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MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15, 1861.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.--All Adver
tisements, Business; Notices, Marriages,
Deaths, 6r.c., to secure insertion in the
TELEGRAPH, mast invariably be accom
panied with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regular
Evening Edition are inserted in the Morn
ing Edition without extra charge.
GOWN AND COUNTRY
Foa SALE—An elegant building lot s situat
ed on Third street above North, 21 feet iron ,
by 131 feet in depth, running to a 20 fee,
wide alley. .For particulars enquire at •
au9-dtf THIS OFFICE.
CHAMBERSCITIM IN BITERS. —Stereoscopic
views of the different parts of the town, ta
ken on the spot, for sale at J. Rosendale's
Optical Institute, No. 29 North Second Street.
FOE CONGICESS.—Leander N. Ott, Esq., of
Susquehanna township, announces himself as
a candidate for Congress to represent this dis
THE 29th of August, on which day the cop
perhead convention meets in Chicago, will be
the anniversary of the birth-day of Benedict
COMPLIMENTARY. —The Manch Chunk Ga
zette says that the patriotism of a majority of
the moneyed men of that town " can be put
into the heart of a fly and not half fill it."
SPECIAL ELECTION.-A, special election for a
member of Council will be held in the Sixth
ward, on Wednesday, the 31st inst., to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Dr.
Wm. H. Egle. The election will be held at
the new market house.
ANOTHER COMPANY. —John T. Ensminger,
late Lieutenant of Co. A, 127th P. V., is rais
ing a company for one year's service, and has
opened a recruiting office at the Court House.
A liberal local bounty is offered, for particu
lars of which see advertisement,
Damx—Dann, the soldier who had his leg
cut off by a train, near Shrewsbury, on Friday
morning (the particulars of which we published
on Saturday,) has since died at York Hospi
tal. His remains were interred in the York
Cemetery yesterday (Sunday) afternoon.
READ IT. —On our first page will be found a
very interesting account of the late explosion .
nt City Point, Va., and the horrors attending
the same. The letter was written by a Harris
burger. It was put in typo for Saturday's
TELEGILIPH, but was unavoidably crowde/ A
THE ELECTION LAws, BY M. M'ArszinY .—A
new edition of this well known and 'useful
digest, including the amendment to the Con
stitution and law providing for the ye ling of
soldiers in actual service, will be issued im
mediately after the adjour.:ment of the present
session of the Leg'D l .a.tnre. See the adver
tisement in this
DEATH . 01 1 ' A SOLDIER.--David gOOTC, Of .
Capt. `.., coat's company 194th Pernsylvania .
viv .enteers, of the one hundred days' service,
died on Friday last in the camp at Nankin
Woods, near Baltimore. Deceased belonged'
to the vicinity of Carlisle, and his remains
have been sent home.
HUNDRED DAYS' MEN.-A company of cav
alry, organized in Adams county, for one
hundred days' service, has arrived here, and
is quartered in camp Curtin. It is command
ed by Capt. B. Morgan Warren, arid Lieuts.
C. H. Fuiwiler and S. N. Ecker. The both.
pany will be ready for active service duty in
a few days.
Hoxontamv ThsCHABGED. —On. Saturday
evening we noticed the arrest of Mr. William
Roberts, on a charge of constructive larceny.
Mr. R. has since had a further hearing, and
was honorably discharged, there being no ev
idence that he had noted improperly, or
wrongfully appropriated the money entrusted
to his care. We take pleasure in announcing
THE WAY A LANDLORD TREATS A SORRIER'S
FAMILY. —A certain landlord in this city, re
cently removed all the sash from the windOw
frames of a house occupied by a soldier's
family, because the rent was not paid as
promptly his avarice demanded, and as a
means of forcing the mother and her little
ones who had occupied the house to move.
That landlord will have a happy time when
the devil gets a hold on him.
SOLDIER KrisFn.—A soldier -(name un
known) was thrown from the top of a car at
tached to the Northern Central railroad ex
press train south, yesterday morning ; and in
stantly killed. He was riding on top of the
ear, and was struck on the temple by a bridge
timber with the above result. The soldier
was on his way to the front, in charge of a
squad of bounty jumpers. The conductor
had warned him of his danger but a moment
before the accident occurred, lie paid no
attention to the caution. His remains war::
taken to Parkten, (near which place he Nyy
killed,) and properly taken care of..
DRAFT SZEDADDLE3S, —Five "skedaddlclrs;"
says the Buffalo Express, from an impending
draft in the town of East Berlin, Adipn a s
county, - Pa., were overhauled at the Exchange
street depot yesterday, by officers. Nispel and ,
ht'Convey. Hearing them make - 4.tiotts in
quiry for the nearest road to Canada, the offi.-
cars suspected that they might be deserters;
and laid hands upon them. Alt when the
facts were elicited, the Chief of Police, having
no atithority to detain them,_ : set them tit lib
ertY, very much to the joy of -*heir cravdn
hearts. The names of the sneaks were Reu
ben Jacobs, Alexander jacoUs, lo . l l l l,l4 Bohn .
David Thomas and Isaac Poitei Foam
Democratic ticket, thaty to be, tattkodt-flye
good votes. 44
'ATTENTION, Homo GUARDS t'—We will meet
for drill, Friday evening at 6i o'clock. Per
sons paving drawn guns, and do not. attend
drill, will return them.
By order. G. PRINCE, Capt.
COMESCITED FO2 COMM—Daniel Brown,
charged with robbing Capt. McCall, at the
Franklin House, had another hearing before
the Mayor, and was committed for trial to
answer the charge of larceny. There . are
severatehargea4ainst him for 'stealing
Seamus Accmeter.—Just as,, we go to press
we learn that Mr. Michael Barite was seriously
injured by a railroad train, near the distillery
at the lower end of the city. life was crossing
the track in a buggy, when the train came
up. Mr. B. had one of his legs badly cutand
bruised, and his head injured to some extent.
The carriage was broken to pidees.
lifavon's Covnv. —Fort Callender was crowd
ed last night. This morning the following
minor eases were disposed of ; Four colored
women were sent up for tea days, for keeping
late hours in and around the depot ; four
drunks and disorderlies ( whites and blacks)
were discharged, and one was sent to the
Provost Marshal ; Jacob Nipple, a vagrant,
was sent to the poorhouse ; Joseph Flood, a
boy who was found in a car, suspected of in
tent to rob, was re-committed ; David Griffith,
for receiving stolen goods, was held in bail;
Singleton Sanders, a boy, arresi'ad for assault
and battery was re-committed.
SHOCKING RAILROAD IiCCIDERM--.One night
last week an accident of a shocking nat= oc
curred on the Penroylvania raihttati, at a
point known as South Fork, eight miles above
Johnstown, in Cambria, county. A freight
train, westward bound, stood on the main
track at that place, - while another was heading
in the same direction not far in its rear. It is
said that the statimery train did, pot signal
the other in time, and a collision was the con
sequence—the: engine of` the moving train
wishing into the rear cars of the other. The
wreck caught fire, and sixteen care, with their
contents, were consumed. The fireman,
Mathew Ooley,.efl Altoona, was severely in
jured, and not being able is extricate himself,
was burr Led in the wreck. The engineer,
Robert t Lachesney, ind two brakemen, were
T 7 stun PENNSYLVANIA CArALICIr. —This gal
lant, regiment reached Philadelphia on Satur
day, their term of service having expired:—
'There are about three hundradmen left.—
One company belongs to Cumberland county.
The time of the, regiment expired on the let
of July, but when the rebels invaded our State
they cheerfully consented to serve until the
enemy was driven from oar borders. The
following officers return with the regiment :
Edward S. Jones, lieutenant colonel com
manding; Wt Bain B. Hedep, surgeon; Lieut.
Charles A. Vernon, acting adjutant; S. P.
Boyer, quartermaster; Lieut. 8. C. Wagner,
commissary; J. Rarmell, chaplain; Samuel J.
M'Cullough, sergeant major; Captain William
E. Miller, Captain A. Wright, Captain J. Lee
Englebert, Captain F. D. Wetherill, Captain
E. W. Hoyle, First Lieutenant J. D. Gallo
way, First Lieutenant E. W. Warren, First
Lieutenant E. L. CaufFman First Lieutenant
S. S. Green, Second Lieutenant A. Bradbury.
This regiment was raised in July, 1861,
under the auspices of Col. Young ; it was at
that time.-knoWn- as Young's Kentucky cav
alry, and retained that title until the removal
of Col. Young some two months after its or
ganization, when its title was changed to the
3d Pennsylvania cavalry, although virtually
the first cavalry organized in the State for the
three years' service. It numbered, when
mustered into the service,' 1,200 men, and has
received at varicous times recruits to the num
ber 'of 400, making a total of 1,600 men.
Seventy-five have re-enlisted, and those who
'have returned, with the above exception, are
the only survivors of the original 1,600. Two
of its colonels, to-wit: Colonels Averill and
Mclntosh, have been made Generals.
Titremz--GBAND Opistna—Return of the
Old Favorites, and First Appearance of New
Stars.—To-night will be a gala occasion for
our play-goers. Rouse's Grand Star Combi
nation Tragic , commence its season, at
13rant's Hall, when our people's favorites will
re-appear, in connection with a
. number of
celebrated performers who have never yet
been introduced hero. A grand bill is pre
sented for this evening consisting of the
thrilling play entitled Ltronerts BORGIA, or
The Poisoner, in whfeh the celebrated trage
dienne Miss Fanny B. Price, will appear in
her favorite character of the poisoner; Mr.
D. Ranched, the tragedian, will appear as
Duke Alphonso. -Messrs. Meeker, Crosson,.
Ales. Fisher, McAuley and others will sustain
prominent characters in the piece. The en
tertainment ;rill conclude with a new farce
called The Mother. and Child are Doing
in which Mr. Rouse, the inimitable, will ap
pear as Felix Fluffy, and other characters by
the members of the company. . _
Among the old members of the company
we might mention - the names of Messrs.
Rouse, Fisher, Crossen, Byrne, McAuley and
Seavey; and Miss Funny Denham, .Miss
Nellie Sprague, and Mrs. Rainfoad--all of
whom are well known here.
`Want of spacelorblds us - giving the Com
pany such notice as it marks. We would say
to eveiyhody that the. best of playeinay be
expected during the a eason, and the manage-
Mad is worthy of the patronage of our citi
zens: The 'private' characters 'of 'the mam
mal of tlielroupe are befOnd reproach.
Pref.. Weber's , ordheetra, will be in • attend-
ante_ . - •
The Recruiting OcnnmitUe IST the Third
ward will meet this evening, at, 8_ o'clock, in
the Sheriff's office, for the transaction of int
portag hneineeB:: The members of the col
lecting request ed to 'ha prat*
with their subscription list and make their
reports. A , folXl.o4danoals _necessary. •
ibaritifikft idaL e l enithig OlithAttek
ritOCKEDMIO OF MIK CUT COUNCIL.—The
city councilr'held another meeting on fiatur
.day evening last, far the purpose of delibera
ting on the bounty question. After the trans
action of some minor business, Mr. Hall
offered the following petition to be presented
to the Tiegislature,
the Honorable, the Senate and lhe House of
Representatives of the Commontemith of
The petition of the common council of the
city of Marisbnrg respectfully represents
That, believing . that a proper local bounty
should be paid to volunteers under the recent
call of the President of the 'United States for
500,000 men, or under any call hereafter to be
Made so as to avoid- the necessity of a draft
within the limits of said city; and believing
that taxation to provide a suitable bounty
should be equitable and uniform;
The said council therefore pray your hon
orable body to authorize said council to bor
row a sum of money, not exceeding $120,000,
for the purpose aforesaid, and•for the payment
of the same, with the interest thereon, ts
raise a fund by assessing a tax upon the in
come of every male inhabitant of said city of
the age of twenty-one years and upwards, not
exceeding two per cent. annually, with the
penalty upon every such inhabitant, upon his
refusal to pay such tax, of a prohibition of
his right to vote for county or city officers,
until said tax be fully paid; and also the
authority to allow such credit as shall be equi
table to every such inhabitant as shall have
subscribed and paid any sum of money to
wards the payment of recruits to be passed
towards the quota of said city, and also to
such inhabitants as shall have furnished sub
Mr. VKIIBEICIL I move to strike out the
words "with the penalty upon every such in
habitant, upon his refusal to pay such tax, of
a prohibition of his right to vote for county
or city officers until said tax be fully paid,'
and insert in lien thereof the following
i : "un
der such penalty as the Legislature n their
wisdom may see fit to impose."
Mr. HAL!. accepted the amendment.
The petition was adopted by a unanimous
The resolution for the appointment of a
committee was then adopted, and the Presi
dent appointed Messrs. Hall, Hamilton and
Wilt, as such committee.
On motion, the council adjourned.
Foam—A lot of papers, &c., supposed to
belong to Captain W. IL H. McCall. They
can be obtained by calling at . this office, de l
scribing property, and paying for this notice:
NEW CLOTHING. STORM —IIIeSSIs. L. & P.
Bernhard have opened an extensive assort
ment of new clothing at No. 105, Market
street—Hunkers new building—where the
public are invited to call and get bargains, as
the stock will be sold at low rates. See ad
vertisement. augls-1w ''
Verbeke Guards—:s4so to $4BO
This company wants a few more men to fill
ita ranks, to whom the highest cash bounties
as above are insured. The company is at
Camp Curtin, fully provided for. To be at
tached to Colonel F. Asbury Awl's regiment.
Call at the lower room of the Excmtivor.
Btrmnmu, Walnut street, or at the Big Tent,.
near the depot, or
G. WASHINGTON FBNN, Captain,'
Or MARIE T. awn, Recruiting Officer: . ;
For the "First City Zouaves." Term of ser
vice one year. Local bounty $375 ; gov
ernment bounty $lOO, m aking in all $475. Call
at company Headquarters—Exchange Build-,
ing (up stairs,) Walnut street, Harrisburg,
Pa. MO. B. BITZEB, Captain.
Sussrrrurn PApmis--EmArranurr PevEza,
and all other PAPERS concerning ,the ni.s4r
made out promptly, by Sullivan •8. Child,.
Claim Agent, Dana . TELZGIRan buildng,
Third St., Harrisburg, Pa. anlo-1w
Ma. Drvsx, of the 12th Penna. Reserves,
has received authority to raise companies Lick
form a regiment for one year's service, of which
he is in command. Parties wishing to re
cruit for his regiment will call on, or address,
Capt. OREM, White Hall Hotel, Harrisburg,
THE THOZEST LOCAL Boum in the State paid
to Volunteers for one year. Also, Substitutes
Waned, by G. B. Hamm,
Late Capt. 12th Pa. Cavalry,
JACKSON A. OLILTN,
will. A. litzunizrox,
Market • street. • below Third, South side, up
Recruits Wanted for the Bitiii
Term of Bervi,ce, One rear. Highest Bountiiis
Paid. A few more men tin 3 wanted. The
officers are men of - experience,. Call at the
recruiting rendezvous, White Hidi Hotel.
' Capt, JOHN T. 3101tGAII,
aulo-tf Ist 14eut., W. 0. SMITH.
Lechiel Greys One Years Service.
A few more men wanted to fill up this F r _
ganization. $3BO to 410 local:aunty paid, $lOO.
Government, making $4BO bounty. Men will
go to camp and draw uniforms as soon as
Mustered in. Rally men, and avoid them:en,
ing draft. Headquartes Walnut street
tween Third and FourtbAreehs L Rif*.
Pa. -' - 4N;"
Isieuts. Theodoie 0. 0.
toPak:lleerititinti 9ffiae awl;
Few are aware of the importaace of check tag 4,Collith
or "army COLD" in Its first stage; that which in.the be
ginning would yield to a mild remedy, If neglected, soon
attacks the lungs. "Brawn's ytronchied Troches" give
sure and almost immediate relief Naitary °time and
Salters should have them, as they can be carried in the
socket and taken as occasion reverts. • anglo-datelm
Military Business • Attended To.
'• Bounty, Pension, Bask Pay, Subsidence sod Mary
end War Cabins, generally, made set mad collected: Per}
apes residing at a diseases can have Abair business tans
meted by mail, by addressins ,
en4ny Third stress, Harnitairit
PURE VEGETABLE TONI% .
TBE meat healthy persona feel more or : 4pr z s
Welk this extreme warm weather , _ and lose their ap
petite. They need a good strong Tonic—one - that will
strengthen the nervous system and stomach. This they
can get at 50cents per bottle, at Mrs. L. Hairs, - 1 0, 2 ;
South Pine street, Harrisburg. Orders , from a distance
promptly attended t 0... . augl
A WORD TOITHE WISE.I
There is no need or any person having swannery
for one day. All I adk of Ike public Is to try my Dyad=
tery Drops; _only 2d.cents a bottle. It Myn' plentant to
take; can be given to a abild of any age wi thgrent
dente. It baa cured - rely: bad case% and alao;611
.114andin&It, is tit worth trying. Prepared aid
only k4rID'AI: pap,anlpS, Harridnultom
NEW AD '
DRAFTED MEN, SUBSTITUTES,
.115,South Seventh St.,
,secondfloor, Room Ko. 10
/tr& Drafted Men from the City or any Part of the
State will be furnished with .Substitutes at short notice,
and on liberal' erms. .
/Or Men Enlisting, eitlier as Substitutes or Volunteers,
will receive the hugest Bounties, Which will he paid to
them in cash as soon as mustered in.
,Agents will be liberally paid al this Office.
THE BEST WAY
A VOID TIU•E DRAFT !
The New Infantry 'Regiment!
NOW FORMING FOR ONE YEAR'S SERVICE.
$375 LOCAL BOUNTY !
$lOO GOVERMENT BOUNTY !
SERVE with your friends and neighbors in
a company of your own, choice. Recruits will imme
diately, upon enlistment, be - mustered into the U S. ser
vice, and receive subsistence and clothing.
Recruiting office at the Court House, Harris
. burg, Pa.
JOHN T. ENSMINOER, Captain,
Late Lieut. Co. "A," 1211 h Begt., P. V,
WILLIAM J. ADAMS, Mustering Officer. augl2-dtf
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! !
IN BOOTS AND Ari-oio*
- - - -
'INTENDING tg close in a very shoKt time
win dill ill my .iv Ps PflidOWlltook of 130b1i4
and hails* et priced Hielepresent vaiugl..lA Ii
My stock was made for retail, of the best material and
To those who apply early I will sengrest bargains.
No. 12 Market Square, nent.to Felix's Confectionery.
TO THE CLTIZENI HARRISBMq.,
EDUCTItIN in the piiee — of bread: The
undersigned, Practical Baker, of the Sixth ward,
liarrisbarg, Broad street, between Second and Third, re
spectfully informs the public that ho will sell his Whe.rt
Bread atlthe following mango loaves as 'smaller those. ef
any other hakes in the. city : „Three -teacart = iciavesJor
26 cents; six for bOteels; , tweive for $l, • • ThesestiShing
to patronize the undersigned, will do well to call at. :his .
Bakery, or apply to his wagons and make their pur
chases, as they will save 20 per cent, Families wishing
to bake their own bread can obtain a GOOD YEAST, pre
pared expressly for family use, every afternoon, at four
o'clock, at his bakery. Terms cash.
augb-dtf JOHN ALCORN, Practical Baker.
THE DAY I '&'BUSONELL'`NIINING''COMPANY
20 EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YORK.
rgattentiowof (the public is: c,alled to.the ,
antages offigailt ttaktVampany for-. u:
Profitable Investment •
The extent and vafue.of gat,:
10 `Li ri .. ,
Coupled , withitalstihiss4dr:Sroriritig than make-it the
most aesirableili l dbertp . WiT i 6i*Atcilie plYafle
Detailed information in regard to its extent and iirdir'
pacts cantle had at the office of the undersigned, agent of
the company, who will receive subscriptions to stock.
JOHN W. HALL, Agt
Office Third street, near Walnut, Harrisburg, Pa.
augs-411naa.W10n ' .t ! ' ." I
AT TEN Ti ON!
M tbesitiiiitiiofthe s 1 mrti NOtt4
the City r . of *Magnin. '8eg 1 4 4611 lagd
Ward bounty, [huh.
1 TAXtrY4 I .4 6I . ( 44114,11$keKt,':
TERM OF SERVICE, ONE YEAR ONLY!
will be paid to any pereT uit f , untislilng au acceptable
Apply at Daniel Wagner's Second Ward House, Corner
pf &Gond and Chestnut ertiets,.to • •'-
J. W. SIMONTON,
PETER S. BOYD, '
• - - - DANIEL E 4
( Jy2s-dlf - Reerniting Botondttillchflay..gid Ward;,,
Cavalry HOrsek walited:
dimmer Quarrramutram's Owes, U. S. A.. 1
Haniusauxo, Pass ,, July 26th, 1864. J .
TTNTIL further:.o6ifiravooo hundred and
siaty.five (185) dollars per head will be paid for all
Cavalry I - lorses,
delivered at the Government stables at Harrisburg, Pa,
Said horses to be sound in all particulars, not lers than
(5) five nor more thorn (S);apne years old, froml4,y, to 16
handl high, , tell. tosEed_ ___, , m6 7l PactlY htliAr r hrid/st,wms anti
of Mae fullielept fdipillairyLPETPostst
The sfleiffeaPtenr beeivtagY adhered band iisticuy
aCrced sa everipargiciair, ,
transmit, made as delimpf (7) seven uoreenortOV.6l%.
Hours of intipeotion ( 4 . :0 114 Titu
mend ja urgent and a nimmediate response 1 solicited.
E. C. REICIiENBACH,
jy26 dtf Capt, and Ass't Qr. Mr.
tiPMz! Dr¢lti . :•s .
A LIENS and persons under or over the re
il gutted 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 the tarektopiA the
draft. z , • • 167:,•=r1V3i1 a . ,
Nr9W3l **6 l 9k; 4 11 4.414114.4 1 . 2 4;,. 2r 0 ,3*.:40 .
Maid the armyaarwbstitidins g om o b tai n the gnewligw..
. Business transacted by mail at legal rates, and cost of
travel thereby voided. -
Call at once,- oiniktreatAtfri -
Alleniey at Law, 3d street,
. iY - 71L E,TI
PAILAittl ' iYfAC OJA •
$5 0 0 BOUNTY! For one year's ser-
Mce only . )ien mustered immediately
and paid cash dottivs4oo:"Come singly, or in squads.
Any person brifting 20 men will be commissioned a
Second - Lieuteinkitrari men a First Lieutenant; 40 men a
The above will be estmuterdlo . the letter. Apply to
)IHeaaitift,'6ll'ehegib:i L LuEt?st.ll"/~R.
0 41-RARE CRANCEPOIVIPECULATION.
inieTHOTESEEND CAVALRY SABRES
rates as will give parties wishing to invest a
*Lee chance to make money The Sabra must he sold to
'satisfy unpaid chins. Batsples furnished and a!1 war
meted equal to samples . for fall particulars addresS
G. B. KEEPER,
aug6-dlo* egb. Bps 87, Reading, Penna.
X4O R#W.AII, - D.
QTOLEN, on the Mt., from the livery
stable of the se - er, In Harrisburg, a ROAN
MARE, 9 years old, 15% daigh, small star on face,
black mane and tail,• - wh x ir on right hind pasture;
shows the white of her e w n working er mpvlng her
bead; always paces wh er the saddle. Also, a
MGT; painted black, tirirso white, letter 8, on both
de panels, leather •cuslanf u l top . Also, a set of
• $4O reward iilll 'd for the retnrn of the
Mire, Buggy and Harness f such information as will
lead to their recovery, an elsrest of the thief.
ang9-dtf i..— • F. K. SWARTZ.
d'IROSSE & BLVICM'ELL'S ENGLISH
sv PICHLEB, a rue arlolde for table use, Just received
lad fi r aide by /1111:11,31t
febl (etKicellike to Wm. Dookl=
Ab~U El►lEI'T s.
BRAN'T'S HAS, Y BRANT'S HALL.
RETURN OR THE FAVORITE ' S.
RETURN OF THE ZeIfrORTTEE.
• Routo'i Star Combination Company,
ROLM'S Star Combination - Company,
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Will re-open at the' above Hall
ON MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 15th
Firit .. „applorance of young and ten ted Tregtc Star
Miss FANNY PRICE.
Miss -We'tcY PRICE
Miss FANNY PRICE, - •
..• Miss FANNY
Fir:, appearance of the great Tragedian
fir. D. /lA.NCHETT.
' . Mr. D. HANCHETT.
Also the first'appearance of the - very popular young actor
Mr. W, H. MEEKER.
. ,•`' Mr. W. H. MEEKER
Mr. W: rt: isi.!EEKEt.
l)fr.For further particulars see programme.
THIRD WEEK OF THE
CONTINENTAL COMBINATION COMPANY,
ON MONDAY, JULY 25, 1864:
HIS company consists of the best star'isar
formers, consisting of
The manager takes pleasure in announcing that they
Latent making this THE Concert Hall of the city.
HARRY WELLS Z>s 00, ,.1 1 0Prielors
BILLY PORTBR, Business Agent. _ Jy23 d2t
la:'.s l " .10
E , oW I.
Proprietor. J IL DONNELL
IllusinessAgent JOE MILLER
Stage Manager ANDY WILLIAMS
Leader of Orchester HARRY MESTAYER
... ....J. G. HIOLF.E
OPEN every night with a first-edass com
pany of male and female artistes. The perform
ance embraces every variety 'of legitimate amusement,
SINGING, IfOSICAL FARCES,
DANCING, COMIC OPERAS,
'PANTOMIIIEz, NEGRO COIIICALITIE , ,
BURLESQUES, AND JESTS.
Admission, 25 cents. Seats in private boxes 50 cents.
Doors open at 7. To commence at 843 , c10ck. jylAdtf
ACHILD'S NURSE, or a girl to do general
house work in a small family. Must bring good
.recommendations. Either will Jim of, a good place by
'iaCii.friag;r4 ',(aul3.4f) "THIS OFITGE.
LIEUTENANT with a few men. For
further partiehlus *intro or Capt. Dean. °flied
Wahiut Street, bbtween'Third and Fourth streets, where
lie highest local bounty is paid to volunteers. augl24
25 CARPENTERS wanted immediately.—
Apply to H• M. KOLLER, Harrisburg. Good
wages will be paid, augl2-dlw*
FOR a country hotel, a good white Female
COOK. Also a zood Chambermaid. Om/ wages
will be paid. 3lust Mae Well recommended. Apply at
augludlw • - THIS OKRICK
?C[TANTEID---:An inifariaished: or furnished
cl o ta r ge , rt cr cu r a a: s t. ofti furnished 'Or untarnished
t augd-dtt Pa
' - enquire THIS °FILO/
• 'Minted to Rent, ,
A HOUSE containing 5
.or 6 rooms for a
small faintly. Leave directions at this office. Rent
paid in advance monthly, if required. auB-tf
PRACTICAL BAR-TENDER: , Apply at
ix.' the salooit underAerr's Hotel iisy -dtr
WA_NTED, TO RENT—An unfurnished
room, within fire minuted - walk or the post of
fice. Address Box 301, Post Office. • aug4-dtf
"ILATANTED 7 --At $l5O per Month.,- 7 We. want
V CatiVasser in every county! . We have
agents making $l5O por month which we will prove to
any, doubting applicant. Address - -
TONES BROS. & CO.
ji,2B-1m Baltimore, Md.
• -- .Elouse and Lot for . Sale.
rfttLE sabscribei.olifers, at public sills,: his
Rome and Lot, eituated on Front street, opposite
Broad street.. The Roam is large frame, built in the
most substantial manner, and of the best material. The
lot- is 128 feet in front and over 200 deep. An excellent
well of *liter is near the house. The property will be
knowri. by its proximity. to. Independence Island. For
'terms call on DAVID HARTZ,
aug4-dtham2w . on the River road near the city.
HT sahsoriber offers, at private sale, the
following valuable property; situate in Susquehanna
township, . Dauphin county, on the Jonestown road, about
'one arid one-half miles from ileaviaburg: A tract of land,
containing 6 acres, bounded by lands of James Colder,
heasof Aiello John Forster and..eithers, thereon erected. a
; large frame Rouse, neatly new, and frame Btu* together
with other necessary outbuildings. A well with never
Tailing water in the basement of the house; also, a vent
iety of choice fruit trees, consisting of apples, pears and
;cherries. FereoSidesircuis o seelo s .the property will
please call on the subscriber, residing on the premises.
- . PETER IL SHAFFER.
N. B.—if he liboVo property is not sold before the
;Sd of September next, it will be offered at public sale on
that day, on-the premises. aug6-d2w
I PROVOST ldkasnar.'s OPTICR, 14m DISTRICT, 1 •
Ilamunsunci, Pa., June 0, 1884.
'goo DRAFTED MEN:—I am directed by
%A.---. 1 4/ 0 -0 31 -L Q B9mfor4 r ,a. 41, Provoo, mama
(general, by his circular, No. 69, - of June 4, 1884, to pub
lish "That drafted men are not allowed to enlist as volun
teers after being (hafted; and that the credits for drafted
men will rpm for', the slub-dlitricts Than which they
; were drafted, no matter whether local bounty liar or has
t paht to Such men, upon "illegal enlistment."
. NATO, 'KAY .CLEMENT,.
Captain and Pregostliarthal, 14th Dia't, Pa.
$3OO REWARD. •
TlFfollowing Unita. Rates securities have
een lost, viz:
$l,OOO 73-10 Treasury Note, dated Oct. 1,1361, No; 22;477
500 do do 1,363
500 do do . 1,369
500 do do " 1,370
The above hare on them the coupons fitim Oot. 1, 1862,
$lOO 7 340 Treasury Not 4, dated Aug. 10, '6l, No. 64,064
100 do do. 64,227
The latt4r fire .not,e49.lare on them _the Coupons from
Feb. 19, 1863, inelusitM. • • - 1
41,000 One Year Certificate of liniettedness, due April;
1883 - • No. 8,194
1 /BE4- PAYMENT ON :ILL ABOVE. MIS BEEN
TOPPED at the United States Treasury, and the holder
f them will not-receive` payment. The above reward will
be paid, on behalf of the person 01411113 g theta, ifleft trith
I& WEIR, Cashier.
ILtannosinto, Ally 29,-1861-113wkw2w
;WEE. gbod will and futtiires of an old - and
'C established Restaurant . For farther particulars
addrgss [aug9-41t1], Harrisburg, P. 0.
[lainl,A Rains, fine ,k9tlio
de11341/0W illrsahrjb, y,the firkin or pound, jtu!t,
Ung,r. , • - BOYER k 'WEEPER.
feIInTESE.-ChUitie • new crop Cheese, just
pp COVE R
itignig u aiiklitedved
tikei d .1"11114t0
9EORGE MARK, of South Hanover town- -
ship, offers himself as it candidate tbr the Mee e(
ISTF.R, of Dauphin county. If elected, Nark
pledges himself to . perform the duties of . pike with
CANDIDATE FOR CONGARSiI.
Ratinummto, Pa.; Jlthtf
TRundersigned respectfully offeishimaelf
to' the Republicans of the 14th Cangretelonal Da
nia of Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of
phin, Juniata, Northumberland, Union and Snyder, for'
nomination by the several county conventions of. the add:
District. ueliadtol .TOSIARREtri.•-
RUDOLPH MIT.T.V.E„ of East Hanover
townshM, offers himself as a candidate for the 44)
of Register. If nominated and elected he pledgee /Am
self to fulfil the duties of the 0200 with fidelity.
GOVERNMENT SALES, &C.
WAR Durant : kw;
01710 E cm Cgrgr Quairramsasisn,
Wasahrores, D. C., August 3, 1864.
be sold at public auction, to tbo
W i highest bidder, et the times and places stained be
Reading, Pennsylvania, Thursday, August 18, 1864.
Altoona, Pennsylvania, Thursday, August 25, 1864.
Leblnon, Pennsylvania, Thursday, September 1 , 1884.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Thursday, September 8,
TWO HUNDRED (200) Cavalry Horses at each place.
These Horses have been condemned as unfit for the
Cavalry service of the Army.
For road and farm purposes many good bargains may
TERMS: CASH In United States Currency.
JAMES A. ERIN.
aaB-dtsB Lt. CoL and C. t;I. M. Cavalry Surest.
LADIES' HAIR NETS, and
FRENCH LACE, and
TISSUE VEILS, ETC..
AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES.
Everybody should callut once, and secure great bar
gains, at Mrs. MAYER'S,
aug3 dtf No. 13 Market street.
LIQUID RENNET ' . yields with milk the
most luscious 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 easyof
digestion, and supports the system with the least possible
excitement When still greater nutritive power is desired;
cream and sugar may be added. A teaspoonful converts
a quart of milk into a firm curd. Prepared and sold,
wholesale and retail by S. A. KUNKEL,
jels-tf 118 Market street.
I, —. , at present a resident , of
being duly sworn, do depose and say
that I was enrolled in 1863, in the
county of , Fa., where I then resided, but -
that I moved from there in the month of ---,--
18—, into said first above, name;
1 am a man, and by occupation a ---,
and hereby request that my enrollment may be clang
to suit my present residence.
Nara.—The above is adopted by the Board of &MA/.
ment of the 14th District of Pennsylvania as a suitable
form of affidavit to be made on an application to change
the name on the enrollment lista from one District or
Bub-District to another.
j 3 29 lm
GET OUT OF THE DRAFT
One 'Year's Service.
CAPT, MILES, AND LIEUT LIGHTNER -
HAVING received authority (the Bret is
sued) to raise a company of vobantmrs for ONE
YEAR'S SERVICE, now offer rare inducemmits to able
bodied men to enter the service. appli'ia the COURT
ROUSE, or at MILES' GROCERY STORE, on Ridge Wad,'
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
HE subscriber offers for sale a valuable
Tavern Stand, situate on the Lancaster tarnpiketitil
the borough of Middletown, consisting of a large two-story
Brick Hotel, extensive stabling and all other necessary
Also, two adjoining lots, having erected on each a two
story frame dwelling.
For further particulars apply to the undersigned, on the
the premises SAMUEL D
ATEN -HORSE power steam engine and
boiler, steam pipes, water pipes, pumps and heater
complete; oscillating engine and cylinder boiler, manufac
tured by Joel Weinman , patent improved oscillating en
gine builder. May be aeon at Canal shops, foot of Walnut
For terms, ac., enquire at Canal office, Market' street,
near United States Hotel.
' HAMM:MG, July 23, 1864
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
lAM happy to offer to the public a large
and splendid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pena are well finished, elastic, and will sive en.
PLEASE TRY THEY.
SOKEMR'S BOOK STORR,
Second street, opposite Presbyterian Church, HarriatniniF
Pa. app • • ••
SUBSTITUTES AND LOCAL CREDITS
JILARTIES wanting Substitutes can be taw ,
plied at ban ratta Local credits furnished and
The public will lad our House disposed to deal liberaily
with all. C. 0. ZI3IIIHRIIAN & CO,
jy 19 Imo 121 Market Street, Harrisburg, -
Patriot and Union copy and send bill to this office.
ITBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that in
- pursuance of the act of Assembly of Pennsylvania,
passed the drat day of June, 1839, the stockholders of the
Franklin Bank, of Washington, Penna., will apply to the
next session or the Legislature for a renewal of its char
ter, with an increase of its capital from 6150,000 to
$200,000. 0 . it. RIND, President.
WASELIGTON,• PA., June 24, 1864. je27
sin WILL be paid for information of
A../ the whereabouts of any deserters from the
V. S. service. All communications strictly confidential,-
Address Box 18, Harrisburg, P. 0. • aug41464
SUGARS, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE, - of
all grades and prices, at ,
Success= to W. Deck, Jr., k CO. •
Dealers to Fine Faintly Groceries.
TEss BF im and BrEssßoßx.- c h o l a
article of Moss Beef aid rok
... , 51M1X114115034 4
ap9 an loo6 acri to Vfn/DOCkh Jr., k
SPICED OYSTERS.---Extra fine Baltinaot o
Oysters, spiced, innyecelied at •
jylB _ BOY& & Q 1 E.
A 14L kinds of hauling with wagons or carts
11 ~CUI ta,pnimptlydona by. calling
JACOB - BRAEHREA • •
corner ollffeend street and leetlry
001TNTRY SOAP.—A small but supeyiitr ,
lot of Horao-madoSoap Just received at
Ant - § RIBLER k. FRAZER'S.
:LyETRA WHITE 'WHEAT
lected White Wheat' Firmly Flour jest recei y&t
; and for eele ;- 131.1111 - 44 - 7,Azm
jys - Swimming to W. Dock, Jr., Co.
.INO. KAY CLEMENT;
CHAS. C. HAWN;
S. T. CHARLTON.
Board of KatoBMW: