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NO I 10E TO ADVERTISERS.-411 Ad.
vertimments, Business Notices, Mar-
Tinges, Deaths, Ac., to secure insertion
in the TELEGRAPH, must invariably
be accompanied with the C ASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regm.
tar Evening Edition are inserted in the
morning Edition without extra charge.
Thursday Afternoon, August 28, 1862
Tau Aumugo OF several companies took
place this morning. The arms are distributed
from the old locomotive house of the Harris
WE Norio CO!,. SMALL (not the pigmy, but
the gallant soldier) in town last evening. He
has recovered from his wounds, and is once
more ready for service in the field.
WALKING on Third strees, between Market
and Walnut, has been considerably improved
since the completion of the cellars in the build
ing on the corner of Third and Walnut.
Tat LADIFS of this city who have been fur
nishing the hospl'al at Camp Curtin with deli
cacies, wish to act in concert. A movement is
on foot to accomplish the above object, and a
call will be published in to-morrow's paper.
GEORGE H. MORGAN, formerly connected with
the local department of the TELEGRAPH, has
been made a cl erk in i he State Military Enrolling
Department. He is an accomplished scribe, and
will be of service in the position to which he
has been called.
A MEWING will he held in the Locust Street
Methodist Episcopal Church this evening by
Rev. A. Manship, to present the merits of his
new hymn book—The Patriots Hymn Book.
Rev. Wm. L. Gray, of Reading, will be present
to take part in the ceremonies.
THE LADIES of Shamokin, Pa , through Rev.
A. D. Hawn, have presented Majer Mathews
with an elegant gown as a testimonial of re
spect from the "mothers, wives, sisters and
personal friends of the members of Company
X," of Col. Knipe's regiment.
A PanAnnents CORRESPONDENT gives us a
glowing description of a party that went on a
fishing excursion of a week, down the . Delaware
Bay. Samuel B. Lauffer, Richard Wildey, Jo
seph Moore and their friends composed the party.
It is said that they caught over One thousand
pounds of Sea bass, besides a large quantity of
other fish. Lauder is a splendid angler, and it
would have delighted us to have seen him
standing on the bow of a boat casting his Roes
for Sea ban.
ADATTABT GENERAL THOMAS, United States
Army, was to have arrived in this city to-day
for the purpose of conferring with Governor
Curtin. The object of the visit of Adjutant
General Thomas is especially to hurry forward
the troops which now crowd Camp Curtin.
These troops, as we understand the matter,
have been kept back by the "red tape" of the
Paymasters Department. Pennsylvania with
her energies aroused as they are now, cannot
afford to be retarded by any influence. The
nation needs men, and the State only asks the
opportunity to contribute them.
THE PARCHED EARTH appeals for rain. Pant
ing and weary men and beasts implore by their
looks for rain. But the hot earth appeals in
vain, and man and beast must suffer until the
elements are moved by an inflaence which their
visions cannot comprehend. For weeks the
draught has been prolonged ; and its effects on
vegetation are indeed destructive. Let us con
tinue to hope that the clouds will soon distil
their waters for our refreshment, because that
is all we can do.
Tax Dam/TR has been general throughout
the State, and much complaint is made in the
local papers as to the damage done. The corn
has suffered considerably, the ears are not filled
up, and the yield will be lighter than antici
pated. Potatoes have also suffered for want of
rain, while the grass is very ranch parched.
The peaches, in many sections, are shrivelling
upon the trees, and those that are ripen are
lacking in flavor. The grapes are also suffering.
The rains of the past few days, however, will
have an invigorating effect upon vegetation.
VALIIABLI Rem, ESTATE AT PlatLlO SALS.—By
reference to our advertising columns it will be
seen, that Benjamin Fishburn, executor of the
estate of Daniel Flshburn, deceased, will offer
at Public Sale on Friday, September sth, 1862, a
first rate farm, containing 117 acres, situated
in Derry township, about one mile from Hock
eurville. The sale has been advertised to take
place on the sth of December, which is an er
ror, as it will positively take place on Friday,
September 6th. The property is in excellent
condition, and can be bought at a bargain.
"Tarn FIINII I DWARIII. "—As we were pars
ins along Market street last evening, we drop
ped in to witness the performance given by the
two smallest men in the world. Commodore
Foote and Colonel Small, and we must admit,
it was the most chase and elegant performance
we have ever seen In Brant's Hall. They are
truly wonderful, being more diminutive in
statue, might, &c., than either of Mr. P. T
Barnum's figures, Commodore Nutt or General
Tom Thumb. They will hold their levees every
afternoon and night this week. Toe prices of
admission are to suit the times, for adults in
the evening, twenty five cents, afternoon, fifteen
cents; for children, fifteen cents in the eve
ning and ten cents in the afternoon. Th e
performances of Commodore Foote and Col
onel Small will be novel, varied and inter
esting to all. We are informed that the op.
portunity to be provided will be the only one
offered, as both these monarch schrimps of hu
manity will shortly visit California, Australia
s o d England. We may expect to see a large
so d delighted concourse assembled to-night and
to morrow afternoon. Parents, go, and take
the children. Afternoon performance cOl3/men
ass at three atcloa, at night, eight precisely.
SOLDIIOI Daowiae —A private belonging to
the Second Reserve Regiment, named Henry
Cook, while bathing in the canal this afternoon
was attacked with cramp, and before assistance
was rendered, drowned. It is said that six of
his comrades were present and witnessed the
eight, but made no endeavors to assist him.
His remains will be sent to his friends.
A Goon APPOINTMENT.—Capt. D. M. Armoor,
of Pittsburg, Captain of company A, 101st regi
ment Pennsylvania volunteers, has been com
missioned by the Governor as Major of the
regiment, to date from July let. Capt. Armoor
was strongly recommended by Col. Morris,
commanding the regiment, on account of his
fine soldierly qualities and gallant conduct at
the battle of Fair Oaks. The appointment is a
APPOINTIOPIT OP BZVENOS AESUBOIL —Daniel
Kendig, Esq., from Middletown, this county,
has been appointed Revenue Assessor made by
recent law of Congress. The appointment is
one of the best that could have been made, he
is au excellent business man and admirably
qualified for this responsible position, strictly
honest and fair in all his dealings, he will, no
doubt, render general satisfaction and justice
to all alike.
Tait &cum Guanze, lathe name of a splen
did body of men who have lately (attired Camp
Curtin from Batler county. The Guards are
officered as follows :
(*lain, G. W. Hsu.
First Lieutenant, WASIAK EMMY
Sicond Lkuterumt, J. B. lioNe.ur
This company takes its name from our illus
trious friend, Col. Jacob Ziegler, himself one of
the best and the bravest men in the Stare. All
that we ask of the Guards is to preserve the
name which they have adopted as spottiest] as
ft has ever been, and they will do well.
A YOUNG woman In southern Illinois, the
mother of three little children, the youngest of
which is less than a month old, writes to her
husband's mother in St. Louis, informing her
of 1 , er son's intention to enlist in the army of
the Union, and adds the following expression
of her own sentiments :—"lt is of no use for
me to say how I feel about it. Re is my hus
band and my at/ In this world, but the same
God who keeps him now will still keep him
and protect him in caring for so sacred a cause.
lam often inclined to feel selfish about his
going, and think, why should oar home be
made desolate f and then, when I think of the
hundreds of homes that are desolate and broken
up by this terrible war, and how many more
will be made so, I feel that it is no time for
people to be selfish, and think that theirs is the
hardest lot of any. But I tell him, if he goes,
above all things to remember he is a man, and
if he is spared to return home, to come home a
man, and not a thing, to bring disgrace upon us
all." Such a spirit as this everywhere exhibit
ed, would soon end the war.
As me matzo wave is just now occupied by
a close consideration of the impending draft,
we would suggest that a meeting be called of
the loyal citizens in each ward, for the purpose
of consultation in regard to matters of impor
tance to every resident thereof. It is now as
certained that every ward and township of our
county will be held strictly accountable for its
own delinquency as to its representation in the
army. Whitever emergencies may arise under
such a view of the case can be better arranged
by a consultation of the citizens of the wards,
than to leave them to the stern mandates of
the law, which recognizes no differences as to
the individual responsibilities of the people.
Let the citizens of the wards and townships
come together. Let there be a consultation
among those who are not sufficiently cowardly
to desert the interests of the country for fear
of a measure which it has been found impera
tively necessary to adopt in view of the danger
which besets ns. It is only by a proper and
equal showing of the enrollment that justice
can be done in this thing of drafting, and let
those who are endeavoring to shirk from it, be
made to face the music. Mich good may be
done by the meetings we propose. Let them
be for consultation among our loyal citizens,
and we promise that great benefit will accrue.
13Krox vs. Szcssa.—On a certain railroad train
running out of the city of Baltimore, it matters
not in which direction, there is employed a con
ductor who is an unflinching Union man, obli
ging, prompt, courteous and civil to every one
with whom he has daily intercourse ; and just
as determined and uncompromising can our .
friend render himself when he comes across an
"ugly customer" among his passengers, to try
his patience and ruffle his usually placid temper.
A short time since, it matters not when, while
hurrying through his train, which was crowded
to eicess with passengers, (the day being ex
cessively hot, and the presptration rolling off
the busy conductor's face like rain drops,) he
came up to a pair of " coves " occupying a
double seat, and wearing the unmistakable
paraphaoalla of "city swells."
"Tickets, if you please, yeifkmen P" said the
Swells.—" Got none."
Conductor.—" Your fare will answer as well."
Swells.—" Take this."—(One of them hand
ing him an envelope, apparently filled with
bank , notes or bank paper, upon which was
printed in glorious red colors a female figure,
holding out at arms length, a secesh rag, in im
itation of the address of liberty, wearing the
glorious flag of our country.
Swells grinned and looked amazingly funny,
as they beheld a shadow flitting over the hohest
face of the ticket collector.
auductar.—" Your on the wrong train gentle
Swells: •-" How is that I"
Conductor.—" This pass is only good on the
road to h-111 Pay your fare, ralkmen ' ,or I
shall be obliged to put you off the train."
Swell, No. 1, looked over the change in
silver, while Swell, No. 2, pulled his head into
his fashionable "choker," on the style a is tors
take, while the other passengers carried out the
joke, with the frequent inquiry, " where does
tide road carry vat Ain't we on the wrong
fitunspthania Mau tetegraph, gbutsbap lfttntoon, august 28, 1862.
Com. vs. Margaret M'Manutt, surety of the
peace. The defendant was ordered to pay the
Corn. vs. David Black. Fornicatiou and bar
Cora. vs. J. M. Sheck, surety of the peace.
Taus Btu —The grand jury returned a true
bill in the case of Gee Bergner vs. 0. Barrett,
Thos. C. MacDowell and 11. J. Jones, charged
with libel. On application of the defendants,
that they were not ready for trial, the cue was
postponed till next court, and they were or
dered to enter each one, security in the sum
of one thousand dollars for their appearance.
Court met at half-pad eight o'clock
Com. vs. Calvin MacDowell, surety of the
peace. Defendant was ordered to enter secu
rity for his good behavior.
Com. vs. Yellets charged with assault and
battery on J. M Shen' occupied the balance
of the morning session'. Jury out.
As Tas Trio Fixai von TM DRAFT has been
extended, it would be well for our businms men
and others active in life, to limitthe hours usu
ally devoted to their own interests, for the pur
pose of assisting in raising volunteers Every
man has his influence, Let him use it for his
country. Every man has the power of doing
good. Let that good be done for his country;
If Are places of business men cliosed a few hours
earlier every day, and a fitting place established
where ail could meet for the purpose of preparing
ways and means to procure volunteers, our
queta would be full before the period of the
draft arrived. This suggestion is worthy of
PATIOTIO FAMILIII.—We see many instances
noticed by our exchanges, where nearly the
whole male portion of families have gone to
the wars, leaving none at home but the aged
parent. 'I he following communication, from
one of our subscribers, residing in Bradford
county, we think, is deserving of a place In our
columns, showing that Bradford Is not behind
in patriotism or in furnishing men. The let
ter is as follows :
MR. EDITOR :—I do not feel that I am out
done a great deal, although Esquire Smith, of
Carlisle, and Mr. Weik, of Lebauon, have done
nobly by sending each four sons in the army;
and likewise, a man in Susquehaona county,
who has sent four sons and has also gone-him
self. I have four sons in the army, with are
all officers, two commissioned and two: non
commissioned, in different regi ments,
and ' a
nephew, a young man that I raised irom child
bond, all doing battle for our country's cause.
Although myself, a little past the prime of life,
lam ready and willing to render any service
to the government that, I can, to aid In putting
down this unholy war.
A. B. nueurros
SPRING Hus, Bradford County, Pa.
Tan DEICANDS OP Socrarr.—A. decent respect
for our personal appearance. and to be comtort
able is an instinct of our nature, while some
perhaps did not admit the first proposition, we
think none will object to the second, awl now
as we have the disposition and have.made up
our minds to comply with the reasonable de
mands of society, the next question is what all
this talk is about. Reader, the intention is to
inform you of the large stock of Fall and Win
ter Dry Goods, just received at Dana & Bow-
MAN'il, consisting in part of Cloth Cloaks, Silks,
Satin faced Talenciens, Wool plaids and an end
less variety of Dry Goods and notions, at prices
much below the ruling wholesale rates of to
day. Don't forget our Cloth, Caesarian and Vag
inas. We study to please.' aug2Bl2 t.
A MOM ESTABLUINIMIT.—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 orpamental 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 le extended to
the public to visit the new building and exam
ine the extensive stock, whether they purchase
Or not. ,
The undersigned wOrdd •• respectfully in
form those who',are afflicted with-Rheuma
tism,Dyspepsia Consumption of Liver and
Sidey, Cough s, Fevers,. and all • diseases
arising from impurity of the blood, that she is
prepared to furnish filoi..Weathoven's German
Vegetable Medicines at .very' moderate rates.
I have also on hand a quantity of invaluable
Salves for Sore Eyes, Frozen Feet and Nes.
References can be furuhlted as to their won
derful efficacy, whenever called upon. There
need be no apprehension in regard to my com•
potency in administering it, as I bave had it
on band for the past six years. As they are
now sold at reduced prices, no family should be
without them over night. They can he bad at
my time at my residence, in rime street, be
tween Second and Front.
Aul3 dlm M5B. L. BALL. •
Mss. Beres:—Six years since I was afflicted
wit,' the dyspepsy, liver complaint and inffam
oratory rheumatistri. Phyincians failed to af
ford any relief. I then took of your vegetable
medicine and was cured in a short time. Two
years after I took the fever and ague,und agaiu
you' cured me.. lam now entirely. restore 4 to
health. I have no hesitatiou in declaring that
I believe they are the best family medicines
aver offered to the , public • let them be tried,
tad their virtues will spea k torthem than
can. My residence is iu Pine streetlietween
second au4 Tbird. Maur Pd. URGER.
TO TH YOUNO'OB OLD.
Mak to Fes,
try= have been suariniernom a babitindinged ropy the
maraca 10271 Szres,
num 0 , 178 A SO MANY ALOVIIING SYMPrOMS,
It thato them for iforrkto ) -
And to the geettott evil which can befall
MAN OR WOMAN.
lee B ym r a,ata. analaoratad IXI adlfecrthumatept i Iliad, If you
4.* 6 Qa fait the a4vertiattaent,
mid aaa4 for 11.11% 01163.
.. Delays are
sk tor dangerous.
Talce*h Other. -t -
' Carel allarauteli.
afflgre if (Thwitsrfie 1.194 Alltiliferir. ty*4ll4ta
TO the Afflicted.
WM Hays received a large assortment of hoop
skirts. from 75c. np to 82 50. A large assort
ment of linen and needlework collars, and col.
lam and sleeves, at all prices. White cambrics,
jaccenetts, nantucks, brilliants, and plain and
figured Swiss muslin, at all prices. The finest
lot of embroidered French cambric brands ever
brought to Harrisburg—of infant's waists we
keep a large assortment. Ladies' and gentle - -
men's linen pocket handkerchiefs, ladies' stock
ings, gentlemen's one half hose, And children's
stockings of all descriptions and prices. Twenty
Pieces of ctrpet to be sold cheap. Kentucky
jeans, sattinetts and casimeres for men 'and
boy's wear. We received 50 dozen suspenders,
at all vines.- 60 dozen cotton handkerchiefs,
with borders, and a great many other notions
and small. wear. . S. Lawn.
HAIR DYEI HAIR DYE!
Wm. 4. Mackelor's Bair Die I
The only Han/lees sod Reliable Dye Known I
All others are mere imitations, and abnold be avoided
II r o ut wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR4DISTY HAIR dyed Instantly to
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Hair or SIM.
FIFTEEN MaDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wa. A. listoestou since IS 0, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patron*
of his famous Dye.
W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from naturelind le wmutearien
not to Injure In the least, however long It may be coati's
ued, and the ill (Meets of bad Oven remedied. The oafs
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dyo, which In prop.
arty applied at No. le Bond Street New York.
Sold to all the cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goode Dealers
The Genuine has the same "William A. Batchelor,.
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the foal
Ades of each boa.
Wholesaba Factory, 81 Parrlay 81.,
octa-darwly. tato 43a Broadway, New Yivit
Just received, at BERGNER'S BOOK STORE,
a full attpPly of
Embracing all the new Styles and Sizes
ALBUMS FOR 12 PHOTOGRAPHS.
ALBUMS FOR 20 PHOTOGRAPHS.
ALBUMS FOB 24 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS. FOR 80 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 40 PHOTO:UWE&
Mr.M l lM ' Vrl=rMrq
Prices trona Seventy-five Cents
To Twenty-Sive Dollars
BOUND IN CLOTH, WITH CLASP
BOUND IN FRENCH MOROCCO, WITS
BOUND IN WILKEY MOROCCO, ViTIM TWO
BOUND IN TURKEY KOROXXX), WITH
BOUND IN VELVET, WITH CLASPS-VERY
BOUND IN MOROCCO, Willi MEATY
TiiOIINTIN4IS AND CLASPS
WINES FOR PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.
;M:1 V: CI 4 MO3 1 )010 t=l: Df
T1:1 1f: o'et 1 "0 T,150
COPIES OF RARE ENGRAVINGS
COPElia OF CHOICE FMMffOS
Any Clark de - row. published in the.country
will be fundehed . to order,
Of any size nut in the irteadard sty/es will be
made to order.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS,
DEBT PENS in the world, for 750, $1 25
13 41 60, $2, SS, sod $4, for sale at
%bl 6 I EICHKFFEEPS Boologore.
. LIANCY COLORED Paw, ready cut, for
j: cowering I osking Glossas, IPlotore Zanies, tes..
Dolton ans other new patterns for sale at
eskomays OfIELP BOOK TORE
A FEW Boxes good Cheese, the balance
of a large cooslgninent, are Wand at an onnessiliy
Low rake to cklae mac the lot. to nub dealers Uteri WI.
se an inducement offered. Foch bog sold will be guar.
entail as represented. Ws. DOCK., 3.8. 2 6 GO.
WANTED. • • •
SEVERAL Machinists: . :
Also a ston
be, is the Om with shop. Apply at the
jyl64tt • RAMA al OEMS.
MABONIT"CHALL - ENGE BLACKING.
100 Greer, ewsorted eisee,jact received, end toi
we at Wboksele prices, •
dellWW. norm, Jr.. &IX
7INO, Sheet Zino damaged by water,
1.4. f" "le low bar. • . M.qt !Valli Et,
):ca d N. B. Canna South and Peas &a ma, PM a.
itAFADIC from choice and selected Apples
LTI oad gummed by ui to beltrictly pure
Mb 4 wl. DM; a CO
czapericir brands of extra Jamily lour
o:which we wastast to give sattogiotion for ram by
''' ' — NICHOItt ROWYLN,
anll throw Nag and liseltet Ara*,
RUSHi D 00111fila and fake pulierizad
cs,a ripr, log e: teas any s o w pl6Olll 1111 town. CU
sad dinialue, I ELlak 11. WilaN„
SY% Corner Front and llarlaeijitrfeda
URINE Obsess fr9m, New York' Dattie*
sair t teedvstandqw nate low 1 7
241[1101,11 * Minitel,
418 ' Onisehouaadlbrkei *efts.
VALUABLE AND DESIRABLE
WILL be offered at public sale, on
Thursday, the 11th day of September, at 2
o'clock, at Brant's Han in the city of narrisbum
Thirty tires acres of land with an exc ^Bent frame
house and barn and outbuildings, situated partly in
the City if kiarrisourg and parilyin .bwatara to wnshlk.
This property is situated on the south of linnnels•
town turnpike, a portion of %hien h•B a beautiful
location on a bill, dire tly facing the city of Hama
burg, io be sold in three acre lira.
iso a lot or piece of ground intuited in Market Square,
arlioining Jones' H 011230, having a front of 27 teat and
mrteeding bac c 167% feet to Xe tee; alley, thereon
erected a two story brick house with two story back
brick. building and having the use of a three
feet alley on Market A Aare, being one of the most
deeradentumlonc for bustness or private residence in
the city. Poesesaion given t.n Ist of October ext.
0 nditioas of males are 10 per coot. of the purchase
money to be paid ou the day of sale, tbo balsa. or toe
one balf of the purchase money when the title is
made, and the balaure In two equal annual payments
with into. est, front t e time posses sten isgiven. To be
secured by bonds and mortgago,
A plan the tht*e acre lc.ot 4an be seen at the boot
and shoe store of A. Hummel, next doco to toe Court
tole attendance will be gtven. by
01 =GE HUMMEL mid
aLlidlr RUM kiF to,
dtr Exacutor at David Hamm , dvod.
PURIFY THE BLOOD.
NOT a few of the worst disorders that
raid =ink! arse from the corrupt.= that au
mutilates to the blood. Of all the discoveries tha
Dave been made to purge it out, none have been found
which could =al in eUect 'Melee ColdrellND exrcevr
.a.learamma It clean es and enova es the Clued, in
et 111 he vigor of (malt t into the yet 01 end purges out
the bum, %WWI make die ae. It en as Lime t •
=alt.y unction- or the b .dy and eap.us the disorders
the% gow a d ran le in th bl od. t a e.trsurst eery
virr,cesare not yet wisely known, out whrti t ey are is
o w no ppm l e I) eineetiun mutt t moody to emplo, in
its grs.t varety of nfolet ng diseases that 'Min re an
alterative rein - dy. h a remedy, than could b., relied
on, h.sl ug beau souoht cur, and now, or the firs: tine
we i utolte have of it tin moth they can &pen/ Our
vice here does not admit d. rt Ilea es t • chow its eel tee
nut the mot of a tingle tat t e wilt show to t at k
than It ha. virtues suriesting any thing they have ever
taken. =lnters iron Em Lb, emoluelm Steel lag ,
and :ores, try it, a d sae the rapidity with which
As Damps, Pimples, ray/es, Dm edit,
drop tons Roo, rat ease out of toe ey: tom.
s( Anthony's Arc, ROSS 0 , IS. Opel as, 4et er or Sitit
Rheum, imtiti Bead, itioptetsuoi. fie. , st ot. , d not be
borne wbil, they can be to speedily cured by Arsa's
Sephiasu or reeved Diseases is expelled from Re
system by the pr loog.d usu of this *4iss.A.ressms.s, an .
the patient is kft a- healthy as if os hen never Lad the
rema/e Memo are mated by surfed& hi the blow),
seders genera 17 10012 bored by t is Itxrasor or Samoa
talt.lLLa. t odes $1 per bottle, or 6 holder for gr.
For all th, tut, ow, of a fairly ph) bike AYER'S
Ca'ateric roars, 'rat h Are everywhere Immo to he
he tw r purgative tuat t of:Baled to t.-0 Albericau tilo.)-
p• trice to cows per Box, or +Shure•far S.l.
prepared by Pr. J. C. AILYLK & 00., LuWal t Nase. and
to d r y Drue.,Al a ereryw, re.
otht by I.: A. U.lrr.tr, u. W Groat& Co , 0. H. Eel
aw, J. M. Lax, Dr. Miry, F. Wyeth end deetleil ory,
IF YOU WANT
LETTER OR NOTE PAPER,
PENS AND HOLDERS
Of every description and quality, you will find
the largest assortment at
PENNSYLVANIA MILITARY ACADEMY
IT WEST CHESTER, PENNI.
FOR BOARDERS ONLY
WILL be Opened on Tuesday, Eeptem
btr 4 IN2. It was (bartered by the Leelat
tore with full co lesiite power. In the capeeions,
lnrta wti:h Were erected and fa unshod at a wet Of over
,city thousand dolnrs are arrangements for the com
Weide qtwttrtug Cud pubtiotlug of ono hundred and
A co w of competent and experienced teachers
w ill gin tb , lt undivided altenton to the EdUcatio. al
Dep./meal, ant atm to mare their instruOttoli buorengh
..ad practical The Department of dud embraewe
the ropeeine cou-oes :—Primary Commercial and Sot.
sena; collegiate and Mt Mary. itu moral tralciag of
cadets tun be coretwitt attended to.
OremJars mss be obtained at this Mace, or from
Col THIO lIYA'I'r, President, P. d. M.
Two Brick Houses and Lots
ON PINE STREET.
For particulars enquire of
S. JOHN KIIRRAY,
Jp2islitaw3si Corner of Faison/ and Fine straits.
'MARKET P BICE.
WE, HAYING fitted up a large Reirig
wator, and baring made contracts with some of
our most reliable farmers to remit us with fresh and
sweet butter reamed will be enabled to supply oar
customers with sweet froth Me cold butter at all times.
my. 7.9 MIL DOCK, Jr. & CO
THE MISSES SMITH'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
1210 Spruce St., Philadelphia,
Will be reopened en
MONDAY, SEPT. EIGHTH.
T"conrse of study embraces the
Lana, Fr nch and German hodtgattgcs,
Drawing and Fslotug , torthtr with he closes' racy
and branch a ut a .nornogn E glen Folic tiou.
The areOtaluAl Snail ani or Ina tnnut, character and
well ra cu ate 'censure to the p. pi 4 the ewe) , t 01 a
home. Owing to t' , e pressure o. tn. tunes a deduction
of 10 per cent will be m.de lbr the ensuing yea^.
A LL employees of the Philadelphia and
is, Reading Ea 'Peed. eoupiiny, wto may ant , t In the
alive Of • be 1
_nit& I :Issas for toe port) er
the lowly:to oreatening Its Ebert as of our tea-,
ry, are hereby:assured, 'dot r, nape Era stimuli BB
be kept open cue Vv. n thaw two dIV • y on thew
noun; sod •tt , t the (so( of their VQIIIII 4110rIZI; to
deleted their • unto, to this irnerkeney, will be good&
area bore tier as greatly i, mete r promi,tiogi t o
any aultAb • paditions in toe a rob:Pilot this Company.
clAaLs• I. ; atria, Preetoent.
Phl'adripbfa, August Rh 1882. anti dim
A NT intelligent and respectable young
CI, wen who wsh to loin tbia tro can gut soy hi
fortnanon they nl.h by eallitig on the undersigned a"
Coider's .10 Ogee, id rite' :zoo& e, wows am vgice
411 tie op aed for FOR del B. ay swot. mum lard a
go 4re onimendation. wLL 4 NE
anard.l.* Lance CorporA, Anderson Troop.
111:1E 11pdegrove Lock fropez ty, Canal
gme , y ono ktockrlie itoive, I Lwow tyd WWI
Above Rawl burg is now otrer.4 for oak. Xee favor
liimoot Week ly or app yto
&eq. al itls63
O CONSIIIVION LSD UNION.
BOOT FOR TIIE PEOPLE.
"OUR GOVERNMgNT , "byM.
WM= y, coo awl tua amatitotiou of the
rake „ aud fahoDof ih am:Aerates. em it
beeouatoo too of their yrovidnue as deurrtauod ju
mod ti settl-d wattle* Ix autodaqi author- ; d so d
lo thdorirtoivttou end.po*.r or the our. r
Itarttoo, its of be nova nutout,ualoata and maw and
a m ato, the nature pr whiles sod mode or salmi*
i4ralett unto, Govarasotat of - our toanui. Melt 09
lam ayer. lrlittolay, at garrisbard, and at book
Mom goamilly. auld•daw
Al~ ENTIRE Tar
GOLD PENS !
THE beet and largest amortment of Gold Pena
I has just been opened at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK STORE.
These Pens are manufactured , by C. F. Newton
& Co., of New York, and warranted to give
inn satisfaction. A trial will satisfy any one
Examine the prices below
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 26
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 60
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 76
Gold Pea and Sliver Holder for $2 SC
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 50.
Hold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 75
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $8 26
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $3 75
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $4 26
Gold Pen and Pencil, with Bobber Holder $5 00
Gold Pen end Pencil with Rubber Holder, $7 00
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HANVIVorth Il ec ea fa e te d ly tt u Cg by Y , a , r
y t ) i . , Fo4 l . o t • or it , of
lam enabled to sarply the ptibliJ with a
OF THE DIFFERENT
VARIETY AND SIZES OF
GLEAMY CICIAL La.
Orders reepretfolly eolleitesi—whleh, if left at the
olio., toot of North street, or at the Who of Wen.
Dock,Jr. a Co., will remove prompt accent on.
HARRISBURG. COAL OIL DEPOT
FUR the safety of olnsumers, we have
establened a t 1 Oil Depot at toe corner. of Free
vat Market streets all our oils are 1, sted and we pad
(lvey wall none except such so prove to be non-explosive,
clear and free front odor as tar as oracticoble. We oder
at protein the iolloaring Justly celebrated le ands- Malt
sae, Ro , inson, Nabrooa and L .erer, lower ghsa Can be
pureness' elsewhere n Win place, either wnontealo or
retail. also Cu seteesive assortnnint !safe, Chim
ney:l, Shades, Oise Cones, 'tamers, &c. Ire will also
cheap timid or camphene leaps, so as to be u-ed for
coil oat. Oa' and eadasty yoursel :ee, at
NICBOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner of Front and Market duvet,
Marino, Fire and] Inland Traaspartatiaa,
Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of the
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTII DIEM.
Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual.
Capital and boats $1,200400
Arthur G. 0311 hr, Simnel W. Jamey Julio A. Bruhn,
Samuel t. Smith, Colorie• Taylor, amtwoes
John R. Neff, Richard D. Wool, Willi= Welsh, Wit lam
E. Bowen, lone. N. Thomson, 8. horde Wale, Jobs
aeon, George L. llarrl-Ao, Fr.utes R. Oipe, kd ward H.
Trotter, lieward S. (bloke.
ARTHEIS G. COP rIN, Prairie*.
CHABLES PLATT, Siortgary.
Art central agent far ha aqove ulnae oomporty, the
uuderelgoed' la prepared to take Fire Tints in any owl
of the erase of Peaueylvtube, ehher atipnally or perpet
ually' on the moat tavorab in terms.
Moe Third street between Walnut and Strawberry
alley, Burke% row.
fele dl • Ilarrtst.th g, Pa
86 IdABLET ST., EiARRISMIG,
IS now prepared to furnieh otficier's
military c'omlag, a cud , gtore g ula W. at ha l
A. , oageno.alamorlo • t of LI Saa,o 4 4 home,
Vassals and ready so.uo olotldn.; tor cirt.loa..
SARAH A. ALDRED, Executrix of
**Mate Of Thomas 4 ,te4, flee' i late if the
city of Hard bang, Daaahte amity, bevies lend a
testameatai `routed to these by the Resist r f
piths county, hereby wall .e a 1 pantos ludeetot to , 5441
estate to mead hootedl—te payout'', and nto n haring
e set M
a s to at
t e o r e
th e e
a above na med
p e e a r w atsus
encie , e ar
ALARGE ASSORTMENT of Family
Bibles of different style Hissaing, at 90c. 11 21
Cl 60, lit, $3, $l, $5 acid 310. POCKEIL a isles or ilit
crest styles and prices at soasEinal Bookstore.
POMADE HUN GROISE
JOB rixoka mi
TOBACCO, Cavendish, Consrees and
gals I,Ar ty
IQUII - L9 & tiosrwAN,
Ovine and Ativiret torpor&
ilkttBltiVlNti jars and fruit cans of all
kinds and dies, for male by
bh..rioL9 & DOWN 4&
COlllOOl% Foot N rid .I..rem eft,
W. P. HENRY.
F all aims, patterua and iiricaa; 'just
recaived sad for sale by •
eIS Wg. ":Tr ai CO
CHEAP Oil fer all kinds of machinery.
i n k n o ll awl large wawa for sale b
Li.CllO4l & t OW MAN,
ele Qlroor Fra.t • nd M.ni 't street.
A PPS ES, Oranges and Lemons. at4qllll
,aL, maim mei