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TIIERSDAI EIENING, JUNE 23, kbi
NOTICE TO AD VERTIS'EItS.—AII Atlvey , .
ntcnts, ices, Marriages,
Deaths, stet insertian in the
TE,1,V.“?.1 AP if, roust in rxtria.b3 y be Return
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AdVcrtisrments orticrkti in the regular
Evening Edit but inserted in the 71t0m..
ing Plait ion wit how; ext ra charge..
Stale of .he Thermometer To-day
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I'o ►Y i 5 AND COUNTRY.
TEE business places of Lebanon will be
closed on the 4th of July.
Cyr. SAMUEL R. AniEssos, recently of the
77th Penn'a regiment, died, in Chambers
burg, a few days ago.
AT HAND.—Hay making is here once more.
Owing to the high price of hay, it w z ill be
gathered very cleanly.
BY reference to the head of our local d
partment it will be observed that this has
been . one of the warmest days of the season.
Local. affairs are extremely dull—nothing
worthy of note is transpiring. The excessive
heat has driven our people into their houses.
WE learn that some of the Sunday schools of
this city will celebrate the 4th of July, by pic
nic-ing. They will doubtless have a pleasant
'PE notice thin some boys make it a practice
to tear down bills posted throughout the town.
There is a pretty heavy fine for doing this,
and boys should '• keep hands off."
Trts Chambersburg Rep-sitory says:
Sanford, with his inimitable Troupe, gave
two concerts in Franklin Hall, on Monday
and Tuesday evenings last, to crowded audi
Tax man who don't take the papers was in
town last week, and said he " larned that Lee
had taken Richmond, and that eleven thou
sand out of one regiment had been blowed
up." He expressed great fears that Grant
would yet capture Washington.
FATAL AMID - IT:ST.—Mr. Michael Null, all
aged citizen of East Hanover, this county,
died last evening, (Wednesday.) from the ef
fects of injuries received by falling from a
load of hay. His sufferings were most in
tense, and he survived but two or three hours
atter the accident•oocurred.
CHEM: AT SIGHT. —On Saturday afternoon a
fellow, in passing three soldiers on the street,
said: "There goes three of Lincoln's hirelings
who work for 1,13 per month." Upon hearing
this, one of the soldiers turned around, and
without saying a word, knocked the copper
head down, and then passed on.
A courrnimax hailing from Williamsport,
Pa., and named Benjamin F. Wheelan, was
arrested on a charge of passing a counterfeit
$5ll treasury note, in Philadelphia, on Tues
day. Wheelau said he olid not know it was a
counterfeit note; he received it from a man in
Williamsport in payment of wheat. The
prisoner was held in 'sl,ooo bail for a further
hearing this afternoon.
Wheelan had a subsequent hearing and was
POLICE AFFAIRS —Before the Alayor. —The
following cases were disposed of this morn
Samuel Jones and John Vanderworker, ar
rested for drunkenness, were sent out of the
city. They had no money with which to pay
their fines. Samuel and John were found in
a car at the railroad, and were beastly intoxi
Augustus Raber and wife were arrested on
a charge of keeping a house of assignation on
East State street They gave bail for their
appearance at court.
Tan Citizen Fire Company had the pie-nic
of the season yesterday. It was largely at
tended, and iS.said to have been the most or
derly and respectable gathering of the kind
held this summer. There was no drunken
ness, no fighting, no rioting. Improper char
acters did not mar the pleasure of respectable
people. The Citizen boys deserve great praise
for their efforts to maintain order, and will
doubtless have no cause to regret the stand
they have taken in regard to the admission of
visitors to the ground.
ANOTHER BRAVE SOLDIER Goxii.—The Hunt
ingdon. Globe says: "On Monday we received
a telegram from the Chaplain of Seminary
Hospital, at Alexandria, Va., that John B.
M'llroy, of Jackson township, member of the
45th Regiment P. V , in General Burnside's
Corps, wounded on the 3dof this month, was
dead, and his body would be embalmed and
sent home. Mr. Milroy was one of the best
citizens of the township, a truly loyal man,
and felt it his duty to volunteer. He leaves a
wife and many relatives and friends to mourn
APOLOGETICAL. --WC are about to make some
changes in the mechanical department of the
Patriot and Union,, which will require a
considerable amount of extra labor. if our
local columns contain- less than the usual
quantity and variety of items for a day or
two, our readers will know why.—Organ of
The Organ appeared this morning, consid
,,:mit ly reduced in size—its columns narrow and
shorter than formerly. Of course "readers
will know why" it contains less reading than
foinrly. We cannot see where the "extra
labor" comes in. We have heard of journals,
where the printing was done upon blotting,
paper, and applebutter was used for ink, but,
think they would appear respectable if com;'
pared with the 0 gan of this morning. One
side cannot be read at all, and the other is w
regular daub. - Like its party, the Orgara
"growing smalle - r by degrees," and as ugly war,
DZATii or PeaincE. CAMPBELL. —We learn
that Patrick Compbell, of Company G, 55th
['Liana. regiment, is dead. Deceased belonged
to this city, and was a brother of Ur. Bar
nard Campbell, chief of police.
Mas. J. Hrsns. No. 8, Market Spare, is
disposing of her stock of Summer Straw and
Millinery goods below cost. The ladies of
Harrisburg would do well to call early to get
ANOTECEP. ACCIDENT.-Mr. Adam Taney, Jr.,
residing in Fairfield, Adams county, met with
a serious accident a few days ago, whilst at
tempting to open a shell, found in one of the
fields. The shell exploded while working
with it, and some of the fragments struck
him in the feet, which may cripple him for
2 P. M
EIGHTY FIRST ANNITERSLKY OF DICKINSON
COLLEGE. —The anniversary exercises of this
honored institution will commence on Sunday
next, (the 26th,) and will no doubt be deeply
interesting. The following is the programme
of this anniversary; •
Baccalaureate address, Sunday, June 26, 12
o'clock, M, President H M Johnson, D. D.
Sermon before the Society of Religious In
quiry, Sunday, June 26, 8 o'clock, P M , Rev
Jesse T Peck, D D. Junior Prize Contest,
Monday, June 27. 8 o'clock, rM. Oration be
fore the B L and II P Societies, Rev J Walker
Jackson. Poem before the B L and II P So
cieties, Albert H Slane, Esq. Tuesday, June
28, 8 o'clock, PM. Alumni Address, Wednes
day, June 29, 8 o'clock, P ht, Rev Wm A
Snively, AM, Class of 1852. Commencement,
Thursday, June 30, 10 o'clock, e. M.
THE citizens of Gettysburg, at a public
meeting held with reference to the celebration
of the 4th of July, adopted the following reso
Resolved, That invitations be extended
through the apers of the country to the char
itable, benevolent and industrial associations,
and. the public generally, to join the - celebra•
tion of the Anniversary of the battle of Get
tysburg, on the Fourth . of July, and that a
special invitation be extended to this Excel
lency, Andrew G. Curtin, Governor of Penn
sylvania, to be present and preside.
The Gettysburg Sentinel says Governor Cur
tin has accepted the invitation, and will be pre
sent at the celebration.
DIE DUTIES Or THE EXTEA POLICE. —We
have been requested to inquire whether the
extra policemen lately ordered by. Council,
and paid for by the people, are to constitute
a body-guard to hover around the doors of
the Mayor's office, squirting tobacco juice
over the side-walk, and indulging in profanity,
or whether it was not clearly understood that
these policemen should remain in the wards
for which they were appointed, and there
earn the money by actual service in assisting
to maintain the public peace and order ? In
some of the upper wards a policeman never
shows his face, except when they go to their
meals or to their lodgings. 'the tax-payers
have a right to the services of all these offi
cers, and oar good-looking and always affable
Mayor needs no such ornaments about his
office. We trust, therefore, that Mayor Boum
fort will insist that each officer remains on
duty in their respective wards, and that
henceforth we will hear of no more rob
"beries, knock-downs, riots and other dis
turbances in the outer ws,rds.of the city.
Ann we governed by the rule of an Austrian,
or the simple ordinances of the city council?
This plain question was asked by a great
many plain people this morning, after they
had read the order of His Worship, the
Mayor. It has been the practice of the
organs of the Democratic party to berate the
national authorities and State Government,
for whatever vigor they displayed to crush
traitors. The war has been denounced as a
bloody crusade on the people of the South,
and the suspension of the writ of habeas cor
pus to prevent traitors from carrying out
their designs on the Government, char
acterized as a despotism un aralleled
in the history of the country. Yet, in the
face of all these facts, the Democratic Mayor
of a Democratic city arrogates to himself a
power which tyrants pause before they as
sume. He has fixed the hour for people to go
to bed, and will doubtless next decide how
often a man shall kiss his wife, or hug his
sweetheart, and fix the mode of spanking re
fractory children and controlling independent
servants. Verily, these Democratic great
men, when in power, are wonderful fellows.
Like the beadles of old, the Mayor of Harris
burg grows in weight and importance with
the increase of his years and the exercise of
GRAND COUNCIL OF ROYAL SUPER-EXCELLENT
tarn SELECT Km:rms.—The eighteenth annual
assembly of this grand body held its session
in Carlisle on the 14th and 15th of June, 1864,
eighteen councils being represented.
The annual election of officers was held,
and resulted in the selection of the following
P Alfred Creigh. G M, of Washington.
111. Comp. C T Knapp, D GM, of Blooms-
" " Isaac Whittle; TI G D.T. of Pitts
" " Win Chatland, .G P C of W, of
" " II Stanley Goodwin, G Trees, of
" " HC I Crecelius, G Rec, of Read
" `° Robert Pitcairn, G Lecturer, of
" Rev H M Johnson, G Prelate, of
" BZ Richards Muckle, GM, of Phi
" " C C Mason, G Sentinel, of Al
Two new %.I.larters were granted—one for a
eouncil at Lancaster city and another at
This grand body also incorporated the
Super Excellent Master as a constitutional
This was one of the most important and in
teresting meeljpgs ever held.
Go TO Henry Gilbert's Hardware store, op.
posits the 'Court House, and see the new Ba
if;theter; they foretell the weather accurately
frPro 12, to adyance. Every per_
son could have one. jel6.2w
Da! GOODS. —I will, this day r.-nunence to
sell off my entire stock of summer
such as lawns, delaincs, challies,
mozambiques, poil de chevre, poplins, and
a large lot of remnants—they will be sold
at and below cost. Call soon.
Corner Second and Market, opposite Jones
Pams BEEF—Mammoth Steer.—That well
known stock-raiser, John Noble, Esq., of Car
lisle, has sold to Mr. John Baulus, of this city,
a mammoth steer, weighing three thousand
pounds, for the handsome sum of three hun
dred and fifty dollars. The animal was fed
three years by Mr. Noble, and is but one of
numerous specimens of cattle fed by that gen
tleman. The thanks of our citizens are due
to Mr. Baulus for his efforts to suply them
with a superior quality of meat, and we have
no doubt that when this . prize beef is dis
played at market there will be a great demand
fort. Mr. Baulus will exhibit the mammoth
steer at his place'of business in this city dur
ing the next ten days or two weeks, and invites
the public to call and see him. At the end of
that period the animal will be slaughtered,
and the beef offered for sale at Mr. Baulus'
stand in market. - jelB-'d4twlt
Go To BOWStAbeS. —The attention of pur
chasers is respectfully invited to C. L. Bow
luau's stock of dry goods, at the corner of
Front and Market-streets.
S ECIAL iN o'l 1 CES.
For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dig
eases, ac., are specially recommended to
ministers, singers and persons whose vocation
calls them to speak in public). Manufactured
only by C. A. Bannvart, & Co. ' Harrisburg,
:Pa-, whom all orders should be addressed.
by druggist every where.
Read the following testimonials from some
Hof our eminent clergymen:
RA pa Anon, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. RhiuiVLllT—Dear Sir: I have used
'Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozengeb
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in comparison with them
all, can cheerfully commend your own as a
most admirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughb
and colds. I have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually.
Yours truly, - T. H. ROBINSON:
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church. ,
I agrr n with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of fts vart's Troches.
W. C. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Church.
Heinussuno, Jan., 1 0 64.
To C. A. Illierveirr--Dear Sir: In th habit
of alpeaking very frequently, and in placer
where the vocal organs are very much taxed,
hav‘e found the need of some gentle expecto
rant, and that want has been supplied in your
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I consider them very far superior to an 3
Lozenges that I have ever used, in removing
speedily that huskiness of the voice arisin g
from its too frequent use, and impairing th
effectiveness of the delivery of public ac.
dresses. Yours, &c.,
JNO. WAT3O9I JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
To C. A. Rtinvvairr---Dear Sir: Raving new_
your Troches am free to say they are
the best ever tried - and take great
pleasure in recommending them to all persons
afflioted with sore throat or huskiness of
voice arising from public,• , •a l , R W or singing.
Au., G. G. R TRANS'', •
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
Disnuar ATTORNEY'S Orman,
frdßvrianao, Feb. 29, 1864. f-
To C. L BarmyAar—Dear Sir : I have.
found your Troches to be invaluable in re•
tiering hoarseness and in strengthening the
muscles of the throat. They impart clearness
to the voice, and are certainly of great bene
fit to all public speakers. A. J. HERR
Brown's Bronchial Troches.
"I have never changed my mind respecting them from
the first, except to think yet better of that which 1 began
thinkick well of" Rev. HBNRY WARD BEECHER.
"The Troches are a staff of Life to me."
Pros. EDWARD NORTH,
Pres. Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y.
"For Throat Troubles they are a eget:ilk."
N. P. WILLIS.
"Too favorably known to need commendation."
Hon. t HAS. A. PHELPS, Pres. Muss. Senate.
"Contain no opi an nor any Wog inJoricris "
Dr. A A. HAYES, Clumist Boston.
;An elegant combination for coughs," .
Dr. G. I°. BIGELOW, Boston.
"I recommend their use to public speakers."
• See. E. H. MAPLE
"Host salutary relief in Bronchitia"
Rev. S. SEIG,RIED Morristown, Ohio.
"Very beneficial when suffering from C01d.."
Rev. S J. P. ANDERSON St.. Louis.
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Rev. A. C. EGI.F.SToN, New York.
"They bare suited my case exactly, ret eying my throat
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LARGE ARRIVAL OF GOODS
NEW YORK AUCTION.
GRE AT BARGAINS IN MUSLINS .
Full yard wide bleached muslin, at 30 cents; worth 40
Bloachrd muslin, 100 pieces.
Bleached muslin, 60 pieces.
20 pieces of all wool flannels cheap.
Black silk, 5 pieces.
Blacm silk, 5 pi ces .
Black silk, 10 pieces.
200 u yards of black rilks from auction.
Beautiful pearl color si k finish alpaca.
Alpacas in leather color, stone onto• s and other colors.
White cambrics, soft finished 5-4 French Cambria.
Jaconetts, briaiante, lath linen,
Splendid ass , wttn nt of calicos.
Cloak , Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks.
stockings, the heat and cheapest.
Pocket handkerchiefs Pm ladies, stall prices.
bttuseilles quilts and crash for t wrla
Shirt br asta, all linen, at 25, 30, 35, 40 and 50 cents.
We have now a very large stock: of gouda, all bought at
reduced priceA, and which we will sell at prices which
cannot fail to give satisfaction
We have also a very argelotof alpacas; cashmere cloth,
boinbaziues. S. LEWY.
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE
Batchelor's Celebrated flair Dye
IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
The orßy Harmless, True and Reliable Dr. Known.
This splendid Hair Dye La perfect—changes Red., Rusty
Or Gray, Hair instantly to a &bag Black or Natural Brow?.
without injuring the Hair or staining the ,kin, Leaving the
Hair soft and beautifid ; imparts fresh vitality, frequently
restoring its pristine odor, and rectifies the ill effects of
bad Dyes. The genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCH
EI.OR. All others are mere imitations, and should bi
avoided. Sold by all Druggists, &0 Factury—Sl BAB
Ll AY SF, N. Y.
RRICILILUR'S saw TOILET MIRY FOR DRIRSING THE FLU'
Pare Vegetable medicine.
ONE of the very best Vegetable Medicines
18 uow offered to the citizens and strangers of this
city. It,Hill pur.fy the blood, and leave the liver and
bowels in :rood healthy coodition. Operates without the
least pain; Old and young, male and female, all can take
of it.: AS to - the truth of this hundreds can testify, as it
.has been well tried for the last tan years. It is prepared
'only and sold -by Mrs. L Ball,' No. 27 6outh Pine street,
Harrisburg, Fa. mY23
air To Clear the House of Plies, use
Butcher's celebrated WALTZ:INC/ FLY-KILLER, a neat
cheap article, easy to use. Every sheet wig lull a quart
NnENCR, Iti.CilAß DS Rs CO., lOth and Market streets
Plalladelphla. Wholesale agents. my24-d&wSw
Military Business Attended To.
Bounty, Pension , Back Pay, Subsistence and Military
and War Claims, generally, made ant and collected. Per
sorts residing at a distance can have their business trans.
acted by mail, by addressing
BUGS SNYDER., Attorney-at-Law
del7-dly Third street, lEfarrisburg,.N.
COLGATE'S RONEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, In such universal de
mand, is made from the choicest materials, is mild
and emollient In its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in Its action upon the skin.
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
AGOOD price will be given to persons wil
ling to go as a substitute. Apply to F. Fox, at
bbick.'B Boardiog House, Second street, near WainuL
WANTED IMILIEDLAT EL T.
FFOURoy five "Shanty-keepers," to whom
&antler, which are ready for use, will be furnished,
for the purpose of acrommodatilig boarders. Also, fr..m
bti to 60 I , borers. Apply to James Martin, on the N. C.
R. R., Mahontongo mountain, 3 miles aoove MiMrshurg.
Two COOPERS WANTED.
THE highest wages will be paid to TWO
COt PERS to work on flour barrels. Apply In Short
street, between Walnut nod South streets to
je2t dlw* SAMUEL KINZER.
AYOUNG GIRL who is accustomed to
nursing children, and can make herself generally
motel, can attain the comforts of a home and good
wages. Apply at No. 5 Locust street, near Front.
WANTED—Two good white girls who tm
de,stand cookery, washing, ironing and general
housoworking, in a small country hotel. Must rule welt
re , outmeaoed. Apply .t this pftice. jel7-dlw
w —Agents ewi w ll a g nted
ive a commie
slopKloll 013 all machi es sold, or employ agents who will work
for the auovo wages and all expenses paid. Address, D.
B. HERRINGION Sr, Cr., Detroit, birch. jell) 2w*
SW TO !PO A DAY.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL THE IM
PROVED LITTLE GIANT SEWING MACHINE.—
Thu best cheap Machine in the United States. We are
giving a Commission by which the scare wages can be
made, or we wilt employ agents at $75 a month and ex
penses paid. For particulars end corms, address, with
T. S. PAGE, Gong Agent,
Jel3-d2w-wlm Toledo 0.
A GENTS wanted to sell the .Standard His.
wry of the War. A rare chance to make, money:
tgronts are clearing from $lOO to $2OO per month. 200,00
volumes already sold. Send for circulars Addrese
JONES BROS. s CO.,
• de 30 Publishers, Baltimore, Md.
WANTED—A good pastry Cook, and a
good moat Cook. Inquire at the
ap:10-dtt BRADY HOUSR.
MRS. M. MAYER, No. 13 Market Street,
BEING desirous of closing her Summer
Stock of Milduery Good; offers for sale at greatly
reduced prices, such as
SILK AND STRAW BONNETS,
HATS AND FLATS, &C.
Constantly on hand, a splendid assortment of
BEL NE TS,
FANCY GOODS, &C.
Dealers will do well to, call, as great bargains can be
had at who.eeale. jel4
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BY
THIRD STRRET,..NEAR WATNIUT, HARRISBURG, PA.
THE folloWing stock of Fireworks is now in
Rumen Candles. Rockets,
Pin Wheels, . Mines of Stars and Serpents.
Water Puts, Flower rots,
Scrod Wheels, Bungoia Lights,
Triangles, Blue Lights, •
Red, White and Blue, Spaugalettes,
Chinese Rockets, . Putting Crackers,
Fire Crackers, Turpedos,
Torpedo Sc. Fliecmcker Gun, New Torpedo Bow,
Jose Stick, or Puna, Flags, sc.
Now is the time to purchase while there is a goo i as
sortment. JOHN WISE,
job-dtf Third street, near Walnut,
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS.
HARBII3I3VRO, ra. , June 9 . , 1864.
THE undersigned respectfully offers himself
to the Republicans of the 14th Congressional Dis
trict of Pennsylvania, composed of toe countiou of Dau
phin, Juniata, Northumberland, Unidn an 4 Snyder, for
nomination by the several county conventioneer the said
District. Ejoindtc,l JOSIAH- F SPY.
S PLRITUALIS DI.
SA'L H. PA.IST, Blind Teat Medium. will
give seances for communion with the Spirit World,
at Exchange ball, Walnut street, until further notice. He
will alto make clairvoyant examination of diseases for
those desiring it. Hours tram 814 A M. to 12 K., and
lye r. at to b at . Terms 50 cents eachsitting.
Every ono applying for a sitting does it on their own
responsibility, as the manifestation of a spirit is not at the
option of the medium. je6-dif
TO LEARN PIANO-FORTE PLAYING
EASILY AND THOROUGHLY, use the
STANDARD INSTRUt,TION BOOM "Richardson's
New Method." An improvement upon all others in pro.
grisaive arrangement, adaptation and simplicity. I acrid
ed upon a new and original plan, and illustrated by
series of platers, shows tao proper position of the handr
The popularity of this book has never been equalled b.l
that of any similar work. on thousand copies are solo
every year. Among teachecs and all wno ha. a examine..
it, it is pronounced suporior in excellence to all other
"Methods," u Systema," and "Setio,ds," exit too b
that every pupil needs for the acquirement of a tborougL
knowledge of Piano-forte playing, It Ls mlapt , d•w al
grades of tuition, from the rudimentt studiee of the
youngest, to the studies and exercise. of advanced pupils.
Two editions are published, one bdopting American, the
other Foreign fingering. When the work is ordered, if no
preference is designated, the edition with American fm
geriug will be sent.
Jay-Be sure that in ordering it you are particular in
specifying the "NEW 116,1110 D." Fries $3 50. Mailed,
postpaid, to any ad .rese. n old by all Music Dealers.
OL-TFKE D 1 eSt& & CU., Publishers, 277 Washington
s , mot, Baton, je7-1.1
THE valuable property, corner of Second
and Pine streets, being fifty-two and a half feet on St.
aind Sod one huudr,d and sixty.elgtit rem on him street
running back two hundred and ten reed to Barbara alley.
there being apace ior tour cull building lota, and a most di
suable sate for a Governor's Manton or public building&
wor particulars enquire of Mrs. MURRAY corner .0 Si-.
eind and Pine meta. marin-If
!Lr]LL H L. IriALL.AY,
TTORNEY-AT-LA.W.—Pcdriot and Union
tiatriqburg. Strict attention paid to sV
legal bu,inees. Military claims collected.
TIMED FRUIT of all kinds ac
I my4l BOYWR & HOERPER.
DO YOU wish a good Gold Pen? If so.
0111 at Sag&Flllin Beoblare, ilarrisburg. [wall
FOE THE BLICE7IT OF THE
ST. PETER'S VEREIN 7
WILL BE GIVEN AT
ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1864.
Tickets 25 cents.
OM.NLBUSES will run during the day from
the Second Ward House, corner of Chestnut and
Second streets. Jc3l•tu-thasat&tu
N Env ADVERTISEMENTS.
ORIENTAL HYGRO BAROMETER,
Natural Weather Indicator,
WITH A BEAUTIFUL THERBOMETER ATTACHED.
THIS simple and useful instrument is now
offered for sale for the first time in the State of Pa.,
the undersigned having secured the right of sale in and
for the following counties: Dauphin, Cumberland, Adame,
Franklin, York and Perry, of Frisber, Cook & Co., agents
for the State, and are now prepared to sell the instrument
at wholesale and retaiL The 'estrum, nt will tell with un
failing accuracy the bygrometical condition of tho atmos
phere, thus foretelling the changes of the weather from
12 to 48 tours in advance. The acting moving principle
is the pistulehf a flower, found in t‘yria, near Damascus,
and is so highly sensitive that it is acted upon by the least
change of the atmosphere. Persons laminar with natural
science know that it cannot rain until the air is tilled with
aqueous vapor, whim must condense to cause rain to fall;
this moisture must xist in the atmosphere several hours
in advance of the coming storm. No other Barometer
manufactured will foretell with accuracy the approach of
am. But this NATURAL HOROSCOPE, the work of NA
TURE'S OWN HAND, fills up the void which man could
not ac-omplish, endpoints its unerring Linger to all changes
of the we Aber, and nas never been kno An to fail.
It is valuablO to the Fa mer, the Physician, the Clergy
man, the Navigator, the Traveler, the Merchant, and
It is very simple to understand, and never requir , 'S any
rep Bring. Tiler are cheap, dttrdole and reliable.
For sale only by agents, min at Knoche's Music Store,
No. 93 Market 'meet. Price $3 75.
One of the instruments will be sent by express, on re
ceipt of $a
4g..ata wanted in every town in the above named
counties Apply as above, to
fin.4-dlw&w2t. F ,NNO & MAXWELL, Agents.
T HE proprietor gf this cool and delightful
Summer Rorert *Oulu most respectfully announce
to the citizens of Harrisburg that the Island is now open
for visitors. Accommodations will bo furia s be to parties
and pic-nics on reasonable torsos, a dancing platform
having, b en erected I:a-their special use. reason tickets
tor families, good for ono year, $1 50.
No improper characters admitttid, and uo intoxicated
persons will be permitted to visit the listaud.
Jay-No intoxicating liquor:- sod on Sanday.
A Wiro Pei ry, a good boat plying cZnstautly be
meet" the Island and foot of Bros Broai street, Weet
burg. KENnT BECKER
ANOTHER LARGE ASSORTMENT
BOUND in BUTE MOROCCO—panelled,
gdy,and mounted with two heavy gilt elaspa
00 Pictures for • $3 00
30 it u 400
together with orrious other styles of binding, sizes and
prices which will be sold cheap.
Soldier,s you cannot buy a prettier, more durable and
cheaper album anywhere.
Call and see at SCREFFEBra Bookstore,
marl2•dtf Barrieburg, Pa.
SSTUMBLING BLOM 'S, by Gail Ham-
Mon. Price $1 50
HAIroTTED HEARTS, by the author of the Lamp-
Ighter. $2 00
DARKNESS AND DAYLWIECT, by Mrs. Rol MO3. $1 50
BARBARA'S HISTORY, a nocel, by Amelia Edwards.
THE SMALL HOUSE OF 4,LINGTON; by Trol/ore.
SEVEN STORIES, by Ik Marvel, author of "Reveries
of a Bachelor." $1 50
SPEKE'S JOURNAL of the Discovery of the sources of
the Nile. $3 50
THE WOMAN IN BLACH, by author of "Man in
Gray." $1 50
Nuns OF HOSPITAL LIFE, Nev. 'Ol to Aug.'63. $1 00
STORIES OF THE SEA, for boys; from Cooper's
writings. $1 00
FIREWORKS I I
STORIES OF THE WOOD,
.for boys: from Cooper's
OUR DAILY FARE, a daily journal or the Great Sunt
ory Fair at Philadelphia; Liastrat.d; subscriptions re
ceived at $1 00
Ail nevr books received as soon as published itt
BERGNER'S BOOK STORE,
51 Market street.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
WELIL be sold at public sale at Brant's
City Hotel, on Tuesday, Juno - 28, 1864, at 7%
o'clock, P. K. the folio ing described valuable lots of
ground aituated in the city of Harr.sburg:
No. 1 lot fronting on Caestnut itrect twenty-one feet,
and extending back, along property of Captain Eby Byers,
one huudr- d feet to a ten fort wide alley.
No. 2, lot fronting on Chestnut street twenty-one feet,
adjoining No.l, and extending back one honored feet, to
a ten f- et wid - alley.
On lots No. 1 and No. 2 the United States Govern.
meat baXery is erected.
No. 3, lot on Meadow Lane, opposite pas=enger depot of
Pennsylvania Central railroad. adjoining property of Henry
Thomas, Esq., fronting on said steaaow Lane twenty-oue
aset,and extending back,aloog line of Mr. Thomas' property,
o e hundred and fin tyix reel ten inches to a twon;y feet
wide alley; thence alone said alt y twenty-four feet four
and a half inches, to lot No. 4, of this schedule; thence
along line of lot No. 4 one hundred and sixty tour feet
to Meadow Lane.
No 4, lot adjoining No. 3, fronting on Meadow Lane
thirty-one ieet seven inches, extending back, along lot
No. 3 ow , hundred and sixty-tour feet three inches to
a twenty feet wine alley, thence along said alleftwenty
lour feet four and a half inches to property of Presbyterian
church; thence along said church property one hundred
and e ghty-two feet ten Inches . , to Meadow Lane.
a - On lots No. 3 and No. 4 the United States Commis
iary buildings are erected.
/fir All these lots will be sold subject to their occu
pancy by the United States, but it is understood that ad
ground rents recoverable for their past occupancy . (ilzfr
which no settlement has yet be n made) will enure to the
benefit of the respect.ve purchasers of the same.
Tigre indisputable,. Plan of the lots may be seen at the
law Milne of Joshua IC Wiestling, in Walnut, near Third
street, and at the sale.
Timms: Cub, or if srwre acceptable to the purchaser,
ne hair cash on the delivery of the deed, and the re
inamid..r in two equal ann. at instalments, payable with
int.rest, and ...enured on the property by bond and mort
gage. HENRY A. KRUIER,
iJuSHUA M Wit-STUNG.
Trustees of German Reformed Salem Church of Harris.
ANow Two Story FRAME HOUSE, with a
first rate Store BOOM in it, on the corner of Filth
-met and Strawberry alley. Also, the Frame House ad
joining. For further particulars enquire at Leedy's Shoe
store, Market street, or on the premises.
my 23. tf DANIEL LEEDY.
SAP SAGO, English Dairy, Pine Apple, Nut.
meg and New York State Cheese, just received at
SHISLEK a FRAZER,
mys successors to W. Dock. Jr., & Co.
SUGARS, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE, of
eh grades and prices, at
FHISGER & FRAZER,
Successont to W. Doel:, Jr.. & Co.
jell Dealers In Fine landly,Grocerieg.
CtLEE,E—Choice new crop Cheese, jut
received at SHiSi.. R k FRAZE 4,
~el 7 Successors to W. Lock, Jr, & Ock.
VE W B 0 0 K B.—THE SHOULDER
DAYS OF SHODDY
Surd ~Aviv" At• -rdelSl SCHRFFER'S ROORMRE.
kJ CASES FM IMERRI AT, FRENCH
MUSTARD, for sale by
my 6 13 uccessors to W. Dort, Jr., & Co.
1.1% D.k.; RUN DE NGE ISLAND
WIRE /VEIL WV.
THE NEW BOOKS.
Valuable Property for Sale.
Harrisburg, Tuesday,Juue 28.
POSITIVELY ONE DAY OIVLZ
AT 2 AST 7 .r. M
DAN RICE'S GREAT SHOW.
A TRIPLE COAII3MATION.
Ist—Dan Rico's Great Show.
2d—Henry Cook's wonderful
Troupe of Acting Dogs and Monkeys.
Buffaloes and Comanche Ponies.
MRS. DAN RICE
Will make her first appearance here in her
beautiful menage scenes, hitroducnig the
highly trained War Charger
9E , co IR, "N A_ 1:10
MRS. i.MMA. STOKE,
And her Troupe of Perfono.2og Horses.
THE GREAT BLIND HORSE EXCELSIOR,
All under the personal direction of the
Admission—Box 25 ; Reserved Seats 50.
Location on Second street, near Factory.
CANTERBURY MUSIC HALL.
WALNUT ST., BELOW TRIED.
J. EL DOZTNELL
OPEN EVERY EVENING,
With a First-elaoss Company of
HINGE:RS, DANCERS, Comilams, &0., am
Admission. ........ .................... ....... censa
'teats in Boxes ...... 2S "
THE Undersigned 'Commissioners, named
in an Act of the Legislature, approved the 4th day
of Hay,11664, entitled an act to incorporate the lifilera
bu,g and Rauch Nap Railroad Company, herebY give
public notice that boArs will be opened for remising anti
scriptions to the Capital Stock of said Comp prat the
following named times and places in the county of Dau
phin, to wit : At the house of Jacob Lenker, in Grate
town, on THURSDAY, the 23d day of June, inst. AS the
house of Benjamin Bordner, in Berrysburg, on MONDAY,
the Mb day of June inst. At the house ofJ. G. Yeager.
in Sfilleraburg, ou THURSDAY, the 811th day of June,
inst. At the JONES HOUSE, in the City of Harrisburg,
on TUESDAY, the belt day of July next; and that at said
times and places some two or more of theCommisskiners
wdt at'end, and that the Books will be kept °paint ham
six hours, commenting at 9 o'clock In the fords: KM oat
every day, for the term of three judicial days, or until
the number of sharesauthorized by , the law shall have
been subseribed. 'DAVID R. .PORTER„
VI EW ax
HARRISBURG, Ist June, 1864,
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BUILDING,
New Philadelphia Cloak Store. Have now a splendid
SPRING & SUMMER MANTELS,
FRENCH CLOTH CIRCULARS,
NEW FRENCH SACHS, AND
NEW FRENCH LOOSE BASKS.
The above beautiful samples, in every color and hand
somely trimmed, from $7 50 to $ll.
1000 SILK MANTELS,
CIRCULARS, SACKS AND BASKS,
Handsomely and rig hly trimmed, from $lO upward.
CHILDREN'S MANTELS IN LARGE VARIETY.
MRS. J. HIBBS,
NO. IS MARKET SQ,VARE,
(Next door to Felix's Confectionery,)
NIVIIRMF SEE IS PREPARED to sell to
the ladies or Harrisburg and vicinity the
Latest Styles of Millinery and Fancy Goods,
At cheaper pnces than any house in the city. 'Sheep&My
of her goods cannot be surpassed.
DEESE MAKING- IN THE LATEST STYLE
Will be neatly executed.
Ladies call and examine for yourseivm
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BLOCK,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS,
FINE SPRING BRAWLS.
Will open on the Ist of April. froar2l-dly
LIQUID RENNET yields with milk the
most luscious Mall deserts for the tabb.; the light
est and most grateful diet. for invalids and children.
It lit cintams every element of the bodily constitution;
when coacuiatect with rennet it always tight and easy of
digestion, and supports the system wan the least posedde
excitement. Wb.nstill greater nutritive power is desired,
cream all¢ kuaar may no added. l. teaspoonful converts
quart et' milk into a firm curd. Prepared and Sold,
wholesale and retail by S. A- KUINTSAL,
jels-cr 118 Market. street.
PRovtvr MARanAt's Ovficz, 14TR DISTRICT,
HAKRISISISRG, Pa., June 6,1864.
MO DRAFTED MEN.—I am directed lst liir
I . Lieut. Cot. J. V. Bomford, A. A. Provost
General, by his ci•cular, No. 59, of June 4, 1864, to pub-.
lish “Twat drafted men are not allowed to , enlist as Testa
teem after being drafted; and that the creoha for drafted
men will remain for the sub-districts from which they
were drafted, no matter Whether local bounty ban or hail
not been paid to such men, upon "ill-gal enlistment"
JNO. KAY GLESIENT t
Captain and Provost Marshal, 14th Dist, Pa.
Ylent RS I PICKLES I!
By the barrel, halt barrel, Jar or dozen+ at
nne.fil Wri - ER & KOERPER.
Alt ttlVri)!—A line lot of CANNER
• PEACHES and ToidATORE. Also, SUPERIOR
tVIE APPLES, FR. SR PGA . ltd,-,inda received by
my.1.4-dir JOHN WII4E, Rd greet, near Wahine.
5/Th DOZEN JAILS ENGLISH PIOBLES
Ur comprising Mushily, Chow Chow. Cauliflower.
iliNeu Pickles, Gerkins, Walnuts and Onions. For oda
wholesale and retail by SHlN. 4 .mas.
mys mecums to W. liock, Jr
ME SS BEEF and MESS POBX,—A, owe:
articlit of Mess Beef Rad PoArxat • CF,
gamma & co.)
ap9 (successes to WatDorit, Ir.. t 4:14