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EVENiNG, JUNE 25,
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,►'tame of the Thera:rimeler Ta-day
11 A.. M
Go TO Henry Gilbert's Hardware store, op
posite the -Court House, and see the new Ba
rometer; they foretell the weather accurately
from 12 to 48 hours in advance. Every per-
Ron should have one. jel6-2w
REV. P. B. 111.4.115, of Lewisburg, will preach
in the Old School Presbyterian Church, to
morrow morning and evening.
THE Colored Free Will Baptist Church, in
West Harrisburg, will be dedicated to-morrow.
Rev. James Phillips, of New York, will °fa-
REV. SAMUEL PIILLLIPS, 01 Carlisle, will
reach in the German Reformed Church,
Chestnut street, to-morrow morning and (wan
ing, at the usual hours.
Tat election by the stockholders of the
gorthuraberland Bank, Thursday last, (whe
ther the bank should be removed to Sunbury,)
remitted in favor of its removal.
A NEW BELL.--A large flue-toned bell has
been placed in the cupola of the Free Baptist
Church, corner of State and Fourth streets.
The bell weighs over a thousand pounds, and
can be heard at a great distance.
-A. boy about 18 years of ago to
:w; ia the capacity of a clerk.
Also, agents wanted to sell a new and me
tal article of recent invention, by which from
$7, to $2O per day canoe made. Apply at No.
f':3 Market street. j25-d4t
SA 1. s. TLll—
Mss SusAN HorAincic, the third of the
young women injured going home from a
circus in Sunbury, has died of her wounds.
Sod thought—from a vain, filthy, demoraliz
ing, God-defying amusement, to the silent
grave and the eternity beyoinl!
To-nAY.the heat is as great as on yesterday,
as will be seen by the table at the head of this
department. This morning we temporarily
placed the thermometer where the sun could
shine upon it, and at nine o'clock the mercury
had reached thd height of 115 degrees.
REV. E. STAISTIL3C Er, of Liverpool, York
county, Pa., will preach in the Salem Church
..)f the Evangelical Association on North
street, in Harrisburg, to-morrow morning, at
10 o'clock, and at 8 in the evening, in the
German language. The public are invited to
TEE grain-fields bear unmistakable evidence
that harvest is near at hand. The beautiful
green which recently adorned the fields has
given way to the golden tint that accompa
nies the ripening of ,he grain,and era long the
tall, waving wheat and rye, will be cut down.
threshed, and converted into greenbacks.
TUE UNION CADETS.—Capt. Sayford's com
pany of Union Cadets, have a parade every
evening. The company is composed of over
fifty young men, from fourteen to twenty
years of age. They make a creditable ap
pearance, and when uniformed will make one
of the chief attractions in the city.
OUR readers should not forget that on Tues
day next, Dau Rice will be here, with his
great High School, to amuse those who may
attend the entertainment. This is not a cir
cus, but a, school where the pupils are trained
animals. Do not fail to attend the great
Caarm, DEDICATIox.---The Free Baptist
Mission Chapel, for the use of colored per
sons, lately erected in West Harrisburg, will
be dedicated to-morrow. Three services will
be held, viz : at 10 A. an, 3 P. 14. and 8 P. M.
The dedicatiOn sermon will be delivered at 3
P. m., by Dr. Phillips, Missionary to India.
Bitrusr CHPRCEL—There will be service in
the Baptist Church, corner of Pine and Sec
ond streets, on to-morrow morning, at 10
o'clock Ind in the evening at 74 o'clock. The
pulpit wil be occupied by Rev Mr. T. E.
Clapp, of . Epwisburg. The public are invited
WE are informed that several sportsmen
from Philadelphia, have been in this neigh
borhood, and bagged a large number of wood
cock, which were taken east. This is a direct
violation of law, which prohibits the killing
of woodcock before the 'lth of July. The
o wi i, ers li land should not permit these east
ern gunnera to violate the laws upon their
INTERESTING SERVICES. —Rev. James L. Phil
lip% M. , • "Mission to India. will hold a
farewell meeting with the First Free Baptist
Church, corner of State and Fourth street, to
morrow at 10 o'clock. Dr. Phillips
is a superior speaker; and his narration of
his experience during his former residence in
India caauot fail to profit all who may hear
Swrsmrso IN Maimsr.-IVe have been re
quested to call attention to the fact that a
number of countrymen who sell . produce in
market use liquid measure when disposing of
cherries, berries, &c., by which the purclae.sei
is swindled to a considerable extent. The
marketma,ster should give measures, as well as
weights, his attention, when taking his usual
-round tfirough market.
AVA.srzn.—A second-hand counter show
case, about two feet by four or five feet. Ap
ply at Parson's Agricultural Store.
CANARY 13111.1) LO T.—Escaped from his cag,c
a yellow canary bird. A suitable reward. will
be paid by leaving it with Mrs. Hickok, Chest
nut street. jv2s-2t*
REV. J. WALESA je.cssozz• will preach in the
Locust-street AL E Church to-morrow even
*, on the sixth commandment. The public
are invited to attend.
A STATED Z,SEETINi7r of the Friendship Fire
Canpany will be held in their hall on Monday
evening at eight o'clock. Punctual attend
ance is requested, as business of importance
Will be transacted.
3 r. m .
THE WoopeocsAson---A Market for
Them.—On the 4th of July the season for
shooting woodcock will commence. We are
requested to state that hunters and others
can dispose of any quantity of these birds to
Mr. George Dress, on Third street. Mr. D.
will pay the highest price for them if left at
his place of business, or sent to him by ex
PRESERVING Fat/Ir.—Everybody is fond of
preserved fruit in winter time, and now is the
time to prepare them. Cherries are abundant
at preserft, and from appearances we shall also
have an abundance of peaches. We have ex
amined a large lot of fruit cans expressly pre
pared for this purpose, at the tinware manu
factory of Geo. L. Black, in Third street, next
to the corner of Walnut, and believe them to
be well suited for that purpose. They.are so
cheap and durable that every housekeeper can
purchase them; and as they are self-sealers,
the trouble and cost of an annual soldering is
Tan Tory Organ, with its usual mendacity,
this :norning, asserts that the writing editor
of the TELEGRAM ran away during the panic of
threatened invasion, last summer. It is well
known that the individual alluded to, Mr.
Forney, the State Librarian, was necessarily
compelled to absent himself while in charge
of the books and papers of the State Library:
These facts are, of course, unimportant to the
public at large, but their knowledge is made
necessary to fasten the falsehood on the tip
pling vilifier. •
TILE SECOLID PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. —The
religious services are held every Sabbath. in
the Masonic Hall, in Tanner's alley, at the
usual hours. Preaching morning and even
The Rev. Samuet B. Williams, of Canada,
minister of the A. M. E. Church, will preach
The Sabbath School is held regularly, com
mencing at 1r o'clock - in the afternoon. In
struction is given to adults as well as children,
and colored persons lately coming here are
especially invited to attend.
CHANGE OF PROPRIETORS OF TER TORY ORGAN:
—lt has not been correctly known who were
really the proprietors of the Tory o:gan, and
it has been inferred from the unwillingness
of the owners of that sheet to print their
names at the head of its columns, that they
were ashamed of its course, and unwilling to
share its disgraces. Be, this as it may, we un
der Stand negotiations have been going on by
parties from Johnstown, for the purchase of
that establishment. It is understood on the
street, that J. F. Campbell, H. J. and T. K.
Hyatt, are the parties seeking to risk their
personal reputations and squander their
money in an effort to raise the Tory awn,
from its dark depth of treasonable infamy and
moral degradation to that of respotable,
truthful and patriotic journalism. To do this
it will require a (lunging out of the entire es
tablishment, and the application of burnt
sugar, to remove the odor of its political
stench and personal obloquy of those hereto.
fore and now connected with that concern.
For further information on this subject, the
public must wait patiently for developments
to be made in the columns of the Tory Organ.
STATE TEACHERS' Assocunos.—The Penn
sylvania State Teachers' Association will ineet
at Altoona, on Tuesday, August 2d, at 10 o'-
clock, A. as., and continue in session three
Tuesday Morning.-Organization. Address of
welcome. Response on behalf of the Asso
ciation. Report of Illustrated Science in our
Schools, by J. F. McKee, Westmoreland
county. Miscellaneous business.
Afternoon.—Discussion of J. F. McKee's
Report. Address by the President, S. D. In
gram, Dauphin county. Report on Element
ary Composition, by J. A. M. Passmore, Potts
ville. Discussion of Report.
Evening.—Address by Dr. E. V. Gerhart,
President of Franklin and Marshall College,
—subject: The Education of the Moral Na
ture. Report on Some peculiarities of the
-English Language, by Prof. F. Crosby, Mans
Wednesday ilforniny.—Report on the Natu
ral Order 01 Development, by Rev. J: S. Er
mentrout, Supt. of Berks county. Discussion
of Report. Discussion—subject: The num
ber of Simultaneous Studies.
.elfteraoon.,--Report on Object Teaching, by
E. C. McClintock, Edinboro, Pa. Discussion
of Report. Address by -Prof. S. P. Bates.
Harrisburg--subject: Liberal Education.
Evening.--Address by Dr. Thomas Hill,
President of Harvard College—subject: The
necessity of a true Order ieStudies. Essay
by Miss K. M. V. Smith, Mauch Chunk, Pa.
Thursday Morning.—Report on the means
that may be properly used to induce people to
aim at a high standard of Intellectual Culture.
Geo. F. McFarland, McAllisterville, Discus
sion of Report. Discussion—subject: Linear
drawing as an element of Practical education.
Afternoon.—Reports of Committees. Elec
tion of officers. Discussion—subject: The
gelf-reporting System in SchooL Essay by
Miss Fanny M. Haley, Lancaster, Pa.
• Evening.--Address by Dr. Tho. H. Burrowes,
subject: The true Practical in Education.
Address to Teachers by Ron C. R. Coburn.
Reports are not to exceed twenty minutes
It is expected that the usual reduction of
fares on the several railroads will be made, of
which dtphlktice will be given.
The . friena of education throughout the
State'are requested to call attention to this
meeting, through tlk*: local papers and edn•
national orgaruzatvalm. S. S. JACK,
Ch. of Ex. Com.
OLDER OF EIMRCISE.S
Smarr:Taint. —Mrs. M.
lecture in Exchange Hall on Sund..: .
2(3, at 10i A. u. and 7i p.
Coming—Harvest, and the 4th of July.
Plenty—Marriagable young ladies.
For. SALE—The benches, platform and one
panel door—all in good order—now used in
Exchange Hall. Persons desiring to pur
chase will call on Lt. Geety, at his office on
Front street, tiro doors below Market street.
REV. H. SCHROP, of the United Brethren in
Christ, will preach in the German language,
to-morrow at 10 0 7 C1OCk, A. M., and i h P. 'l.,
in the Orphans' Court room in the Court
House, and after this every Sunday at the same
INTRIVATENTS FROM WASHINGTON HOSPITALS
OF PENNSYLVANIA SOLDIERS. —The following
Interments have been made from the Wash
Philip Snyder, E, 16th Pennsylvania; Wash : .
ington May, D, 2d Pennsylvania Cavalry;
Frank D Howard, H, 00th Pennsylvania; Dan
iel Claussen, F, 55th Pennsylvania; James
M'Crumby. C, 188th Pennsylvania; First
Lieut D D Ware, F, 118th Pennsylvania;
Jonas Piggott, B, 118th Pennsylvania; M
Evans, E, 48th Pennsylvania, Peter Walker,
K, 4th Pennsylvania Cavalry; Levi S Gerhart,
K, 93d Pennsylvania; Francis Carroll, K, 45th
Pennsylvania; John Thompson, A, 21st,Penn
sylvania Cavalry; Frederic Waltman, K, 62d
Pennsylvania; James Boner, I 58th .
PRIZE BEEF—Mammoth Steer.—That well
known stock-raiser, John Noble, Esq., of Car
lisle, has sold to Mr. John Banlus, 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. Baulns 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
for it. 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. Banks'
stand in market. jelB-d4twlt
FROM Tan ARMY.—The following letter,
written by a young man, formerly of this city')
has been handed us for publication:
CAMP NEAR BERMUDA Hurroann,
Jane 18th, 1864.
Dzika PATriEa : We arrived here on the night
of the 14th inst., and marched for Petersburg,
where we arrived next morning. We attacked
the enemy's works, and captured four sorts,
thirteen guns and about one thousand prison
ers. The works we captured were over three
miles in length and completely commanded
the town of Petersburg. which is twenty-three
miles from Richmond. Baldy Smith, who
commanded our corps, did all this before the
Army of the Potomac arrived. It is here now,
holding the works we captured. We were
fighting for three days, 15th, 16th and 17th.
We are now in the rear and across the Appo
mato.; for what purpose we can't tell, but I
think before twenty.iour hours the 18th corps
will be heard from again.
This letter is written on rebel paper which
I got from one of the prisoners. I. was within
three-fourths of a mile o , Petersburg. We
are } kept moving continually. Our officers
have not changed clothing for three weeks?
Our regiment is expecting to g., home shortly -
58th P. V., 3d brig., Ist div., 18th corps.
Go To Bownkles.—The attention of pur
chasers is respectfully invited to C. L. Bow
man's stock of dry goals, at the corner of
Front and Market streets.
SPECIA L N °TICE'S.
Bannvart 9 s Troches.
For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, &c., are specially recommended to
ministers, singers and persons whose vocation
calls them to speak in public. Manufactured
only by C. A.. Bannyart & C 0.,. Harrisburg,
Pa-, t.-3 whom all orders should be addressed.
-old by druggist every where.
Read the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen:
Hemussuno, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. Ron - war—Dear Sir: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in ccsmparison with them
all, can cheerfull,y commend your own as a
most admirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually.
Yours truly, T. H. ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
"011-1 . agree with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Bannvart's Troches.
W. 0. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Church.
FlABrosstrao, Jan., 1 b 64.
To O. A. BezcavAsT---Dear Sire th habit
of Speaking very frequently, and in places
where the vocal organs are very much taxed,
I have found the need of some gentle expecto
rant, and that want has been supplied in your
I consider them very far superior to any
Lozenge*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 public ae.•
dresses. Yours, Ake.
JNO. VALK= JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Pilethodist,Churelf
To O. A. Rtmrvanr—Dear Sir: Having user
your Troches, I am free to say they are
the best I have ever tried and take great
pleasure in recommending thentto all persona
afaicted with sore throat or huskiness al
voice arising from public speaking or singing.
Yours, &c., G. G. RAKESTRAW,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
DreTracrr krroexay's OFFICE, t
ELLBRIEBITAG, Feb. 29, 1864.
To C. A. IlissvAirr--Dear Sir : I have
found your Troohes to be invaluable in , re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthertio 'the
muscles of the throat. They impart Clearnesh
w the voice, and are certainly of great belie
tit to all public speakers. A. 1. 11E.11.14
HAM DYE 2 HAIR DYE 2.1
Batchelor's Celebrated - Bair Dye
18 THE BEST IN THE IVOELE.
The only Marnikss, True and Reliable Dye Known.
This splendid Hair Dye as perfect—changes bed, Gusty
Sit Gray Hair instantly to a Oats" Black vr Natural &ow?•
without iniuring the Hair or staining the skin, leaving the
Hair soft and beautiftil ; imparts fresh vitality frequently
restoring Its pristine color, and rectifies the ill effects of
bad Dyes The genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCH.
MOB. 'AH others are mere, imitationS, and should be
avoided. Sold by all Druggists, &c Facto q-131 BAR
CI AY ST, 1.1. Y.
OATIMILOWB Mr TOIL= CRUM 1ME121210 rax HA*
ger To Clear th -House- of Rios, nee
i , ntcher's celebrated LItafFNING FLY-KILLER, a neat
eueap article, easy to use. Every sheet will kill a quart
1442.15iC1i, RICHARDS & CO., 10th and lfarket streets,
Philadelphia, wholesale agenta my24-41.tw8w-
Military Business Attended To
Bounty; Pension, Back Pay, SUbsimence and Military
and War Taints, generally, made out anti collected. Per
suns residing at a distance can hake their husinem trans
acted by mall, by addressing
EUGENE Sri'DER, Attorney.at-Law
dert-dly Third Street, Harrisburg,. Pa.
LARGE ARRIVAL OF GOODS
W YORK AUCTION
GRE AT BARGAINS IN MUSLIN'S
Pull yard w:d r bleachel muslin, at 30 cent's; worth 40
Bleached muslin, 100 pieces.
Bleached Muslin, 60 pieces.
20 pieces 6f all wool flannels cheap.
Black silk, 5 pi 5055,
Mack silk, 5 pikes.
Biack silk. lip pieces. •
2000 yards of black silks From auction.
Beautiful pearl color si.k finish alpaca.
Alpacas in leather color, stone colors and othar calms.
White cambrics, soft, finished 5.4 French Cambric.
Jaconetta, brilliants, Irish linen.
Splendid &martin, tit of Cathe.oB.
Cloak, Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks.
Stockings, the best and cheapest.
Pocket handkerchiefs for ladies. at all prices.
Marseilles quilts and crash fo - t e.cla
Shirt br sets, all linen, at 23, 30, 35, 40 and 50 cents.
We have now a very large stock of goods, all bought at
reduced prices, and whien we wilt sell at prices which
cannot fail to give satisfaction
We have also a very argelotof alpacas, cashmere cloth,
bombazines. S. LEWY.
COLOA'EE'S HONE 1( SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, In mien universal de
mand, is made (tom the choicest materials. is mild
and emull•ent in its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin.
For sale by ali Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
XXTANTED lALMEDIATELY—An experi-
V Y enced salesman.
CATHCART At BROTHET,
jit24-3t Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
WANTED IMMEMAT CL Y.
FOUR or five "Shanty-keepers;' to whom
Snanties, which are ready for UBt., wib be furnished,
for the purpose of accommodating boarders. Also, fr , m
50 to 60 I.borers. Apply to James liartin, on the N. C.
R. N., Mahontungo mountain, 3 miles auove Mill• rsuurg.
TWO COOPERS WANTED.
THE highest wages will be paid to TWO
co..PEKS to work on flour barrels. Apply in Short
street, between Walnut and South streets to
.ie2 L dlw* • SAlllin KINZER. .
$lO TO $2O A DAY.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TEIE IM
PROVED LIME GIANT SEWING MACHINE.—
Tun beet cheap Nlachino in the United States. We are
giving a Commission by which the ammo wars can be
made, or we wiii employ arms at $73 a month and ex
penses paid. For particulars nod terms, ad iress, witti
altho, T. S. ?AGE, Gen'l Agent,
jel3-d2w—wltn Tided° 0.
AGENTS wanted to sell the Standard
wry of the War. A rare chance to make moue).
Agents are clearing from $lOO to $2OO per month. 200,000
volumes already sold. Send for circulars. Address
JONES BROS. & CO.,
de 90 Publishers, Baitgpore, Md.
WANTED—A good pastry Cook, and a
good meat Cool:. Inquire at the
ap3o-dif BRADY ROI:TSB.
MRS. M. MAYER, No. 13 Market Street,
PAIN° desirous of closing her Summer
Suck of ItibiueryGoods, offers for sale at greatly
reduced priceS, such as • • -
SILK AND STRAW BONNETS, •
HATS AND FLATS, &C.
Constantly on hand, a splendid assortment of
LACES, • •
FANCY GOODS , &C.
Dealers will do well to call, as groat'..baroains can ho
had at whousale.
WHOratiiiALE ANIi•BETAIL BY
t JOHN WISE,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WATNUT, HARRISBURG, PA.
AE following stook of Fireworks is now, in
Rumen Candles, Rockets,
Pin' Wheels, Mines nr Stars and Serpents.
Serpents, . Grasshoppers,
Water Pots, Flower rots,
Scroll Whets, -Rollout Lights,
Triangles, Blue Lights,
Red,Whitc and Blue, Spangalettes,
Chinese Rockets, Palm% Crackers,
Fire Crackers, Torpedos,
Torpedo & Pal ecracker Gun, New Torpedo Bow,
Joss Stick, or Punk,
Now is the time to purchase while there is a goo as
aortment. JOHN WiSie,
jee.dtr Third street, near Walnut,
CANDIDATE FOlt COI dtESS.
HARBIBBURO, PA., June 9,1864.
THE under igni3d.respectfully offershimeall,
to the Republicans of the . 14th Congressional Dis
trict of Penns} lvauia, composed of Le coontie of Dau
phin, Northumberland, Union an.! Snyder, for
nomination by the several county conventions of the said
Distrirt. lie9tdtel • JOSIAH. ESPY.
TO LEARN PIANOFORTE PLAYINU
- PASILY AND ' tHOROUGHLY, rise the
.12,g Sr.aNDARA INSTItUtrTION BOWL "Ricimrdson's
Aew Method." An improvement, upon all othors in pro
gressive arrangement, adaptation and simplicity. lobud
ad upon a new and original plan, and illustrated by a
series of plat.; showing Use proper position of the hands
and fingers "..
The popularity of this book has never been equalled by
that of any similar work. ten thousand copies aro sold
every year. Among teachers and.ail who ha. o examined
it, it is pronounced superior in excellence to all other
"Methods," "Ststems," . and "Schools," and toe b , ok
that every pupil needs for the acquirement of a thorough
knowledge of Piano-forte playing! it is adapt , it to an
grades of tuition, from the rudiments , studies of the
youngest, to the studies and exercise. of advanced pupils.
Paso editions are - published. one .doptiug , American, the
other Foreign lingo. ing. When the we. kis ordered, if no
preference is designated, - the edition with American ft..-
goring will be sent.
Agree sure that in ordering it you are particular in
specifying the "NEW Meltlf.OD." Price $3 50. Mailed,
postpaid, to any ad • ress. .sold by all Music Dealers.
OLIVER D.ll'SuN it: Cu., Publishers. 2i7 Washington
sire t, B.ston„ ,les
520 ACRES of Land, in Dauphin co.
at private sale, hi part • r the whole, ozi butt
pure La ., rs ; 13:‘ acres clear, good buildings thereon, n'AL.
aaw Mill Poe further partial/ors, whims
my3o-dlim* Dauphin, Dauphin eouroy, Pa.
THE valuable property, _ corner of Seconc
and Pine streets, being any -two and a half feet ou
iion4 and one hundred and sixty-eight. feet ou Pine street
running back two hundred and tenfeet to Barbara alley.
there being space for tour fall building lots, and a most
sirable site for a Governor's Mansion or public buildings
.Por4particulars enquire of Mrs. MURRAY, corner of Se.
.tolpfkond Pins reels main-tt"
nO YOU wish a good Gold Yen? 11 so,
j./ , an at =LOMB Boakdaye, asniiiburg: Wag
V% A iN.l.?t.
Land fur Snio
FUR S A Lisl,
NEW A DV ERTISEM ENTS.
ORIENTAL HYGRO BAROMETER,
Natural \V cattier Indicator,
WITH A BEAUTIFUL THERMOMETER ATTACHED.
THIS simple and useful instrument is now
offered tar sale fat the first time la the State of Pd.,
tue undersigned having secured the right of sale to azau
for the to.lowing routities: Dauphin, Cumnerland, Adams,
Franklin_, York and Perry, of Fri: her, COWL N. Co., agents
rot the State, and are nos' prepared to seal the Instrument
at wholesale and retail. The rostrum, tit will tell with un
failing accuracy the 113 groinctical con Mims of the atmos
phere, thus foretelling the eitar.g.s of the weather frost
12 to 48 h are mud, once. The acting mot log pribciple
is the piatule of a flatter, foam: in .7.3 via, near Damascus,
and is so higAly sensitive ta,a it is acted epee by the least
change of the atinos,here. Persons iamidar with natural
eeienee know that it cannot mi., until the air is l hed`stith
aqueous vapor, which mart condense to pause rain iq fall;
this moisture mutt xist in dui atmosphere several hours
iu advance of the coming atoms. No other thi.ro rook::
manufactured will foretell with accuracy the Kim mall of
"us. But this NATURAL 110BaiSCOPE, the work Of NA
TUBE'S OWN HAND, flits up the void which uuu. could
u..t accomplish. and points its unerring finger to all cl icuges
of the wearier, and ass never been known to fail.
It is valuably to the Fa mer, the Physician, the Clergy
man, the Navigator, the Trartid2r, the .11.erchata, lad
It is very simple to understand, and never requites any
rep Ming. They arc cheap, durable and reliable. •
Nor sale onty by agents, :tad at Knoche's Music store,
No, 03 Market s reef. Prke $3 75.
One of the instruments wilt be scut by express, on re
ceipt of $3 75. '
Agents wanted in every town in the above named
counties. Apply as above, to
jeld d2wkw2t F -NNO Sr. DIAXWELL, Agents.
15 DEPEN DEN CE _ULAN D
T HE proprietor of this cool and delightful
Summer fte.ort, would most respedtfufly announce
to the citizens of Harrishuig that the Island is now open
fur visitors. Accommodations will be furtishe to parthis
and picnics on reasonante terms, a dancing platform
h Wing ben erected for their special use. season tickets
tor famiLcA good for ono year, 51 50. •
No improper characters admitted, and no intoxicated
persons will be permitted to visit the ILldnd.
0. - er No intosicaung liquor, so d on Studay.
A Wire Ferry, writ a good boat plying constantly be
tween the Island and foot of Bros I street, Nest Harri,..
burg. HE.SkY BECKER
jel4-dlm Sole Proprietor.
PHO'TOGRAPfI ALB ti Ms.
• ANOTHER LARGE ASSORTMENT
BOUND in FINE MOROCCO—panelled,
gilt and mounted with two heavy gilt clasps
SO Pictures for - $3 00
. 3 Sti
together with vrrious other styles of binding, sizes and
meek., which will be sold cheap.
Stitdier,, you cannot buy a prettier, more durable and
cheaper album anywhere.
Call and see at SCHEFFER'S Bookstore.
marl2...dtf Harrisburg, Pa.
VE It MIN
•COSTAII '3" EXTERMINATORS
"COSTAR'S' , EXTER3IINATORI
' , COSTAR'S" EXT INATO6's.
- - -
"COSTAR'S" EXTE R‘' IN ATORA.
"COSTAR'S" EXTEZ MINAToRS
EXT.TRAII ATi /RS
‘‘COSTAR'S" EXT MIS:A*I'OIIS
EXT ER 4INATORS.
`COSIAR'S" EXTE AIINATORS.
..COSTAS. , S , EXTERMINATORS
EXTEitMI , ;ATORS.
"COSTAR'S"' EXT RMINATO;;S.
For Rats. Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs,
Piens, MOths in Fars, Woolens, Insects
on Plants, Fowls, Animals, etc.
"15 years established in N..Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."-
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
Say-Sold by all Druggists every where
torl I I BEWARE 11 I of all worthless imitations.
Aar." Costar's" Depot, No. 482 Broadway, N. Y.
llirBold by D. W. GROSS & CO.,
Wholesale and retail agents.
And by all Druggists in liarrislntrg. Pa pto-nsw3m
STE o II n DIZG- BLOCKS, by Gail .Eliainslo-
HAUNTED 13.L.'411T5, by the author of the Letup
lighter. $2 00
DARKNESS AND DAYLIGHT. by Hrs. 'Willie& $.l 50
BARBARA'S HISTORY, a novel, by Amelia Edwards.
THE SMALL ROUSE OF ALLLNGTON, by Trollone.
SEVEN sTORLEii, by fk.Uarvel, author of "Reveries
of a Bachelor." $1 50
. • VII. ~ . . ..
SPERE'S JOURNAL ofthe piscurery of-the sources of
the Nile. $3 50
Nab WOMAN IN BLACK; by anther of "Man in
Gray." $1 50
NOTES OF HOSPITAL LIFE, Nov. '6l to Aug. '6g. n 00
STORIES OF THE SEA, for boys; from Cooper's
writings . SI 'OO
STORIES OF THE WOW, for boys; from Cooper's
writinBs. gl 00
OUR DAILY FARE, a daily journal of the Great Sani
tary Fair at Philadelphia; itlustra.d; Subscriptions re
ceived at $l. 00
Ad new books received as soon as pans:tied at
BERGNER'S ROOK STORE,
51 Market street
AMEETING of the .stoekholders of the
.Union Railro ot and :111hlog Chneptin.t." will be
he'd at the Continental Hotel, iu the city of Poiladelphia,
u Friday, the 22u 41.1 of July. A. u 1t64, at one u'aut-k
P. M. of e ii i day, toe the purpose of elertiug seven Dime
sco manage itt • affairs of sit:down:any tor tit chiming
ye r, and to transact mach other uus Le-s
company is intern-ted, a: may be too. ght before that
meeting. By request of the B and of LMectors,
Wit CoutEtt, President.
Hmeesertio June 20, 1864. je2o-eodScv
ANew Two Story FIUME HOUSE, with a
first rate Store , Room in it, on the corner of Fifth
ztreet and Strawberry al.ey. Also, the Frame House ad
joining. For further particulars enquire at Leedy's Shoe
Store, Market street, ur un the premises
my 23 tf DANIEL LEEDY.
SAP 6Aliti, English Dairy, Pine Apple, .b 4 ut
meELatid New York State Cheese ,hut received at
SHISCER a FRAZER,
mYS BUCCOSSOTR to W. Dock. Jr.. it Go.
QUGARS, SYRUPS, TEAS, CuFIEE, of
al grades and prices, at
zE , HISI.KR & FftAZ RR,
Successo^s to W. D. ca, Jr Ca
.Pl 7 //MOOS I i Fie I- aulity'Gr,x-erieg.
ritiE,EbE—Catuiee hew er9p Lheese, just
kJ received at SHISI" R& k RAZE,
j e'T SaLeessers to W. Dock, Jr, Cu
ENV BOOKS.—THE SROULDER
DAYS OF 'SHODDY
.TuAt ri.eAlvod R klelal SCTIEFFER'S•I3O(IITORE.
1n CASES FINE I.MPERI AT. FRENCH
1J MUSTARD, for sale by.
SEISM A: FRAZER,
mys anocrawte /N. 'Cock, Jr, Co.
-AM USEM I.lllll'B
Harrisbm - g, Tuesday,Jano
POSITIVELY ONE DAY ONLY,
AT 2 AND 7 r. M.
DAN RICE'S GREAT spzow,
A TRIPLE COMBINATION
lst—Dan Rice's Great Show.
2d—Henry Cooks wonderful
Troupe of Acting Dogs and Monkey
Buffaloes and Comanche Ponies.
MRS. DAN RICE
Will make her first appearance here. in her
beautiful menage scenes, introdnenig the
highly trained War Charger
T ®R Nr . A 17:0 ID.
MRS. EMMA STORE,
And her Troupe of Performing Horses.
THE GREAT BLIND HORSE EXCF.T.CTOR,
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 TB.IIW.
OHO.: EVERY EVE:NEW,
With a First-class Company of
SINGERS, DANCERS, 4.,NAIEDIANS, &c., &c.
L~lmi39iea .. ...... ................ ........... tb coats
, •eate in Boxes ................ 25
TELL Undersigned. Commissioners, named
in au Act of the Legi.datwe, approved the .ith day
ut May. 1301, entitled au art to incorporate the Millers
bu.g and Rauch nap iailroad Company, hereby give
public notice that bo .kS will be open.at fur receiving sub
seri, tions to the Capita. Stock of said Compiny at the
iollowing named limes and AtitVOS in the coun'y of -Data
plain, to wit : At the house of Jacob Leuker, in Gratz—
town, on THURSDAY, the 231 day of June, inst. At the
house of Benjamin Bor.m.x, in t:errysburg. ou MONDAY,
the 17th day of June inst. St tho house of J. G. Yeager,
in Miller: burg, ou THURSDAY, the 30th day of June,
ins , . At tho JONES Hi"iUSh, in the City of Harrisburg,
on TUESDAY, the sth day of July nest; and that. at anin.`
times and a. - ..esaOttle two or tuore of the Commissioners
will at end, and that the Books will be kept open at .teat
.1x hours, commencing at 9 o'clock in the forenoon on
every day, for the term of tpreenitlimal days,. or mull
the number of shares atithorizAt by the law &al have
been Eubsoritood. IAVED R PORTER,
HARRIt , BURG, /St June, /Sat
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BIJILDEIG,
A New Philadelphia Cloak Store. have now u splendid
SPRING & SUMMER MANTELS,
FRENCH CLOTH CIRCULARS,
NEW FRENCH SACKS, AND
NEW FRENCH LOOSE BASKS.
The above beautiful samples. iu - VeT , F..;td
somely trimmed, trom $7 50 to vs.
1.000 SILK m.A.N.rma 5 -
CIRCULARS, SACKS AND RithWS;
Handsomely and richly trimmed, from $lO up% are,.
CHILDREN'S MANTELS IN LARGE VARIETY.
MRS. J. HIBBS,
HAS OPZIOD AT
NO. S DIAR.KET 5Q.117.A.R.E,
(Next door to retix's Confectionery,)
AXTIIEBE SHE IS PREPARED to sell to
y-T the Ladies of Harrisburg and vicinity the
Latest Styles of Millinery and Fancy 11004
At cheaper prices than any house in the city. Melinallty
of her goods cannot be surpassed.
DRESS AtAKING LW THE LATEST STYLE
Will be neatly executed.
Ladies call and examine for yourselves. aplB-dtjyll
C ]L 0 A. K. STORE,
IN D. W. GBOSK NEW BLOCK,
Market Street s Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS AND CIRCULABS,
FINE SFUNG SEAWS.
Will open on the let of April inzaal-dly
LIQUID RENNET yields with milk the
must luscious or all de,urti-• tor the tab! ; the hgrit.
eat and must grateiul diet tor invalids and children.
c,.ntainS every elemi-nt or the bodily colfhtitution;
WllBll C tagniateil with tenet it is always I gin and ea-yof
"digestion, and supports the system Ville the least p ossi bl e
ellehetuent.. Wn n Still gre,a , puturitive oWt-r
creLtm anti su:ar may be added A. lIML-1.401.1fu: converts
a quart of mid: into a firm curd. Prepared and , sokti
wholttule and retail by S A. Kl.Th*lkt
Jels-ti 113 Markel:street.
PROVOST M.A.RSILAR'S OFFICE, 14TR DISTRICT,
H.tutUSHVRG , Pa., June 6, 1884. f
rpo DRAFTED MEN.—I am directed by
Lieut. Co! J. V. Bomford, A. A Provost- Marked
General, by Ws Cl cellar, No. 59, of June 4, 1664, to pub
lish -Teat ',rafted men are not allowed to enlist as co au_
teers after beiug dratted; and that the creuits for dratted
men will remain for the tub-districts from which to. y
were united, no matter Whether local bounty lies or tuts
uOt been paid to such men, upon '•illegal enlistment."
JNO. KAY CLESIEIs.T.
Captain and Provost. Mu/ Wail, 14th Dist, Pa.
D IeKLESI PICKLES 11
By the barrel, half baneL, jar or dazen, ac
UN AIZ tilV r titte lot of CANNED
tJ PEACHTS and TAIIATUES. Also, .SUPERIuR
PINE APPLES, FR SR PEAS, Vic., just .eee;veo by
my i4-otr JOBS Wll-.E., 3d Fdre.d. .Far
50 Deu°mZuErisini g j t'i lt ed S lin E y, N Cla ll u lj cv Chow, Cauliflower,
‘tixed Pickles, Ger/arts, Walnuts and (WOOS. For ale
wholesale and retail by saisuit.itAZKß.
ecersnrs to IV. Peek, Jr., &
IiArESS BEEF and MESS VORY..;---A phoje
IXL, snide of. Mess Beer mid Pork At
itp9 • • (ritocessons to Ww)lloo,lyr a ii 010.1
G. M. BRHBASER,
JONATHAN 4. 4 1V-IH, .