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Mondny Afternoon, August 25, 18011
THE LAME REMIT SOCIETE return thanks to
Mr. Deal fora basket of tomatoes, to Mr. Mish
for two baskets of squashes, and to Mr. Aught
fora basket of tomatoes and a basket of assort
Acounurr.—A young lady, this morning, in
passing along Third street, accidentally fell
into one of the new cellar ways which are being
constructed by Mr. Jacob Stehley, beneath the
building adjoining this office, and received a
slight cut in the head.
GAIT Min Drs.—We are informed that
there is a barber in a certain section of the
city that has invented a hair dye whichrdolors
the hair grey. He is making a fortune.
In a short time every rebel in the city will be
excused from the draft on account of age.
AN ERROR. —ln the list of contributors to
the Volunteer Bounty Fund, published on Sat
urday, the name of J. C. Young was misprinted.
Instead of 8. D Young in the first column of
names, it should have been J. C. Young. The
name of S D. Young appers in the second col
umn. Both gentlemen havieg subscribed $5O,
their names became confound( d in proof read
ing, which will account for the error.
PmyroinApa Amin's& —A large assortment of
albums has just been received at Knoche's
music store, including all the latest• styles of
binding. Also, a new lot of those celebrated
melodeons, together with all the latest musical
publications. Don't forget the place, 93 Mar
ket street, below fourth. See his advertise
Pro Nic AT Itmesismacra ISLAND. The pie
the at Independence Island comes off next
Thursday, and promises to be a very pleasant
affair. Mr. Cole, the lessee of the Island, is a
good caterer, and nothing will be-left undone
on hie part, to insure the pleasure and happi
ness of all who him on the occasion. Tickets
AMONG Tall 13,2141131DFauoxsae who have
lately arrived in this city, we had the pleasure
of meeting Lieut. J. B Hutchison and Sergt.
Mathew Hyte. These soldiers belonged to a
Centre county Infantry company commanded by
Capt. Hess, and were taken prisoners on the 2d
of July, 1862, at Falling Waters, where they
were betrayed into the hands of the enemy; and
almost the entire company captured. The offi
cers were conveyed to Richmond," and after
wards sent to New Orleans, and then again re
moved.from that city to one of the many rebel
rendezvous of loyal prisoners, from which they
were released by the late order for the exchange
of prisoners. Lieut. Hutchison tells a sadstory
of rebel brutality towards loyal prisoners, and
is anxious to return to the service that he may
repay some of those who dealt so unbumanly
with him during his imprisonment.
Tao EV3IIO.IBNOY or Daum Sotrouts.—The
Montreal :Gaziate, while inclined to disparage
the Union cause, concedes to the superiority of
drafted soldiers. It says:—"A draft will
mainly fall upon the Agricultural Classes, upon
men inured to fatigue and exposure, and able,
from their general strength, to stand far more
hard work than the residents of cities. Yet it
may be urged that men forced into the service,
as these men will b,., will not fight With the
courage of the men who voluntarily came
forward to put down the South. This may
apply in some cases, to persons residing in the
Border States, whose proclivities are decided
Secessionists. But it should also be remember
ed that in no country where a conscription has
taken place have the conscripts Jailed to dis
play fortitude and courage. What was the
Old Guard at Waterloo, when it refused to
surrender, and died with the historic words
upon its lips, "La Garde nurse man ells as se
rend pal t What but a body of conscripts?
What were the 1111841 SUB who fought in the
Grimes with a doggedness and determination
which almost paled the deeds of the most
courageous and hardy troops in modern times,
but conscripts? People may say what they
will, deduct all they may on the score of un
willingness, but we cannot close our eyes to
the fact that the drill master will have splendid
material to worko nin the new levy."
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Aouctmeusar. Comma to Plaserrsamu.—
Dahostion of the College Bei/4679.-I%e friends of
agricultural education throughout the state are
respectfully invited to attend the dedication of
the braidings of the Agricultural College of
Pennsylvania, to take place on Wednesday, the
Bra of September next. They are reminded
that tab institution is situated in Centre coun
ty, nine miles southwest of Bellefonte, near the
geographical centre of the state, and that it le
accessible either by the Pennsylvania Central
Railroad to Spruce creek station or by the Sun
bury and Erie Railroad to Lxk Haven. From
Spruce creek visitors reach the college twenty
miles distant, either by private conveyance or
by stage. From Lock Haven they reach
fonts by stage, and thence reach the college
by stage or livery accommodations. It is hoped
that all the counties in the state will be repre
sente4n this meeting, and delegates, repro
sentialfis and ethers ere particularly requested
to notify me of the fact of their coming, that
arrangements may be made to receive them.
Editors of county papers will - meat our sin
cere thanks by giving this notice.
AssuesurnAL Cowes, Pennsylvania, An
N. B.—The Pennsylvania Cential Railroad
Company has generously agreed to sell mow
sionidoketato Spruce creek staticer - at half to
oarial tare on the let, 2rd and lid of I_,Eleple‘M-,
bar, good.to Mara until the 6th of September.
Teri Lieftana Ceoverax. Bain, having been
regularly mustered out of service, returned to
this city on' Saturday, and this morning paid
a very bandit:Mut compliment to the ivives of
two of the officers connected with that regi
ment. The band proceeded to the residence of
Col. E. d Williams, and executed some of its
beet music, and thence they baited at the resi
dence of Major Jordan, where they also die
coursed sweet music. Tne compliment thus
extended to two accomplished and charming
ladies, wives of two of our best citizens, on
duty abroad in defence of the Union, was at
once welltimed and deserved. At both resi
dences the ladles entertained the members of
the band in the handsomest manner.
COURT or QUAITSR SIMIONB.—The regular
August Court of Quarter Sessions met this morn
ing at ten o'clock, but owing to the absence Lf
the Associate Judges, who reside in the upper
end of the county, and could reach here until
One o'clock by railroad, the grand jury could
not be charged before afternoon.
The Treasurer presented a large number of
deeds for properties sold at a sale of seated and
unseated lands, all of which were approved.
The Sheriff presented also several deeds for
properties sold at Sheriff sale.
Silas M. Clark, of Indiana county, was ad
mitted to practice in the several courts of Dau
Geo. W. Shaeffer, Samuel Cassel, William
Moore, George Manly, Daniel Yoder, Samuel
Stauffer and Jacob Rodabaugh were appointed
Amon:Kora THIB Evianto.—Com. Foote and
Col Small, the two smallest men living, hold
their first levee at Brant's City Hall this even
ing, and from present appearances they will
attract a large audience. Com. Foote is de
cidedly a prodigy, far more so than Barnum's
celebrated $BO,OOO Nutt. Their performances
will no doubt be very entertaining.
Sanford's Opera House still continues to be
the grand centre of attraction for all fond of
genuine dashaway fun. The troupe are excel
lent delineators of ethiopean character, and
never fail to bring down the house in roars of
applause. Patronise the burnt cork opera by
The Gaiety Concert Saloon keeps on the even
tenor of its way, to the great delight of admir
ing hundreds who nightly patronise that mirth
provoking temple Gf amusement.
Duct nrs Elleaccr-Szvswni. —A letter received
direct from New Creek, (Camp Jessie,) from
private Will.am K. Parker to a citizen of this
city, states that the health of the regiment at
this time is good, the camp having been moved
to a more elevated and healthy loaation. He
remarks : "It makes us feel proud to see the
giant efforts our loyal State, through its noble
Governor, is making to assist in crushing out,
forever, we hope, this monstrous and hateful
rebellion. Glorious old Pennsylvania, thou
and thy loyalVeople are foremost among the
brave and good who are ever ready with strong
anus and willing hearts, and with justice and
humanity on our side, to grapple with the
mercenary foe so long as our dear old flag is
assailed or our laws trampled upon, through
the instrumentality of disappointed, reckless
and unprincipled devils in the shape of men.
Mr. Parker states that there is no telling how
soon they may receive marching orders to join
some one or the other of the advance wings of
Anima Aconmerr.—Two Men Killed. —The
other day, while the passenger trains north and
south over the Northern Central railroad
stopped a minute or : o at the passing point,
Summit No. 1, to compare time, a report was
circulated among the passengers and some of
train hands on the train northward, that two
men were seen lying close to the track a short
distance below White Hall station, supposed to
have been killed by some of the freight trains
in the early part of the morning. The southern
bound train was instructed to stop and see that
they were properly cared for, and made prepar
ations accordingly to take them on board. On
arriving near the place where the accident oc
curred, the conductor learned that the " Divis
ion boss" and his crew had visited the scene of
the disaster and found a soldier and a darkey
stretched out at full length, both dead-drunk—
so beastly intoxicated they seemed, that neither
of them knew whether they lay in security
within a foot or two of the crater of Mt. Vesu
vius, as the giant "ten-wheelers" and snorting
"camel backs" with their huge trains thundered
past—or whether they were liable at any mo
ment, by the slightest turn of their whisky
soaked carcasses, to roll upon the track and be
instantly killed. They were removed to some
"sylvan retreat" close by, to await the evapo
rated process of the vile tangle-foot, of which
they were both brim full.
From Frederiok, Maryland.
• Flummox, MD., Aug. 22, 1862.
Ma. Beausea.—Dear Sir:—The patients in
the United States General Hospital at this place
have improved rapidly. Yesterday and the
day before about two hundred were sent to
their regiments, and those remaining are- gen
erally improving in health. Since I wrote yen
last we have had bat one death of a Pennsyl
vanian in the hospital here. Lewis D. Gear,
of the 111th regiment, company E, Capt. Davis,
died on the 19th. His residence was Crawford
county, Pennsylvania. This is the third be
longing to the Pennsylvania volunteers who
have died here during the last six weeks. Der
ing the last two days about one hundred Penn
sylvanians returned to their regiments, and
about one hundred are still here. The medical
care, nursing and attention at this hospital
gives general satisfaction. One thousand more
patients could be comfortably accommodated
here, and the government is about to erect
more large frame hospital buildings. I sup
pose that we will soon have an additional num
ber of the sick and wounded brought here from
the army of the South. If Pennsylvania sol
diers must be in any hospital I would like to
see them here..
I feel much pleasure, if not piide, in reading
the account of the uprising in Pennsylvania, to
rapport our government I knew that with
such a population, and such sovernor to lead
them, Pennsylvaniai G
would not fall behind any
other state in the Union In her devotion to
owing and holy cause. I expected mucb
from Pennsylvania, but she has surmised my
most sanguine expectatiorsi.
Maryland is now sending forward b0r..40 0 P0-
rapidly. Washington, Broderick and Carol
punting are sending companies to Baltimere
d those counties will no doubt fill tw g .faii
titas of Wdiers for /ma
i/1 14161 A. Suer eon.
Vtutioutimttid Matti t degraiii,--Asitcattr s -' - :Aftunottif. -- litgust 25, 1812
,-/CA WATIMING MILIE.-4 the Coda of
Speciiimselons,l4W YOlt, on Thuisday, a
milkman was prosecuted for adulterating milk
at a pump. His counsel contended that the
addition of water, was not an adulteration of
milk. Mr. Hall, district, attorney, contended
that it was, and that although some men
might suppose that milk was improved by the
admixture with brandy, and thus made milk
punch, still, if a man purchased it as milk, he
was entitled to the genuine, unadulterated
article. The Court agreed with Mr. Hall, and
fined the defendant fifty dollars. .
Although the above case occurred In New
York, it will serve as a warning to some of our
dairyman in this vicinity.
Hamussuaa lava Brom Hamm'. for the week
ending Aug. 22, 1862. Totalieceipts of live
stock of all kinds during the week at the Har
risburg stockyard, 1,272 beef cattle, 1,944 head
of hogs, 2,066 sheep, and 60 horses. The sales
during Friday were :
M. Crossland sold 59 beaf .cattle.
J. Bussey sold 77 beef cattle.
J. Valentine sold 21 beefoattle.
At prices ranging from $8 75 to $4 50 per
The following droves of beif cattle were in
market this-week :
J. Bassey, 77 head J. Valentine, 17 head
B. Stephens, 73 " A. Warner, 82 "
tauchenhimer & 0. Erysman, 36 '•
Bro., 60 " M. Crossland, 51
J. B. French, 16 " Thos. Lamb, 65 "
M'Quald &C 0.244 " Wilson & Bro. 55 "
J. Smith, 64 " L. tienneman, 34 "
M. Johnston, 36 " J. W. Rutchin
J. J. Driaback, 68 " eon, 183 "
B.H. Coeheren,64 "iw M. Jeffries, 36 "
H. Miller, 16 " E Stone, 112 "
Tag FIRST Feu. Day Goms. —Thy steady ad
vauce in dry goods has induced us to I:erre:lre
our first stock of dry goods sower awn in for
mer years. In view of this we invite those
whose interest it is to purchase cheap, to call
and examine our new goods, just arriving to
day and during this week. Yours, &c.
A Monts ESTABLlSHllliarr.—Among the many
improvements lately made in our city, to which
we can point with pride as an evidence of pros
perity and as a determination on the part of
our business men, no longer to remain behind
the " light 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 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 challenges competion.—
Without going into detail, we may safely say
that the firm keep on hand everything usually
kept in a grocery store, (liquors excepted,) and
that they sell at very small profits. Their
clerks are civil and accommodating, and have
strict instructions under no circumstances what
ever to misrepresent or.take advantage of any
customer. A general invitation is extended to
the public to visit the new building and exam
ine the extensive stock, whether they purchtur
To the Afflicted.
The - undersigned would respectfully hi-,
form those who are afflicted with Rheum!,
tism Dyspepsy, Consumption of Liver and
Kidney, Coughs, Fevers, and all Mamma
arising from impurity of the blood, that she is
prepared to furnish Mrs. Westhoven's German
Vegetable Medicines at very moderate rates.
I have also an hand a quantity of invaluable
Salves for Sore Eyes, Frozen Feet and Piles,
References can be furnished as to their won
derfal efficacy, whenever called upon. There
need be no apprehension in regard to my cow ,
potency in administering it, as I have had it
on hand for the peat six years. As they aril
now sold at reduced prices, no family should
without them over night. They can be had a
any time at my residence, in Pine street, be
tween Second and Front,
BALL:—Six years since I was afflicted
with the dyspepsy, liver complaint and Inflam
matory rheumatism. Physicians failed to af-:
ford any relief. I then took of your veptinbki
medicine and was cured in a short time. Two;
years after I took the fever and ague, and again
you cured me. lam now entirely restored,to
health. I have no hesitation in declaringiltit
I believe they are the best family medicines
ever offered to the public ; . let thorn be tiied,
and their virtues will speak more for them than
I can. My residence is in Pine street between
Second and Third. Mater M. &LRCM.
Wa suns received a large assortment of hoop
skirts, from 76c. up to $2 60. A large assort
ment of linen and needlework collars, and col
late and sleeves, at all prices. White candnics,
jacconette, nantucks, brilliants, and tolidn and
figured Swiss muslin, at all prices. The finest
lot of embroidered French cambric brands ever
brought to Harrisburg-4)f infant's waists we
keep a large assortment. Ladies' and. gentle
men's linen pocket handkerchiefs, ladies' stook/
ings, gentlemen's one half hose; and children's
stockings of ail descriptions and wices. 'Natty
pieces of carpet to be sold cheap. Kentucky
pane, sattinytts and. cassimeres for men mid
boy's wear. We received 60 doyen` enspendere;
at all prices. 60 dozen cotton handkerchiefe;
with borders,nnd a great many other notions
and small wear. 8; law*.
TO THE YOUNG OB OLD.
Mali Or Banale,
If vim have been suffering from s habit in Attigea in by the
YOUTH OP BOTH OZZBA • . .
WHICH 0 USE SO MANY ALARMING SYMPTOMS,
It Unfits thels for Marriage,
And is the greatest Oil, which can basil
MAN OR WOMAN.
See symptoms enumerated In advertMentent,, end if raft
are a c nfferer,
Cut out the advertisement,
and send for It at once.
Delays are dangerous.
Ask for Belmbold's
- 'rake no' ther.
Beware of Counterfeits and Imitation. jyl6,42in
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE I
Wm. A. Batchelor's . Hair lye
The only Harmlees and Reliable Dyer Known 1
All others aro mere imitations, and should be setifiltid
',you wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR RUST r HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautified and natural Brown or Slick, without the lout
Injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN g DALB AND DIPLOYA2Rtsve been ewer•
ded to WM. A. Baineston simee 18 9, Ind over 9011„000
of hsolglis eattons him been made to the hair of the patron'
Wm. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE prodlice6 a abler
not to be distinguished Dem nature and is watuantnue
not to Injure in the least, however long it may ,be„ . ...lkeitils
ued, and the ill effects of bad Dv es ronedleaL "rho hair
Is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which in proP•
erly applied at No. 16 Bond Street New York.
Sold in all the cites and tows of the United Yhates, by
Dreggiats end Fancy Goods Dealers-
The Genuine has the mime "WHIM* 11. Satchel&
and address upon a steel pl a t e ee i p k ving, on ow in 6
tides of each - box:
Wholesale rectory, 81 EG,relet
nitadomay.,, Imellia Broadway, New
NEWPCIP: H L thmill lot .0
-these oclabrikd ms Jut reeeiveL
ern WM. DO, Jr., 2 W.
T' undersigned is now prepared to sell
coal at the tehowleg
Lorberry nut coal. ......
" fit vs ' 1
. broken "
Wit kegbarro lump or cupola.
-852 25 per ton
3 25 Per ton
IS 3 25 per ton
ig) 3 r 5 per ton
8 00 par ton
8 26 per tow
tit $ 25 per ton
• ......g 8 25 per tan,
.... 250 per on.
8 0 per ton
Seattle' coal. .... •er
per r n
ddb' The Larberry tool 11 a cleaner coal thau the Ly.
taus Valley, binding os easy, does not alulter, and will
biro longer atd give more h-at.
Teal la Id bribe boatload, ear los I, stogie, half, or
third tons and by the bushel.
/r . a II coal of the best quality mined and dAvered
;• .. PATENT WEIGH" CARTS.
Harrisburg, Aug. 9th-dim JAM M. WHNELER
HMADQIIAATSIB, Pituainvarna MILECIA,
Summit Gumux's Omos,
Thwrisisup, dugout 16, 1862.
STATE MEDICAL BOARD OF PROBSYLYABLI.
T HE State Medical Board will meet in the
HALL of THE Mousioi RIPRIMINTAIIITAB, at
Harrisburg, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER
11th, 1862, and sit one day for the examination
of candidate/ for the post of Assistant Surgeon
in Pennsylvania Regiments.
Candidates will register their names at the
Hall at 8 A M., and none but those present
punctually at 9 a N., will be examined.
Citizens of Pennsylvania of good health and
capable of active service in the field, can alone
be rt ceivtd.
By order of
A. G. CURTIN,
G vernor and Commander.in Chief.
HENRY H. SMITH,
anlilfdeodtd Surgecu Gerier.4l, Penn's.
GEORGE CUNIKLE F
NO. 66 MARKET STREET.
NOTICE To MILITARY OFFICERS.
AVIN 11 on hand an assortment of
1.1,. materials of gold, reliable Quality, is prepared to
Entsamp, von short notice and In the best manner,
Officer' uni&nas. also lame! abide and other good'
mutable fbr oaken *atilt on hand. sae -dlm
Maim & BOWMAN
4 4(111R GOVERNMENT," by M.
k o r Willowy, twain, the Constitution of the
rune Rates, and of thole of the several States, firing
the coustruction of their Provisions as determined
Mend y by settled practice oronaudard authors; and
Malvin We organisation and power of the different de
partments of •he goverment isogonal and State, and
paeral, the nature primmest:4nd mode of admin.
nitration ef the Gowerpaseat. country. Price Si 00.
Sold by M. Wilione3r, •Herrieburg, aad at book
stores generally. sole dew
ALL kinds of: Second :Hand Clothing,
boots and shoes, bought and sold-at the Auction
store, SestoodSlreat next to State Capital Bank.
towis knivei and sum blankets, a drat rate artil
lery Mid* sad sours tor an dicer for sale, No. 86 Sec
ond Street. W. BARR, Anctionetr.
IRVING FNMA= COLLEGE,
NtiHIS institution will open its next
tension on Wednesday, lite or reps r. Ste.
should enter promptly a the opening or the see.
111011. Per farther particulars, address
antddsodstr A G. MAIL VIT, President.
A FEW Boxes good Cheese, the balance
41. ors large consignment, are offered at an unusually
low rate to Closeout Me Jot. lo retail dialers' Mere will
bean inducement eters& Sash box sold will be guar
antee d as represented. WIC DOME, JR., & CO.
EE XTENSIVE assortment of Glassware, including Jelly gleam, Preserve Dishes, Goblets,
Winkvers, his, he ,of ell styles just received and for
isle low by • 2% lokou n dowacts,
• •P 7 Corner Front h Market stroe!s.
MRS. L. BALL.
EYERAL Machinists. Also a stout
)„.31 boy in the tolseksinith shop. Apply et the
1)16-dtf VAGLE WORKS.
Al l i oo ht w iN '8 "OH n !l l l i ,lN ,w il t E r ßLA :7. () .l .li , IN " G to . y
ei Weolewela prices,
A SMALL, but very superior lot of
Bologna .aniage just received, by
ray 29 WY. DOCK, Jr . & CO.
FOR PRESERVING PURPOSES.
A VERY superior article, (pure,) just
AddL received Bad for We by
ion WK. DOCK, Mt n & Co.
CLARET WINE I
virE are closing out aVERY SUPERIOR
V V LOT at taas than coat
SUGA RS of all kinds, white end brown,
lower tbsa say boos be tows, by
NICHOLS a BOWVAN,
out Corner of Front sad Market (treat.
OLD PEN'S l—The largest and beet
stoat, from $l.OO to 51.09.-warranted--st
811101181 8 81101L8TORI.
Qupenor brandi of extra family sour
1,3 which we warrant to give eagefeegoo, for eak by
NICHOLS it EIOWYAN,
Comer West and Market streets.
FrOBACGO sad aegara of all kinds , for
11 Ithb, NICHOLS k DOWILLN,
105/ Oinue Punk sad Mu tat Struts.
LOTS FOR SALE.
R. J. HALDEMAN will sell lota on
itori4 moot Pinainvaatta _avows.
&igh• Allity comer Front and
Walnut ' jyti.int
' ' ', s pares and Ante pulverized
sugar, tunes than any other plans M tons. Can
lan examine, TOM S& DGWllisli,
jyth Corner Fruity mut Marks streets.
RESERVING jars , fruit eau of all
Wads, for sale low, by
NEW& & BOWMAN,
Owisr Fonst silAtilstltst st esti
NEW Orleans Eingara, whit" and brown,
just reebired en/ for sale ley by .
Our. West sad Market meets.
ED mun AlA itni - r T umslor tr ail, BB it - h i er ß line, Mi um K ri NTh row t " .
red noCß ;Bj_rt. in brae
ABBIT mood article, for male
low by nava&
s•oth swot, Pas.
sizes, patterns and prieee, just
reo!ifved an tae rui b 7 .
inr. DOCK, Jr., & 00
*Apar ' Asks : l ll: ll6 " nr a liss ads br
La a acrwmast, _
je l 9 't gad Mutes dram.
I=M - Mtgi
OVA CONSTITUTION AND UNION
i'BOOI FOg THE PEOPLE.
WM. DOCK, dr., B Oo
WM. DOW( J 6,00
GAIETY MUSIC HAIL.
Beat Conducted Place of Amuse
, ment in America.
OPEN EVERY NIGHT.
NEW STARS I NEW STARS I I
tr aPPearanceof the Great American Daneensee,
MISS KATE . FRANCIS
!ilkf:11111 , NAIIDOWTIZOI(z
The Poetry of Motion,
In New and Dazzling French Ballets
MISS BATE ARCHER,
The Channiug Young and Beautiful Spanish Dmfolllo
MISS MOLLIE FIELDING,
The Favorite New York Prima Donna.
MISS JULIA EDWARDS,
The Harrisburg Favorite Comic Poe ‘iist,
and the Great GAIETY MDIETBEI BANB, Comic
Singers, Dancers and Comedians. T. H. Hollis, Jake
Budd, Dick Berthalon, Dan Howard, Tom Murray, Mast.
Edwards, .1 H. Hanel, Prof. Vanzart and ligsnerous
RO3 EDWARDS, s'ote Proprietor arid Manager
NUM' CAPITULATES I
1 0 1 'delai:Y3:1DnIZOSIODWLIPiel9l
Will appear for the first time is Harrisburg, at
BUNT'S CITY HALL,
ON MONDAY EVENING}, AUG. 25TH, 1862.
And every evening during the week,
And Wednesda? and Saturday Afternoons
From Nixon's Cremorne Gardens.
The Two Smallest and Mod retrials Fbrneat
Ever Exhibited in any cis or trans-Atlantic
SMALLER THAN BARNUM'S 180,00 J wow t
More Diminnitive than
By Eleven locket id ROOM
14 twenty one years of age, but twenty-eight
Inches in beigth, and weighing only 22% pounds.
sip- Is sixteen years of age, twenty-eight and a half
tactics high, and weighs twenty.two pounds.
The Commodore and Colonel will ride from the Hoist
to the Ball every day, in their beautiful and costly
carriage, grineirelly manufactured from tine red patent
leather, trimmed with gold, and drawn by two /mad.
Name ponies. The prevent Is the ooly occasion dist the
will ever have of witnessing three two diantou
Was specimens of hum►nity, as they leave ',homy for
Hooka containing the life end full particulars relating
to these diminnitive little men, also their songs and
many valuable family receipts, can be purchased at the
Multibillion Hall at the close of etch performs - flee.
11.1)MISSIOM 25 CANT?, Children under 10 years of
age lb cents. Afternoon Performances for lbe especial
accommodation of ladies and children, on which occa.
eon the admission wilt be Ad* its 15cts ; Children 10
cents. Liberal arragemen•s made with schools.
SANFORD'S OPERA . HOUSE•
Third Street, Below Market,
FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22, 1862.
GREAT STAR TROUPE
Will appear at the above hall o in a grand melange of
Singing, Dancing, New Acts, Burlesques ha., presenting
to the public the beat entertainment %the city.
Doors open at 73i o'clock to commence at 8 Admis•
Mon 26 ma, or Matra chairs 60 cts, Children 13 otst
Smits can be secured without extra charge,
For further particulars see small bills.
THE MISSES SMITH'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL ;
1210 Spruce St., Philadelphia,
Will be re.opeaed cn
MONDAY, SEPT. EIGHTH.
THE course of study embraces the
Latin, French and German languages, Music,
Drawing and Piloting, together with the elementary
and higher branches of a thor , ugh Euglish Education.
The arisommonslizns are of excellent cbaracter and
well ralcu!atet to ensure to the mils the comfort of a
home Owing to the pressure of the times, a deduction
of 10 per cent will be nwle for the ensuing year.
WAS bat or mislaid, several days
since an envelope, containing among other pa
pers the discbargeof a soldier of one of the Pennsylva
nia Reserve regiments, and two letters of recommenda
tion any person finding said papers, or either of them
*MU 'satiably rewarded on leaving them at the hotel
Of 8. Yreabarn, Northeast corner of 3d and Walnut gra.,
or at this °Moe. ann.iitt*
ALL employees of the Philadelphia and
Reading Radioed company, who may enlist in the
rerviec of the Chalet states for the purpose of crushing
the rebellion now threatening the ithertes of our coun
try, are hereby mewed, that their
will be kept open and given thein immidately on their
,that the face of their volunteering to
detend their c .untry in this emergency, will be consid
ered hereafter as greatly in their favor fur promotion to
any suitable positions in the service or this Company.
CHARLES K. SMITH, President.
Philadelphia,/nowt Bth. 1882. dlm
lITE, HAVING fitted up a large Retrig
erator, and having made contracts with some of
oar =Nit reliable farmers to famish os with fresh and
sweet batter regaled; will be enabled to swig °sr
emstomsrs withaweet fresh ice cold butter at all times.
m72SI • WY. DOCK, Jr. & CO.
LIE IJpdegrove Look Property, Canal
Foy and Rockville House, situated five miles
a Harrlabarg, is now offered Par sale. gee after
guinea& in Weekly or app'y to
NUTS, NUTS, NUTS I
ICA fide by th e bushel, a large lot of
ahell-barkk at the warehouse, on Chestnut street
w by tiursaliaarlber. WNW, A. MUEIVON,
talfFdlw Agee' Old Wallower Liao.
CLAMMED_ New Orleans sugar, a cheap
d besulittal artioleifor side by.
NICHOLS & BOWSLiN
Corner Froat an Market streets
r i grgEgyg ..89AP, something better
thailiarristitiV Hotisehold Seep, just
soin receivedtim, and
tor NICHOLS k
Oorner front end Market strode.
A ENTIRE N E W - 8 TOOK
GOLD PENS !
i b E as t;t 3t ale en la o rr e la d eso at rt naen t of Gold Pens
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK STORE.
These Pens exermanufactured by C. F. Newton
& Co., of New York, and warranted to , give
nil satisfaction. A Marvin satisfy any one
Examine the prices below
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 25..
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for Si 50
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 it&
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 '26
Hold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 60;
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 76
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $8 25
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $3 75
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $4 25
Gold Pen and Pencil, with Robber Holder $5 00.
Gold Pen and Pencil with Rubber Holder, $7OO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
A N V or l th N s t u. ;- I:alsaetelytbz.
u C p by r p d o te t r
I sin enabled to s ipply the publi ; with a
OF THE DIFFEBENT
VARIETY AND SIZES OF
Orders respectfully eolkdted—which, If left at AO
Offiee, toot of North street, or at ths once of W.
Dock, Jr. & Co., will receive prompt attention.
JOHN B. SMITH
[TAB removed his Boot and Shoe Store
41 from the corner of @area and Walnut streets to
NO. 108 MARKET STREET,
Next door to Ha) ne's Agriculture `tare, where he intends
to keepall kinds of Boom it^d Shoes, Gaiters, &c., and a
large stook of Trunks, and everything in his line of bu
siness • and will be thankful to receive the patronage of
his old ' customers and the nubile in general at his nels
Ohm of business. All kinds of work made to order in the
beet style and by etiperlor workmen. Repairing done ,at
short notice. (WWII) JOHN B. 8111TH.
VALUABLE AND DESIRABLE
WILL be offered at public sale, on
Thursday, the 11th day of September, at 2
o'clock, at Brant's Hall In the city of Harrisburg.
Tbirtythree acres of land with an excellent frame
home and barn and outbniblings, situated Partly in
the Oily of Harrisburg and partly in Swatara township.
This property is situated on the South of Hummel,-
town turnpike, a
portion of which his a beautiful
location on a hill, directly facing the city of Harris
burg, to be sold in three acre low.
Also a lot or piece of ground situated In Market r• .
adjoining Jones' House, having a front rg r , - •
extending beet 157% Bret to 20 10:4 „ lor
erected two story brick house with •• • • 4.4 5
brick building sod stable, having trAlan
feet alley on Market 114 mare, being" Ai_
desirable mituationa to- busmen er
the city. Passesslon given in Ist of 0..v.."4 4
Conditions of salsa are 10 per mot. of te. 9.00
money to be paid on the day of elle, the br.
000 half of the purchase money When ft Nr
mad*, and the balance in two equal annual
with interest, front Vs time posses don *Orem To be
Neared by bonds and mortgage,.
A plan • f the On ee acre has ran be seen at the boot
anti shoe store of A. Hammel, next door to toe Court
Due attendance will be given by
GEORGE HUMMEL and
Executor of David Humthel, deo'd.
ukuricErx pan BY ANY IN THE 'UNITED
STATES AND SUPERIOR TO ANY
FANCY BRAND S
OFF BRED IN PENNSYLVANIA
17 IS MADE OF
CRONE RIRSOUNI WRITS WHEAT.
ti" Delivered any pia ain the city, free of charge.
TRIMS, Cult on delivery.
iY BO - t WM. DOCK, Jr., &Co,
GLASS FRUIT JARS!!
BEST AND CHEAPEST ! I t
CALL AND EXAMINE,
3.0 4 WM. DOCK, JR. &CO
85 WHET ST., HARRISBURG,
IS now prepared to furnish o ffi cer's
military Clothing, :cowgirl; to regulations at short
node*. Ain generalassortmoat of Clothe Casanteren,
lieratnga and ready made clothing for civilians.
SARAH A. ALDRED, Executrix of
the estate of Thomas Aldred, deed., late of the
dty of Harrhirarg, Dikilphia county, having letters
it:shin:watery granted to them by the Register Of paw'
*Minty, hereby notifies ad parties indebted to side
to make immediate payment, and those having
to ;foment tom properly authenticated kir
ttlement to the above named executrix- ml2-ihr
ALARGE ASSORTMENT of Family
Bibles of different styles of binding, at Kt. $l,
$1 64A $A $3, $4, $5 mail% Alen Pocket Bibles of
resent styles and prices st SOlLlMWRBookitere.
Jee IDILLEWEI uItATEIBTOBt.
W. P. HENRY
TosAcoo, Cavendish, Congress and
Twist, for sale law hp
WIBERVING jars and fruit cans of all
kinds and Mies, for sale by
NIKONS & BOWMAN
•weMr, Frost and Market Ovoids.
weans & BOWMAN,
Owner Front and Market street,: