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11Ali - ItISBURG, PA
TUESDAY EVENING, JENE 7, 1864,
NDTICE TO ADVERTISERS.—AII Adver
tisements, Business Notices, Marriages,
Deaths, dic., to secure insertion in the
TELEIiAPH, must invariably be accent
pan'ed-with the VASIL
Advertisements ordered in the regular
Evening Edition are inserted in the Morn
ing Edition -without extra charge'.
Dinner to the Officers and Sol
diers of the Pa. Reserve Corps.
The committee on reception will meet at
the Mayor's house, on Wednesday, the Bth
inst., at half past eleven o'clock in the morn
ing, to proceed to camp for the purpose 4:d
escorting the invited guests to their respective
Irards. A. L. ROIIM.RORT,
TOWN AND COUNTRY
MUSTER-017T nouns made out by Sullivan S
Child, Claim Agent. je7-5t
A Lttosr Eorroa.—F. L. Baker, editor of
the Afarieitian, was drafted, in Lancaster
county, the other day.
Smog the hail storm of yesterday we have
been,transferred from the heat of Jane, to a
pleasantbracing Ootober morning.
Psxsross and bounties collected by Sullivan
S. Child, Claim Asent. Office in DAILY TEL,
tottpu Building, Third street. je7-5t
sat of two hundred and fifty condemned
Government horses will be held at Northum
berland, on Thursday next, 9th instant, com
mencing at 10 o'clock, and to continue until
all are sold.
PILOVOST KiBSIML CLEMENT announces
through our columns, that "drafted men are
not allowed to enlist as volunteers after being
drafted." This is important to those who
have recently drawn prize tickets in the Pro
vost Marshal's lottery.
ALL non-commissioned officers and privates
of the Penn'a Reserve Corps can have the back
pay due them from the State of Pennsylvania
promptly collected by Sullivan S. Child,
Claim Agent. Office in DAILY TELEGRAPH
Building, 'Third street.
GELND LODGE OF GOOD TEMPEL - M.—The
Pennsylvania Grand Lodge, I. 0. of Good
Templars, will hold its annual session in this
city during the 'present Week. We are in
formed that a large number of delegates will
be present from - various portions of the State.
Ix our advertising columns will be found a
list of the Harrisburg committees of,the great.
Sanitary Fair, which is now in successful ope.
ration-iii-Fhiladelphia. The Mayor reques's
the persons named in the advertisement to
meet iitahe Court House, on Thursday even
ing, at eight o'clock, for organization.
HABRISISITAGRE WOUNDED. —Lieutenant J.
S. Hoye; commanding Company A, U. S.
Cavalry, was severely wounded at Coal Har
bor, 31st ult, and is now in the hospital at
Washington, where amputation of his arm
became necessary. He is a nePhew of Gen.
Simon Cameron, and as brave and gallant a
soldiiritigs ever drew a sword. Letters from
the hospital represent his condition to be as
favorable as could be expected under the cir-'
OUR eity,ie again quiet. The noise, lnistfe;
and excitement of yesterday have passed
away. Last night the brave Reserves, who,
for three years, were camped on the battle
field, enjoyed themselves by moving about
through the city, and passing the time as best
suited their, fancy. A few of them imbibed
rather freely at the drinking saloons, but no.
disturbance was created. No one molested
them, as everybody had a kind feeling toward
the aun l buint veterans.
THIL §A.LI3TIS n HON - OR 08 THE RESERVES.--
It is only proper to state that the application
for guns and ammunition to fire a salute in
honor of the arrival of the Reserves in the
State Capital, was made to Adjutant Gen
eral Russell late on Sunday night, and that
he proinply complied, so that the Superin
tendent of the Arsenal, Mr. George Forbes,
had but a few hours on Monday morning to
prepare the cartridges. Mr. Forbes deserves
the thanks of the people for his energy in
discharging' his portion of this duty; and the
squad of the First Ne* York Artillery, who
firedthe salute, are entitled to like o:Lanka.
Trra Naw. Two-CENT Cori.—The-new two
cent Coin juit issued from the mint is already
in limited circulation in this city. The weight
is about twice that of the new one-cent coin
recently authorized to bewail . ° of copper; and
the natal and color of the larger and smaller
coin do not differ materially, if at all. In
sizeto7.tsgo-cent piece is between the nickel i
and . i3o67.copper cents (which are of like dim-
eter)lshd :the .ennabrous old copper coin. The
differenceirr'diameter of the recent one-cent
and tWo-ee' . ntrissu.es is about one-eighth of an
inch Whild the two-cent coin is much thicker;
and iiie . diff
erence in. diameter of the two -cent
and thii old.coipSione:-cent coin is one-sixth
of an inch—quite Sufficient in both cases to
prevent any eonfusion or possible mistake.
The design of the new piece is mainly excel
lent. It is-certainly unique and quite pretty,
as well as easily : distinguishable. The obverse
contains,besides the usual inscription. "United
States of America," a wreath formed appar
ently of heads of wheat, encircling
prominent figure "2" over the word " cents"
in small letters. The reverse is much-hand
somer.- - It comprises an ornamented shield
surmounted by a scroll bearing the words "In
God we trust." - Two arrows are crossed on
the back of the shield, 9.ud the ground-workf
is a wreath of laurel, The date of the piece'
completes the _design. _
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DIE Great Centtril Sanitary ntir opened
day, in Philadelphia.
OrricEns Bikes. PA.T ate them from the State
of Pennsylvania promptly collected by S. S.
Child, Claim Agent, for FIVE PER CENT. j 7-5 t
SEVERATA of the Reserve regiments left this
morning for Philadelphia and Pittsburg,
where they will be mustered out of the ser-
Ho, rOS T FOVRTR or Jurr !—Mr. John
Wise has a fine assortment of fire-works on
hand, which will be disposed of at moderate
rates for celebrations, &e.
Two PDra BUILDDIO LOTS for sale on Penn
above Broad street. Terms, one-half cash
Inquire of D. Wyeth, at Wyeth do Creamer's
South Sesoud street.
my3l-1w A. R. WYETH.
A. Mn.s MACKAY, whom one Bottles at
:tempted to dispossess of her farm in Crawford
county, Pennsylvania, last week, shot . the
aforesaid Bortles with a gun, after warning
him not '0 attempt to enter her hOnse. He
AT an election held by the Harrisburg Cem
etery Association, yesterday, the followin •
officers were chosen for the ensuing year:
Managers—A. F. Kelker, Jno. A. Smull
William Cleckner, Henry Gilbert and J. J
Tug NEW CENTS rx Clllcutemox.—The new
cents recently authoriged to be 'issued have
made their appearance. They are made al
most entirely of copper. The circumference
of the new coin is the same as that of nickel
cents, but they are thinner and much lighter.
It is hoped that their comparative cheapness
will prevent hoarding. , . •
A Cvatosrrr.—An ingenious piece of me
chanism may be seen at H. •H. Long's hat
store, number 4 Jones' row. It is a miniature
Silk' at, with all the 'Workmanship and finish
of a full-size "stove pipe." It is, called the
Sanitaiy Fair Hat, an enterprising firm
Philadelphia having made and' donated one
thousand of them to the Commission. It is
altogether a comical affair and worth seeing.
Omvsnix.—ln our hastily gotten up report
of the reception ceremonies Yesterday, we
omitted to mention the Citizen Fire company
properly. Their engine was drawn by four
of the handsomest Iron Greys we have seen
for some time,'which were gratuitously fur
nished to the company by Joseph Montgom
.ery, Esq . , proprietor of the People's Trans
portation line, who is noted for his liberality'.
AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE REAL Emerz.—
Ensminger & Adams will sell to,raerrow
(Wednesday) evening, - at 7 o'clock, at Grant's
Hall, that lot or piece of ground situate cor
ner of Chestnut street and Dewberry alley.--
Also, will sell to-morrow morning at market,
the finest collection of tea shells ever offered
at this market.
AaE ws TO CELEBEATE TEM FouaTn.The
inquiry begins to be . agitated by a few,' but we
do not learn' that any definite move has yet
been made for celebrating the coming Anni
versary of our National Independerice in this
place. We think it highly important that the
day be 'commemorated by a regular old fash
ioned celebration, and we hope the initiatory
steps will of once be taken, and a programme
of the order of the, day be early sent forth to
notify the citizen's of the surrounding towns
that we are wide awake with patriotism and
;love of country, and are determined to try and
infuse into the minds of the citizens of this
region of country mow zeal for the principles
which gave birth to the day we desire to com
memorate. Within a few days we hope to have
such additional cheering news of Grant's cam
paign upon Richmond, as -will add vastly to
the enthusiasm of the clay we - celebrate. : , 7
SPEECH OF 3S I LLYOE ROIIKEONE.-011E report
of the speech of Mayor Roumfort, yesterday,
at the reception of the Reserve Corps, was
merely a brief and imperfect sketch. We
now print the speech entire, as 'follows
Hail! brave aoldies of Pennsylvania! In
the name of the citizens of Harrisburg, I
greet you with p. 1., hearty• welcome—a most
hearty welcome! - Three years ago you
marehed to the field in all the pride and vigor.
of Your manho'oel: During 'that eventful
period, you have beenin fifty battles ! Your
proverbial braiery eind•deiretion always -laced
you in the post of danger, and, on every °ape
sion, your solid column of granite gloriously
breasted the shock of battle! By flood and by
field, on the plains 'and in the mountains, you
have shed your best blood upon every, battle.
field, and there left your dead as monuments of
your indomitable courage. The_March, the
bivouac, the picket and the fight, liiiVe - thin- •
. ned your valiant ranks from twenty thousand
Men, down to the shattered remnants thatnow
Stand before me! There is no parallel
_modern warfare of such destruction in, any
-corps, unless. it be the Russian campaign of
the great Napoleon, in which regiments- -were
,either annihilated or reduced to mere squads?
-:You have cast around the Military fame of
`Pennsylvania a halo of glory unrivalled in the .
military annals of . history. The eiglueeen
"thousand, departed heroes who sleep the long
sleep of. death upon the devastated fields of
Ifirgmia, have bequeathed to you not only
- their unrivalled fame, but also the affection of ;
your fellow citizens and of the bereaved dues
.who now moire. their irreparable lose.,
The committee of arrangements had in
tended r,t s o give you a public dinner, on this
very spot; upon the day of your arrival. But
you are as prompt to
~ surprise your'friends'
your enemies, and you took us unawares.
Yon fairly outflanked us. We therefore, fell
:back in, good order •of course upon:he re=.
serve of our fellOir-citizens, who have cheer
fully volunteered to entertain you it their
private residences on Wednesday next; at two
o'clock in the afternoon.
Then, you will enjoy their hospitality and ,
the comforts of home to which you have oo
long been strangers. There, they will lend a
greedy ear to the relation of your hair breadth
'scopes and valiant exploits, and there, I trust,
you will have a foretaste of the peaceful . en
joyments which await you at home. May yriul
„speed there in safety. And'irlier, the alarms
•of war have ceased ; when the olive branpli:
displaces the ensanguined laurel ; when each
of yertligain sits down in peace under his vine'
and-fig, tree, surrounded by friends and neigh- BUIiIINGTUN
4 1.1 ._ EREja,T Y-e. -
tont,.-the mere - mention that he was soldier fi T IE "" E t season, large- PilrAugn
wagoning, just Mee - tied at
.of the . Pennsylvania RaiseTrefr will anon e‘ saisLER&FRA
' lasholda .brave-man _ _ - (mown, torm.,Dtwir4 SOL%
; ..L,7a - r:U AA ix W.141,A10/11,
ENSMINGER & ADAMS,
Az Sanford's Opera House fly— he
grand entertainment to-night. • ,
attend cannot fail to be pleased, and we vialiff
advise all who desil. to see the best perform
ance in the city, to t go to Sanford's. -
Porscs AFFAMIIS have been extremely dull
since our last report. Notwithstanding the
presence-of the Reserves, end the excitement
attending the reception, there was not a sin
gle occupant in the lock-up last night.
ELLEN WAS• SFSTENG tiN A QUM TUT'S 4 1 rial
HEAD UPON.> NEE HAND. —Theiattitude or posi
tion of Ellen, as seen by a casual observer,
would have conveyed the impression that she
was in deep sorrow. Perhaps a mother's
death, a sister, or dear friend, or a still greater
distress—the intelligence receiv: dof his having
been killed in battle ; him to whom she had
plighted her affections, and in the helpless
ness of young love; who, itseemedlo her, all
of her earthly happiness depended upon.
Moral.—Fair reader, mine is a pleasing task
to lift the veil, and explain the mystery that
surrounds Ellen. She, with several' friends,
had been shopping on Saturday last, and, in
looking over the large and beautiful assort
ment of dress goods, at the cheap dry-goods
store of C. L. Bowman; No. 1, corner of Front
and Market streets, was unable to decide. She
had so placed herself upon the chair for the
purpose of determining which and how,many
of the beautiflir pieces she would purchase
C X C UAL A_ 11..
HISTORY OF THE RESERVES
BY J.. R. SYPHER
ELIAS BARR At Co. respectfully announce
that thsy,havn in preparation a Hi story, of thel:mi:m
sylvanla itSseiVes ie'the'dxpiraL
tion of their term of service.
This History will contain the names of all the OMCora
and Privates of the Corps—their promotion; casualties
and discharges—also, graphic descriptions of their camp
life and their gallant achievements in the many battles in
which they lisietaken'itart—all derived from ofildal and
authentic sources.. 0.;
The 'History of the Pennsylvania Reserveswill be in o:in
lOLoxe of 600 pages, octsvo size, , neatin princedom seed
paper, and substantially bound in black cloth, containing
a steel engraving of the lammed ; Iteyneldsomdone of
Governor Curtin, (who first recommended the formation
of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corp,) and.still be said only
by subscription. It will be ready in August next Price
per - OOPyl , •.
The Publishers feel confident that the Just pride which
every pennsylvanian must entertain for the brave men
Whose gallant aohievements 'and patriotic self-devotion it
records, will secure for." its lberen - F" a generous and
ELIAS BARR & CO., Publishers,
No. 8 East Iling . street.
LA:toAunts., April 25,,1864.
Manna WAN - LW:I.W C ailßass 'for the above work in every
district of Pennsylvania. Responsible references required.
RAIR DYE I HAIR DYE•I
Batchelor's Celebrated 'Hale Dye
IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
The only Harmless, True and &Zia& Dye 'Known.
This splendid Hair Dye is perfect--changes Red., Rusty
on Gray Hair instantly to a Glossy
without iitjuring the Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
Hair soft and beautiful; impartalreslivitality frifuently
restoring its pristine color, and rectibes the ill streets of
bid Dyes. Ttiegenbine - _ia: signed•WILLIAM A. BATCH
EWE. All others are mere imitations, 'and should be
avoldtid.. 'Sold' by all' Druggists, &c Factory-81
CLAY ST, N. Y.
B4TOBSLOV2I NYW totter CRKAK rya rautikstfattstaitst
BaninvaNl* l lCroches.
For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, .ter:, are specially recommended to
ministers, ,singersAtud.porsons whose vocation;
calls them to speak in public. Manufactured
only by O. A.' Bannvart .I.tr Co;; Harrisburg,
Pa-, to whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist every where.
, Read the!fellowittg_kestimoniule ,from some
*of oar eminent clergymen: •
HABILISBITIM, Feb. Bth, 1864.
O. •A. Barorvemr—Dear have ttsed
Brown's Bronchial Trgehes, Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, tmd in-comparison with them
all, can cheerfully commend your• own as a
~rnost admirable specific for public speakers
And singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually. ' •
Yours truly, T. R. ROBINSON,
Pastor. of N. S. Presbyterian Church,
rI agree' with Mr. Robiusoh as to the
value of BarLuvart's Troches.
Date Pastor' of 124 `Presbyterian OWL' h.
LLuteassirso, Jan., 1 b 64.
To C. A. BANlriAirie=-Dear Sir: 'hi 01 habit
of speaking very frequently; and in places
where the_yocal organs are very muol4,.t.axed,
I have found die need of seine gentle expecto
rant, and that wantlas been supplied intyour
' I' consider theme verylar siiperliir 'to any
Lozenges that I have ever used;-in -removing
speedily that huskiness of the voice arising
from its too frequent, use, and impairing th
effectiveness:: of - the •delivery of •pretdi'o ai •
dresses. Yours, &c.,
• JNO-WALTCAR-JACILSON. fr. •
Pastor of the Locust-St. Methodist Church.
To.C. A. B.annvenr—,Dear Sir: Haying use(
your 'Troche;S, ram - fr63 to say they ' are
;the best I have ever tried and la i c...great
pleasure in recommending thein to al.lpersons
. Sftlioted with sore.. thioat or huskiness of
',;irOiCe arising from public speaking or singing.
Yours, .G. G. RAREST:RAW; '
Tiistor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
• . • HA.uarsito; Feb: W 1864.:
To 0, A. Be..lTwo, ; .7)fior I have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving!hosmeness and ixostrengthening .the
muscles of the throat. They impart clearness
to the voitie; and`lare certainly of` greet tea:air'
fit to all public speakers. A. J. HERR
H, PAIST, Blind Test 'Medium . will
S. give seances foyleommuniontTiA., .
at IV:almt mice& until further:notice.. 42 wlll also
vOyane examination offor those desiring, itt
Hours from 8% d. X to 12 tir., and 1„
X Lab F.M.
Terms 50 cents each - sitting.'
Every one applyinefor a sitting does it en their own
responsibility,, as the manifestation of itsv?" , 4,is not et t_
Option of the Medium. " ' ' je 6-6 K
• • —EXECUTOR'SZTOTICE."--71 ,-
LETTER'S ,t,estagteptary on: :the ,estate of
Hannah' VOrnny,:lite of Kailas township , *pa iiphin
.e.urily, having been,grantief to the tUla - eisignoti, reeding
in said township, nil persons indebted , to sail estate are
orequested to make immediate.payment, and those having
claims against tile same will preitint theralor settlement
.. , I je6 &lad* SANITEL LANDIS, mecum'''. •
er-Will:•aell, at .private Bale?
the farm, . late the ,property of . Mrs., Margaret
Thome, situated in 'East Hanover 'tminslitp,'
county, - adjoining lands of tho Manacle furnace, coittgirdh&
'XS6 acres ;leirty acres of the above is Wood Land and the
.balance under a good stata Pf cnitilation. Mieimprore
pews consist of a two-story weataer.baarod house, a
new Bank Barn, and•othermecetisarymul buildings. Per
;sons desiring to see the property, c in
• jo6:o2p*• JOSEPHSBEESIXIX ,
_ _ _
I NEW ADVERTUEMENI4,---
FiREWORKSI FIREWORKS !!
WRoLESALY AM:r RETAIL BY
THIRD STREET, NEAR WATNIN, HARRISBURG, PA.
THE following stock of Fireworks is now in
Roman Candles, Rockets,
Pin Wheels, Mines of Stars and Serpents.
Serpents, - Grasshoppers,
Water Pots, Flower Pots,
Scroll Wheels, Bengokt Lights,
Triangles, Blue Lights, .
,Red, White and Blue,. SPallEaletteal
Chinese Rockets, Pulling Crackers, •
Fire Crackers, . Tomedos,
Torpedo .& Fhecracker Gni, New Torpedo Bow, '
Joss Stick, or Puns, Flags, bO.. :
Now is the time to parches° while there gopd as
sortment. , WISE,
je6-dtf Third street, near Walnut.
AVALUABLE BUILDING LOT, situate
on the corner of Third and'Safford streets; frontink
on Third 22 feet 6 inches,-running along Sayford street
69 feet. For further particulars enquire of
..cerney,orSecond and Chestnut
BUILDING MATERIALS FallytiALErs;
ALQT of worked out -lumber suitable
two small dwelling bousds such as doorframes,
windowframes, sash, doors, easinge, kc. - r all perfectly
dry and well-seasoned; a large portion of It primed, and
in good ()Mel: - The above lumber will be disposed of at it
For furthdr particulars apply; at THIS OFFICE.
VALUABLE. FARM:. 'AT. PUBLIC . SALE
mHE subscriber will sell at public sale on.
j Saturday; June 18th,1864., at the Court House 'in
the city of Harrisbufg, at 2 o'clock P. x., the farm now
occupied by Jacob Fitting, in Susquehimaa township.
Said-farm contains one 'hundred . 'acres, more or leas and
is bonndei by lands of Herman Alricks, Gee - MoCalla,
J. German and others; 'Paxton creek runs along and
through the farm. •
There is a tine tfti-story stone house and bank barn - on
the place, and ale* a' floe limestone quarry. A draft of
the farm can be'seen at the'office of Dr. Rutherford, 0.11
Front street, any time until day of sales The above farm
withinl,q miles of the'city and Is in fine order.
je7-dts 0. FORSTER.
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series of, plates, showing the proper position of the hernia
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lint of any similar work. Ten 'thousand copies are 'sold
eiefy . year. , Among teacheri and all who have examined
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that eveiy pupil needs Rinke acquirement cf a thormigh
knowledge of Piano-ferte playing! It is adapted to all
grades or Witten, from the rudimental studies of the
youngest, to Illirstudien and exercises of advanced pupils.
Two 'editions urn published; one adopting Ainerican, the
other, Foreign lingering .' When the work is ordered, if no
preference is designated; the edition with American fin:
wiring will.be sent, .
,g Be sore that in 'ordering it you are particular 'in
specifying "NEW 'METHOD." Price $3 50. ,
postpaid, to any address . Sold by , all Musi c Dealers.
01IVERrSONTA. CO., Publishers, 277 Washington
street, Beaton, 2 " ' Je7-tf
IMMENSE AUCTION SALE
Q# VARGS AHD $1.8 . 0.1.1.42 comscrios
RARE AND BEAUTIFUL SEA SHELLS
AT THE MARKET HOIISE, HARRISBURG.
nrob6,,soia without reserve, or Bruit 118
piibe 1. , 6 ' . •,' !• '
THIRTY. s CAgES ,
part of a recant shipment from London,'England, of some
of tho most milendid Varine`Shells ever witnessed is this
country, with various other natural curiosities, coMpris idg
; - CORALS-CAMEOS PEARLS &C
consisting ofIOVER 1080 SPECIMENS, such as have never ,
before been offered for sale in this ' , vicinity, and a rare
opportunity is now offered to thercitizena • .
The public, and ladies in particular; are invited to.ex,
amine this magtalloont asnorttnent of corlositicafroln the
• Therare all the Worki or Stature,. and no artist that ever
lived could imitate them In shapes arid‘colora. The won
ders and beauties Of the mighty deep: Also," a 'variety of
CHllizart FANS, _
JAPANESE .r.tpiis ,
RARE - -
• WAITERS, ;
' - BACK GANMON BOtiN;
• • ?EARL SEALS,
- " SHELL FRAMES
Sale to commence,ilirednedday, JuntBth, and continue
Thursday, FrldWy and SatuMay, at 10, u 'clpck N. and
B'r. ; also, Wednes day and Sattirday Morniage, Market
EARRISBORG, June 6,1864. jeT-dst Auctioneers.
HARRISBIJRG , 'COMMITTEE OF THE
GREAT CENTRA.I.: SANITARY FAIR- ON LA,
Ispit, INCOME AND.REVENVIL - • '
W Bays, Chas,Cormor.
Iron—Di George Bailey, James MVormlck, jr.
Sanks—James W WierJ.lfonroe %miter:
Manuractories- z -W 0 Rieliok, William THildrup.
Diuggiits-LS A Kunkel, Charles A BaMtvart. -
Livery—William Colder; FA Murray.
"Grocers—J R Eby, Christian Frazer.
Merchants, Storekeepers, &c—Daniel Eppley; John L.
Leather and Shoes--John Edwards, K Greenawalt.
Clothiers—Jain W Glover William Sayford.
Limber—John B Cox, D D Boas.
Botels—Charles Mann,' William G Thoinpson.
Printers and Book Sellers— .. George Bergner, Theodore
Builders—John B,Slmoa, A > Nett
Express and Telegraph—John Berryhill, JOhn.ltMg 7
Medical—Dr Martin, Wm Egle. • . ,
Dentistry—Dr P J W Most. .
Photographers and Music Dealtra—Le Rue Lemer, - Wil ,
liam Knoche. - •
Rallroads—Samuel 'Young, J R•Dubarry. . •
Forwarders and Coal , Deaters—Wm K Alricks, D Weer-
Ticutallera and BelteisL-Alex Nosey -- Brady
The above Conindttee'are requested — to meet on Mini
day evening next, June lith,at o'clock, at the cotirr
HOUSE,- for the purpose of organization.
By order or the Cludrznan.
ALL bills must be paid *on or before the
10th, at the Mee of the Treasurer. .By order of the
Board. • 7
This order will be strictly enforced by • •
Je6 3t LEVI GRAY, $j t:-
Paceiver MiluarteiN Orme; 14TH
HARRIMACIRG; Pa Juno 9, isot.
mo DROTXD. 'MEN. by
1 Limit. Col. J. V. Bomford, A.-A.,Provost .Marehal
Genekal, by hie &cuter, N0:59,, or June 4, 1864;to
;dish "That drafted men are not allowed to enlist as volun
teers after befOgdrafted .drafted; Omit this breafAforgia * fte4
Awn remitin‘for''thel -districts 'from w hich th ey
were d rafted4no matter Aftrellf en local. bounty, has . Ot has
not been paid to such men, upon "illegal . enlistment:"
; JNO. KAY CLEMENT„
Captain and Pirovosi Marshal; 14th*Dis't,
fiIHE- subscriber offers for sale two first
,ao3.Plieuni-marbiq torttinpard tables, bemPleW
order and running at present at hal.r*oon at Carlisle, Pa.
The ill heillh or,thie anbseriber only reason drat"duo*: him to offer the same for, sale., Any, 'n 11 = 1 4 10 ) 1
regarding the same will be given bypidressing ,
.0. W. FOLAND:
ILI WMIN S
1 10 USE FURN4S,HINOG.PODS
of every description; the largest 'a4prtment;
to be found in Ste• city. . • .•
WINDOW CURTAINS, '-- •
tgHAI7E9 ~ `'"= `
TABLE AND "PIANO COVERS.
SHEPPARD, VAN HMILINGEN & ARRISON,
1008 Ohtustiint street,
CNC ~tt 7.1.11,e.,rv:1;
" WANTS.- -
VXTA.NtEr— . A. tor do tile, general hoilse-
Y V r yntrk of a small family; one who can cock ; wash
atll iron. preferred.. Enquire at first door from. Front
street, in Locust street:.:.jeB-It*,
NV.ANTED —A first-ciass BAR-ITSDER,
at the NA.TIONAL HOUSE,
,je6 Merlret street.
TEN colored servants wanted at the Mer
chant's Rotel, North Fourth street, Philadelphia.
Good waiters can have permanent situations. JuS•St
TWO GOOD QTJARRYMEN WANTED
to quarry (2000) two thousand perch of LIME
STONE for building. Apply at the
WANTEDA good pastry Cook, and a
pod meat .ClRok. Iwo ire aVhe •
ap3o-dtf - BRAD-t. „
:ADVERTISEMENTS : ;
IVI.A.Y ;10; 71.561..CAUT10N. —The public
arecinitionedagainst thexegotiation of the fol.
lowiug SSY.BN PEI CENT BONDS OF THETRANKLIN
RAILROXD COMPANY, which have been lost or mislaid;
Fin'tY - ight.Bonds of the dehomlnatieu - or 4500,•with
Coupons attached, having the following.tUtribeia: Nos. 3,
4,8, 9, 12, . 14, 44, 48, 59, 63, 64, 72, 76, 76, 60,103, 105,
105, 107, 108, 109, 111, 163, 165, 166, 167, 174, 175, 170,
'177, 178, 186, 250, 252, 255, 258, , 259, 260, 272, 273, 278,
281, 286, 288, 289, 294„297, 300.,
Also, one hundred and thirtymineßends of the denom
ination of $lOO, With Coupbns attaChed, and 'which. have
the following numbers: 305; 310, 320,322, 3 . 26, 326,
327, 328, 339, 310, 341, 342, 313, 344, 373, -374, -.375, -376,
377, 378, 379, 426, 427, 445, 470, 578, 480, - 46fi1.00, 501,
502, 503, 504, 539;540, 645, 546; 54r, 551, 552, 556, 564,
566, 368; 569, 670, 571, _ 572, 573, 575, 519,, 581, 48586
'589;'591, 692, 594, 602, 603, 606 .4,
607..,"60.3, 809; ,
616, 617,: . 618, 619, 622, 624, 625, 629, 652; 034„,635, 636,
652, 653, 663, 665,:666, 667, 668, : 669„ 673, 674, 675, 676,
677, 678, 679, 680, 681, , 688,•639,- 691;'693, 693, 695, 701,
702, 706, 707, 711, ail, 713, 714, 715,-716, 722, 723, 724,
750, 753, 754, 755, 758, 759; 7 69; 762, 767, 773,..
781, 783, 786, 787, 792, 793,:794, . 795, 796 797, 795, 799.
je4-d3t • W. 11.14. IitaItSHALL, Cashier.
GREA.T , OENTRRE-SANITARY FAIR.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD 'COMPANY /
TO Y.ISITURS TO THE SANITARY,FAIR,
WIROILI Harrisburg, Columbia, Lancaster,
Parkesiirg, Pao intermediate stations t. '4'et
Philadelphia and rattail.
From! Barilsburg; by tile , :Mount .79Y Acooin. , -
modation .. .....:....... .. ... 7:20 A. M.
ColumbiaAccomModation leaving at 12:20 P. M.
' And by the Harrisiturg Accommodation,
leaving at 5:25 P. X.
From COMMIlbil, by, train at.. 8:20 4.,x.
1:63 P. N.
... . ..... 6:50 i.. sr_
Front 'Lancaster, by train at ' 9:004_ x.
41 7:34 P. M.
From,Par'kesburg, b trait?. at r -
" " p' to . Weir Philadel=
phis only, at 3:00 ant.
From Paoli, by train at 7:00A. sr.
" " to West Philadelphia,
only, at... 4:16 P. pt.
c EXCURSION PICKETS Will be good for a return trip on
either of the acnommodation trains which leave Philadel
'phia,passenger Station at 10:00 A`. 211., 1:00 P. M., 2:30 r.
is., 4:00 P. 71- and teust.Philailelphia Station at 6:00 P. at.
EXCURSION I f nbt be sold by Condiictors
in the ear% and will not be good upon any other than the
EXCURSION TICKETS will be sold from June 6th to
18th inclusive, and each: ticket will be.GOOP FOR FOUR
DAYS ONLY. ENuCR LEWIS.
ja4-2n , • - General' SAmerintendent
THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR.
:pDLEASE TAKE NOTIGE.—Thei .pride„ - of
a single admission is FIFTY CENTS;:eatildren-uuder,
thirteen, half price. This admits_to,ElGllTY-ONE out of
the NINETY departments of ,the Fair, and to much more
than three.quariers.of thaspace covered by, the buildings.
Certain, departments; ; nine in number, containing articles
chiefly for exhibition, and not for sale, have been permji
`tad to charge a separate price for admission, as follows:
Art Galle•ry • 2.5 cents.
Arms and Trophies If
Relics and Curiosities ......::....::..:.::....:.20"
Horticultural De27arlment " "
:Children's Amusements: . .25 "
William Penn Par/0r.... .
Pertwhetnia Kitchen' ; 'll ' 10
Skating` Pemd "
The Executive Committee assure the public that al
though the full money's worth will' be obtained from a
visit to the EIFTITY-ONE Departments to which the en-.
trance fee admits, Yet it will' be found that the , NTIVE
other Departments will amplythward visitors and justify
the additional outlay.- 411 most bear'in mind that by
these extra charges the total receipts are increased, and
,that the holy cause is. as much assisted as , n it would be.
were the same sum 'expended by visitors in the purchase
of articles exposed for sale.
The Fair will be opened on Tuesday, the 7th inst., at 4
On Wednesday, Bth inst., the Fair will be opened from
9a.M.to 20 T. hr. HORACE HOWARD PURNESS
11HE subscribers invite the attention -of
/ 7 e 6 lOra visiting dm' cay,,to their , yeky extensive sis
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY .GOODS, •
'purchased for CASH before thelits 'advance, and which
they are selling a' the lowest market - •
Their stock includes a complete assortment of the fol
lowing articles, viz;
Damasklable Cloths', Napkins and Dollies. '
Table - Linens.bythe yard; (all qualities.) - -
Chamber and Bath Towels, white and cold borders.
• Hackaback and fancy Towelling by. the yard.
'Harkiflles Quilts, Illaiikett; Toiler Covers`
- . 'Med, in , great varietk, • I
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, for,ladiesand-Gents,
Silk, Merino and GinizeShirtS anti•Draseers.
Swiss and French Muslin; Nansooka, Cambri a! , Bril
liants, Pique' Ladies"' Collars, Sicettn, and Cuffs. Inser
tions, Edgings, lansuarobroideries,3-the -newest. styles of
Arid Oa best des6rfptiOil (it -
11,1 es' Genticineri - 's and Children's CottOn Threadirid
Aferinir Hoilert -
SEEEPP..4ItD, VAIi,HARLINcIPS ltt AERISON,
3113-d2vr , i 1 ;# ..."' 4 ' 10013 Othxdiutt. street, Philadelphia
GRAND . " PT -`1!
. Wu...LEE KELDAT
liaelinlen's - Woods,
01T - THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1861:
Tickets 25. cents
AI- SORREL MAIM, good in lia.ritqs4,..ind
a cqpital ladles' It's - cheep. 'Also e. first-rate SPRING
WAGON, waft shifting top, and a CARRIAGE, with two
seats. , ." Eiti24Ar*l ' 'GEORGE W. PORTER.
QMEENSWARE FOR SA.I4E, '
at the'store of Fred. Trabe, Second
C lE itree Al : above •Cbastnut, We hare on band a large
stuck of Queensware which we will sell wholesale and re
tniL Some. of this,ware is sliaburimperfect, and will be
&old at half price. This ware is direct from the Greeppoint
Pottery.. .Call soon; as this may be your only.ehance for
.yeara• . . HUMMEL!. & MURPHY.
ACRE LOTS FOR SALE. _
H. BEMLYIIIBL hsvrog . sold'-phrt, of his
eJ .;;fond :above town, wllLsell lots of an acre tech,
ileing„the Reel seed. - Thereis:ong lot left of _two. acres 4
With fin e river front 157 Net. 'The buildings Will be sold
'with three or six acres, .
• 1111:PORTA.A T TO LANDLORDS AND
L bill-EAS'slale undersigned offers at vffaffeaalet to"
the tritdi, a 040 lot of the betl liquors ever brought to
Harrisburg, *Hi Frendi Riandies, Holland Gins, Scolds,
:frisk Boarbon, , Wheisi' and Old Hbe Whisky; Forirdn
and DoinatiO lirtnea, such as Champagne, Claret, Catawba,
do. Ali. liquors warranted, as; represented. . Landlords .
:toad others Fill hid,'i t their advantage to call arid ex
amine - the atioriaidtd - at the store; on South Sunond
street, two dbort halo! Chastrutt.
my27-d6in. ' . GEORGE W=ERS.
WE;tl 4 OtlYRIt. luittal but very fine lot;,
1„ .. 7 or sweet Chin just, received' at '
, SHISLEH FRAZKR, I
tßuncessors to W. Deck. jr.. &Col-
BUTTER, BUTTER.—Fresh roll' biteer
Y from Snyder county received every, week. ~Also,
yriy43 , BOXRp. & .IEfERPER
1 A IJARGRaatortmentat- -- • -
J. 1X1C8G14131% CHEAt BoamEtron(L!
_ imrlB-! I .....4loldittMkolesalegerretail at low Florin
r. 3 it,..st .4144 .Ivot' ormimw.ik,
HAB.STOIVN B4I IVB,
WILL BE ISSUED BY THE
SANFORD'S 1111 A 1414.
THIRD STREET, BELOW MARKET,
REAR OF KERR'S HOTEL
S. S. SANFORD....Firvzietor antikaniat
-.x,• 4 1
L ti4 •
Sanford's Opera House.
HONOR AND GLORY 71.
BRAVE PENNSYLVANIA RESERVES.
who have won imperishable laurels in every battle in
which they were engaged, from the sharp action at
DrailiesTilla to the bloody conflict at Mechanicsville .rin
Monday last; when the remnants of this brave organiza
tion so distinguished themselves, that the pages of his•
toil to do them justice, must class every manengaged in
that sanguinary battle a
A BRAVE WARRIOR,
equal to the greatest hero that ever lived in Rome or
Their deeds of valor will be a theme for posterity to OM
elate; and the heroes themselves may say inthe language
of the poet:
"We were not many—,we who stood
Before the iron sleet thattray;
Yet many a gallant spirit would
Have given way nis life if he could
Have been with us in that bloody fray."
Mr. Sanford; in his effort to afford amusement. to his old
friends and patrons of the PENNSYLVANURESERVMS,
will prolong his season a few nights longer for theirspeetat
For specialities of performances see bills of the day.
Orchestra Sesta inur be procured in advance at Bann
vart's Drug Store.
Doors open at 83‘. Commence A( to S.
Police always in attendance to preserve order.
Admittance 25 cents.
Orchestra chairs, 50 cents.
'Private bones. entire, $5 each; single seats, $5 ems ,
CANTERBURY MUSIC WALL.
WALNUT • ST:, BELOW THIRD.
1./ \IJ a
OPEN EVERY EVENING,
With a First-olaas Company of
1 SINGERS, DANCERS, COMEDIANS, am, ans.
Admisaion. - .. . ... .16 cents.
Seats in Boxes. .. . . ...... 25 44
FOR THE BENEFIT or TB&
HOPE FIRE COMPANY, NO. 2,
TO BE HELD AT .
ON THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1864.
R. R. BARR,
D. E. MARTIN,
An adequatepollee force will be on the ground to pre
serve order, and the committee refer to former occasions.
No rioting or disorderly conduct of any kind will be tol
• It Is the intention of the committee to make this 'the
pic-nic of the season. , .
• Cars will leave the foot of Market street at 8 A. le n step
ping at Baily's Crossing. Returning, leave the woods's&
Faro for round tiip 25 cent& Carriages will
also leave the Hose House every hoar daring the day,
D E. Martin,
Win. Carson, -
EL a Frankem,
J. E. laugh;
K B. Barr,
D. C. Kerlin.
JU - NlO 1.439C11:
NOTICE OP LIEN.
XFOTICE is hereby giusin: to th eowners of
.1.1 the following named articles, •
THE HOWARD AND HOPE EXPRESS COMPANIES
claiming tohave a lien thereon for the costa and exposits
of transportation and storage thereof, will procnekto sell
the same to pay said costs and - charges, at eh gp r tration
of this ty days from this date:
.1 pkge, Samuel C. Caliber. Lbox, Andrew Tarll4
1 box, Wm. Case. - 14iot, FaliMadint
1 pkge, Sargt, J. P. Railer. 1 pkge, Henry B Anthony:—
box Mrs. kbagareitt- Coy- 1 pkge, John V Johns On.
shelL 1 pkge,. Geo E Tillotson.
1 box, Joseph Burggs. I.pkge, Genattie Boaheng.
1 box, Henry O. Wolf. 1 pkge, Capt W A Bartion .
1 pkg', D. Deride, agent 1 box, Sargt I IngrahaM.
pkge, C. W. Willis. „ 1 pkge,.S .13,1.aney.
pkge, Peter Gaisty. 1 pkge, Mrs
I bale; Jacob Smith. Carty. .
I box, Dr. Jacob Harlaelier. 1 pkge, W - Weed
-1 box, Capt. .r. Hern. hall.
box, Capt L. M. Burnell. 1 pkge, AdaniHrollintw.
1 box, John W. IrEnab. 1 pkge, Lieet A Stain*.
1 n bag, Win. H. H. Peter. 1 hero, J A Newcomb.
1 pkge, Robert F. Christian. 1 bale, W B Dryden.
1 box, J. C. SPaldwing. . 1 trunk, James Haitibitrer:
1 pkge, Charles 14 Wertz.' 1 bait John 11 - Dehroder.
1 pkge, Gee Rechtle. 1 pkge, Matson 31 - 10xint.' :.
1 pkge, Franklin S Good.. 1 box, Samuel H rita
1 pkge, Aaron H Sailors. 3 boxeg,•Geii Hirdwick
1 pkge, Dr R Laugliwortheyr. 1 box, Henry Murdock., •
1 pkge, William Carlisle. 1 bo; Jacob Reeenkramer. ••••••.;=
1 pkge, Wm J Patterson. .10104 'W; 11 Steward.
1 pkg . ., Wm. March.
pkgoi, David. M'Bonough. . I pkge, w-R Moser.. :ao
pkge, John Gleimer. . 1 pkge, William Dontwerttho.W
1 pkge, Sophia Bexhir. 1 box, Peter J Wails's,. ,
. 1 pkge, Carle Mayer. 1 box, CaptH
1 pkge, Henry F Bernhard, 1 box, William Darker.
1 pkge, Jane Studer. 1 bottle, Charlettßucher.
1 pkge, James Freeborn. 4 tent poles„ (Valor.. ,
1 pkge, W D Itoppenhaffir. 1 pkge, Elbert HcHbon. •
.1 pkge, J M Maims. 1 box, Capt Jos- Hutchinson.
pkge, Thomas Goodell. 1 trunk, R. 0 Bailey.
1 pkge, Dallas Leinbach, 1 bdle, Capt Hunt
I box, Jones House. 1 box, J C Happen.
1 pkge, Henry Sochi. 1 pkge, Dr•J'Forney.
1 pkge, John Disease. le bg, Geo L Erider.
fI pkge, H L Harris. 1 bon, Copt W.Harland.
pkge, Patrick Flanagan. I box, Lame .
pkge, David Pepper. 1 pkge, Russell.
1 box, Wm L Erie. 1 pkge, John•YegeL ,
1 pkge, W Zing. 1 box, R Growl. • „.•., Y
1 pkge, Loint N J Boyer. 1 box, A F Pennypacker.:•ft
.1 pkge, Theodore Upchuroh. 1 pkge, A Stewart
1 pkge, G Brooks. I box, Peter Eten-haw. •
1 pkge, John A Dentrick. 1 pkge, Louis &ban. -
May 28, 18 —,d2taw4t GEO. BERGNER, Agent.
Are not simply flat pieces of paper tut ln the ibitil l ten‘ „
a collar, but are Molded and Shaped ;to fit the.adel4,4oll
a perfect curve free from angles or breaks,
Pained . by our patented process, which abaci secrtraidinitfier
adocastage possessed by no other collar, -viz ,tamefaralte .
Crarid in the Turn-down style, the DIRIDR,A3r yaw l ' ra,
PER.FACTLT broom arm Inns rum PUcl! ,, tW, nuddagtl9l,_
collar, for ease, neatness, end durability nnegindleit
They are made in Torn-dawn style in sizes-from 12 to
17, and in Garrotte from 13 to 17 hiches;ind packed is
neat Use home of 100 each; alaCt, *smaller ones :
each—the latter a very bandy package for travebno r
:army and navy officers. - " " •
JorEVERY COLLAII is siarripid;
. 6 Gray's , Patent-Molded
Sold by all retail dealers in lldet's INnd4 ,lll lOrPL"
!The Trade supplied by,
VAN DEUSEN, BoEB - MIM . & 004
CHFSTNUT . SL , PlailadelphizAVZ
TH2noble property, corner= of Seoomi,l
and: pine streets, boil:4l3l%pm° and alialffeat orteti.:
Ipond,and one hundred and sixty-eight 'feet on Bpi Sans& ,441.
filltnindbick two hundred and ten lipetio
there being apace for four Iblaingdlnglots, anti" aid
simile site for a Goversolirc:M=
F i er 'particulars Meal= of /11141: - 11. - a
cepa 4ring ma. mum*,
- 26 cents