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SOLn*Rsor zcIG.HT TO VOTE.
Election Tu,day, Aug. 2, 1864.
WATIONAL UNION TICKET.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
The Lack of Labor in Harvesting the
Our agricultural friends apprehend eonsid-
arable embarrassment, delay and loss on ac
count of the beck of labor to harvest their
crops. All over the State we hear a general
complaint that the farmer is deficient in help.
To supply this demand for "farm help," we
suggest that the people in the towns and vil
lages of the rural districts, and as many from
the cities and commercial metropolis in the
eastern and western portions of the State, or
ganize gangs and companies for the purpose of
assisting the farmer to gather his crops. Where
such organizations eannot be effected, let in
dividuals volunteer. Our agricultural friends
are no grudges in the wages which they pay
or the fare they give those in their em
ploy. Hence, those who seek labor for profit
will find ample remuneration in a week's
work in the field, while the benefit to be de
rived from a few days' out door effort and ex
ercise, would be incalculable. We are all in
terested in the harvesting and garnering of
the crops. It is well known that the labor
usually devoted to this business now wields a
different weapon from that of the sickle, and
that the sturdy arms of the harvester who
sang in glee as he swang his cradle before
fields of golden grain, is now engaged in 'a
harvest of glory, of conflict, of death, that
his country may live. We must not let the
farmer suffer for help to gather his crops. If
we of the towns and cities do thus leave the
agriculturists in the lurch, we must expect
to eat less bread hereafter.
Bedford County Union Nominations.
The Union men of Bedford county met in
convention on the 28th inst., and nominated
the following strong ticket:
President Judge—Alexander King.
Congress— Col. Frank Jordan.
Assembly—D. B. Armstrong
Commissioner—A. H. Hall
Poor Director—Asa Stuckey
Auditor—Emanuel J. Diehl.
Resolutions were adopted endorsing the
nominailons of the Baltimore Union National
Convention, approving of the policy of the
Federal and State Administrations, and urg
ing the importance of Securing the endoree
meat of the three amendments to the Consti
tution to be submitted to the suffrages of the
peoplein August ensuing.
A BBOADDrexPEnnxCE.—The cost of the army
and its, fortification from the founding of the"
Federal Constitution up to 1818 was $266,713,-
209. During the same period $209,994.,687
was expended on the navy. The cost of the
Militia during that period was also about $l
- —making a grand total for over half a
century of $578,207,896. The magnitude .of
the enterprise in which we are now engaged
will be seen when the calculation is made
that the present rebellion has cost the General
Government full four times the amount above
stated, to say nothing of thellublio works de
stoyed and the general destruction effected in
every quarter. The people, however, 'can
well carry the burden in view of the great ob
ject to be attained in the end.
Toe DAmonati ORDEBS.—The New York
Contmerciat Advertiser says that a photolitho
grapic copy of the "orders" alleged to have
been found on the person of Col. Dahlgren,
for the destruction of Richmond and the mas
Saint of Jefferson Davis and his Cabinet, was
recently received. from London and submitted
to the friends and relati'res of the gallant
young soldier. They declare that the "or
ders" are not in the hand writing of Col. Dahl-
'gen, that thA signature of those orders is not
his signiture; and that the whole document,
as it appears id the "nuthbrized" London re
production, is a bob Land bare-faced forgery.
Tax liotaits COPPERHEADS. —The Indianap
olis Jaunts/ boldly makes. the statement that
members of the secret order in that State,
known as "The Sons of Liberty," well knew
of the coming of Vallandigham and the raid
of Morgan previous to those events, and that
citizens of Indiana had it in their power to ad
vise the Government. But they looked to the
advent of John Morgan, as a part of •their
programme, with a vie%' to co-operative ef
forts with him in a blow at Kentucky, Indiana
and other loyal States. These things are
startling, but they are true.
At a Alzwrrsc. of the copperheads of Hen
drigks county, Indiana, Gen, George B. M'-
Olellan was formally repudiated by the pas
sage of a sarcastic resolution, because of "his
war sentiment and tirade against our natural
and political brethren of the South," contained
lin his recent oration on that point."
AN escaped Federal prisoner from the South
reports that,as a pasty of Union prisoners were
marched through Marietta, Georgia, the wo
men assailed them with foul epithets and Anal
ly pelted them with stones.
-Air order hag gone forth from Richmond to
the effect that the Rebels must not burn their
cotton, m the Confederacy needs it to pur
chase olotlibt; apd supplies folb the army,
Row the People are Robbed and %t -
'The gold genii:dere' have, .be piratical
utmost to wreckthocrilleasure. A d it
c'asrttere are combinations now
-,„•*1.6e1E/n a game connected with the coal
trade, equally as oppressive to the people and
threatening like disasters to the Go verriment
as those of the gambling in gold. To disvise
the fact that these combinations are hurrying
the nation to destruction, would be to conceal
the danger from a man above whose head an
assassin's blade is suspended. Something
must be done, and that speedily, to curb ttese
rackless and dishonest speculations, or riot
and revolution will be the result in the cities
of the North, where the poor are scavely able
to prooure food and - fuel for its preparation—
irhilajn the rural district% the spirit of dis
eolent at, the4obberies'which thus disgrace
*hat speculators seek to call legitimate
business, is daily becoming stronger and more
intense, and is likely at any moment to burst
forth in angry tumult and assaults on those
who are at the head of these operations.
In connection with the speculations now go
ing on in the coal trade, we have been placed
in possession of certain facts and figures
which show a dishonesty and a disposition to
fraud disgraceful and criminal in the highest
degree. In 1863 coal only cost three dollars
per ton at the tykens Valley mines. Mr.
Harry Thomas, then the working proprietor
of those mines, disposed of his stock at this
price. In 1884 the price for the same ar
ticle, at the same point of the Lykens Valley
mines, Millersburg, is six IDOLLIRS per ton,
when we are assured by practical men and
miners that the increased cost of production
is only something like seventy five cents pm ton.
In thus forcing up the'price of coal, there is
a two-fold object in. view: First, the specula
tors who now hold stock in coal companies,
are money greeds, who are not sat
isfied with the ordinary and fair profits
of trade, and hence they combine deliberately
to rob the. consumer. Millions of dollars
have changed hands in Pennsylvania, drawn
from thehard earnings of the poor man, at
tracted from the small pittance yielded for the
labor of women and children, and accumu
lated to swell the princely fortunes of men
who never risk a dollar in the transactions of
legitimate trade, or.contribute an idea or a
suggestion to the success of a fair enterprise.
Second, while the' price of coal is thus
forced up—while every ton of this mineral
mined is bringing double its true or in
trinsic value, of course the dividends on the
stock of such coal companies are tabu
loesly increased, and thereby the stock-job
bers of the eastern money markets are . af
forded a splendid opportunity to riot and
grow fat on the gain of their operations. The
hallucinations created by such speculation in
"fancies," have led to the sale of coal stock at
large figures, which will some day explode
with something like the effects of the South
sea bubble. It will spread_. rain and desola
tion to thousands of families. IV will craze
the mind and crush the spirits of many a
dreamer of fortune, while all along the paths
of business it will mark its mournful effects
to remind the world , of the folly of the Amer
ican people in the hour of their greatest peril,
and impress still further on the minds of the
generation that is to come after us, the divine
maxim that the love of money is the root of all
It is not only in the coalbusiness, but in the
trade involved in all that the poor man eats
and wears, in the house which shelters his
wife and little ones, the church in which he
hears the religion of his Maker proclaimed,
and the ground which is to sepulchre his
bones, the same spirit to speculate, to amass
colossal fortunes and become opulent, is
now rife. In all this, the poor are becoming
poorer. Labor groans and sweats and toils.
Little children are harriessed to enlarge
the profits of the money greed. Weak
women are forced into the path of rug
ged competition for bread, and all this
while -the rich are becoming richer
without benefitting communities—without en.
largixtg the influence of trade—without in
creasing the power or the glory of the nation.
Nay, the nation, the while, is made responsible
for these frauds on labor and the consumers.
The credit of our blessed • and glorious and
bleeding Government is dragged into the
gambler's den t and,there challenged as the
author of these base transactions, as the cause
of this gigantic and villainous rise in food and
fuel. Men who esteem themselyes loyal and
boast of their devotion tolhe Government, are
thus stabbing it in its . vital parts—are thus
wedding its trembling children to gaunt fam
ine, and like the tyrant who fiddled _while
Rome was consumed by fire, array themselves
in broad cloth and fine linen while the poor
must be' content to hold their empty stomachs
To dream that an intelligent people will
submit to such a condition of affairs much
longer without resisting by force the robbery
and the oppression, is to believe that a Christ
ian man will gaze silently into the gaunt faces
of his starving wife and children and not make
a bold effort to procure them food. The spec
ulator has been gorged with his gain. Let
him be satisfied and beware how his lusts lead
hint to a doom where, instead of the glitter of
wealth to delight his eyes, the blaze of hell will
affright his vision. We now write in the cause
of humanity and a suffering people. We do not
aim at interference with the fair profits of any
business. But we boldly declare that we have
a right •to strike a blow at any and all com
binations intered into by speculators to rob
the great mass—to grind the faces of the
poor—to disgrace the country and impair the
national credit, in order that individuals may
be enriched anclan. aristocracy created with ti
tles wrung from the groans of a nation !
We have dealt merely in ggeralities and
such facts as we have been enabled hastily to
gather on this subject. Let the people now
do their share in protecting thennielvos from
these evils.. Let a movement M once be
made to procure coal &eat frOM the mines—
Kass to deal with thosik
ilied - idailir profits, and the
es may perhaps break down the combine
tuns now entered into to grow rich on their
sweat. Who will be the first to move in this
Gen. Sherman's Army.
A FORWARD MOVEMENT---lur.. REBEL GEN. JOHN
SRON COMPELLED TO CHANGE HIS DIRECTION
AND ABANDON EENESAW—THE REBELS AT FACE
GEN. SCHOFIELD -AND ARE REPULSED WITH
HEAVY LOSS--GEs. JOHNSTON BELIEVED TO
RAVE BEES RELIEVED FROM COMMAND.
. . NesummE, July 1.
Your correspondent with the Fifteenth
Corps, under date of June 24, says:
On the 22d, Gen. Hood's corps, in Gen.
McPherson's front. was withdrawn. The move
meut seems to have been commenced on the
21st. Gen. Schofield, on our right, moved for
ward, after the capture of Pine Mountain, and
crossed -the Nickajack Creek. followed by
Gen. Hooker. There Gen. Sherman found
him at a right angle to the rebel line on Ken
esaw Mountain. Johnston was compelled by
this movement to change his direction, it be
ing north and south, and still covering Mari
Gen. Sherman, however, kept moving his
right southward, thus compelling the rebels
to abandon lienesaw,and lengthen their line
southward. The object of the manoavering
oraour part was to compel Johnston to occupy
ground whose natural advantages for defen
sive battle would not be so great as at Kene
saw. Our efforts are so far successful, but
the enemy still hold high ground about the
head waters of the numerous streams rising
This line is supposed to be the Same assault
ed by Howard and Hooker on the 27th, paral-.
lel with and somewhat, west of the railroad,
the right covering Marietta.
Your correspondent with Gan. Hooker, of the
same date, reports that on the 2:3d the rebels
made an assault on the left of Gen. Schofield
and the right of Gen. Hooker, and were re
pulsed with severe slaughter, losing three
hundred. Colonel Barthelson, Ohe Hun
dredth Illinois, and Major Duffy, Thirty-fifth
Indiana, were killed.
On the 24th, Gen. Ewell was reported to
have relieved Gen. Johnston, ho goes in
command at Richmond. The irtith of this re
, port is not known, but Ewell is believed to be
The indications are that a battle will take
place near where the armies are massed, as.
Johnson is so closely pressed that he - cannot
get away beyond the river safely.
We have nothing later by mail. A gentle
-man who left the front on the 27th, reports
heavy firing on Saturday, Sunday and Mon
day. He knows nothing of the details of the
battles, but reports large numbers of wounded
sent to the rear.
Gen. C. C. Harker died:of his wounds on
Tuesday. Gen. Hooker was reported wound
ed, but it LS thought his name has been con
founded with Harker's.—New York Times.
FORTRESS Mossoz, June 30.
The U. S. steamer Eutaw, Capt. Homer C.
Blake, will sail for Mobile to-morrow.
Seventy-six rebel prisoners arrived from
Newbero to-day. They were captured by
General Palmer, during his recent raid, to
ail the sick and wounded are being removed
from the Yorktown Hospital to a healthier lo
The following are the deaths in Hampton
.Tas. Conery, 17th Peinisylvania, died June
Daniel Brodicher, 55th Penna., died June
Conrad Quaid, 55th Penna., died June 29th.
Died in Chesapeake Hospital, John Beer,
55th Penna., June 27th.
There are now about 2,400 patients in
Hampton Hospital, and about 700 in the
Chesapeake, the majority of which are the
severest cases of wounds. The deaths in
these two hospitals average from 3 to 12 per
FORTRESS Ilifox.sou, June 28.—Deaths in
Hampton Hospital for the last twenty-four
David Johnson, 76th Pa ; Jas Wilspn, 2d
Pa ; Geo Risley, -76th Pa.
Admitted in Hampton Hospital, June 28th:
, B Brand, 188th Pa; W F Shea, 48th Pa; N
Baughman, 188th Pa; R H Hyers, 9th N J;
H Early, 112th Pa; J D Jones, 112th Pa.
The aboie are all wounded, and came from
front of Petersburg, in charge of Surgeon
Lewis, of the 85th New York Regiment, on
steamer Monitor. - •
The following list of wounded have also ar
rived at Hampton Hospital to-day:
Jos Lott, 97th Pa; Jacob Phifer, 2d Pa Art;
Martain, 9th N J; Jas Graddon, 58th Pa; T
0 Dell,97th Pa; J H France, 188th Pa; George
Williams, 97th Pa; W F Sheer, 48th Pa; W
97th Pa; W T Davis, 2d Pa Art; T,Fitz
patrick, ,2d Pa Art; Geo Hill, 2d Pa Art.
Death of Billy Wilson.
NEw Yon.; July 2.
Col. William Wilson, of the Wilaon Zouaves e
was killed by a fall from his horse, on Thurs
day afternoon, while riding through his farm,
in West Chester county, Deceased was an
active politician and served as Alderman of
the First ward for several years. At the
breaking out of the'rebellion he raised a regi
ment.of volunteers and served his Country for
two years in the Department of the: Gulf.--
During the stay of the regiment. 011 Santa
Rosa Island the rebels surprised Wilson's
camp, and it was only by dint of some terri
ble fighting that the Zouaves escaped being
captured. The regiment subsequently: erved
in Louisiarui, and after an absence of two
years, returned to the city with the loss of
about four hundred men
Fire lu Louisville.
A fire broke out At 3 o'clock, this morning
in a warehouse in ratterson'S block, occupied
by the Government as a depository for hospi
tal stores. It soon communicated to another
similarly occupied, and..linally destroyed the
whole block, with nearly all its contents. The
loss is about $1,000,000, half of which was
sustained by the Government. It is' sup
posed to have been the work of an'incendiary.
The other principal losers were John Lower,
J,, B. Malvern & Son, J. S. Brown, L. H. An
derson and Francis M'Henry.
Vegetables for the Soldiers.
Governor. Seymour has authorized the gen
eral agent of the State to expend $5 l OOO in the
purchase of vegetables for the soldiers of the
State in the Army of the Potornao.„.• '
The Pirate Florida. at Bermuda
ST. Jonms, N. 8., July 1. •
The brigantine Penguin, from BerMuda,
reports-that on the 18th of Jtine tt e:, pirate
Florida landed there the crews of Mirci'4929.4ri,
can vessels she had destroyed... . She_bailed
again on the 19th.
$ - - al inf
10 e pal or orma
tift that will lead to the detection and con
viction of the person or persons who, on Thursday, the
30th, about two o'clock A. it, broke one of the large globes
in fruit of the Jones House, by throwing a dinner bell,
which bad been previously taken from the City Hotel.
jy2-d3t C. H. MANN. Proprietor.
HORSE FOR SALE.:'. .-:
iiSIX YEAR OLD HORSE. in. good: enndi
'. non, quiet, gentle and grilling, imitable for Sadie;
harness &cart, is perfectly sound and healthy, ii net in
the least i4raid.of cats. Reasons for Selling: Aeavitg the
city and' haring no furthur use for him. Will be sold
cheap; $25 under Taiue Enquire of tW3I. MOORE,
jy2-dlt* sear Cotton Factory, Harrisburg, Pa.
(Inn DOLLARS of 5-20's for sale
s,.oooPquire at - 9. LEWY.
AGIRL to act in the capacity of an up
stairs maid. Must be a good washer and ironer.
Apply to • MRS. J. it. EBY,
jyl-31,* • Comer htarketand Fifth. )
SEVERAL rooms imitable for offices, ad
joining WARD'S MUSIC STORE, in Third street,
near Market, with the privilege of garret, cellar, hydrant,
yard, & o.ossession given immediately. For terms ap
ply at the Sheriff's office. iYI/..4t*
• ESTRAY COW. •
CAME to the subscriber's residence ,in Sus
lJ street, a BLACK COW. The owner is re
quested to pay damages and take her away.
jyl-2t*. JESSE WINGERT.
PIIILADELPIIIA AND READING RAILROAD.
4 1 1) _
F/Z,ll r ,1- .1 - • -•-.1-Mt a LLSII
1 W tkP I;uair
FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION TICKETS
WILL be issued between all stations at
reduced fares. Good from July tid to 9th in-
FOR RRNT. '
THREE convenient rooms to rent in a plea
giant part of the city. Enquire at this office...
FOUND Near Cotton Factor'' , Hospital, a
smallacommt book, corimining accounts or value
to the owner. Call at the recruiting office, corner of
Front and Market streets. • jyllt*
ROOMS FOR RENT,
nN Third street above Market Inquire a
je3o46* WARDWMUSIC sroRE.
OE of the very finest farms in tfie . Cum
`berland Valley is offered for sale atterms moderato
and easy. It contains ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE
ACRES, ten or twelve of which are covered with most ex
cellent timber, and is situate about five miles east of Car
lisle, three-tburths of a mile ;south of the Cumberland
Valley railroad. The improvemetts la buildings, fences
and-state of cultivation of soil are first-class. A never
failing stream of water runs through the middle of it,
wlthm a few yards cf* the bui:dings.
For further information iimuirebf
Attorney-at-Law, office south of the Court House, adjoin
ing the American office, Carlisle, Pa. je3odlw
SMOKED BEEF.—A. choice lot of Niche
ner's Dried:Beef, Just received'at
Jel7 .Successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
MEN CASES SPICED OYSTERS, just re
ceived ai • ' SEIISLER & FRLZER,
je29 Successors to IV,.Dock, dc Co.
PINE APPLES, PINE- APPLES, juist re
ceived at SaiSLER & FRAZEit;
je29. - Succoesors tiP W. , Dock, Jr., & Co.
A Iq,EW invoiee of Michener's celebrated
Hams, just received this morning at
813ISLER & FRiZtft L
je29 Succosont,to W. Dock, Jr., & CO.
B ASKETS, BA.SZETS, in great variety at
' SHISLiat & &RAUB,
je27 'Successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
Sok of Condemned' Government Property:
OPFICM AIIEILSTAirr QIIARTBRYLSTER,
HAniusitmo, Pintas., Jane 29,1864.
WILL be sold at public auction at Govein
y y meet Corral, near Hummetstown, (on line of Leb
anon Valley railrord,) on Tuesday, Jaly 12th, 1864, at 10
35 Horses, . .
6 Farm Wagons,
6 Light do
Saddles, Horse Collars, Wagon Wheels, and 2000 Grain
This property has been condemned as unfit for Governi.
meat service, but for private nee gool bargains are to be
Horses and other property.to be Sold singly; sale to
continue until all are sold.
TERMS: Cash in GovernMent funds.
E. C. REICHENBACII,
je29-dtd Capt. and Astiq Qr. Mr.
Sale of Condemned Government Property.
Oates Assisvarr QpaRTIMMASTER, U. S. A,
Hmuussuan, Passe., Tune 29, 1864. f
yLL be sold at public inetiop at Govern
ment storehouse, iknoivrt as McCormick's ware
houses on Pennsylvania canal,) at Harrisburg, Pa., on
Tuesday, July sth, at 2 o'clock, a. as.
13 Stoves, Stove Pipo, Coal Scuttles, Stove Grates and
Articles to be sold singly. •
TERMS: Cash in Government funds. •
E. C. REICHENBACH.
jeHl-did Capt. and Ass't Qr. Mr.
Are not simply flat pieces of parlor cut in the form of
a collar, but are Molded and Shaped to fit the neck, having
a perfect- curve free front , angles or breaks, which is ob
tained by our patented process, which also secures another
advantage possessed by no other collar,--Nis : Space for the
Cravat in the Turn.down style, the minx or wawa Is
IPET4FECTLT 811000711 AND FUNS non MCKIM, making this
collar, for ease, neatness, and. durability, unequalled.
They are made in Turn-down style ta sizes Trom 12 to
17, and In Garrotte from 13 to 17 inches, and packed hi
neat blue boxes of 100 each; also, in smaller ones of 10
each—the latter a very handy package for travelers,
army and navy officers.
for EVERY COLLAR is stamped
"Gray's Patent' Molded Collar."
Sold by all retail .detalers In Mett's FurnishingVoods
The trade eapplled by
. • NOTICE.. •
AMEETING of the stockholders of the
"Anion Railroad and Mining Company" will be
bold at the Continental Hotel, in the city of Philadelphia,
on Friday, the 22d day Of July, D. 1864, at one cecleck
x. of said day ,-for the purpose of electing seven Mee
tors to manage the affairs of saldoompany for the ensuing
year, and to transact such other business in which said
company is ,interested, as May be brought before that
meeting. By request of the Beard of Directors.
WX COLDER, President.
HARRISBURG, June 20, 1864 je2o-eod3w
LotrisvrT.TN, July 1
A LARGE assortment of Photographs of
13, Generals and fancy pictnreifor side CHEAP, at $1
.per.dozeivai. solll47.ltlt'ti'BOOS. MHZ;
my2o --- Harrisburg, Pa
LPEILENTE'S WORCESTER SAUCES,
the most popular and the purest ever ofered to the
pubdc, Just received and for DR.IB by
BMISLER & FRAZEI
(saccesaors to Wm. Dock,,,jr & uo.
FE.MIi PINE APPLES
just received at
- Successore . fo W Dock Jr. &Co.
TUST R CEIVED-14 gallons pure currant
to wine, fro& a Lancaster county farmer the Afloat
made domestic wine in this city. Price' $3 40 - per gallon.
For salt at
JUST ARRIVED !—A Enelot of CANNED
PEACHES end, ;. ; TOMATOES. I Also, SUPERIOR
PINE APPLES, EKES N PEAS &c., just reeoived by
guylS-dtt JOHN WIBE, 8d street, near Stg,
A LARGE assortment at
spun - 1- '.lolcrli_WltObligil or totairit low plc*
G. A. NICOLLS,
A FARM FOR SALE.
VAN DUREN, BORHMER, & CO.,
' 627 CHEMIN St, Philadelphia,
SHISLER & FRAZgIt,
Zoo:lessors to Wm. lk Co
_;.NE's 3 3W- 1
THE NEW BOOKS.
STUMBLING BLOCKS, by Gail Ham
ilton. Price sl be
HAUNTED HEARTS, by the *uthar the Lamp
lighter. .,21. 's2 00
DARPti4I/0911 AND D4ITIAGHT,44r Mra Hamel. $1 50
BAR l : Bl3] uiy, a iaiv,k-by PM " 4 E dWiirdß •
THE SMALLHOUSE OF A.LLINGTON, by Trollop&
SEVEN STORIES, by Ilr Marvel, author of "Reveries
of a Bachelor." $1 be
SPE}LER JOURNAL of the Discovery of the sources of
he Nile. •. $3 60
THE WOMAN IN BLACK, by author of "Man in
Gray." - $1 50
NOTES OF HOSPTTAL LIFE Nor.'ol to - ing.4ls, $l. 00
STORIES OF THE SEA, for boys; from Cooper's
writings, sl 00
STORIES or THE WOOD, for boys; from Oooper's
writings. . - 00
Al! new Woks received as soon arpublished at
BERGNER'S BOOK STORE,
51 Market street.
"COSTAE'S , " EXTERMINATORS.
For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ante, Bed Bugs.
Fleas, Moths in Porto Woolens, Insects
on Plants, Fowls, Animal., eto.
"15 years established in N. Y. Oity." .
"Only Infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rata come matt their holes to die."
Sill - Sold by all Drugglsteoverywheto
, • 'writ l BewAart l I l of sit worthless imitations.
" Costars" Depot, No. 482 Broadway, N. Y.
wpm. by D. W. GitOBS. GO.,
Wholesale and retail agents.
And by all Druggists in Harrisburg, Pa. Jelo-dswBm
joss 2, 1864.
AMEETING of the stockholders of this
bank will be held at the banking house on Tues
day, the sth of Julyliext, at 10 c•clock A. M., to consider
the question of becoMing an association for carrying
on the business of banking, under the laws of the
United States. The act of the General Assembly of
this State, approved January 6, 1884, extending the
charter of this bank for dye years from thet expiration of
the present charter, (May 1, 1867,3 vdll also be submitted
to the meeting. By order of the board of directors.
W. WEIR, Cashier.
TEIF, value:We property, corner of 'Second
and Pine streets, being fifty-twb and *half feel on Se
cond and one hundred and sixty-eight feel. on Pine street,
running back two hundred and ten feet to Barbara alley,
there being space for footfall building lots, and a mostde
'arable site for a GoVernor's Mansion_ or public buildin gs,
For lorticulars enquire of . Mrs. )1 - QUAY, corner of 9e
mod and Pine. Teets
VERY FINE, INDEED!
TO our fine and extensive stoek of Photo
graph Albums and Photograph. Card Picture; we
have added a BEAUTIFUL ENVELOPE for the reception
of card pdctureaN- They must be seen and - Wlll be admired.
/Ks -Photographers supplied at the very lowest whole
sale price, and their cord printed , upon them for $126 per
thousand, wholesale and retail. at
xnay24 " SCHEME'S BOOK STORK
NEW GROCERY OD PROVISION STORE.
BOYER & KOERPER I
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Queen's and Glass Ware,
AND AIL KINDS OF
RAVE just opened a large and well selected
stock of goods at their stand, No. 8 MszkotSquare,
Harrisburg, Pa., to which they invite the attention of the
public &molly. nolo-dly
ALBREUIT, ILIEKES & SUMMIT'S
.SOLE - AGENCY AT W. KNOCHE S,
- 93 Market street, Harrisburg.
WOE REASONS perfectly satisfactory . to
MYSELF I have takenitre agency of the above most
excellent Pintos. The public 13 invited to come and ex
amine for themselves.
A few flchomilolter diCo's Pianos On bend yet will be
dsol low. " mar464l
CilThi-PECTORLTA are useful to soothe a
cough, allay 'nettling la ihe Throat, to relieve
Hoarseness, Catarrh; Bore Throat, he They contain
Ooltsfoot; Horehound, Ipeeacuanba, Smogs and
(the most reliable expectorants known,) are the chief =-
Mire constituents, so blended with Gum Arabic and Sugar,
that each lozenge contains a mild and very pleasant dose.
Manufactured solely by S. A. KIINE33I. & BRO.,
3a 'f Apothecaries, 118 Market street, Barri:burg.
CANNED FRUITS OF EVERY DESORIP
BARPTION. SAUCES of all the celebratedmiuiVacturem
O every description. MUSTARDS,
Also, BROWN 'OUT , MR TEAS, COWES, nun
and SYRUP of all grades and prices; and the beet selected
stock outside of Philadelphia,.
All goods guaranteed as represented.
Particular attention paid to all' orders from a distanoe.
Goods carefully packed and delivered to all parts of the
CRY free of charge. . 'ISIIMER kFR
mys successors to W. Dock, Jr.;
NOTICE --The stoma meeting of the stook,
holdersof THE AMERICAN INDEPENDENT TEL.
hGRAPH COMPANY wilt be heat at the office of the In.
pendent; Telegraph CompanY,'RO. 21 South etreet, in the
city of Baltimore, on the isra DAY OF JULY 1884, at
11 a x. GEO; C. PENNINIAN,
lIBLIG NOTICE is hereby given, that in
. pursuance of the act of Assembly of Pennsylvania,
passed tbi first day. of June 1889 , the 'tear:holders of the
Franklitkßack, - of Was i lalgton, Penna.; will apply to the
next 8088i011 . of the Leg titre for a - renewal of its an
tes*, with itc •• increase of its capital from "$1440,000 to
$200,000: • - O.M. REED, President.
.Wsimetrivrox,.l ) .t., June 24,1884. • .1.27
CAM to the. farm of NV.. Colder, in Eiviabtra
township, Dauphin county, renn'a, a Dart Bay
HORSE, about fifteen Waft high. The owner will phone
come forward, prove property, and pay charges and take
the animal away. legf-dttl B. w, 87salrirElk
• - • •
.A CERT4l4l;aet et piece ofland, contain
li one acre And one hundred and Arty-three
perehen, with a 6atadble fwatttorYDAICK,ROUSE there
on erected, and otheflibproceutents,•idtuated tititteque.
henna township, Dauphin county, within about hsif a mite
of the limits of Out city of Harrisburg. Said, property is
a portion of the real. estate-of ORS. FORSTER, deceased:
Any informatiegletetive to.tbe sale of thittprepeqy can
be had by calliag on the undendgned.
~. . ,
One of the executors of fg*i. Politer dec'd
HAintuunnest,•Jucte 28, 1864. . 1e22-4w-fair _
da d : :7493 Gol , pmy
- NEW GOODS--JUST OPENED !
Book. and Stationery Stoic.
. ambracing every new sad Improved style of
MAGIC CURRENCY HOLDERS:
CALM' SKIN POCKET BOOKS,
PORTMONNt TVS, &c .
at prices to sult all circumstances
emanating of a eine assortment of Westenhobn's Supe
• ' GOLD PIOS,
From Newton's celebrated manufactory. Every R7l
soak a gogrrantes.
"ROSEWOOD D. 119,
Together with every article madly found in a tires
Book and Stationery establishment, at
myl2] BERGNER'S, 51 Market strc-et,
Dr. J. P. KELLER'S
Dental Preparation s
*A 11*Y i z40)31
AIfERICAN TOOTH WASH!
riBSE elegant preparations combine the:
mOst desirable cleansing and astringent qualities .
They render the Gums hard and healthy; neutralize ea..
acid secretions of the mouth, (thereby removing the
prime cause of decay.) By their detersive properties they
preserve the natural color of the Teeth, without in the
least degree injuring the enamel, while they impart to
the breath asfragranoepecullarly aromatic and pleasant.—
In fact they are THE I),EST ARTICLES In use for the pun
poses named, as a fair trial will fully demonstrate, and
as has been abundantly proved by their extensive sale in
this community during the last 14 years; and which will
be ,readily testified to by many who have repeatedly
urged the Proprietor to still further extend their sale and
usefulness. They are warranted to be free from those
destructive acids which so frequently contaminate many
of the preparations of the present day. Prepared and sold
at the Dental Rooms of the Proprietor,corner of Second
and Walnut streets. JOHN - P. KELLEIt,
For sale also by the principal Druggists of the city,
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
WILL bo sold at-public sale on Saturday,
August 13th, 1861, on the promises ' situated an
Susquehanna township, on the public road leading Irons
the Susquehanna ricer to Shoop's Church, about three
miles from the city of Harrisburg. a tract of improved
land,,containuag 3 acres and 72 perched, adjoining lands of
John Weaver, Wiliiam Truhinger and Miss Elder, thereon
erected a good Infuse and simile, with other out-buildings,
with good water and fruit trees, Into the estate of Eliza
beth Porter, deceased.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, when
conditions will be made known and attendance given by
the undersigned. JOHN RA.Y.sOR,
Attorney in fact for the heirs of Elizabeth Porter, doc'd
AJOINT RESOLUTION proposing certain
amendments to the-Constitutton.
Be it resolved by Me Senate and /louse of Representaeirea
of Me CommonweaMt of Pautsyhiania in Gaunt/
biymet, That the following amendments be proposed to
the Constitution of the Commonwealth, to accordance
with the provisions of the tenth article thereof:
There tibial be an additional section to the third article
of the Constitution, to be designated as section four, as
"Simanos 4. Whenever any of the qualified electors of
this Commonwealth shall be in any actual military ser
vice under a requisition from the President of the United
Staten, or by the authority of this Commonwealth, such
electors may exercise the right of mange in all elections
by the citizens, under such regulations as are, or shall be
prescribed by law, as fully is if they were present at
their usual place of election."
Seams 2. There shall be two additional sections to tip ;
eleventharticle of the Constitution, to be designated az,
sections eight and nine, as follows:
"Smartest & No bill shall be passed by the Legislature,
containing more than one subject, which shall be clearij,
expressed in the title, except appropriation bills."
"Simms D. No bill shall be passed by the Legia:ature
grautlagiury powers, or privileges, in any case, where the
authority to grant such powers, or privileges, has been,
or may hereafter be, conferred upon the courts of this
HENRY C. JOHNSON,
speaer qt the House of Ropreaet.
JOHN Y. rE.NNEY,
Speaker of the Uwe.
Once es sits SzcarrAßy oa vos CommaerwEALTß,
iiimusacsa r april 26, /SOL j•
I do hereby Certify that the foregoing is a fall, •trua
and correct copy of the original Joint Resolution
of the General Assembly, entitled " A Joint
Resolution proposing certain Amendments to
the Constitution," as thosame remains on file In
IN TESTIMONY whereof, I have hereunto set my
[L. BA hand and caused the seal of the Secretary's of
floe to be affixed, the day and year above written.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
The above resolution having been agreed to by a ma
jority of the members et each House, at two !successive
sessions of the General Assembly of this Commonwealth,
the proposed amendments will be submitted to the pee
pie, for their adoption or rejection, on the TIRST TUESDAY
or Annan', In the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and six.y-tour, in accordant& with the tenth art.
ole of the Conititution, and the act., entitled ' , An Act pre
scribing the time and manner or submitting to the people,
for their approval and ratification or rejection, the pro
posed amendments to the Constitution," approved the
twenty-third day-of April, one tlaousonii eight hundred
and sixty-E.,ur. ELI SLIFER,
opal Secretary of the Commonwealth
THE UNITED STATES HOTEL,
HA_RRISBITRG I PA.
If, H. HUTCHISON, Proprietor.
well known Hotel is now in a coniii
tlon to accommalate the traveling public, affording
the most ample conveniences alike for the transient guest
and thelpermanent boarder.
THE UNITED STATES HOTEL has been entirely retit
led throughout, and now .bas accommodations equal In
extent, comfort and luxury to any hotel between Philadel
&la and Pittsburg. Its location is the beet in the Stake.
Capital, being in easy access to all the railroad depots, and
he close proximit, to all the public offices and !manna
cantles of the city. It has now all the conveniences of
FIRST OLABB lIOTRL,
and the Proprietor to determined to spare neither es.
pease, time or labor to ensure the comfort of the guests.
The patronage of the traveling public la respectfully soli
Corner of Market . street and Market Sqoare.
CHAS. H. MANN,
Nattrasses Spring-Beds II Comfort - a:I t
PALM LEAP HAIR TOP IsIATTRASSES.
Plain Leaf Cotton Top Mattrasses,
Corn Husk Mattresses.
Patent Spring Slat Beds,
Feather Pillows and Bolsters.
Cotton Comforta and Spreads
Ladies' Willow Work Stands.
Carpet Camp Stools.
Door Rugs, Carpet Hassaeks.
Iron Sed-steds, latest pattern, ko., ha
N. B.—Sofas,. Lounger, Cushions, Chairs, and Mat
tresses repaired. Hair and Spring Mattresses made M
Order. No. 109 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.
3elB-dlm J. T. BARNITZ.
Preside . nt.
QAP SAGO, English Dairy, Pine Apple, Nut
meg and New York State Cheese;just received at
SHISLER a FRAZER,
awn successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
520 *in .Dauphin CO.
partd or the whole, to suitt
purchasers • lab acres clear, good buildings thereon, with
kbtw Mill. For further particulars, address
Dauphin, Dauphin county, Pa.
BEEF TONGUES .— Fine large beef tongues,
cured by J. 11. Michener &Oo and for sale by
• ..jal7 Suomi:fora to W. Dock, Jr, & Co
UOAS, gYitTIFS, COFFEE of
grades and prim, at.
' - • .9.II.IGLER & FRAZER,
Snood to W. Dwk, Jr., & Co.
jell Dealers t o Fine Faintly Groceries.
DIOKLES I PLOKLES 1 !
By the - I:sllTek half Jar or dmen, at
MOM _ BO YER k ROERPRIA
DAM narlT of all kinds at
Eakr4 SOUR & &OW=
Land for Sale