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Tuesday Afternoon, August 12, 1802
BONNET Fonno.—The lady wholit her bon
net at the Poet Office yesterday, will please cal
for it at once dlt
Tae non-commissioned officers and privates
of the Harrisburg Fire Zonaves, Capt. 3. Wes
ley Awl, were each be paid the sum of fifty dol
lars to-day from the county bounty fund.
FOUND.—On Wednesday, in the post office, a
small amount of money, in back notes. The
owner can have the same by proving property,
payii)g charges, and calling at the post office.
Tns TAIZERNE COUNTY quota of volunteers
numbering, we should judge, about one thou
sand men, arrived here this afternoon and went
into quarters at Camp Curtin.
OXISSION.—The names of Messrs. Daniel E
Martin and John Miner were accidentally omit
ted in the list of employees at the State arsena
who have volunteered in the nine months
CORRECTION. —.ln noticing the return of Mr.
George Swartz to this city yesterday, we inad
vertently stated that he was attached to the
Ninth Pennsylvania Cavalry. It should have
read the Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, Col.
Tan ABSZNOE or Orman from duty, by an
order of the War Department, will hereafter
affect their pay. Every officer thus absenting
hinnelf from his command, will be docked.—
This is one of the best orders that the Depart
meat has issued.
Fitts ! Mull I Free I I !—Aftenficm atigens
No class of our young men have devoted them
selves with more dibinterestedness to the sup
port of the military operations of the govern
ment than the firemen of the country. In the
larger cities where the fire department is an
important feature in the organization of society,
it has suffered its most vigilant and active mem
bers to lel ve their respective companies, throw
ing down the tpanner and the pipe, to joi
other companies where more deadly weapons
are used in the discharge of their duties, but
where danger is no less near or threatening.
This noble spirit on the part of the firemen in
rallying to the support of the government, im
poses a duty upon those who remain at home,
and who were never attached to the fire de
pattment, which must not be neglected. When
the fire bell rings its alarm, those citizens who
were heretofore accustomed to remain quietly
in their beds, and view the conflagration per
fectly at ease, because they knew that the
firemen were awake to contend with its des
tructive flames, must now answer the summons
of the bell themselves, and go forth for duty
in this branch of the public service. We do
not intend this as an appeal. It is a demand on
every citizen width dare not be neglected.
Many of our fire companies in Harrisburg have
been actually converted into military organiza
tions. The fire apparatus must become neglect
ed and the safely of the city placed in great
jeopardy from fire, if the citizens themselves
do not organize and attach themselves to these
fire companies. Let this admonition suffice for
Nromr LAZIES.—We have in our city a cer
tain class of young men who are called
"bloods," though why it would not be'easy to
determine, since the blood which should flow
in their veins is replaced as far as it is in their
power, by alcohol, which they imbibe, under
the various names which happen to most take
their fancy. The poet's advice was to
"Rise with the lark, and with the lark to bed;"
and these men follow the second part of his
advioe pretty faithfully seldom " seeking their
downy" without a lark which would seem to
quiet people of gigantic dimensions. Three
young men of our F. F. We—which being
translate .I tin vernxculam is understood to signify
First Families of Hanisburg—Were last night
enj iing themselves after their peculiar fashion
in the neighborhood of Front .street. They
imbibed " benzine cocktails," and other mys
terious compounds, whose names are known
only to the initiated at first class drinking Sa
loons, and eat there
--" housing at the nappy,
An' getting fou an' unco' happy."
until all sedate people had long ago retired to
their four posters, and were "sleeping the sleep
of the just." Then they issued forth into the
moonlight; which seemed to have a very pecu
liar effect on them, since shortly after one was
seen mounting an adjacent awning post, and
hanging between heaven and earth, like Maho
n:let's wiria, while his companions were striving
to follow in his wake by holding fast on to the
skirt of his coat. Alter performing numerous
gymnastic feats here they adjourned tv a neigh
boring curbstone and there satisfactorily settled
the question as to the price of oats. The bay
ing of a dog brought a new idea into their
heads, and their vocal organs were at once tuned
and brought into shape fur waking the midnight
air with dulcet strains. The echoes of a neigh
boring street were shortly afterwards wakened
by their melodious voices, and the slumberera
of the same locality soon suffered a similar
fate. An eminent physician was first favored,
but having no musical ear, he refused to he
charmed. A lady in the neighborhocd was
then honored, but either from sleeping remark
ably sound, or else from being totally over'
whelmed with the compliment, the trio received
no credit for their labors. Finally, having ex
haunted their repertoire they left, grumbling at
the base ingratitude of men—and woman, and
were heard no More. What became of them
afterwards, the gentleman who furnished iv
with these facts, and who hap ened to bolter
awake last night by a raging tooth-ache; ivies
unable to say.
M/LITLRY ItsmuCasturrrea—The committee
will meet on Tuesday evening, the 12 th
at 7 o'clock, at the office of A. J. Herr, Esq.,
in Walnut street, opposite the prkon. Arent
&ate signed by the captain and first lieutenant
must accompany each application-, as without
it, no action can be taken.
The name and residence of the applicant
should be writttn on the back of each certifi
cate, as it will facilitate action.
By order of the Committee.
Gso. BODNAR, ['rest.
A. J. Han;
0. EDWARDS, SRC.
FORMATION OH A RIGINENT.—The first regi
ment of volunteers under the nine months'
call was formed in Camp Curtin this morning.
It is composed of the following companies:
Russell Guards, Capt. Wm. W. Jennings.
Derry Fvncibles, Capt. Jas. Henderson.
Harrisburg Guards, Capt. John J. Ball.
Bois Guards, Capt.'. H. C. Alleman.
Carlisle Infantry, Capt. John Lee.
Shippensbuig Guards, Capt. Jas. Kelso.
Newville Infantry, Capt. Wm. Laughlin. •
James Guards, Capt. John C. Hoffeaker.
Patriotic Club, Capt. John. F. 'Ulrich.
Lebanon Guards, Capt. Lorenzo L. Greena
TRH FVGITF9R9 FROM BALTIMORE.—The party
of twelve fugitives from Baltimore, who wre
arrested at Williamsport, Pa., last Saturd ty,
and stopped over night at Herr's Hotel, in this
city, in the custody of a:United States Mar
shal, charged with trying to evade the draft,
were taken back to Baltimore yesterday morn
ing, where they were examined by Gen Wool,
who ordered the entire party to Fort EL'Henry.
BOBBED AT TEO. Darar.—A e s tranger from Lodi
Haven had his pocket picked this morning at
the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, of a Port
monnaie containing between $BO and $lOO, most
ly in 11. S. Treasury notes, one $2O gold piece,
a promisary note for $B3B, and a lot of papers
of no value to any person but their owner. A
reward of $2O is offered for the recovery of the
HORAM Posirsa.—The fallowing ex
tract from the letter of a young officer in South
Carolina to his sister in Norfolk, will doubtless
be read with pleasure by Lieut. Porter's friends
here. It is a just tribute to his worth :
"I am glad you saw Horace Porter. He is
a noble fellow and well deserves all the honors
paid him. I see by the papers he was ordered
to report to Washington and was assigned to
litClellan's army, where he will douhtle-s dis
tinguith himself as he has done in this depart
ment. For weeks before the taking of Pulaski,
while nearly all others were enjoying them
selves, and passing their time in comparative
ease, he was bard at work in the swamps and
marshes of Tybee, toiling through the lung
hours of the night in building batteries and
mounting guns. No one knew or saw anything
of him then—but the result of his labors wa ,
shown in the reduction of the fort, and he is
now the recipient of the honors which his skill
and bravery so well deserve.. He has a bright
future before him."
&mums Bemmermago —That excellent peri
odical, Hall's Agouti of Health, says that if you
write to a soldier, friend or relative in the
story, using a common envelope and a sheet, of
fo-lsoap paper, you may al,o aid, vallliou! . .
ceemogAte.yreiahteforwhictiliAtiree cent r.ost
age stamp will pay, as much tea as a teaspoon
will take up twice, or as much , black or cay
enne pepper, such as is obtained from a good
drug store under the name of '`Capsicum," BB
3 ou can take up at once with a common tea
spoon, and the smaller envelope of thin paper
to hold either. Chewing the tea, a pinch at a
time, every hour or half-hour, while keeping
guard, or under circumstances of great thirst,
or of excessive weariness or sleepiness, will en
liven, will modify thirst, will invigorate, cr
will waken up to a grateful extent, considering
the amount of tea used, and ite perfect safety
from ulterior ill results, such as follow the use
of alcoholic drinks. But a heaping teaspoon
ful of genuine "Capsicum" ie worth ten-fold
its weight of tea leaves, especially in summer,
in mauy ways; for ex.mple, a single quarter
of a pinch will save a man's life—that quarter
of a pinch being put in a sleepy sentinel's eye.
If it dont waken him up, and everybody else
within an Indian yell's distance, then it is
not a prime article of capsicum. A single
pinch in a glass of fiat or warmish water will
nullify theist qualities, and besides satisfying
thirst, will invigorate and effectually prevent
that uncomfortable sensation arising from
having drank largely of water. A good pinch
eaten at each meal, or whenever a cup of coffee
or tea or water is wallowed, will always invig
orate digestion, aids to preVent acidity,, and is,
besides, a great antagonist of the diarrhea,
dyientery, flux and "looseness," which are the
great scourges of all armies. A level teaspoon
of capsicum daily, taken in eating or drinking,
or both, or if taken a pinch at a time during
the day or night, would do more real good,
and that without any ill result, than ten times
the cost in rum and quinine, as a preventive
against chills and fevers. Liquor and quinine
initiate the soloier into intemperate habits;
they will wake up a love, a craving, a slavery
to strong drink, which pepper and water will
never do. The latter invigorates like food, the
former merely excites, then leaves weaker than
before. A pinch of capsicum, which is simply
pure cayenne pepper, will do a great deal more
toward warming up a soldier, toward invigo
rating him, toward keeping him vigilant on
guard, and toward modifying thirst or fatigue,
than the best glass of grog ever swallowed.--
Capskum goes farther, and is more efficient for
all purposes than black pepper ; if by express
or privately; send half a pound at a time, in a
tin *ox. If you have nothing else to send in
Your letters, send a few pins, or a needle and
some thread.' Many havaseen the time when
a string or a pia would have been worth ten
times its ordinary value. Write often to the
soldier. Write long letters. Give all the news
you can think of. Let every line be lull of
love ; of kind, affectionate interest and en
couragement. Be sure to inculcate a generous
magnanimity toward those who oppose, so as
to have as few obstacles as poseibte to a cordial
coming. together again, when that` good time
comes, as it certainly will, before long. We
are -all brethren, presently- estranged, sone of
the - same sires, and, taking an enlarged view,
the aggregate characteile pretty
thungtiluartia Daily telegraph, t utsbap 'Afternoon 'August 12, 1862
DAVIS' PANORAMA or THE GREAT REBELLION—
ITa EXHIBITION.—Hoory Davis, the popular ar
tist of this city, having completed the additions
to his great panorama of the rebellion, will
favor our citizens and the public generally with
its public exhibition, in Brant's City Hall,
next Saturday evening. The oiigisal pano
rama proved itself a gem of the Rost water, ob
tained universal popularity, and was sought
with the utmost avidity by all classes of our
citizens. Some additional scenes bring down
all the leading events of the rebellion to the
great battle of Malvern Hill,' near Richmond,
all of which are delineated with a distinctness
and 'vividness as to make it difficult to realize
that things are but works of art—ideal crea
tions—and not genuine nature. The dioramac
effects of the painting has also beep much im
proved, and are calculated to product:la strik
ing effect among the audience. We predict
for the panorama a successful career.
Fleas Fos OUR BEANE MEL—An article In
yesteiday's TELEGRAM, on the subject of the
ladies providing flags for the brave men who
enlist and go from this city to assist in filling
up the quota of Pennsylvania, has elicited the
following response :
Efamussupa, Aug. 12, 1862.
"A suggestion to the ladies" in your issue of
yesterday, I hope will be taken hold off by the
ladies of Harrisburg. Sickness in my family
will prevent me from taking part, but I enclose
twenty-five dollars to be given to the commit
tees of ladies that shall be appointed for the pur
pose of presenting flags to each of the live com
panies raised in this city. By all means let the
ladies give this slight token to our brave vol
unteers, to prove that our hearts are with them
in the good work. Respectfully, •
Mss. THEODORE Amon.
GEORGE BERGINER, EQ., -Edit 4r of the 2Negraph :
This prompt and liberal response to a pa
triotic proposition, deserves our highest com
mendation, and is worthy of the emulation of
many more of the ladies of Harrisburg.
We shall hold this.check subject to the order
of any committee appointed to carry out the
object sugge4ted, and, in the meantime repeat
our appeal for more of the material aid to _
sure the entire success of the suggestion. Who
will be the next lady to enroll her name on
this list ? ‘.
Wen Poesy. —Here's a string of verses that
no real lover of his country can read without
feeling an inclination to wield a blow againtt
the foul rebellion :
PUT IT THROUGH. '
COllle Freemen of the land,
Come meet the last demand
Hern'3 a piece of wok in hand,
Put it through
Here's a log across thli way,
We have stumb•ed on all day,
Here's a plough-shea,r In the clay,
Put it through!
Here's a country that's half free,
And it waits for you and me,
To say what its fate shall be,
Put it through
While one traitor thought remains—
While one spot its banner stains
(Me link of all it.. clwins,
Put it through
Sear our brothers in the tlehl,
Steel your swords as theirs are steeled,
Learn to wi•-id the arms they wield,
Put it through I
Lock the shop and luck the store, .
Chalk this upon the door,
" We've eulisted for the War l"
Put it through I
For the Birthrights yet unsold, •
For the History yet untold, •
For the Vuttue yet unrolled,
Put it through I
Lest our children p Ant with shame,
On the father's dastard fame,
Who gave up a nation's name,
Put it thruugh
Father Abram, hear us cry
_" We can follow, we can die,"
Lead your children then and try
Put it through !
Here's a work or God half done,
Here's the kingdom of His Bon
With its triumphs jUst begun,
Put it through I
Father 'Orem, that man thrives
Wlio with every weapon striVes- 7
Use our twenty Minim lives I
Put it though I
'Tis to you the Trust is given!
'Tie by you the Bolt is driven
By the Very God of . Heaven,
Drive it through!
Tau Bomar FUND.—AII the companies en
listed from this county will receive a bounty
of $5O. The sum is to be paid to, the .men as
they are mustered into service by B. F. Kelker,
Esq.,' the Treasurer of the voluntary Bounty
fund contributed by the citizensof this city.
Over fifteen thousand dollars have been sub
scribed by the citizens of this city, and nearly
the whole of which amount has been paid
over for that purpose.
The County Commissioners, however, deem
ing it more just and equitable that these
moneys should come directly from the tax
payers of the county, have appropriated a sum
sufficient to pay each man enlisted from this
county $5O directly out of the Treasury, and
appointed Mr. Klux= as disbursing agent.
They have also agreed to return all the money
paid out by lir. (siker from Ahe fund raised
by the; citizens, and thus anume the whole
indebtedness for the volunteer bounty fund
of this county. Before the appropriation
was made, however, twenty-five responsible
citizens of this county gave a bond of in
demnity to the County Commissioners • for
the sum thus expended; trusting to the twit
lecislature for authority to legallie the 'loans
made for this purpose. Several citizens have
also advanced Ahe money to the County Com
missioners, and the companies are now paid off
as soon as they are ready to receive the bounty.
We mast accord all praise to the Commie
stoners for their patriotic action in this matter.
The citizens of the county are the proper per
sons to pay all these expenses, and it will then
be equalized properly. We have men in this
city who are worth several hundred thousand
dollars, that have not contributed one, penny to
the fund raised by our patriotic citizens, and
they will now be compelled to pay their share.
The fund raised by vur citizens can be`used ter
tin; sepport of the fimilies who have cc•ptribut
ed their. fathers. or sans to the war. We.shall
Bad abundant nee for it.
MB QUOTA of New York State under the draft
is 69,705 men. 12,618 are to be raised in New
York city; 4,294 iu Brooklyn.
ANOTHER NEW CCRINTEEPerr.—A dangerous
counterfeit 6 of the Commercial Bank of Glen os
Falls, New York Is in circulation here. Three
of them were detected to-dAy at 9rie of the
binks. Genuine not of that bank are not
in circulation here ; and all notes on it should
be refused, and measures taken to arr,at the
Jossea F. KNIP.II.—We understand that
Mrs. Knipe has received a dispatch from her
husband, Col. Joseph F. Knipe, of the 46th
Pennsylvania regiment, ' announcing that be
was only slightly wounded in the recent en
gagebreat with the rebels near Culpepper Court
House, Va. . This will b, gratifying news to the
many friends of the gallant Colonel, who were
led to believe, from previous reports, that his
wounds were of a very serious nature.
ROLL OF HONOIL—Tbe following members of
tbe. Locust Street Methodist Sunday School
have enlisted in the service of their country :
J. Wesley Awl, Captain Fire Zonaves.
F. Asbury Awl, Captain First City Zottaves.
W. .W. Jennings, Captain Russell Guards.
John Ensminger, Lieut. First City Zonaves.
PIM CITY =Aria
Robert R. Vaughn, Leßue Lerner,
Frank Scheffer, James Thomas,
Louis Zollinger, A. C. Swope,
Benjamin E. Dailey, William Hippie,
Carrol Charles, W. F. Ewing,
Thaddeus Gowen, Levi H. Patterson
Jacob Groff, .Fdmuod Glover,
Geo. W. Miller, Albert S. Quigley,
Chas. A. Strydinni David Stouffer, -
Geo. P. Chandler, Ross Meredith,
ram ENLISTING IN THE MARINES.
James W. Forster. 'Wm. M. Kinzer.
Making a total of twenty nine. The above
roll was read last Sunday and appropriate ad
dresses delivered by the Rev. F. Moore, Pastor,
and J. Wesley Awl, Superintendent.
A VIM TO CAMPS CURTIN AND aIIIMONS.—IM
bued with the ge,,eral feeling for the succes<
of our glorious old Union, and the pride and
gratitude we feel especially for the,brave young
men that hWve forsaken their homes and
sweethearts, (not that they loved their homes
and sweethearts less, but their country more,)
to throw their all upon the altar of their coun
try, we visited last evening Camps Curtin and
Simmons, and it is truly a pleasure to see how
easy the young men from this city who have
just left the ease and comforts of home, can ac
commodate I hernaelves to a soldier's life. They
have our best wishes, and when rebellion is no
mote and they return to their homes with
honor, the cheap dry goods house of thuna &
BOWMAN will offer them a hearty welcome.
A MODEL ESTABLISHMENT —Among the many
improvements lately made in our cite, to which
we can point with pride as an evidence of pros
perity and as a determination on the part of
our business men, no longer to remain behind
the •• light h . othe," is the completion of Eby
& Kunkle's large brick building at the corner
of Market and Fifth streets, which is alike
ereetitable t b o o ner, next ornamental tAI that
part o our city.
The building is not only one of the largest,
devoted to the grocery business, outside of Nee
York, but the stock ch dienaes competion.—
Without going into detail, we may safely say
tbeL the firm keep on hand everything usually
kept in a grocery store, (liquors excepted,) and
that they sell .at very small profits. 'Then
clerks are civil and accommodating, and have
strict instructions under no circumstances what.
ever to misrepresent or take advantage of any
customer. A general itivitation is extended to
the public to visit t/ip new building and exam
ine the extensive a k, whether they purchase
Wa have received a very large assortment of
Hoop Skirts, all qualities and prices, from 76
cents up to $2 60 ;25 dozen of Afar.eilles
Shirt Breasts, Collars and Cuffs to match, the
whole set for 26 cents, worth 60 cents ; 10
boxes of Ribbon fur dress trimming, all colors
6 boxes of Belt Ribbon, all col Is ; a large ae
sortment of linen and needlework Collars, and
setts of collars and sleeves; a large assortment
of white Cambrics, Tactunetts, figured and
plain Swiss Huslia, Brilliants, Nansooks. the
finest lot of embroidered French Cambric Baod,
ever brought to Harrisburg ; 4 pieces of striped
gee& for Undershieves ; 200 embroidered In
fant Waists at all prime ; 20 pieces of Black
Silk Lace, all prices, some yard wide suitable
for dress flouncing or trimming of lace shawls;
Lace Mitts at all prices, 25 cents np ; 40 dozen
of ladies and gentlemen's linen pocket Hand
kerchiefs. - For wholesale customers we keep a
large assortment of hoisery and notions, such
as Spool Cotton, Thread, Needles, Pins, Stock
ings, Socks, etc., etc. 8. Laws.
TO THE YOUNG OR OLD.
Male or Anode,
you have been sollbrine , rOM a NOR indulged in by the
YOO2llO, BOTH ,szas,s,
WHIM CAUSE, BO M.a NY ALARMING nYMPTOMS,
Ic Uralts these -for Marriage,
And Is the grettmet evil which Gin betel.
MAN OR WOMAN.
See symptoms enumerated in adverlisenteot, and if you
are a sufferer,
Cut out the advertisement,
And send for it at once.
Delays are dangerous.
Ask for itelmlbold's
Take no other.
Beware of CouNterreits and imitations. jyl.6-o2ca
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE I I
Win. A. lintchelor's Hair Dye I
The only Harmless. and Healable Dye Known 1
All others are mere imitations, and should' be avoided
lfyou wish to escape ridicule. .
GARY' RED UR RUSTY HAIR dyad instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Slack; without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been &war
ded to Wx. A; RATOHILOR elms 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
W. d. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is WAIIII2IIO
ard to injure In the least, however long it may be contln
aed, and the 11l edema or bad Duds remedied. The lair
is invigorated for life by this splendid,Dye, which is prop.
arty applied at No. 16 Bond Street New York.
Sold io all the cites and towns o[. the baited States, by
praiglete and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Gettutne has the name " William A. Batchelor,"
mod tuldreas upon a Meal plate angraviitg, on the loot
4idelf of each box.
Wholeeale Factory, 81 Parday St,
iict24lBrwly. late 288 Broadway, New York".
NO. 68 MARKET STREET.
NOTICE TO MILITARY OFFICERS.
T rAVING on hold an ivaortmant,
wistaria sofse d, Sabi , wit ay, L i tapered to
ni ' 0,1 9 uPcill t short notice ated h tha 'beat naateer;
eilloere unicareas. 160 Awe!_ adds and ewer gcole
sulabk to takers Oat& eh hand: agrailaa
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
RUPOt PR MILLER, of East Hanover
ow p, olrers hlwelf w. a candidate for ihe
Ilee UONrY SIOSER, aUbjeUt to the Union
lienuNicao N mioating Convent on, a'.d pledgee hlni.
orlf it llol2lil at d end elected, to d a:barge the tl .iiee of
inr rifle, with lide rty J•18-11:4 to
FOR COUNTY COAIMISSIONER.
DAVID BERST, of . 'outh Elan..ver
town.hip, offer; hittrelf as a candidate for the
02 1 . 0 01 COLT \ 1 1Y C dIuNEH, subject to the Union
.eoublkau Nominating Convention, and pledges hunueif
if nominatoi and carted, t dizoharge the duties of the
thee With Odeldy_ jets de.tc*
S mm AMUFL PAGE, of Swatara townßhi,p
ulnkces io a can Plate for th e office of
°linty Con ml vio..er. Firj. et m .be fi oi. on of u e Re
pu.,lman C. unto obvent.ou. lie Pr. mines If Lomtatued
utl elertel to MN:am. ae tbe .11bUe.. of as offine for the
and 0 , the 14X I a to n• tt e iyIP Mal wt,.
rIZINGN,TON, N. J.
Rev. June P. Ilueszs, A. 211 ,1 .„ .
Rev. Taos. W. CAITaLL, A. M.,- 711018 P 1 s•
rHIB Inktitution, - fOnAded in 1829, is
designed to prepare boys thoroughly for college or
fir a business life. The buildings are large end commo
- and the rounds embrace more than th rteen
ewes. Both of the Principals devote 'their whole time
to the school, ailed in the department of Inetruution by
competent teacher, • ,
he m Mary instruction and drill, (under the charge
of an experiencA Instructorj is`arranged so as not . to
inierlbre with the regular stadlee, occupying a part, of
the time approprlaied to exercise and recreation.
Pupils arereuelved at aoy time and charged only from
the date of admission: Tinual:--$125 00 per minion of
dye months. -
- For circulars, or further information, address either of
the Principals. re erases is also made to the Bay. Mr.
Front the Reo. Dr. Hodge and the Rev. Dr. McGill,
Professors in the theological Seminary , Pri nc eton, N. A.
I hava for several yearibeen Intimately acquainted
with the Rev. Thomas W. Cattail. He has had charge
of two of my sons, and I can safely say I have never
enown any one in who fidelity and devotion to hie pu
pils, I have equal confluence. He is a good scholar and
a atiocessrul teacher. I know no one who bias a greater
recility in gaining the Jove of his scholars or who alerts
over them a boner influence:
lam aware of the responsibility: in speaking in each
termSoloommendation of a-teacher; lint lam ettisned
1 am doing nothing bat simple litst-ee to an excellent
man, in Ming the Janguage which I have here em
. cam SS I:I9I)GR.
1 bare great confidence in the Rev. Jas. P. Hughes, as
a teacher, both n his aptness to give Instruction, and
his tact in the subitinhtratlon of discipline,. I have had two
sone under his care, atm from the most careful observe
hat lam free to recommeod the fidgeltfitiehool as c ue
of safe aod thorough Instruction. -•:, -
is 4 dim-rehlsdlmJ wi FX T. waILL
.01*.kitilL; Ili ANT TAILOR,
85 MARICEI'. ST., JIARRISBURG,
IS now prepared to furniPh officer's
military c'ott in g a g to reyuktr•P at , hort
"'lce A.... 3 a gene , a t 01 t 1 tha, COS !metes,
ventage and nady sawn clottan; for cl
ARMY KNIVES AND FORKS.
A. LARGE supp'y just received and
FOR SALE CREAP,
AT GILBERT'S HARDWARE 'STORE,
Opposite Ito Court House•
JOHN B. SMITH
' [J AS removed bin Boot and Shoe Store
from the corner or eecood and Walnut streets to
NO. 108 ittAh'ICET STREET,
, :eat door to Havnel agriculture :tare, where be intends
'o keepall iriode of kiim a a^d Oboes, Gait .rs,' arg., and a
taw emit of Trunk 4, and everything in his Hoe of bu
nions '• and will be thanalul to ..receive the patronage 'of
pis old customers and the pub& to geoend at his flew
la of business. All kinds of wo-k made to order la the
lest style and by superior workmen. Prapairing cl•ne at
short notice. famildtfl JOHN 'B. SMITH.
M. 69, Market Strimt, below Third,
M. H. LEE,
itif - ANUFACTURER• OP' UMBRELLAS,
ju. PARBOLS and WALKfIW CANES, will furnish
floods at LutifEß P 131.0 than can be bought bi any . of
an Eastern olden. Country wrchanta will do well to
call and examine prices and quality ,
. and convince tbent
selves of tbia fact . an23-dly
Confectionery & Fruit Store,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS,
.ORANGES AND LEMOMS,
PINE APPLES, BANANNAS,
FRESH AND SALT FISH,
and vezeteblee of air -kinds, brought direct from the
Madero Markets, twice a week, and purchased miner my
reonal supermsion, - thus ettatilidg Ms to sell a better
and cheaper article thaw any in the market.
If Fr Oreers from a distance attended io promptly, and
ends de leered t) any pait: of the city free of charge.
FEE H CANNED FRUIT 4 constantly on hand 'Hive
me a call. Lje26 . l JOHN WM&
FOE FLTING TK
I\TEW Patternfrol Coal Oil Lamps, with
121 ell the reeenty improved burne afi r sale by
m 19 (MIEN, r", 7,1 1. n :I .rV
rOBA.COO and segarß of all kinds. for
L sale by NiCHOLB as. BOW m N,
00 - inir F roiet wad Market Streets.
1 sugars and ryrupa for
1.4 sale low, by alo4ol,- a row %lAN,
ir2 9 Corner Front and biarkit streets.
BROWN engageof all grades, for sale
tow, by NICHOL, & OgNAN.
Cnroex Fron an. ihrket -treeta.
GOLD PENS !—The largest and best
Stook, frgm. $l.OO to $4 0 4 —warranted—ot
02 0 RR RIMItt R Ark Frooß.
atiperior brands of extra lankily Aloar
ws Warrant to Irv° satior.otioo tor ICA by
NIGHOLs a aowasN,
s 11 bursar hart sad Market streets.
FOR THE 15TH INFANTRY,
NE hundred more able bodied (mar.
ried or stoma ned) men are wanttd to complete
the Sean dßa When of tie above re: he .
Its ira quartwa are pleassntis 100 tYli at "Camp
Wissahickon' , on the tanks or the &hayik Ik , war
Ph ladelphis, where reeru is a e weekly atm' to he
thoro ghly instructed before going kilo actin) inwicis
Bo test, inte.hrut and ene , gett men are paninularly
witht,d for non- nmmis-i lied officers, to vr ,, ons ..a with
all recruits. every advantage or ad ,auced bounty, pay,
am., is tven.
A prvottumuf tiro dollars will be paid any eitise , l or
aeldier for etnb awe, tante In rtut presented bv h ut.
Further info,mc lon may be o,anei I. a p ied ,at
ih • aloe on kleoonda,ro t neat h Nark i hoe e, 11 -
r sburs, a, TllOllAi H. NOIIO * I
Capt 13 4 1 Wit , °trivia, Otdo r.
Scrap Iron and Metal Merchant,
MACHINE & FOUNDRY FURNISHINGS,
N. E. Cor. of South and Penn, and No 17
HIL AD EL P Hid
B:x s Red.
Antimony , Bab• lit Metal,
New. and Second hand Mead ueds' and BIMICUUIUir
TOWS and Steam Itnt lnce begina As dd.
drib:ins of every d eo l U n In use by Machinists'
and Foun'ryinen, famished to order.
Aar Cat& Maid for Scrap Iron, Old Rath, and all kinds
of metals. brill dim*
Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation,
Central Agency. at Harrisburg, Pa., of the
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH IMREIC.
Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual.
Capital and Assets $1,2001000
Arthur GI, Coin, Samuel W. Jouw, John A. BMW;
Samuel P. Smith, Cnarles Taylor, Ambrose Rh Le,
John It. Nall; Richard D. Wood, Willi tat %Fatah, Wit lam
B. Bowen, James N. Dotson, S bonds Web; John
aaseu, Ge Jrge L. Harrlton, Franc s It. 0 ape, Ad ward D.
Trotter, Reward S. Llarke.
Nurnun Q. zwinew.
CHARLES PLATT, Secretary.
As central agent for to al-tve name company, the
undoralgumr is prepared to take lira rltka .0 any pa- t
of Z'Utte 01 Panusy leant', either anomaly or perpet
ually, on the most tavoratt Is terms.
011 Ice Thlrt street betwm u Walnut and , trawbrillty
slay, Bu he's row
ielodly Bel (WI aoge. pa.
HAPPINESS OR MISERY?
THAT IS THE QUESTION.
1 , 11E Prop , fel ore of the 'PAHIzIA N
& CAD NNT WoNDE 18. ANATOMY and it DL•
Of YE be - e doo•rmi.ed ro. at Mogi or imp n-e, t I *co
rre (ro- the beztellt of eulleriog butu.olt-) VW ft of
tbe,r mwt todtrou Ivo sal i - tares or Li Mural OR Um ,
Ow a id its the:turn i malo te. servons 0 bl or, Prema•
tureD - clnuof.nehh el, lodlitatioo Weatoess Or Di
or alum, Loss ore argy.mt Ve I Pew -re. the Oro it do.
eial Reda, Oa those Yet Mos whlo to at tr.= pest t
rot tit tea , r 'mei aof AttatOßUl. or Tin tone. of PR IL
0t0.7 sod Neture'e lew, Them Itestatble Lectured
air • been Ma means of * enlishtniag ait a ...in; tootl
e oda, aqd will ne forwarded free on tie receipt of row
e amt a, by set resslog Ibettg . 'A Y warn or
0.0.a* , ELT AIM ALguIRIX7, 563 BrOodWAY, New YOfli.
INOW offer for sale that valuable
prop rty snouted on the oornerof Market and Fifth
streets, opposite sby's residence ; if not sold ou or br
fore the first of deprousber next or private sale, it will
dispoeni es at public gators on that day, on the
pregaLex Lt. itetUtibl.
S PLEN DID affisortaient of glassware just mare; warA it gals kw by
it.buLi do rowmaN,
1729 Corner Front ono Mann -beets.
EURA family floor, choice brand, pet
reonivad, and warranted vie g re satislant , no, for
.aun ny NIGH LS & nt WziN t
jylo 0,,r. Front & &bagkin,
f llik,AP Sugars, brown and white, 14.ew
N., Orleans, L./vomits, , are now °norm for sale,
01 every grid. to oott
Corner Front and ► nrket tercets.
QYRtil" and Molasses, no less than e ght
.inde, for nab by NI H L 3 to BOWM.N,
lyle Corner broat and Malice. streets.
EXTENSIVE assortment of Glassware,
including .7,-lly gleam Prwerve Dishes, GObletar
I.lmb era, &a., of eh styles, just receives gas ior
raw row by a BOWMAN,
M . / Corner trout la Market strews.
SEVERAL Machinists. Also a stout
boy in the blacksmith atop. Apply at the
jyl64.tf kAGLIC WORKS.
PURE Cider Vinegar, which we war ant
to be made solely from older. just received and for
sale low NIUBO. 6 d 0 lies,
Jell Corner Prost and Mar et streets,
BUILDING LOTS FOttr zALt.
TIEdRABL6 Building Lots on Ridge
jJ Buad and Boa. swoons, on res,onaoie n=IL It or
twiner lam tics ars Moue of
JO aN B. H OVER, Agent
Iyl7-dim! . South a'reet beinveLn eenant an Min.
ELLEAt'd DRI:I6' STORE ie the pise4.
A;SUPERIOR lot of Dandelion and Hi ir
Cotes. ror Bale al the at, re of JO 1 W4r , E my
FOR PRESERVING PIJRPOSBS.
AVARY superior article, (pure,) just
received and for .4e by
JeSO WM. DOCK, JR., & CO.
CIDER 111 VIREGAii 11 I
MADE from choice and selected Apples,
and guaranteed by us to be strictly pure.
AMA . - ...M. emit *
n AND ELION CUFF EN I—A. Fresh and
jUr large aupply of this Celebmed Coffeel net received
by heal , WM. DiXte Jr., az o.
ANNED Tomatoes and Green Corn, at
JOHN Wle epyl
U 4RA' J6LLY.—A large supply just
T 1.1.414.11 h "pm no 11(
A PPI Ed, Oranges and Lewuns, atJul.o.l
fillia.firat in the market, just received
.11. sad hi sal* by WU. INGIC, JA., tow
Sheet L ou,
Cron b ea,
an - ila,
Vices, P lee, kn.
Old e. etude,
" Leant, ko., kn.