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vertisements, Business Notices, Mar
riages, Deaths, to., to secure insertion
in the TELEGRAPH, must invariably
be aecoMpanied with the CASE.
Friday Afternoon, Jay 25, 1.8610
PAID mrat SHADE n FurL.—Jno. L. Speel, Esq ,
the County Treasurer of this county, paid one
share of State toxin full into the State Treasury
a few days since. The commissioners and treas
urer deserve great credit for their punctuality.
The Slog AND WOUNDED Sommuts.—A meeting
will be held on their behalf in the Vine street
M. E. church next Sabbath evening at 8 o'clock.
Addresses by Rev. J. A. Ross, chaplain in the
Army, and Rev. Franklin Moore.
Paovosr MARSHAL.—Capt. Dodge, superin
tendent of the recruiting service in Pennsyl
vania, has appointed Lieut. Bleckner of the
48th regiment, P. V., Provost Marshal, whose
duty it is to arrest all officers and privates
absi nt from their respective regiments without
leave, and forward them to the army. Officers
and privates arriving in the city are directed
to report to the Provost Marshal at the Super
intendent's office, Third street, above Market.
A Haansmta VEHIOLE.—Mr. W. W. Boyer,
coach maker, Third street, below Chestnut, has
just tnrned out of his establishment something
decidedly neat and tasty in the vehicle line. It
is called a double-seated phmton, and was built
expressly to the order of Mr. Win. Colder, of
our city. The body is painted with a rich ma
roon color, and polished up to the extreme
point of nicety, reflecting objects with the faith
fulness of a glass mirror, while the wheels,
trimmings and other rirts of the vehicle are
perfect models of excellent and delicate work
PAY OF VOLUMERS.—From an official source,
wo gather the following particulars in reference
to the pay of volunteers:
RECRUITS FOR REGIMENTS IN THE FIELD.
Recruits for regiments in the field receive a
premium of three dollars; one month's pay in
advance, $l3; bounty in advance, $26, and
$75 bounty at the end of the war, or when the
term of enlistment expires.
The recruits for old regiments will be taken
for the unexpired term of the regiment with
which they enter ; and will receive all the
above pay or bounty as if they enlisted for
three years. They will then have an opportu
nity of identifying themselves with regiments
which have crowned themselves with glory,
and of receiving the substantial benefits be
stowed by government on war men, while
their time of service in most cases will be only
from eighteen months to two years.
RECRUITS FOE RIME MONTHS
Recruits for nine months receive a premium
of $2 ; one month's pay in advance, $l3 ; a
bounty of $25 in advance, but nothing at the
close of enlistment.
RECAPITULATION OF THE ABOVE
The recruits for the old regiments will re
ceive the following sums at the time of their
Premium for enlisting
One month's-pay in advance
One third of the bounty in advance....
Bounty given by individuals or the re-
spective counties where the enlistments
takes place 50 00
In addition to the monthly pay, a further
bounty of $75 is paid to each person at the end
of the war or their term of service, besides
having the credit of belonging to a regi
ment that has seen active service on the battle
NINE MONTHS VOLUNTEERS
The men enlisting in new volunteer regi_
meats for nine months will receive the follow-
ing stuns, viz:
Premium for enlisting
One month's pay in advance
A bounty from the government....
Bounty from individuals or counties
ARREST OP A DESERTER —An Exciting Chase.—
A private, named John Lyon, a deserter from
the 18th 11. S. infantry, Tennessee, was ar
rested some time ago in Reading, and brought
to this city, where he was confined in prison
until he could be sent back to his regiment
under a proper guard. Such an opportunity
presented itself yesterday, when he was taken
from prison by Sergeant Vanhorn, of Captain
Eyster'e company, to the depot, and placed in
the am, in charge of another Sergeant of
the same regiment. A short time afterwards,
however, Sergeant Vanhorn was informed that
Lyon had effected his escape, and although
that officer had been relieved of the responsi
bility of the prisoner's safety, he nevertheless
considered it his duty to aid in his re•eapture.
With this view he instantly returned to the
depot, and having ascertained 'from a colored
boy the road taken by the fugitive, he started
in pursuit, and in a short time had the satisfac
tion of discovering him on the Hummelstown
turnpike, a short distance from the city. Lyon
evidently recognized the officer several hundred
yards distant, and quickened his pace accord
ingly. When about a mile from town Sergeant
Vanhorn hailed two men in a buggy, and be
sought the loan of their horse to overtake the
runaw ay, which, however, was indignantly re
fused. The sergeant then continued his chase
on got, 'until he arrived at the farm of Mr.
Rudy, about three miles from the city, where
he fortunately secured a horse, and mounting
the animal soon succeeded in shortening the
distance between himself and the fugitive,
who, seeing the condition of affairs, broke
from the road, through a cornfield, and took
refuge in a deserted school house, where he
was captured by the officer, brought back to
the city, and lodged in prison until this morn
ing, when he left in charge of a more vigilant
guard, for Tennessee. It is said that this is
the second time Lyon has deserted. Sergeant
Vanhorn is entitled to a great deal of credit for
the energy and activity displayed by him on
THE PA3IPITLET LAWS for the year 1862, have
been received at the office of the prothonotary,
and are ready for distribution to those entitled
to receive them according to law.
ATTENTION Russia, GUARDS.—The mamba's of
the above military organization are requested
to 'meet at Brant's Hall at 8 o'clock this even
ing. Entrance opposite Poulton's Billiard Sa
STATE EDUCATIONAL CONVENTION. —The State
Educational Convention will assemble in the
Hall of the House of Representatives in this
city ou Tuesday, August sth, and probably
continue in session three days. The object is
to promote harmony of feeling and co-operation
of action amongst all the Educational Institu
tions of the State, and thus to increase the ef
ficiency of the whole system.
THE REALITIES OF WAIL —The following letter,
addressed to one who could scarcely be per
suaded in the midst of her sanguine hopes
for the success of the war for the Union, that
the haud which was raised to destroy the power
of the government, would in its blows, carry
down the object of her love .and -devotion, will
explain itself. It corroborates what has so long
been a dreary uncertainty, and we are now
forced to mourn the knowledge of the fact,
that the gallant and generous Simmons is no
more. No more! to his family, his country
and his friends. No more !. the leader of true
men in a just cause. No morel the indomitable
soldier. No more ! nay, let us rather write
that as Seneca G. Simmons breathed out his
mortal life on the field of battle, gallantly de
fending the cause of his country, it was to re
vive to the inspiration of that other life, which
is immortal among the redeemed in Heaven.
The letter to which we allude is from Gen.
McCall, now a prisoner in Richmond to Mrs.
Seneca G. Simmons, residing in this city.
The letter confirms our worst feara in regard to
Col. Simmons. It corroborates the story of his
death, and leaves us nothing more to do than
to mourn for his loss, and hallow his memory
which his own deeds have so beautifully bright
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, I
TOBACCO WAREHOUSE PRISON, July 16,1862. j
Ms Dittos Kamm : —lt is not to say that I
mourn the loss of a friend that I write to you,
although twenty years knowledge of his worth
and very many most estimable qualitieS, had
truly endeared your husband to me ; nor is it to
attempt to offer consolation in your bereave
! merit, which One alone, above can give. I
write to inform you that after Colonel Simmons,
who on the 30th of June, commanded the Ist
Brigade of my Division, was wounded, he was
captured by toe enemy, carried to their Hospit
al and laid by the side of Captain Biddle of
Philadelphia, my Assistant Adjutant General,
who was also severely wounded, and a prisoner.
During the eight of the Ist of July, as I am
informed, the Colonel sank under the effects of
his wound, and calmly expired at Biddle's side.
This I have from Biddle himself, who is herein
I have only to add, that the Colonel's body
has been brought to this city and is interred
here, where it may be conveyed to his friends
at the proper time.
Believe me, Dear, Madam, very truly and sin
cerely, your friend and obedient servant,
GEO. A. McCALL,
Brigadier General, 11. S. A.
To Mrs. Seneca U. Simmons, Harrisburg,
Lamm mom GEN. CAmsnos. —We have already
announced the fact that Con. Cameron, United
States Minister to the Russian court, had arrived
at St. Petersburg and had an interview with the
Emperor. The following extract from a letter
written by - him to his brother at Lewisburg,
Union county, will be read with interest:
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, June 22.
I have traveled half over Europe shies leaving
borne. The voyage across the ocean —nine and
a half days—was very pleasant. I kept my berth
three or four days, but was not at all sea-sick,
and the family had very little annoyance.
England is most beautiful in appearance.
There are no fences, but many enclosures by
hedges of green thorn, which are delightful, es
pecially so when covered with blossoms, scent
ing the whole air with their perfume. There
' are few farm-houses, as the lands are in large
tracts, but there are many cottages, occupied
by laborers. The land is generally let to farmers,
who pay rent. Some, of whom I inquired, said
they paid about fifteen dollars an acre per year,
and all the taxes. The farming is very careful;
no gardening that you have ever seen is so well
done. The crops are much like ours, only that
they have more roots, and leave a much larger
amount for grass. Indeed, cattle and sheep are
their main dependence; the cattle are generally
Devonshire, tor beef, but they vary in different
kinds of land.
A member of Parliament invited me with him
from London to his estate, sixty miles distant,
to spend the Sanday. His-possessions hid been
in his family five or six hundred years. Part of
the mansion was built five hundred years ago,
but it had been occasionally extended, though
no part was less than a hundred years old. There
were over seven thousand acres in the estate,
and two villages on it, with churches and school
houses, all belonging to the same proprietor.
His park had many hundred acres in it—in his
stables are many horses of the very purest breeds
—and his cattle were numbered by the hun
dreds. The estate is intersected by fine roads,
with gates to prevent any one from corning un
less by invitation. The people had lived here
for generations, tind seemed to be a part of the
land. I have never seen such perfect order as
all was in. The birds, pheasants, partridges,
hares, rabbits, squirrels, all seemed at home, for
no one dare disturb them.
. $2 00
. 13 00
. 25 00
. 50 00
I was advised to defer my visit to Scotland
until fall. In London, I saw Lochiel, the chief
of the Cameronians. He was very civil to me,
and invited me to visit him when Parliament
adjourns. He is a young man, called Donald,
and has an estate in England, with a larger one
London is a great city, but Paris is much finer
I have no time to describe either.
From Paris, I went to Belgium—thence to
Holland. The people of these countries are re
markable for cleanliness, thrift, and frugality.
But of all the nations, as a whole, I saw noth
ing like Germany. Our Pennsylvania dutch
need not be ashamed of their descent. I passed
four or five hundred miles, through Westphalia,
Saxony, Cassel, and other districts. On Whit
suntide Monday, the cars were full of the com
mon people; every station, and every town and
village, was crowded with them; all were dean,
well dressed, and happy. You travel hundreds
of miles without seeing a fence, but every inch
of ground-is made to produce something. The
mule are herded, as are the pigs, the goats, and
geese, of which you see large flocks, guarded by
old women or boys.
Thecity is grand beyond anything I have seen.
It is a city of vast palaces—but I have no room
I reached here on the 17th—have seen the
Prime Minister, who returned my call. The-Em
peror is now in the country, but is comiog in,
and I am to see him on Tuesday the 24th. „.
Truly your brother,
ptunevivanta MOD etlegraptL itibap 'Afternoon, Julp 25, 18t12.
Tan First City Zouaves only need a few more
men to fill up their compliment, when the .
will be sworn in ioupedia ely. _their head
quarters are at the Exchange, Walnut street. •
THLY ram Comm.—lnformation has been re
ceived at bead quarters that the recruiting
business in various sections of the State is pro
gressing with a rapidity equal to the most san
guine expectations. Everybody seems alive to
the importance of the emergency, and if notable
to volunteer themselves, are contributing lib
erally to encourage others to enter the ranks.
Pennsylvania will not be found wilting when
called upon to furnish her quota of defenders of
the Union. Thefollowing poem expresses the
sentiments of our people exactly:
We are cOming, Father Abraham, three hundred
Fr .m Idissiskippi's winding stream, and from
New England'is shore;
We leave our plows and work shops, our a ives
and children dear,
With hearts too full for utterance, with but a•
We dare not look behind us, but steadfastly
We are coming, Father Abraham, three hundred
thousand more ! •
If you look across the hill-tops that meet the
Lang, moving lines of rising dust yuur vision
And now the wind, an instant, tears the cloudy
And floats aloft our spangled flag in glory and
in pride;. - -
And bayonets in the sunlight gleam, and bands
brave music pour—
We are coming, Father Abraham, three hundred
thousand more !
It you look all up our valleys, where the grow
ing harvests shine,
Yon may see the sturdy farmer boys fast forming
And children from their mother's knees are
' pulling at the weeds,
And learning; how to reap and sow, against their
And a farewell group stands weeping at every
We are coming, Father Abraham, three hundred
thousand more !
Yon have called us, and we're coming, by Rich
mond's bloody tide
To lay us down for freedom's sake, our brothers'
Or from foul treason's savage grasp to wrench
the murderous blade '
Aud in the face of foreign foes its fragments to,
Six hundred thousand loyal men - and true have
We are doming, Father Abraham, three hundred
[From Our Morning Edition.]
NINE AND TWELVE MONTILS.—The Question Set
tled.—The misunderstanding in reference to the
term of enlistment of the volunteers called for
by the recent proclamation of the Governor,
which in some measures, retarded the business
of recruiting here, as well as other parts of
the State, has, we are happy to inform our
readers, been satisfactorily adjusted. By the
following dispatch, received in this city yester
day afternoon by Capt. Dodge, it will be seen
that he is fully empowered by the Washington
authorities to muster into the service all the
nine and twelve month's volunteers offered by
the Governor :
WASHINGTON, July 24, 1862.
CAPi. R. I. Dom®, Mustering Officer:
If offered by the Governor, muster nine and
twelve month's volunteers, by order of the
Secretary of War.
[Signed] L. THOMAS,
The reception of this news has given a new
impetous to the recruiting business in our city,
and the companies now forming here are rapid
ly filling up their ranks.
The first City Zouaves had over sixty men
enrolled last night, and expected to have the
required number to-day or to morrow. The
headquarters of the company are at the Ex•
change, Walnut street.
The Russel Guard has some seventy odd
men enrolled, and the cry is "still they come."
The headquarters of the company for to day are
at Col. Boas' office, corner of Third and Market
The Slifer Guard has also a respectable num
ber of recruits, to which additions are made
daily. The headquarters are at the Buel House,
North street, below Fourth.
P.lO-I , IIC FOS Ma BENEFIT OF THE FA/illll3 of
YOLIMENRIL —0 wing to the inauspicious state of
the weather, the pio-nic for the benefit of the
families of our gallant volunteers advertised
to come off yesterday in Heel:ll:Lien's woods, has
been postponed until next Monday. This ex
tension of time will enable the enterprising
gentleman who have undertaken the Manage
ment of affairs to make additional arrange
ments for the accommodation of the large
crowd of citizens expected to be present and
participate in the festivities of the occasion.
From what we know, the picnic promises to
be one of the most pleasant parties of the sea
son, and will be largely attended by the fair
sex, who are ever among the first to promote
any patriotic object. An excellent string band
of music will be present. There will be choice
edibles and drinkables; swings; ropes for Copen
hagen, foot-balls and other facilities to enable
the participants to pass a day of unalloyed
pleasure. Tickets twenty five cents.
How THE BECHT/11LS FIGHT. —linekellngalsby,
of one of the northwestern counties of this State,
aged 17 years, and a member of company C, of
the Bucktail regiment, is at present an inmate
of one of the military hospitals at Camp Curtin.
He was in the Drainesville fight,. and was
wounded in the battle of Cross Keys. In a re
cent letter to his sister, he says:
I was shot down twice. In the beat of the
battle a ball hit me on the right side of the neck
and came out between my shoulders. So you see
I was not shot in the back. I was stunned for a
moment, but soon felt the blood flowing, and
got up as mad as I could be, and drew a bead on
a rebel, and am sure I sent him into eternity.
After fighting half an hour another ball hit me
in the bead, and took off a small piece of the
bone. The blood. flowed faster than ever, butl
did not care for that. I got up as soon as I
could, and kept pouring the missiles of death
into the rebel ranks till the battle was over, and
wag then borne from the field exhausted by the
loss of blood, and by fatigue. lam now at No.
3, Harrisburg Hospital, am doing well, and am
anxious for another chance at the rebels. I have
been highly commended by my general and su
perior officers. -
That's , the kind of stuff the Bucktalls are Made
of. A. braver man never squinted aoresi a'B l l4
barrel than young Ingalaby.
IMPORTANT ORDER. —The attention of those
engagrd in recruiting for the volunteer service,
is specially dhected to general order No. 30,
from headquarters, published in another
part of this evening's TELEGRAPH.
YOUNG Max wishing to serve their country,
can have an opportunity of joining the com
pany of Capt. Bannvart, by calling at his Drug
store in Jones' Row.
THE. FoLLowza LETTEBB DRYINED
PI u 2 ; , .4 PTA
1-4 o 0
P 4 O O 0
p< 41 ' .41 0 A 0 0
The above letters mean.Urich and Bowman's
cheap dry goods house, at the south east corner
of Front and Market streets. jy24.2t
A. MODNI, ESTABLISHMENT.—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 houp,!' is the completion of Eby
& Kunkle's large brick building at the coiner
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 illenges 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
$6OOO DOLLARS WORTH OF Naw GOODS l-400
pair of mitts direct from auction, at 25, 37, 50,
62 and 75 eta.; 1000 Ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 80, up to 75 cts. Great bargains I 500 new
hoop skirts for 50, 62 and 75 eta., up to $2.50
cheapest in town ; the largest assortment of
low priced dress goods—all prices. 100 pieces
white brillants at 12 eta.; some at 15 to 18
cts.; 50 dozen of shirt breasts at 121- cts., 20,
25 and 37 cts., extra cheap. 200 dozen of La
diea' white stockings, at 12i and 16 cts. A
magnificent assortment of embroidered cambric
band, and cambric edging an i insertings, at all
prices. 50 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. S. DEWY.
We also received 10 dozen of real German
linen pocket handkerchiefs for gentlemen—a
very scarce article; also 20 pieces of white and
colored straw matting, and 6 pieces of new car
pets from auction; 5 pieces of black silk at all
prices. S. LEVY.
40 THT, YOUNG OR OLD.
Mate or Bangle,
If you have been snilaring trom a habit indulged in by the
YOUTH OF BOTII SEIRS
WHICH CAUSk 130 MANY ALARILING symProsis,
It Unfits them for Marriage,
And is the graded evil which can betall
MAN Oft WOMAN.
See symptom+ enumerated b advertisement, and If you
itre a .ntrerer,
Cut - Lout the advertisement,
Anil send for it at once.
Delays are dangerous.
ask for betrnbold'a
Take no other.
Beware of Counterfeits and /imitations. jyle. -d2m
fIAIR DYE! HAIR DYE! I
Win. A. Batchelor's Hair Bye
The only Harmless and Reliable Dyer Know n I
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
Wynn wish to eEcape ridicule.
GREY, RED OH RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly hi a
beautiful and natural Brown or Slack, without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFfEEN MaDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wit. A. BATOBILOR sit. e IS 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Wx. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is WARELINTID
not to injureln the least, however long it may be contin
aed, and the ill effects of bad Ores remedied. The hair
is Invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at No. 16 Rend Street Now York.
Sold In all the cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has .the name " William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
tidos of each box.
Wholen& Factory, 81 Par.llay SL,
oct2 d&wly, Late 232 Broadway, New York
Marine,_ Fire and Inland Transportation,
Central Agency at Harriebnrg, Pa., of the
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTE AMEBIC.
Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual.
Capital and Assets
Arthur O Coffin, Samuel W. Jones; John ,A. Brown,
Samuel F. Smith, Guarino Taylor, Ambrose White,
John R. Neff, Richard D. Wood, Willi un Welsh, William
E. Bowen, James N. Dickson, 9 Morris Waln, John
emu, George L. Harrison, Francis R. Ova, Edsrard H.
Trotter, Edward S. Clarke.
ARTHUR G. COWIN, Presiders&
CHARLES PLATT, Secretary.
As central agent for the above name company, the
underagned is prepared to take Fire risks in any part
of the State of Pennsylvania, either annually or perpet
ually, on the most leveret Ie terms.
Office Third street between Walnut • and Strawberry
Bct .ke'a row.
NEW MARBLE AND STONE YARD
_HAVING opened a MARBLE AND STONE
YARD on Canal Street, near Oliestnut street, oppo
site the P anaphora% Railroad Depot, takes this me , hod
of informing the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity that
hells Prepared ' o do all kinds of marble and stone work
in a superior meoner, Melon the most reasons bin terms.
AGENTS! MERUHANTS PEDLERS !
READ TIUS. -
FNERGETIC men make $5 a day by
selling our UNION PRIZE STATIONERY MORRIS
containing Superior Stationery, Portraits of ELEVEN
GENERALS, and a piece of Jewelry. We guarantee sat
isfaction in quality of our goods. The gifts consist of
Oily varieties and styles of Jewelry, all useful and vain
dabrasle.s. throttler, with Cull partitile na • ma K it uc ed s free. &CO, Ad
ap3O-Suid 88 Beekinan street, New York.
LTA VING made efficient and perrnament
L.A. arrangements for the purpuse. we are now Pre"
pa , ep to make BLEAK BOILERS of every kind, prompt
ly and at reasonable rates. We shall use Iron made by
Bailey & Brother, the reputation of which Is second to
none in the to arket.
None but the best hands employed. Repairing prompt
ly attended to. Address EAGLE WORKS,
my22ly Banisher& Pa.
BUILDING LOTS FOR SALK.
DESIRABLE Building I 4 ots - on Ridge
Read and Bolsi streetsf on !entail:o)le terms. • or
parriou'ars enquire or
JOHN B. HOOVER, agent;
jy/7-films Routh sweet between Second and Third.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
RIIDOt PH MILLER, of East Banover
township, offers himself as a candidate for the of
tied or COUNTY COISITAIONER, subject to the Union
Rem/Miceli Nominating Convention, and pledges him
s.lf it nominated and elected, to discharge the duties of
the office with fidelity. JrlB-damte
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
DAVID BERST, of South Hanover
township, offers himaalf as a candidate for the
else of COUNTY OMNI-WINER, subject to the Union
F er ,ohlf ra n Nominating Convention, and pledges himself
if nominatol !Lad enacted, t) dischar g e the duties of the
office with fidelity • jel3 dawtc*
SAMUEL PAGE, of Swatara townakip,
announces hnomeff m a candidate for the office of
County COmMi , sioaer. suofect to the deciteon of the Re
publican County Convention. He promises if nominated
and elected to discharge the dutlei of ad s : office for the
good of the tax pm era of the county. Jyt6 diw wte
FOR THE 15TH INFANTRY,
ONE hundred more able bodied (mar.
ried or unmarried) men are wanted to complete
the Second naitaltion of eta above regiment.
Its ilealquarters are pleasantly loc.ted at "Camp
Wissahickon' , on the tanks of the Schuylkill, near
Philadelphia, where recrwti are weekly sent to be
thororghly instructed before going into active service.
Hottest, intelligent and energetic men are particularly
wanted for non.zommissioned °Mears, to Whom as with
all remits, every advantage or advanced bounty, pay,
Sto.,, is given.
A premium of two dollars will be paid any citizen or
soldier for each acceptable recruit, presented by Wm:.
Further information may be ob , ained it applied for, at
the oMce on Second etre( t near iha Market home, liar.
risburg, fa. 1110.11A3 H. NOP.IO
j919-drin Capt. 16th Inftv., Hem:tieing Othafr.
GAIETY MUSIC HALL !
Walnut Street between 2d and 3d.
ENTIRE CHANGE OF FROGRADIEE.
SOLE LEMKE AND MANAGER, 808 EDWARDS.
ADMISSION 10 and 15 cents.
The autocrat of amutements, unanimous, as the de
cision rendered by the public as to the superior merits
of this temple of mental deligtt. oar comic constella
tion shines with unwonted lustre at every appearance,
being greeted with uprorious eclat. Enthueissm in
MISS JuLTA EDWARDS, the Bird of Song.
• 808 EDWARDS, the Ethlopetn Jester and Dancer.
DAs' HOWARD, the Excelsior Banjoist.
H. RINUAIDT, the renowned Acrobat.
BATE DAVENPORT, the Pieloing Danceuse.
JAKE BUDD, ith!cocesn Comedian,
TOM MURRAY, Irish and Comic Pocceist.
MASTER WILLIE, the Wonder of the Age.
J. H. DONNELL, Musical Direct-ir
J. H. VANHOIt E, Pianist.
To conclude Every Evening with a Now and Laugha
Doors open a tiN, to commence at 8 1 %.
JAKE BUDD, c-te. e Ma , agar. iy2l-1w
HAPPINESS OR MISERY ?
THAT IS THE QUESTION.
THE Proprietoro of the 'PARISIAN
CAB'NET UP WONDERS, ANATOMY and MYDI
DINE ' have determined regardless of expense, to sue
f r .., (for the benefit of suffering, humanity) POlll of
their most instructive and isterenting Lectures on Mar
riage and its Disqualifications, Nervous Debility, Prema
ture Decline of wellhead, Indigestion Weakness or De
pression, LO3B of energy and Vaal PoWers, the Greet So
cial Evils, and those Mal • dies Witten result from youth
ful fat lea, Excesses of Maturity, or Ignorance of Ping
ology and Nature's Law, These invaluable Lectures
hay, been the means of enfightning and swing thou
s inds, and will be forwarded free on the receipt of four
stamps, by adireasing BECBETAUY PARMAN Canna= or
ANATOMY AND MEDICINI, 563 Broadway, New YON/.
A MA.GNIFICENT 7 octave Piano from
STEIN WAY & SONS, NEW YORK.
4} OCTAVE SCHOOL ORGANS,
Price only $BO, Ptinoe's make best and cheapest in
market. Ilelocleonsandmusioalmerchandise generally.
Picture FrIMICIP, a choice as,ortment or our own make
Specialty at ended to.
S. WARD & CO.,
New Music and Franke Store, 14 Market Square.
/Weal] and see. Iyl4-dtf
WM. A. PARKHILL,
Third Street, next door to the Tdegraph Printing
STORES, dwellings, Oft&
buildings, factories, Jko., fitted up with gas, lead and
iron pipe in a workman lice manner. Hydrants, Wash
basins, Bath Tubs, I ift and Force Pumps, Water Closets,
Le a d and Iron Pipe fOr water, gas and steam. A share
of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All work
prrnoptly attended to. my30.1113m.
MILITARY CLAIM AGENCY.
BACK PAY, BOUNTY,
PENSIONS, SUBSISTENCE &c.
EUGENE Snyder, Attorney at Law,
office, Third- street, tfarrisburg, Pa., will attend
to me collection of military claims, under the act of
Assembly, of April 16, 1862 Bank pay of liscbarged
and deceased soldiers. Howdy under Act of Congress,
July, 22, 1861. Pensions and claims for subsistence, Ac.
mos FIXING TEEN
SMALL; but very superior lot of
Bologoa Eaussige just received, by
WM. DOCK, Tr, & 00.
- -$1,200 000
urASON 'S "CHALLENGE BLACKING.
100 Grose, assorted ideas, just received, and for
saie at Wholesale prices,
dell WM. COOK, Jr., k Co.
FLY PAPER. .
FANCY COLORED Pazer, ready eat, for
covering looking %tem p Pinter° Emus, &c.
Union and other new patterns for sale at
BICHGNICR'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
CHEAP &gars, brown and white, New
Orleans, Lwering's, &0., are now offered for sale,
of every grade to suit the tvwcbaser, at - •
NICK OLS & BOWMAN,
IY/ 8 Corner Front and /lariat streets.
SYRUP and Molasses, no less than eight
P kids, for NO. by NEU 7L3 & BOWMAN,
7ylB Qprner'Front and Market streets.
V.K.TENS.IVE assortment of Glassware,
1.11 including Jelly glasses, Preserve Mellen, Goblets,
I•Gmb'ers, Ac., lc., of alt styles, just received and for
tale low by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
197 Corner Frost & Market strews
CALL and examine those new jars lot
Fruit, the beet, eheapl.st and e'mplest in in market,
for sale by - NICHOLS at BOWMAn,
corner Front ane Market. West.
DANDELION COFFEE !—A Fresh and
large supply of this Oelebreed Coffee' net received
by Gail WM. 3:1007 Jr.. & Co.
CALL and see those nice and °neap Lin.
gars for preserving, &c., at
NICHOLS $ BOWMAN,
jel2 '' Corner Front and Market streets.
NEWBOLD RAMS.—A small lot •of
those o lebrated Hama just received.
e - r 24 Wit. DOCK. Jr., E CO.
BY using PUTMAN'S EXCELSIOR
CLOTHES WRINGER, which wrings cloths. dryer
Mau can be done by nand, and wrings a bed qnilt ny
handkerchief without soy alteration, Can and a k a + Min , ti.
at D. RAYNE'S AGRICUITCutaIeSTORE,
e3O-d3tawlin - 110 Ilwitot. street.
ORANGE 3 AND LEMONf3.-6 0 ,boesk
Joel received and in . ,
arirlB , . & CO.
ASUPERIOR lot of Dandelion and His
Coffee, for_eafe at the store of 'JOHN WIFIL my
BOOK-BINDERS' RULING-MINIS AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND MACHDIR3 POR
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
General Machine Work and Iron and Braes
WO )D TURNING IN ALL I'l'3 BRANORIP,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, ETV., ETC.,
Fr 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, Bpelter, &c.
STEAM BOILERS, &O.
ABOVE STATE STEM.
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of 'amens pattern, both station...l7 and awingio 'ash
Weight s and various other building castings, for sale
very eh , ap at the [tay24-Iy] +6L.. WORKS.
PRINCETON, N. J.
Rev. Jelin P. Humus, A. M., } Principals.
Bev. Taos. W. CATIELL, A. M.,
riIHIS Institution, founded An 1829, is
designed to prepare boys thoroughly for college or
fr a business life. The huddling are large and commo
diens, and the grounds embrace more than thirteen
acres. Both of the Principals &Tote their whole thne
to the school, ailed In the department of losuumion by
he mirtary instruction and drill, (ender the charge
of an experienced instructor,) is arranged so as not to
!modem with the regular studies, occupying a part of
the time appropria'ed to exercise and recreation.
Pupils are received a% any time Bad charged only from
the date of ad o iseion. Tusata:—sl26 00 per session of
For circulars, or further infortnalon, address either of
the Principals. Re'ereure is also made to the Rev. Mr.
Front the Rev. De. fledge ani the Rev. Dr. McGill,
Profenors in the Then !indica Seminary Princeton, N..T.
I have for several years been intimately acquainted
WWI the hey. Thomas W. Csttell. He has had charge
of two of my sous, and I. can safely say I have never
Known any one in whole. fidelity and devotion to his pu
pils, I bave equal confidence. He is a good sebottr and
a snoressrul teacher. 1 koow no one woo has a greater
facility in giiniug the love of his scholue or who alerts
over them a better influeoce
I am avvtre of the responsibility in ape king in such
terms of commendation of a teacher, nu , lam a Wined
lam doing nothing bat simJle just ee to an erJellent
man, in using the language which I have here em
ployed CHAR' BS ttoDo4l.
. 1 have great confidence in the Rev. Jas. R. Hughes, as
a teacher, both n his aptness to give instruction, and
his urn in the wriministration of disciplate. 1 have bad two
sons under his care, axis from the most careful observa
tion." am free to recommend the Edgehill reboot as one
of safe and thorough instruction.
jet dim-rdjylsdlml ALEXANDER T. IiVILL
All Work Promised in One Week
3. 0 .
PENNSTLV & tI A
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISH id ENT,
104 Market "greet batmen 41h and sth,
' HARRISBURG, PA.,
W H an E d ßZ: e v m ery ,, Liesc an nt
?l ion of ods l7 4 ll . ie a s
Oyed, Cleansed and finished in the best manner and at
the shortest notice. DODOS k CO.,
CIIIIBERLANII VALLEY INSTITUTE
FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN,
REV. 0. EGE & SONS.
AN ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL SCHOOL.
FE , am .. I From September let to Feb. let. usirar.
" February let to July let f
Charge; $75 to $BO per Benton.
air Send for a Ciroo , ar. jyleedtal
THEO. P. BCHEVFEE,
BOOR AND JOB PRINTER,
NO. 18, MARKET STREET,
gar Partici:Oar attention paid to Printing, Rullag and
Binding of Railroad Blanks, Manifests, PolieleS, Checks,
Drafts, &a. Cann printed at $2, $3, $4, and $5 per
housand in elegant style. i2O
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will find a large and well selected stock of
plain and fancy Confectionery of all kinds. A greet va
riety of toys or every descrlpUon, Ladies' Wore Blends
and Fancy Baskets, Foreign Fruits, Nate, Dates and all
other articles generally sept la a confectionery and toy
store. Receiving fresh supplies every week. Call and
exandnefur yourselves. WM. H. WAGGONER,
- aprlfi-dem P oprietor.
ill all sizes, patterns and prices, just
V received and for sale by
jel3 WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
ATTENTION FARMERS 1
QCYfH ES SNATHS, GRAIN CRADLES,
RASA twin sTONES and MIAS in great
wriety, to be bad =LIP at
GILBERT'S Hardwart Store,
Opposite Ik, Court - owe.
A FEW Boxes good Cheese, the balance
DR. of a large consignment, are offered at au nnuenally
low rate to close eat the jot. 9e retail dealers toere will
be an didncement offered. Each box sold will be guar
anteed as represented. Wit. DOZIK., JR.,k CO. .
WE are offering for sale a splendid
quallt7 or Vautlla Bean at low prices, by the
pound, ounce or singly.
MISR'S DRUG MRII.
91 Market Street.
CIROSS & BLACK WELL'S Celebrated
ki PICKLES, SAUCES, PEESEfir&S, gic., gm, A large
atipply o, 1110 above, embracing every variety, just re
eiv.i and Mr gale by [all WM. DOLIA, ar., s
)Ulf newly replenished stock of Toilet
kJ and Fancy Goods is nnsurpaased zu this city, and
ionnig confident of rendering satisfaction, we would res
peeWdly mutts a call. KILLER,
01 Market street, two doors - east oryourth street., south
FINE lot 42f Messina Oranges and other
• Foreign Fruits, jrld received and for Bale by
corner Front and Market street*.
TIXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, a choice lot
juiut Estri Family Flour, all warranted by Dbl., or
ssok, just received and for ilo low by
rucarms a BOWMAN,
e3O Caner Prima and Market streets
CEDAR, TUBS, BASK ET6,. BROOMS
and everything in the line, psi received in large
nuantlties and for sale very low !T v
CIDER 11 I VINEGAR I
ItirADE from choice and selected Apples,
111 and guaranteed by as to be aridly pure.
stealtwiolz or CO
PRIME Cheese from New York Dairies
Just rewired and for sale low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front end Market streets•