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FRIDAY EYENING, :DAY 20, IS6I
NOTICE TO ADVERTISEUS.—AII Adver
tisements, Business Notices, Marriages,
Deaths, 6:c., to secure insertion in the
TELEGRAPH, must invariably , be aceom
par ;ed with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regular
Evening Edition are inserted in the Morn
ing Eilitioll/ Without extra charge.
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
WANTED - A journeyman coach-maker. One
who is accustomed to working on bodies pro
faned. Apply to. R. J. FLEMING,
m ay2 0- dl w Third street.
POTATOES. —A fine lot just received and for
sale by John Wallower, at Reading railroad
l'au Governor and other State officers ad
vertise for proposals for erecting the extension
to the Capitol buildings. See advertisement.
DIE Moulders' pic-nic will be held iu
Heehulen's Woods on Monday, May 30th, in
stesi.l of June 3d, as published yesterday.
THE John Lynch, whose :lama was publish
ed in our police report of yesterday, was not
John Lynch of this city, but a Baltimorean.
JOIIN STEWART, Egg., of Chambersburg,
has been elected one of the district delegates
to the Baltimore Convention from the Frank
HOPE Fn COMPAIM —A meeting of the
Hope Fire Company will be held at their hall
this evening, at the usual hour. Punctual
attendance is requested.
Tan Paxton Fire CoMpany intend holding a
pie-nic in Haehnlen's Woods, on Wednesday
- next, for the purpose of raising funds to aid
in defraying the cost of the new engine house.
It is hoped that our citizens will generally
patronize the Company.
THE Union Meeting for prayer in behalf of
our country, will be held in the Presbyterian:
Church, corner of Third and Pine. -TliO
services will begin precisely at one quarter of
eight. These meetings should command thc:
sympathy and attendance of our entire Chris,
VEGETABLEs.—Persons in want of vegeta
bles, cultivated in our midst, should call at
Mr. Mish's stall in the lower Market house,
to-morrow morning. Mr. dish has vegeta
bles, in season, which are fresh, and much
more wholesome than those brought from
eastern markets. Give him a call.
Ln or Rang \yoaßs.--Attention is invited
to the advertisement of a sale of the valuable
iron works, farm, timber lands, &e., known
as the "Green Spring Furnace Property;' ,
located in Washington county, Maryland. The
sale will take place in Hagerstown, on. Tues
day, the 14th clay of June.
THE citizens of Harrisburg and surrounding
country are invited to call at the store of
Cathcart & Brother, in Diarket Square,.-and
examine the splendid assortment of rich goodS
now on exhibition there. The stock com
prises a large lot of mourning goods of the
very best quality and latest style; also, a gen
eral variety of dress goods of all descriptions,
together with everything belonging to that
line of business. Every article is marked at
the lowest selling figure, and the public may
rely upon getting bargains by calling at Cath
Ivraxn TELEGE.4I , II LINE. - - We learn
the New York papers that Mr. J. N. Wool,
manager of the Inland or Independent Tele
graph Line, has had an interview with the
President and Secretary of War, and expects
the line and operators to be released at once.
The Washington operators have been released.
No doubt the line will be in working order in
a clay or two. The operators of the Harris
burg office left for Washington at noon to-day,
in charge of Lieutenant Gibson. It is be
lievd that the company will be entirely exon
orated from all connection with the - sending
of the bogus proclamation published in New
York. No doubt the whole thing was manu
factured in the latter city.
Tnotrr FISHING is now the "sport" which is
attracting the attention of our men of leisure,
who daily devote :themselves to the practice
of their skill in angling for the "speckled
beauties." ' But what would old Isaak Walton
say, were it possible for him to return among
his disciples, were he informed that OHS : of
his followers, who professes to be "some on a
fly," had actually made his arrangemen.to
bag a few dozen of "eighteen" and "twenty
inch" leapers, but when he reached the stream
he discovered that he had forgotten his "reel."
where's a fisherman for youLThat man is.egnal
- to the soldier who attempted to catch a "Pel
ican" with "a smile." And, by the way, these
"birds" are bedoming too numerous on .om.
streets, and should be looked atter by the4,x
tra police whom his Houor, Mayor Romufort.
now has under his command.
MINISTEIIni'O ANGELS. -- The Washington
Chronicle, of yesterday, thus notices the deeds
of the ladies in the hospitals there: "On the
first arrival of sick and wounded to our. hos
pitals, hundreds of ladies, far more than could
have been useful, volunteered their services
as nurses, helpers in any capacity. Some of
these !patriotic ladies went quietly:into the
hospitals and proceeded at once to dress the
wounds, assuage the griefs, and cheer the
hearts of the stricken ones. One of ,these
angels of mercy, among others, is misa Ificyl
lan, the patriotic daughter of the Hon. George
W. M'Lellan, Assistant Postmaster General.
She cheerfully abandons the elegant comforts
of home, and all the gay charms of socieff- at
this gay period, to soothe the afflicted and
illnme the expiring moments by point*, :the
eye of the dying soldier to the Cross.
FAUEWELL, hcon!—Mr. Jake Budd will
take a farewell benefit at Canterbury Music
llall, this evening, previous to his departure
from our city. A capital bill lies been pre
pared, and it is expected that Jake's numerous
friends will give him a substantial benefit.
GO to the Canterbury to-night.
DAUPHIN COUNTY SOLDIERS IN BATTLE -
Casualties in a Middletown Compang.--"The
Middletown Journal, of yesterday, says: Com
pany G, from this place, attached to the Gth
Penu'a Res. Corps, was in the late bloody
battles, and suffered severely, it being almost
cut to pieces. NO'troops in the army have
seen harder service than this company, and
they always behaved nobly in every engage
ment, doing credit to the Army of the Poto
mac as well as to our town. But we are again
called upon to record the loss of three as
brave and as good soldiers as ever went forth
to meet the enemy, while the list of wounded
is fearfully large, in proportion to the num
ber engaged. Lieut. Ashenfelter sends the
following list of killed, wounded and missing
up to the 13th of May:
Capt. Charles Allen, wounded.
George Horn, First Sergeant, killed.
Daniel Smith, killed.
Lewis Spencer, "
J. W. Peters, wounded.
G. W. Pierce,
W. W. Johnson,
J. Lockhard, • "
J. SnaVely, ;
C. Sullivan, "
J. D. Books, missing.
Several other men from and near this place,
belonging to the 93d and other regiments,
were badly woundell; VIA a' fey 1 41 e
could not get their names. Capt Allen, of,
the 6th,-was but .?lightly,lwoundefl. and has
u•Ciriri4ed to hid
A SPLENDID TESMIONILL TO A TRUE SOL
DIER-A Just Recognition of the Services of a
Faithful Servant.-For more than a year, Capt.
John Kay Clement hes been the acting, effi
cient Provost Marshal of the 14th District, with
his headquarters this ~ In ..the dis
charge of his official duty, Capt. C. has, per
haps, been more successful than any officer of
a like grade in the service of the Government,
eliciting golden 'opinions from those with
whoin he coineS" in Official coh' tact; iind_Wiri
ning the confidence and respect of the very
people among whom he is constrained, by his
orders, to enforce the stern laws made ne
cessary to win and re-establish the peace and
inithori4: j tif the -eroirbiiiiliLf: ;'-In 'order to
testify tire high appreciation in which silch .
an officer is held, personally, and to pay a
just trilbute to •his : unflinching zeal - in. •the
public service, some of , thefrienda of Capt.
Clement 'resolved to'have manufactured a
number of articles which, should.serve_ this
purpose. AccordinglY,,gt.' F. Zimmerman,
of 52 Market street, received an order to have
manufactured expressly for presentation to
the tiON;osi'Mershal, a full silver Tea Set;,
sisting of nine pieces, gotten up of the purest
metal and finished in the most elaborate and
elegant style. The principal piece in the tea
set is a Coffee Urn, eighteen inches high, be
neath which receptacle =for The
Urn is set upon a square base, supported by
four legs, all of which are carved and em
bossed in the most elegant style of the art.
On the Sides of the eritaie two handies-4,he
lid on the top rialifydecnated with
• oak leaves - and acorns. - Thu igenAears
CAPT. JOHN KAY CLEMENT,
Provost Marshal 11th District,, Penna.
Connecteil with`the Coffic - - Erni, and - cdmprising
the Tea Set, are a Sugar Bowl, Tea Pot, Slop
Bowl,Creconer,and two revolving Butter Dishes,
being something new / and entirely original in
their design, closing and opening by a pro
cess indicated in their name. On each of
these'Pieces, the ,name T. Joni KAI
CLEMENT" is beautifully:engraved. --
Independent of the Tea Set, are four other
pieces, comprising a large Pitcher, Salver and
two Goblets. The Pitcher bears the ,same in
scription as the. Urn, while upon the Salver
and Goblets the name, "CAPT. Jong KAT
CLEMENT . ' is engraved.
In addition to the magnificent testimonial
described above, the some A3Fties:_ have had
manufactured a Coffee Urn of similar - value
and finish, with a Sale.er, and Galets,
which are intended for presentation to Adj.
IL F. Clapp, who has acquitted himself, while
on duty at this post,in a manner to win the good
opinions of his friends:as conveyed by this
—These articles are on exhibition and at:
tract great attention in the show window of
Mr. Zimmerman; and it is,ard to slecide who
has displayed the most taste •and liberEdity,
the committee who present the testimonials,
or the enterprising jeweler who has furnished
these articles. We believe that the presenta
tion is to take place this evening; and , we can
only add that the Whole affair has. been, eon
ceived and thus far carried'out with 'a jugt
gard. for the merits and the services of a man
and a soidier of whom all his friends are
Tux. DausicAßD, alsm Cousin Jos.—The ex
cellent compilny now performing at Brant's
Hall will this evening produce the very thrill
ing play, entitled Tau P.IMNICARD, in which
the whole troupe . will appear. This is a piece .
that every person should-'witness,'it it cal
culated to do an immense amount of good, in
impressing upon the audience, vividly, all the
horrors and evils of drunkenness, in a life
picture. We would advise our readers to go`
to the hall this evening. The entertainment
will conclude with:- the laughable afterpiece,
entitled "Cousin Toe,"_ in which that distin
guished individual will "have buttons all over
The Drunkard has been played by Dubois'
troupe in all the principal cities in this coun
try, including New:York, Philadelphia, Wash
ington, Boston, I.,kc.rand has been nightly
witnessed by the largtat audiences that ever
assembled in the theatres of those cities. The
papers are loud in their praise of the com
pany, and the style which the play was
rendered upon the stage. Again we say, go
to Brant's Ball, and see the Drunkard to-s
Look to Your Interest
Economy being the order of the day, we
advise all who need HATS, Caps or STRAW
Coops, to purchase at Zollinger's old estab
lished stand, No. 13 Market Square, opposite
Harrisburg Bank, as everybody admits (who
examines) that they have the Largest, Latest
and Best stock of goods. in their line, at the
lowest prices in- the city. Call and examine.
N. B.—We are constantly receiving New
DELEGATES TO THE NATIONAL CONTENTION.
At a meeting of the conferees from the 15th
Congressional district, composed of,the coun
ties of -Cumberland, Parry and York, held at
Bridgeport yesterday, Hon. Thos. E. Coch
ran, of York, and Levi Kauffman, of Cum
berlaup, were elected as delegates. David E.
Small, of York, and A. K. Rheem,. of Cum
berland county, were elected as alternates.
The'delegates were instructed to vote for the
re-nomination of Abraham Lincoln.
THE PUBLIC GROUNDS.-31r. Editor:—l no
ticed in the columns of the TELEGRAPH of
Tuesday evening last, an article relating to
- the Public 'Grounds, which called the atten
tion of the "powers that be," to the propriety
of immediately cutting the grass on said
grounds, and of repeating said cutting every
two or three weeks. I hope the Superin
tendent of •Public Grounds will not adopt this
absurd idea, arid have our now beautiful
grounds constantly presenting the appearance
of ,a repulsive stubble-field. The people are
not hostilelto the fragrant and beautiful clover
blossoms, .which will soon lend their sweet
ness to the evening air. Let the Superin
tendent; of Public Ground.s adopt, the policy
pursued heretofore, and not cut the grass un
til time ; and avoid the folly and
expense of cutting it so often.
' 'Truly yours, A SUBSCRIBER.
. e. Enrron —Will you please call the atten
tion of your male readers to the meetings for
prayer, held each* evening this week? Why
do they absent themselves from them? Have
'they no - 'interests, at stake, or have they so
fully liuMbled themselve:s before God that
there' is! , no need of meeting publicly to en
treat that He will turn his anger from us-and
'Make our armies successful. I know business
is the plea; but what will business be worth
if our enemies triumph? Far better to close
the places of business for ors: BOMI for a few
days, and let ALL call mightily upon God, as
did the Niuevites. Then might we truly ex
pect such a blessing to descend upon our
army and - Nation as would cause the world to
look with wonder and exclaim with us, "0 God
not unto us, ;but unto thy name give glory,
for thy mercy and thy truth's sake." I was
struck on Tuesday evening on looking around,
to see the female portion so much greater
tlian the males, and the thought arose, have
our sins upon us, and
has man no part •in - -When the HEARTS of
of the nation are humbled, then may we ex
peckGod 'near our prayers, and war shall
be known no more in all our borders.
A LOVER OF'HER COUNTRY AND HER GOD.
HABRISBILTRG, May 19, 1864.
THE Paris Fasuroxs.—" It is a little singu
lar.that the only articles imported from France
which liars not risen in proportion to the rise
in gold, or the depreciation of paper money,
are cloaks, mantillas and bonnets. These in
dispensable articles of ladies' wear, although
Made of finer and more costly material than
ever, cost but a trifle more than they did three
yetres ago, so that there is no excuse on the
score of economy for any lady to wear an un
fashionable'• bonnet, or a worn-out sack or
niantilla."--Ladies' Gazette of 'Fashion.
Tln•Paris lives the devil, the Frenchmen say,
Hem° there the devir often is to pay;
Ids driginates all fashions in the twinkling of
Aid puts up bonnets to a fabulous "high."
But this is one of the ills that husbands must
In pity for those who have "nothing to wear."
But, reader, let me ask you, good lack,
Do you fancy an ancient bonnet or sack?
Can you complacently look upon Fashion's
Without any just or unreasonable cause?
Or can you abide anything of slatternly wear,
By those who have plenty, and money to spare?
Never! Hence America the gauntlet of fashion
At London, at Paris, and the whole fashiona
Go look in at Mrs. Mayer's, No. 13 Market
And• feast your.. eyes on a fanciful treat—
For it is there that Fashion holds her regal
Where much can be bought with but little to
Bonnets from "four fifty" to the gems at "fif
An 4 hats from "seventy-five to five" may be
Decorated with feathers, ribbons and flowers,
To remind one of rural groves and shady
Pine silk mantillas at the little figure "four,"
Cloaks and Circular; seven dollars to nearly
Gore and trail skirts at any price you choose,
And ribbons which rival the rainbow's hues.
All intermediate shades, from mourning black
to bridal whites,
'Which knock all other stores higher than so
Head dresses,ruches, ornaments, nets and lace,
To give to the contour an elegant and finished
To lend additional charms to every beauty's
In every private home or public place.
Caps, Hosiery, Collars, Corsets, Cuffs and
Gloves, - •
Of all shades in tan, as well as turtle doves.
Handkerchiefs, bordered, hemstitched and
At prices you may never see them again.
Parasols and Srinshades made in Various ways,
To guard against Old Sol's fiercest fiery rays.
Silks, Velvets , Scarfs, Ties, Steel Clasps and
Together -with a thousand other useful things;
No one of which can be had as cheap this day
Inthis city—or even far - -farcied Broadway:
Her system is the one which never fails—
Miiltiplying small profits by quick and ready
• Then ho ! for the Grand -Bazaar, Market
Where all that I have written can be s een;
A store that would do credit to any city's marts,
A shade or two ahead of any in these rural
Where sales of Bonnets and Mantillas are made
At prices which really defy the trade.
Remember,• Mrs. Mayer's, No. 13 Market
street, where all the Paris, London and New
York fashißns, , _ are received with uniform.'
regularity, and Where it is no trouble to show
goods, whether ladies are
_prepared to pur
chase or not. mylB-d3t
itilittatir Business Attended To.
BountY, Back Pay, Subsistence and Military
'lid War Claims, generally, made out and collected. Per
sons residing at a distance can have their 'business trans.
. 1 0e4 bYmailvtlYi*ddrefiging z: • • " •
- • EUGENESNYDER, 4ttorney.itzg.
GENE. DER, .
'40.7411i , 7 : Thira street, Harrtaburq, !.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!! : - CLOAKS!!!
ALL sizes, kinds and styles at very low
prices. The best quality of
Sloop skirts from 75 cents to $2.00.
A superior article of white muslin at 25 cents.
A good article of ladies' stocking, 25 cents per pair.
Also, a large and beautiful assortment of spring and
summer dress goods, ladies' and gentlemen's handker
chiefs, hemmed and plain, cambric and Swiss muslin,
cambric and Swiss edging, and a full and complete as
sortment of other good; to which we inviite attention of
purchasers S. LEWY,
Rhoads , old stand, corner Market and Second sts.
APHYSIOLOGICAL view of lIARRLAGE,
containing nearly 300 page, and 130 line lates and
En g ravings of the Anatomy of the Sexual Organs in a
state of Health and Disease, with a Treatise on Self
Abuse, its Deplorable Consequence upon the Mind and-
Body, with the Author's Plan of Treatment—the only
rational and successful mode of cure, as shown by the re
port of cases treated. A truthful adviser to the married,
and those contemplating marriage who entertain doubts
of their physical condition. Sent ' free of postage to any
address, on receipt of 25 cents,in stamps or postal cur
rency, by addressing Dr. LA CROLX, No. Si Maiden Lane
Albany, N. Y. marl-daw3m
To all who have Corns
This week Is a good time to cat and trim your corns,
and to get some of Mrs. Bail'a Corn Salve that has cured
so very many. Ail who have corns just try for your
s-lees. Can be'had for 15 cents a box, at No. 27, South
Pine street. SIRS. L BALL.
N. B.—Orders from a distance promptly attended to,
as this . can be sent by mall.
HAIR DYE t HAIR DYE 3 Z
Batchelor's. Celebrated Hair Dye .
IS THE BEST 11'l THE WORLD.
The only Harmless, True and Reliable Dye slloto9l.
This splendid Hair Dye is perfect—changes Red, Rusty
or Gray Hair instantly to a Glossy Black or Natural/Imm
without injuring the Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
Hair soft and beautiful ; imparts fresh vitality frequently
restoring its pristine color, and rectifies the 111 effects of
bad Dyes. The genuine is signed wruLut A. BATCH
ELOR.. All others are mere imitations, and should be
avoided. Sold by all Druggists, Ac Factory-81 BAR
CLAY ST, N. Y.
BATCHELOR'S NSW TOILET CREAM FOR DRIBMING TIM HAIR
1.4T1L DISTRICT, P&KNSTETARLA,
HARRISBURG, May 10,1864.
rro the end that all persons interested may
_L have notice, and the object in view, a complete and
accurate revised enrollment, be promoted, the following, in
accordance with circular order No. 46, A. A. Provost Mar 7
shal General's office, is hereby published.
L The different Boards of Enrollment, Western Di
vision, Pa., are requested to imaiediately-proceed to exe
cute the said section or the Bet of Congress, entitled "An
act to amend an act for enrolling and eallingmut the na:-
tonal forces, and for otherpurposes " approved February
IL They will apt once appoint the necessary enrolling
officers for their respective distrieti., with-Instructions,
Ist. To, enroll all persons whose names have been omit
ted by the proper enrolling officers, previous enrollment.
2nd. All persons who shall arrive at the age of 20 years
before the dmfL
3d. All aliens who shall have declared their intentions
to become citizens.
4th. All persons discharged from the military or naval
service of the United States who have not been in such
for two years during the present war.
sth. -And all persons exempted under the provisions
of the second section of the enrolling act, approved March
3d, 1863, but not exempted under the provisions of the
act approved February 24,1864.
. 111 The Board of Enrollment wlll also at, once proceed
to strike from the enrollment, Upon eatisfactory proof:
Ist. The names of all persons who have arrived at the
age of forty-tiveyears.
2d. The names of all persons manifestly, physically
or Mentally unfit for the service.
3d. The names of such persons as are at this time ac
tually and legally in the military or naval service of the
4th. The names of such persons as have served in the
military or naval advice two years or mifre, during the
present war, and hmcve been honorably discharged there
from - JNO. KAY CLEMENT,
inylo-2w Gap' , and Pro. mar., 14th Dist. Penna.
)SECOND ARR,IIr I
PBS. M. NdYERf No. la Market Street,
IS PLEASED to announce to the ladies of
Harrisburg and vicinity, (who have so liberally patron
ized her since her arrival In this city,) that she has just
received, direct from the manufacturers and importers, a
of the finest goods the market could afford in the line of
PLUM AND AMERICAN 11111LINERY,
and is now prepared to offer great inducements to pur
chasers. Her stock consists in pirt of
FLOWERS, HEAD DRESSES,
CAPS, ORNAMENTS, &C.
SILKS, VELVETS, LACES, RUCHES,
HOOP SKIRTS CORSETS, HOSIERY,
HANDKERCHIEFS, GLOVES, COLLARS,
CUFFS, BELTS, NETS, FANCY, GOODS, &C.
Also, a splendid assortment of
Also, Ties, Scarfs, Pocket Books, Porte Denudes and
Purses; elegant Steel and Jet Pins and Brooches, Belts and
Belt Buckles, and a full line of Trimming and Fancy
Goods, as cheap as the cheapest,
Special care has been exercised in the selection of these
goods, with a view to the wants of this community, and
the ladies generally are invited to call and examine the as
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore received,
I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. "
Don't forget the place: No. 13 Markel street,
MRS. M. MAYER
Wan DEPARTNEST, Cavaiser BUREAU',
Opium OF Caw CaIIAPMEMSTER,
Wammaarmer, D. C., April 26,1864.
WILL be sold at public auction, to the
highest bidder, at the times and places named be-
ow, viz: _
Reading, Penn'a, Thursday, Ray 26111.
Lebanon, Penn's, Thursday, June 2d.
Northumberlatad; Penn's., Thursday, June 9th.
Scranton, Penn'a, Thursday, Juno 16111.
Penn'a, Thursday, June 28d.
One Hundred (1001 horses at Gettysburg, and Two Hun
dred and Fitty (250) at each of the otherplaces.
These Horses:have been condemned as unfit for the
Cavalry service of-the United States Army.
For road and farm purposes many good bargains may
Horses will be sold singly.
Sales begin at 10 A x. , and continue daily till all are,
TESL S: CASH in United Statea Treasury notes only.
JAMES A. BMX
Lt. CoL and C. Q. H. Cavalry Bureau.
CLOAKS! CIRCULARS!! CLOAKS!!!
LIGHT AND DARK CLOTH COATS,
WATER PROOF AND BLACK CLOTH COATR ALL
BLACK MTN COATS AND CIRCULARS
A large im.)rtment of
AND FANCY PARASOLS
at reasonable prices; cheapest in the city at the new
tayl4 In D. W. Gross , new building, Harrisburg.
Dr. J. P. KELLER'S
A..IMRICAN TOOTH WASH!
THESE elegant preparations combine the
most desirable cleansing and astringent qualities.
They render the Glllta hard and healthy; neutralize the
acid secretions of the mouth, (thereby removing the
prime cause of decay.) By their detersive properties they
preserve the natural color of the Teeth, without in the
least degree injuring the enamel, while they impart to
the breath a flagrance peculiarly aromatic and pleasant.—
In fact they are THE BEST ARTICLES in use for the pur
-poses named,.as a fair trial will fully demonstrate, and
as has been abundantly proved by their extensive sale in
this community during the last 14 years; and which will
be readily testified to by many who have repeatedly
urged the Proprietor to still further extend their sale and
usefulneas. They are warranted to be free from those
destructive acids which so frequently contaminate many
of the preparations of the present day. Prepared and sold
at the Dental Rc•oras of the. Proprietor, comer of Second
and Walnut streets. JOHN P. SELLER,
For sale also by the prin.eipal Would& of thevity,
WANTE D—lmmediately, Six or eigh
good Carpenters, to whom steady employ
meat and the highest wages will be given. Apply to P
BERNHEISEL, JIT-, Harrisburg, Pa. my i t.
AjVANTED-A good pastry Cook, and a
good meat Cook. Inquire at the
ap3O-dtf BRADY ROUSE.
A GENTS wanted to sell the Standard His
-11 of the War. A rare chance to make money.
Agents are clearing from $lOO to $2OO per month. 200,040
volumes already sold. Send, for circulars. Address
JONES BROS. & CO., -
Publishers. Baltimore, Md.
MILLINERY GOO U .
M li S
HAS OFTSED aT
NO. 6 111.&11LIKE.T SQUA.I3.II,
(Next door to Folii's Confectionery,)
HERE SHE IS PREPARED to sell to
the ladies of Harrisburg and vieinity the
Latest Styles of Millinery and Fancy Goods,
At cheaper prices than any house in the city. The quality
of her goods cannot be surpassed.
DRESS MAKING IN THE LATEST STYLE
Will be neatly executed.
Ladies call andltaanalne - for yourselves, ap ;
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
SOUTH SECOND STREET,
Two Doors Below Helker's Hardware Store,
OPPOSITE THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
OFFICE CHIEF CORR - MART OF SURSISTENCR,
DEPARTAMCT OF TUB SUSIZEEHASR.A.,
HARRISBURG, Penna., May 11, 1364.
QEALED PROPOSALS in duplicate, are
respectfully invited by the undersigned., until 3 r. 51.,
Saturday, May 21st, 1864, for furnishing the United States
Subsistence Department, delivered in Harrisburg, Pa.,
with "Fresh Beef, of a good and marketable quality, in
proportions of Fore and Hind Quarters Meat, (Neck,
Shanks and Kidney Tallow to be escluded,) in such quan
tities as may be required, and on such days as shall be
designated at this office, commencing May 23, 1864,.f0r a
period of four months.
The ability of the bidder to fulfill the agreement must
be guaranteed by two responsible persons, whose signa
tures must be appended to the guarantee. In case of fail
ure, the United States reserves the right of purchase else
where, to make up the deficiency, charging the advance
paid over the contract price to the party failing to deliver.
Bids must be legible, the numbers written, as well as
expressed by figures; and no member of Congress, officer
or agent - of the Government service, shall be admitted to
any share therein, or to any benefit which may arise
The proposals will be opened at three P. X., Saturday,
May 21st, 1864, knd bidders are invited to attend.
Capt. and C. S. U. R. V., Chief C. S: Dept. Susquehanna_
PERFUMING LINER" AND PREVENTING MOTE.
POWDER--a compound of valuable
articles for the destruction of insects--distributed
among or dusted over Furs, 'Woolens, Carpets, Clothinl,
&A, packed away for summer, will, effectually prevent
Being also a delightful, diffusable perfisine it will im
preg,nate clothing, /Sc., with a lasting andpleasant odor.
The finest fabric cannot be injured by its use.
Prepared and• sold at KELLER'S
Drug and Fancy Goods Store, No. 91 Market street.
Notice to Contractors.
NOR rffERN CENTRAL RAILWAY CO.,
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER,
HARRISBURG, RA, May 9,1864.
PROPOSALS will be received at this office
until May 25, for the whole or any part of the grad
uation and ballasting for the second track of the Northern
Central railway between Dauphin and Sunbury.
Work to be commenced immediately. Full information
may be had by applying to F. C. Arms, Esq.., Principal
Assistant Enguseer,at Sunbury,Pa., or to the undersigned.
The company reserve the right to reject any or all pna
posalS made. 11. STANLEY GOODWIN,
my9-dtm2s Chief Engineer.
IVIELODEONS AND CABDTET ORGANS.
itTENTY-SIX FIRST FE,EMIIMS,
TWELVE saivErb . MEDALS,
ONLY GOLD MEDAL (ever won by lastrutneats of this
class) has been awarded to
MASON & HAMIAN'S INSTRUMENTS.
A full assortment of these instruments always on hand
W. E:NOCHE'S, Sole Agent,
93 Market street.
JOHN A. BIGLER 2k.
MARKET STREET., ABOVE FOURTH,
(NEST TO ADAMS xPBESS OFFICE, )
wirrants, - Claims, Government Securitim, Cheeks
Vouchers, ac., cashed. mar Mere.
Thomas C. Macnowell,
OFFICE IN THIRD ST., BELOW PINE.
• HAARISHIIEG, PA.
A LL manner of Military Claims promptly
JCL attended to, and claims collected against the General
or State Governments, either in Congress, the Court of
Claims at Washington city, or at Harrisburg, without un
necessary delay, and on moderate terms. ap29-d6m
COFFEE, SUGAR AND MILK.
"DEMONS melting up boxes to send to their
friends in he army, will find this an elegant article;
one box Making forty cups of coffee, equal to any Java
coffee, and with little labor. For mle at
SIEMER & FRAZER,
no 24 (successors to Win. Dock, Jr., & Co.)
TIBILA_DELPHIA COLLEGIATE INSTI
TUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES, No. 1530 Arch
street. Rev. CHARLES A. SMITH, D. D., E. CLARENCE
SMITH, A. M., Principals.
Ninth Year. Three departments: Primary, Academic,
and Collegiate. Full college course in Classics, Mathe
matics, higher English and Natural Science for those
who graduate. Modern Languages, Music, Painting and
Elocution by the best masters. For ciirculars apply at
the Institute, or address BOX 2611 P. o.,Philadelphia
SAP SAGO, English Dairy, Pine Apple, Nut
meg and New York. State Cheese, just received at
SHISLER & FRAZER,
5 successors to W. Dock, Jr., k Co.
WALNUTS, CREAMNIITS, FILBERTS
For sale whelesale at
SHLSLER & FItAZER,
mvs successors to W. Foca, Jr., & CO.
We have just received a line selection of APPLES, in
prime order. For sale by the barrel, bushel or small
quantity at SIIISLER k FRAZER,
feb3 (ancormors to Wm Dock, jr., It Co.)
FINE TABLE OILS.-40 boxes fine table
oils of the best importations for sale, wholesale and
retail, by SEMLER & FRAZER,
mys successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Ca
10 ?,Itg i PA S REI F f niE or sale Ir ERIAL FIWI4C
SHISLER AL FRAZER,
m 5 successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Go.
50 DOZEN JARS ENGLISH PICKLES,
comprising Piotlilly, Chow Chow, Cauliflower,
Mixed Pickles, Gerkins, Walnuts and Onions. For tale
wholesale and retail by SEMLER & FRAZ EE,
mys. successors to W. Dock, Jr., & CO.
15,000 sand lißS lba. • IdiebenSe.r,sl4Es'iftceellnor th°ll
=red expressly for family use and for this market.
tale at SHISLER & FRAZER;
feb2 (successors to Wm: Dock, jr., & Co.)
ORANGES! ORANGES! !-20 boxe..3 - in
prima order. Just received wholeiale and retail
ic‘LER & FRAZER,
1.2 _ _ sue imams to Wm. Deck, jr., & Co
ninuEum. MUSTARD; the best imported,
.I_,t just received and for sato by
• SEEISLER & FRAZNot,e
ebl (successors to Wm Do*, jr., & Ca.)
DRIED FRUIT of all kinds at r
[my4] BOYER & KOERP.R.R.
SSSW mail but very fate lot
of Sweet Cider, just received at .
mar2S Q3UMOINIOTS WW. DOOk. i rtt
FIFTH NIGHT OF THE
In characters of 11 - WAND - MRS
MISSES DIIDIAS I9 AND STANLEY,
and the extremely funny farce of
Nora.—The Drama of the Drankard:,re
commends itself to the public as containing the
finest moral ever presented in a play. It has
done more good for the cause of temperance
than lecturers have ever accomplished, by ex
hibiting in true colors the gradual develnp
ment of the passion for ardent spirits till the
crisis is reached in the terrible
Seats may be secured at Bannvat's Drug
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Reserved seats 50 cents
Seats not reserved 25 'cents
Doors open at 74. Ctirtain rises at 8.
FRIDAY EYENLNG, MAY 20, 1 34 ,
Will he presented the
31:5) It N - A_ 13, 131
THIRD STREET,.• BELOW MARKET,
REAR OF EMR'S'HOTEL. -
S. S. SA.NFORD ...Proprietor and M pager
FEMAYT.VkiNII G, 'STAY 2.0
BRICKS vs. HITS.
THE TWO DROMIOS
WE WILL FIGHT IT OUT TOGETHER
Orchestra Seats can be procured in advance at. Bane
vart'a Drag Store.
Doors open at 634. Commence to 8.
Police always in attendance. Lo preserve order.
Admittance 25 cents.
Orchestra chairs., 50 cents. ,
Private boxes. entire, $5 each ,; single seats. eacb.
CANTERBURY MUSIC laLL.
WALNUT ST., BELOW THIRD.
OPEN EVERY EVENERO,
With a First-class Company af -
SINGER.% DA.NCERS,,,COMENANS, &G,.&0. , •
Admission_ .... . ... .......... 16 coßr
Seats in Boxes-• `• 25
1864R0 ACH RAM ,
As Spring approathes
ANTS and ROACHES
/Prom their holes come - out;
And MICE and RATS,
IA spite of CATS,
Gaily skip about.
For Rats, ➢lice, ROILCIILOR, Ants, Bed. Rues.,
Mosquitos, Moths in Pars, Woolens, ate-
Insects on Plants, Fowls; Animalsiete:
"15 yeara established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from P 013012.4."
"Not dangerous to the Ilumhn - ramilv."
‘‘Rats come out of thelr holersmdie.",-'
ifirsout by all Dniggists everywhere
Ihrl 1! Bsweas ! I of all worthless imitations. "
Aar. Costar's" Depot, N 0.483 8r0w434 - ay, N. 171
gal"-Sold by D. NV. GRO... &
Wholesale and retail:asap,
0 P P IC I AN
BEGS to inform the inhabitants of a
burg and vicinity that he has removed td No. 29
North Second street, two doors from Walnut Thankful
for the confidence and patronege bestowed on me during
my stay on Market Square, I hope to merit a continuance
of the same at icy new stand.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION is called to the •
CELEBRATED TINTED PARABOLE SPECTACLat,
for which I claim the undermentioned advantagm:
Ist, That from the peculiar construgLion of 'the Ghtssm,.
they assist and preserve the sight, Rsadering frequent
change quite unnecessary.
2d. That they confer a brilliancy and distinctness of-vi
sion, with an amount of ease and comfort not hitherto en
joyed by spectacle wearers.
Bd. That the material from which the Lerw:eq are ground
is manufactured specially for optical purp9s, and is
PURR, HART AND BRILLIANT, and 110 liable to become
4th. That the frames in which they are sets whether in
gold, silver or steel, are of the finest quality and finish,
and GUARANTRBD PF.RFECT in every respect. -
51.1 r That, from their peculiar color, they prevent a an
perfluity of light affecting the- retina, and therefore
strengthining the optic nerve and rendering it less liable
to Amaurosis. • . -
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of Achromatic
Microscopes, Spy Glasses, Opera, Marine and, Field Cbt., -
es; Stereoscopes and Views, Magic Lanterns,' BaroMeters
Thermometers, Magnets, &c, &c.
Remember that Rosendtde's Institute will .he.permartent
at No. 29 North Second street, five dews from the,llueb
er Rouse. aPI-41101,2
SCHOMACKER & CO,'S PIANOS
TOO well known in this ci y to need mace
mendation. In use by
And many other distinguished citizens. The undersigmad
offers these superb instruments at prices that comorfail
to command public patronage.
N. R—No OLD stock on hand.
Also, Sae Agent for the unrivalled ", ;
BRADBURY'S CEIAIRAMED PIANOS.
Chickering's and several other of the *try best makes.
None but perfect instruments sold.
Call and see hugest stock out of great cities.
mar2S-tf S. WARD Third street Music Store
- filoß , SALE.
The subscriber offers for sale the stock and fix,tures of
his Wen known WHOLESALE LIQUOR-ETOP.E AND
RECTIFYING ESTABLISHMENT. He will sell the whole
or part of the stock, and the_ entire fixtures, The busi
ness has been carried on about fifteen years, aud Well
established. With the store is connected a Goo d “COPPER
STILL It is situated on Canal street, between Pennsyl
vania railroad and canal, and has a private siding suitable
for forwarding purposes. Possession given iutsrdiately
and lease given for from one to ten yurs: Terms to suit
purchasers. For further inforatatiOn aptdl,olx It
mises to [mar2-1-tfl GEO..G."ITITNICEL.
ESTATE AT PRIVATE, SALR
R E AL
The several proper peror the _Estate orwitro-v AL
usoN, deceased, in the city. Of ;Harrisburg, consisting of
Houses on Front street .and Chestnut street, at ancl'near
the corner of Frunt; and Chestnut Strvit¢:, it" rigtrfig en
Mulberry street, near Third "Street; - and ' , sates
of land at the eastern ternimus.4. Market street, are of
fered foruale. For terms of saleapplyblthentidersigned,
dAII.-dt,fl, . THOMAS COCHRAN.
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S. C. D:13130IS