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HARRISBURG, .P A
wEGYE39AY EVENING, lIUGUN:P 17,
NOTIC te. TO AD V.IE ILTISERS.- 7 -ALL Adver
tisements, Business Notices, , Marriages,
Deal las, •S:c., to secure jirtstiotiCin. the
TELEGHAPIi, must layssriablir jiLOCOUß
pawed with the CASH.
Advertisements the reehilkr
Evening Edition are inserted in tho,lttorn.
tog Edition Without extra charge.
i' 0 W N
iloasE Tam. —A girl, - age3 . . 15, is
in Bedford jail, charged with stealing a horse.
THERE will be a sale of condemned govern
went horses at Reading, to-morrow, (Thin's
A LARGE locomotive (No. 177,) intended for
use on the 11. S. Military railroads, passed
through here to-day.
"PLAYED OUT"—Pic-Nicing. No ".pies" .
have been held here for several weeks past.
Before harvest they were of daily ooeurmee.
UNITED STATES TAX. —Do not forgot to pay
your United States tax this week or there mast
be en per cent. added:next week. See collect
or's notice in another column.
STRINGERA stopping in town cannot pass
their evenings more pleasantly than by:going
to Brant's Hall, and witnessing the grand,
thrilling dramas now being performed there
by the great star troupe.
BITTEN ET A SNAKE. —Wm. Bott, aged eight
years, - of Hanover, was bitten by a snake on
which he set his foot when crossing a field,
on Thursday last. Swelling _commenced im
mediately, and reached the heart within -six
hours, when the boy immediately expired.
A CIIANCIE --The Western Christian Advo
cate, published at Cincinnati, says tho Rev.
Wm. A. Snively, late pastor of the Union
Methodist Episcopal Church, at PK.1,4 04 Pa.,
has united with the Protestant Episcopal
SALE OF A VALUABLE lloTzT,----:1111: , Union
House, on Market street, will be.sold by pub
lic sale on Thursday of this week: Tilt is a
valuable business stand, and worthy the at
tention of capitalists. The sale will com
mence at two o'clock. See advertisement for
WE have again been favored with. rain.
Several showers 'have fallen within 'the - 'past
twenty-four hours. At four o'clock- this morn-.
ing it seemed as though the rain as being
poured from the clouds. These showers are
just in season, and will do an immense
amount of'good. Let them continue. •
A SERIES of regulations in force at the Pro
vost Marshal's office, in this city, will be
found in our advertising columns. Persons
ha'ing business to transact at the office
should examine the regulations, as informa
tion of importance can be gained therarom,
which will expedite the prosecution ofbusi
WE, would again call the attention of capi
talists cud business men. to the advertisement
in this paper of the sale of the "Union House,'
t 6 morrow, the 18th, at 2 o'clock, P. Nr. Thos
desiring to purchase property on Market
Street, cannot do better than purcbage this,
as it is one of thebest_business stands on that]
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AT Ram —Capt company :Of one
hundred day men arrived here, unexpectedly,
yesterday. They were detailed to 'escort sev
eral hundred rebel prisoners this far on their
way to Elmira, - and remained at home ',.#1.1
noon to-day. They are in the enjoyment of
health, and appear to be pleased with soldier's
life. The boys returned to camp, neafßalti
more, this Ammon. .
l3Alrx BURNT. —We regret to learn that the
barn of Mr. Mayer, member from Lancaster
county, was totally destroyed on Sunday
morning last. The barn contained his whole
grain crop, five horses and many articleslo
value. The loss is estimated at from seven to!
eight thousand dollars, with only a partial
suxance on the barn and contents, of some
two thousand dollars. The fire is said to hale:
been the work of an incendiary.
EXTDETION. —The somewhat slim attendance'
of our country cousins at market,- ; this morn:
ing, caused those who were present to advan'ee
prices to a high pitch. Butter, Which cin
mended but 25 to 35 cents last Saturday, Went
up to 50 this morning. A large majority of
the country folks who attend market take: od
vantage of _every opportunity to extort ‘ money
from the pockets of our citizens: The single
item of Martetiug a - hove mentioned, was worth
no more this morning than last week, yet the
price was nearly doubled. Oar citizens should
take some action toprotect themselves against
the daylight extortion practiced by those who
sell produce in our markets...
Psacass.—We alluded recently bithe high
price which peaches are brinftiglare aimed*
pared with what, they - sold I . V . ,eLseWhe
'the Philadelphia Ledger of gataril
Tir!narkets were sooveratocko4wl ehaa.
dazing the past week- ghat they Werea2f4 at'
Yeiiy,l,ow. Prices, ranging, at.one:tints as low
as twenty-five cents the basket. - "DirSaturdai
at the Delaware Avenue .If,arket;-iist*Aou
sinds of baakets were sold fiken eia aersq
and Delaware orchards. The p r y/ 1 0,1 6 4 :
will be another Week of plenty, .ss•irrill
titles of the fruit remain ungathe'ria.aiiieifili::
boring orchards, and it is so perishable that
it has to be sold off as soon as taken frorp'
the trees. With peaelnitaapg at tali
five cents a basket in Philadephia, it requir es
but very little caludationreo. show that they'
ought•not to coMmand'S2 50 i 44 stg : hit
price demanded for thga liars, . t 4,xtv. •
Dowirm et"' 7nairt‘Wlla enzabeland
Valley train due here at 1120 to-day, did not
arrive until near one o'clock. The detention
owing tc t i k k : 4l4 * itive ed n g out near
DEED ISOM HIS WOMIDS. —Lied. L. R.
Witumn„ t Adjutunt of tbe 46th, Kenna. regi
`anent; 'WhO ' , kW 'Wounded in the foot, atAt
' lanta, on the 23d of July, and was subjected
to amputation, died on the 6th inst., at the
r lieceasea belongectto the nerd °el:tau
phin county, and was a brave soldier.
" FAXELY Jpr."-49hn Baulus and Bak:A
ra, his wife, were before the Mayor to-day; on
a charge of assaulting and battering each other.
It appears that Baulus west home '.Muddled,"
last night, and abused his wife, who had al
ready retired. She, in self-defence, seized a
coal-oil lamp and strßok her lord on the arm,
severing an artery. To-day both were bound
over to answer at court.
Hoes Frar CourAur.—A stated meeting of
the Hope Fire Company will be held on Fri
day evening, (19th.inst.,) at their Hall. All
the active r lionorary 'and contributing mewl
bers are requested to attend, including those'
who have already enlisted in the United Stiites
service,' as huskies's' of. great importance will
be brought .before the ,meeting. Let every
member attend. •
PROFESSOR: . E.tzeTED —At a meeting of the
Directors of the Theological Seminary in Get
tysburg, last week, the Rev. James A. Brown,
D: 13., of York, was tuianimonely elected Pro
fessor of Didactic Theology, in, the room of
Rev. Dr. Sehmncker, resigned, who has filled
the position with marked ability for the last
forty years. Dr. Brown is a man of high
charactei as a learned and able theologian.
Punrac SALE.—WiII be sold at publics ap,.
at the Court House, 'on Thiirsdai tlitk a (to-:
morrow,) a certain yelled:at lot otsronnd Sit
uated on the corner of Third sheet and Say
ford alley, above. the nawdllarket House, be
in 22 feet 6 inches on 'Third, extending ,69,
feet lilortgAistid.O.lfeY. Sale to commence
at half-past two, o'clock. Conditions made
known by 13,1fgEN HEMEL
Tttukrits.—The season just commenced
here by Rankle's- Star(ClokinbMatiuti; VoMpany,
promises to be decidedly successful, if we are
to judge from the manner in which the e,polni .
ing entertainments have 'been patronized.—
Notwithsanding the inclement state of the
weather, there was a „large and , appreciative
audience present last evening,
.to • witness the
beautiful yet thrilling play, entitled Love's
Sacrifice. The 'vat ions characters were ad
mirably pe sonated,, and all the members of
the oompany performed their parts in a man
ner that rendered full satisfaction. The
laughable farce, A .IKiss in the Dark, was rich,
and was ricelSed with great applause.
To night' the• grind play entitled hoomip
oa TRN GREEN. Grres Lovs,. will compose the
first part of the programme,. with hir....Har.7
cliett as Ingomar, and Miss Price as Partlie
nia.' This is a piece that ah.ould he'iitnessed
by all who can possibly attend. There is a
.splendid oast of -ohnraeter% and ;the scenery
is unusually attractive. The entertainment
will conclude with a very laughable farce, in
which that prince of humorists, Mr. Rouse,
will appear. Go "to Ban - avart's and secure
.your,asat ,fiefore going to the hall.
Clark/BEESBITRG BELIEF FUND.—Received up
to noon, August 15, 1864,, inoltwive:
From the Pizzas Ant Pkintinillftee:--- I
Wien Forney $5 t
J hSHarbhttgli " . -• • 250
D C Marti!, ,„ ; ,;. • 250
J M Rockefeller 250
F C A Scheffer .. 200
Henry Just.. 3 9 0
Wm Miller 2 60
J W An:Ekstom.— . , 2 50
- ** I' ,•••-41- • • 2so
Ai Stevettit' ' •
W Rodearmel...... 250
Jos W Potta 1 00
- John Ferguson..._ 2 50 .
-Samna Streak__ -:, • ••,• •- . • ••4 '-• • -'• 240
L D Reed 2 15
J M Miller - . :2 - ' • ' • •'' ' -". ' 2 4 0
Jos L 8uffingtm.......... 4 . 200
Lewis Weaver.... _ 1 00
Jacob Horning.. _ 1 00
S NtmentAer— ~..2 t7O
Geo W thiliesii:.__ 250
Greprge •Borkplex,... ' ..... 198 4
I"o T r A ti t en . c;i;g; . ;: . list previously r'.4 l6- '" .$250 ,
• ' 12`15
Banal Thomas .:...........,'. i....- - 'lOO 00
Dr Peiffer 600
Dauphin Lodge 'No 160 ' - 10 00
William Buehler,.. , 401;00
MmploYees Loeldel Iron CoMpariy. s i 67 23
R G Wise ...... .....
V Orsingor '
. . .
Dr Wm H Egle
Total . ' '' ....... . . 3304 60
Previously acknowledged $12,001 30
Total. 4 5 " $12 . ,605
100tFlf F.. Kt LIKKR,
Chairman Chamberibitrg Belief i 31ommiftee.,
Only Ten 'Min Wanted
To fathe NERDBEZ:GVAIZEi: l iirab : to the
handle. Come to time now, boys I Bally to
serveyoar country and avoid the,ii raft.
.0 . 03i&O tral bnAnty at" , DV
ortoG priliDrlgG ()wirer it Qn k %hint
littlest; . WASHINGTOM MINN,
Mina W. 3 augs, First Lienter
_Lochieli - Gr6,l One Y.cairs, Service.
A - Teiv more men wants' 4_ _to fill np this or
vinizati9n. $3BO to 4101 r Aid bodily paid, $lOO
:Graeipikant,.maling Vansitrity. Men will
Olozamp". and •draw
u sou as
mustered:iv. r ,1 1 6 , o ivroid.ths
411141L1n "atitri;•WahtUL sant be
tween Third and liarrisburg,
Pa- n 3: 41r[ 6 1 :44 .g W. A. DEAN, Capt.
„ft . i.,..tbastA6lol4'
The Best Sivoid the DT.n ft
Enlist to the . nevi ,infantry
tormin,g one yetter service. tp:*9ls local
bounty, $lOO Government bounty. Serve with
your friends and neighbors iu a company of
your own choice. Recruits will immediately
upon enlistment be mastered into the ginited
States service, and receive subsistence and
clothing. Recruiting office at 'the _Court
House, Harrisburg, Pa.
JOHN T. ENSMINGER, Captain,
Late Lieut. Co. A, 127th Reg. P. V.
Wrustat .T: Antms, Mustering Officer,
Fos SALE--An elegant building lot; situat
ed on Third street above . North, 21 feet trout
by 131 feet in depth, running to a 20 feet
wide alley. For particulars enquire at
an9-dtf , THIS OFFICE.
NEW CLOTHING STORE. -32885111. L. & P.
Bernhard •have opened an extensive assort
ment of new clothing at 110 . ..105, Vlarket
street—Kunkel's new bnilditig—where the
public are invited to call and get bargains, as
the stock will be sold at low rates. See ad
MAJ, Drvrs, of the 12th Penna. Reserves,
has received anthority to raise conaPiuges to
form a regiment for one year's service-, of ithich
he is in command. • Parties wishing to re
cruit for his regiment will call on, or address,
Capt. ORE d, White Hell Hotel, Harrisburg,
Recruits Wanted far. the Bail!
Term of Service, One Year. Highest Bounties
Paid. A few more men are wanted. The
officers are men of experience. Calif,' the
recruiting rendezvous, White Hall,TloteL,
• Capt. JOHN T. MORGAN,
aulo-tf let Lieut. W. 0. SMITH.
.Vor the '-‘l 7 lret City konaves."- Verni irf'ser
vice one year. Local bouniy $375 ; gov
ernment bounty sloo,m%king in all $475. Call
at company geadquarters--Exolmnge
.ing:(up. stairs,) Walnut Street, Hapltbhrg,
Pa. • JNO.
For _the cure. of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, &et, • are specially recommended to
mildstein, - Wingers and persons whose vocation
.calls them to speak in public. Bituinfactured
only bv O. A. Bannvart le Co., Harrisbu.; i t
Pa,N•tc whom all'orders should be address
sold by druggist every where. .. • 1
Bead the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen: • . •
Haunsionto, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. BANsvAstr—Dear Sir: I have used.
Brown's Bronchial Trochee, Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparations for hoarseness an,a,
throat troubles, and in comparison with them
all, can cheerfully commend your own as a
most admirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually. . • ,
Yours truly, T. H. ROBENBON, '
Pastor of N. i. Presbyterian . Churel.
On agree with Mr, Robinson as to the
value of Itannvart's Inkhes.
~ .4. I r .
W. C. CATTZLry
Late Pastor of O. FL Presbyterian Church.
- - -
ilearantraci, Jan., - '1061.: '"
To C. A. Esti:Num—Deer Sir: In th habit
of speaking very frequently, and in places
where the yodel organs are very muolt,, taxe
I have found the_ need of some gent ko espeb t h ~u r
rant,• and that want has been supplied hip
excellent Troclies. '' . '''. i
I consider them very far etiperio rile. any
,Lozenges that I. have-ever used, in rei:lri4g
. 4:1 the voicepg
'froik ite_teo,frequent use, andi mpai r th
effectiveness .of the delivery of public, aC •
dresses. Yours, 4,43., , .
;NO. WALKER JACKSON:
0044::.of the Locust St. . Methodist Clittuelt.
To C. A. }Urine/yr—Dear Sir: Raving use.
your Tido:thee, I am free to say they are
the best, I have ever tried and teke great
fileaattre recommending them to alipereotte
aided with sore throat or huskitiesir of
Veit* arising froth public ong orshigin.
Tot" 40., G. G. RAKESThAW, ,
Pastor of Bidge Avenue Methodist Ohureh.
Theism Arvin:mei Ozirion;
Hanuamme, Feb. 29, 186 L
To O. A. Berrsecimr—Dear Sir: I have!
found your Trochee to be invaluable in rt.
having homonyms and'in strengthening the
,muaclea of the throat. They impart clear n eSs
to the voice, and are certainly ofitriaA.S.
At i t * all Pablio sPellAersi: J..
%Bounty, Petangeo3aitOcitty, SabilliMoll Ina Magary
and war WAWA generally, nage eat IntoolleoteaY allot
aniainte eta tlienutto embers their Wanaliairanil
acted by_ laesili - • •,'
tl Kg, Attorney-tit-LW,
eAT:ttly.L. • , Woe& Harriebarg.-
•11.1111, l! i
QM/Mid Cif Bummer Go o d e at low is
Li such as Bantle:Latham Goods, LawisA Sun Whig!
Lace Shawls, and' Summer Ehatrht We have . aIeA.MA
hand a very large assortment of Muslin% Calicos, - isk
hams, &whinge, Handkerchiefs, Black tdas; Plaid Slikt
Wldte Gambrics, Undressed Frelion Cambrick,`White PP
Wined Flannels, and in fact an au/Oilmen& of MT Atom
not amassed by any. To all of which we WOG, those
who wish to purchase, and promise to sell at lm rides
than weemeeplase Ahem - for spun. As all ' 'Wry,
goods are advancing every 4,4 11 2YiJa the tiroaso.... ,
4( 4 j i t ; -.--.--
A t a : il t
-r- ~.,,,,,... iat c -. oug i
-4 1. .- '- OA. . !nilieliStlVOC att943 - I-;;2 h
...i.... airia atiotelanig ' AMA , .-'... : . . •
ghillillg7ollll4 rieilf to slid* dir
Altkr•itri the ', Illiglh -,"BredWe Ise ~..- t a
. sl,e,dd hare - Sem; at - TX:eicait ,- ...1 Ike
path% and taken at oeoatiowreqatres. tlflorgli.t-ilernm i
.... 5 00
ITIBE *opt healthy tooismot feel more or leag
JR_ wartMi entrant warm weather, and lesti - their„Spi
petite. They need a good strong Tonic--ones HMS'
strengthen the nervous system and stomach. u Hhtal the
can get at 00 cents per bottle, at Km L. „Balk% Ne.,5071
South rhe street, Harrisburg. Orders from a frißllPOlk
.promptly attended to. t
DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED!
DR. BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS VIDEVIR
less than 30 days, the worst cases of NERVOUS LESS,
Impotency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weakneda, am
ity, and all Urinary, Sexual and. Nervous Affections, no,
matter from what cause produced. Price, One Dollar-per
box. Sent,post-paid. by mail, on receipt of an order.
One Box will perfect the cure in most cases. Addreini
JAMES S. DUPLE;
#l64lkw3nk General agent, 429 Broadway,. N. Y.
Thls celebrated Toilet Soo", Is aura _universal de•
mead, to made froth the choicest ild
and emoilieat belts Retire, treirseeiiy rl th th,
and extremely besaeleilel In Its - adios ^lWc .
for ale by all atuipilettiVlNVikoods Disalirkis„
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP."
Swallow two or three hogsheads' - of - "Dacha," "Toni°
Bitters," "Sarsaparilla," "Nervous Antidotes'," 5r0.; Am,
Esc., and after you are satisfied with the result, then try
one box of OLD DOCTOR DUMAN'S ENGLISH SPEC':
PIC PlLLS—and be restored to health and vigor in basis'
than thirty days. They are purely vegetable, pleasant to
take, prompt and . salutary in their effects on the broken
down and shattered constitution. Old and young cad take
them with advantage. Imported and sold in the Milted
States only by JAS. S. BUTLER, -
No. 427 Broadway, New York.
Jog-Agent for the United States.
P. R—A Box 'tif the Pills, securely packed, will be
=tiled to any address on receipt of price, which is ONE
DOLLAR, post-paid—money refunded by the Agent if
entire satisfaction Is not given. jyls-d&wBm
A WORD TO THE WISE.
There is no need
. of an' person having the Dysentery
for one day. All I ask °Ube public Is to try my Dysen
tery Drops; only,acentatithottle. It is very pleasant 6 , 1
take; can be giveirto a Mid of any age with great confi
dence. It has cured very bad cases, and also of long
standing. It is Indeed worth trying. Prepared and : : sold
only by Mrs. I. Bali, e.outif Pine street, Harrisburg.
ED/TOR OF TELEGRAPO :
Dear Sir:= Walk your permission I wish to say to the
readers of your paper that will send, by return mail, to!
all who wish it (free,) a RerApe, with full directions f t r
making and using a-simple Vegtable Balm, that will ef
fectually remove in teddays, Pimples, Blotches, Tan,
Freckles, and all,lmpuritlea of the Ssln, leaving the same
soft, clear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also mail free to those having Bald Heads or Bare
Faces, simple dfifitions and information that will enable
them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers,
or a Moustache, in leas than thirty days.
All applications answered by return mail without
charge. ~ ..Hgerpectfully yo-rs,
RHOS. F. caAemAN, Chemist,
Jyls-d&w3m , z; = 531 Broadway, New York..
HAIR-DYE i HAIR DYE!!
Batehelor's Celebrtited Hair Dye •
ZS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
The only Haratiesr, Thee and Reliable Dye Iftunaa. ,
This splendid Hair Dye IN perfect changes Red, Mist"
or Gray Hair instantly to a Marry Black or Ndt.Bioterr
without injuring the Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
Hair soft and beautiful ; imparts fresh vitality, frequently
restoring Its pristine color, and rectifies the ill effects of
bad Dyes. The genuine is signed WILLIAM A. BATCH.
ELOR. All others are mcprrpg imitOions,ahofd be
avoided. Sold by all Ad- lhaotorriTti BAR
CLAY ST, N. Y.
.11.108a11.01011 NEW TOILIIT ORMAN so. DRISEOKO nem
Northern Central Railway.
PIIBLIC NOTICris hereby given that he
FREIGHT and BAGGAGE described to the follrow.
log lid remains unclaimed in the Warehouse of the
Northern Central Railway Company, at Harrisburg. Con
signees rip beritb=elteglfaaw h iltpy oh arcs,
9*Vd Meta 1) - bill be ld
according to law, THURSDAY, September 15, 1864.
J. N. DU BARRY, Gen'l Supg.
No 1, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 146, one
No 2,4slmitiamitagartitte9if orsE6k - 40;iimetio6X,: - . l..Mut
~.N rmrsa •
No 4, no clieckVono box, J Bonita, Loc k a
Co, N Y
No 5, no cbcck, one box, Lleut A Scott, Harrisburg
No 6, no check, one box, no marks
No 7, no check, one box, Jacob Weaver, Pittsburg
No 8, no check, one box, Reuben Farringer, (Jetta
/No 10, no check, one box, Copt Phillips, Harrisburg
No 11, no check, black trunk, S S J, St Joseph's mile
No 12, no check, fair leather trunk, no marks
No 13 , 110 Cbtee4ll'o l A.i9atinr AMIE, Cape Lyraase,2Har
lisilurgi .r.lll , ..-Pat, bus :1 a: be • /.7‘..';‘,..
, N.O /4. ' 4, l l 6 .tiligritiliattireleoPser trunk, lidlnarig 3. '`k
No 13;240 bliKkzito4ontrunk, no marks
No 16, no check, one box, Jno'ldc6ee, Harrisburg.:
No 17, 1104141.0 f, IMekterky laoto I,lEitophesuN flassistirg
No 18, no chocletoene bOsc-Netwport atationiiP:it
No 19, IMF•Ateciri pile Robison, khibidelphia
No ,2A, -.llea abeek,.• black Gerometi• Lewis
tergikger_ _ „ ••„!
itio.3ll,,Dallhale and:Harrisburg:check 512, , fair-leittier
Wank; .Wist;H•Barberi.MiltOniibvet-....• , - ,••••
No 22, no check, black trunk,' tb molts .
No 23, no check, fair leather trunk, W S Scott, Hunts
No 24, no check, fair leather trunk, Illos McDaniel
No 25, no check, black trunk, Sarah
-No 26, no check, black trunk, G S Angill, Binghauip
ton N Y
N 0 , 2 J.• W1;14,1410* ,and O:W4Bn cnock 92, fair
leattiervallge, no marks'
No 28, Baltimore and Harrisburg check 687, fair leather
valise, no marks
No 29, no check, fair leather valise, no marks
No Mk no check, black trunk, Jno & litontoe, Lanais , :
*teXvrel .• •:•.•••• out .
No 31, no check, one box, Michael Trump, Allhitydwii
No 32, no Oikerlk,iano box, Do =wear.: • ..
No 21 . 3,1gOpiitaan and Harrisburg cheCk•ib9 one bbx
No : ' 4, ftnelboX; Mr% iftit,4 l n;: a irty, ;
i 1%.1 35 4-49 gkePliaffAhe-b ol s ,4l braNMlll' fig '
Nctaknolskankiiironeiboxvipraaitika 4.r 1"j
No 37, no awes, bag of saddles, no marks
No 38, no check, saddle, Ignatius Floomer, Portage .
No 39, no check, black bag, no marks -
No 40, no ch ck, black bag, Nary Foster, Harrisburg
No 41,.n0 check, black Ap,,,ms_maut i l, „ ,
No42o„trizeneldrijekidkinfit. '.-I.- ' I
No 43, no check, black bag, no marks
No 44, no check, black bag, J &Ladle, Jersey Shore, Pa
No 45, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 36. black,
bag no marks
No 46, no check, black bag, no marks
: :No...47,:nowtisals, biackhowiti marks , '
- No 48; heinheckvtarziettauriitio'marks .
No 49, no cheek, saddle, no marks
.., No ao,noscheMr.. „Wino" nuirlar ." ' "
• !No filimo theckidnit bOkftd rfihrii . ."
.Nobk.po iSheolc,etio•lsexrlititnalke" -"' ' 2 , - 6 .:..,. 'zit:
.-- NobS, no-checkvhat4lol ,"
41diSiailee' - '
No 54, no check, fair leather trunk, no marks
It J Fleming, one bunthe Mills
A L Babcock, 1 Nile rope
N Frazer, eleven barrels nuts •
r) Mi l lif StgelitikekkliA`i l':. r:(.., LI
H rt., one barrel insulators
Nelson Bryne & Co ' two boxes bitters
S Barkler, one box hardware i
H Hawkins, ono granite block z
Nicholas &B, one box Fandries ....:,..% :71... . '.. -. i. -. ;
J,Al,,lbert, o e t harntro.b ff ewi, ~,, ..,,',, - : --...:4.,:i ;
,n.rie . hardware , ~.- - •,.-•-,-,‘-'' " !
No a k
~.._,,,.., .P „ 4,00 mak', ~1, tx 11:14 ~,,,,,..
/ 4 ..,95.&,.., ' - '4 ; mokinin,...katte,,,,,,?..._i,
-.no EO - ~. A , eiudigo 1 , 1 , 1.: „i, , .! ,6i , ...,. 1.1 ...1 ..;
- riV CO . Octe t ., 1 1Wheratunnitia,Mieti4 9 1111tier, Hat
risburF. augl6 4w I
%.94JaiC11i•.. , :iratta c t eTIOYLI
• , P,:j . ,•• 5,t, ?Et,.
LADIES' HAIR NETS, and 1
TOILET. 4 11 ITIOLE§,. • .
ta sr ,
NCH LAOS , d
111.8 41 - Ikfli
Everybody sliduld call at once, and secure great bait
gains, at , . MAYER'S,
au43141 46 itkl! Yrs .
PROVOST Nassau:a OFFICE, I
W D. PLYNW. fLVARLi. I
ono, Aug 1, 1864. 1 1
.ArlliKaiipard of Enrollment 1
OF this District VI nowengaged in revising
and correctinfitrillitskOrsons enrolled as liable .
tayY4YtitcA4Pii•ly , iiiia - ii , a l i&ont.
Ardisiv.AGE„beig aria ...i.kten us
UNSUITABLENE'SS OF AGE, I
MANIFEST PERMANENT PHYSICAL DISABIL-;
HATING SERVIAD4WO YEARS IN THE PRE
should promptly APPE BEEORE THE BOARD, prove
the saran and have thei mes striken from the list. Any
citizen who has a know) eg any one having escaped
enrollment, and who is hien° military duty, or of any
one who has arrivrd at a4ll of twenty years since the
enrollment of 1863, or oirintwtho have declared their in.
tentiona to become Mattis, are earnestly invited to com
municate the informatleen to of
.itite Board Bnroilmera,
that such persons may dm , on the lists.
Mirlt is the interest sCal d of every enrolled citizen
to see that all who ha I improperly OMITTED
from the list should be ereto.
'Wit is the imperial du of a ll citizens to see that
persons drafted in any • et, and failing lo report,
are ARRESTED and b g before the Board of En.
rollment. The sub-di is ed with the duty of
lbrabildstp, its full quotoo
O. KAY CLEMENT,
Capt.lro, mar. and Pres't of Board.
CHAS. C. RAWN,
tri Commissioner or the Board.
3 S. T. CHARLTON,
ilekIHM SWIM Of *0 lard.
3011 - -NOTICES.
NOTir ,fignntry • Regiment.
ECRIIITS can :bra - innAtered in, snbsist
ed inimediately after their enlistment.
Recruiting 020 Thu d street Titan Market, Har
risburg. „WLSLEY AWL.
Aug ,, st 9,1854. a* -13 a •
Recruits' Wanted Xiii. One Year:
officers ate men' !the • have Seen Bei
-A. vice. The"eziptain gradtiate 'of the xelebratei
Governmet* idilttarY'Scbool at St. Cyr, in France, and
haers , rved Siren yearsin the French - army ;'hit mPdabt
for his bravery in six battles, vir e" lilentebello„Palestro,
Tabigo t Melegnsgno, Magenta and"igolterin
The Highelt Botetty paid to - Recruits, and no admit:age
' The Iteentiting Rendemus, on Loetisx Stitaer'nt the
:OLD-milu..Art vERATON aorINE, opposite ibe-Femitie
Eientinarritarrisbing - •
• - • • • • P. DaLEIN, Captain.
. Erin g. Gen.l Ctleerets, New York city ;
Brig. Gep gtey,,Commanding. City. Div. West. 'Fir-
Theo: Fenn, Harrisburg. [augls-lor
THE BEST WAY
AVQID,THE DRAFT !
The New Infantry Regiment!
.NOW WlthuNG Po ONE MAMA' SERrics.
$375 LOCAL BOUNTY!
ilOO GOVERNMENT BOUNTY!
SERVE with your Mends and neighbors in
a company of your mom choice. Recruits will Mime
diately, upon enlistment, be must-red into the U. S. ser
vice, and receive subsistence and, clothing.
Recruiting office at the Court House, Harris
' ' burg, Pa'.
• • JoMit. ERSIIILYG ER, Captain,
' Late Lieut. Co "A," 127th Bcgt , P. V.
1511.7,taat J., ADAMS, Mustering Meer. ' augl2-dtf
DRAFTED MEN, SUBSTITUTES,
115 South Seventh St 4 Seccmdfloor, Room Na. 10.
tjFa- Drafted Men kit the City or any part of the
State will be furnishc 'th .iubstltutes at short notice,
and on liberal terms.
tw Men Enlisting, *Aber as Substitutes or Volunteers,
will receive the latgeounties, which will be paid to
them in cash as soon Mustered in
Agents will be liberally paid at This
W. D. HAVENS.
GET OUT $' THE DRAFT!
One Year's service.
CAPT; MILES. AND LIEUT. LIGHTNER,
receives ,ai}therity (the . first ht..
*Nal to' l*Be a:4oibiaty voltudeerti for:ONE
I.c.itivs SERVICE, now offer rare Inducementa to able
bodied men Co enter the service. Apply at the COURT
ROUSE or at MILES' GROCERY STORE, on Ridge Road.
COL. A. A. LECHLER..
BOUNTY! For one year's ser-
SsOw vice only. Kali saustirel immediately
aud pain cash down $4OO. Come singly, or in squads.
Any nelson bringing 20 men wld be commissioned a
Second Lieutenant; 2 0 men a Ftrailiicatenont; 40 men a
Cantata. • .
''A to above will be executed to tbo letter. Apply to
Cot X. A. 4.CILLER,
ar . 410 IG - Alqi}artera,lll Chestnut et,
SALES OE ii,EAL .EsTA:EE.
FRID;AY, SEPTEMBER 91h 1861,
:41HE imbseribets, agents for t 1 e.. heirs of
Frederick *enderly; Sin., late. of Mechanicsburg,
will sell on the'pfernlses thotollO*lfig valuable
real estate, viz:
A tract of LintetdordkLand oonitdning 67 acres and 68
perches, all cleat, in tchlgit'stitte - of Cultivation and under
good fenciug, located in silver spring township, Cumber
land county ~.4., two miles ly go t. Met4auiestung, near
I 4. 41iiitia froilititaligage4eoiiite - ; The improve
minis are a good
xA; v~i; F
ftWO-STuEr HOUSE, A GOOD BANK EARN;
witg,bri shed, corn crib, 'and all other necessary outbulld
"lig& There are two !Nicol never-failing water on
itlir . tarna; one 'of - Which is: near the., door ;
-an. orchard of
fruit, add. a limekdia, On Chi-, premises. The land
has been 'Wildest The pr,oilkity_ of, this property to
thd, enterprising toWn iif.lleclitantcaburgi always atibrunig.
an eadedent:market'for the iwodocts dr . ttio . farm, renders
it highly desirable. . 2 -
`At the same time and place, a tract of Mountain Land,
situated in Silver tipring township, Cumberland county,
. 10 acres atuTl4 perches, easy of acdess.
Potions desiring to tieW , the property previous to the
iald Will pkitie cad on George Wonderly, residing on the
iarm, or W. IL Wonderly, resitting in Mechanicsburg.
Sale to commence at 2 o'clock, P. ii., when terms will
be made knoiwn . by GEORGE WuNDENLY,
r. • ' - - W .11. WONDERLY.
Agents for the helr,s of J..''F , ; Wonderly, dec'd.
- .auls-dtsere '
VALUABLE MARKET STREET PROPERTY
- ix Tail, be sold at public _ vendne, on the
TY #e a ,es , "'
_THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1864,
at two ii , clOok itiHilkafternoon, that
on the south side of Market street, Harrisburg, known as
" - ' "'UNION . HOUSE,
TESTER STORY BRICK BACK BUILDING 'and PATER
-SITS STABLING on the rear, the lot being twenty-six
feet three vicherfriont !en Market: street, and extending
back two blinded and - ten feet torßlackbeiil alley. The
said valuable business stand lying between Third and
Fourth streets, on Market street aforesaid, in the most
Central and business part of the city, pilaw:Rs a fine
chance to speculators and men of enterprise In almost any
PoVeiniion 'will be glven on the first of April next.
`Tetras - of payment will be made easy to snit purchasers.
Attendance will be Oren and conditions of sale made
known by • • GEO. W.SIROYER,
WE the undersigned offer sale, a lot with
two houses erected thereon, in the borough of
Dauphin, on the 3d of . September, at 3e. m. Tories to
suit purchasers. Sale to take place at the house of 0.
Rhodes. A & B. GEIGER.
ATgLii . ESE power -ste4ni - engine and:
_boiler ' steam pipes, water pipes, pumps and heater
toMplete; oscalating engine and cylinder, bothp ma n u f ac .:
pateht improtredimeellating en
Lured by Joel Weidman,
glue builder. May be /Renal.' Canal shops, foot of Walnut:
street, Harrisburg. •
For terms, ae., enquire -at Segalomen, Market street,
lOW tkited States Hotel..
Hilonsauno, :July 23, 1864' , . jy23-tf
WPWTlNficimeleior,haoLli of this. goo.
,4 111 Tuft Just reeebred and Fore by
• SEMLER & FRAZER.
„Oen (eambem - toritra.' Dock, jr., & Ca
'TOUTERS' BASS.ETS.—ShisIer dc Fr - a
ber,,finoefilonttelf.i Dock, jr , , &Co. hive on hand
86 dozen hickory . bulFeto. Price $6 60 Per dozen. Je9
liEtEß—Ohoice new crop. Ohoos jut
- / - yeeenPed - a -- :j.OlBl BOYER PARIT* B •
- 1 1 1 -
P t $l3
411 .- bo c tarniam
H. L. WF.STBROOK.
BRANT'S HAIL. BRANt'S HALL.
THIRD NIGHT OF
Rouse's star Combination Company,
Souse's Star Combinatiosfimpany,
Rouse's Star Combination 'Company,
Third appearance of the Young and Beadifka
MISS! FANNY B. PRICE; ' *.%
Whd.itin appear in her celebrated clumsierof
Mr. D. likNOU'EirT, as IGNOBLdt.
ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUG. 17th,
To conclude with
LOVE IN nunnux ups.
For further particulars see programme
THIRD WEEK OF THE
CONTINENTAL COMBINATION COMP ANY,
ON MONDAY. jIILY 25, 1864;
THScompany consists of the best etas per
formers, consisting of
The manager takes pleasure in announcing lama they
intend making this THE Concert Hall of the city.
HARRY WELLS & CO., Proprietors.
En.tar PORTER, Business Agent. 028-412 t
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRD.
Leader or Orchester
OPEN every night with a tirst-eutes com
pany of male and female artistes The perform
ance embraces every variety of legitimate anniaement,
BURLESQUES, AND MM..
Admission, 25 ciente. Seats is private bow 50 yenta.
Doors open at T. 1b entnmcnce ai 8 O'clock: jzindtf
WANTED I—Three or fair HOUSE CAR
PENTE.RS. Apply to W. H. BIBLE,
augle-dif - Corner sixth and,Wilnavativets.
ACHILD'S NURSE, or a girl to do'
house work in a small lamily. Most bring lood
recommendations. Either will hear of a good ~ piles by
inquiring at (ml3-dtf).. THIS MAUL
A LIEUTENANT with a few men. For
/-• further particulars inquire of Capt. Dean. Won
w aulut street, betwten Third and Fourth streqteothere
he highest local bounty is paid to volunteers.. augloll
25 CARPENTERS wanted inamediateli.—
Apply to H. H. HOLLER, Harrisburg Good
sat_as will be paid. augt2-dlw*
WANTED—An unfurnished or flgriiptted
Cottage, or part of a furnished or nqurniened
Routs. For particulars enquire at
Wanted to itant;.:.
AHOUSE containing 5 or 6 mooraa.:fot
small family. Leave direction at thiscadea - lient
paid in advance monthly, if required. ' and-tf
Al i a,
WANTED, '. - ~.:, : - 4 "
it PRACTICAL BAR-TE1k.1:T.4., at
„rx. the saloon'emiter lierr , Ei Hind. -• • • 17 tr
WANTED, TO RENT—An unfurnished
Thom, within !We minutes walk , by the Tits+ M
ace. Address Box 300, Post Office. ett4o-dtf
NVANTED—At 1150 per. Month.—We want
a reliable Canvasser in every county. We have
agents making $l5O por month 'which we will Iduivo to
any doubting applicant. Address
JONES B OS & CO.,
THE NEW BOOKS.
QTIIMBLING BLOCKS, by GAll,..ttam-
Ilton. Price -- $l, 6
• HAtINTIID HEARTS., by the author of the Laiap
lighter. $2 00
DARHNESB AND DAYLIGHT, by Mre:nomzec 11` 60
EAREARA'S EEISTOEY, a novel, by Amelia Edwards.
TILE SMALL HOUSE OF ALLINGTON, by Trollope.
SEVEN STORIES, by lk Marvel, author of "Reveriee
of a Bachelor." $1 50
WERE'S JOURNAL of the thaoovery of the soaves of
the Nile. ' $3 60
THE WOMAN IN BLACK, by author of "Man , in
NOTES OF HOSPITAL LIFE, Nov.'6l. to Aug. eta, Et 'OO
STOKES OF THE SEA, for tioys; from - Cooper's
wrilinge. $1 00
STORIES OP THE WOOD, for boys; ihr ptoper's
All new books received Cs Riot as pbbildbed at
• RERGNER'S BOOK STOMA
• 61 Ifarkeit unrest
VERY FEllrE, INDIUM '
O our fine and extensive Stook.
graph Alba= and Photograph Card pictures, we
have added a lifintrai FUL ENVELOPE for the reception
of card pictures. They mat be seen and will!). admired
Hir Photographers supplied at the very lowest whole
Bale price, and their card printed upon them for $
thousand, wholesale and retail. at
may 24 SCHRFFER'S BOOS, Tcotra,
PEEP TONGUES.—Fin elargebeef
J., cured by J. H. itiehener & Co., and for sale by
SHISLER & F
Successors to W. Dock, Jr.,
WALNUTS, CREAMNUTS, El:pm**.
For sale wholesale it •
SBISLER & FR
eaxessors to W. Dock, JIM,
CHEESE—ChoiCe new crop Chem, just
received at SHISLItIt & rgaiEß2
jell Successors to W. Dock, Jr., & OD •
LMB for sale on the corner of Third and
Broad streets. Esquire of W3L C. MorPrilikr -
IVrESS SHAD and FINE NEW M# K.
J.T.L. EBEL, jag received, at 7 ,- •
iYIB • BOY= ig..)01901e,
OMR VINEGAR.—Pare Cider Vinegar
. flan be bought by the barrel oremeall-qhmitr
HAMS, BEEF AND TONGUES—a fresh
invoice at fau/I— SIDSCICR.& PROMVS.
T • - •
lIST received, this morning, Itichener.t&
0 Co., Fresh Smoked Varna, Beef an Tongue s , at -
nage SHIBLER &IBMS •
NEW-FISK—New-No. - 1 and - 1 - Mackerel
in barrels, ball' barrels and kale. antl b 3401.2 a9und,
at [auge] sHIsLERvFNIZEit.'‘.
- przniTEK BUTTER. Fresh roll butte;
frm-Barter county reeivfid, - 6415 'week. Also
eggs at [myt] BOYNR g KOXR.RER.
A NEW SUPPLY tit FLESH
.laL Rea, pat rechtveitbfintiornineat
sHISLER h Flthni a,
.Id 7 Summon to W. Doak, Jr., & Co
..J. a DONNELL
MASAI , lISATAYER