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HARRIC , BURG
FRIDfI EVENING, JULY 22, 18ii4
)WIC AND COUNTIIV.
First Ward Meeting.
meeting of the citizens of the First ward
be held at the Black Horse Hotel, to-
ow (Saturday) evening, at 7-1- o'clock, for
purpose of making arrangements to 811 the
eta of the ward under the late call for vol.
A general attendance is requested.
Fifth Ward Meeting.
meeting of the citizens of the
ward will he held at the Fifth Ward
ouse, this (Friday) evening, at rk o'clock,
:for the purpose of making arrangements to
all the quota of the ward under the late call
or volunteers. Every citizen is expected to
:be present. By order of the
Fru DOLLARR REWARD. -Lo a pair of
.Gold Spectacles, either between .
tin and Herr's Hotel, or at tho Pennsylvania
ailroad. The finder will please leave them
at THIS OFFICE. jy22-d2t*
, Tan citizens of Ifarrisbarg are respectfully
invited to attend irfree lecture in the hall
hove Knnkels clothing store, this Friday
evening, by Prof. Allen, of Ohio.
Tins is the last day on which you can be
assessed to entitle you to a vote at the elec
tion on the Second of August. Attend to it
immelitzte/y if you are not yet assessed.
. Tue sale of the furniture, bedding, glass
and China ware, kitchen utensils, etc., of Herr's
Hotel, will commence on Tuesday next, and
ontinue from day to day until all is sold.
Tall= & NViES' CIRCUS and Van Am
.burgh's Menagerie, arrived in town this fore
noon, and pitched their tent near the Cotton
Factory, to remain two days. No doubt this
monster organization will attract large crowds
of spectators, during its stay here.
Mas. B. MARTIN, a stout, robust lady, of
Pittsburg, died, on Wednesday, from the ef
fects of chloriform administered by a dentist.
She had inhaled it but a minute, when she fell
back in the dental chair and expired.
Must KILLED. —A man named Henry Parry,
residing near Pine Flat, Indiana county, was
tilled on the 9th inst., by being caught in
somo part of the machinery of a steam saw
mill in that vicinity. He lived only a couple
of hours after the occurrence of the accident.
Ix our advertising columns will be found
General Order No. 51, by the Governor, an
nouncing that he is ready to appoint recruit..
.g agents to visit the rebel States fol. the pur-
ose of recruiting volunteers. One agent will
a•e appointed for each county, who should be
recommended by the county commissioners
r other officials.
A LARGE FULE of condemned Government
orses will bo held at Carlisle, on Tuesday,
ednesday and Thursday of next week.—
These horses were removed from Hagerstown
to Carlisle, at the time of the recent raid.
A sale of two hundred "veteran" horses will
also be hell in this city, on Thursday of next
REPAIIW. --Workmen have been engaged
upon the sewer in River alley, for several days
past. Other sewers have been undergoing re
pairs in various parts of the city.
The piking of Market street has been eon
:tinned. That portion between Third and
'Fourth streets, has just received a coating of
IT is expected that there will be a large at
tendance at the Lutheran pie-nie to-morrow,
should the weather prove favorable, as the
various congregations and Sunday Schools of
at denomination will doubtless participate.
e train will leave for Derry at eight o'clock
.In the morning. Tickets for adults, 50 cents,
tor children under fifteen years of age, 25.
nts. Families should furnish their own
rovisions. A happy time is anticipated by
SECOND WARD MEETING. —A large and en
thusiastic meeting of the citizens of the Se
oond ward was held last evening, at the
Second Ward House.. D. W. Gross, Esq.,
was called to the chair, and John W. Brown
• was appointed Secretary. A committee was
appointed to wait upon the Provost Marshal
to inquire in regard to the quota of the ward.
Committees were also appointed to inquire
:Into the cheapest method of raising the
quota, and to solicit subscriptions. &lat., after
which the meeting adjourned.
SWORD PRESENTATION. —The members of
Captain Sanno's independent cavalry com
pany, in order to testify their respectfc , i i r
their . commanding officers, purchased two
handsome cavalry swords to be presented to
Captain E. B. Sanno and Lieutenant S. C.
Wiestling. Yesterday the presentation was
made at Camp Curtin—Orderly Sergeant Sher
wood presenting the weapons,in a neat speech,
in behalf of the company. Captain Sanno
and Lieutenant Wiestling responded, in a feiv
appropriate remarks, pledging themselves to
make good use of the swords, sho u ld an op
portunity be afforded.
Captain Sanno's is a Dauphin county com
pany, composed of good men, and will d e
good service on the border, to which line they
have been ordered. Having received their
horses, arms and a complete outfit, they were
yesterday favored with marching orders, and
expected to leave. here this morning.
A SZOOND crop of clover hay has been made
-on a portion of the oftvitol grounds: - • •
THE citizens of the Third ward will meet at
the Franklin House, this (Friday) evening, at
7/ o'clock, for the , purpose of devising means of
filling the quota of said ward. A full attend
ance is asked.
AN Irishman being in church where the
collection apparatus resembled election boxes,
on its being handed to him, whispered in the
carrier's ear that he was not naturalised . and
consequently could not vote.
THE Hkr CROP.—The yield of hay this sea
son in Cumberland county, Pa., will be im
mense, and of the very best quality. Indeed,
many of our farmers Assure ns that in no sea
son within their memory has the quantity of
hay been so great.
THE committee of arrangements for the
annual convention of Sunday Schools to be
held in this city, in September next, will meet
for the transaction of important business
this evening, at 8 o'clock, at the rooms of the
Young Men's Christian Association. A f'll
crtendance is desired.
Swimarrso.—We all know the importance of
learning how to swim, and parents should
avil themselves of every opportunity of "teach
the young idea how to diye." At this season
of.the year boys take to the water as natur
ally as ducks to a mud puddle, and if early
taught the art of swimming, fewer cases of
drowning would be recorded.
SANFORD'S OPERA Horn, on Third street,
will be opened on Monday evening next, by
a fine company of performers, with Mr. Wm.
Porter as stage manager, and IL Mille as pro
prietor. No doubt . the new company will
attract large crowds, as amusements of this
character have been scarce for some time
CHANGE IN THE ATMOSPHERE.—The change
in the condition of the atmosphere this rnorn
ing, when comparedwith that which prevailed
on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, was
very great. The thermometer, at 12 M., to
day, ranged at 65 degrees—on Monday and
Tuesday it was at 85 degrees at the same
hour.. Such a change, so sudden and severe,
must be injurious to health.
QUARTERMASTER DEMMING.-It will afford
the many friends of Harry C. Damming great
pleasure to hear that he has been appointed
Quartermaster of the One Hundred and Ninety
second Regiment Penn'a Vols. From the
precipitation of rebellion down through the
changing and desperate struggle for its sup
pression, he has borne a conspicuous part,
and rendered a most valuable service to the
Government—hence we sincerely rejoice at
his promotion. Besides having won it fairly,
ho is a most unexceptionable and intelligent
gentleman, the very soul of honor, and, to
crown all—a printer.
Sussraosz.-- I During the very hot weather
of July and August, we very frequently hear
of people being sunstrack. This generally
results from an overheating of the brain.
People of in-door habins.who are yet obliged
to go out occasionally ha very hot and sunny
days are very liable to suffer from this. The
best thing that can be done to counteract this
excessive heat of the sun, is by carrying a
moist handkerchief in the hat, or even only
a moist rag covering the cranium over the re
gion above the temples. It is important to
observe such preeautions at this season .of the
RAILROAD COLLISION. —There was s< con
siderable railroad smash up at Johnstown Sta
tion on Saturday morning last about eight
o'clock. Two freight trains were passingin the
same direction and one stopped at the station to
couple on another car, when the conductor of
the rear train not noticing that the front train
had stopped, rushed on and struck the hind
most cars, smashing two of them all into
small pieces. One of the cars was loaded
with oil, which was spilled all over the track
and continued for some time to flow from the
shattered barrels. The women about the stn.
tion brought buckets and pans, tins and dip
pers, and manifested their economy by gather
ing it up and appiopriating it to their own
ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-SECOND P. V.—
The organization of the first regiment of one
hundred days' men was completed at Camp
Curtin, yesterday afternoon. The following
is a list of the field and line officers:
Lieut. Colonel—R. hieblichaeL
Major—C. D. Jenkins.
Adjutant—John H. Scholl.
Quartermaster—Harry C. Damming.
Surgeon—J. B. Ashcomb.
Chaplain—C. EL McDermond.
Sergeant Major—Alex. Montgomery.
Quartermaster Sergeant—Daniel R. Je well.
Commissary Sergeant—S. T. Gibbs.
Hospital Steward—Edward L. Franke: at
Adjutant's Clerk—George A. Gross.
Captains—Co. A, George H. Jones; B, John
A. Winner; C, Zachur P. Putt; D, George F.
Ross; E, Henry J. Dintinger; F, Willie m R.
Jones; G, John Bell; H, G. W. Staat is; J.,
Henry E. Quimby; E., S. D. Sutliff:
Col. Nagle is an old soldier, having served
with distinction in the Mexican war a and
having also raised fonr regiments for Fiervice
in this war. He was a Brigadier General in
the division commanded by Gen. Bumnside,
and perhaps few men of his age in INumsyl
vania or any other State have done as much
as he, for the support of the Go,vernment
during all the trying hours of its peril. The
regiment which he now leads, xmclter his con.
trol and discipline, cannot fail scion to become
one of the most efficient in the service.
Noires. —To Soldiers Diecibarged on Account
of Wounds Received in line if Duty.—The un
dersigned is prepared to oolleot the $lOO
Bounty due all such soldiem
ILLIVAR a. CHILD,
Printing Office, :Harrisburg, Penin
Wet:imp—An experienced salesman. Must
speak English and German. Apply in person
at CATHC4kRIia BRO..
iY 2O - 30 • No. 14, Market Square,
Letter from. the 46th Penult,
Regiment: • •
cmculanoN Or COPPERHEAD PAPERS I THE
OffarresooqA. firvas , Groncas,
CAMP IN THE FEILD, READQEASTERS CO.
I, 46th P. V. V., July Bth, 1864.
Mr. GEo. Banoura—Dear Sin—The TELE
GRAPH is a very welcome but rare visitor in
the camp of the 46th, and I am sorry to say
that in its place you will find the Ton'V Oigan
of Harrisburg, sent free, in order to discour
age and poison the minds of those engaged
in the war for the suppression of this unholy
rebellion and the preservation of our most
glorious Union. They are not content with
infusing the deadly poison of copperheaclism
in the minds of citizens at home in regard to
the ever increasing national debt, and by
means of the most infamous lies ever circu
lated in history, bringing before the visions
of a weak-minded and terrified populace some
of the most horrible scenes, enacted, as it
were, through the utter incompetence of our
brave and beloved commanders, and the total
destruction of our armies, accompanied by
huge stories of the coming draft. This is
owing, probably, to the fact, that foreseeing
the more than certain re-election of glorious
"Old Abe," they are becoming frantic when
viewing the ill-success of their schemes to
aid the present rebellion, and resort to lying
in order to embarrass the Union party—if
party it may be called. They bring to our
view in every edition of their infamous lying
organ the -shrieks and groans of Union sol
diers wounded in battle, in order to cause our
brave boys to shrink from the melee and din
of battle; the gluttonness and licentiousness
of our Generals to diminish our confidence in
them as commanders; the most glowing re
ports of the rebel commissariat, to infuse, if pos
sible,the demon Despair into our ranks; and
by using every means possible turn us against
the present Administration. But owing to the
success of our armies, which, in this depart
ment, have succeeded in driving the rebel
horde at every point, and now rest on the
Chattahootchie river, 125 miles from Tunnel
Hill, within Si miles of the metropolis of Geor
gia, viz: Atlanta—and the knowledge that we
have dislodged the enemy from position after
position, and line upon line, of almost impreg
nable earthworks, the infamous lies ,printed
in that sheet do not have the effect upon
the troops in this army that would otherwise
be the case. But it is infusing its deadly poi
son gradually, and it is high time another was
substituted in its place. Literature of any
kind being very scarce, causes every paper in
camp to be read over perhaps a dozen times.
Wishing success to the cause, and knowing
that the re-election of Abe Lincoln would tend
in a great measure to end this inhuman con
test, I close, saying that the members of the
46th still remain true supporters of the Star
spangled banner. Your humble servant,
Put - am - myelin. CROPS— Susquehanna County.
—Our farmers are now busy securing the hay
crop. The weather is favorable and hence the
work progresses rapidly. The crop all over.
the courttry is said to be an average full one.
Wheat also looks fine and should the weather
continue favorable, there will be no idle time
between hay-making and harvest.—Monirose
Bucks County.—Nearly all the farmers of
13ucks county finished gathering their crops
of hay, wheat and rye, during the past week.
These crops have yielded much better than it
vas supposed they would early in the spring.
and the harvesters have been blessed with fine
weather which has enabled them to store
away their hay and grain in good order. The
oats is-ripening very rapidly and will soon be
fit to cut. The growing crops are now suffer
ing for rain, and unless some localities are
visited by showers soon the potato crop mutt
be very limited.-- . Doyiestoum Pemocrat.
Mifflin COunty.—With the exception of a few
slight showers, too light to be of much ser
vice, we have now been six weeks without
rain in this neighborhood. In some parts of
the county, though in narrow strips, occa
sional rain has fallen, but taken as a whole
the corn crop may be set down as irreparably
injured—much of it being in tassel without
signs of ears. Potatoes are also extremely
backward, and unless late ones will be more
favored the crop will be quite short. The
wheat, we judge, is rather more than half a
crop, of first-rate quality, , and most of it
housed in excellent condition.--Leioistoion Ga
Wedmore/and County.—We are here suffer
ing from drought. The corn will not ear un
less we have refreshing rains very soon. Other
grains are made. The clover seed may suffer
also, as the pasture is doing. The wheat crop
bereaboute is shocking up beyond the expec
tation of everybody. It is an average crop.
The oats, now nearly ripe, will be perhaps
more than an average of the past three years.
THE CAMERON GUARDS. —This company,
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.
Scener—all of whom have been in active
service in the field, and were good soldiers.
The headquarters for recruiting are at Camp
(India and at the Ellsworth House, Market
R E. , , murre WANTED.-Dr. H. W. Miles, for
merly captain in the 84th P. V., has received
authori,l to recruit a company for one hun
dred day." service. Able-bodied young men
are wanteii. to fill up his organization.
For par tioalars apply at his headquarters,
or Miles' Dr ng Store, corner of North and
Third streets, or at Miles' Grocery Store, on
Ridge Avenue. jylB-tf
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ONE of the very best Vegetable Medicines
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city. It will purify the blood, and leave the liver and
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of it. As to the truth of this hundreds can testify, as it
has been well tried for the last ten years. it - ia prepared
only and sold by Mrs. L. Ball, No. 27, moth Pine street,
Harrisburg, Pa. tIP-23
EDITOR or Isugaitaia'
. . . .
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readers of Yotir paper that I will send, by return mail, to
all who wish it (free,) a Recipe, with full ;directions for
making and using a simple Vegetable Rulth,that will ef
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jiwAgent for the United States.
P. S.—A Box of the Pills, securely packed, will be
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Read the following Lotimonials from some
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HAnatestrao, Feb. Bth, 1864.
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and other preparations for hoarseness and
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Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Clinrch.
valrl agree with Mr. Robinson as to th
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W. C. CATTI,U
Late Pastor of 0. 8. Presbyterian Chttrelt
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JNO. WALKER JACKSON.
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SELLING of Summer Goods at low prices,
tech as Summer Dress Good; Lawns, Sun Umbrellas,
Lace Shawls, and Summer Shawle. We have also on
hand a very largo assortment of Embus, Calicos, Ging
ham; Stockings, Handkerchiefs, Black Silks, Plaid Silks,
White Cambric; Undressed French Cambria", White and
Colored Flannels, and in fact an at sortment of dry goods
not surpassed by any, 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, übw is the time to buy.
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oar To Clear the House of Flies, use
Dutchor's celebrated LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER, a neat
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SOLD WIWI ta HARR.
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Philadelphia. wholesale meals. ruy244tistlw
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal de
mand, is made from the choicest =Aerials, if. mild
and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin.
roe sale by ali Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
SELLING OUT LOW!
OUR STOCK OF -LIQUORS!
IiVE intend to discontinue the sale of Li
quors and offer our stock at a very small advance
from coat price. We have purchased all our Liquors be:
fore the last rise and have a large atock on hand for three
or four years, which are guaranteed cannot be purchased
now at any price from the importers
Our stock consists of
of all grades.
Sir We have parts of three barrels pure RYE, not
colored, and 10 degrees proof, 2,1‘ years old.
WINES of all Grades, Domestic and Imported.
We have part of S cask HENNESSEY BRANDY,
to which we invite the particular attention of families for
The Brandy cannot be bought to-day, from importers,
leas than $l6 per gallon. We will sell it for $l2 per gai
SCOTCH AND ENGLISH ALES,
. CLARETS, W.
We invite the inspection of Hotel Keepers and Liquor
Merchants generally, as we intend to sell, without re
serve, all our Liquors, and this will be a good opportu
nity for bargains.
je2o SHISLER & FRAZER.
N EW BOOR S.-ME SHOULDER
DAYS OF SHODDY
Aug received at [delit] SCHEFFER'S BOOKWORK
CHEESE—Choice new crop Cheese, just
received at SEIBLIKR & FRAZER,
Jel7 Socoessors to W. hock, Jr , &
SMOKED SALMON.-FINE SMOKED
SALMON, just received at
SEISLEft k FRAZER,
febi iimcereeore to Wm. Dock, Jr., &o.)C
PRIMS LARD.—Fifty firkins fine kettle
rendered LARD, for stile by the firkin or pound, just
ottived nC use] BOY ER & ICOERPER.
QI‘2.COED OYSTERS.—Extra Fine Baltimore
Oyeitam, soma, and for sale by che gallon, quart and
pin or I ft M
swam FP R
Mac:lmams to W. Doak, Jr., & ,
' A GENTS wanted to sell the Stanilard las
i-3_ tory of the War. A rare . CiATICA
__to, make money.
Agents are clearing froin $lOO to $= j,ermonth. 200,000
roiumea already sold. Sand for oirculant, Addrete
JONES EROS. & CO.,
'de 80.. Publishers. Baltimore, Rd.
GEORGE MARK, of South Hanover town
ship, oilers himself as A candidate for the office of
RE4STED, of Dauphin county. If elected, Mr. Mark
pledges himself to perform the duties of Fold office with
fidelity. . Je29 d&wtc
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS.
. Demusaruco, Ps., June 9, 1964.
THE undersigned respectfully offers himself
to the Republicans of the 14th Cbneresstonal Dia.
trict or Pennsylvania, compOmd of tae counties of -Dau
phin, Juniata, Northumberland,. Union, and Snyder, for
nomination by the several county conventions of the said
District. Liocidte] JOSIAH ESPY.
RIJDOLPH MILLER, of East Hanover
township, offers himself as a candidate for the office
of Register. If nominated and, elected he Vedges him
self to Milli the dutlea or the Oleo with fidelity.
je 4 2§-d2wBtwtc* RUDOLPH MILLER.
A. F. ZIMMERMAN . ,
Practical Watch Maker,
No. 6.! Market Street, Harrisburg, Pa.
SETS OF JEWELRY
FINE SiLvER WARE,
AND ALL KLNDS OF JEWELRY.
Has constantly on hand a well selected and elegantly
assorted stock of
FINE SILVER WARM
AdIERICAN L ENOMSff AND SWISS E'ld. MUM.
`•— ' ' "
Both in Gold and Sliver (Ism
Also, a One assortment of
Constantly on hand
A LAW/1 TAII 0/
Of all descriptions; all of which trill Do eold at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
r Call and examine the goods.
Particular attention paid to repairing of line Watches,
such as Chronometers, Duplex and other celebrated
Watches, and aU kinds of Jewelry neatly repaired.
None but the most competent workmen employed, and
the whole matter under my own personal supervision.
A. F. ZIAIHERHAN,
mar2Sl No. 52 Market street, a,boining Brant's Hall.
NO EXCUSE FOR EXPLOSIONS.
ASHCROFT'S LOW WATER DETECTOR
TS AN INFALLIBLE PROTECTION against.
explosion or burning of the flues or boiler, as noth
ing can prevent it of not tampered with) !rem giving im
mediate notice of Melt of water in the boiler in season to
put on a supply without drawing the Ores. %Sant of water
Is the great source of so' many sad catastrophes which
have recently occurred.
We warrant this instrument to be a
against such contingencies. Price $4O.
Full Instructions as to the mode of application as well
as reference to most of the prominent manufacturers and
iron masters of the State using them, sent on application
to D. 0. MEADE At CO.,
P. C. MEAD, j
I s a pleasant, healthy beverage.
Very convenient and refreshing for invalids having
fever or great thirst.
lur portability recommends It to travelers.
Its convenience at pie-nice will bo apreclated.
No sugar required; one table-spoonful simply dissolved
in a glass of cold water and it Is done.
KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOOD STORE,
jel7 • " NCI 91, Market street.
IN D. Vt. GROSS NEW BLOCK,
Market Street, liarrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS,
* FINE SPRING SHAWLS.
Will open on the Ist of April, [mare-11y
. 9 MANTILLAS
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BUILDING,
A New Philadelphia Cloak Store. Rave now a epleudid
SPRING it SUMMER MANTELS, •
FRENCH CLOTH CIRCULARS,
NEW FRENCH SACKS ; AND
NEW FRENCH LOOSE BASKS.
The above beautiful samples, in evert color and hand
somely trimmed, from $7 60 to $lB.
1000 SILK NE.ABTka.
CIRCULARS, SACKS AND
Handsomely and richly trimmed, from' $lO upWrud.
CHILDREN'S MANTELS IN LARUE VARIETY.
T HE public are requested to attend the
opening of the new dry goods store of Brandt &
Bowman, on Thursday morning, July 7th, at the south
east oornor 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 the public that they
will sell this stock of goods at ono-fourth teen than the
same kirui.of goods can NOW az BOUGHT AT WHOLE
ALAIIGE assortment of Photographs of
Generals and fancy pictures for sale CHEAP, at $1
per dozen, at SOHEAREKB BOOK STORE,
my2O Harrisburg, Pa
50 DOZEN JARS ENGLISH PIORLES
COMMIEfing- Picahlly, Chow Chow, Cauliflower,
Piokles, aom orieing-Picahlly, •
Mixed Piokles, Gerkins, Walnuts and Onions. For salo
wholesale and retail by. SHISLER is FRAZER,
. nos . successors to W. Dock, dr., k Co
TIIST REdEIVED-44 gallons pure currant
ut wine, from a Lancaster county farmer; the finest
made domestic wine in this city. Price $3 00 per gallon.
For sale at SEIELSLER .8x FRAZEE,
Jab SuccossorS to Wm. Dock. jr., & Co.
SOLE . AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
T Abs happy to offer to the public a large
.11_ and spiendid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
Time Pena are well finished, elastic, and will give en
PLEASE TRY THEM.
SCHEFFER'S BOOR STORE,
Second street, opposite Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg
FRESH PINE APPLES just received at
Ap3o Suoeessort to ar Doer, •Jr., & Co.
AI'SSAGO, English Miry, Pine Apple, Nut
meg and Itiew York. State Cheese, Just received at
MUSLIM a FRaZER,
tnys successors to W Dock, Jr., & Co.
SPICED OYSTERS.—Extra fine Baltimore
Oysters, Were, Jest received at
J 3 1 .8 BOYER & SOERPER.
CORN ILEAL—A fine article Just re
ceivel at 31118LER & FEAZER ,
ossal summon to Wm. Dock, In. & Co)
VIIOIIENEWS exoeldior hams, of %km.
/XL eon's eerie& Just received and for axle by
BEISIZR & FRAZER,
deal , fenoCaserni to Wm. Dock. Jr.. &da
A MUSH supply of MichenEr's Celebrated
Li_ Sugar Cured Hama and Dried Beer, at
coral . BOYER k ROERPtit
O YOU wish a Rood Gold. Pen ? If so.
oin 9WL511113,8 Bookites, ifiinimbßiv Pon
GOVERNMENT SALES, &C.
19000 Horses Wanted!
111411.D1.111 I!S£ •
ONE TROISAND CAVALRY HORSES,
For which CASH will be paid on their do
BARItIS BUIL El,
At Government prices for 'such aa bear in
Agents for purchase will be found at Lancaster, atad
fog, Lewistown, Williamsport and Carlisle.
By command of Major General Cocci". •
.1. G. JOHNSON ,
Capt. and Ch'f Q. M. Dep't Susquehanna.
Orrms Cn'r Q. M., Darr Sirsquanaase, I
Hanatesuad, July 12, 1864. 1 jylll-ds f
WAR DEXARTIEILIS t CATALRY BLHEAC,
Orrice OP Omar QUARTMuSTILIk
WABSINGTOX, July 4, 1864.
WILL be sold at public auction, to tuu
highest bidder, at the times and pLace,s named
Reading, Penn's, Mors lay, July 21st, 1861.
Harrisburg, renn'a, Thursday, July 23t11. 1861.
Altoona, Penn's, Thtmsday, August 4th, 1864.
Williamsport, Penn's, Thursday, August 11th, 18a&
TWO HUNDRED (COO) Cavalry Horses at each place
These Horses have been condemned as unfit for the
Cavalry service of the Army.
For mad and farm purpcses many good bargains mad
Horses sold singly.
TERMS: CASH in United States Currency.
JAMES A. EMIN.
Lt. Col. and C. Q M. Cavalry Bureau
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.
A CHOICE FARM AT PUBLIC SALE.
ON THURSDAY, August 4, 1861, the un
dersigned, trustee of S. L. Bowman, trig sell at
public sale, the following real estate: A tract of land, sit
uate in DastPennsborough township, Cumberland, bound
ed by land of Simon Dresbach, G.o. Oyster and others,
containing 102 acres, more or key , having thereon erected
a largo two-story stone house, good tenant house,
large bank barn, apple orchard of choice fruit, a
pump at the door; also, a running spring near the
house. This is a c hoice farm and in a high state of culti
vation. Located S miles west of Harrisburg, and a half
mile north of Oyster's Point.
Bale to take place on the premises at 2 o'clock ?. S es
said day, when terms will be made by
jyl6.dts GEO. W. CRISWELL, Trustee.
FARM AT PRIVATE SALE.
THE subscriber offers at private sale Liz;
farm, situated on the path.; road leading to Oak
Grove Furnace, in Carroll township, Perry county, one
mile and a quarter west of ritorrot's Gap, containing 94
acres, thereon erected a two-story log dwelling house,
a good barn, and oiher out-buildings. There aro wise good
apple and poach orchards, and a lot of other hint trees on
the premises. A never-fating spring of water near the
house, and water in nearly every field. Further pardeo.
lam, enquire on the.premises to David Drovvnevillo, or to
HE undersigned will offer his valuablo
Mtn and Farm at public sale, on Saturday, the 2,3 d
day of July, at the Railroad House, in Middletown. The
Mill has four run of stone, is in fine ordor,
and doing a
fine boldness. The Farm contains seventy-sLt acres of
first-rate land with good improvements, This property is
situated one and a half miles east of Middletown. It will
be sold on very eaay terms, and probably at a heavy SW ,
riflce. Como and buy a bargain. A. WIETING.
FEE valuable property, corner of Second
nd Pine streets, being fifty-two and a half feet on Sc.
coed and ono hundred and sixty-eight feet on Pine street,
running back two hundred and ten feet to Barbara alley,
there being space for four full building lots, and a mast de
sirable site for a Governor's Mansion or public baildinga.
For particulars enquire of Mrs. MURRAY, currier of &-
Gond and Pine Teets. Inare4
0 Nr4of the best locations for IRO ti
woluis in the State for sale, at a very reasonable
price, to any purchaser who will improve it, sitrasted - witia•
in a short distance of the city of Harrisburg, between the
PeunaVvanlarailroad and eanal, about five hundred Ices
wide, and alongside of the t st limestone 'quarries in the
State and close to a good turnpike road; also, room for
waste cinders for fifty years, without paying for the laud
. Apply to DAVID MUMMA, Jr.,
Attorney-at-Law, No. 24 North Second street, -
marls-dtf Harrisburg ; Pa,
[Philadelphia Press Insert three times and send. bbl to
Land for Sale
520 ACRES of Land., in Daaphin co.
at private sale, in part rc the whole, tor.sett
purchasers ,• 135 acres clear, good buildings thereon,.wita
Saw gill. For further partinulare, tub - tress
Dauphin, Dauphin eonnty,
100 R SALE,
ABUILDING LOT, on Second street, be
tween Broad and Colder. Apply to
jyl4 .11* - Corner o So-wham:a and Coldersts.
1' 0 'l' 1 C E .
1301INTIC OF tr.:so.
The following resolution was unanimous*
adopted at a meeting held by the hoard of
county commissioners, viz:
Resolved, That the county of Dauphin Rill
pay to each private and non-commissioned
°Meer who may bo enlisted for military ser
vice and credited to the quota required front
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, 180.
JACOB J. 11ITLLEISEN.
ROBERT W. MeCLUBE,
Attest:--J osEPH Mu x va, Clerk.
Draft S Draft !.! Draft!: I
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 sub.qituto and avoid the
Persons who aro not liable to draft. and who wish to
enter the army as substitutes ; ein obtain the higheq'pre
Business transacted by mail at levtl rates, and cost ot
travel thereby avoided.
Call at once, er address by mail.
Attorney at Law, &I street,
A. GOOD CI-I.A.NCM.
THE subscriber wishing to retire from
ness, Will sell out his entire eteck, consisting of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, Hosiery . &e., all well
selected and desirable for present trade—iOUGHT
FORE THE ADVANCE.
Also, will sell or rent the House on easy terms To as
enterprising man or firm this is a good oppoctunity to
into business. It is a pleasant location—good business
doing now and could be easily increased.
JOHN 5.110.1 P,
PROVOST M•aq • r 'a OFFICE, lira DISTRICT,
HARRIERDRG, Pa. , June 6, 1864.
To DRAFTED MEN. —.l[ am directed by
Lieut. CoL J. V. Bomford, A. A. Provost Mama
Genoral, by his circular, No. 59, of June 4, 1864, ,to pub
lish "That drafted men are not allowed to enlist es vo.ti n
tears after being drafted; and that the credits for drafted
men will remain for the sub-districts from which they
were draft/d, no matter whether local bounty has or has
not been paid to suob men, upon "illegal enlistment,"
JNO. KAY CLEMENT,
Captain and Provost Marshal, 14th Disrt, Pa.
XXTALNIITS, CREAMNII TS, FILBERTS.
T y For sale wheleado at
SHUSTER. & FRAZEB,
succenors to W. Pock, Jr., & Ca.
PINE' -APPLES, PINE APPLES, just re
calved at ' SHISLER FRAZER,
je42 Successors to Dnck, Jr., Co.
POOKET BOOKS, BUCKSKIN PURSES
PORTEMONNAIES, and a general variety of LEA
MR GOODS, just received
„lAEIWNEWS BOOK sTotc. ,
H1:10118TEILW BASKETS. —Shisler Fra
ser, sucomora to W. Dock, Jr &93 onlnno
05 cioilea hickory lagkets. Price $5 50 per &hem jefe