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MI EVENING, JULT li. 1810.
ri AN t 3 c o NTIf Y
of the Thermometer To-day.
it A. al
y for 100 Days' Service.
Aersigned have been authorized to
impany of Cavalry for One Hundred
!rvice, Uncle r the late call of the Gov-
Headquarters may be found at
i Market street near Fourth, and at
k Adams' Livery Stable.
FRANK A. MURRAY,
W. A. DEAN,
THEO. G. THOMAS.
Tri WAITED.—AppIy to R. J
Harrisburg, Pa. jyls-4t
—A first lieutenant with 35 men.,
id lieutenant with 25 men, for the
.ervice. Apply immediately at the
, Market Square, to Capt. Fenn,
wderly sergeant with 10 men.
Ilia morning, in going from Kahn
;ore in Market Square, a Porte mon-
Itaining between five and six dollars
greenback, and the balance in post-
The finder will be rewarded by
it to this office.
iiladelphiaus have bought a splendid
for Gen. Hancock's wife.
iore men wanted for Cavalry at the
Market Square. This company
,itively be mustered in immediately,
a few men are ranted.
ODD FELLOWS of this city have con
to postpone their pic-nie, which was
iced to take place at Cold Springs, on
inst., owing to the unsettled state of
clonal affairs. Due notice will be given
time when it will be held.
in numbers of men for the one hun-
Lys' service have arrived here within
two days, in response to the Gov
appeals !o the people. Most of them
mg, able-bodied men, many of whom
141 experience. in the field. No doubt
fle number required will soon be ready
'NATIONS IN BEATER AND WASHINGTON
—The Union men in this Legislar
district halo, nominated Dr. R. R. Reed
J. R. Kelley, of Washington county,
il. M. S. Quay, of Beaver county.
. Kelley and Reed were members of
t Legislature, and distinguished them
ranking among the first in that body.
)STITOTES IN TROUBLE.---A den of in
in Liberty alley, was visited, a night or
;o, by the police, who captured the pro
iss, Kate ltafton, and two of her board
-fed Margaret Condor and Molly Rogers,
of whom went to jail, to await a trial 'at
at court. Several 'gentlemen" who were
esent were also arrested, and held in bail to
►pear as witnesses in this case.
TM HEALTH. Or THE AtTDITOII GENERAL.-
.e Auditor General of Pennsylvania has
.en lying dangerously ill for many weeks,
etuating between dreary forebodings of
.ath and earnest hopes of recovery. Within
eel: past, it was believed by his physician
t Mr. Slenker might possibly recover, but
as stated to us this morning, by a gentle.
do who had a private letter treating of the
'ealth of the Auditor General, that all
pe of his restoration to health had almost
'.aced to exist, and that he could not possi
y live for many days. We refer to these
is with unfeigned regret, as, during Mr.
enker's official career in the State Capital,
• have learned to regard him with the re
•ct due an honest man and faithful officer.
we still hope that the worst fears of the
ily and friends of the sick man may even
by dissipated, and he restored to his health
a official usefulness. The State can ill
ord to lose such men as Isaac Bleaker.
, WHERE IS THAT PEACE MAN?—Wheel the
Mond hung heaviest on our Southern border
-when it was sadly believed that the invader
was fast approaching to desolate our fields
Deeming with their rich harvests, and despoil
l iar homes of all that was dear 'and valued—
blatant copperhead in this city became vo
erous for peace. He was for peace on any
rms! and he did not care who knew' it.
here his cowardly heart lied, because he
inanted the rebels to know it. Lackinglove
f country, engrossed in selfish pursuits, and
eped in political prejudices, such are the
n who form and constitute what is called
opposition party in this State. Since the
nger of invasion has passed, these men are
sullen and chagrined. They are disappointed!
That's the word. They wanted invasion, be
cause they imagined in their cowardice and
sympathy for treason, that the rebel thieves
world pass them by only to pilfer and perse
cute the friends of the Union.
—A few more such excitements as we had
within the past ten days, will do the cause of
the Union good. The ordeal of such a crisis
reveals the true condition of all Men; and we
may justly write that none now appear more
openly convicted and disgraced, than those
whose discretion was too weak to control their
sympathies for treason. wheth they rose in a
blatant cry of peace, or a blo citation to
riot and anarchy. Time moves n rt
doe comes apace. Then, let - ns be patient!
Tun DaArr.--Tho third supplementary
draft for Dauphin and Juniata, and the second
for the other counties in this Congressional
District, was made, at the court house, in thin
city on Wednesday. In this drawing one
hundred per cent. was added to the number
of names required to fill the deficiency in the
quotas of the respective counties, under the
calls for seven hundred thousand men. It is
probable that no further draft will be neces
sary ina Majority of the sub-districts.
The men drawn for Dauphin county are
notified to report at the court house in this
city for examination, on Tuesday next, the
19th inst., at eight o'clock, A. tt.
Those drafted in Union and Snyder will re
port at Sunbury, on Thursday, the 21st; those
of Northumberland at the same place, on tho
22c1; those of Juniata, at Miftlintown, on the
3 P. M
1 Joseph J Sheets, aged 26, laborer.
2 Unah J Noblet, aged 37, carpenter.
EAST ILINOVXM TOWNSHIP.
1 David R Kißinger, aged 34, wheelwright.
2 Wm Onmacht, aged 26, farmer.
3 Alex Bricker, aged 26, farmer.
4 Abram Beam, aged 30, miller.
5 Joseph Long, aged 27, shoemaker.
6 John Jones, aged 35, carpenter.
7 John H Rambo, aged 21, farmer.
8 Harrison Spangler, aged 32, farmer.
SOUTH HANOVER TOWNSHIP.
1 Wm Stouffer, aged 24, laborer.
2 Samuel Holstine, aged 36, laborer.
381 7 FERSON TOWNSHIP.
1 David Kehres, aged 26, laborer.
2 Josiah Lenker, aged 33, farmer.
3 Geo W Bressler, aged 36, farmer.
4 Jonathan Spayd, aged 37, farmer.
5 Daniel Bressler, aged 42, farmer.
6 Peter Etzwiler, aged 20, farmer.
1 Jacob Rumberger, aged 25, laborer.
2 Abraham , Powell, aged 23, miller.
3 Jacob Snyder, aged 24, shoemaker.
4 Jonathan Willard, aged 43, farmer.
MIDDLE PAXTON TOWNSHIP.
1 David Hock, aged 40, laborer.
2 Jacob Baker, aged,36 farmer.
3 Geo Shateek, aged 44, farmer.
4 Ferdinand Dewalt, aged 37, laborer.
OPP= PAXTON TOWNSHIP.
1 Simon Weaver, aged 43, laborer
2 Daniel Lebo, aged 42, farmer.
1 Henry R Musser, aged 44, laborer.
2 Wm W Davidson, aged 20, farmer.
3 Peter R Remick, aged 36, coachmaker.
4 Wm H Moore, aged 35, railroad agent.
5 Jno Cramer, aged 44, laborer.
6 Benj F Kepner. aged 23, clerk.
7 Jere berCoy, aged 20, laborer.
1 Jerome Rath, aged 27, dint.
2 Jno Rainier, aged 41, looktender.
3 Win Basking, aged 43, postmaster.
4 Henry Smith, aged 42, tobacconist.
5 Thaddeus Morgan, aged 31, carpenter.
6 James Humes, aged 36, shoemaker.
7 Wm Waruser, aged 35, inkeeper.
8 David Heikle, aged 40, boatman.
9 Samuel Kepner, aged 23, laborer.
10 Jos W Knoutll, aged 36, laborer.
11 Saud Krugh, aged 35 coppersmith.
12 Jno Fasnacht, aged 28, shoemaker.
13 Jos Lighter, aged 39, carpenter.
14 Richard Dern, aged 34, tailor.
15 Jacguest Roach, aged 25, farmer.
16 Jno Ditty, aged 22, catioeuter.
1 Jno Man, aged 37, farmer.
2 Elias Goodman, aged 22, laborer.
3 Alex M'Allister, aged 37, miner.
4 Israel Haberling, aged 27, farmer.
1 Jonathan Fox, aged 27, farmer.
2 Wm Wagner, aged 33, laborer.
3 Bonj Straw, aged 36, blacksmith.
4 Daniel Wise, aged 32, farmer.
5 Thomas Brand, aged 22, laborer .
6 Peter H Shaffer, aged 40, carpenter.
1 Jno Buckley, aged 28, laborer.
2 (teo Shomper, aged 22, miner.
1 Juo P Kelly, aged 43, farmer.
2 Benj Shellenberger, aged 40, farmer.
1 Jacob Gunter, aged 38, millwright.
2 Wm Lauver, aged 23, laborer.
3 Jas Bri , hanan, aged 40, farmer.
4 David Steward, aged 26, laborer.
1 David W Doughton, aged 43, carpenter.
2 Jno M Leech, aged 35, laborer.
1 Jno McMeen, aged 30, farmer.
2 Nathan Griffith, aged 29, farmer.
1 Saionel Stine, aged 32, miller,
2 Jackson Rage, aged 21, laborer.
3 Adam Earnest, aged 39, farmer.
4 Lucien Louder, aged 21, laborer.
5 Josiah Webb, aged 20, laborer.
6 Josiah Long, aged 23, laborer.
1 E Robinson, aged 23, farmer.
2 Jas Woodsides, aged 21, farmer.
3 Thos Young, aged 20, laborer.
4 Wm D. Walls, aged 31, farmer.
5 Jas Murphy, aged 40, machinist.
6 Alex Eaton, aged 41, farmer.
1 Leonard Groninger, aged 38, 'humor.
2 Wm Whistler, aged 23, farmers-.
1 Amos Crapes, aged 22, farmer.
2 David Shellenberger, aged 24, fiarmer.
3 John Seely, aged 30, laborer,
4 Peter, Feery, aged -
5 Tobias Stroup, aged - -
6 Jno F. Keeler, aged 38, farmer.
7 H S Scholl, aged 22, tanner.
8 Isaac Sellers, 27, aged laborer.
1 Joseph Saba, aged 38, laborer.
2 Michael B Zerbe, aged 22, laborer.
3 Fred Stroup, aged 23, tavern keeper.
4 Lewis Wilt, aged 28, laborer.
1 David McDonald, aged 25, fanner.
2 Samuel Philips, aged 321, laborer.
1 L J. Manbeck, aged 22, laborer. •
2 Uriah Mayer, aged 24, laborer.
1 Wm Hartman, aged 26, carpenter.
2 Thos Enmbarger, aged 27, farmer.
1 David Price, aged 26, laborer.
2 Win Hummel, aged 41, blacksmith.
3 Jacob Wolf. aged 26, carpenter.
4 Emmet P Neits, aged 27, shoemaker.
5 George Homier, aged 21, laborer.
6 Emanuel Sanders, aged 45, farmer.
7 Jonathan GambY, aged 27, carpenter.
8 Geo John, age 30, farmer.
9 Benj Sheffer, %PIK laborer.
10 Emanuel Neils, aged 40, teacher.
11 Jacob Yerger, aged 26, laborer.
12 der B Hale, aged 38, farmer.
13 Nathan H Herrold, aged 40, blacksmith
14 Jackson Glace, aged 23, laborer
15 John L Supple, aged 30, boatman.
16 A G Walls, aged 26, doctor.
17 Andrew Homer, aged 36, farmer.
18 David Yerger, aged 21. farmer.
19 Henry Shall, aged 27, farmer.
20 Henry Swinefort, aged 21, carpenter.
1 Reuben Musser, aged 43, fanner.
2 Henry Gilbert, aged 37, carpenter
1 Henry Harbin, aged 28, blacksmith.
2 John Darn, aged 41, register and recorder
3 Peter M Hackenberry, aged 20, teacher.
4 David Wilson, aged 44, clerk.
NITDDLE CREME TOVTICSICEP.
1 Speaker Smith, aged 35, tanner.
2 Henry N Wetzel, aged 33. farther
5101 , TROE TOWNSHIP.
1 John F Hottenstine, aged 30, farmer
2 Geo Ulrich, aged 43, gunsmith.
1 Wm Arbogast, aged 13, farmer.
2 Peter Reichenbach, aged 25, farmer.
3 Tillman Hoffman, aged 27, laborer.
4 Wm Page, aged 20, farmer.
WEST PEERY TOWNSHIP.
1 Samuel Dorn, aged 41, laborer
2 Elias Landis, aged 40, farmer.
Jno F Schnee, aged 41, tanner.
2 Geo W Wolf, aged 22, laborer.
3 Samuel Strout, aged 23, laborer.
4 Wm Spade, aged 23, carpenter.
5 Benj Dunkleberger, aged 44, plasterer
6 Peter Auker, aged 23, farmer.
7 Samuel Reichenbach, aged 42, farmer
8 Henry Motz, aged 21, farmer.
1 Chas Wetzel, aged 28, farmer.
2 Andrew Russel, aged 42, farmer
1 Abraham Esh, aged 43, farmer.
2 Chas McFall, aged 22, teacher.
3 Samuel Hurst, aged 38, blachsmith
4 Wm N Baker, aged 26, huckster.
5 George Rangler, aged 32, farmer.
6 Samuel Mathers, aged 20, farmer.
BAST BUFFALO Tow Near,.
1 Abraham Aurand, aged 39, farmer
2 Andrew Seehler, aged 21, laborer.
WEST SIIITALO TOWNSHIP
1 George Bush, aged 31, distiller.
2 Jacob Kline, aged 23, laborer.
3 Daniel Miller, aged 28, farmer.
4 John Kline, aged 30, laborer.
1 John Lechty, aged 21, laborer.
2 Henry Dorman, aged 34, farmer
1 Israel Beaver, aged 37, plasterer.
2 Ira Catheriman, aged 29, carpenter
1 Robert Wendle, aged 20, coaehmaker.
'2 Joseph M Housel. aged 29, carpenter.
3 R G Nesbit, aged 33, coal merchant.
4 Wm C Painter, aged 44, machinist
5 Henry Heitzman, aged 24, moulder.
6 Adam Reidaba,ch, aged 41, laborer.
7 Joseph Musser, aged 43, farmer.
8 Chas C Dunkle, aged 27, merchant.
9 And Diffenderfer, aged 25, wagonmaker.
10 George Reed, jr, aged 21, bricklayer.
11 Theodore C Taylor, aged 20, dentist.
12 Joseph Shepard, aged 20, student
13 Henry Guise, aged 23, coaehmaker.
14 - Wilson S Paul, aged 23, blacksmith.
15 A Donachy, aged 43, cabinet maker.
16 _Franklin Mecham% aged 25 boatman.
17 DAniel Newman, aged 29, laborer.
16 Wm Nagel, aged 42, boat builder.
19 W C Wendel, aged 21, cabinet maker.
20 Wm M Reber, aged 21, doctor.
21 Peter Mentze, aged 31, teamster.
22 Robert Chamberlin, aged 29, merchant
1 Benj Chambers,. aged 41, farmer.
2 Daniel Shrader, aged 30, laborer
1 James L Ayres, aged 24, jeweler.
2 John V Barber, aged 40, merchant.
3 Solomon Engle, aged 28, laborer.
4 Henry C Bogenriel, aged 32, blacksmith
1 Isaac Steller, aged 36, laborer.
2 Geo Harmindinger, aged 37, shoemaker
WHITE DEER TOWNSHIP.
1 Jno Campbell, aged 26, laborer.
2 Mahlon Bickel, aged 27, carpenter.
Drawn Thursday, July 14.
LOWER AUGUSTA. Towssarc.
1 Hiram R Miller, aged 26, farmer.
2 David Neidig, aged 21, laborer. •
COAL TOWNSEEP AND SHAMOKIN BOROUGH.
1 Daniel Yost, aged 37, carpenter.
2 Christian Martin, aged 39, moulder.
3 Martin Hoffman, aged 36, miner.
4 A lbert Nolter, aged 36, miner.
5 John Weir, aged! 26, miner.
6 Joseph Conrad, aged 33, carpenter.
7 David W Weaver, aged 28, clerk.
8 Jeremiah Yordy, aged 25, clerk.
9 Owen M Fowler, aged 20 printer.
10 Samuel Martz, aged 28, miner.
11 Michael Troy, aged 40, laborer.
12 Fredk Kramer, aged 34, laborer.
13 Jacob Stillwagner, aged 28, laborer.
14 Harman Snyder, aged 40, wheelwright.
15 Jno Caldwell, aged 37, justice of the peace
16 Martin Gose, aged 27, laborer.
1 Lorenzo Westcott, aged 34, minister.
2 Franklin Gearhart, aged 42, minister.
3 W W Armstrong, aged 27, teacher.
4 Christian L Wagner, aged 30, blacksmith
5 Geo W Overpeck, aged 25, Ulmer.
6 John IVOlman, aged 30, laborer.
7 Joseph 8 Dixon, aged 21, shoemaker.
8 A J Gtiffy, aged 40, attorney.
1 Nathan Fetterman, aged 33, blacksmith.
2 W F Foust, aged 34, distiller.
1 Isaac 0 Billman, aged 24, farmer.
2 Andrew Robuck, aged 39, farmer.
MT. CABXKL. TOWNSHIP.
1 Jerry Delany, aged 33, miner.
2 James Brinan, aged 38, miner.
3 Daniel McDonald, aged 36, miner.
4 dames O'Brien, aged' 38, miner.
5 James Gordon, aged 38, laborer.
6 Michael Early, aged 30, miner.
7 John Anthony, aged 24, miner.
8 John Scott, aged 40,, miner.
9 G W Parvin, aged 25; operator.
10 James Camfield, aged 23, miner.
11 John Deffiy, aged 30, laborer.
12 John Cole, aged 33, miner.
13 E Hackerty, aged 38, laborer.
14 James Brinan, aged 36, miner.
15 Mortz Kennedy, aged 35, miner.
16 Miaow. Crane, aged 30, laborer.
17 Joseph Davis, aged 30, miner.
18 John Smith, aged 40, miner.
19 John Donahue, aged 35, miner.
20 Wm Camfield, aged 25, miner.
21 Daniel McAndrew. aged 37, miner.
23 Wm Souther, aged 35, miner.
23 Isaac Duttery; aged 36, laborer.
24 John McGee, aged 36, miner.
25 Patrick Horne, aged 36, miner.
26 Patrick Foley, aged 40, miner.
27 Jame. Geshan, aged 44, labor=
28 John Graham, aged 32, laborer
29 Martin Brinan, aged 36, miner.
30 George Madey, aged 40, laborer
am maxim sonotrou.
1 Jonas Stine, aged 40, merchant.
2 Samuel Smeliz, aged 36, teamster
P.OENT TO wNSHIP.
1 W J Beacham, aged 22, miner.
2 Reuben Johnson, aged 29, farmer.
3 Daniel Thatcher, aged 25, farmer.
4 Anthony W Newberry, aged 35, laborer
5 George Vandevender, aged 20, laborer.
6 Daniel Witmer, aged 35, laborer.
7 Isaac Bidlespach, aged 41, farmer
8 Hugh O'Neal, aged 35, laborer.
1 Aaron Roadarmel, aged 37, laborer_
2 Joseph Davis, aged 31, miner.
3 John Smith. aged 40, miner.
4 John Donahue, aged 35, miner.
1 Solomon Yeager, aged 25, laborer.
2 Eliaha Thrap, aged 36, farmer.
3 Geo W Arnold, aged 24, railroader
4 Jacob J Reed, aged 42, bricklayer.
1 Wm. X'Andrew, aged 22, laborer.
2 Peter Smith, aged 34, miner.
Ansusr or a. SurposED EtrnonAn. —Levi
Blessing, the same individual who was posi
tively identified by Mrs. Jackson, as the per
son who entered her store some few weeks
since, for which offence he is now under bail,
was arrested yesterday afternoon on the charge
of entering the residence of Henry Thomas,
Esq., the night before. We understand that
he was seen in the vicinity of Mr. Thomas'
house about two o'clock on the morning of
the robbery, while he contends that he was at
home all night. The evidence seems to be
strong against him, and several others with
whom he has been associa' ing have suddenly
absented themselves. We hope the guilty
parties of these many robberies lately com
mitted in our city may be discovered and
severely punished. Blessing was committed
to jail for trial,
lam ammo- at the Brady House, a hand
some sword, sash and belt were presented by
the members of the company from Williams
port, to Capt. George Jones. The sword was
presented on behalf of the donors by Mr.
Bartholomew, of Schuylkill county, and elo
quently responded to by Capt. Jones. On
the same occasion, a handsome sword sash
was presented to Lieut. Jack, by the mem
bers of the company. Mr. E. T. Smith re
ceived the sash on behalf of Lieut. Jack, in a
very patriotic speech. Eloquent addresses
were also made by Lieut. Bubb and other
members of the company.
THAI= & NOTES' great cirous, and Van
Amburgh's mammoth menagerie will arrive
here on Friday of next week, and will pitch
their immense pavilion near the cotton fac
tory. No doubt everbody will attend. This
great show will remain but two days.
SWORN Ix.--Capt. Sanno's company of
mounted men has been filled and sworn into
service. They will go to camp to-day.
The Curtin Peneibles, Capt. Mitchell, have
also been sworn in.-They will.also go to camp
Itazzr Boon) THIC Fr-ao, BOYS.—Captain
Orem is raining a battalion of 100 days'
men. We would recommend him to all who
wish to enlist, as he has been in Virginia, un
der Uncle Sam, for the last three years.
Headquarters Camp Surtin and White Hall
Hotel, Harrisburg. $5O bounty will be paid
to all recruits. jyll-dlw*
Alen Wanted for the Cameron
A few more men, for the one hundred days'
service, are wanted for the Cameron Guards.
Apply at the headquarters, at the Ellsworth
House, Market street. Fifty dollars bounty
paid. J. D. SUTLIFF, Capt.
Lt. J. W. WOODBURN, 6th P. N.
Rally for the Cavalry
Young men are wanted to 1111 a cavalry
company for 100 days. $5O bounty. Gov
ernment finds horses, and everything else.
Call at Big Tent, Market Square.
2t G. WASHINGTON FENN, Captain.
A 817PZEIOS lot of Stock Hogs for sale at the
Harrisburg Drove Yards.
A LEG-.A.14 WARNING-
TO TRAITOR SYMPATHIZERS.
Attempting to Obstruct the Efforts to Recruit
For the benefit of a class of men in this and
other communities who have engaged se
cretly and even openly in efforts to impede
the raising of volunteers in answer to the
summons of the National and State authori
ties, we print the following act of the Assem
bly, passed April 18th, 1861, Pamphlet Laws,
page 408. It is an extract from section 1, and
after defining the offence' says:
* * * Or any person who shall give or
send any intelligence to the enemies of this
State or of the United States of America; or
shall with intent to oppose, prevent or sub
vert the Government of this State or of the
United States, endeavor to persuade any per
son or persons from entering the service of
this State or of the United States, or from
joining any volunteer company or association
of this State about being muster-d into service,
or shall use any threats or persuasions or of
fer any bribe, or hold out any hope of reward,
with like intent to induce any person or per
sons to abandon said service, or withdraw
from any volunteer company or association
already organized under the laws of this Com
monwealth, for that purpose; every person so
offending and being legally convicted thereof.
shall be guilty of a high misdemeanor, and shall
be sentenced to undergo solitary imprison
ment in the penitentiary at hard labor for a
term not exceeding ten years, and be fined in
a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars, or
both, at the discretion of the court..
—We call neon every good citizen who is
eoguizant of the violation of this law, to lodge
Information of the fact with any District At
torney, whose duty it is at once to engage in
the prosecution of the parties charged with
the offence described in the section we have
quoted. There are men who are constantly
prating about the Violation. of law, whose acts
render them daily amenable to the law in
question. Let them be tried by their awn
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W. C. CATTELL,
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lianatanuno, Jan., 1 0 64.
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Yours, Ac., G. G. RARESTRAW,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
DISTRICT ATTOICRIP'S OFF'/CE,
Hanaumuna, Feb. 29, 1864.
To 0. A. Bann - Tara—Dear Sir : I have
found your Troches to be Invaluable in re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthening the
muscles of the throat. They impart clearness
to the voice, and are certainly of great bone
lit to all public speakers. A. J. HERR
DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED!
DR. BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS cure, to
lees than 30 days, the word cases of NEhVOU:. , NESS,
Impotency, Premature Decay, semiaal Weakness, Insan
ity, and all Urinary, Sexual and Nervous Aneenons, no
matter (Mal what cause produced. Price, One Doll.r per
box. Sent, post-') .id by mail, on r c ipt of an order.
One Box will perfect the cure in most cases. Address
JANES S. BUTLER,
Jylf.d.kw3m General Agent, 429 Broadway, N. Y.
AlHillary Balances Attended To
Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, Subsistence and Mitary
sad War Claims, generally, made out and collected. Per
8011S residing at a distance can have their business trans.
acted by mall, by addressing
BUGEI , TESNYDER, Attorney-at-Law
derMly Third street, Ilanisburg,.Pa.
Pure Vegetable Medicine.
ONE of the very best 'Vegetable Medicines
is now offered to the citizens and stung of theri
city. It will purdy the blood, and leave the liver and
bowels In a good healthy eoadition. Operates without the
least pain. Old and young, male and female, all can take
of it. As to the truth of this hundreds can testify, as it
has boon well tried for the last ten years. it is prepared
only and sold by Mrs. L. Ball, No. 27, wuth Pine street,
flarrialoirg. Pa. my2ll
AWHITE WOMAN to take care of child
ren. Apply to Hrs. T. J. Jordan, Walnut strut.
ICE WANTED. --
AFEW tons of ice wanted at the Jones
House Pomona haring the contains of an Ice house
to dispose of will find a purchaser by addressing
jyl4-3t PROPRIETORS, JONES ROUSE.
TWO substitutes are wanted. $6OO will be
paid for men that will pass. Apply al the
jy9-dlw* UNION HOTEL.
$75 A se M. win O g NT c H. hin — es. Agr e tS wanted
will give a cot l e is- 11
mon on alt Machines sold, or employ agents who will
work for the above wages and all expenses paid. Ad
dress D. B. HEItItINTON & CO.,
.19 542 w * Detroit, Mich.
WANTED lATAIEDIA.T ELY.
FOUR or five "Shanty-keepers," to whole
Shanties, which are ready for use, will be furnished.
for the purpose of accommodation boarders. Also, fr'm
50 to 60 !.borers. Apply to James Martin, on the N. C.
R. It., Mahoutongo mountain, 3 miles [wove Millersburg.
WANTED—A good pastry Cook, and a
good meat Cook. Inquire at the
ap3o-dtt BRADY HORSE
AGENTS wanted to sell the Standard His
tory of the War. A rare chance to make mode}}.
Agents are clearing from $lOO to $2OO per month. 200,01.
volumes already sold, Sand for circulars. Address
JONES BROS. & CO.,
de 30 publishers. Ftaltimore. Wit
GEORGE MARK, of South Ra.nover town
ship, oilers himself as a candidate for the office of
RI,AsTER, of DaOphio (aunty. If elected, Mr. Mark
pledges himself to perform the duties of said office wit',
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS.
HAsstesusci, June 9. 1804.
1 1 HE undersigned respectfully offers himseli
to the Republicans of the 14th ttingresslonal Dis
trict of Pennsylvania, composed of the enmities of lieu
chin, Juniata, Northumberland, Union and lituyder, fo
nomination by the several county oonvectiona of the ma
District fientdtel „TORAH Y.Ffor
RIIDOLPH MILLER; of East Hanover
lowsobtp, offers himself as sesatlidate for the ofho
or kegisuar. iV nonapnatiod and elated he P airs htm.
self to !WM the duties of the *Moe with ddelUrr. ,
jead2w~ RI7DOLPEI Mania,
PIANO FORTES, MELODEONS, SWEET MUSIC,
VIOLINS, FLUTES, GUITARS, BANJOS,
STRINGS, DRUMS, FIFES, and all kinds of 11LUSI
CAL MERGRAND.SE, PICTURE FRAmES, WORTS&
GLASSES, PROTOGRA PR CARDS end ALBUMS, AAI oRO
- GEMS, ENGRAVINGS, PICTURES, &C., &C.
Remember the plum, SILAS WARD, No. 12 Third
street, the largest Music Store this side of the great cities.
ELODEONS AND CABINET ORGANS.
TWENTY-SIX FIRST PREMIUMS,
TWELVE SILVER MEDALS.
ONLY GOLD MEDAL (ever woo by lastruotouta of tick
class) ban be &worded to
MASON & HANUN'S INSTRMENTS:
A fall assortment of these lutruments ILIWItYII oc harm
at W. KNOCHE'S, Sole Agent,
je4-2taulyl 93 Kultet street
NEW MUSIC FOR SABBATH SCHOOLS.
Sabbath School Trumpet,
A COLLECTION OF
Hymns and Tunes, Chants and Anthems
APPEIDED TO WHICH 15 •
"THE ORIGIN OF THE SEASONS."
W. 0. & H. S. PERKINS.
SPECIMEN copies of this new work will be
sent post toad on receipt of 25 cents. Special at
connect is directed to the "Trumpet" as being a collec
tion of &tusk! particularly suited to the young, and one
that cannot fail to be generally adopted. The Cantata is
is ono of the most attrectivdthat has been published. It
is easily presented, and for this reason Neill become popu
lar in all dab with Soho.ls as soon as introduced.
Price; In boards. 30 ; • paper, 26. Just published by
Oliver Odeon &Co , 271 Washington street, Huston. Pot'
sale y J E GOIJLO, Philadelphia.
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITYI
lAM happy to offer to the public a large
and spneadid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pens are well finished, elastic, and will give Cu
PLEASE TRY TITESI.
SCHEFFER'S BOOK STORE,
Second street, opposite Prebbyterlau Church, Harrisburg
Steam Weekly to Liverpool.
TOUCEUNG at QUEENSTOWN, (Cork Har
bor.) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool,
New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are in
tended to sail as follows:
City of Baltimore, Saturday, July 16; Etna, Satur lay,
July 23; Euitiburgh, Saturday, July :3U, and every suc
ceeding Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44, North River,
RATES OF PASSAGE,
PATABLI DI GOLD, OD MG ZQUTILLLID72 . IN °DERMOT.
FIRST CABIN $BO 00 STEERAGE $3O Ihr
do to London 85 00 do to L0nd0n...... 24 00
do to Paris 96 00 do to Paris 40 00
do to Hamburg.... 90 00 do to Hamburg... 67 00
Passengers also forward to Havre, Bremen,
dam, Antwerp, &c., at equally low rates.
Fares from Liverpool or Queenstown: Ist Cabin, $76
$B5 $lO6. Steerage, $35. Those who wish to send for
their friends can buy tickets here at these rates,
For further information apply at the Company's Mee.
JOAN G. DALE, Agent, 16 Broadway, N. Y. or U. u
ZIIIMERMAN, Harrisbuin, (Maly
I S a pleasant, healthy beverage.
Very convenient and ref reehing for invalids nas, nl
fever or great thiraL
ha porta , llity recommends it 'o traveler?.
Its convent , COO at pic-eice will be apreciated.
No sugar required; one table-spoonful simply clissolvel.
in a glass of cold water and it 19 done.
HELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOOD STORE;
"- No. 91, Market street
A. GOOD CHANCE.
THE subscriber wishing to retire from busi
ness, will sell out his entire sleek, cossstlng of
Dry Goods, Noi.t.P, Snood, Groceries, Htisiery, .to., all well
a. looted and dealt-sole for present trade—SOUGHT
FORE THE ADVANCE.
Also, will sell or rebt the Hou.s) on easy - terms To an
enterprising man or firm fins is a good o o portunity to go
into business It is a pieamnt location—good busnifts
doing now and amid be easily increased.
AMEETING of the stockholders of the
"Union Railrotd and Mining Company" will be.
nett at the Continental Hotel, in the city of Philadeli bias.
Friday, the 22e day of July, A. D 188.4, at one o'clock
P. et. of said day, for the purpose of electing seven Direc
to 's to manage the affairs of saidcompany for the ensuing
ye a*, and to transact such other busumes in ivbioll sala
company is Interested, aq may be brought before that
meeting. By request of the B and eft hectors.
IYSi COLDER, President.
HARMS:At - 1W antie 30, IStl4 je2o-€..43,".•
LETTERS testamentary on the estate of
Hannah- Forney, lato of Halifax townahlp, Dauphin
o •unty, having been granted to the undersigned, residing
in said township, all persons indebted to sal I estate are
requested to make Immediate payment, and those lit'de;
claims agalutt the same will prei.ent them for settlement.
jet) °dad* SAMUEL LANDIS. Executor.
NOTICE—The annual meeting of the stock
holders of THK AMEhICAN INDIXENDFNT TEL
WRAPH COMPANY ail be held at the cake of the In
pendent Telegraph. Company, No. 21 South Street. in th'
city of Baltimore, on the 12l DAY OF JULY, ISM, at
11 A Br. GEO. C. PENNIMAN,
ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGES.
PURSUANT to an order of the Court 01
Quarter Sessions of 1 uuphin county, notice is hereby
gavel to the Commissioners of said county, and to the
property.holderb along the lino of Vorbeko street, from
falcon to Seventh Street, in the citylof Harrisburg, that upon
the petition of the President of Council of said city, the
Court has appointed six viewers to assess the damages
caused by the opening of said street, and that they wig
proceed to assess said damages on Wednesday, July 20th
next, at 10 o'clock, A. m. t at which time all parties inter.
ested may appear upon the ground if they think proptr.
jy6-dlOt JOHN W. BROWN, City 'Solicitor.
MBE undersigned, appointed by the Or
plans' Court of Dauphin county to distribute the
balance in the hands of the administrator of JAMES A.
JACK, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will attend
for that purpose at his office, on Saturday, the 23d day of
July, inst., at 10 o'clock, A. u. All perscrts imeissiett are
'invited to attend. D. FLEMING,
HARRISISURG, July 4, 1864. Auditor
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that in
pursuance of the act of Assembly of Pennsylran , a,
passed the tint day of June, 1839, the stockboldelt of the
Franklin Bank, of Washington, Penna., will apply to the
neat session of the Legislature for a renewal of Its char.
ter, with ou increase of its capital from $150,000 to
$200,000. C. M. RE',..l), President.
WASHiNGTOX, PA, June 24, 1884.. • Je27
PIIILADELPHIA COLLEGIATE INSTI
TUT& FOR YOUNG. LADIES, No. 1530 Arch
=treat. Rov. CHARLES A. BIRTH, D. A, E. CLARENCE
iMITR, A. M., Principala
Ninth Year. Three departments: Primary, Academe;
tnd Collegiate. Full college course in Classics, Mane ,
=Ulm, higher English and Natural Science for chase
alto graduate. Modern Languages, Music, Painting and
.glocntien by the beet masters. For ciirculark apply at.
ho Institute, or address BOX 2611 P. 0., l'acleiphis
NOTICE TO DISCHARGED SOLDIERS.
ALL soldiers discharged on account of
wounds received in battle can have their SlO3
isitatty under act or March 3, DM collected by calitai
immediately on or addreseing, by Mail
Attornepat—inw, Third street, Harrisburg, h.
1.9000"8" GOD H, of the cele
tested St. George brand, Just recent
Arid for sate by SEMLER & FRAZER,
feel (Baoceasors 10 iVra. Dock, Jr., & Vo,}
BASKETS, BASKETS, in great variety at
saist.r.a do FRAZER,
kat 311C00eliOre to W. Dock, Jr., &
FRESH PINE APPLES just received at
3EfJaSLER & FRAZER,
atin Sneesstort to W Dock, Jr., It Co
LLOTSfor sale on the corner of Third a d
RTIVI streets. Enquire of WM. A. lieFA. WEN.
JOH?: SRO' , P,