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SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1861
TOWN AND COUNTRY
state of thi Thermometer To-day
11 A. M. 3 P. M.
88 91 t
8 A. M
THE FOURTH OF JULY
In order to give all hands an opportunity of
celebrating the anniversary of American In
dependence, no paper will be issued from this
office on Mona'ay afternoon or Tuesday morning.
Our city subscribers will be served with Mon
day morning's edition.
Should news of very great importance be
received on Monday, au extra will be issued,
and placed upon our Bulletin Board
Post Office Notice.
POST OFFICE, HARRISBURG., July 4, 1864.
The Post Office will be open in the morn
ing between the hours of six and eight o'clock,
and in the afternoon between the hours of two
and three o'clock. The mails will close and
depart at the usual hours.
GEO. BERGNER, P. M.;
ALL persons entitled to pension, or bounty
and back-pay, due deceased soldiers, can have
any information in regard to it gratis, by call
ing on Sullivan S. Child, Claim Agent, Har
risburg, Pa. Office in Dm TELEGRAPH
Building, Third street. je3o-dlw
THE SOLDIERS of 1812 will meet at Brant's
exchange, on Monday morning at g-o'clock•
Tickets for the dinner can be had from Dr.
MAT-toms 3,1 - xsorarx.--Some villain anxious
to display his propensities for mischief, • seri
ously injured a splendid young shade tree re.
cently planted on Third street, by our Mend,
Col. F. K. Boas. The rascal girdled the ten
der trunk of the tree in such a manner as to
render its flourishing and growth very doubt
ful. Such a fellow, if he goes on in his mis-
Chief, will receive his dues someday, by hay.
ing his neck encircled with twisted hemp.
WE take pleasure in informing our citi
zens that L. Leonidas Allen, the celebrated
patriot, and champion of the temperance cause,
will deliver an address in the Methodist
church, on Vine street, to. morrow evening.
We have had the pleasure of hearing Mr. Al
len on various occasions, and can assure our
readers that they will be agreeably entertain
ed should they visit the above-named church.
Mr. Allen has recommendations from,
dent Lincoln and - numerous other prominent
officials. Go and hear the address. Admis
Cm. Crams, of the 45th Regiment, P. V.,
was in town yesterday, and left last night, forhis
home, in Centre county. He is suffering with
a severe wound, received a few days since,
while engaged in one of the terrible struggles
now being made by the Army of the Potomac.
There are few younger men occupying as im
portant a military position as Col. Curtin,
and certainly none who are his seniors of like
grade, who have rendered more efficient and
gallant service to the country. He is the idol
of his regiment, and we know that his brave
followers will miss him greatly during his ab
sence from his command. It is, therefore, to
be hoped his recovery will be speedy, that he
may again take the field against the enemies
of his country.
Wux rum DYING Navi WEEP.—The reason
the dying never weep is because the manufac
tures of life have stopped forever ; every. : gland
of the system has ceased its functions. s ln
almost all diseases the liver is the first manu
factory that stops work ; one by one the oth
ers follow, and all the fountains of life aro at
length dried up ; there is no secretion any
where. So the eye, in death, weeps not-Z:11ot
that all affection is dead to the heart, because
there is not a tear drop in it, any more than
there is moisture on the lip. It is a striking
characteristic of that terrible disease, the
cholera, that the patient, however suddenly
seized, never sheds a tear, even though Sur
rounded by weeping friends. The feature of
the disease is the suspension of the secretions
of the system, and the most active excretory
work by which the body is drained of its
MONDAY nest will be the Fourth of
an occasion that has been noted for celebra
tions, itc., to say nothing of the great event
of which it is the anniversary. This year,
however, no public demonstration will take
place in this city. Business will donbless be
suspended, 'and our citizens Will celebrate the
day in various ways, on a small Scale. ‘,' •
The Paxton Fire Company will'hold its pic
nic in Haehnlen's grove, and will doubtless
have a large number of visitors, as the pro
ceeds will be devoted to defraying the expenses
of erecting the new engine house of, the. com
A Union pie-nic will be held in Hoff tasia . #
woods. As there is no charge for adinifv.ion
to the ground this pic-nie will surely be fixten
sively patronized. All persons (except impro
per characters) are invited to attend.
The Old Soldiers will have thelir. usual
Fourth-of-July dinner, on Indepenaimee Isl
Several cff the juvenile military ap3sociations
Will hold their first ~ dress parade" on the
We have not/learned whether the bells,will
be rang or a national salute arced: %e l m )
should not be forgotten. Let us haveAttle
noise in the morning, to arouse the .peopl e
from their slumbers, and remind the m 'th4,
the great anniversary of our independence is
at hug I
„N TR FearatAcrwai . of Southampton town
ship, Cumberland county, had' one of his
fingers taken off by a mowing machine, on ,
. , ,
A comsenr of juvenile Zouaves appeared in
their uniform, on the streets, last evening.
They made a handsome appearace. The tug
form isbeantiful. . The boys will be out on
SETIMAL hundred bushels of cherries were
ogereykin4rtatlE44, thin motipillir ,--adriim three
td-eig'he cents fer quart:`' Raspberries were
sold at fifteen cents. Cucumbers made their
appearance, at high rates.
TEE Loan's SuPlutawill.be administered in
the Second Presbyterian Church to-morrow
afternoon at Sn'elbek. W. John
son will preach the preparatory sermon in the
morning at ten. He will also preach atthe
Wesleyan Chin:elk at eight in dile evening. ..
THE deserts; who was shot by the guard,
near Parkton, on the N. C. B. R., the other
day, was named Morris, and belonged to Can
ada. He had upwards of $4OO in his pos
session. The body was embalmed in Balti
more, and sent to Canada.
nuivni or xna•Crry. —During the month
of dune there were twenty-tWo interments ig
the Harrisburg Cemetery. Of these eight
were adults and fourtedn children. The small
number of interments during the month is
the best possible evidence of the healthful
state of the city, the population of which is
TIEE jury recently appointed by the mint
on behalf of the Pennsylvan% Railroad com
pany, to assess the value of the property of
John L. Shock, on the Pennsylvania canal,
have-awarded Mr. S. the sum of $10,000.
This sum seems small, considering the loca
tion and advantages poessed by the proper
ty, and Mr. Shock is urging the appointinent
of another jury.
THERE is a great demand for dwelling houses
in this city. A few days ago a gentleman
who had a house to rent advertised it in the
TELEGRAPH. Within a few hours after the
paper was issued - the advertiser received calls
from more than twenty applicants for the
house. Capitalists, erect tenant houpes!
You cannot find a better investment for ;pour
FEss of PHISICIANS.—The regular physi
claim- of Boston Have ' ° struck " for . higher
fees. The fee for a single visit, cases of 7eg
ular attendance, has been raised from two to
three dollars." Per a fast visit in consultati( In,
the fee will be from five to ten dollars. ?'.or
a visit in the night, or between the hour's of
9 o'clock P. m. and 8 o'clock A. u., the fee s
be from five s ,to ten dollars. At these pric es
few people can afford to be sick.
THE ordinance requiring the owners of
of hacks to pay a license and have their vel
numbered,went into effect yesterday. re
have noticed several numbered hacks on Ilse
streets;-and would remind the owners of tho he
yet unnumbered that a neglect to comply wi th
the prOvisions of the ordinance will subject
them to a heavy fine. Doubtless, all will ob , ey
the laws in thils matter, and'sive trouble. •
The ordinance requiring theatres, &c., to
pay license, also went into effect' yesterday.
Lana numbers of persons have already
passed through this city en rote for Gettors
burg, to attend the celebration:of the fourth,
which is to take place on the 'famous ba the
ground. The Chamberstourg-Sktiver Band 7has
been engaged for the occaaicsa ; Gov. Curtin
will s preside ; Rev. J. It. Warater will deli e'er
the address ; John Stewark, .Esq.,
bersburg, will read the Deelazation of Inde
pendence. The arrangements for the °ale ,
bration are'ample, and a glorious time is
Tna WEATHER. —Of course the weather must
come in for its share of attention, particularly
inasmuch as it is a matter ier which all are just
now deeply interested. A few days ago lan..
guage would have failed to give a sufficiently
superlative idea of the heat to do real justice
to the subject, and the same may be said of
the dry. The air, the clouds, the fields, are
dry—everybody is dry. Lerner - smiles and its
lips by ; ,dozen, which go lefiping down the
throats of the dust-choked community and
are slicked through straws and glass tubes,
readily testify to the drynel se of affairs. 'Un
like the tendency of everythhig else, instead
of going up drinks go drawn--down into the
pocket, down hill, do.wis in the glitter, down
into underground •solssons—they get people
down about as low as they can fall without
becoming polititiane or governreent contrac
tors; and all ren aototmt of dry weather. It is
not a pleasant thing to . be, dry, and thirst
malt bt'i quoriehed. People who visit the
street seem to be in a serni-choked conditiOn,
and they •nlartage by a frequent mopping of
the toms's. and the use of ice drinks, to con
fine thrilr niaibtlictions corteenaing the wea
ther # o moderate anathemas and moredrinks.
The ice men look on coolly and grin a , smile
of satisfaction. The sprinkling cart moves
lrp and down street dispensin . g artificial Show
ers, which are'ubsorbed by ti to cobble-stones
as qu.fekly as though the cart e . were shewer
ing a bed of . isihnge, and whit share the'envy
of> ail• who• long for moist e~. - Tlio weather
is decidedly dry t Ottifthygro•lbaronieter has
swung its indicator several Aspires beyond
the driest point, and it would dioubtlesi go
further if it had room. How all this will end.
• w - know not; brit it .is feared 'if we' should
again find-the thermometer- runnintg up into
the nineties, in the shade, that spontaneous
combustion, will ensue. Oh for a balloon.
la Simla ths above was put fit type we
hat% luid 4 glorious Avower of rain, such as
vas noodadlo have the patatonnd Ito! ri:crops
from the 'e ff ects of drought There is a pros
pot36't of another refreshing shower. Let it
come. Perhaps the . ssercury t lwill come doiri
to a point that will be endurable.
P. P. & We haire.lualihe emeded shower,
end seveval others: . "The - prosper s Air more
,v i re a l pha . - .
.A. C.z:Sid% of Wrightsviif4, ;jilt
preach in the 0. S. Presbyterian s church to-
Conarionost or Wnono DEPRESS/o?,i. —At st
meeting-. cif the Hope Fitt Company, No. 2,
held in the hall - Friday evening, July 'lap .
1t36 , k . ' it was
Relayed. That "the Woe Piesidell of the
company be requested to inform the ; public in
one of the daily pipers, that thiCcompany
have nothing to do, and are in no way con
nected with. the pic-nic which is to come off
in Hoffman's Grove, on the 4th day of July,
1864, and advertised as the Grand Union pic
nic, the information having gone abroad that
said party is for the benefit of this company.
Extract from the minutes.
• ROBERT R. BARB,
Parrot; Flax Come Ala Pic-Fc.—The fol
lowing named gentlemen lam been• appointed
officers to serve at the above pic-nic, to be
held at Hiehnlen's Woods, on Monday next,
July 4th: •
Gate Keepers--Geo F Weaver, George Faers
ter, A L Fortna, David Crawford, Peter Stick
er, Jacob Wetzel, J J Zimmerman.
Floor Manager—John Carichner.
Assistants-4 S Ellie, Wm H Eberly.
. . . .
Policemen Moses Fleck, A J Wickert,
Frederick Hiney, S B Abbott, Franklin Rhine,
HOnry Emanuel, David Simons, Solomon
Santo, J.acob Good, J L Santo, Henry Rohrer,
J L Weltmer, William Windsor.
The' policemen have positive instructions to
eject a, l l improper characters from the woods,
and to p •w serve order.at all hazards.
On her ti lashed brow a wreath,
Wha,t a -Are in her eye,
In her hand boquets,
Lo ! the splendid July!
Come, come, aL ye maidens,
With innocent Ayes.
Come, come, all ye matrons
Beneath the blue skies !
No languor o',er-shadow
Ye now, and no ills
Ye have only to read - •
Of the Cherokee Puts,'
Not cloudY, not solemn,
In Merwin's own health-btiseging
Pain:killing column !
The Temperance Cause.
MB. EULTOB:—AIIow Me a • short space '
your paper, to inform the citizens of Harris
burg that Mr. Leonidas Allen, the celebrated
Temperance Lecturer of Ohio, has-Just re
turned from the Grand Union Army, where
he has been laboring with great acceptability
and success, is now stoping in our city , resting
a little, and also preparing his 'lectures
delivered among the 'soldieri for publication.
By special request he wilt deliver one of his
popular Lectures in' St. Paul's Methodist
.Episcopal Church, (io*erly Vine strcipt,) on
next Sabbath evening, at . .7.1, eleiock. He
comes among us. ,recomatended Bishop
Scott, of the Methodist Episcopal Pbra'o l ;
Bishop Potter, of the Episcopal Church,:
also, by his Excellency, Abraham Lincoiri,..
President of the 'United States, Governor A. •
G. Curtin, besides many of our officers of
highest rank in the army. &di:mg the sol
dier,s he is bailed as the "Soldiers' friend."
We cordially invite the citizens to come out
and hear this_distingnished Lecturer upon
this highly Important subject. In order to'
secure comfortable seats come early, for those
who heard him three years ago in the . oc us t
street M. E. Church, also in the Baptist
Church, will neier;allolr, such a favorable op
portunity to pass without improving it.. It may
be the last opportunity . we shall ever have of
hearing him, as he designs going back to the
army in a short time to resume his labors
there. . , OWEN SYPHEED.
HAM Dim ! mutt :atm
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye
- 18 THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
• Ow way Harmless, True e /rheum.
Thislendid Hair Dye hp des Red, Rusty
or Gray Hair instantly to a Mossy Black or Nattirdeffrowa
without injuring the Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
Hair soft and beautind ; imparts fresh vitality frequently
mitering its pristine 'color, and rectifies the ill eft* of
bad Dyes. The genuine if; signed WILLIAM Az 'IIATCR
AR. All °them are mere imitations, and
' shoild he
wonted. Sold by all -Druggists,-Druggists,he FactoryBl RAR
CUT ST, N. Y.
YT Noliana's saw 'mum calm rots' G Sea HAI V.
';... ' the , Xi . eo f Fries, .usa
DriffTo Cle—,.... ry --flwrwThre --- t a hyuLLER, a seat.
er% .‘ cclebrat tdr e - 747,, T y
. akeas.oill kill a goad
cheep arils 1
'4OLD EYE - ar..63,, b ait-and Market **eta,
Philadelphia. I l lb3/ . e agents '
NEW yIORK. AUCTION. -
GREAT BAR GAMS IN MUSLINS
ar_ et 30 vials; *bra' 40
Full yard wide bleat. 1 4 1 m ---,-7 •
Bleached muslin, 100 leases. xo
Bleached muslin; GO teems. .
20 pieces of all wool ..ftmr.Ws choitit" , - - '
Black silk, 6 pieces. • -
Black stik, 10 pleceri. '
2000 'Yards of black alllo from m suction. 1 7 *
Beautiful,pearl tole r r. finish alpiuta. ,
Alpacas in leather rmlor„ Mono colors sne. othatrovors
While PaluhriCs, Wat,thilished French
lioceictts,lniUlarda, Iria h linen.'
' Splendid saeorttnent of rcalicos. " •
Cloaks, Cloaks, aloste.. 4.loakir '
Stookings, the.besa of ollespes4 • '
Pocket handkerchiefs Rrr ladies ; atall prlceti„
itariieillee'quilts and eraser for (owebi.
Shirthressts, all linen, at 20, 86, 40iiint Secants.
We hare now a very large.a lock of goo ds, all bought at
reduced prices, and which we will sell at priberu.Which
cannot rail to,igive
We havii also a very arge:lolsof slpuess, cashmere clo th ,
bombazine& . , • - ; a LEwy.
jam. '' •
Brown?s Bro4e .1.1.141 TrO6hes.
"I have never chlialled Inn-IMM reaptictlziethein from
the that, except to think:yet better or ttwt which t
thinkin well ,Rev. MARRY WARD BEE'gRER.
"The Troches are a statT of life to ale."
Pros. EDWARD NORM
Free. Hamilton College Clinton,
!Tor Throat Troubles they.are specific."
N. P. WILLIS.
"Tbo faeorably'known to need comtnenthnion."
Hon: C H AS. A. PHELPS, Pres. Moen. Senate.
"Contain no opium nor.anytiimi Injurious."
Dr. $ A. KAYE; Otxunist, Boston.
"An elegant eontbinitionior coughs,"
Dr .O. IGELOW, BOStOR.
"I recommend iheir use to publiespekkai." •
, • 'Rev. , 3 / 4 5; EitaiPlN
"Yost salutary ?alb/ha Bronchitis.", E
' Rev. S. WEGPElF,l),,.llorristown., Mak.
"Very beneficial when staring itemEoldis."- -
• Esc SJ. P. AND,EItsO)7,. SL, Lora,:
"Almost Instant relief in Um Obi treats', labor or. breath
ing peculiar,to Asthma)? ,
E. EElf,,sToic-Ic Ar
"alleY have sahial ease eage4tly rel•evisy th roat
so that ! could shit with sea . Dtimig s ur„
Chorhtek 'mb Parish Char en, Accusal—
Aktbere are imitatimar tw, afire ebtila the GENUINE.
jan2l4fitw, - -
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,4111.14.16,7 wasliseou Atteaded To ' ''.. ..
sionly i, 310 % . .x0ck. Sy, Sul, oftflooile and WV
and Wanumma, r„eniindly, aisle' NA and collected; i
mu faddist S, .e allow«) can have quir . inuthoosOono.
~ i cup, 4 l% _ waey4t
delf-iir . ..-- - ttorn Arri c Oro* itarridnus.lll,
rot the owe cif Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, are specially recommended to
ministers, singers dad persons whose vocation
calls thentto speak in public. Manufactured
only by C. A. Barn:wart it Co. ' Harrisburg,
Pa-, to whom all orders should be addressed.
ilruggist every where.
11 4 the following testimonials from some
of our eminftt clergymen:
.Herummvao, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. BannVAllT—,Darr Sir: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozenges
and other, preparations fir hoarseness; and
throat troubles, aud in comparison with them
all, can cheerfully commend your own as •a
most admirable specific for public speakers
and singe in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and cords. I have found them serving in
time, of need, most effectually.
Yours truly, T. 11. ROBINSON,
Pastor. of N: S. Pzesb,yterian Church.
,fflEf-I agree with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Bannvart's Troches.
W. C. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of O. B. Presbyterian 'Church.
ELLarasaturz, Jan., 1 6 64.
To C. A. Bias" t'T MIT—De.) I Sir: In th habit
of speaking very frermeatly, 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 inyOnr
I consider them very ter superior to any
Lozenges that I have ever used, in removing
speedily that huskiness of the voice arising
from its too frequent use, and impairing th
effectiveness-of the delivery of public, a.
dresses. Yours, Etc., •
JNO. WALrEII JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
To 0. A. Rctosvairr—Diar Sir: Having usec
your Troches, I am free i to my they are
the best I have ever tried and take great
pleasure in recommending them to all persons
atilicteck ,sorej throat or huskiness of
*Ace ariiing Bronx blip speSkii4Oi singing.
Yours, &0., G. G. RAITF.STRAW,.
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
Dispicm ATToBNEVIII OFF/OZ,
HinvagitlEG, Feb. 29, 1864.
To O. A. BArarvairr—Dear Sir : r have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lifying hoarseness and ,in strengthening the
muscles of the threat.' They bhpart clearness
to the voice, and are certainly of great belie
lit to all public Frpeakers. A. J. EIEJIF.
TO whom a liberal bounty will be given
Apply at the Brady Hnnse. ivl
A PRINTER WANTED.
AN industrious, painstaking and intelligOnt
man wanted in a country,newspaper office. A
manwho'neltheedrinks liquor, uses tobacco, nor sweare,
will be preferred. Permanent employment at a fair sal
ary will be given. inquire at the office of the DAILY ?Kt,
VOTIt - Or five "Shanty-keepers,' „to whom
.te4etie i , which are ready for tide, wtll he furnished,
'Rh' the purpoite or accommodating boardera. Map, fr..rn
60 to. 60 hborers. Apply James . Martin, on the N. C.
It. le., Mahmitogo"mountiM6 3 , mite3 suave Millersburg.
4.(3PENTS *tinted to sell, the Standard His
' coiy.pr the 'Star. A care. chance. to make money.
Ngehtllaxe Ofearlim from lfeff to inenar 200,000
jOirdetialreadir'eold. Sand fei Circulars. - Addrese
JONES BROS. '& CO
de te: Publishers, Baltimore, Md.
WANTED—A good pastry Cook, and a
good meat Cook. Inquire at the
ap3o-dif BRADY HOUSE.
MRS. N. IIaYER, No. 13 Narkd Street,
BEING desirous of closing her Summgr
Stook of Millinery Goods, offers for sale at greatly
reduced prices, such as
SILK AND STRAW BQNNETS,
KILTS AND FLATS, &C.
Constantly on hand, a splendid assortment of
; lr&t.Arrrs, . .
EtrdEfES, - "
, • HOOP SKIRTS:
- • GORgETS,
FANCY GOODS, W..
Dealers Will do well to call, as great bargains con be
had at wholesale.
FIREWORKS! FIREWORKS 1!
. WHoYaraA Lig A.I4D B.DTaiti
THIRD MEET, NEAR WATHOT,..HARRLSBDTIG, PA.
THE following stook of Fireworks is new in
Roman Candies, Rockets,
Pin Wheels, Mines of Stars and Serpents.
Water Pots, Flower Pots,
Scroll Wheels, Hengelo Lights,
Triangles, Blue Lights,
Red, White and Blue, Spangalettes,
Chinese Rockets, - Fulling CraekerS,'
fire Crackers,. Torpedo., ,
torpedo Ss Firecracker Gun, New Torpedo Bow,
Jose Stiek, eryunk„ Maga, Be.
Now is the time to purchase while there is a goo as
sortment. JOHN WISR,
jettAtt , Third street, near Walnut,
SELLING OUT LOW!
OUR STOCK OF _ IQUORS!
uTE, intend to diacontinne - the sale of 11-
quont and offer ourldoek at .a very small advance
Nunvost price. ' We have purchased all our' Liquors be
' the last rise and have a large mock on hand for three
years, which are guaranteed cannot be purchased
nryriee from.tho.itoportera- ,
now at a.
ourscoo.Nl-1 I S 13E S
of all grades. .-. `a of three barrels pore EYE, not
andv 'Wove proof, 2g, years old.
colored, n 10 degrees
WINEA.of all Grades, . tomestie and Imported,
-°BIELAN_BRANDY, i on
We have part of 3i cask Nvipon of families for
to:which we Invite the particsdarit.
modirinal purposes. &Am
The Brandy cannot be bought to-day, VA0.,„2 per gal
leon than $l5 per gallon. ' We will sell it .
13. 1 COTCH AND ENGLISH ALES,
We invitejpe inspection of Hotel Keepers and Lig,
Merchants generally, as .we 'intend to sell, without 1 ,
serve, all our Liquors, and this will be a good opportn•
city for bargains. -
MO SmOLER & FRAZER.
RALPH L. MACLAY,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.—Patreot and Union
building, Harriablttg. 2 Strict attention paid to all
legal business. Militerriolahns collected.
• etyl.o-d6e.eed -
FINE TABLE 0048i 1 -40 boxes fate tablt
oils of the beet iasportations for sale, wholesale ano
retail, by SHLSLER & FRAZER,
rnys trathessors to W. Dock, Jr. &CO
Qittu.KEl) s Taiox— FINE — SiOKED
SALMON, jut received at
• man & FRAZER,.
• feta (canoeist:its to Wm. 1)4)4, Jr, &o..)0
•". ''GRANIT'FIREMEN'S PIG-)(1;
dos THE Bianztiriv 'but
PAXTON FIRE COMPANY,..NO.,-.6
1 - I,A.VanNIAWN'S
MONDAY, JULY 4, 1864.
Tokets:. •... ' cents.
r•IHE object of this pic-nic is to raise funds
11 to aid in the completion, of our new engine house,
now in course of erection.- We hope the citizens of this
city and vicinity wtli lend.Us a Itelping hand.
It is the determination of 'the committee of arrange
ments to 'prevent all improper characters from entering
the woods. The gate keepers haVe positive orders to pass
no females of doubtful reputation, and the police force
have instructions to eject all such charactere from the
grounds, al eubi tip gain pdqatancie tty oxidant. We
are tletettoMed tbgt rote bpi respect-QM ..pericuis shall
PartielPate, illtefid to maxolatta .mtpoositole pio•
nig; in that Men can tiring titelr familial and not be in
sulted with the presence of lewd women. An adequate
police force hos been appointed, with instructions to pre
serve order at all hazards,
A general invitation is extendei to all liverymen to ran
conveyances to the woods.
Cionveyanec.a will leave the following places every hour
during.the day, for the woods: Mr. Jaws , hotel, opposite
the, hose house; Mr. Koenig's hotel, feat of Second street;
M. Wagner's Second Ward House; Mr. Rauch's Washing-
ton Hensel and 10. Frisghe's International House.
Tickets can be procuied from the membert of the com
pany, or from the following committee of arrangements:
David 4 Fortner, Geo. F. Weaver, Jr., John Carichner, C.
F. Vollmer, Patrick Burns. je2B.dst
THE GRAND UNION fIC-NIC,
To be given in honor of Independence Day at
/301r . V.MAN'S WOODS,
ON MONDAY, JULY 4th, 1864.
ADMITTANCE TO TILE WOODS FRE&
CARS will leave the Pennqlvania Deppt at
nine o'c'ock A. M. and two o'cleek r. st., and return
at half--past sevon
Fare in ears to woods and return, 25 cents.
* The committee cordially invite all citizens to ParticiPEW )
In the festivities of the day. Nq Impr.per characters will
D. E. Merlin, . Wm. Carson,
A. IL Frankeu, Henry Snyder,
Faught, Henry He Hut,
Writ F. 114.'Coy, • Jams Sprucebanks.
'Ample refretlituents µ ill be supplied.
ANOTHER LARGE, ASSORTMENT
Phot 'rasp : Albums.
B° l Thia• - •
gut mid ittaantedjitith two heavy gilt clasps,
1/o,Pimureblur... . , $3 00
4 0 ~ . 800
$0 II 4.1
-- • ? 400
together wlth *risme other styles •of binding, sizes and
prams, which will be sold cheap.
Soldier,s you cannot buy, a prettier, more durable and
Cheaper album anywhere.
Cail and see at
HOTEL AT PUBLIC SALE.
THAT valuable Hotel property known as
on Market street, Harrisburg, Penn's, will be offered. at
Public Sale, on the premises, on Wednesday, the 20th of
July, at 2 o'clock, P. n. This property Is in the centre or
the butines part of the city, within a allure of the
Court House and n-ar the Railroad Depot, hay] , g a front
of 27)6 feet on Market etre t, extending back 210 feet to
a 20 leet street in the rear, and now rents at $lOO per
month. • --•
,Terms of - sale—one-half eash—t...he balance, if desired
secured by mortgage, in yearly payments to salt pur
For further information inquire of
' JOHN S. DETWEILER,.
Attorney-at.favr. Harrivqrg, Pa.
= BENJ. PARKE,
Parkvale, Susquebamas county, Pa.
BIOGRAPHY FOR 'BOYS.
THE FARMER BOY, az4 howhebeca;ne
• ` $1 25
THE PIONEEREOY, entli low he became President., el 25
THE FERRY BOY, and the Flninoler,
THE PRINTER BOY, or how Ben. Franklin made
hie mark, $1 25
THR FARMER BOY, and how he became. Lieuten
ant General. In press.
A YOUTH'S HISTORY OF THE REBELLION, from
Fort Sumter to Roanoke; elegantly illustrated. $1 25
At . BERGNER.% BOOK STORE.
UNC LAMMED GOODS
REICIL.. 12: THES ,WARFIOLSE 09.T1.18
PHILADELPHIA AND HEADING- R. IL COMPANY
MBE aitieleS described in the following
Schedule, having boon consigned to Harrisburg 'sta
tion, on the Philadelphia and Reading railroad, and the
consignee; after due and legal notice; not hti*kg taken
them away, nor paid the costs and expenses of carriage,
will be_expesed at Public Sale or Outcry, at Harrisburg
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1864;
the sale to commence at Ten o'clock in the forenoon of
A Graham, 1 barrel vinegar.
William Soh!, 1 keg liquor.
[W,] 1 caalt ware.
Thomas Pear, 2 boxes mdze.
.No marks, 1 do do
Sergeant White, 1 do do
Elizabeth Albert, Ido , do
No marks, 1 box mdze. .
do do 2 bags mdze.
do do 1 stretcher. .
do do 2 saddles and bridle
do do 4 knapsacks.
do do 4 carpet bags
do do 2 black valises
Lieut Keller Robb, 1 valise,
David Rue, 1 box mdse.
The above articles will be exposed to public sale as
-aforesaid, according,to the provisions of the drat section
of the Act of Assembly of the COmmonwealth of Penn
sylvania, approved the sixteenth day of March, A. D.
1858; with all the requirements of which. -the Philadel
phia and Reading Railroad Ccimpaity, herein all
complied: The Act of Assembly is as follows:
"Commission merchants and factors, and all common
carriers, or other perilous having a lien upon goods, warm
and merchandise, for or on account of the costs and ex
pensea of carriage or storage, or auty'other charge arising
from thexransportation, keeping or storage of such pro.
Petty, in case the owners or 'consignees shall not pay or
discharge the amount due for such cost, expense, carriage,
storage or other charges hereinbefore named, may, after
the expiration of ninety days from the notice "hereinafta
provided,' proceed to sell the same. or so mach thereof as
may bo 'necessary to discharge said. lien, at public auc
tion: Provided,' That - notice of sale shall be given as re
quired for Bheriff 's Sales of personal property, and that
thirty days' stake of said lien be given to the owner or
consignee of the property, if they can be found, and in
case they cannot be so found, that the same shall be ad
vertised weekly in some newspaper published in the
proper city or county to which the good; wares or mer
chandise have been consigned, for tour consecutive weeks
before the sale, the Dxsidue of money arising from such
sale, after deducting costs of transportation, charges and
storage, advertising andlude, to be held subject to the
order 'of the owner or owners of tomb property-"
G. A. NICOLL,S, Gener4,Superittbandent,
Harriaburg,-Pa.;: Judeltith, 18al:-4141toaw
GEORGE MARK, of Sotith Hanover town
ship, offers himself as a candidate for the office of
, u,zgrEtt, of Dauphin county. If elected, Mr. Mark
'ai xtez hi ms elf to perform' the duties of paid.ottlbe'with
adelrtq• je29 dame
RIAGRINERY AT PRIVATE SAILE.
()NE criVAT MORTISING MACHINE;
non .Tenanting Machlikaa ; One Gears' Irregular
law; .ono Ward:B,l'4W SpOke Machine, will inail,9oo
as per day . ; one
_414(• MaChine; Ono Felloe Baader;
3 ,,P a• waasag .Lattie, MeHlag, &a, ill good order, and Nth
TL WWI% MM . &
be said . ', JOSEPH LEAS,
lanwatof Seid Eba,,lo - -
- ' 41 w • „,M"
llind-we,eklT.PaY "' —r°; L
B v4 w4r o y e r KoabM or. Y. 10
4 i pen ev%1.3,,et s rvf4 : vitedj . o vied,
P. le' e its pi ff l
1 40 3 4gPi n i el l" w
VANTVi ' ! Y HALL.
mwanyvaT, BZWW D.
OEEN EVERY arvEgm-0, : .
With a First-class Company of
AdmieSlNO.Mts,. HANGERS, COMEDIANS, kc, &c.
teats in Boaeg ...... 15 cents.
INSTRUCTION BOOKS AND MUSIC
FOR THE MELBDEON,
iNSIRUMENTS OF THE ORGAN CLASS.
UNDRIM nELODEON IisTSTRUOTOR.
Containing the Elements of Music, Progressive Ex
ercises, and a large collection of Choice Music. $2 25
NEW METHOD FOR TBE MELODEO.N. Wetted
mainly from "Zundel's Instructor," and containing
addition to Lessons and Baardsas, , a Collection of Popular
'Songs, and a variety of Psalm arid Hymn Tunes , v. 50
CARHART'S MELODEON. Eledienta ff and Progres
sive Studies, with a collection OrChOice Vocal and In.tru
mental Music. at 50
AMERICAN SCHOOL FOR THE MELODEON 150
MODEL MELODEON INSTRUCTOR, 1 50
WINNER'S PERFECT GUIDE FOR THE MELODEON.
Designed as a Self Instructor, with Choice Music. so
MELODEON mritoLT A MASTER. SO
WOODBURY'S MELODEON INSTRUCTOR.' 50
GREEN AND W ELODEONINSORUCTAR. 60
HOWE'S SERAPH' NE AND ME LuDEO N INSTRUC• C o
THE SERAPHINE. A collection or Musiil for the Me
lodeon, Sotaphlno and Reed Organ, • 50
The instructions in each of the above books are suited
not only to the Melodeon, but to all instruments of similar
construction. For sale by J. E. Gould, Philadelphia,
Oliver Dioxin &Co , Publishers. Boston. • 1e22-tf
rpum Undersigned Commissioners, named
1 in an Act of the Legislature, approved the 4th day
of May, 1864, entitled an act to incorporate the Millers
burg and Roush Gap Railroad Company, 'hereby give
public notice that books will be opened for receiving sub
scriptions to tho Capital Stock of said Company at the
following named limes and places in the ominty of Dau
phin, to wit : At the honstrof Jacob Lenker, In Gratz
town, on THURSDAY, the 23d day of June, inst. At the
house of Benjamin Bordner, in Berrysburg, on MONDAY,
the 17th day of June. inst. - At the house of J. G. YeagiFr,
in Millersburg on THURSDAY , the 30th day of Jun;
. At the JONES HOUSE, in the City of Harrisburg,
on TUESDAY, the fith day of July neat; and thm at said
times and places some two or more of the Compigssioners
wilt attend, and that the Books will be kept open at least
six hours, commencing at 9 o'clock in the forenoon on
every day, for the term of three judicial days, 'or until
the number of shares authorized by the law shall hare
been subscribed. • DAVID R. PORTER,
JAMES PREVIA ND,
G. M. BRUBAKER,
HARRISBURG, 181. Juno, 1884:
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BUILDING,
A New Philadelphia Cloak Store. Have now a splendid
SPRING & SUMMER MANTELS,
FRENCH CLOTH CIRCULARS,
NEW FRENCH . SACKS, AND
NEW FRENCH LOOSE BASKS.
The above beadiful samples, in .very color and hand
somely trimmed, from $7 10 to tab.
1000 SILK PIANII%.I 2 '
CIRCULARS, SACKS AND
Handsomely and rh lily trimmed, from $lO upward.
LHILDREN'S MANTELS IN LARGE VARIETY .
NO EXCUSE • FOR EXPLOSIONS
ABEICROIa'S LOW WATER DETECTOR
IS AN INFALLIBLE PROTECTION against
explosion or burning of the hum or boiler, as noth
tug can prevent it (if not tampered whh)-roin giving im
mediate notice of lack of water in the boiler, in season to
put on a supply Without dmiving the tires. Want of water
is the great source of so many sad cdtastrophes a Lice
have recently occurred. •
We warrant this instrument to be a perfect insuranc
against such contingencies. Price $5O.
Full Instructions as to then:*l6M application as well
as rotereuce to moat of the prominent miuhrfacturers and
iron masters of the State using them, sent on application
'D. C. liF-ADE Si CO.
Pittsburg, h .
D. C. MEAD, I
Caes. MAam j
MRS. J. HIBBS,
RAS 011eal) Ax
N 0.8 BIAR.K.ET SQUARE,
(Next door to Feft.'s Confectionery,)
WHARE SHE IS` PIEPARED to Bell to
the ladies of Harrisburg and vicinity .the,..
Latest Styles of . 1110nery and Fancy Th Goods,
At cheaper prices than any house in the city. e quality
of her goods cannot be surpassed.
DRESS At 4 KING IN THE LATEST STYLE
Will be neatly executed.
Ladies call sad examine for yourselves. aplitiltjyli
CLOAK sTon, E,
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BLOCH,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS ANDL ARS,
.PINE SPRING SRAWIS.
will open on the let of April. Vaar2t—lity
8 a pleasant, healthy beverage. "s:ie
Very convenient and refreshing for invalids having
fever or great thirst. - -
Its portability recomMends it 'o inn:tilers.
Its conveniince at pleenics will be apremated.
No sugar required; one table-spoonful simply dissolved
in a glass or cold water and it is done.
KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOOD STORE,
jell No. 91, Market street .
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Common
Council of the city of Harrisburg, have echnpleted
the levy and assessment of taxes for thelear 1864, anti
that all persons shall be entitled to an abatement of
FIVE PER CENT.
on the amount of their rasnective City Tame% on, pay
ment of the same to JOHN T. 11, ILSON, euty,Tma
surer, on or before the Ist day of July, /864 7
By order of the Common Council.
DAVID HARRIS,. pierk.
HARRISBURG, June 21. 1864
N B.—Taxes will be received by the Treasurer until 7
o'clock P. as , or each day. je2l
T IQULD RENNET yieldir with milk the
j most luscious of all deserts ibr the - tablei the light
ed!, and most grateful diet for' invalids and children.
Milk contains every element of "the bodily Cepstitutton:
when coagulated will rennetlt Is always light and easy tt
digestion, and supports the system tritn the least possible
excitement When still greater nutritive power is dethed,
cream andsugar fluty be added. A teaspoonful converts
a quart of milk into a firm curd. Prepared and - soul,
wholesale and retail by S. A. BUNKED.
Us Market street.
PROVOST Kennals Owincit, 14ra Initritreorr:
HARRISSITRO, PR, June 8,
TO DRAFTED ME IN.—I . oted' . by
ri g; e rr r o eo m ita v rt i _r al dratte,„ o.
.1.. Lieut. Col. J. V. Bomford, A. Ern
; 1 864, to
su b b_ at
General, by his ci. cuter, No. 511, of , li, A
lieh "That drafted men are not to enlist as yd.un
teeineran wilt atte r re lle m i ai ng n dra for tted the ; a m'
were drafted, n o matter er IFital bounty bait WLae
not been paid to such l i t n 1 11 441 6114ti ne*'
NO. - KAY CLEKKET,.
De PrCrirog INa? hal, 14th IMIN,
10 , ""
, MELODEONS, SHEET -ESN,
AsS, FLIJTES, GUITMIS VANJOS,
iarleS, DRUMS FIFES, and all kinds of
MiItRiMIANDISE, PICTURE FRAMO:' .lii
Vn,.PII9TOGRAPH CARAS and ALRIIIIOI, All4O-
GRILS, ANGRAVINGS, PICTURES , itc.,&m...4 .
Remember the place, &LAS WARD, *re. AR, lOW
Week th e largest Xuslc Store this side o f the great cite.
50 DOZEN JAIW
comprising ß y t Tow Chow , Cauliflower,
Mixed /laid% ClartA ,Wainfuta and O
k i na• ode
whiitelidtt ot . reta4ll: • SHISLER
llare • " --1 iftweepan to W, Do*, Jr';