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vertisentents, Business Notices, Mar
riages, Deaths, to g to secure insertion
In the TELEGRAPH, must invariably
be accompanied with the CASH.
Tuesday Morning, July 29; 18616
IN TowN.—Brig. Gen. C. P. Buckingham was
iu town yeeterday,stopping at the Jones' House.
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Tea Csimmosv of Baptism was performed in
the river below the water house on Sunday, the
minister of the Baptist Church officiating.—
Three persons, two gentlemen and a lady, were
ewersud. Ihe affair attracted quite a large
concourse of people to the river.
Ma GA/M.—Dick Berthalon, the champion
bone solo player, and 8. 8. Hollis, the cham
pion jig dancer, are among the new attractions
at the Gaiety Concert Saloon, Exchange, Wal
nut street. They are represented as first class
stare," and will doubtless create a sensation
among the habitutes of that establishment.
Adj WILLIAM R. Hawnsitorur was in this city
yesterday, en route for Clearfield county, where
be goes to recruit his health. Adj. Hartshorne
was in the battles before 'Richmond, and being
lett at Savage station, he fell into the hands of
the rebels. He was parolled with others, and
is now in a condition to unfit him for service for
some time to come.
VALItABLR PROPRKTY FOR BALI.—The attention
of our readers is directed to the advertisement
of the sale of valuable real estate, in another
column of this evening's Tuatoadam. The prop
erty embraced thirty-three acres of land, with
an excellent frame house and barn, adjoining
the city, and a brick house and lot on Market
square. See advertisement.
BLIND MANUFACYIORT. — Our readers in want of
anything in the venition blind line, would do
well to call at the establishment of Mr. Sharpe
in Second street above Mulberry. Mr. Sharpe
makes the manufacture of blinds a epeciallity,
and being a first class mechanic, he gets them
up in a magnificent style at the cheapest price
posible. Give him a call and examine his sam
The wen SPIRIT is thoroughly aroused in our
county. Meetings have and are being held, at
which the call of the country for help is being
discussed by the people, and recruiting is going
on with much spirit. If not already done ar
rangements should be made for a meeting in
every township in the county, at which good
speakers should be provided. The quota of the
county is rapidly filling up, and our city will
not be behind in supplying its proportion' of
A Comic BLUNDZIL-A saloon keeper in
Cleveland, in the scarcity of change, conceived
the Idea of Issuing tickets "good for 'one
drink " to regular customers, when he couldn't
change their money. 1n printhag the tickets,
the printer made a mistake, as the saloon
keeper discovered to his cost, after distributing
a large amount of them. The ticket read,
"good for ona drunk." A numberof two.fisted
thinkers, who got hold of some of the tickets,
have been indulging in a series of drunks ever
since, greatly to the pecuniary lose of the " sa
FtAnnan Use or POSTAGE STamps.—Con
frees, at its late session, passed an act in rela
tion to the fraudulent use of postage' stamps,
which provides " that any person who shall
wilfully remove or cause to be' removed from
any postage stamp or stamped envelope the
cancelling or defacing markwiturreon, with the
intent to use the same, or cause the use of the
fame the second time, or shalt knOw&gly or
wilfully sell or buy. such washed or restored
stamps, or offer the same for sale, or give or
expose the same to any person for use, or know
ingly use the same, or prepare the same with
intent for the second use thereof, every such
person shall, upon conviction •thereof, be ad
judged guilty of felony, shall be Punished by
Imprisonment not exceeding three years, or by
floe not exceeding one thousand dollars, or by
both imprisonment and fine as aforesaid ; and
ane-half such fine, when collected, shall be
Paid to the informer."
La Hors Figs Cox PARY.—The members of
the Hope Fire Company, with a commendable
*pith of liberality and enterprise, have recently
been improving sod embellishipg the interior
of their building, which now renders it one of
the most beautiful and comfortable' establbh
tarots of the kind in the State.. The large and
commodious meeting room em the second story
bee been handsomely pipered and carpeted
with a magnificent patern of three ply carpet,
which together with marble 'topped oval card
tables, ornamental cushioned chairs and
le emixt. chandeliers, mahogany book cases,
beautlinl engravings and other ornaments, gives,
It the elVeacance of a first chits drawing
room. The Hop e boys are along the most
active and 'feed of our gallant firemen, and
we are glad to note this evidence of 'their pros-
A Rocas looking customer, whose name we
have forgotten, was arrested last Saturday
charged with maltreating his wife. The dis-
Pats arose about some trifling matter, but the
woman's tongue being rather the longest and
most active, she quite out talked the husband,
and lost his temper. "The man who lays his
hand upon a woman other than in the way of
kindness is a knave whom 'twere miss flattery
to call a coward," says Duke Aram in the
"Roney Moon," but Blackwell preferred the
amended reading of the actor who 'used to
beat his wife, "The man who doss sot lay his
hand," Rec. He proceeded to lay violent hands
on the gentle wife, and would have ornamented
her glowing countenance with some extensive ;
bruises, but for the interference of .some Oritg
eiders and her own determined defence. -
lailtice wishing to rebuke all such abuie of Ate'
Powers of the sterner An sent him to Piligiu
With his ideas of clihmhy eithertelY 0/Wiled=
Tai Fir Crry Zoftvzs, Cape: Awl, were
mustered into the United States service last
Saturday, and probably went into Camp Curtin
to-day. This company was the first to offer
its services, and the first sworn in under the
Flue IN Orrmule.LAND COUNIT.—The alarm of
fire, about ten o'clock on Sunday night, was oc
crsioned by the burning of a barn in the Can
odogulnet valley, about four miles from Fair
view, opposite our city. We could not learn
THE FAIRVIEW BAND-101 excellent body of
musicians—favored the Russell Guard, of our
Dity, with fine music for recruiting purposes
last Saturday evening. They will visit the city
again to-morrow evening, and give a balcony
serenade at Brant's Hall, previous to the cora
-1 mencement of the grand concert for the Vol
unteer Relief Fund, after which they will favor
a number of our citizens with serenades. A
number of the gentlemen comwsing the band
have joined the Russel Guard.
TEN VOLUNTIIIR BUMF CONOIRT.—This grand
and benevolent enterprize is progressing with a
success equal to the moat sanguine expectations
of its public-spirited projectors. The move
ment has enlisted the warmest sympathies of
all classes of our community, and will meet
with an unprecedented patronage. Apart from
Its benevolent design, an additional attraction
is presented in the fact that the concert will be
:one of the very best musical re-unions ever giv
en in this city. The programe embraces a va
riety of choice musical gems from the most dis
tinguished composers, both vocal and instru
mental, which will be rendered in the most ar
tistic style by the talented ladies and gentlemen
who have volunteered for the occasion.
In addition to the 'gentlemen amatures of
this city, the services of several artiste from a
distance have been voluntarily tendered, in
binding Mr. J. A. Arnold and lady, of the
Cooper English Opera Troupe, Mr. A. Voelden,
also of the opera, and Mrs. Hegman, an excel
lent amateur pianist.
The concert will take place at Brant's Hall
this evening, and we advise all our read
ers not to stand upon the order of their going,
but if they have not already done so, go at
once and purchase a ticket.
Ray. earn= repeated his great sermon, as
was announced, on Sunday, and the crowd on
the occasion was greater than any which has
ever assembled to hear the delivery of any ser
mon in this city. The Third street Presbyterian
Church was thronged longbefore the appointed
hour for the delivery of the sermon ) while
the side-walks in the vicinity of the-church
were covered with an a patient mass of men and
women, anxious to get within hearing distance,
and satisfied to occupy a place outside as long
as they could not get a seat inside of the
church. The great rush to hear this eloquent
divine, as we, take it, is to be traced to the
loyal feelings of the people as much as to the
popularity of the preacher. In either sense, it
is a credit to the city thus to sustain a good
cause and its champion. It is honorable thus
to recognized and approve that which is noble,
patriotic and pure ; and it leaves us with the
reflection that a prple who can time be gathered
around one commoritilitiWadllliteitioired to
devotion and animated to patriotism by the
eloquence and ferver of an humble though a
Most powerful and influential preacher of the
Gospel—that such a people are fully alive to
the dangers and the safety of the government.
Hundreds of people left the vicinity of the
church, defqxtring of being able to hear the ser
mon as it was repeated last evening, and the
hope was universal that the Reverend orator
would be induced to repeat it again on-some
future occasion, when those who have been de
barred from hearing its delivery would be
We understand that Rev. Cattell has been
invited to deliver the same sermon is several
Idcalities distant from Harrisburg, and it is
hoped that he will comply and gratify the peo
ple by its delivery e
Aa Onmou.—As the opinion of outsiders are
worthy of currency in this city, we give the fol
lowing, from , the Oh&.er County Zimes, as a speci
men. In was elicited by an article which ap
peared in the secesh organ, purportiug,to be a
description of the members of the late Union
Whosoever has, spent any considerable time
in Harrisburg, Must have seen a weak and
trembling, mendicant. looking individual crawl
lug up to the Capitol; asidsted `by 'a cane, and
bearing the inevitable impress of the deviate-
Virg, wasting, demondirsinic influence of alcho
hOlic beverage. They have sometimes seen
him sober, or partially so ; but generally
drunk. At times we have met the poor
creature in hotels, laboring under the influence
Of delirium, his mouth frothing, his eyes
bloodshot and rheumy, his whole frame trem
bling, and his emaciated hand stretched forth
to us, begging for a pittance to procure more
of the poison which has brought him to this
miserable condition. Such is - the man—and
we speak what we have seen, and testify what
we know—who chiefly does up the locals of
the Harrisburg rebel paper. Through such
eyes was the convention viewed which he de
scribes the paragraph we have quoted. His
ereploylis are cruel, beyond measure, to require
him to write such paragraphs, and thus expose
him to inevitable retort.
Youtia MIN RIAD Tars.—Dr. Shope of sum
meltdown, has received a letter from one of the
young men of that borough, now in the.army
in front of Richmond, from which we extract
the following, with the hope that every patri
ot/6 young man may read it :
1 Everybody here is in fine spirits. 'The on
ly thing tending to depress us, is the deplora
ble accounts coining from home. Yon seem to
have forgotten there, that the Army of the Po
tom= has never been whipped, that for the
little the rebels gained by our recent move
ments, they paid a ruinous price. Two more
shell victories as they claim, would kill the
Send on recruits ; shame the young men in
id coming. Give AS twenty thousand men to
fill our skeleton regiments with, and we will
take the premium off your gold and silver in
Never listen to talk of reverseahere, for there
has been none. We tried to get to Richmond
through the swamps. and found them impu t e.
ble, consequently we had to take another road.
Wq are now resting and recruiting, after wal
lowing in those swamps, and while we are do
this, we want 'a feW blow *ken to come
doirn and learn enough A t ioldiaring to go
= obg oott , heartoi4O'oia weidiedikein."
Two COLORED men named Wm. Chilton and
Singleton Sanders, were arrested - last Saturday
by officer Campbell, charged with the larceny
of a Sharpe's revolver, watch and chain, and a
box of cartridges from Mr. Charles Waiters, re
siding in North street. The stolen property
was found in their possession.: Justice Beader
sent them to prison to answer.
TUN "WASHINGTON' PIINSIErTLYAIGA SOLDTNItie
Rsxrsv AssOctsnort," having opened art ofelPo
at No. 5 Washington Building% corner -oflth
street and Pennsylvania avenue, Washington
city, where will be fodnd a register of ailkeign
sy it anis soldiers in ,or iinatad'ihiat city.4in hos
pitals, invite the friends of the wane to call,
assuring them that all possible aid will•be ex
tended in. finding their sons. _Mr. Charles L.
Wells, thelltegister, will be;fottad 4;4lAltrice.
The Corresponding Secretary, Mr. S. Todd Par
ley, will answer all Mittman regard to el& and
wounded Pennsylvania soldiers, whether in or
around that city, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, or New Haven. Address, care Box 134 i,
Washington, D. C.
Tux Coin teortursrso.—ltecrulting con
tinues lively in the city, there being no less .
than five companies in progress of formation,
besides two or three recruiting stations for the
The First City Zouaves have sometlhing like
ninety men enrolled,And only want a few more
to make up their complement. They can be
heard of at the Exchange, Walnut street.
The Eussel Guards are progretaing finely,
and will most likely be the next company
sworn into service. Their headqutuiers is at
the office of Col. Boas, corner of Market and
The Slifer Gag& are also adding many to
their roll daily, with every prospect of an early
filling up. Their recruiting flag hangs out at the
Buel House, North street,- below,Ourth.
It. S. Boyd has• opened a rot' at:the Kaulunge
for a volunteer company, to be called the Pax
todlitangers, and:ie recsoitlng flattering
succeas. Ms headquarters are at the Ex:Change. ,
John J. Ball, another old 'add- experienced
military o ffi cer is ale° huniingqqiieerttitslora
volunteer company, and getting about •ffisalyi
It will be seen, therefore, that there is no
lack of opportunities presented to our young
men to serve their country in lids the. hour of
HARRISBURG SUNDAY SuROOL . tionassi,lllll,ON.
—At the monthly meeting of this assticiation,
held on Sunday last, the fact was allhded to
that many young•men in our Sunday 'Soliools
were about entering the army, , and:ynrions
modes were suggested in which their tWon
to the Sunday School could be made servicea
ble to them whilst they were absent maw this
errand of patriotism. The WOwine rtrsOlti
tions were unaimotuilyadopteci. ~•
Resolvid, That Abitt•Associatir* remmuirtind ,
to the respective classes, gfrotitnyhich young
men go into the army, to preserve their pho
tographs in the class, accepting these as their
reprelentatives when their names are called
week to week.
Resolved, That such absent members be taxed
to keep up a regular correspondence wi t th eir
class and be encouraged occasionally to .0 . ) to
the school through the superintendent.
liesolord, That they be urged to alike *none
their love for the Funday School, and "offer to the chaplains of their reepoestive reesiLeetme..
cooperate with him in any efforts he may make
to organize bible classes among their fellow
llutannuata LIvE 8 - roog lidsakar we THE
WEEK ENDING FRIDAY, Amy 26, 1862 —Total
receipts of live stock of all kinds for the week,
at Harrisbur& atonic yards, 14291 beef cattle,
2,009 sheep, , 174 . logs, 641 horses.
The sales of _beef cattle and sheep during
Friday were : •
Jacob Seldenridge sold 113 bead beef cattle ®
$4 10 per 110 pounds.
Myers& Bro. sold 37 bead beef cattle ®B4 20
per 100 pounds.
West & Mclntyre sold 96 head beef cattle ®,
$4 25 per 100 pounds.
J. Modderwill sold 32 head beef cattle ®,
$4lO per 100 pounds.
B. Redd sold 16 head beef cattle @s4lo per
P. Carper sold 118 bead beef cattle (44 20
per 100 pounds.
Geo. Myers sold 4 head beef cattle:®s4 26
per 100 pounds.
Obas. Long sold 191 head sheep tgB 60, per
bead. " '
Making total sales of beef cattle on FtMay;
The following ,droves of beef cattle were in
market this week :
Cleo. Lehman 28
West & M'lntyre.. 95
Works & Wanner
Myers & Bro 66
Jas. M'Callister.'.. 92
Thos. M00ney..... 49
Owen Scully 81
IL Thompson 41
J. Drisbach 15
DM= Yheas Aco vs. hEDBPAINDINCIII awn.
—Our remembrance tikes us back some thirty,
years. At that Mine' the' th e
upper end of the city was owned by Mr.' Rhfne- ,
ard, and generally known as Shad Island, froni
the fact of large numbers' of 'beattiful shad lin
ing caught there. Some yews since •Mr. Jacob
Schell became the purchaser,; and leased it to
Mr. J.ames W. Morgah c who named , itindepeti
dance blind, arid beautified it as a resort for
pleasure seekers' during, the warm weather.—
The present proprietor, Mr. Colo, has. spaired
no pains In fitting it rip for the reception of
visitors this season ; and with the easy access by
rope ferry, and the connection of Baily's Island
for bathing purposes, it cannot be surpassed by
any modern Cape M ay. After returning from
the Island, refr4hed and pleased, stop in at the
cheap dry goods house of Ifrich & Bowman,
corner of Front and Market streets. jy2B-2t.
A limn .IDynaitutututniTeAMollg the many
improvements lately nitide in our city, to which
we can point with pride as an evidence of pros'
pOity and as a determination on the part ,of
our business men, nce:lotiger to:renitain behind
the " light house," is the completion of Eby
& Kunkle's large brick building at the corner
of Market and Fifth streets, which is alike
creditable to the pvtt4erslndorpamental to that
part of our' city.
The building is not only one of the largest,
devoted to the, groceryt business, outside of New
York, but the stock challenges competion.='-
Without going into detail, we may safely say
that the firm keep on hand everything, usually
kept in sErocery store, (liquors excepted,) and
that they aeli -at very quail profits. Thei r
Clerks.* din aid accommo4atin& and have
strict instructions under no circumstances what.
over t o , orggesent cs tat. ,a4,yarijage of any
customer: A genertd,teA4tion extended t o
SIIU prebiiiito iriattheneti - banoli;a4 4a#L
ntsbap Morning Julp 29, 1862.
B. Redd & Sherman- 80
M. Landis: 16
J. Modderwell...-. 82
Thos. Glass. .... 64,
Worm & Porter... "48.
Holmes '& PfeSer... 80,
Jas. Stevens..• 79
Owen Sailth 102
E. Williams Mei
$6OOO DOLLARS WORTH or New Goons 1-400
pair of mitts direct from auction, at 25, 37, 60,
62and 75 cts.; 1000 ladies' white collars, at 10,
20;30, up to 75 Ole. Great bargains! 500 pew
hoop skirts for 60, 62 and 76 cts., up to $2.50
cheapest in town; the largest assortment of
low priced dress goods—all prices. 100 piec,s
white brillaitts at 124 ets.; some at 16 to 18
eta.; 60 dozen of shirt breasts at 124 cts., 20.
25 and 87 cta., extra cheap. 200 dozen of LS
dies' white stockings, at 124 and 16 cts. A
magnificent aillortm en t of embroidered cambric
band, and cambric edging ant insertings, at ail
prices. 50 dozen of lioeu pocket 'kerchiefs, at
124 cts ; also hemstitched 'kerchlefs Whole
sale buyers we arttuld 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. LRWY.
Are.alstt received 10 duzen of real German
linen .pockeehandkerchiefs for gentlemen—a
very strrAt 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. Law-r.
TO TH , :. YOUNG OR OLD.
Mak or Ratak,
Upon have been suffering from a habit in aulged in by tlio
Y 001710? BOTH MUM,
WWII CAUSE 80 MANY ALARMING SYMPTOMS,
It Oats thew for /Arrive,
And k the gragett ovo which can betel
MAN OR WOMAN.
Bee symptoms enumerated in advertisement, and IS you
are a :utterer,
Cut mat thendvertiettnent,
And send for ft at Once.
Deieya are dangerous.
Asir for Belmhold'e
pike no other.
Beware of Cbunterfeits and Imitations. jyl6-d2in
1-1 AIR DYE I HAIR DYE I I
Win. 4. Batobelor's Hair Bye I
The only Harmless and 'Reliable Dyer Known 1
MI others are neezeimltetions. and sheet,' be avoided
tryou wish to memo ridicule.
GREY, RED OR WSW .HAIR dyed: lostantly to a
beautihil and natural Brown or tilsok,.without the least
Injury to Skit or gain.
FUTICEN MaDALS LNO DI Ad hake bean awar
ded to W. A. 9190913G91 Aline 19 9, and over 200,000
applications bake been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
HATCHRUJIVII HAIR an produce a color
not to be distinguished from mit,itre and Is WaItAKIIMID
not to injure in the (asst, howeiheklong it 'may be cousin
tied, and the ill . Recta of bad Uctie'remedied. The hair
is invigorated Reit% by this stdihild Dye; which is prop
erly applied at No. 18 timid Street New York.
Sold in all the oiled and tome Of tbk Halted Atidea, by
Druggbni and Fancy Hoods Declare
The thanthlobas the owns .40,110eie A, Batchelor,"
and addreee *pun a steel plate engraclud. on the four
eedw of moil %km.
Wholesale Factory, Si Perday
oet2-diewly. Late 239 Broadviay, New York.
Karim, Fin and Wild Transportation
Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of the
INSURANCR COMPANY OP MTH . MEC
Incorporated 1794—Chartar perpetual.
Capital and Assets $1,200 000
Arthur Q Coffin, Samuel W. Jolters JohnA. Brown,
Samuel V. Smith, Queries Taylor, ambrdse White,
John R. Ned; Richard D. Wool, Willi un Welsh, William
E. Bowan, James N. Dickson, 8 AaOrris Wale , Min
AMID, George I. Harrison, Fr :ilea R. Cope, Ed yard B.
Trotter, Edward 8. Llarke.
ARTIDSR Q. Outibi, President.
ORARLE PLATT, &orstory.
As central agent forlb &hove name company, the
undersigned is tirtinized to take fire deka ut any part
of 'he State of Pennsylvania, either annually or perpet
ually, on the most favorable terms.
• Ogles Third street between Walton and Strawberry
alley, Bn ke's row .
`l3 and g e 'Wein at privan sale
TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE,
26 feet front an 100 feet deep, 'busted on Bast :Bate
atreot near Filbert.. The house ur to soce repair, has a
basement kitchen, Water and all the modern improve
ments. For further information enquire on the Prewar&
jy22-dlw• IDWARD PARKER.
SC HIEFFELIN BROTHERS & CO.,
W HOLSSALE DRUGGISTS,
A ND [MALLERS in Fancy Goode, Per
ti tum Pry, Ste. Also agents for the rile of lied nett
Petroleum, Illuminating ull, superior to any Goal nil •
fernished to anv quantities at the lowest market rates
170 and 172 William ,street,
a27d6ml NEW YORK.
4 GENTS WANTED in every town,
ti village and city, to sell •he soldiers companion, can
mace From $3 to $5 per day. Samples sent, post.
age paid, on receipt of 50 cents Send Or circular. ad
dress W. H. Harley, box 918, Philadblphia, Pa.
BAKER'S Cocoa and Sweet Chocolate,
for sale at JOHN WISE'S, Third and Waloor. myl
"FIGS'FIGS, Dates, Prunes, Raisins , and all
Mods or Rata, at Jill' nor°, Third sad
•SEW Orleans Sugars, white and brown
Just received and for sale low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
30 5 Cor. Front and Market streets.
J ERSEY HAM I—Ten tierces of these
- Partly celebrated augur cured bane, received anc.
or ea sin large or small quantities .
Will DOME, Je.
CRAB ClDER.—Constantly on hand at
very superior article of ems OZAB OMB.
WM. DOOR, JR. &
SODA Biscuit, City Crackers, just receiv
ad and for sa e MICH Ly kBOPiMA v, •
.1' Collier Front od Market street&
UGARS for preserving; call and exam
17 hie at MICELI'S & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
FRESH Lemons and Raisins, just re
°dyed and Tor sale 14w by
• is I'HoLB & ROWMAN,
jel4 Corner Front and Market etree'e.
QUPWRIOtt Dandelion Coffee, just re
received ald tor sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
aty2B Corner Front end Market areas
FRESH invoice of Messina Oranges and
lemons,Tor sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
AO Corner Front And Market Areas.
CLARET WINE I I
E are closing grit AVERY SUPERIOR
LOT at lest than cost
KELLER'S DRUG, STORE ie the :plum
to rmv Chown. VAdielno•
BUILDING LOTS .FOR -SAL W.
ziriESIRABLS Building Lots on Ridge
Bond and Bola streett;on r eaniiiebiO feriae. )'or
fattier patients enquire of
JO gx B. HOOVES, Agent
I,l7:dlute South street between Second and Sbb-d.
100 cltraggra-dSolgar (Refined wad
Wilt be at the xo wet m al t a rk l e i t ud pill
id° Wif DAIK, JR., & no.
mud rece ived an
PH A general variety of goods for ad
to be tbrind at - Keller% la ungurpagsed In this eity.
itA5 91 Market street .
GINNED Tomatoes and Green Corn, at
IL/ JOHN WWI'S. myl
I,lJeliA4.ll.lll%—A large supply kust
reeedwd.tor WM. MCKX, JIL 00
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
RIJDOI PH MILLER, of East Hanover
township, offers himself as a candidate for the of
fice of COUNTY COIIifI,SIONER, subject to the union
Republican Nominating Convection, and pledges him
elf it homing d and elected, to discharge the duties of
the office with fidelity jvlB-i&ste
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
DAVID BERSI' of mouth Hanover
townthip, offers dwell' as a candidate for the
oft , e of coosn . COMMI-SIONER, subject to the Union
Republican Nominating Convention, and, pledges himself
if notninatoi and elected, t t dimharge the duties of the
Moe with fidelity jelB dawtc*
SAMUEL PAGE, of Swatara townakip,
announces hbalog at a can :idol° for the office of
County Oommizsioner, subject to the decilitre of the Re
publican County Convention. He promises If 1101131m1110 d
and. electel to dis Charge the duties of ssi , office for the
good of the tax paten or the county. jyle dl w wte
FOR THE 15TH INFANTRY,
ONE hundred more able. bodied (mar.
ried or unmarried) men are wanted to complete
the 'Second Baitallion of the above regiment.
Its Beadenarters are pleasantly looated at 'Camp
Wissahickon" on .tbe tanks of .the Schuylkill, near
Phfredelpbia, whore yegralts 'sent to be
theroeghly instructed beftmesigoing.into active service.
Honest, intelligent and energetic men are particularly
wanted for non-cortimissioned officers, to whom SR With
all 'Tamils, every advantage' r advaneld bout4,l*,
ho., is given.
A premium of two dollars will be paid any citizen or
soldier for each acceptable recruit presented by him.
Further Information may bo obtained it applied for, at
the office on Second Meet t near the Market house, Har
risburg, Pa. THOMAS H. NORTON.
jyl9.dlm ORA.lbth 13. S Fecnnibut Officer.
Scrap Iron and Metal Merchant,
KAOIENR St FOUNDRY FURNISHINGS,
N. E. Cor. of South and Penn, and No. 17
PHIL AD EL PlialA.
Ingot Copper, Sheet Irou,
" Brwm Bed. " Zinc,
" " Yellow, Steel,
Pig Tin, Borax,
Bar " Orucihes,
Pig Land, Foundry Facings,
Bar " Anvils
Speller, Vices,Thiss, ac.,
Antimony, Old Betels,
Babbitt Metal, " Copper,
Bismuth, " Brass,
Solders, " Lead, Am., &I.
New and Second hand Muhl oeste and Blacuemlihs'
Tools and Slam Bngtnes bought and old.
Articles of every d• sortutlen in nee by Machinists'
and Poundrymeu, furnished to orde..
sir Cash paid for Scrap Iron, Old Rails, and all binds
of Metals. jy2l dim*
HAPPINESS OR MISERY ?
THAT Ili . THE QUESTION.
TIRE Proprietors of the 'PARISIAN
LL OAWNET UP WOMB, ANATOMY and
have determined resraiDests of expense, to Irene
fre% (for the benefit of .auffering hudianity) 110 i it or
their most instractlveand ieteresting Tooturee on Mar
ease and its Disqualificatious, Nervous Debility, Proma -
tare Decline of Manhood, lud4estion, Weakness or Do
!warden, Lump of energy and 'fiutiPewers, the Great So
dal Evils, and those NM • dies whiot result from yenta -
ful IUI Ice, Excesses of Maturity, or Ignorance of Pb yei
ology an d. Nature's law. These invaluable lectures
bane been the means of enlightning and swing thou
s Inds, and will be forwarded free on the - receipt of four
Wimps, by addressing dEOBErARY Pentstax Ossursr or
Apanart AND iiscoams, MIS Broadway, New York.
A Ma.ONIFICENT 7 octave Piano—frete
• STEINWAY & SONS, NEW vam..
Also / •
4+,00TAVE , ..0 nor l
Trice .00ly Bdi.w.inee' ake, ~ beat cud cheapest tY
Market. Melodeons and musicalmerchandbe generally.
Picture Frames, a choice asrortment of our own mike
Specially at.endcd to.
S. WARD & CO.,
New Music and Frame Store, 14 Market Square.
Aar Cali and see. jy1441:
WM. A. PARKHILL,
Third Street, next door to the .7Wqraph Printing
STORES, dwellings, churches, public
buildings, factories, Am, fitted up with gas, lead and
iron pipe iu a workman like manner. Hydrants, Wash
basins, Bath Tubs, J ifi and Force Pumps, Water Cloreta s
Lead and Iron Pipe for water, gas and steam. A share
of public patronage is respectfully solicited. All work
premptly attended to. mySo.l33m.
MILITARY CLAIM AGENCY.
BACK PAY, BOUNTY, •
PENSIONS, SUBSISTENCE &c.
EUGENE Snyder, Attorney at Law,
office, Third street, Harrisburg, Pa., will attend
to the collipetlon of military claims, under the act of
Assembly, of• April 6, 1862 Back pay of discharged
and deceased soldiers. Bounty under Act of. Congress,
July, 22,1861. Pensions and claims for subsistence, &a,
FOR FIIUNO THE
A SMALL, but very superior lot of
Bologna sausage jest received, by
Tv22 • , WILDOCki, Jr. ag CO.
AsITASON'B "CH.ALLENGE BLACKING.
1.00 Gross, smarten' Bizet, just received, and for
si:o3 si.Wlialessla prices,
dell ' • • WM. DOCK, Jr., di Co.
FANCY COLORED Paser, ready cut, for
covering looking Glasses, Picture Plantes, go.•
lJnion and other new patterns ftir sale at
BERGNER'S OHEAP BOOKSTORB
CHEAP Sugars, brown and white, New
Orleans, Loverines, . aro., are now offered Per Bale
of every grade sult' tlie purchaser, at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
018 - Corner Front and Market *Arcata.
QYRUP and Molasses, no leis than eight
kinds, for sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
.jylB Corner Front and Market strode.
pAXTENSIVE assortment of ' Glassware,
luclading Jelly glasses, Preserve Dishes, Goblets,
'umblers, ite.,410,, of all styles,':jtist received and for
rale low by NIOHDLs & BOWMAN,
IY7 Corner Front & Market stroets.
WIL DOCK. Jr. , & CO
nALL, and examine those new jars for
rrelt, the beet, cheapest and eMplest in in market,
for sale by Nlaroks & BOWMAN,
joie Corner Frain not Marketetreet.
`DANDELION COFFEB I--A Fresh and
wife eapplig of Ws Celebrated Coßai eta received
by OOl WK. DOO7 Jr., &
CULL and 13 e e those nice and oheap Su
gars for preeeriring, Sm.; at
NICHOLS $ BOWMAN,
fel2 Corner Front and Market &reels.
IU.EWI3OLD EfAMS.—A. small lot of
1.11 these odebrsted Rams just received..
R"r24 WM. DOCK. Jr., CO.
PauY wing PUTMAN'S EXCELSIOR
moTHEI3 VIINGSR, whieb wrings °lcahn dryer
oan be done by band, and wrings a bed gat or
138 .ndl , ergAef *Mei:taw alteration. Collated examine ix
at. ' D. HAYNE'S AGRICULTURAL MORS,
eBO-detawlm • I.l.ol(o . 4x_agget,
,RANGES AND LEMONS.- 60 boeisix
NJ , Jot recehred and in rime -''
*WU W. DOOK, .TR., & 00.
BOOK-BINDBRS' aIILINI-SIAMINBS MID PBMS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BO S,
AND mAorinkcs POE
GRINDING CIIITING4ACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
General Machine Work and Iron and Brass
WO )D TURNING IN ALL ITS BRANOIIIO,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, E2U., ETC.,
fir Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Brass
made to order. Gear and Screw eating, &c.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOL&
ice' Cash paid for Old Copper, Brass, Spatter, dre.
STEAM BOILERS, &O.
• ABOVE STATE STREET.
CiaiLAR WINDOW OATES,
Of variant pattrns, both staliouaiy alga swingioe. Sash
Weights mid various other building outings, for nth
very Or' Co at the [mr2.3-15) ~11,1440v-WORKII.
PRINCETON. 43 ;
Rev. Jaycee P. Hume, A. M., I p r i nc od,
Rev.Tnos. W. CsTrarz, A. RI,
pats institution, founded in 1829, is
de4nerl to prepare boys tharosgr for college or
fr a ireesilife. The buildings arolarge and ammo.
dims, and thittouni . , s embrace more than thirteen
acres. Both of - PrimMatts devote their whole tiros
to the rehool v alial is the depstiment of lustramion by
'the military instruction and Mil , (under the charge
of an experiended instrualoraturraegal so es not to
Interfere with - tam regular atiedies, ocarapying a part of
the time appropriated to exercise and recraition.
Pupils are released al airy time sad charged asap hem
the-date, of ad Wien. Tame: --$126 00 per seeks of
804 circulars, or further Information, address either of
the PrttiCipals. tie'erenre is also made to the Rev. Mr.
Prom die R. Dr Hodge awl the Rea. Or. Ikeda,
Professors in the lheoloyieal Seminary, Prisms/on, N. J.
I have for several years been intimately acquainted
with the Rev. Thomas W. Cattell. He has had charge
of two of my sons, and I. can safely say I have miter
known sny one in whom fidelity and devotion to his Pu
pils, I have equal Confluence. He is a good scholar and
a successful teacher. I know no one who has a greater
facility in gaining the love of We scholars or wbo exerts
over them abetter Influence
I aim aware of the responsibility in spe king In such
terms of commendation of a leacher; but lam aatiaged
lam doing nothing but elm,)le just ..e to an ett3elleirt
man s In IMO tht language which I have here em
ployed IMMURE!! IEitiDGF.
bare great confidoi ce in the Rev Jas. P. Hughes, as
ti teacher, both 13 his aptness to give instruct! ,on and
his Ilia in the Administration of discipline. 1 have bad two
sons under his care, an ant from the moat oarefal observa
tion lam free to recommend the EdgehLti erehool as o.e
Of safe and thorough instrnalion
jet 4 dtm-rdiglfidlmi ALRX4NDh.ft T. 11114:1ILL.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY INSTITUTE
FOE YOUNG GENTLEMEN,
REV. 0. EGE & SONS.
AN ACADEMIC AND, COMMERCIAL SCHOOL.
swgiciNg l From re P b e rua mb r.7ls l i g t t o t a eI Lt 1 " . A"uALLY•
Mar g o $75 to $BO per MIAMI.
W Seed for a Circular. JyiO-dtat
THEO. P. !AMMETER,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTED,
NO. 18, NARKE7 STREET,
sir Particular attention paid to Printing, Ruling and
dinning of Railroad Blanks, Manifests, Veneta:, Oheoks,
'ireful, kw. CARDS printed at $2, $3, it, and 116 per
housand In elegant style. y2O
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will find a large and well selected clock of
plain and fancy Confectionery of all kinds. A great va
riety °Ploys of every description, Ladies' Wort Stands
and Fancy Baskets, Yoreign Fruits, Nuts, Dates and all
other articles generally tent in a confectionery and toy
store. Receiving fresh 'supplies every week. Call awl
examinefor yourselves. WK. H. WAGGONER,
sprit-dem P oprietor.
irIF all sizes, patterns and prices, just
NJ, received and for sale by
WM. DOOK, Jr., & 00.
ATTENTION FARMERS 1
QCYTHES, SNATHS, GRAIN CRADLES,
ki BAKES, BOYTHCII STORM and ROLM In groat
Variety, to be had caw at
GIDIERIMS Hardware Store,
Jelo-dtt Opposite the Court • mute.
A FEW Boxes good Cheese, the balance
of a large consignment, are offered at an unflawed],
low rate to close out the lot. To retail dealers there will
be an Inducement offered. Each box sold will be guar
anteed as represented. WM. DOCK, JR., &
vATE are offering tor sale a splendid
V V quality of runup Bean at tow prim, by the
pound, ounce or singly.
KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
91 Market Breed.
ROSS & BLARLKWELL'S Celebrated
PICHLYS, SAUCES, PRESESVIN, &0., &c. A large
Apply of the above, embracing every variety, PM n
aive.: Ind for Side by FPI Wit. DOCK, Jr., & Eo.
OUR newly replenished stock of Toilet
and Fancy Goode is unsurpassed in this city, and
j ading confident of rendering satiatactiou, we would ree
f, spirally invite a call. BEI.LIi S,
91 Market street, two doors east of,Fourth street, south
- VINE lot of Messina Oranges and other
Foreign Frultsnnst received and for sale by
NICHOLS & 130 WMA NtS,
corner Front and Market streets.
TIXTB.A FAMILY FLOOR, a choice lot
01 &Ira Family Flour, all warranted by bbl., or
sack, just received and for sale low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
je3o Corner F rent. and Market streets
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, BROOMS
and everything in the line, Just received In large
bnantities and for sale very low by
W u MCA, Jr , &On
' CIDER II I VINEGAR II I ,
MADE from choice and selected Apples,
and guaranteed by us to beeline) , pure.
• 14,-d WK. wog it IX)
PRIME Cheese-from.. New York Dairies
just received and for sale low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front andliarket streets.