
goods at TAMER PItICIP4 than can be Cousin io any of
he Eastern skies. m •rchsuts will do well to
call and examine prices and quality, and convince them -
selves of this fact. au23•dly
FOR PRES - ERVING PUB VO SE B.
A VERY superior article, (pure,) just
,ti received and &or sale by
Jen WM. DOCK, JR., & CO.
HAPPINESS OR MISERY ?
THAT IS THE QUESTION
• illaE Proprietors of the 'PARISIAN
OAB'NETUF WONDERS. ANATOMY and NMI
OINE" have determined regardless of expense, to Baca
free, (for the benefit of suffering humanity) POI'S. of
their most instructive and interesting Lectures on Mar
riage and Its Disgualidcations, Nervous Doi:ditty, 'Prema
ture Decline of hianhood, Indigestion, Weakness or De
pression, Loss of energy and Vital Powers, the Greet So
cial Evils, and those Mal 'dies whici result from youth
ful fel lee, Excesses of Maturity, or Ignorance or Physi
ology and Nature's law. These invaluable Lectures
have been the means of enlightning and saving thesi
s tads, and will be for warded free on the receipt of four
stamps, by ad frescoing SEOREI'AiIY PARMAN CAERVIR o■
AN AIM! Aim Mamma, 583 Broadway, New York.
HARRIS MANSION FOR SALE.
rIIR.L.S handsome property recently occu
i_ pied by the P/II VNSYLVANIA F MALa U azEGE
1.. offered for Belo. II 11 well.eutted saber for a titivate
Residence or a B ardlns Schield, being supplied with gas,
water, bath rooms, heater, range, etc. The grounds
contain valuable Fruit Trees and Shrubbery. Tile place
will be sold low and posseesion given within reasonable
time. For terms, &0., apply ta.
MRS. E. S. WAUGH, or
DE. WM. H. 891.11
Executors olßstste of Ref. B. E. Waugh, dec'd
WE, HAVING fitted up a large lietrig-
Orator, and having made contracts with some of
our mast reliable farmers to furnish us with fresh and
sweet butter regularl, will be enabled to supply oar
customers with sweet fresh too Gold butter at all time/.
my 29 WM. DOCK, Jr. & CO.
SSMOKED BEEF.—A splendid lot, large
WM DOCK. Ja. & CO
FRESH -invoice of Lemons, Oranges,
Eatable, &c., &c., for sale by
NIOMOL4 & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
GLASS Jars for putting up fruit, the
celebrated Milvilie patent, cheap simple and ef
fectual, warranted to give a ttisfaction, J est received and
for sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jel9 Corner Front and Market street.
TOE CREAM Saucers, Philadelphia style,
for sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
my2B rawner Front and Mart atrema.
MASON'S "CHALLENGE BLACKING. ,
100 Gross, assorted saws, just received, sad for
esie at Wholesale prices,
dell WM. DOCK, Jr., & Oo
BIRD Fountains and Seed Boxes, Ca
nary and Hemp seed for sale by
NICHOLS k BOWMAN,
Corner Front nd Market streets
TIXTRA family flour, choice brand, just
..124 received ; and warranted to give satisfaction ' for
We by NIOHoLS & . BOWMAN, .
jylo Oor. Front & Market Sta.
FOR %ISM MN
6 %MILLER'S RUOSTORS
ASMALL, but very superior lot of
Bologna sausage Just received, by
r. 1 1 ,29 WM. DOCF
CALL and see those nice and cheap Bit
sirs for preeerving, Sto. at
N/CLIOLS $ BOWMAN,
el 2 Corner Front and Market streets.
NEWBOLD HAMS.—A small lot of
these at lebrated Hann just received.
e ..r24 Wit. DOCK. Jr., & CO.
JERSEY HAM I—Ten tierces of these
justly celebrated sugar pored hams, received and
or attain large or small quantities
Wif.1)0011. 7R. & 00
ORAB ClDER.—Uonstantly on h and a t
very fraperlor article of armee CUB amaß .
WM. DOCK, JR. & CU
SODA Biscuit, City Cracker - A, justreceiv
ed and for me by MICH .L 8 &BO %ILAN,
Corner Front nd Market streets.
- EMUS, Dates, Prunes, Itaistss, and all
r kinds of Nuts, at JOHN . WISE'S Store,, Third and
Walnut. • myl
LEMONS, raisons, cocoanuts &c., just
received and for sale by
mums & BOWMAN,
Car. Front and Market streets.
FRESH FISH every Tuesday and Friday
at JOHN :WISLVS Store, corner of Third and Wal-
NUTIPB. ---4 4ttite a variety of useful
Fick r< txts,
IpallAKEkel3-(Jo' cow-And 'west Chocolate,
JJ Se "teat JOU W 7 'B, Third and Walnut. ,my/
1r . & Co