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TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 9. 1864.
NOT . cE TO AD v Adver
ii,ementti, Buttneay Iliotieel l Marriages,
Deaths, edo., to 6eeitre insertion in the
TELEGRAPH, mutt invaria.hi...kte actoon.-
par fed %chit the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regular
Evening, Edition are ingorted in the 'Alain:,
ing Edition without. extra charge.
i`OWN AND. COUNTfit,;
six GOOD COMPOSITORS.
APPLY AT THIS OFFICE
Fourth Ward Meeting.
Every citizen of the FoUrth ward—those
who have as well as those Who have not sub
scribed towards the bounty fund—is requested
to attend the meeting at the Hope Engine
House, this evening, as business of importance
to every one will be transacted.
The Verbelie Guards. $450
This Company for one year's trri:ice, is fast
tilling and is in Camp Curtin, fully provided
for. A few more men are wanted, to whom
$450 Bounty (Local and National) is guaran
teed. For inducements to enter as fine a com
pany as was ever recruited, call at the WAL
NUT ST. EXCHANGE BUILDING, (lower
Capt. G. WASHINGTON PENN,
or Mena T. Cara, Recruiting Officer.
Fon SALE—An. elegant building lot, situat
ed on Third street above North, 21 feet front
by 131 feet in depth, running to JiL 20 feet
wide alley.' For particulars enquire at
au9-dtf THIS OFFICE.
ATTENTION iS directed to thn advertisement
of a boat boy, in another coluMn.
Tun crOwded state of our columns has com
pelled us to, condense our local matter. to-day.
CoL. Exur,advertises sevetal public sales of
condemned cavalry horses, to take place in Va
rious towns' in this State.
Loam—Yesterday, from the residence ot
Mrs. Brunll, on Pine street, a dark Canary
Bird. A liberal reward will be paid for it if
returned to the residence of Mrs. S.
Tag Grand Lodge of the Independent, Order:
of Odd Fellows, which heretofore held its an=
nual session in Baltimore, will assemble in
Boston, on the third Monday in September.
Da. War. H. Eon - % having been appointed
a Surgeon in the army, has resigned his plaCe
in the'city council. His resignation has been
accepted, and an election will soon be held to
till the vacancy.
OUR hotels and boarding houses are crowd
ed to overflowing, owing to the arrival of the
members of the Legislature, and hundreds of
citizens of Cbambersburg, in addition to the
usual Amount of transient visitors.
MERE is but little doing in police circles.—
A number of drunks have been fined and dis
charged. A man named Aaron Kincade was
committed to prison, yesterday, for killing, by
fast driving, a horse belonging to Davis' liv
Cacao= WITH LARCENY. —Christiana Leece,
a young woman, has been arrested, charged
with the larceny of a quantity of clothing
from Mrs. Jordan. She appeared before His
Honor, the Mayor, and was recommitted for
a further hearing.
STOLEN MAZE AND BUGGY, —Yesterday a
lame man called at Swartz's livery stable in
this city, and hired a team: for a short time.--
Since then he has not been heard from. Mr.
Swartz offera a reward of $4O for the recovery
of the stolen property, a full description of
which will be found in our advertising col
ARAFAT, OF A SUPPOSED . BOUNTY jUMPES. —A
man belonging to Capt. Sutliff 's company has
been attested by the military authorities, on
a charge of being a bounty jumper. It iS al
leged that he has deserted several times, froni
various companies, and that he was once sen
tenced to death, but escaped from the guard.
He has been committed for a further h eating.
Tom; are DOG. —We learn from one wno•
witnessed the occurrence, that a small child,
belonging to one of our citizens, was attacked
by a fe:rocious dog, a day or two ago, and re
ceived serious injuries. Ifs head and face
were terribly lacerated, a portion of its
was torn off, and its eyes narrowly escaped
destruction. Bat slight hopes are entertained
of the recovery of the child. Of course the
dog was killed, but its death does not atone
for the injuries sustained by the child. ThO
owners of ferocious dogs should be compelled
to have them secured, or pay dearly for their
violations of the laws. . .
GER. EAIILY o.llll l w TAR Busk ML+
Onserazassuzo.—The fact that four -citizens :
of Hagerstown were taken as liostitjes by the
rebels, when they re-occupied that place,•on
-Friday last, has already been announced in
t:ourcolumns. One of them was ftev.' ME'
Hyde, who was taken to Early's headquarters.
General Early affirmed to lir. Hyde that he
(Fmy) had ordered the burning of Chtynbers
burg. That the General made this :assertion
there can be no doubt. We have received the
facts of the case from Rev. Irvin H. Torrence,
(Secretaii of the East Pennsylvania .
House,) who obtained his information this
morning, at Gliambersbergclrem Revr-NEr.
Hyde, who has been -paroled •by the rebell
commander, on condition that he reports a i l
Richraand.in two weeks, if--ihat oncelka ,ged
previous to that time.
nun of Perrreoutitylave nominated Samuel
"Rhoads, Egg., of Bloomfield, as the'eandidate
fcir the Assembly.
sirk ffainei,Nksq.fisiur reoommended as a
candidate for the Senate, and the conferees
appointed were instructed to support him in
the meeting of conferees.
M. 15riirr, of the 12th Penna. Reserves,
has received authority to raise companies to
form a regiment for one year's service, of which
he is in corunuuld: , Parties wish* , to o. re
eru:t for his regiment will call on, oi address,
Capt. OREH, White Hall Hotel, Harrisburg,
THE lEUGHIT 'LOCAL io '44w — in the State paid
to Volunteers for one year. Also, Substitutes
Wanted, by •
.. r G. It Ilunm.aatf
Late Capt. 12th Pa. Cavalry,
Jecicam A. Claus,
WM. A. MIDDLSTON,
Market street, below :.Third, South side, up
;DAUPHIN LODGE, N 0.160, L 0. OF 0. F. OF
PA.-All members of this lodge "who have
gone forth at the call of the authorities in
defence of our country" during the present
rebellion, are requested to' farnish to the un
•dersig,ned by next Thursday evening or soon,
er, their names, date of enlistment, rank,
company, regiment, and whether wounded,
&c. By order of the. Lodge.
au6-d3t OE4I F.. WEA.YER. See.Y.
Meeting to Raise Bounties.
The citizens of • the city of Handsburg met
in the Court. House last evening, fetr the pur
pose of taking the neccessary steps to call
upon the Common Council and inditce them
to offer proper bounties for the purpolse of en
listing sufficient men to fill the quota; under
the late call of the President.
On motion of Mr. 8.'13. Child, Maj. David
Mumma was chosen President. Mr. Mumma
explained the object of the meeting in a plain
and business like manner, and his remarks
were well received by the audience.
On motion of Mr. J. D. Boati, the foll Owing
gentlemen were chosen Vice presidents, viz:
First Ward, Alex. Koser.
Second " Wagner.
Third " W. W. Jennings.
Fourth " John. Brady.
Fifth " Levi Weaver, Sr.
Sixth " Jolnr , Stirestel. •
On motion of Mr. Joshua Wiestling, John
A. Smull and Thomas J. Osier were chosen
Hon. J. C. Kunkel, being called upon, ad
dressed the meeting.
Mr. S. S. Child offered the following
Resolved, That the Common Council of
the city of Harrisburg, Pa., be requested to
- offer a local bounty of $2OO to each recruit
who may be properly credited to any ward
in the city of Harrisburg, to fill the quota of
said city, on the last - call of the President of
the United States for 500,000. men.
Messrs. Bomberger, Lumberton, J.
SOler, A. C. Smith and James R. Boyd, ad
dressed the meeting upon the resolution.
The resolution was . unanimously agreed to.
Mr. Weaver, ~Sr,,Aaffered the following res
Res4ved, That: any ward which has already
furnished volunteers under said call, and has
been properly credited, shall receive a sum
not exceeding $2OO for all such credits, upon
the presentation of proper certificates.
Mr. Small offered as an amendment:
Resolved, That . this meeting recommend
the Town Council to appropriate to any ward
- which has already, or may hereafter furnish
volunteers tinder said call, who have been
properly credited to the quota thereof, the
sum of s2ooJor, each volunteer, upon pre
sentation of - the proper vouchers, and that
each person who shall have or may hereafter
ftirnish a substitute and credit the some to
their respective wards, shall receive the sum
Mr. Wiestling moved that a committee of
two citizens from each ward, in connectiort
with the officers of Os meeting, be appointed •
to wait on the town council and present the
resolutions of the meeting. Agreed to.
The President appointed the following gen
tlemen as the committee, viz:
First Ward—A. Reser, John Knepley.
Second Ward—D. W. Gross, Valentine
Third Ward—Philip Dougherty, Joshua T
Fourth Ward—Jacob F. Seiler, A. R. Black
Fifth . Ward—W. F. Osier, Levi Weaver.
Sixth Wkitdriank Darby; J. Barnhart.
On motion of A. C. Smith, Esq., a commit—
tee of three was appointed to wait on the Pro..
vost Marshal General and request him t
adopt proper means in order to banish the
bounty brokers from the city. Agreed to, anal
A. C. Smith,. Jacob 'C. Bomberger and E. 'D.
Williams were appointed the committee.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
TUE following are the quotas of the various
sub-districts in Cumberland county, under
the call for five hundred thousand men :
• Sub-districts. goofas.
Shippensburg borough ....... . ... ...... 43
Shippensburg township 8
Southampton- township 50
Newburg borough 11
Mifflin township 30
.Newville borough - 18
Newton township.... , , 49
West Pennsborough township 52
Frankford township = . 36
Penn township 40
Dickinson township 39
North Middleton township 24
Middlesex township ' 35
East Ward, Carlisle 60
West " IS 54
South Middleton township 64
Silver Spring townehip , ' 58
Monroe township 42
Upper Allen township. 33
Mechanicsburg borough 54
Lower Allen township 31
New Cumberland bor ough -9
Hampden•townahip t : ..... .. . . ....... . . .- .28
ast Pennsborough township 44
Official Vote on the First
fifty=four counties have been heard from,
a r i d as the great interest of the eleotion cen
tres on the . lit amendment, we present the
aggregate in fifty l foq counties, as follows:
For the Ist amendment. ...186,849
Against amendment , 98;542
:Majority in favor of amendment.. 88,300
Cameron, Elk, Forest, .•Franklin, Fulton,
Greene,'. eau _ , Pike;` Potter, Venango, War
reneandi. iiinytok - oOlmties .to be heard from,
• 'oh will undorditiedly increase the majority
biie re ais
A few more men wanted, -to fill up this or 4
ganization. $350 local bountY paid, $lOO
government, majtig $460 bounty. Men Will
gp to camp and draw uniforms as soon as
mustered in. Rally men, and avoid the com
ing draft. Headquarters, Walnut street be
tween Third and Fourth:streets, Harrisburg,
Pa. . W. A. DEAX (apt•:
Lients. Theodore G. Thomas,-Ed. G. De
beck, Recruiting Officers. --. au9-tf
One Yeai Service: Verbelke
This Company, now in Camp Curtin, fully
uniformed and equipped, is nearly full. A
few more good volunteers wanted,'to whom
we will guarantee the veryhighest cash boun
ties to be had anywhere, however high they
may be_ Call at the WALNUT STREET EX
CHANGE BUILDING (lower room) and hear
extra inducements, that no officer can excel.
The Captain pledges himself to look after the
cbmfort and wellbeing of his men stall haz
ards. .dome on soon, for we are rapidly filling.
G. WASHINGTON FENN, Captain.
Marta T. Casa, Recruiting Officer.
HIGH PRICE 07 Goons.—The prices of all
the necessaries as well as the luxuries of life,
have now reached a point beyond anything
ever before known in the history of Harris
burg; and the indications are that they will
go still higher, to which consumers must sub
mit. How poor men can pay rents and sub
sist their families, is a mystery to us.. There
is no necessity for the existence of ' such a
state of things, and concert of action on the
part of consumers, especially with regard* to
those things that can be dispensed with, will
soon cure the evil, by buying your goods at
Brant k, Bowman's cheap dry goods store,
corner Second and Walnut, formerly J. Kahn
wiler's. They are determined to close out
their entire stock, at least 20 per cent. below
city prices. Call -and see. No charges for
showing goods. au9-2t
Slight Cold") Coughs.
Few ars aware of [he Importance of checking a Cough
of "Many MU , " In its first stage; that which in the he
gieniegweeid y ieM.to a mild remedy, if neglected, soon
attack,' th e luir4s.. "Brown's Bronchial Trochee' give
sue and al mo st - fi n mediate relief Ililitam Of kers and
SOldiers should have them, as they cam be carried in the
pocket and taken as OCcnSiO4 requires. anglo-dawlm
Military auki, , tesa
. Attended To
, . ,
bounty, Pension, Back y b y t Subsistence and Military
and War Claims, generally, ixi, 4 4S ent lind collected. Per
sorts residing at a distance can .'we their business trail'
ailed by mail, by addressing
. - Third/it-WSJ 11"riabar2 Pa
OOLG.,&TE'S HONEY WAP.
This eelebratol Toilet Soap, in 5. universal
mand, is make from the choicest maCtlitis, is mild
and eineditentin its nature, t!ragran Opseented,
1110 extremely beneficial in its action tWm the akin.
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods D.ldem
PURE VEGETABLE TONTC:i
13E most healthy persons feel more or less
weak this extreme warm weather, and lose L'lteir
petite. They need a good strong Tonic—one
strengthen the nervous system and stomach. This they
can get at 50 cents per bottle, at Mrs. L. - Ball's, No. 27,
South Pine street, Harrisburg. Orders from a distance
promptly attended to. augl.
DO YOU WISH To BE CURED!
- - - - _
DR BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS cure, in
less than 30 days, the wort cases of NERVOUSNESS),
Impotency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weakness, Insan
ity, and all Urinary, Sexual and Nervous Affedtions, no
matter from what cause produced. Price, One Dollar per
boa. Sent, post-paid. by mail, on receipt of an ordint.
One Box will perfect the cure in most cases. Address
JAMES S. BUTLER,'„
Iyls-datw3m General Agent, 429 Broadway, N. Y.
For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, d&c., are specially recommended to
ministers, singers and persons whose vocation
calls them to speak in public. Manufactured
only by C. A. Bannvart Co., Harrisburg,
Pa-, to whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist every where.
Read the following testimonials from some
of our eaninent clergymen:
ILummiros.o„Feb. Bth, 1864.
1(3. A. Bilaivaas• - -peai Sir: I have used
Brown's Brunel:dal Troches, Wistar's Lozenges'
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in'comparison with.thent.
all, can cheerfully commend yew own as a
most admirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of ho&feeness, coUghs
and colds. I have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually.
Yours truly, T. H. ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
„Orr agee with Mr. Robinson as to the
ursine of Bazurrart's Troches.
W. 0. OATT.L. , LL,.
.Late roam of P t EN Presbyterian Chore&
To C. A. BLIsINVART---Dear Sir: In th B habit
of sparking you frequently, • and in places
where the vocal organs are very much taxed,
I have found the need of some gentle expecto
rant, an d th a t 1 .. - -.. ant has been supplied in your
I consider them ee.'.7 far superior to any
Lozenges that I have eve: used, in removing
speedily that huskiness of ate 'mice arising
from its too frequent use, and Impairing th
effectiveness of the . delivery of publio
dresses. Yours, Joe
JNO. WA Tarn JAMISON.
Pastor of the Lootist St. Methodist Ohuroh.
To O. A. Bearrreirr—Dior Sir: Having uset:
ye= Troches, I am free to say they are
the best I have ever tried and take greet
pleasure in. recommending them to all persons
afflicted with sore throat or hilskiness of
voice arising from public s& or singing.
Yours, &c., G. G. RAW,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
DISTRIOT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE,t
• _ HARRISBURO, Feb. 29, 1864. I
• To-G. A. BeutivAin , --Dear Sir: I- have -
tound.soux 210e.h9s to be invaluable in—re—
lievh* heatelunklit-otka in =- OrenfOben4the -
Mtiii 3l66 , ( "rg i ft l/ 0 - .. 44 ', 7 4 ' TOY 1 11 44 19 101 4 1 4 0 4 8
to the volOe; ana'ixe ,l * .=
at to all public • t',.,plEs .-..
'PRIVATE 'BALE., •
MILE stitintribifoffers, ittAuryititte-: stalk :thsr
Ifollowing valuable property, situatoin Susquehanna'
township, Dauphin county, on the Jonestownroad, about
one and one - half miles from Harrisburg.. A tract of land,
containing 6 aerea, bounded by lands of James Colder,
heireof Gen. John Forster aud others, thereon erected a
large frame Rouse, nearly new and frame Ham, together
with other necessary outbuilding.. well: with never
falling water in the basement of the hnuse•, alai, a vari
ety of choice fruit trees, conaiating of apples, pears and
cherries. Persons desirous of seeing the property. wilt
please call on the subscriber, residing °nine preinisea
• : PETER H. SHAFFER.:
N. R—lf the Shove property is not sold hews the
gd of September neat, it will be offered at pubiio *de on
that day, on the premises. elig6•42w-
A. LOT of GROUND, situate an the corner
of Herr street and James alley. Fjfty.two foot
trout on Herr street, Inquire - Of J. WESLEY AWL,
n WILL be paid for information of
I‘./ the whereabouts of any deserters from Big.
.8. aerates. All oommtaticatioas strictly conadelaila
Address Box la, -Harrisburg. P. a , , aug.L-dtf . •--
0 UV •
BRANT'S HALL. BRANT'S HALL
RETUILY OP THE PAVORITIS.
RETURN OF THE PAVORITES,
Rouse's Star Combination . Company,
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Will re-open at the above Hall
ON MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15th
First appearance of the young and tale:ited Tragic Star
Miss FANNY PRICE.
Miss FANNY PRICE.
Miss FANNY PRICE.
Miss FANNY PRICE.
First appearance of the great Tragedian
MT. D. HANCHETT.
Mx. D. HANCHETT.
Mr. D. HANCHETT.
Also the first appearance of the very popular young actor
Mr. W. H. MEEKER..
Mr. W. H. MEEKER
Mr. W. H. MIiEKER
'For further particulars sr , 1.1 egymme
THIRD WEEK OF THE
CONTINENTAL COMBINATION COMPANY,
ON MONDAY. JULY 25, 1864.
recompany consists of the best star per
mote, consisting of
The manager takes pleasure in announcing that they
intend making this THE Concert Hall of the city.
HARRY WELLS & CO., Proprietors.
Hoax Poarsa, Business Agent. jy23.d21
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRIS.
Propriet% J H. DONNELL
Business Agent JOE MILLER
:Stage Manager • t ANDY WILLIAMS
Leader of Orcheeter " HARRY MRSTAYER
Treasurer .... ... . .............. .... J. G. BIDLER
OPEN every night with a first-class cam
pally of male and female artistes. The perform
ance embraces:WWl !rattlety . 'of...legitimate awned:tent,
SINGING, MUSICAL FARCES,
PANIC:46ISOBf - NEORO CONIGALITIBIi
BURLESQUES, AND JESTS.
Admission, 25 cents. Seats lo private boxes 60 cents.
Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock.' jylBdtf
• ' -
ABAR TENDER. Apply at the European
HoVI, Harrisburg, Pa. augB-d2t*
WANTED—An unfurnished or furnished
Cottage, or part of a-fornished or unfurnished
„Rothe. For particulars enquiry at
autgB-dtf THIS OFFICE.
WANTED, TO EXCHANGE,
A'. VALUABLE LOT for a : convenient
Dat.r.ribio. Tie difference in valuation will be
paid in. cash.. Address postofilca box 224 m*344,0
wantsd to Re„ _ . -
AHOUSE containing 5. or 6 rooms for a
small family. Leave directions at this office. Bent
paid in advance monthly, if required. aut-tf
A, PRACTICAL BAR-TENDER. Apply at
2 - 1 . , the saloon under Herr's Hotel. 1y29-tUf
ANTED, TO RENT—An unfurnished
own, within five minutes walk of the post of
tide. AddPOss Box 30n, Post Office. aug44ttf
yOT.3D—At $l5O per Month.—We want
a reliaii.(e" Canvasser In 'every - county. We have
agency making ;;.50 por mouth which WQ . 7 . 111 prove. to
any 'doubting appjkiiikt. Atidrieti
• - .
mwo substitutes to serve for one year want
ed, to whom s2io each will be paid. Apply to
Thomas C. Macdowell, attorn,T-at-law. Mice in Third
street, near Pine, Harrisburg, P:X. 3y27-tf
Wfollowing United Statee securities have
orm lost, viz:
$l,OOO 73-10 Treasury Note, dated Oct. 1861, No. 22,477
600 do do 1,503
500 do do 1,369
do do 1,319
he above haVe on them the coupons Iron Oct. i i 1562,
1100 T 3-10 Treasury Note, dated Aug. 19, '614 No. 64,06
100 do do 642_°.i
100 do do 64 . 228
100 do do 64,230
:.100 01, do 64,2:40
The latter five notes hare on them the coupons from
Feb .19, 1863; inclusive .
$l,OOO One Year Certificate of indebtedness, due April 3,
1863, No. 8,194 . . . . .
W PAYMENT ON ALL TEE ABOVE HAS BEEN
.STOPPED at the United States Treasury, and the ,holder
of them will not receive payment. The above reward will
be paid, on behalf. of the person owning them, if leilvrith
.J. W. Weal, Cashier.
atanniatract,..Tuly 29, 1961413waw2w _
GET OUT OF THE -DRAFT !
One Year's Service.
CAPT, MILES I AND LIEUT . -, LIGHTNER,
HATING received authority (the &Pat is
sued) to raise a company of volunteers for ONE
ISAR'S SERVICE, tow offer rare inducements to able.
bodied men to enter the service. Apply at the COURT
ROUSE, or at MILES' GROCERY STORE, on Ridge Road.
VOLUNTEERS MIK ONE YEAR:
811 the quota of the SECOS'D WARD of
A oi the eitY of Hares?tq. Bounties w2l;' l 'pasd as
Wprd bounty, Cash. •
PAY PER MONTH, $l6
?TERM OF RERTICE, ONE YEAR ORE
.b4 kx ak t. t o a ny person furnishing an acceptable
3 Apply at Daniel Wagner's, Second Ward Roux., Corner
of Second and Chestnut streets, to •
. • - • J. W. SIMONTON,
• " PETER IL BACA
DAR= E WILT,
.13 15 -dif • Ree,raltint Cotantittee, Be Jed Ward.
Air . ENS BEEF and MESS PORK. --A chide;
.L.T.L. article of Mesa Beef and Pork at
NEM= & PRA=
toe tameeesaara to Wen 000. Jr.. & Cal
SPICED OYSTERS. - -4 Extra fine Baltimore
Oystars, spiced, Just recelynd at
018 -- BOYER & ROMPER.
.ALLL kinds of hauling with wagons or carts
will be promptly done by canine on
1 corner of Second street and Meadow Lane.
Co'3 TRY S OAP. -4k small but superior
let or Homo-made Soap jest received at
aut. SHISUR Ai FRAZER'S.
AIFiXTRA WHITE WlfEkt FLOUR-Se
lected White Wheat FriallfFlour, Just roceived
V for sale at MISER & FRAZER,
*8 Sooceasort . toll. Dock, Jr- & Co.
rtIDEB VIREGAB.—:Purin Cider Vinegar
eau be bongo by tbe barri4 or gnia eaantlin at
418 O BOY/Ilt A; /LOUPES.
'MMr - AZM:M'DIEBIRTIFTS.
Proposals for Loan.
TEEssysx DEPAETKILNT, July 25,186 t.
NOTIQE is hereby given that subscriptions
will.e received by the Treasurer of the
United States, the several Assistant Treasu
rers and designated Depositaries,' and by the
National Banks designated and qualified as
Depositaries and,'Fin' andel Agents, for Trea
sury Notes payable three years from August
15, 1864, bearing interest at the rate of seven
and three-tenths percent. per mammy with
semi-annual coupons attached,' payable in
These notes will be convertible atthe option
of the holder at maturity, into six , per , cent.
gold bearing.bonds, zedeemableafter five and:
payable twenty years from August 1.5, 1867.
The Notes will be issued in - denominations
of, fifty, one hundred, five hundrecl;i . one thou
sand, and five thousand dollars, , and will be
batted in blank, or payable to order,' as; may.
be dirliqbziil by the subsetibers.
All subscriptions mast be tor fifty .dollars,
or some multiple of fifty dollars. - • -
Duplicate Certificates will bq *Tied for all
deposits. The party depositi,i4imiSteridorse
upon the original certificatethadenomination
of notes required, . and Whether they are to be
issued in blank or payable to order. When
so endorsed it must be left with the officer re
ceiving the deposit, to be forwarded to this
The notes - will be trrnstuitted to the owners
free of transportation charges as soon after
the receipt of the original Oertiticatea of De
posit as they cau to prepared. '
Interest will be allowed to August 15 on all
deposits made prior to that date, and will be
paid by the Department upon receipt of the
As the notes draw interest from August 15, .
persons making deposits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest accrued from date
of note to date of deposit.
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand
dollarii and upwards for these notes at any
one time will be allowed a commission of one
quarter of one per cent., which will be paid
by this Department. upon the- receipt of a
bill for the amount, certified to by the officer
with whom- the deposit was made. Node= ductions for commissions must be made from
Officers receiving deposits will see that the
proper endorsements `Are made upon the
original certificates. -;
All officers authorized to receive deposits
are requested to give to applicants all desired
information, and affard every facility for
making subscriptions., •
Secretary of the Treasury.
All respectable ' , tanks and bankers
throughout the country sill doubtless afford
fiteilities to subsoriberse. aul-d&w2m
GOVERNMENT SALES, &C.
WAR DEPARTHRST, CAVALRY BURSA.;
OFFIGE OF CLUEIr QUARTERRABTKR,
Warms=3r, D. C.. July r. 6, 1861.
WILL be sold" at public auction, to the
highest bidder, at GIESBORO, D. C., on
FRIDAY, August 5, 1864, 100 Cavalry Horses;
TUESDAY, August 0,1864, 100 Cavalry . Hors a.
These horses have been condemned as unfit for the rev=
airy service of the army.: -
icor road and farming purposes many 'boa bargaths
may be had.
Horses sold singly.
Terms cash, in United States currency.
JAAIEn A. Et: 2i,
Lieut. Vol. and Chief Quartermaster,
aug 1-It . Cavalry Bureau.
B B 4:k N S 1
LADIES' HAIR NETS, and
FRENCH LACE, and
'AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES, -
Everybody should call at once, and secure great bar
gains, at " Mrs. MAYER S,
LIQUID RENNET . yields with milk the
most Dimities of all deserts for the table ; the light
est and most grateful diet , for invalids , and children.
Milk contains every element of the bodily constitution;
when coagulated with rennet it is always light and easy of
digestion, and supports the system with the least possible
excitement., When still greater nutritive power isdesired,
~.vreatri and sugar may be added , A teaspoonful converts
a i s mart of milk into e Jinn curd. Prepared and sold,.
wholesale and retail by g. A. KUNKEL,
j e i,‘Af Street.
at present a resident of
being duly sworn, do depose and say
that I was enrolled in 1.863, In the
County of Pa., where I then resided, but
that I moved from there in the month of
18—, into said first above named.
lam a man, and by eceupation a --
and hereby request, thatmy enrollment may - , bo changed
to suit my present residence.
Nora.—The above is adopted by the Board of Enroll.
went of the 14th District of Pennsylvanl as a suitable
fecal of dadavit to be made on an application to change
Ullessame on the enrollment lists from one District or
Sob.Dheziet to another.
JNO. KAY CLEMENT,
CHAS. C. RAWN,
R. T. CHARLTON.
Beard of Enrol meat..
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
I AM happy to 4Z7 to the public a large
sirVikit7s7 'GA4')LD PENS, •
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD. • •
Z. hese Pens are well nnishetiv elastic, and will give en
PLEASE TRY TREK
sonErrms BOOK STORE,
E I,%•Nviri street, opposite Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg
Pa . apEE
VERY FINE, ANDEED:
To oun.' fine end extensive stock of Photo
. graph .A.lbams and rnetograph Card Pictures,
have tided aidEAUITITIL ENVELOPE for the reception
of par t , I pictures. They must be seen and will be admired_
rhotographers supplied at the very lowest whole
saie prt ,te, and their card printed upon themfor $1.33.? •
thousau d, wholesale and gig.
May 24 Ll7l;ft'S.B : wpaRE.
TpEIaTTONGUES - 4 1n0/4 0,*fcmgmi,
caw I. ikir 5:2r. Michesier
KUMaI C 4 ; And of e
Davi sore to ysr e Dock,, 7r„ 14.
*OBUNTNtrZS; F ILBERTS
AINIITS, la "
Par alto wh,.
Mama & FRAZEE,:
nick. Jr, k Co.
riKEESß—C•hoice uqw oroP Cheese, just
kit reoeived at .!IRMisE4 FRAZER.
111-7 Soeogloomil k ,‘ W. Potk, Jr.; k Co
ova fot sale on ,the euara, s sr 41 - Third
Allitixtd Wow& E n ort e - of wm . ItorADDEN..
- * - 11,011-
NrsB SHAD sadRINE . 14 ' '
J. EILEE, jut reoeived, at IRPER.
.1 18 _Dona Jowl,
• ftAIM HAMS I L — fresh
Drisa v m
eO raolamor Wltani mm RxaM:
' , OMAR'S" Errautmrolsa. -- '
mummuINATOSA-.. - :
Per Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Boa Hun,
Fleas, Moths In Furs, Woolens, latimeAs
on Plants, Potosi., Animals, etc.
"15 yews established in N. Y. 'City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons." -
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rata come out of their holes to dle."
say -Sold by all Drogglets everywhere
awl 1 I Swam I I I of ill worthless imitation&
W" Costar's" Depot, No. 482 Broadway, N. 'L •
AripSold by D. W. GROSS & CO:,
Wholesale and retail agents —
And by all Druggists In Harrisburg, Pa jelo-davenna
PROvoer ItananAL'a Onus;
14th Drermer, Parrrativ.ertA..
HARRIMIURG, Avg 1, 1864.
The Board of Enrollment
F this District is now engaged in revising O .
and correcting the lists of persons enrolled as able
to do. military duty. . .
Persono , allO may be improperly en the rot on sesame
A LIEN.A GB,
NON- R.ES IDE Mt.
UNSUITABLENESS OP AGE, - ;
MANIFEST PERMANENT PHYSICAL, DLSAR& I ,
HAYING SEEPED TWO YEARS IN THE PEE
SENT WAR, .
should promptly APPEAR BEFORE THE BOARD,-prOVe
the same and have their names striken from chalk=
chisel:who has a knowledge of any ore having
enrollment, and who is liable to military duty; or away,
ono who has arrivrd at the age' of: twenty years atidarthe
enrollmeet of 1863, orof any - who haverdeclarod - thafrilr- -
tentiona to become eltizensotre carnally invited tope"-
Munloate the information: to the Boone of Enrakiong.
that such persons may be placed on the lists. ,
u-It Is the interest mod duty of every mitoses &Men
to see that all who have been improperly wynTED
from the list shotild be added thereto .
• hrlt is the imperative duty of all citizens to see that
Persons drafted in any sub-district; and falling to esprit, 5.
ate ARRESTED and brought before the Board of Hat
roUment, The sotAistrict, is charged with the duty of
furnishing its full quota. . ,
JNO. KAT &tuner_
Capt., Pro. Mar. and PAWres%
N, of Howe
CHAS C. H
Commissioner o , the Board.
S. T CHARLTON,
Surgeon of the Bent
Winner's Perfect Guides
Use . of Every Musical_ Instrument.
Winner's Perfect Guide for the Violin, 60 cents.
Winner's Perfect Guide for the Flute, 60 cents.
Winner's Perfect Guide for the Guitar, 60 cents.
Winner's Perfect Guide for tire Plane, 60 omit& •
Winner's Perfect Guide Mr the Melodeon, 60 mina '
Winner's Perfect Guide fur the Accordeon, OW yam. ;
Winner's Perfect Guide for the Prf , , 60 cents.
Winner's Perlbct Guide tor the C art.:met, 00,berits;
Wirater l a Perfect Guldp for the Flagoliet, *NNW
' • ALSO,
Winner's Flute and Plano Duets, 80 cents.
Winner's Violin and i lano Duets, GO cents
The instrucUons In these books are giVen Inlist4o"
adapted to the comprehension of_ all grad. s of
Toe osercisos illustrating and . enforehl the lemma %PDS
not dry and tedious, bid sprightly and enliven*. aliklthe
selection of music, varying from the simple to the di&
salt, comprises the most p pular melodies of the dayi.
Oliver Ditson & Co.. Publishers, Boston. Slid by it
B. Gould, Philo ielphia. • aug2.-dte
Fifty Volunteers Wooted. !
FOR ONE YEAR'S SERVICE!
To fill the quota of the Third ward of the
city of li.trrisburg. Volunteers credited to the
ward will be paid as follows
Ward bounty. casb..
PAY PER: MONTH , $l6
TERN OF SERVICE, ONE • YEAR.
Families of recruits credited to districts not wittall
Dauphin county will lose the relief paid by the ettuVY.:
$lO premium will be paidtlany Versrm furnishing on on .
ceptable recruit. Res4quarters for the ward hare been
established at, the law office of 'J. M. Wiestlium Zak,
Walnut street, near Third, arid at law office of - 3, - $: Ow.
ins, Esq., in Third street. Recruits willapply at *Ube;
office, or to W Verbeke, Esq.. Treasurer of thettlid;"
J WIESTLINO. Wit J STENS,
J B EWING, M BtrIIBAY3,
A L CHAYNE; Gkri BAILEY
W JEK.EINGA '
Recruiting Cbmmthee, Third ward.
TO T 'l' CITIZENS OF HARRISEURO. -
1101 EDUCTION in the price of bread. Thee
Jar undersigned, Practical Baker, of the' Sixth 'wart
Harrisburg, Broad street, between Second and Thi rd re
spectfully informs the public that ho will sell his Wheat
Bread at the following rates loaves as large as those a
any , othfr baker in the city: Three ten cent loaves - fir
26 cents; six for be cents; twelve for $l. Those *temps
to patronize the undersigned elf do well to his
Bakery, or apply to his wagons and make' 'their' we..
chases, as they will save 20 per cent: Tamil es witting
to bake their own bread can obtain a GOOD TNABT,•pre
pared expressly for family use, every afternoon, at four
o'clock, at tdsbakery. • Terms cash.
auglt-dtf - JOHN ALCORN, Practical Baba:
CAVALRY Bosse% • • - •
OFFICE OF CHIEF QUAirFEEELUITER,“
we...gammon, D. C., Anguit-g„
be sold at pabllo auction, .0 'Alto
low. viz: . • .
ImMlit;TleirsdaY August W net
Reading, PennSy „
Altoona, Pennsylven*Thauldiy, nut=lk 1"
Lcb inon,.Pennsylvtiniti, Thursday, September 1188¢.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Thursday, September f.
1864. , . •
TWO HUNDRED (200) Cavihy Horses at each place.
These Houses have been condemned as unlit for 45
Cavalry service of the Army.
For road and farm purposes many good bargains USW
Horses sold singly. •
TERNS: OA= in•Hnited States Currency.
au6dtsB Lt. OoL and C. Q. IL Cavalry BuLriin.
THE DAY & BUSHNELL. MINING 'COMPANY
20 . EICCIIANGZ PLACA- • tre!Er 40gx.
JE attention of Ole ealled . to-the
advantages Wrong by tidal Nmpany.fpF .7
The extent and valnen j t Its
G 0 Mlrin
enapkl. with lte *Mtn for working .tbeiri;l*
most desirable.property ever offered to the public...,
Detailed information In regard to its !:tent and_ tree
pieta milisbad at the office or t h e undersigned; *ate -
company, who will receive mincriptione
JOIDI W. SALL,
l' . ge" - 4 7 -
- Moe ?bird street,lteer WWI; . •