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NOTICE TO ADVICBTILSERS.—AB , Ad
vertisements, Business Notices, Mar
riages, Death*, *.e., to secure . lnslrtlgn
in the TELEGRAPH, must Invariably
be accompanied with the CASH.
Monday Morning, July 28, 180 b.
KILL= ON Till RAILHOAD.-Mr. Thos. Wads
worth, an old citizen and soldier In the war of
1812, was recently killed by the 'cars while
crossing the railroad track at St:Clair Statioit,
Derry township. lie was in the seventy-fifth
year of his age. Ris stated that he . was pres
ent at the battle of Baltimore, and. witnessed
the death of Gen. Knox. '
Monza= IN.—The First City Zouaves, Capt.
Awl, were mustered into the United States
service on last Saturday evening, by Captain
Dodge. This is the first company that offered
its services to the Governor under the nide
CANE FOR THANKEGIVENG.—The crops in this
vicinity have, so far, proved to be very heavy.
The grass was good, and generally secured in
fine condition. The wheat and rye was, prob
ably, as heavy a crop as was ever gathered iU
the county. The present appearance of the
corn, wherever we have seen it, is moat prom. ,
ieiug, and if August should be as favorable as
July has been, we will have a large crop of
this valuable grain. Potatoes will be very
plenty, while fruit of every kind as a general
thing, will be abundant. Truly, our people
have great cause for thanksgiving.
WOAT Dae.Laas Ant TO BB TAXED.—AII eetajl
dealers are not to be taxed under the new na
tional law. Section sixty-fifth provides that,
" when the annual gross receipts or sales of any
apothecaries, confectioners, eating houses, to
bacconists or retail dealers, shall not exceed the
sum of one thousand dollars, such apothecaries,
confectioners, eating-hone& and retail dealers
shall not be required to lake out or pay for licenses,
anything in this act to the contrary notwith7
Reosumsa.—Those of our citizens who desire
to enter the army, should weigh the matter
well before they enlist In regiments out of the
State. Pennsylvanians, in enlisting in such regi
ments, deprive themselves of many advantages
which they would have in companies in their
own State. Besides, the bounty is as large with
us as it is elsewhere, and the recruit has the
satisfaction of knowing that he is performing
military duty alongside of his neighbor or
TIM WAR SPIRIT IN THI PITY. --ReCrOLII4
still continues to proceed vigorously in ordcity,
We are glad to see this activity; and hope and
expect to find every man giving his meet stroll-,
nous exertions and encouragement in enrolling
men for the new Bevy. 'There.* from badical
dons, but little doubt that the city will recruit
at least four of the five companies apportioned
to Dauphin county. 'lna wAyeriA loptineint
is, there iimaterial enough, and good material
too, to furnish the men, mind they wiabeforth
Tan GRAND Comm, in aid of the Volunteer
Relief Fund, alluded to in Thursday evening's
TELSORAPH, will come off in Biant's City Hall
to-morrow evening, rand is expected 'to be
one of the most brilliant affairs of the kind
that ever claimed the patronage of our com
munity. The programme embraces a variety
of vocal and instrumental music, by gentlemen
amateurs of our city, assisted by Mr.' 3. A. Ar
nold and laiy, formerly of the . Cooper English ;
Opera Troupe, and Mr. A. Voelden, also of the
Opera, who have kindly toinitteered their ser_
vices for the occasion.: The; ; price of admission
has been fixed at fifty cents, and we understand
that an unusually large number of tickets have
already been disputed of. The projectors of',
tho movement have gone into the matter with
a commendable zeal, and will leave nothing
undone to make the concert attractive and
worthy of the occasion. We trusty there fore,
that an overflowing house will prove how
omit their efforts are appreciated by our patri
otic citizens. The programmes will be circulated
(II Monday. Tickets are for sale at the book
and drug stores.
SAD AFFAIR-41. MAN BRIM TO DRATH
On 1 , ridgy afternoon last, a small grandson of
Jacob Castner, a well known fanner, near the
White Hall Hotel, on the Pennsylvania rail
road, Haverford township, Delaware county,
wan playing near the barn. Having some
matches, he set fire to a small pile of hay, the
dames of which soon communicated to a stack
adjoining the barn. The boy was only about
eight years of age, yet old enough to know
what damage he was doing. Seeing the fire
getting headway, he 'started for some water to
throw on it, but his grandmother, a very old
and being totally blind, of course was
not aware of the fire, made her appearance mad
directed dit lad to do something else, which
he started to do, leaving the fast spreading fire
to take its course. Mr. Castner was in the
house, and seeing the fire hastened out, but all
his attempts to save anything were useless.
Soon a small barn, neat the one already envel
oped in flames, took fire, and he ran to put it
out, hoping ,to save it. He entered the
barn, but was not seen to come out. The
neighbors soon gathering, a search around the
premises failed to find him, when the awful
truth suddenly flashed upon them that he must I
be in the fituneli Water was applied freely
near the entrance, and his remains were found
w here he had fallen, across one of the troughs,
one-half of his body on one side and the other
half on the other--the body being entirely
barat 111 two. His watch and some pieces of
silver coin were found beside :him. The barn
and all its contents, including this year's crops,
all the outbuildings and several duke of
Wheat were destroyed. It was with. Myth
difficulty the dwelling house was saved. The
leas is two or three thousand dollars, anil44 l l
covered by insurance.. Mr. Castner was `lab°
eighty yearsoold, and for many years kept the
Widte Boa Hotel.
Laucturr.—A colored man, named John
Wilson, was arrested last Saturday, „ hy. officer
Fleck, charged with the larceny of a caper
pump from the old. Wallower warehogig, at
the foot of Chestnut street. He was commit
ted to prison by Alderman Peffer.
TOWN Mammal—A meeting was be held at
the Court House last Saturday evening for the
purpose of adopting measures to combine the
various squads of young men who have enlisted
under different officers, and thus form out of
them two or three properly organized comps:
nirs, towards meeting the quota apportioned
to, this county. - <
TIM WAY TO PRIAM. —At a Methodist west
ing In Boston last week, the clergyman made
an appeal to his people to eidist in the army.
"Why don't you come forward lively 4" said
he. "I'fl enlist now—after )ou receive the
benediction, that will be a proper time to en
roll yourself under your country's flag." The
result was that in a few minutes after the ser
vices were dozed, the clergyman found his own
name at the head of sixteen true men, who
will all go to the Union army.
Simons AOOMINT. —An interresting son of
Rev. G. J. Marts, aged about four years, met
with an accident last Friday, which came nigh
resulting fatally. It seems the lad twee playing
on the balcony in the rear of his father's resi
dence, when he fell backwards through an
opening caused by the displacement of two or
three of the pails of the railing, headforinost
upon the paved yard, a distance of Some'ten or
twelve feet, which fortunately resulted in no
greater injury than a few hours insensibility,
and some slight bruises, from the effects of
which, this morning, he was gradually recover
THE ho-Nro for the benefit of the families of
our gallant volunteers, will pcsitively come off
in Haehulen's woods to-day. Omnibuses
will run during the day from the Washington
hotel, corner of Sixth and Walnut streets. No
Improper characters will , be permitted on the
ground, and an efficient police force will be
present to maintain order. The managers,
Messrs. James Sprncebanks and F. A. Mather,
have had much experience in such matters, and
from their activity in the present instance, we
have no doubt the present party will be one of
the best and most attractive of the season.
Tickets, twenty-five cents.
Lim. Hookas POILTIE.—A few days ago- we
noticed the arrival of our follow townsmen
Lieut. Horace Porter, of the regular army, son
of Ex Governor Porter of this city, and pre
' dicted for him a speedy promotion on account
of his efficiency as an officer, and his ,gallantry
and firmness displayed in the recent battles of
South Carolina. He left this city about one
week ago for New York to take passage for
Hilton Head. As he was about to leave, with
his baggage already on board of a vessel, he
received orders from the War Department to
report himself at Washington immediateli.
He was at once appointed by the Secretary of
War Chief of Ordnance of 'the Armies of Vir
ginia on the Staff of Gen. WOlellan to super
sede OoiAllatobnen stAtiemspeolasarequest , of
Gen. M'Olellan. The promotion is about as
rapid as that of his gallant chief, and speaks
volumes in praise of his military genius, and
efficiency as an officer. Never before in the
history of this Government has so young a
Iman been assigned to such an important and
responsible military command ; and we will
venture to assert that no recent appointment
has been made more deservedly. The gallant
Porter deserves much of hie country, and hie
eonntry may well be proud of him.
DRAM . or Bev. Bur. J. WALIAOII.—AI tele
graphic dispatch in last Friday's Tairtarcazn
announced the death, in Philadelphia, yester
day morning of Benjamin J. Wallace, D. D.,
after an illness of many weeks, which, h
ever, only assumed an alarming &O&M . ,
within a few days. It was thought that a
changeof air would restore him, and he was ,
brought last. month to this city, where amid
the pure atmosphere and the lovely scenery of
the Susquehanna, which he loved so much,
there was ground for reasonable hope that he
would recover. But this was not the case, and ,
two days ago he was taken back to 'Philadel
phia, to die. He expired at minutes before
nine o'clock yesterday morning.'
Mr. Wallace was born in .Erie, Pa, in the
year 1810. Hit childhood and youth were
spent in Harrisburg. From the year 1827 to
1880 he was a cadet at- West Point; but he
resigned and became a divinity student at
Princeton. He took a prominent, position in
the Presbyterian Church, attaching himself to
the New School organization, of which he was
one of the ablest and most italuible mettabent.
He has had charge of various churches inthis
State, and also in Kentucky. He was also, for
a time, a professor in Delaware College, New
ark. During the last twelve or thirteen years
he has resided in Philadelphia, and has been
the editor and a principal contributor of the
Presbyterian Quarterly /Wets, ever since it was
Mr. Wallace had naturally a fine mind, which
he had cultivated sedulously, not only in the
severer branches of theology and metaphysics,
•`but in every branch of belles lettres. He wrote
with extreme facility, but always with great
clearness, and with, the honesty and boldness
that spring only from earnest convictions. His
habits were retiring, but he was not the leaf a
most useful man In his church and in socie
ty. For a long time he , was a regular contribu
tor to the Bulletin, and his more elaborate con
tributions to the review which was prier his
charge made him most favorably kodirn to the
reading world. As a member of the Church
.Extension Society and other antociatibns (im
peded with his church, he was industrious and
:zealous, and those who have long been connect
ed with him in the administratio n of those io-
oldies will he among the most shmeremounmo
at his death. Ills family, to whom the loss is
:beyond estimate, will have the sincere sympt,
thy of , ail who have ever het!? riaabited with
ha, or who have hid ;mpg ipkowtpg
ail he flailed , the du lei a i inaband
BOUNTY TOR VOLUNINTRB IN BURS COUNTY
BEADING, July 26.—Thecommissionere of Beaks
county met to day, and resolved to appropriate
$30,000 as a bounty fund for ti.e voluuteersso
fill up the six companies from this county,
called for under the proclamation of Govemnr
Curtin. The companies are - now forming,
aroused withza true,war spirit, and an!: dt!ttir
mined Lobe among.the respond' `lo`thot
call of the Piesidentandllevionor.
Here ienunAti'edunty 'that pnye,tl4e,tlounty
direct WtFlour comnderion:
en not do thexurie.
ash .•r previons
notice the citipmptgenttlepown and vicinity
met in the sc"rollrbonse in Hummelstown last
Fru ri b o a r atr On" by volu Cary con ea 'one rom the citizens id
Hommelstown and Diary township as, bounty
t:o them" iliO`ire Viohniteeritii 'their ser•
vices in rewpoMiee tifireall of the President
,for 4htse.htfnelred ithougand viditn
teers in this,the hour of our peril.
The Rot 84(th t iras 43alled to the
chair, and the Revs. E. Huber and J. Stechtor
were appointed Vice Presidents ; Eay. 3, P.
Smith and J. M. liockafellar officiated as Sec
, After a few remerks by the President ex
planatory of the object of the meeting, pitrio
tio and stirring addresses were delivered by
Messrs. Weistling, Mumma and Allman, ail
of Harrisburg, which wine re&iiVed with the
greate4,elltAut 3 ' lll3 fa 1441:01piii8P the au
dience,• and, *rat liberally responded. Ai) by
some of our citizens in fifty and-hundred dollar
The following named, gentlemen were ap 7
pointed a committee to wait on the citizens.of
Hum meL3tpwn and Derry township to solicit and
receive contributions, in: small.as welrawlarge
sums:, ..0. Rev..'J. P. Britt* Dr.
Shope, and Alfred Hnmmei , forlinonnOtOwn;
and Joseph Strichler, "Josepli Neissley, joseph
Helsley,..Jooas ;Miller, Henry ,W. Kettering;
Henry Miller, and Jacob . Hooker, for the ifire6-
ship outside of HuMmelStOirn.
Oti'mptiis, it was agrsed that the last of op!) ,
tt ibutions be not published until the committee
have discharged their duty and the list is coin!
/MOW p That the Pickceed4gs of this Pket4hig
be published In the Heri)sherg papa's.
J. M. Boassumea., '
Esoomhenres Bluish—We are glad to see in
most everywhere signs that the nation is
summing from the inactivity and despondency
which followed the recent battles . beforeellich: l
mond. A brief reflection, sa l Ysr. er:rirteuiporstiy,
showed every man that no time was ;ics be 'lost
in MeilingMA `nreaking, brit that action, swift,
wise, patriotic action :was imperatively needed.
It was seen that= without this our peril was
imminent, that with this we had everything to
hope. It was manifest that the rebels had by
conscription brought their army up to the
highest point possible, and never again could
they make any more formidable demonstration
than they had. It was equally manifest that
we had by no means exhausted our resources,;
either in money:or men. The amp!. . 5 .. I.
remaining was, Omit we use- them?:,it:" ' I
would seem there could be but one ; answer.
And there is but one. Thank Heaven I that
answer the nation is beginning to give. • The
money must be 'furnished, the men must be,
furnished. ~Soyl the Peorder faiintqlfair*
the Pacicle, runts°. it shall.cbe. Doeslany one I
suppose that If we Show the sarsirr •earnestness
and self denial `' which t h e rebels h.rve ,siwwa
that. there can be a particle of doubt ,abotrt the
result? Suppose we put every availableidrin
into the field as they have done, suppose we
waive our ordinary business for the time, and'
concentrate all our energies upon this work,
suppose we wage war with all the earnestness
of real warfare, does any rational man believe ;
that the result can be in the least doubtfril
And does any man who understands the aims!
and the character of the relsel leaders think for
a moment that,,if we.were notuatedbimerely,
selfish motives, swam afford to allow them to
cenquarl It is , a4uestionnotelcuienfauppria;
sing rebellion, but of ,preseryingionr own. peace
and independence anctself.respectin-the future.
This the people are beginning ,to:urAeMtier d,
as they should. And does any erre who knows
the the men of these loyal States believe• that
they can hesitate in such a , mile?, 'We tiara
the people. From the very ontsirkof;this foul
rebellion they have been.,ttiu@re:steehtoi the
great principle, they profess... , They 410 e Met
every demand the government ,hass'inade on
them, and met it cheerfally and 'They
will meet every future demand.. They"will'
never allow this fairleritageto bei-blightekby
the triumph of the accursed' rebellinn. They
will remain f &hid - to the entl, , and Heaven
will crown thelrr fi delit'Vnirliiitriotism with
success. Let every man of ud move at once,
and do what in him Ilea to tieed thehapPy day
of triumph., . Now lathe hour to show.-whather
we are worthy of the "gifts., God has bestowal
°ponies; or whether " wuntingv. must be'vrilit
ten Against' l one names 'after we have bSen
'weighed in the tea,* in Wad?. Heaven has now
1 / 4 4
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 buninewl iznen, no hmger,,to,,remaln. behind
the " lightlhobseris < tibis COnipli3thin - of
& Kunkle's large brick building at the corier.
of Market and Fifth strowits, which isa duo
creditable to tlw;awbernildWriaittntatio that
part of our city.
The bnikljeg nok,only one of the largest,
devoted iiiikeigSomiE busdiess, outside of New
Without gotoghttct detailimemay safely. say
that the firm kervonhand:everything usually
,kept in a grocery store, (liquors excepted,) and
that they !!!al tio-ipian:pm*, Tlielr
offtiri!*# iio.oolilni.4ol4,,iiia have
B r a id under; nimironmsteheis what
ever to misrvisent or taKe r aeantage of any
=kite: "Vi e dal issztended to,
th 6 l l ty ri g fil-a#o3l4 1 -
rpthe ‘4j ,Vitet ei
—Among the many
fitoting. Ifulp 28, 1862
A &MD Pitswroo of the Friendship fire
company will be held in their, hall this
Add Eveii membdr is
requested to be present, as it will be decided in
Tegard`to having a pic the. By Order.
rs.Tazoiv CowrartmoS.-;-Ifon.Win Si. Mer
edith, ittthrneY Gaileralid the titate, has con
tributed the sum of five hundred dollars to the
Military Bounty Fund Of 'our county.
$6OOO Dimness WORTH or 17aw Goons I-400
pair of inites irect from auction, ae26, 87, 60,
62 and 76 cts.; 1000 ladies' white collars, at 10,
20, 80, to 75 cts. Great bsrgaine I 600 new
hoop skirts for 60, 62 and 76 cts., up to $2.60
pheapezt in town; the :largest assortment of
thVi piiited'areaa goals—all prices. 100 pleceil
white brillants et 124 cts.; some at 16 to 18
cti:oso ;dosien of breasts at 124 eds.. 20,
26 and 87 eta., extra cheap. 200 dozen of La
dies' white stockings, at • 1.2 i and 16 eta
diagtilficeiit assortment of em - hroidered cambric
band,_and cambric edging an i ihsertings; at all
prices. 64dosen of linen pocket 'kerchiefs, at
124 cts ; also'hellietitehed 'kerchiefs. Whole
sale buyers. e wouldinvite to.our leirge stock;;
and as we have a buyer _ in . New York, who buys
outfit the large anctione„ ,IWaproittile.tio sell
goods at city prices. 8. LAMY. t
We also received, 10 dozen of -real Germaii
linen pocket handkerchiefs for . gentlemen—a
very scarce'article ilifio'2o`pieees of white and
colored straw matting, and 6 pieces of new car
pets from auction , ; 5 pieces of black Bilk at all
prices. • ". ' 8. 'LBWS%
TO Tag: YOUNG OR OLD
`MaZi or lidnale,
If you have been wafering irooka babltiutiulged hi. by the
YOOTTLIOF 86273" SEXES,
WHICH CAUSE 80 M4NY , ALARMING SYMPTOMS,
MN: Men for Marriage,
And ie the greatest evil which can betali
MAN OR WOMAN.
See aymploml ennincraled in advoriiacineut, and if yen
area sufferer, ' - -
Cut oat the ad vern.ement,
And send for it at once.
-• _ 'Delays ire dingerciue. •
Alit for Heimbold'a
Take no other,
HAIR DYEI HAIR DYF.II
Wm. L. ilatcholor's lair Dye I
The only jlaordese and .Reliable Dyer Known I
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
Ifyou wish to Swaps ridicule.
GREY, RED tilt RUSTY HAIR dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and:natural Brown or Blast, without the lout
injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN lIRDALS AND DIe.LONAG have been &war.'
ded to W*. A. BATMILOR clone 18 9, and over 200,000:
applications have been:made to the hair of • the patrons'
of his famous Dye.
Wit. A. BATCHELOR% HAIR DYE produces a color'
not to be diatinguished from nature and is war/term
not to injure to the least, however long it may be contin
tied, and the ill effects of bad Oven remedied. The hair ,
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which Is prep.!
erly applied at No. 18 Rend StreekNew York.
Sold to all the cites and LOW,EIB.O the United States, byl
Druvlels and Fancy Coeds Dade*'
The Genuine has the tiameuVirilliam Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel Oda :engraving. on the four'
index of each box.
Whoteraleltietairv, 81 sarelay St.,
Late 288 Broadway, New Yerk.
Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation,;
Central Agency at Harrisburg Pa., of the
INSURANOR COMPANY OF NORTH MR RIC .
Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual. . 1
Capital and boots $1,200 000
so riffian, Joan A. Brown;
John Ner,.Riobard Weal, tenridshriVinfiliToil
E. Bowen, dames N. 'Dickson, S Merril Wain, John
mate; George I. Harrison, Fr illetEl N. Onto, Rd ward H.
Trotter, Edward 8, Clarke,—
ARTHGR G. OOF lA, President.
CHARLES PLATT, Secretary.
As central agent far th wpm° name company, the
undersigned is prepared to take Piro risks in any part
of :he aide of Penusylviulla, either annually or perpet,
luny, on the most favorable terms.
Office Third street between Walnut and Strawberry
a ley, Fla ke's row -
Scrap Iron and Metal Merchant,
MACHINE & FOUNDRY FURNISHINGS,
N. E. Cor. of South and Penn, and No. 17
Bahr bt, Metal,
Bar I ro tn,
New arid Beiond.band /holdouts' and Blarecemilhe'
Toole and Steam Engines bought IVA
Articles of every_ 4-sedation in use by Marbisiete'
and Founerymee, furnished to min..
Jar Cash paid for &trap Iron, Old Bale , ma all kinds
of Metals. jy2l dims
r E • undersigned offers at private gale a
TWO STORY FRAME MOUSE,
25 feet front an t 100Ifeet deep, tituated on East State
etreot near Filbert. The house to tn, goad repair, bre •
basement kitchen, water and all the modern improve
ments. For tartileriaformatlon enciolie on.the promisee.
jy22-dlws kDWARD PARKER.
SCHLEFFELIN BROTHERS & CO.,
AND OSALLERS in Fancy Goods, Psi
[emery, eta. Alin agents for the sale of Refined
Petroleum, IllomMating Oil, superior, to erty coal- oil •
tarnished Maar etianthieWat the lowest market rates
170 and 172 William AN'treet
A GENTS WANTED in every town ,
It: 'Tillage and city, to sell he aoldieracompatton, can
maze from ,$:3, to $6 per day. Samillea • Vont, yolk:
age paid, onto^elptof 500ents, Sedd fur, '
draw W. H. Hartivilap 918, Ildladalpia, Pa.
BAKER'S Cocoa, and "SweAt Chocolate,
tbr Nile at JOAN WIIVB, lyittint.,
jr3B,Dates, Prunes, Raisins,;•and all
kinds of Nuts, at JOHN WIT,W3 Store s Third . and
&hint. • : •
XTEW Orleans Sugars, white and bretvn
IA just received and for sale Itmeby ,
• - 1110HOLVE'BOWMAN,,
Car. Front and'Market 'treas.
• TERIBEY HAM . l=Ten tierces Of these
GP Justly 'oelobratel sow cured hemp, received sac'
or 'Wein - large oracaall quAimaitleo. • -
WY DOGS. 12.. k co 4
04 -113 ._ CIDtR:--414ina tautly on hand at
vats, impetaa.!rta4 of Amu aim ,
CCA-Bisouitv City Crackers, jusitreceiv
19'ed and 16 t 611 b y NIIOW ) L9 & BOWMAN,
Prix" Trout lid Market Media:
for pr qg, o 11 an d em=
J 7 c: Avarifit-efs!e;h;
BB3llls4mcnis qui itm
shis. Past Fe
- ceirstraNN4lllll4 by_
4 germ Mont and Market oireele.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
IQ, TJDOT PR uttLEa, of East Hanover
rowushlp, ono Morel, as a candidate tar the ot
hos or c,OUNIT 00.11MIn8IONER, subject to the Union
Republican Nominating Convention, sod pledges him
'lf II nomiost d and elected, to discharge the duties or
the office with fidelity J,lB-i&s,te
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
D"'.BERST; of South ilanuver
township offers himself as • candidate (or the
offi.e of COUNTY C)lititl-SIONREt, subject to the Union
Hetabllcan li.t1111:111/1Di Convention, and pledges himself
if nominate) and emoted, tt discharge the duties of the
office with fidelity Jen dawte4t
SAMUEL PAGE, of Swatara township,,
announces himielf as a candidate for the office of
County Cour, mi , sloser. subj-ct to the eteition of the Re
publican County.Goavennotm Re.prombres if nominated
and eleclei to'diartbfvee tide' defies of a.l office for the
good of the tax pa) ea 01 the county. Iw-elle wte
FOE THE 15THParma'
O. hundred more able bodied (mar.
clod or unmarried) men are wanted to complete
the .Second Hattallion of we above regintesit.
Its Headquarters are pleasantly4rnaked at "Camp
butahickonl! x o4the baultstof the Ilighuyikill, near
Philadelphia,wherefeciiits' arci - iirookly sent to be
thoroughly instructed heft/re going Into active service.
Honest, intelligent and energetic• nieciare parliontarty
wanted for non-commissioned oflicelit,lo WhOln as with
all recruits, every advantage of advanced bounty, pay,
&c., is given. ~
&premiere of two dollars will be paid say cltizeu or:
Solder for each acceptable recruit presented by. him.
Further information may be obtained If applied for, at
the office on Second stria t near the Market house,' Har•
'Milberg, Fa. THOMA 3 H. NORTON.
iYI9-dim Capt. 16th 1i.9. Thar., Recruiting' Officer.
GAIETY MUSIC HALL!
Walnut. Street between 2d and 3d,
SOLE LISS= AND MANAGXX, 808 RDYCARDB.
ADMISSION..... .... . .... . 10 - mid 1.5 . cents.
The autocrat of amnsemesinitunitduilitur, is` the de
cision rendered by the public as to the superior merits
of this temple of meotei dellgst. Our comic constella
tion Shines with unwonted lustre at every appearance,
heing greeted with Iterations eclat: Enthusiasm in.
MISS JULIA EDWARDS, the Bird of Song.
808 EDWARDS, the Ittdopent Jester and Dancer.
DAN HOWARD, the Excelsior Banjoist.
KINCAID P, the renowned, Acrobat.
KATE DAVENPORT, the Pleasing Damson
JAKE BUDD, Attila (ham Ckniedian,
TOM,MUBRAT Irish and Comic Vocalist.
HASTERVILLIB, the Wonder of the Age.
.1. H. DONNELL, Musical Director
J. H. VANED& N, Pianist.
To conclude Every Byenlog with a New aud Laughs.
Doors open at 7%, to commence st 8%.
JAKE BUDD, rts..e Meleager.
HAPPINESS OR MISERY ?
THAT IS TILE 4.IIRSTION.'
griElE Rroprietore of the 'PARISIAN .
1 OLIVNET UP WONDERS, ANATOMY End MhDI-*
DINE" have determined regardleis of expense, to irtme
free, (for the benefit of suffering humanity) POUR of
their most instructive and iatereedng Lectures on Mar
riage and its Disluslificallons, Nervous liability, Prema
ture Decline of Manhood, indigestion Weakness or De.
preselon, Loss of energy and TcalPeWers, the Great So
cial Evils, and those Mal dies whin* result from youth
ful fortes, Excesses ol Maturity, or Ignorance of pegs!.
olopy and Nature's Isis., These invaluable Lectures
bays been the means of enlishtning and swing thou
s tods, sod will be forwarded free on the receipt of fear.
stamps, by addressing SECRETARY Raman Damn= OF
ANATOMY AND listnevut, 563 Broadway, New York.
A MAGNIFICENT 7 octave Piano from
STEINWAY & SONS, NEW YORK.
44 OCTAVE SCHOOL ORGANS,
P. 1.10! only $BO luoe's make, =ag obea u ez i ol
2 ,tiriirliedarine7,44llgloW.V i tteent of our own mag'
Specially attended to.
S. WARD & CO.
New Music and Franke Store,l4 Market Square.
Call and no. iyl4-dtr
1717b1. A. PARKHILL,
P tr:M B E R
G A F E' B - . -
Third &net, neat " door 0 :go Plegnfic , Printing
QTO RES, dwellings, churches, public
ballchnipt, factories, se., lined op with gas, Mae and
iron pipe in a workman :liire 'banner. i.HYdrants, Wash
Wank Bath Tuba, ift'and Force Pumps, Water Olo.et a,
Lead and Iron Pipe for water, gas and steam. A share
of pubilo patronage Is respectfully solicited. All work
pr.mptly attended to: • • -myBo4Bu).
Sheet, Trou t
" Lead, 8,0 .1 k 3
FATAH CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.
MILITARY . AGEN CY.
BACK PAY BOLItTY • . • *,
7 " PENSIONS,'SUBSETENCE &c.
EUGENE ? .Storder, Attorney, at Law,
offioe, ThitehtlnetY Ifairtsbuig, Pi, will attend
w we collection of shllltary • claims,' under the sot of
Aesenabbi, of April 16, 1862 Bach 'pay of discharged
end deceased soldiers. county under Act of Congress,
icily, 22,1881. Pensions and °labia - for subsistence, 8c. .. • .13'10-dern
P,OM A DE;' 11.61r-drRbIBE
• ;ULM'S BRUGSTORie
ASMALL, but very superior lot o
' Bologna tannage Just recopri)d,bk
.h29WM DOCK; Jr'. &to.
- • •
1 , T1 ,100 Groats, assorLed 21509, juse-reatved; Lid tor
owe ut Wbolotsle prices, . .
drill WM. DOOR, Jr., & Co.
INCY COLOAED ga*yr, readypit, for
covering aillainths,tllotare.qitarnesc . &c.
neon sed other new patterns for sale at
6111161N5W13, CHEAP BOOPTORSI
. . .
(3101 - EAP'Sigirs, brown and *Bite, Nino
IL/ Orleans, Llverlog's, &c., ere now offered for Bale,
of every grade W Boit the purchaser. at
NICHOLS k ; BOWMAN,
18 ' . : .., -Monter - Front and llarlitt shreds.
YRUP and-Mbliseee; no len than eight
kinds, for Es eby , ,NICH)L9 & IitOWMAN,
jylB • " Omer' Tient and Market streets.
rIXTENSIVE assortment of Glassware,
X/ including Jelly glasses; PTeserie Dishes, Goblets,
Wosb'ers, /km, allstyles, 'just rebelves. and for
rale low by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,.
397 Varner trOst &Market strews.
TAALLA and examine those new Lars Mr
tk o f - -Fruh, the boat, ileapvit and femplest In market,
for We by NIOHOLS & BOWMAN,
i . jel9 Corner Trent sae Market atreet.
nA.NDELION COFFEE I—A Fresh and
. 1:1 'large sepidy of this Celebrated Caeiti 414 received
- WM. INXIIT Jr.. St co.
G ALL and see those nice and - cheap
•-• ivioviirlSreserving, to., at
Yhdroei; grant - Miitlret 'Presto.
NEWBOLD IIAMB.—A. small lot of
these et lebreted R&M just rewired.'
r 241 WM. DOCK., Jr., CO.
.LELI3OR .BAYED I . •
using rUTIIINI3 EXCZBIOR
mormixt withittKß, which wrings clothes 'dryer
than can liit dote by band, and wrief.x.n.hed Tint tir
handkerchief Wlibintt any alteration. Call and examine it
at ' D.,HAYNWS AGEICULTUELL STORE, •
irlaikNOlNN-ARD LEMONI3.-VY boet3
tkialistripoistvedismA printeiwaiti.o %. it
J arisiorif ,2 w. DOCK. & 00.
A" of Dal. elion and 131 s
Oollie, Ler sale at the store of JOHN IMBIL aI
BOOK-WNW IIIAING-11111NBS LID PENS,
STANDING PRESS VS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND NAORDDIN IDS
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Clatters,
General Nadine Work and Iron and Brass
C AST Ild4;18,
WWI) TURNINq IN ALL ITA BRASOIiI 4,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, RM., ETC.,
ir Any Machine of Wood, Iron or • Braes
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, Ac.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOW:
ifir Cash pidd for Old Copper, !tram, Speller, aro.
STEAM BOILERS, &O.
ABOVE STATE STREET.
CELLAR WINDOW GRATES,
Of rations patterns, both stationery and mimic's. Sash
WelAhts and various onus banding castings, for sale
very ch , tip at the Vny24.ly) EMAIL WORKS.
EDGEHILL SOHO° L.
PRINCETON, N. I.
Rev. JAMS P. Rooms, A. M., } •
Bev. Tam W. Cemeta., A. M.,Prina:Pals
illHlB institution, founded in 1829, is
deidgnetto prepare boys thoroughly for college or
r a traeiness life. The buildings are large and comcao
dicus, and the grounds embrace more than thirteen
antes. Both of the Principe' devote their *hole time
to the school, at led in the department of Instruction by
The military instruction and drill, (nuder the charge
of an experienced. Instracior,) is wedged so le not, to
interfere with the regular stadles„ocoupyleg a part of
the time appropriWed to exercise andvemeation.
Pupils are received at any time and charged cult' from
the este or ad f , MOIL NOW—SIM 00 per soaks of
- Tor circulars, or further information, address either of
the Principals. He'erenre ts also wade to the Rev. Mr.
Moos the Rev. 10. Hodge alai the Rev. Dr. MOM,
Professors in the lheokykat Seminary, Prfacdon, N. .T.
1 have for several years been intimately acquainted
who the rev. Thomas W. Cattell. Ile has had obarge
or two of my eons, and I can safely say I have never
known v a ny one in whom fidelity and devotion to his pu
pils, I have equal confilemee. Ile is a good scholar and
a successful teacher. I know no one who hut a greater
facility in gaining the love of his scholars or who exerts
over them a better influence
lam aware of the responsibility in spe king in such
terms of annmendation of a teacher; but lam s ►tls tied
lam doing nothing bet 8101,110 just e to an ezzellent
man, in using tho language which I have hare em
ployed CHARLES itoDGF„
1 have great confidence In the noir. Jas. P. Hughes, as
e teacher, both in his aptness to give Instruction, and
his tact In the adminisOnnen of discipline. thieve had two
sons under his care, ant front the most careful observa
tion lam free to recommend the gdgehilt 2fcbool as oue
Of safe and thorougb instruction.
jos dim•rdi ?Mimi ALES XND ER T. 114311 L.
All Work Promised in One Week
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISHMENT.
104 Market 'tree between 4th and. sth,
WHERE every description of Ladies'
mid Pentlemon' Garments, Pleas Goode, &a, are
Dyed, Cleansed And finished to the beet manner and at
the shortest ootlixt DODGE &
CUMBERLAND VALLEY INSTITUTE
FOB YOUNG GENTLEMEN,
REV. 0. EGE & SONS.
LH LUBEC AHD COMPICLIL SCHOOL.
°XIII" From September let to Feb. Ist. 1 misuALLT.
February bit to JMy let J
Charge $75 to 580 per sermon
air Send fore Circular ,
THEO. P. ESCHEFFER,
BOOK AND .1011 PRINTER,
No. 18, l I I MAREM STREET,
orParticular atteution paid to Printing, Riding. and
Binding of Railroad Blanks, Manifests, Policies, Cheeks,
Drafts, Am CARDS printed at $2, $3, $4, and $5 per
houeand In elegant style. 120
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 great va
riety of toys oi every description, Ladles' Work. Stands
and Fancy Baskets, Foreign Fronts, Nuts, Dates and all
other articles generally Kept la a confectionery and toy
store. Receiving fresh supplies every week. Cali and
examlnefor youreelves. WY. IL WAGGONER,
aprlfkilka P. oprietor.
(IF all sizes, patterns and prices, just
ky received sod for sale by
jola WM. DOCK, Ir. , & CO.
ATTENTION FARMERS 1
SCYTHES, SNATHS, GRAIN CRADLES,
RA IM, BOYTBS STONMS and RIMS in great
Variety, to be had ciao at
GILMICRTS Hardwart Store,
iele-dtr Opposite the Court ouse.
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. Kash box sold will be guar
'waived as represented. WM. DOCK, JR., ds CO.
WE are offering tor sale a splendid
qualm , ot Vanilla Bernet law piece, by the
vomi t ounce or elegy.
KIELLYIR'S DRUG STORE,
91 Market Street.
cROS6 & BLAMWELL'S , Celtbrated
MIMES, SAUCES, PERSERNFA, &IF A large
supply or the above, embracing every variety, juat re
eiveu and lor sale by [llo] WM. DOCK, Jr., & Co.
UUlthewly replenished stock of Toilet
and Fancy Goode Is uneurpneeed in tide city, and
jimmy confident of rendering satisfaction, We wound res
pectfully invite a call.. liscrits
91 Market street, two doors_east of,Pourth Street, smi th
MERE lot of Messina Oranges and other
Foreign Fruits, Just received and for sale by
corner Front and Market streets.
MOCTKA. FAMILY FLOUR, a choice lot
ot Kan family Flour. all warranted by bbl., or
rick., jest received and for salse low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jell° Corner t root and Market streets.
4AR 3 , TUBS, BASKETS, BROOMS
.and everything in the nue, just received in large
bnantitiee and tor sale very tow by
w". nom. OS
%DAR 111 VINEGAR 1 I
MADE from choice and selected Apples,
FA:O Oa gur!iusteed nets be strictly Yore. k
13RIME Cheese from New York Dairies
jusklesolved AAA for lab low by
moms a BOWMAN,
Owner from Rad Market Meseta.