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WEDNESDAI EVENING, JIM . 211, 1864,
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY. —A good stout
Oy to learn Power Press work. Must be able
bo write a good hand. Apply at THIS OTTICP.
Second Ward Meeting.
There will be a meeting of the citizens of
the Second ward this evening, at the Second
Ward House, to make arrangements to fill the
quata under the late call for volunteers. Let
every interested parson attend, in order• that
something may be done to avoid a draft. The
hour of meeting is eight o'clock.
BLiCEBERR/ES appear to be unusually plenty.
They were sold at frow four to ten cents per
quart, this morning.
SMALL SWINDLING.—Ten-Cent notes altered
into fifties by the pasting process, are in cir
culation. They can be detected very easily:
Tau city of Reading offers $3OO local bounty
for volunteers under the late call of the Presi
dent. Wake up, ye citizens of Harrisburg!
THE CURTIN FENCIBLES havo been mustered
into the service, with Capt. A. J. Dintinger,
and Lieuts. S. M. Mitchell and S.M. Sayford,
as officers. They have received the county
bounty authorized by the commissioners.
THE annual statement of the city finances
will be found in our columns to-day. The
table contains a full exhibit of the receipts
and expenditures for the year ending in March
last, and will . be of interest to our citizens
THE NEW CALL—The call of the President
for 500,000 more troops will probably meet
with a more prompt response than the former
calls.. The length of the term of service has
heretofore met with considerable opposition,
but under the present call it is optional with
the volunteer to serve for one, two or three
THE CROPS.—The crops in this neighbor
hood have all been harvested, and yielded
very well. We do not hear a single farmer
complaining. Next week oats will be cut,
which is an indication that the season is
pretty well advanced. Corn and potatoes look
well, but want rain. There will be plenty to
eat, and may be had cheap, If our people
hang a few speculators.
LUTHERAN Pic-NlC.—The committee of ar
rangements for the Lutheran pie-nic have
secured the use of ears for the proposed ex
cursion to Derry. It will positively take place
on Saturday noxt. should the weather he fa
vorable. The little ones in the Sunday
School will rejoice to learn that a day's plea
sure is in store for them. The train will
leave here at eight o'clock in the morning.
THIS morning's market was Nell supplied
with seasonable produce. The display of
fruit and vegetables was unusually large, and
prices were high. Apples were sold at 25c
per half-peck ; berries 4to 10c per quart ;
cabbage 5 to 18c per head ; tomatoes 15 to 25c
per dozen : cucumbers 15 to 20c per dozen ;
corn 200 per dozen': peaches 37c per quarter
peek. Butter sold at 25 to 40c ; eggs 20 a 25c.
GRAND UsioN Pre-m . o.—A grand Union Pic
nic will be held in Haehnlen's grove, on
Thursday next, the 21st inst. ; under the di
rect management of James Sprucebanks and
S. Leib. Au efficient polico force will.be en
gaged to preserve order. The public are in
vited to attend.
Ombibusses will run from the corner of
Third and Market streets and from the
Washington House, corner of Sixth and Wal
nut, duridg the day. jyl9-3V
LIEUT. B. H. OBEs, attached to the 2lat
Pennsylvania cavalry, and late "local" of the
Lancaster Evening Express, has been Com
pelled, by ill health, to resign his position in
the army, and return to his old vocation in
the printing office. Ben is a valiant soldier,
having greatly distinguished himself on the
field, but his surgeon deems him unfit for
further duty in that direction. He will, how
ever, be equally valuable at home, as be
wields a facile and powerful pen in the Union
TnE publishers of the Pittsburg dailies have
raised their price of subscription to $lO per
year, or 25 cents per week. Cause—the in
creased expenses incurred in the publication
of the papers, by the advanced price of paper,
A large number of our country c.xehanges
hare issued but half-sheets the past two or
three weeks, and we would not be surprised
to see many of them suspend operations en
tirely, ere long.
FOTJETII WLUD 3/TING.—An adjourned
meeting of the citizens of the Fourth ward
will be held at the Hope Engine House, this
owing, at 7 o'clock. Every citizen of the
ward is expected to attend, as immediate ac
tion is necessary in order to avoid a draft.
A large meeting was held last evening, at
the Hope Engine House, for the purpose of
making arrangements for filling the quota of
the Fourth ward. It was agreed that a lib
eral local bounty shall be offered to persons
who will volunteer to the credit cd.the ward,
and a considerable amount of money was sub
scribed for that purpose. If the balance of
the citizens will contribute as liberally there
will be no difficulty experienced id tiling 40.
FROM OLD Mom= CumEItLAND.—A. ft&
company of one hundred days' men arrived
here to-day;- fighi Mechanicsburg. ' Capt.
Zinn, who has seen considerable active ser-
vice, is the commanang officer. The compa
ny is composed of able-bodied men, who
will give a good accormi of themselves.
THE one hundred (rays' men in camp here
are being formed into two regiments, one of
which will be comnumerecl by Col. Fisher and
'the other by Col. Naugle—both veteran offi
cers, who have given a noble account of
themselves by their grillant deeds in the field.
The Dauphin county coompanies will, we lean,
be attached to Col. N;nugle's regiment.
Tat winter session, of the New York Uni
versity Medical OoHoge, of which Drs. Mott,
Paine, Draper, Po st, Budd, Loomis and
others, are the professors, will commence on
Monday, October IL7th, and continue until
the Ist of March next. This is one of the
largest medical imititutions in the country,
and no students are permitted to graduate
unless fully compeltent to practice medicine.
Circulars containing full particulars can be
obtained by addressing Prof. Draper, Presi
dent of the Faculty, Now York.
OFFICER Funsiacr..ct; captured and brought to
this city, yesterday, four deserters, three of
whom belonged too the 20th Pennsylvania
cavalry, and were forind at their homes in this
county. One of the party had joined a hun
dred day company, the roll of which was being
called as officer Frraddin was passing by. The
detective heard a mime which he knew to be
on his list of deserters, and the "brave boy"
was arrested at once.
Detective Franklin is a shrewd officer, and
deserters must be -very sharp if they escape his
notice. He has brought numerous skedad
dlers and bounty -jumpers to justice.
POLICE AITAII tS—Before the Illowor.—Orsa
mus Hassler, arr ested for disorderly conduct,
was fined and disv harged.
H. Garrety, W ex. Riley and Thomas Coch
ran, arrested at the depot, as suspicious char
acters, had a hearing and were discharged,
Wm. Mason, a vagrant boy from Philadel
phia, had a hexing this imorning, and was
placed on a train with orders to proceed home
David Bran', a snspici DUB character, was
re-committed to the lock-up for a further
MUSTERED IN.—The First City Zouaves were
mustered into the one .hundred days' service,
yesterday. The ranks are fu?i. The officers
are: Captain—John Bell: Ist Lieut.—Harry
C. Damming; 2d Lieut.—Joseph E. Rhodes.
Tho Zouaves have already received orders to
obtain their uniforia,, guns and other equip
ments, and will probably be plt.ced on duty
at once. The whole company is composed of
good men, who will make brave soldiers. The
officers have had experience in the field, and
are fully competent to comimand those who
have so gallantly volunteered tq defend the
VIOLATIONS OF CITY OBDTSANCES,.—AbStiIOI3I
Blessing, a countryman, was.before the May
or, this uiorning, on a charge of violatingsee
tion Bof the market ordinance, by selling
meat in less quantity than by the quarter—he
having no stand rented. He wa,. fined $3 and
Samuel Boyer, another countryman, was
selling "at large," for which he was arrested.
It appears that he recently rented a stand,
but subsequently let it to another person, and
concluded to sell wherever he could find room
to dispose of his produce. The Mayor dis
charged him with due notice that if he would
repeat the offence, he would he fitted as the
Wz have received a note from V. A. Eons%
Esq., the well known mauler, in which he
informs as that he has engaged a number of
star performers, many of whom are brilliant
planets in the theatrical world, for the en
suing season, and that he will introduce his
new company to the people of Harrisburg, on
Monday evening, the 15th of August. It is
the intention of Mr. Reuse to present the
best of plays to our citizens, and as his troupe
will be superior to any other that has ever
visited the city, we can assure him that he
will be greeted with crowded houses. Mr.
Rouse has won a rep station that will warrant
him in anticipating a long and profitable
season in Harrisburg.
Com-Ina:mu) blANNtens—A &idler's Wife
Turned Out of the House.—The Pottsville Mi
ners' Journat gives the following instance of
Copperhead hospitality to the soldiers and
On The*iday last a man named Clemens
Ackerman, who owns a house on Sanderson
street, in which the wife of Mr. William Hoff
man, a soldier of the 7th Pennsylvania Cav
alry, resides, throw her furniture out, because
shelves in arrears to him for rent a trifling
amount. Mrs. Hoffman, vrho is a respectable,
industrious woman, with„ 'unfortunately, two
children sick at the priment, said that ehe
would pay him at the end of the month; but
he persisting for imme diate payment, she
offered to pay the amount at once. This, in
a passion, he refused, and! thsew the furniture
out as stated, and even 'the medicine of the
sick children. The affear so incensed the
loyal women who live in the street, that they
resolved in mass meeting to thrash Ackerman,
and replace the furnituro. The resolution was
carried out "so effectively that the unreason
able, bard-hearted Copperhead landlord fled
for his life, and Mrs.. Hoffman was again
placed in possession of the premises. Acker
man was afterwards ?arrested, charged with
assault and battery •on Mrs. Hoffman. He
had a hearing before Squire Reed, and was
held in 1500 bail to a alswer.
Pacuroviow or A Cuarral COUNTY. MAN, FOR
GALLANT SERVICE / x ram Frucm.—We were
pleased to learn, at the Adjutant General's of
fiee,lhat Private Pi. Hutchison McCoy, of 'the
184th Reg., P. V.,. has been commissioned as
a Second Lieute/Aant of Company B, for gal
lant service in t'Ae field. In one of the late
battles before P stersbure, Private McCoy con
ducted himself like a soldier and a man, and
we arepleased now that he received the pro
motion he so gallantly won. Lieut. McCoy
will do honer to his rank, and when he is
again ableicti - take the AEA we expect to hear
Of Ida still. *juin higher promotion.
NOTICE. - To Soldiers Discharged on Iccol47i . f
uf Wounds Received in line of Duty.—Tho un
dersigned is prepared to collect the $lOO
Bounty due all such soldiers.
SULLIVAN S. CHILD,
Telegraph Printing Office, Harrisburg, Penn
THE CAMERON GUARDS. —This cA?rapany,
which is nearly full, is in camp. A few more
men are wanted. The officers are Capt, J. D.
Sutliff and Lieuts. J. W. Woodburn and j. G.
Keener—all of whom have been in active
service in the field, and were good soldiers.
The headquarters for recruiting are at camp
Curtin and at the Ellsworth House, Market
street. iylB dlw
RECRUITS WANTED.-Dr. H. W. Miles, for
merly captain in the 84th P. V., has received
authority to recruit a company for one hun
dred days' service. Able-bodied young men
are wanted to fill up his organization.
For particulars apply at his headquarters,
or Miles' Drug Store, corner of North and
Third streets, or at Miles' Grocery Store, on
Ridge Avenue. jylB-tf
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iikktehelorqi Oelebrated Hair Dye
IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
rite only Harmless, True and Reliable Dye Known.
This splendid Hair Dye is perfect—changes Red, Rusty
or Gray Hair instantly to a Glossy Black or 11Tafurai Brown
without injuring the Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
Hair soft and beautiful : imparts fresh vitality frequently
restoring eta pristine color, and reclines the ill effects of
bad Dyes The genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCH
ELOR. AU others are mere imitations, and should' be
avoided. Sold by all Druggists, &c Factory-81 BAR
gLAY ST, N. Y.
I'ATUIRLOR'S NSW I'IILET ORMAN FOR DRZEIBING MR HAIR
liiiitury BUSilleSli Attended To.
Bounty, Potation; Back Pay , Subsistence and Military
and War Claims, generally, made out and collected. Per
sons residing at a distance can have their business trans.
acted by mail, by addressing
de1.741.1y Third street, Harrisburg, Pa.
Pure vegetable Medicine.
NE of the very best Vegetable Medicines
is now offered to the citizens and strang of thenssl
city. It will purify the blood, and leave the liver and
bowels in a good healthy condition. Operates without the
least pain. Old and young, male and female, all can take
of it. As to tho truth of this hundreds can testify, as it
has boon well tried t'or the last ten years. it is prepared
only and sold by Mrs. L. Bali, No. 27, wink Pine street,
Harrisburg, Pa. my 23
EDITOR OP TELEGRAPH
Dear Sir:—Wltlu your permission I wish to say to the
readers of your paper that I wilt send, by return mail, to
all who wish it (free,) a Recipe, with full directions for
making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, that will ef
fectually remove 112 ten days, Pimples, Blotches, Mtn,
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving the same
soft, clear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also mail fire to those haying Bald Heads or Bare
Faces, simple directions and information that will enable
them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers,
or a Moustache, in less than thirty days.
All applications answered by return mall without
charge. &spectrally yours,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
jylo-d&wbtri 831 Broadway, New'York.
A CARD TO THE SUFFERING.
Swallow two or three hogsheads of "Buchu," "Tonic
Bitters," "Sarsaparilla," "Nervous Antidotes," &c., &c.,
&c.,. and after you are satisfied with the result, then try
one box of OLD DOCTOR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECI
FIC PlLLS—and be restored to health and vigor in less
than thirty days. They are purely vegetable, pleasant to
take, prompt and saint - ay in their effects on the broken
down and shattered constitution. Old and young can take
them with advantage. Imported and sold in the United
States only by JAS. S. BUTLER
No. 427 Broadway, NOW York
air4tgent for the United States.
P. S.—A Box of the Pills, securely packed, will be
mailed to any address on receipt of price, which is ONE
DOLLAR, post-paid—money refunded by the Agent if
entire satisfaction is not given. jyls.d&w3m
DO VOU WISH TO BE CURED!
DR. BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS cure, in
less than LO days, the worst cases of NERVOUSNESS,
Impotency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weakness, Insan.
ity, and all Urinary, Sexual and Nervous Atfectlons, no
matter from what cause produced. Price, One Dollar per
box. Sent, post-paid, by mail, on receipt of an order.
One Box will perfect the cute in most cases. kddress
JAMES S. BUTLER,
,iyl.s4l.kwam General Agent, 429 Broadway, N. Y.
For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, ,kc., are specially recommended to
ministers, singers and persons whose vocation
calls them to speak in public. Manufactured
only by C. A. Bannvart ik Co. ' Harriebttrg;
Pa-, tc , whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist every where.
Read the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen:
HA881881320, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. &Liftman—bear Sir: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in comparison with them
all, can cheerfully commend your own as a
most admirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually.
Yours truly, T. IL ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
Arrl agree with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Bannvart's Troches.
W. 0. OATTP.r.T 4 ,
Late Pastor of 0. El. Presbyterian Church.
ELkszumuno, Jan., 164.
To C. A. Bkaavairr—.Der Sir: In th B habit
of speaking very frequently, and in places
where the vocal organs are very much taxed,
I have found the need of some gentle expecto
rant, and that want has been supplied in your
I consider them very far superior to any
Lozenges that I have ever used, in removing
speedily that huskiness of the voice arising
from its too frequent use, a9d impairing th
effectiveness of the delivery of public a •
dresses. Yours, &0.,
NO. WALKER JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
To C. A. -BeNnvskr—Dear Sir: Having use
your Troches, I am free to say they are
the best I have ever tried and take great
pleasure in recommending thel to unperson!'
afflicted with sore throat or huskiness .of
voice arising from public - spealiug or singing.
Youm, &0., G. G. It A TrPSTRA W,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist ClifUrah:
Mare= Arrow?Ey's OMOZ,
HABBISBMIG, Feb. 29, 1864. •
To C. L Bsiervezr—Dear Sir: I 'tta'io
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 beue
flt to all public speakers. A. J. ILBEII
SELLTNG of Summer Goode at low prices.
such as Summer Drew Goods, Lawns, Son Umbrella;
Lace Shawls, and Summer Shawls. We have alto' on
hand a very large assortment of Mutants, Canoes, Ging
hams, Stockings, Handkerchiefs, Black silks, Plaid Silks,
White Cambrics, Undressed French Cambrics , White and
Colored Flannels, and in fact an assortment of du goods
not surpassed by arw. To all of which we invite those
who wish to purchase, and promise to sell at less prices
than we can replace them for again: As all kinds of dry
goods are advancing every day, now is the time to buy.
jyta- Et urn
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.-
This with/Mimi Toilet Soap, In each univocal de
mand, is made front the ohoineet materiaE
and emollient In Its nebure , fragrantly ottennto4L
and extreme* beitetielal In Its action upon the altilt
wale by all Druggists udrfaiar Goods Doing ;
STATEMENT of the Receipts and Expendi
tures of the city of Harrisburg for the year ending
March 31st, 1864:published tut directed by the fifty-third
Section of the act incorporating said city.
• - RECEIPTS.
From Water rents, P Snyder, col
lector $ 5,431 37
Water rents, collected by Trea
surer 1,596 90
Permits and ferrules 303 75
Water for building purposes.. 435 SO
Water rents for fractionagpark
Water reittsfor street sprinkler 120 00
City tam of 1861 1,400 00
1862. ..... 1,327 61
1:63 4,666 11
" , received
by ,react ror per act of April,
1846. 10,014 07
Market rents 5,572 56
Permits for tapping sewers... 420 00
Circus and menagerie licenses 100 00
Ald Kline, tines, &c 20 00
Copp , r and lead sold. 12 6.1
Ordinance books 501d........3 50
11 Wil3l)7lt pavement 22 58
Loans per ordinance of Aug,
1883 11,100 00
Premium on same 191 50
Temporary loan per resolution
of Jan, 1884 5,000 00
Cash in hands of treasurer at
settlement, let Aprll, 1863. 2,080 40
Mayor ... $ 375 00
Chief police conetabi , 370 00
Keeper of lockup 355 00
Special police constables 1,016 00
Clerk or market 225 00
Clerk to council ....
City Treasurer 500 00
City Treasurer's Commisßion....... 200 00
Lamp lighter 338 90
Vaccine Physician, Sr C 5ei1er.......50 00
Councilmen 60 00
-- 84,465 50
FOR Yana WORXS.
Coal for engine ' $3,883 83
Repairs at Water House, and plugs,
pipes, &e 858 12
Labor at reservoir. ........... To 31
GAB FOR FITBLIC LAMES, aC.
Harrisburg Gas Company, for gas... $2,049 40
Osier, lamp posts, Sze 49 55
Oglesby, pipe, &c 78 07
Repairing lamps 15 00
FOR FIRE COMPANIRS.
Lot for Mt Vernon Hook and Ladder
company • $7OO 00
Rent for do 50 00
Sundries for Citizen engine company. 199 97
" Good. Will "
Lumber, brick, labor, &c, for Hope
engine company 439 08 .
Sundries for Friendship 25 75
Tas R Pugh, hose and repairs. 5
13 00 13 62
Goo C Yager, covering Citizen, Hope
and Friendship engine houses. 230 94
Painting Citizen and Friendship houses 103 00 '
A King, for emory cloth and gum.... 26 72
Sand, fluid, &o 15 60•
2 . 2418 IS
For printing and binding city ordinances, &c. $297 60
FOR ThiCIDINTAL EXPR.I9B9.
Geo Bergner advertising.. $230 35
0 Barrett & Co " 175 15
Kuhn, " 42 75
Tax notices, binding street profiles
and ink. - • 9 00
Theo Scheirer, books, stationery; Sc.. 79 23
Money refunded. 7 26
D K Otliender, extra eervices 28 00
A K YahnesteCk, for 5tamp5........ 14 80
E C Shafer, for services during raid.. 30 00
Auditors' pay 15 00
Sundries. A. 79 15
-• $752 70
Ist Distriot—Pay of supervisor, labor
ers, horses and carts and brick...
... $4,141 84
2d do—Pay of supervisor, laborers,
horses and carts and brick....... 1,059 81
3d do—Pay of supervisor, laborers,
horses and carts and brick 1,208 60
SaVEIN, IC-IST DISITILICE
B Gastrock, sewer and inlet, Nagle
street ... $25 50
F Trace, repairs to Chestnut street
sewer ' 76 60 •
F Trace, extension. of Chestnut street
sewer to Fourth street 399 00
Trace, cherry alley sewer 434 70 ,
Wets to " 9 00
Street crossings, I Dickman 116 04
Gutters, 74 74
Repairs to stene bridge over Paxton
creek, H Dickman NO 00
ShIVBEN ac-2D insraicr.
F Trace, Walnut street sewer $292 50
H Dicknan,repairs to islets, crossings,
Inlets 6 65
H Dickman, street crossings 255 37
Gutters... 81 60
SEWERS, 410-3 D DISTRICT
Evans Geary, repairs to sewer on North
street, tk i 00
Gutters 126 51 •
E 11'Manus, grading Colder and Sus-
'palestina streets 373 29
E .11I'Manus, grading Colder and SUS. . .
quebanna streets. ...
P carting gravel
WORM EirRIET 38W88.
F Trace, constructing sewer under
canal $1,200 Uo
Patrick M'Niff, constructing sewer
to Cowden street 4,339 80
Eagle Works. castings and patterns
lifor taaa•hole . .. 33
Win Parkhill, repairs •to water pipe
injured bp frost 97 36
---- $5,251 27
• .. vissesss FITIZZET seam.
Patrick M'Niff, cons►ructing sewer
from river to Elder 5treet........0,212 21
Protection wan at outlet of sewer 165 21
ESTEMION OF WATEFL PIPE,
Wm Parkhill, laying water pipe in Race street,
River alley, Spruce street, Herr street and
Third Street $3,840 80
REGULATORS OF TEX STREETS,
Bother Rage $Bl4 84
Alex Hamilton 66 01
Jno W Cowden... . . . 23 01
John Roberta, Late 14 00
Borough notes redeemed ... $ 176
Interest paid by treasurer on coupon
Interest paid by treasurer on borough
Interest and ;tamp temporarp loan of
$3.000 47 45
--,-- $9,352 70
Abatement allowed tax-payers for promptpay
ment, per act of Aptil, 1646. .. ...... .:.... $527 52
Percentage allowed co ll ector oewater ren ts.... $496 38
EYONZILLTIOISII ALLOWED COLLECTORS ON TAX OF 1862.
P.Bernheiael, sr, Sat .yard $lO3 37
N 2411114er, 2d '. 90 13
B Thompson, 3d " 160 80
Wm Bostick, 4th .. 320 44 .
Chambers Dubbs,Oth " 104 30
Benj Slimmet, 6th " ........... 175 11
TAXES LEVIED AND ASSESSED TS TEE SEVERAL WARDS Op
Tilt CITY lOR TES YEAR 1863.
lid ward.s2,22l 61
Abtteideit, $ 84 84
Paid Trim:war... 1,213 54
2nd ward $5,166 40
Abatement 151 40
Paid Treasurer.. 2,871 54
Duplicates In bands of G F Wearer,
Payments to April 1,1884
Amount uncollected April 1, 1864,
subject to per contage and axone' ,
3d ward $6 474 13
Abatement ......$ 176 96
Paid Treasurer... 3,363 U
4th ward $3,324 88
Abatement $ 66 91
Palit Treasurer... 11661
sth ward ,'" • - $1,619 80
Paid Treasurer.... 676 97
Oth ‘,...."52,093 711
Almlines4 .. . .. ...$ 43 21
Paid Treasp.rer Jj .
Duplicates in hands of Win C
'den, collector $6,171 00
Payments to Treasurer t0.A.pr111,1664 2,612 14
Amount unpollected April 1,186 t,
subject to per tentage and enure.
bons • $3,558 86
Whole amount of taxes 'outatandlng April 1,
1864, subject to per centagOand eionerations $4,591 98
Funded debt of the city including
old borough issues, April 1,1864.5113.000 50
Floating debt, temporary
loan ... . .. . .. $3,000 00C
Floating debt, estimated
at........ .. 1,500 00
—-- 4,500 00
Cash in hands of treasurer, April 1,
1364—city funds.... $3,107 21
Mt Vernon house appropriation 1,800 00
Paxton engine " " 1,800 .00
Morth street sewer 54 37
Expenses of government $4,465 50
" meter worka .. ... .... 5,451 76
" _public lamps 2,192 02
" tire department . 2,418 18
• " printingand binding or.
..• dinances 297 60
" . incidental 752 70
" streets—First and Sec
ond wards 3,785 32
Streets-3d and 4th
wards 1,521 80
" streets--sth and 6th... L 976 9
' North st. sewer 5,251 27
Verbeke st, sewer 3,384 42
.. laying water pipe 3,640 80
regulators of the streets 447 76
borough notes redeemed 1 75
Interest for funded debt paid 9,352 70
Error in tax account 5 09
Cash in hands of treasurer April, Ist
1564 6,821. 55
T. A. HAMILTON.
L. WOLFINGER, !. Finance Committe.....,
O. EDWARDS, )
*paid at maturity.
Harrisburg, July 19, 1564-jy2o-1t
AGOOD PENMAN wishes to engage as
Scrivener for a few weeks; ran Punish the highest
testimonials of good character, etc. Apply at
Jyl9d3t* THIS OFFICE,
c 5,451 78
ON the 18th inst., a large black Newfound
land dog, white on breast, and ore,tosa of front feet;
answers to the name of "Carlo." Had a chain on his
neck. The finder will be liberally rewarded by returning
him at BRADY'S BAKERY,
jyl94l2t* Market street,
A GOOD pried will be paid for FOUR SUB
MMES. Apply to S. & BELLMAN,
.ty-1.6 6td Union Hotel, Market. Street.
T 0 RENT, a HOUSE suitable for a small
family. Enquire at this 'offioe. jy-le tf
FOUR or five "Shanty-keepers," to whom
Shanties, which are read,t , for use, will be furnished,
for the purpose of accommodating boarders. Also, from
60 to 60 laborers. Apply to James Martin, on the N. C.
M. 8., Mahontongo mountain, 3 miles above Millersburg.
A GENTS wanted to sell the Standard
41 tory of thefWar. A rare chance to make money.
Agents are clearing from $lOO to 8200 per month.2o%ooo
volumes already sold. Bend for o Address
JONF3BOB. & CO.,
de 30 Publishers. Baltimore. Md.
GEORGE MAIM, of South Hanover town
ship, offers himself as a candidate for the °nice of
MOISTER, of Dauphin county. If elected, Mr. Mark
pledges himself to perform the duties of said office with
fidelity. je29 d&wto
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS.
RAttamatmo, PA., June 9, 1894.
frIFIE undersigned respectfully offers himself
to the Republicans of the 14th Congress!omit Dis
trict of Pennsylvania, composed of tee counties of Dau
phin, Juniata, Northumberland, Union and Snyder, for
no 'on by the several county conventions of the said
District. De9tdtel JOSIAH FSPY.
RIJDOLPH 2fiLLEII,, of East Hanover
township, offers himself as acandidate for the.offiee
of Register. If nominated and elected he pledges him
self to fulfil the duties of the office witli fidelity.
Je2s4l2wsnete* RUDOLPH II,ULLBR.
A. F. ZIMMERMAN,
Practical Watch Maker,
No. 59 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.
SETS OF JEWELRY.
ma SILVER WARE,
AND ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY.
Has conk - tautly on hand a well talented and elegantly
assorted stock of
FINE MINER WARE&
INERICAN, ENGLISH AND SWIM' wormy!,
Both in Gold and Silver CAM
Alto, a One assortment of
Constantly Oa hand.
Of all duassrlptions; all of which will be sold at the
LOWEST CASE PRICES,
sr Call and examine the goods.
Particular attention paid to repelling of fine Watch es,
inch es Chronometers, Duplex and other celebrated
Watchett, and all kinds of Jewelry neatly repaired.
None but the most competent workmen employed, and
the whole matter under my own personal supervision.
A_ F. ZDIMERNAN,
nuirle] No. 52 Market street, adjoining Brant's Hall.
-- $3,884 42
IN D. W. GROW NEW BLOCK,
Market. Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS,
Pl= SPRING SHAWLS.
WM open on the let of April. torarlWay
111 HIE public are requested to. attend the
1 opening of the new dry goods store of Brandt &
Bowman, on Thursday morning, July 7th, at tho south
east corner of Second and Walnut streets (late the store
room of Joseph Kahnwiler.) This new firm have bought
out the entire stock from Mr. Kahnwiler at very low
prices, and in GOOD FAITH say to tho public that they
will sell this stock of goods at one-fourth less than the
same kind of goods can NOW BE BOUGHT AT WHOLE
50 DOZEN .TARS ENGLISH PICKLES
comprising PicaUlly, Chow Chow, Cauliflower,
Mixed Pickles, Gerkins, Wainats.and Onions. For sale
wholesale and retail by SHISLIR & FRAZEE.
my 6 successors to W. Dock, Jr ., &co
TIM BECEIVED-44 gallon pure currant
to wine, fiord a Lancaster cocntylarmer; the timest
made domestic wine in this city. Prioe 18 00 per gallon.
For sale at SEMLER & FRAZER,
,lee Sticaessors to Wm. Dock. Jr., & CO.
$3 807 00
. ;063 97
II EW BOOK S.-THE SHOULDER
DAYS OF SHODDY
Jest received at fdelBl SIDIEFFEH'S BOOKSTORE
CHEESE—Choice new crop Cheese, just
'waived it SFELSLILE & FRAZER,
slloo6llllorEi to W. Dock, Jr.. & Ca
SMOKED SALMON.— FINE SMOKED
SALMON, Jame received at
SEEM & nt.d.VB,l
febi (eameices to Wm. Docif, Jr, &e.)O
PRIME LARD.—Fifty firkins fine kettle
rendered LARD, foraale by the thicka or wand, jest
eceived at MBA BOYER & XOERPER.
VIPER VINE 4 - 10. —Pare Oider Vinegar
`IL') am be Might by die barn, or small gitoattry it
zoirsa a Kozak&
A LARGE VAILDITY 01
GOVERNMENT SALES," &C.
1 9 000 Horses Wanted!
THE GOVERNMENT REQUIRE
ONE TROLSAND CAVALRY HORSES,
For which CASH will be paid on their de
At Government prices for such as bear in-
Agents for purchase will be found at Lancasier, head
Ing, Lewistown, Williamsport awl Carlisle.
By command of Major General COUCH.
J. G. JOHNSON ,
Capt. and Ch , f Q. X Dept Susquehanna.
Oevzca Cs'a Q. M DEP'T Susciunuxxi.,
HARRISBURG, July 12, 1864. f jrl.3-dig
WAR DEPARTRRYT, CAVALRY BUREAU,.
OFFICE OF caw QUART
WARRINGTON, D. C.. July
WILL be sold at public auction, to 1 - O t ,
highest bidder, at the times and places named bo
Reading, Penn's, Thursday, July 21st, 1854.
Harrisburg, Penn's, Thursday, July 28th, 1864.
Altoona, Penn's, Thursday, August 4th, 1864.
Williarasport 4 Penn's, Thursday, August 11th, 1864.
TWO HUNDRED (200) Cavalry Homes at oach place.
These Horses have been condemned se unlit for IL.,
Cavalry service or the Army.
For road and farm purposes many good bargains ,w 4.:
Homes sold singly.
TERMS: CASH in United State Currency.
JAMES A. EKIN,
Lt. Col. and C. Q. M. Cavalry Bureau
OPEN MARKET FOR FORBES:
Ase!STANr QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE,
HARRISBURG, Pmts - A., July Bth, 1864.
"TOMES will be purchased at this office
for GovernMent service in open market; lots of
any number will be received, subtlest to such inspect;ott
as I may order.
Cash payments By order of
CAPT. J. 0. JOHNSON,
Chief Qr. sir. Tieret Susquehann..
E. C. REIGHENBACH,
Capt. and ASa't Qr. Mr.
SALES 01? REAL ESTATE.
A CHOICE PAM% AT PUBLIC SALE.
ON THURSDAY, August 4, 1864, the tie
deraignod, Waste.) of S. L Bowman, wi:l sell at
public sale, the following real estate: A tract of laud, alt.
nate in East Pennsborough township, Cumberland, bound
ed by land of Simon Dresbach, G. o. Oyster and others,
containing 102 acres, more or less, havingthereon erected
a largo two-story stone house, good tenant house,
largo bank barn, apple orchard of choice fruit, a
pump at the door; also, a running spring near the
house. This is a choice farm and in a high state of cold
vation. Located 3 miles west of Harrisburg, and a hair
mile north of Oyster's Point.
. . . .
Sale to take place on the premises at 2 o'clock r, x. mi
said day, when terms will bo made by
iyl6-dta GEO. W. CRISWELL. Trustee.
FARM AT PRIVATE SALE.
1111Psubscriber offers at private sale hie
arm, situated on the public road leading to Oak
Grove ruralise, In Carroll township, Perry county, one
mile and a quarter west of Sterret's Gap, containing 94
acres, thereon erected a two-story log dwelling bowie,
a good barn; and oiher out-buildings. 'fhereare also geed
apple and peach orchards, and a lot of other fruit trees vo
the promises. A nerer-failing spring of water near the
house, and water in nearly every field. Farther panic::
lars, enquire on the premises to David Brownsville, or r.
JOSI al MCFARLAND,
T - - -
HE undersigned will offer his valuable
MTh and Farm at public sale, on Saturday, the `23d
day of July, at the Railroad Rouse, in Middletown. The
Mill has four run of stone, is in fine order, and doing a
fine business. The Farm contains seventy-six acres rd
first-rate land with good Improvements. This property is
situated one and a balrmiles east of Middletown. It will
be sold on very easy terms, and probably at a heavy sac
Alice. Come and buy a barcain. A. WIETLSO
rvaluable property, corner of Second
ia Pine streets, being fifty-two and a half feet on Se
cond and one hundred and sixty-eight feet, on Pine street,
running back two hundred and ten feet to Barbels alle,T,
there being space for four full building lots, and a most de.
airable site for a Governor's Mansion or public buildings,
For particulars enquire of Mrs. MURRAY, corner of Si
eond and Pine reels. mare-ll
ONE of the best locations for IRON
WORKS in the State for sale, at a very reasonable
price, to any purchaser who will improve it, situated with
in a short distance of the city of Harrisburg, between the
Pennsylvania railroad and canal, about live hundred fe.t
wide, and alongside of the best limestone quarries in th.p ,
Slate and close to a good turnpike road; also, room for
waste cinders for fifty years, without paying for the ittrvi
Apply to DAVID MUMMA, Jr.,
Attorney-at-Law, No. 24 North Second street,
marl64o Harrisburg, Pa.
(Philadelphia Press insert three times and sand bill I.:.
VALUABLE FRUi'L , i uR SALE.
THE subscriber offers for sale a valuable
Tavern Stand, situate on the Lancaster turnpike, it.
the borough of Middletown, consisting of a large two-story
Brick Hotel, extensive stabling and all other neeessar;
Also, two adjoining lots, haring erected on each a two
story frame dwelling.
For further particulars apply to the utolenEigued, on LL.. the premises. httrEL DETWEILE
Land for Sale.
520 ACRES of Lard, in Dauphin cu.
at private sale, in part or the whole, to
purchasers •, 185 acres clear % good buildings thereon., with
Saw Mill. For further particulars, address
Dauphin. Dauphin county, l'.
ABUILDING LOT, on Second street, Ix--
tween Broad and Colder. Apply to
JOSIAH . HeFARLANTI,
jyl4-dlw Corner of Susquehanna and Coldest
BOUNTY OF 14:50.
The following resolution was unanimously
adopted at a meeting held by the board of
county commissioners, viz:
Resolved, That the county of Dauphin will
pay to each private and non-commissioned
officer who may be enlisted for military ser
vice and credited to tho quota required from
the county under the late calls of the Presi
dent of the United States, to serve for 100 days,
in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Washington
and its vicinity, the sum of fifty dollars.
Certified from the minutes, July 13, 18M.
JACOB J. MILLEISEN,
ROBERT W. McCLURE,
, • Commissioners .
Attest:—JOSEPH Mrriaa, Clerk.
Draft: Draft:: Draft:::
ALIENS and persons under or over the re
quired age, who have been enrolled in this (14th
District, or any other District In the State, can have their
exemption papers made out at rates fixed by law.
Now is the time to put in a substitute and avoid ths
Persons who are not liable to draft, and who wieh tr,
enter the army as ambstitutes, can obtain theittghest pre
Business transacted by mail at legal rates, and cost DT
travel thereby avoided.
Ball at once, or address by maiL
Attorney at Law, 3d street,
PROVOST MABBHAL'iI OFFICE, 14nr Dismitier,
Emussurra, Pa., June 6, 1864.
TO DRAFTED MEN.—I am directed by
Lient. Cot J. V. Bomford, A. A. Provost Marsha:
General, by his circular, No 59, of June 4, 1864, to pub
lish "That drafted men are not allowed to enlist as volun
teers after being drafted; and that the credits for drafted
men will remain for the subdistricts from which they
were drafted, no %atter whether local bounty has or has
not beau paid to slim men, upon "illegal enlistment."
JNO. KAY CLETT,
Captain and Provost Marshal, 14th Diet, Pa.
A• • - supply of 0 .
BOW Ound Ham and Dried Beef, at
nab] BOYER & ICOERPER,
0 YOU wish good Gold Pen ? If so,
NI liartisbarg. taws