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NO WE TO A OVeIftTiSPIRS.—AII Ad.
vertisementS, Business Notices, Mar•
'ieges, Deaths. &e., to secure Insertion
In the TELEGRAPH, must Invariably
be accompanied with the OASH.
Monday Morning, August 4, 1862.
COMM.—An adjourned court will meet at two
o'clock this afternoon.
Nsw Musio.—The "Battle Prayer" transcrip
tion for the piano by Chas. Grobe, and the
"Meeting of the Waters," an Irish melody
with the music arranged for the piano, are
among the new pieces of music received at
Enoche's 98 Market street.
Tax RESIRVOIR.—There was dining the last
twenty-one days of July, (in 187 hours,) thir
teen millions three hundred and six thousand
one hundred and thirty (18,806,180) gallons of
water pumped into the city resorvoir, by a con
sumption of 74,750 pounds of coal.
THE FIRST CITY ZOILIVES, CAPT. AWL, were
marched from Camp Curtin to the office of Capt.
Lane, U. 8. Mustering officer in this city, on
Friday afternoon, where peek member of the
company received the Government. bounty of
twenty-five dollars, and two dollars premium.
Each member of the company will also receive
a bounty of fifty dollars from the county fond.
COL. CHARMS T. CAMPHILL, who was severely
wounded whilst at the head of his regiment,
the F'iftyseventb, has been detailed for speciSl
services as General Inspector of the recruiting
service of our State. He Is to travel over the
State and report the manner in which the basil
nese of recruiting is conducted, to correct such
evils as may *milt, and to discharge delinquent
Tae Fanwtsimp Pro-Mo.—The ptc-niC of the
Friendship fire company, advertised to come
off at Mumma's woods, near Mechanicsburg
on Tuesday, August 12th, promises to be a very
pleasant affair, and will be largely participated in
bycitizensof Dauphin and Cumberland counties.
Excursion tickets for the occasion are to be is
sued by the Cumberland Valle railroad, at 25
SEUNADS. —The 'local" was favored with a
very handsome vocal and instrumental serenade
at his residence on Friday night by the "Mozart
Club"—an association of young gentlemen,
whose abilities in the musical line would cid
credit to some of our first class artists. We acl
knowledge our obligations to the "Club" for
the compliment paid us, and wish its members
the best possible success in their musical asiira7
A PROPEL Excneros e:—Wifiltit airangemeritti
are being made for a mutual exchange of prig '
oners, would it not be well to send some of per
Secession sympathisers south; a'llke number o
Union men to be received in their place ? At
least, let them have the opportunity Lot a;
change of residence and an abode among a
people more congenial—A Reader in the Press.
That's the idea. Consider Dauphin county
In for two chances. Yea, a aozen. A. few of
our sympatblzeis will no doubt volmateer at
onceiand ter God's sake let 'Mat go. - Tea,: asfyi
place, so that this fair land that has never har
bored treason or been dbigraced until now, may
once more assert its integrity, and no longer
stand abashed with SHAME. We're for the es- .
Loom, Inns.—On the - subject of furnishing ,
local items for the press, the editor of a New!
England paper makes the following, sensible
remarks, which we commend to the attention
of our readers both in town and country : "Al
most every member of a community where a
newspaper is established, can do much to make
the local department- what it ; should be, by
contributions of freak items, which_ may be
gathered in each locality and communicated
with little troubln; 19311 1 0 ff who neglect this
duty, so vseful tQ editors' and so desirable to
the public, are responsible, in part at least,
for a meagre supply of domestic news in their
"Do You Tags Warns f "—The Cleveland
&raid Pays: ."04 Saturday morning a country
man entered , a store on Ontario street, for the
purple of trading. After ordering what he
wanted, he inquired of the clerk—'Do you take
wafers in pay?' 'Wafers!' replied the astonished
clerk. 'Yea, wafers—wafers. That's all the
tort of money I've got. I took 'em of a chap
down here, and he said they are gond."Well,'
said the clerk, 'we take all sorts of good cur
rency, but we haven't yet got to taking wain.'
'But these are gdod ones,' said the countrymaM
wafers—got a head onto 'em.' The oleik
suddenly got an idea as to the state:of the case,
asked to look at the new currency, found them
to be good three cent stamps, and decided that
he did 'take wafers in pay."
Mumtaz ORGANIZATIONS.—In view of the
unsettled condition of affairs and the possibill.
ty that, in case of reverses or iuterventkow
nun% xueu will-be necessary to finish this nn.
tratePP. sae, we again press upon our - readers
an oiltifplestlen, to which their attention
should he 'given, and on which *action should. be
taken immediately ; and that is, the great ha
portanoeof military evaniuttlau in our city and
coun ty distriors, by, which all ou t men who are
withirLthetuallitia law and subject to call for
military ,duty, may receive preparation which
will fit them at once to take their places in line
of battle, or at least materially shorten the
time of their stay in camps of instruction,
where they are of no benefit, for the time being,
to the general Cksvernment. is necessary
that the people be prepared for every emergen
c7, 41113 we agree with so exchange that every
said and township should immediately: Thep
within its limits, at least one such organisation,
led that one afternoou in each, week be met
'Part for practical lessons from competent In
nructors in drill and general military knowl
edge. Let this plan be adopted, and then if
the apprehensions of massy loyal merle - -itna the
hopes of secedtaympathisers be radial, and
irrshave England s te 'fight in addition hir- , ..the'
friends of rebAxt,sta we can meetheila
fiatioll of eldieri, and repeat the lesions of the
41 911t10n and of M 2
A SPECIAL MEETING of the Friendship fire
company will be held in their hall this
evening, at the usual , hour. By order.
PANORAMIIA ON TM GREAT REBELLION.—The
battle of Crass Keys, in the Shenandoah Val
ley, the battle of Gain's Mill, and the battle
of Malvern Hill, near Richmond, are the titles
of three scents just added to Henry Davis'
panoramma of the Great Rebellion.
WXLILT is vue PIiCISMARY Raw/ate—Our youug
men do not need to be bribed to fight for theta.
country ; but they are perfectly right intent
ing an assurance from those at home that the
wives, children, parents or friends who are-de
pendent on them, shall have support provided
for them in their absence.. Hence the bounty
and the pay is an additional inducement to
volunteer. Bis an inn/rano, to the family. The
pay of a soldier is $l3 per month ; the govern
ment bounty is $lOO and 160 acres of land;
the county bounty $5O. The bounty, (includ- .
bq land at government price) amouts to $350,
besides the regular pay. One mouth's pay and
$25 bounty is paid in advance by the govern
ment, and $5O by the county, making $BB in
A DROWNIED SOLDIIIR Fortin. —About 10 o'clock
on Saturday morning, the body of a dead man
was found floating in the River at Keeley's
rock's, a short distant above Pine street, by
some young men who had gone there to fish
or They,immediately attached it to the
boat and towed it to the shore, under the Har
risburg bridge, when information of the cir
cumstance was conveyed to Alderman Peffer, of
the Second ward, who summoned a jury and
held_an inquest over the remains. The de
ceased was dressed in the fatigue uniform of a
United States cavalry soldier, in which service
the chevrons on his coat eleevea indicated his
rank as that of a corporal. The body had evi
dently laid in the water several days, and
was in an advanced stage of putrefaction. A
pocketbook, containing two ten dollar bills on
the Harrisburg Bank and ninety-one cents in
small change, and a white handled two bladed
knife,-were found in his pantaloons pockets,
and a,silver watch in one of his vest pockets,
which are now, in the hands of Alderman ,Pef
fer, subject to the order of the Mends or relatives
of the deceased. The jury, after a brief de l
liberation, returned a. verdict of " accident
drowning," and the body was token to the
Poor House burial ground for interment.
Tan Quarreamann Gamma, would acknowl
edge hospital donations as follows : From the
.First English Lutheran church, Harrisburg.
one box "of valuable stores containing wines,
jellies, pickets, corn starch, farina, tea, segars,
dried fruit, dried beef, bologna; crackers, shirts,
wrappers, slippers, drawers, stockings, towels,
handkerchiefs, soap, combs, tooth brushes,
lint, &c. From Mill Creek and rioga Relief
Association, one firkin butter, one barrel of
eggs. From Soldiers Relief Society of Erie,
2 boxes containing 84 Pillows, 11 sheets, 30
half-worn shirts, 36 towels, 56 pairs socks, 3
sea grass cushions, 18 sheets, 1 bedtick, 11
linenicoats, 10 sunimer. treats, '6
pants, 1 double gown, 8 pairs slippers, 62 ban
dages, 14 pairs drawers, .6 compresseri, 6 new
shirts, 8 lbs. lint, 9 neckerchiefs, 4 napkins,
7 pocket handkerchiefs, 2 rolls old linen, with
18 jars of jellies of various kinds, and other ar
thnes. One box from Saltsburry, Indiana
county,..casks : iy t t i ritorts, ,plllowa, 16
Sheeki. /68.Aanalban Ina_ 17
tr yds co; and other articles.
From the Mansflfidd Soldiers' Aid Society, one
et.a containing 85 muslin shirts, 21 flannel
shims, 16 pairs drawers, 47 handkerchiefs, 62
towels, 24 dozen bandages, 31 lbs. lint, 78
finger-cots, 9 cushions, 17 pairs slippers, 8 pairs
socks, 6 bags dried fruit, and otner articles.
From Soldierola Aid Society of Waynesburg,
Green county, 6 pillows, 30 bandages, 15 sheets,
27 towels, 57 pillow cases, 82 shirts, 9 pairs:
drawers, 85 cans fruit, and other articles.
R. C. Ham,
The lixosurnsa Beams—A Gourd Review.
There is considerable activity at the different
recruiting stations in the city. Indeed for some
days past the work of mustering in new re
cruits has been going forward with an encour
The First City Zouaves, Captain Awl, have
already got their full complement of men mus
tered Into service, and gone into ‘ quartere at
Camp Curtin. - •
-The Russell Guards, Captain Jennings, only
need a lew more men to complete their com
plement. They also have betm mustered into
service- and will go into quarters at Camp Cur
'lbis morning, Recruiting Sags for
this company hang out at Third and Market
stavets, and at Odd Fellow's Hall, Second street
The. Slifer Guards, organising through the
efforts of Mr. John Raymond, are progressing
finely, and expect to have their complement of
men men filled up at the required time. Their
recruiting flag waves at the Buell House, in
In addition to these companies Messrs. Ban
vart, Ball and Boyd, previously engaged in rais
ing separate companies, have combined their
!efforts and are now acting together jointly in
!recruiting for a single company to be called the
Harrisburg City Guards, and are meeting with
the most flattering success.
,The head quartera
of the company are at the Exchange, Walnut
From the rural districts the most encouraging
accounts are received. Enthusiastic meetings
have been held in Middletown, Humelstown,
and Dauphin, which have been productive of
much good, by stirring up a lively patriotic
feeling among the solid and substantial farmers
of the county. At Mimelstown, Capt. Hender
son is brudly engaged recruiting a company to
be called the "Derry Fencibles" —a name of
Revolutionary fame—and he confidently expects
to have the full compliment of men before the
10th Inst. A. meeting to hurry up enlistments
for this company will be held at Derry church
Theabeve companies constitute the five asked ,
for, as the quota from this county; and all that
torseceesary, now that we know where to direct
oar efforts, is to fill them ttp with the required
afpiement of men; and this should be dory 1 1
!ilk the least possible delay, as next Saturday se .
the hut.day that sit be maim' for Rim
reraj, All who 'Wait beyond that day mut
°hinted for three years, or if &fart continue,
e will,suttswiwriiy be latimtkorconscription.
Nov is your time to choose your company for
SllO dot Woz.
Peunepluanta Mai) Zettgraph; itlonttan Morning Ituguot 4, 1802
MUSTER BOLL OF THE FIRST CITY ZJUAVES.-
Tile following is the muster roll of the Finit,
City Zonaves, of this city, mustered into, the
United States service under the nine months'
Captain F.' Asbury- Awl..
First Lieutenant• John 8: Bitser 1
Second " John T. Ensminget.
First Sergeant ThomesrlP. Maloney.
Second " Charles R. 'Babb.
Third " Pater Fitspatrick. •
Fourth Le Brie Ltnner.
Fifth ". William J. Adams.
First Corporal Simon Grath. _
"Aim ;Tofu MIL
Fourth " J.:Mantelle Thomas.
Filth " 'tains F. - Zalinger.
Sixth " John H. Sweney.
St4ehtli r , ,sjiasicii t likyugherty.
Wilts;tn H. *heeler, Drummer.
John C. Wheeler ^
Atticka, Oliver. Jack, Joseph L.
-galthaaer, Edward.: Anne; Pannell&
lieinhaner, David. Lehman, Christina
Beinhaner, Peter. • • :Loy, Albert.
Bernheisel,4acob H. IdcOlitre,'John.
Brandt, John B. McCurdy, Robert.
Brown, Charles E. McGowan,George 8.
Carberry, W. Harry. McLain, Theodore F.
Cash, Mark T. McManus, William H.
Charles, Carroll C. Mechlin, John W.
Chester, Louis P. Maier, Chrlistian.
Cheater, Lather R. Miller, John B.
Clendennin, Fraser 0. Miller, Samuel 0.
Cook, Henry H. Olewine, - Albert.
Dailey, Benjamin E. Olewine, George.
Day, -Peter B. Pathemore, Matthias.
Denning, Samuel A. Pipheri Henry.
Demmin,g, Henry C. Iktdabrisukh; Geo. Henry.
Duman; Cornelius K. Reed, John P.
Ewing, Wilbur F. Rhoads, Joseph E.
Fagan, William H. Rudolpii; 'John.
Fenn, George Wash, Rudy, Jonas.'
Fisher, Charles. Sample, Alexander M.
Fought, J. Edward. - Bandies, William A.
Garman, Samuel G. &heifer, B. Frank
Gilchrist. Hezekiab J.Shumos, Luke.
Gowen, Thaddeus T. .18Ooddy, john:
Hamili, Samuel M. Snyder, George W.
Hantcb; Walter B. Swartz,-John
Reicher, Ira D. Swepe, Andrew Carl.
Heller, George W. Yaughn Robert B.
Ripple, William H. Wenger, Harry . H.
Hoffman, Cornelius B. Windsor,_ Jesse.
Hoy, • Francis H. l inerot, Frederick W.
Cute friend him furnished
ne for publication, a copy of the ." Chronicles
of the Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer. Corps."
They are very handsomely 'printed on e
sheet of letter paper convenient for'circulati*
and have evidently:bad an eitensive ",rpm"
They read as follows :. • • '
OHROMOLEB OF Tat Parnsigrxestre REI3ERVE
VOLUNTEER CosPs.—Kan that Is born of a wo;
man, and enlisteth as. a soldier in the "Penn
sylvania," is of few days and short ‘!ra
2. He that cometh for at "reyille," . is pres•
ent also at "retreat;" yea; Siren at "tattoo;"
and retireth apparently at "taps."
8. lie draweth his rations from the'oommis
eery and deyonreth the lame. He strikekkAils
teeth against ,much !'hard bread," lind Is
satietied, He: tllleth his canteen with aqua
punt, and clappeth the month thereof upon the
bung of a whisky barrel, and after a little
while he goeth away rejoicing in his strat
b. Much soldiering hath made him sharp ;
yea, even the seat of his breeches is in danger,
of being cut through.
6. Ha covenanteh with the credulous farmer:
for many chickens, and much honey and milk,,
to be paid promptly at the end of. each t.n.
days; and lo i even uPoin law nta& 4 4 62 56, 130 . 41.1.
where to be found.
imlicrusraut odillbs tendotbefdelicaSOA
sels of a,delicious taste, which.abonnd not in
the com missary department •
7. And many other things not in the "re
turn," arid which never will return; yet, for a
truth, it must be. said that a soldier of - the
"Pennsylvania Reserve,' that of a surety he
talieth nothing. which he cannot conveniently .
reach. . -
8. He firetn his musket at midnight; and - the
whole camp is aroused and formed into
when lo ; his mess comet) bearing in an adult
porker, which he declares so resembles "se
cesh" he was compelled to pull triggers.
9. When he goeth into Washington he giv
eth the Provost Marsnall much trouble, often
captureth his guard, and posseaseth himself of
10. At such times lager and pretzels flow
ike milk and honey from hie generous band.
He giveth without stint to his comrades ; yea,
and withholdeth not from his lank, expect
ant, "raw" Mend of the "Penns}lvania Forty-
. . •
11. Th e' grunt.oll wide* We atoirifig• of a
crick, awaketh him from ilia soundest sleep,
and he saunterettk foith, un il . bardted by the
guard, when hatntly olapPettk, his; hands
upon his "bret,"' and ,the guard; in
conmmsieration, alloweth him to pass to . the
12. No sooner hath he pissed the; sentry's
beat than he strik.eth a "bee-line" for. the
nearest hen-roost, a seising a pair of (plump
pullets, retnrneth, solilignising , ,to himself :
"The noise of a goose saved Rome;.how' much
more the flesh of a chicken preserveth the sol
13. He playeth "Old Sledge" witl the chap
lain, whether there will be preaching in'camp
on the Sabbath, and by dexterously "turning
a Jark" from the bottom, postponeth the ser
14. And many other Marvellous thing doeth
he ; and to I are thek.vit - iariady- recorded in
the morning reparts. Yea, verily.
A MODEL ESTABLBamini.--Among the many
improvements lately Made in our city, to which
we can point with pride atsin evidence of pros
perity and at a determination oh' , the part of
our husineli men, no longer to remain behind
the " light honse,' is the completion of Eby
& Krulkle's large brick building at the corner
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 Menges. competion.-1
Without going into detail; we nifty 'Safely say
that the firm keep on hand everything usually
kept in a grocery store, (liquors except) and;
that they sell •at very ' profits. Their'
clerks are civil and amommcsiating, and have
strict instructions under no circumstances what
ever to misrepresent on 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 .
A VERY superior ar,tigts•,,(pure,) • just
-1•30 P" JE, A PI
~:1 0 1:15.111117 I VINEGARI4 4 44
MADE from choice end aeleoteApples,
sad paranfaxt by tol to to ft f. WIL DOM MO.
WE have received a very large aszortment of
Hoop Skirts, all qualities and prices, from 75
cents up to $2 60 ;25 dozen of Marseilles
Shirt Breasts, Collars and Cuffs to match, the
whole set for 25 cents, worth 50 cents ; 10
boxes of Ribbon for dress trimming, all colors ;
6 boxes of Belt Ribbon, all colors ; a large as
sortment of linen and needlework Collars, and
setts of collars and sleeves ; a large. assortment
of white Cambrics, Tacconetts, figured d
plain Swiss Moslio, Brilliants, Nansooks. T e
finest lot of embroidered French Cambric Ban s
ever brought to Harrisburg ; 4 pieces of stri
goods for Undersleeves ; 200 embroid red In
fant Waists at all prices ;. 20 pieces of Black
Silkslace, all prices, norm yard wide suitable
for dress flouncing or trimming of lace shawls;
I ..acel4itta,atillirtrtetA-26 cents ;40 dozed
&Wigs - And gentlemen's linen pocket Hai*
kes c hlefe. .For wholesale customers we keeps
larziaiiortrnent of boisery and notions, such
as Spool Cotton, Thread, Needles, Fins, Stock
in• etc. etc. S. Lswr. :
TOTaR YollN' oniVi.
Male or. Moak;
If yon nave been suffering tram a table in cinged inby the
WINCH 0408 E BO 114 NY ALARMING SYMP;OMR,
tdis for ifiregkiel
greateit evil which can 4 betep
MAN OR WOMAN.
See symptoms estunerated in advertisement, and If you
area pain:ear, 1
Cat out the advertisement, -
And nand for it at once.
• Delays are dangerous.
Aalt for tfelmbold's
Cures ra -
Beware of Counterfeits and hatatfate. 10 •, '4.,
.11:Aiii:DYN i HAIR DY .. 1 1
i Wile't-AMASS% "' ' ' 1
only Hallam and liglia - 116 - Dye Known
. re mere twit :low, Awl_ ebeeiti be avoid
j. - tsh to omape rutiooto.
r •EY, RED oft RUSTY HAIR dye‘inetantly to 1
looautirui coo miturewt , Brown in. Etraciti Without the tees ,
*dory to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN St' DALS AND DIPLOIIAS a awa
; .$ l . :4 6 2! BAY ( 2 - "1 11 0:4 1 1kiCgi
D nave been made to the hair of 'the patron
WI famous Dye.
War. A. BATMILLURI AMA. DYE ittshame a solo
'et "tette ditit.foguielaid from nature and ill wake •
not to injoreMthe leaat,boarrer Long irtter, be cantle
S eed, and thoill .(recta of law ff.ati iemodled. The hal
lelovigorated for life by it& splendid Dye , valt prup
orly applied At No. 16 :mod Street New York.
*WI ball the cites, andlowne of the balaat , 0
trafotiels Ind Facci Beteht Divilere
lc' Vetilitlitko enriatlSWilligm 4 Batchelor,'
dd vrairor litetei Vile engraving, on the the
(A oli ial W ko& 1
" lirh 1 Fertility fik,
. •• ,
• i Ilea, __. 't -4~0 YlPOlawaY. Now York.
, nfectionery r
CO EOTIONERY OF - "?
ORANGES AND 7
Let reretables or all kinds,
Tern Mats, twice a weal
d (*caper art - tole than any ,
/Or Orders tram a distance
"rods detivered any part of
PILEAEI CANNED FRUIT
_ate a call.
IdILITARY CLAIM AGENCY
&UK PAY, BOUNTY,
PENSION & SUBSISTENCE
GENE Snyder, Attorney at Law,
°Moo; Third street. tiarrisbarg, Pa, will attend
I. toe colleotion ormliliary claim.. under the set of
La" neon par or dirooareoo
• eceased emitters. .. - noonty under Aot or Cotirees,
J 14,12, 1881. Penang* and claims for suboistence an.
P 0 Pit A4141 - - 1- 11*
. 0 . 1" S E
jee - KKLLIR'S bBUUaTJIIi.
1.00 .!B.Ls r . ad S es ug d a n r ci c a ß u e a ll , B ias ed , a re u ce d ly ß od awo d
wineaolLtat,the Lest ntirket ;vices.
je2o WM DAR., JR., & OJ.
VIE general variety of goods for ad
jading the •
be found at Keller's, Is unsarpaved We GUY ,
Jae 91 Market street
(`TANNED Tomatoes and Green Corn, at
VV JOHN VirWeS. ' myl
/ II a J '
T received by
APRI-ES, Oranges and Lemons, atJOEIN
- 110pABBIT Metal, a good article, for sale
low by A' RX. P131t92.9,
r. k. Cotner Southend Penn, and 17 Pooth street, PAM.
E ANS ~
T fa first in by the ma t t e.
u j o u c s K, t
ORANGES AND LBMONS.- 7 60 boesx
Just received and in prime order.
&pad W. DUCK, JR., & 00.
LIRESERTING jars, fruit , cans , of all
L kinds, for sae low, by
NICHOLS & BOWid 41N,
Corner Front end market streets.
TOBACCO and segars of all kinds, for
A. Halo by NIOROLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market Streets.
T ovskuNws 6ngara and syrupa for
ju Bale low, by NICHOL.; .1c BOWHAN,
_ Co rner Front and Market streets.
iIopROWN 'sugars of all grades, for sale
jup low, by NICHOL 3 & COWMAN,
je2s Corner From and Market arms.
A Very choice lot, equal to the celebra
21,01.(inagorted) Yorkshire, just received.-- -
jy2B WM. roar, JR., do CO.
11-1 .1 -
A SMALL, bllt very..suposjor lot o
Bologna sowings jug KecoviiA : by
nly2s - . .w. BOCK, Jr. 84,00.
CEDAR TUBS, 'BASKETS, • BAoCiiits:
andeveryttdng in the line, Jost received' in large
buantinee and Tor aide very low by.
LALRG IT Y' S JISS T 1111 0R ° T E M WED ENTofFatiaily
21, tables et
.different etylea of - bludirig, at 900 5 .21 26
$l-50, al, se, $4,- $5 and 210. • also Pocket Bibles of W
iesen' styles and prices at 2011 26 72103800kit0re.
iebl6l" , • --- . .
- GUMMY WAfifflNG BLUE, an excel
x lent substitute for Indigo , f i n et to at the adedeaale
and retail granny More of ' •- NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
- DIME Cider Vinegar, whioh we' warrant
j_ to be made solely from cider, Jost received and for:
s a le low by'
012 • • ' • Conlin* hoot - ma Illorret Waite.
BiIT.LDIN(I- LOTS FOR- RALS.'
j Reid and Boas etreetridn.:mitarabie . ; seem rer
fu r ther pertieeleaseniguireet.i4c-:
tEsitIVZ.4I a+ -gaining B. 'mom, Agent_
ty/taireASINIA theseitheteeenileeond and Thltd
V ELLER'S DRUG STORE is the place
ja. to bra Patent Vadialsea.
FOR THE 15TH INFANTRY,
CI NE hundred more able bodied (mar.
rind or unmarried) men are wanted to'complete
the Seated Ilsitalilon or the above resiment.
Its Headquarters are pieasintly keeled at "Camp
Wissahickon" on the tanks of the Schayllnll , nutr
Philadelphia, where: recruits We weekly sent to be
thorn ghly instructed befbre going Into active ServiCe.
Bones', intelligent and t nergetie men are particularly
wanted for con-commladened officers, to whom as with
all recrung, every advantage of advanced bounty, pay,
kpremlom er two dollars any. 'Amin or
soldier for each acceptable recruit preliented by Wm.
Further infer matiotimaydusabiltiandli applied for, at
the Ace on Second etrett near 'he Market holm, liar'
naberg, fn. - 11101114 i NOa7OV.
Jylikilm Capt. 15th 1, Officvr.
.A PITRITES . ,
Swap Iron and Metal Merchant,
ifAcjENF; tr, FOUNDRY FURNISHINGS,
N. R. Cor. of South and Penn, and No 17
bigot Copper /.
Vloes t tdes, ato. tr
" ..oVit a Aid 44;
sow saw Stott' t` Id band, sictio44l4Pl 1;
Tools sod Stehle litusWs Iteuglit and sold.
Articles of *very • d'ebrlrtlue In be by
and Younerymen, 'probated to order.
Vr Cash yedi, k for Scrap /ron Old -Rells,-nud"
,of - • -jr2l 4 _
STEAM DYEING ISTARLAR**it
104 Market Vtrect between 4tkaiiii Sat.
lA' El ERE every -desoription
and GentkomporP Oa
W lit A. PA. It HI r, t,' - ;
pj og ge r E_ -tort ,
Third Shed, next door to the Tdegrieph Printing
QV) RES, actin:6es , üblio
VV beilldtmm, factories, to. ; fitted up with-ges, lead aed
iron pipe ice • workman , like ruatmer. tHydrants; Wash
basins, Bath Tills, I ifc sod Force rump, Wittig , . Motet s,
Lead awl Iron Pipe for water, mama steam. &Ire
of public' patronage is respectfully solicited. All work
pn mptiy attended to.. a • • • • my30.413m.
SCHLEFFELINgIIROTHERS- It: CO —: ,
AND DSLLER4 in Fancy Goods, Per-
Amery, acc. AlsO•agenta for Me isle or Refined
Petroleum, Illumlnating on, superior to any coal oil •
tUrnisbed Luaus quantities at the loosest : pas . 'kat VOL
170 atid.l72 • Irsthati , gr eet,
527d6p2 ,„ - • YORK.'
DO ge eupp y ills
. CK, Ju. k
.4L GENTS WANTED in , every town,
alptile and. city, to sell lie aoldieia iompsolon, cot
maLsoli from Si to $5 per day. 'Snap* tent, port.
no paid, on re - opt of 60 cents. Sena Sro circular. ad
&eon W. H. Hattloy, box 9/ 8 , PhibtatipbuN Pa.
V, toa lw wit
14440'8'ono : An4 aireof , Xbooolate,
at J OHN ArEtk.Thlrd- and- Valant.
• • • ~myl
FalnIGS, Dates, Prunes , Raisin , and all
lands of Nuts, at JOHNI_WISE 7 d Eltoie, Third and
• - _
W Orleans 8 v - w
ugareinte: , and brown
Njust received sad for tale' low by
- NICHOLS & BOWMA N ,
ocki.„Vrm L avY;Nailigisivree4.l,:
NEW . MARBIS AND STON.N.YARD
• HENRY 1111.4t)WN
AY,WG opened..a ..IKAltAfal AND . Sipcof
flfOilton Csinaligitritekjnelir'etnisuant straiitAy*:
site tbre P nnsylvada Railrced Depot , takesaiik me hod
or Infanieng:the of Harrisburg and"ivicenityftbat
he is prepared io do all kinds of marble and stone work
to a superior manner, and on the most reasoaable tams.
o' l i )l 4 9n ts . - A
• v •
CRUSHED, coarse and fine pulverized
sugar, lower thaa any other place In tcwn. Call
and examine, at lelkauLS & BuNraaN,
3y215 °Rua* Front and Market: streets.
FIED New O rl ea ns - sugar, a cheap
and beautiful aptialp;S:Xsatn 07
NWHOLS k. BowilAN,
ir/5 Oornorana and Market amis.
carpenter. or - cabinet. makers
S at the' - EAG.LE *owls,
QPLENDID assortment of glassware just
reislysiy "awl tbr ple foi by-_
NICEIOI3 & BOWmarr,
.1/2 9 . C•rner Avit end Mutes streella.
t , WV, .DOCK..fr CO.
V- family flour, choice.rand
wikniated tcreve . riatisfiabon, for
awe by = .B/GELOLISABUWAIAN,
WO Oar. Front 4k Idar.kst Sta.
riltlnger - e brown and white, New
Orleans, Loveringla, ago., are now 91teraikfor gale,
o glory grade to snit the porchaaar;iit
IatIIP and Molasses, no Mew - than eight
lands, ror4aie • learrA & Boermix,
Corner Front and Market *rents.
X I XTENSII g assortment of - bAslicgare,
includlui Jetty glom, Yreoetvei tap-Goblets,
.sle low by z. bionor.S Ai Isowstafr,
tit 4,: . , :CorirrYzoot is ithiOd'otreeti
EVERAL MachinAnte. Also a atop
illbob tag blackaisith shop. Apply at trie
PENABY LV Atif.xdp
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
RIIDOI PH MILLER, of East, Hanover
township, offers binrelf as a Asndidski for the of
tics °MOONEY 00114/ 'MOSER. subject to the Union
Republican Nominating Couveet'on sod pledgee Mtn
elf' nominat d and elected, to ditiAlum the d Mtn of
the office with fidelity JOB- .h.te
FOR COUNTY COM 1 , SSIONER.
AVID BERST, of • synth Hanover
teitialligi, 'offers hinvelf Ota candidate for the
.re of COO\ TY 0)11%11 - 31uNgill, subject to the. 1781012
republican Nominating Convention, and piedgeti hewer
If nominated and elected, is discharge the duties of 'he
union With' fidelity
AbIIJKL PAGE, of Swatara fownaltip,
L. 3 announces himself as s can - Nate for the offiica of
County Onten-slotier. mattot to the d often of ioe,Re
pnblican County convention. He pretties If condoaded
and elected go discharge the duties of est . office for the
good of the tax meteor the county. jytlistlw Cote
PRINUSTON. N. J. •
Rev. Jenne P. Boom, A. M.,
Rev. god. W. CATTaLL A. hi t Prinei P ak '
Tffis-Incitation, founded in 1829, is
designed to prepare boys thoroughly for college or
f Irat intatnern Ufa. The buildings /11e large and comae
dins, and the grounds embrace more than th realm
acres. Bath of the Prlnclpala devote Uttar whole. Ume
nom rehOol, aided in the department of hunroution by
t hem Mary inatrarklen.and drill, (under thtt charge
of an elperlanded Instructor,) la arranged so as not to
tnsertbre writ the regular studies, oecup .1, of
the rme appropria , ed to curable
Of soy Utasitt trout
/lag rot au lesion. , —)ne—.lFL 2 / 5 , sentlen of
" Alictairs, or fortber leorotation. address olithorof
Rini:tak. iteereaco '4l also n7i ide to ttio Rev. Mr.
leans Me Rea. Dr.,Fiedtie . and" the Rea. Dr. Mcill,
'professor in Ow Ihngegibial &mammy, Pr6acetes‘,4#l..l.
I have for genera! years been intimately acquainted
whit the Rev. ThOliav W. Cattail!. HO has bad charge
of two ofay slim, and I poi shrely nay I have never
known any one In whoie fidelity and devotion to his pu-
Os, I kayo ORSINI ennilienee. He 18 It good scholar and
nsticagai!ul touglar T know no ate who hats greater
Isbagth gethier (beim of Ins gaolers or whoererts
-over tbap'n bolter Winnow .
Isu 'time et the Theponsibility io spo .king In snob
te.rmsof oososseadatkra of a - teacher, but lam ettialled
lam tioiug nothing but simple Jade() to an excellent
u14..1 u u & n: on language which I have bare em
fiktgea.. OBABtJB BODO&
.I,tave great contlderce in the Rev. Jas. P. Regina, as
.teer 'n his aptness to give Icatromion' arid
bit .4, adnithistmtlen of discipline. tbave bid tmo
son • erliis ears, an 1 from the most careful observa
tion lap foe Mrisoottunerai she edgenill toltool as two
or sae -11 thOroagh instruction.
je •4 lin-ro.jylklimJ al.la AN D-R T. 1141061..
JOHN B. SMITH
HAS removed his Boot end Shoe Store
from the corner of Second and Walnut streets to
NO. .14,NARKET STREET,
!livrEtoErpel mewl:mare Stere, where he intends
kin_tlT.Bools red 'Shoes, Gaiters, ht., sad n
large Stook of Doubts, andoreryilung in his line of be
shwas • and will be thansful to receive the patronage 01
Idd*old customers and the public in general .at his new
place of business. All kinds of work made to order is the
betgetyle'arid by superior workmen. ternadring done at
short notßie. (apr2dtf] JOHN B. SMITH.
UMBRELLA MANUFACTOBY t
At0..69, Ilijarket Street, below Third,
M. N. LEt✓,
biAN 1.) FACT kJ RER OF 4.1
PAILSOLS and WALKING MINES, will tarnish
goo& at LOWER PRIGIN than can be bonebt in any of
lodinate& eines. Country nrentrams mail itn well IQ
2. l :l4lrinaine prices and nneditYi s nd ettIIVIRCP
this ant. zifilktly
100 PIERCER OF GOOD
DODOS & ON,
BZILD.T.NG LIME STONE.
NOS UM &? TEO
N t F , YSTONE FARM
aft, • POlbrB.
fr FELS handsome property recent Irtreon
pied by the Pal ./tlsf LVANIs Itaxa.s-at gg
1. offered for sal.. It to welt suited tenter Ido
Residence or a B ardint Solite', beteg supplied
water, bath rooms, heater, range, eta. Tee ground;
contaiti,vadtable Fret Trees and Shrubbery. The plena
will be sots low sad poss. eaten given within reasonable
those. For terms, des., apply t
MRS. 8. P. WAUGH, or
Dd. Hid. H. E ;LE
.Ezeoutora of Estate of Rev. B. E. Waugh, decd. eladleodit •
CUMBERLAND VALLEY INSTITUTE
FOB YOUNG GENTLEMEN,
REV, 0. EGE & SONA.
SAN ACADEMIC AND COMIESCIAL SCHOOL.
AmlioN•l vr . ° 9= be ry r is i t s to t .;:y e U gi lAsNeAux•
chimp. $76 to WO per 80612011.
; Jo- Send Ibr a aruu az. jyl64llxl
THEO. P. eOHEFPER,
BOWL. AND JOB' PRINTER,
NO. 18, ][ARSE"! STREET,
ierParticular atieution paid to Printing Ruling and
Minding of Ra il road Blanks, Manifests, Petioles, Meeks,
Drafts, ha. CARDS printed at $2, $3, $4, and $ 5 per
honsand In elegant style. 120
('TALL at No. Market Street, where
,IL/ you will find a large arid well selected stock of
Plate and fancy Confectionery of all kinds. A great vs.
My of toys of every de-cripilon, Ladles' Worx &ands
end Fanut Baskets, troieign r dts, Noe, Dates and all
Other articles generally imps In a confectionery and toy
Store. Receiving fresh supplies ovary week. pall and
exattilnefor yonrselves. WK. IL WAGGONER,
aprladem P oprietor.
9F all sizes, patterns and prices, just
received and for sale by
3 WV. DOM, Jr., h Ca
ATTENTION FARMERS I
SCYTHES, SNATHS, GRAIN CRADLES,
BARES, SOTras mans and XMAS In great
Toriety, to be had onta u t uums
Opposite the Court moo.
ith.FEW Boxes good Cheese, the balance
o f a 'anti oensignment, are offered at an unusually
w rate to class out the lot. To retail dealers there arta
tie an Inducement offered. Each box sold will be guar
anteed as represented. Wei. DOC;ff, JEL.,at Co.
WE are offering for sale .a splendid
quality . of Vanilla, Bean at low prises, by the
pound, ounce or singly.
1 . MUIR'S DRUG STORE,
91 Market Street.
CROSS & BLAOKWELL'S Celebrated
plan": SAME, PRESSftlrx9; ars„ ae. AWV
simply of the above, embracing every variety, Mat re
. Ted end tor sale by [do] atm. COOK, Jr., hco
newly - replenished stock of Toilet
and Fancy Goods is_unsurpassed in this city, and
confident of rendering satisfaction, we would nia-
P intto.l CAM HifLLSR,
91 Merkel street, two &cement of Pourth street, south
XITRA. FAMILY. FI4OUR, a choice idt
otßitas Vatrav Fla r,,s by bbL, or
oko ii 454 74"7,4 and , MI7A
Darner t Nat and Market Itra , gm.
CEIBH invoice of Messina Oranges and
Limos, furabs by NICHOL& & BOWMAN,
Odour Trout and MOM drool&