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MW&KING AND EVENING,
LIEFICL TIRED SZ, EIiAR WALNUT,
TI? NHS TgIEGRAC/1 ie gerVt.t.t to subscribers in the
city at 12 cents per week. Yearly subscribers will be
etiargid ;6 00 in advance, Those - Persona who neglect n,
pay is advance will be charged $7 00.
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MRS. M. MAYER, NO. 13 MARKET STREET,
BKING desirous of closing her Summer
Stock of Millinery Goods, offers for sale at greatly
retuned prices, snot as
SILK AND STRAW - BONNETS,
HATS AND PLATS, &C.
Constantly on hand a splendid assortment of
lIAN DEM:OHM Fs,
FANCY GOODS, &C.
Dealers will do well to call, as great bargalts dan be.
had at wholesale.jel4 ly
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CLOAKS,.. . .
.N TIC LA.SI
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BUILDING,
A. Now Philadelphia Cloak Store. Have now a eplendid
SPRING Sr, SUMMER MANTELS,
FRENCH CLOTH CIRCULARS,
NEW FRENCH SACKS, AND
NEW FRENCH LOOSE BASKS.
The above beautiful samples, in every color and hand
!mutely trimmed, from $750, to SIS.
CIRCULARS, SACKS AND BASRA:,
Handsomely_ add .richly trimmed, &OM . $lO upward.
CHILDREN'S MANTELS IJi LARGE VARIETY.
Millinery and Fancy Goo ds:
MRS. J. 11113 BS, at No. 8 Market S quare,
next door to Felix's Confectionery, keepatinnstant
ly uu hand the lanist styles of }linnets, Hats, Ruches,
Flowers, Ribbons, A:c., together with It fine ti3Bortment of
Dress Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries, Collars,- Cuffs,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves and Variety floods in
general. _ .
All the latest Designs of Dress Patterns direct trilm the
New York Bazaars. Dress and Cloak making neally.e.ke'-
euted. Thankful for the patrouage. bestowed since her
opening, she trusts, by a strict atteati,li to business and
her endeavors to give kcal end , s atisfaction; to el:atinee - to
receive a share Cl the public patreuage, Jv 1-d3ra
C YS9CIL - V..4.3D
Pa pleasant, healthy beverage.
Very convenient and refreshing for inv./lit:9 havinA
fever or great thirst.
Its portaitility recommends it '0 travelers.
Its convenii nee ut inc-nits will be upruciated.,
No sugar required; one table-spoonful siinpipdißsolycd
in a glass of cold water and it is dune.
• KELLER'S DRUG AND NANCY GOOD 5T0.14E, ;
Jel?No. 91, Market atreet"..-
C L 0 A If, S 70 0
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IN D. W. GROSS" NEW BLOCK, *** *
Market Street, Ilarrisborg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
OF FASHIONABLE -
CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS,
FINE SPRING SIIAIVIA
Will open on the let of April.
THE subscriber offers, at private sale, the
following valuable property, situate in Susquehanna
township, Dauphin county, on the Jonestown road, about
one and ono-half miles from Harrisburg. A tract of land,
containing 6 acres, bounded by lauds of Jannis Colder,
heirs of Gen. John Forster at d others, thereon erected a
large frame House, nearly new, and frame Darn, toether
with ptber necessary outimiluinv. A well with non - or
failing water in the basement of tho house; also, a vari
ety dr choice fruit tre, , s, consisting of apples, pears and
cherries. Persons desirous of seeing the property will
please canon the subscriber, residing en the premises.
PETER R. SHAFFER
N. B.—lf the above property is not sold befo..6 arr.
3d of September hext, it will be olfored at pulide sate on'
that day,, on the plane:ma. aug6-0.2w
PROVOST MAREDIAL'S Carlon, 14TH Disritior,
lisainsumto, Pa., Juno 6, 1861.
TO DRAFTED MEN.—I am directed by
Lieut. Col. J. V. Bomford, A. A. Provost Alaratuu
General, by his circular, No. 59, of June 4,1864, to pub
lish "That drafted men are not allowed to enlist as romu
teers after being drafted; and that the creoitafor drafted
rerntlittfor the sub-districts from which they
were drafted, no matter whether local bounty has or, has
not been paid to such men, upon "ilt‘gat enlistment.'"
• JNO. KA,Y•OLEMENT,
Captain acid Provost Marsha!, 14th Dist, Va.
jet > dtl
Steam Weekly to, Liyeamool..
TOUCHING at QUEENSTOWI4; ( tdri Hit:
bor.) The well known Staartiel'ii of the ' Titerpool,
New York and Philadelphia Steiroghip Company, are in
tended to sail as follows:
City of ilanchester, Satur lay, Augustl3; City of Pos
ton, ietturlay, August 20; City of Baltimore,. Saturday,
August 27, and every succeeding Saturday, at, Noou,
from Plei 44, North River. •
RATES OF PASSAGE,
p A y m , LB nr , GogaN 010 ITS Sti VI V A LENT IN
FIRST CABIN $BO 00 STEERAGE $3O 00
do to London ...ft& 00' flo Li) Loudoli.t:l.... 84 00
do to Paris 09 . 00 do to Paris 40 .00
do to Hamburg:... 90 00 do to Hamburg.... TT Otr
Pasieugeris also forwaided to Hatre, Ercmeu, Miter.
data, Antwerp, &c., at equally low'ritos. , - • '
Fares from Idaerpool or Queenstown: ISt , Cabln. $75,
$B5, $lOB. Steerage, $B5. Those who wish' tO'solid • for
their friends can buy tickets hero at theso,mtei.
Fur further information apply at. t he. Com . 00149
JOAN G. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway,-N1 or 0..0
RM AN , Harrasburs. •f2.3.417.7'
.ALBRECIIT, RIENES & SCII3IIIEFS: ,
• EXCELSIOR PIANOS... : ••
SOLE AGENCY AT W. _giro (11 - LE'S,
93 Market street, Hairisburg. •
'REASONS 11 1,,, riectly sat,isf9.ctiAl tq
1 MYSELF' pEivc Lakin) . the ageneY of the ahoylemmat
excellent -Planda ' Thep:lll4le io iuvited to come, axot.
ammo for themselvAs
A few Sehonutekbt - . 4 - tol Pianos on hxnml yet will I:4.
Qui low., mar2s-1.1
l I WE largest and cheapest variety of FEUD.
TOULAPI/ ALBUMS hi the city- are constantly
at [WA BERGNER'S %LEAP BOOMSCAM.-
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
Pennsylvania Rail Road !
SPRING TIME TABLE.
.I.v.t: TRAINS . DAILY TO AND FOUR
ON AND Arras
MONDAY, May 10th, ISM,
THE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Har
risburg and Philadelphia as follows:
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THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
at 2145 A..A. ; and arrives at Weed Philadelphia at 6.55 A. X.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at
6.00. t. N., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.10 A. at.
Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION, leaven Harrisburg at
7.20 A. at., connects at Lancaster 'with Lancaster accom
modation train, and and arrives at West Philadelphia at
12.25 r. K.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Harris
burg at 12 20 P. at. ; Columbia 1.55 P. at., and arrives at
Lancaster 130 P. ar. ; connecting with Fait Mail east at
Lancaster for Philadelphia, and, arrives at West Philadel
phia at 5.30 P.M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.20 P. X.; Lancaster
at 2.47 P. at., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.30 P. at
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, ,
bia leaves Harrisburg at 5.25 P, 1., and arrives at Weal
Philadelphia at 10.60 fr. aC•
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leavbs Harrisburg daily
(ekcegt.Xanday) at 210 A. m. ; Altoona, 7.85 •A. st., take
breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30 P. x.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily at 3.10 a.m.; Altoona at 8.20 a. N., take breakfast,
and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00 it x.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.30 P. ; Altoona
at 7.15 P. N. take supinr, and arrives atllttsburgat 12.30
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 3.50 P. X. ; Altoona at
8.35 r. az. tato supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves Lancaster at.
0.30 A. nt. arrives at Harrisburg at 11.10 A. M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves West
Phibuielphia at 2.45 P.X., and arrives at Harrisburg at 8.10
P. M. . .
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION No. 2, leaves lancas•
tor at 6.25 P. /It connecting there with Harrisburg Aocom
modation West, leaves blown Joy at 7.00 P. az, and arrives
at Harrisburg at 8.20 P. -
- SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
supg. Middle Din. Penn'a R. R.
Ha.rrlslyurg, May 13, 312164.d.tt
Northern Central Railway
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
TO AND amok
Commimone made will trains on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and num Pittsburg and the West.
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira, and all of Northern
New 'York. .
ON and after MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1864,
Oki. passenger Trains of 'the Nortbern Central
Railway will arrive At and depart from Harrisburg and
Baltimore as follows, viz: • .
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Stinday) 10.25 A. M.
" leaves Harrisburg... 120 5, X.
44 arrives at Baltimore 6.40 P. X
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) 1145 r. M.
" leaves Harrisburg (except
' Monday) 150 A. M.
it arrives , at, Baltimore daily
(except Monday) 7.00 A. ir.
HARRISBURG ASCOMMODATION leaves Har
man .. 7.00 1 M.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves San
bury daily (except Sun
• i ' day) at.. 7 30 A. x
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday) ' 9.20 A. it.
leaves Harrisburg 1.30 P. X
s' • Arrives at. Sunbury - 4.05 r. ar,
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily 9.30 14. nr.
arrives at Harrisburg ..... 1.50 A . . ar.
± <, • leaves Harrisburg dally (ex
cept Monday) 8.15 d. If,
" ' arrives atSunbury . 5.53 a. it
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Bal
timore daily (except Sun
day) 3.00 r. a.
If arrives at Harrisburg.. . ... .7.50 P. it.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Harris-
burg daily (except Sunday)
at 4 00 P. M.
For further information apply at the Mee, in Pennsyl,
vania Raßroad Depot. .1. N, IhrBARRY,
Harrisburg, May 18, 1884.-dtf Gen. Supt.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY TO MICW.YORIE
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, November
16th, 1863, the PassengerTraine willleave the Phila.
delphia and Rending Railroad Depot, at Banishing, for
.New York and Philadelphia, as follows, viz
EXPRESS LINE leaves Rarrilthurg at B.BOIA. M. on
rival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train the .
West, arriving in New York at 1.45 a. is. A sleeping ear
is attached to the train through from Pittsburg witkout
HAIL TRAIN leaves 'Harrisburg at S.OO A. arriving
in New York at 5.30 r N., and Phlladelphiaat 150 P. L
NewFAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2.40 P. X, arriving In
w York at 10.25 P Y., and Philadelphia at 7.00 P. Y.
FAST LLNE leaves New York at 6.00 a. x., and Phila•
delpbia at 8.15 .s. a., arriving at Harrisburg at 1.15 P. AL
MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and
Philadelphia at 3.30 P. X., arriving atEarrisburg at 8.20
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Netv York at 7.00 p. IL, ar
riving at Harrisburg at 2.00 a x. and connecting with the
Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleeping car
is also attached to this train.
Connections are made at Haurisburg with trains on the
;Pennsylvania, Northern. Central and Cumberland Valley
Imbrued% and at Reading for Philadelphia, Potts, We,
Wilkesbarre, Allentown, Easton, &o •
• Baggage checked through. Fare between New York
and Harrisburg; s s'ls ; between Harrisburg and Philadel;
phin, $3 35 in No. 1 cars, and $3 in No. 2.
For tickets or other Luton:Ration apply to,
J. J. ELYDS,
nol4-dtr ' : Gener.il Agent, tirmrrishara
S U MMER ARRANGEMENT.
ait EA T • TICEINIK UNE FROM: THE
NORTH and Northwastfor Philadelphia,New York,
Heading, Pottsville, Inbanen, Allentown, laston,Ace., &o.
Trains leave. Harrisburg for Philadelphia, New York,
Beading, Pottsville and all intermediate stations, at 8.00
A. s. , and 2.q0 P. PA
New York. Express. leaves Harrisburg at &80 A. R.,
arri,Ving.al New York at 1.45 the same day.
Acconimodatlon Passenger train leaves Read
ng at 7.15 A. at. and returns fromEtarrisburg at 5 P. AL
Fares from Harrisburg; To New York, $5 16; to Phila
delphia $3 35 and
s q 80. Baggage checked through.
Returning, leave Nei! York at 6 A. tr. ,12 noon, and I
F. , (Pittsburg - Wrens arriving at Harrisburg at 2A. ar.)
Leave Philadelphia at
.$ Y., and 8 , 80 p,
Sleeping l ears in tihe New York &sprats Traina,throngh
Wand from Pittsburg without change.
Passengers by the Catawissa Railroad leave Tamaqua
at 6:50 A. la', and 2.10 P. N., for Philadelphia, New York,
and all way points. • "
'Drains leave Pottsville at 9.15 4.11., and 2.80 r. r., for
Phledelphin, Harrisburg and ; New York.
,An Accdmmodaticm Passenger train leaves Reading at
.7 pOA, or. audietUrns from Philadelphia 0,5.00 P. Y.
Ali the above trains run daily, Sunday excepted,
k Sunday. train leaves Pottsville at 7.80 A. at., and Phil.
edelphia at 8.16 Y.
• Commutation, Mileage, Season and illaintralon tickell ai
"-;ed Toed races go and from &Hookas.
pounds baggage allowed to each person.
G. A. NICOLIS,
Nag 2,41100.485ytf; •
"THE UNION-NOW AND FOREVER."
HARRISBURG, PA., THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18. 1864
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"COSTAR'S" , EXTERMINATORS.
"COSTAR'S , EXTERMINATORS.
For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs,
Fleas, Moths in Furs, Woolens, Insects
on Plants, pawls, Animals, etc.
"16 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known. '
"Free from Poison."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
xv-Sold by all Druggists everywhere
Sal-1 I I BEWARE I I I of all worthless imitations.
tar" Costar's" Depot, No. 482 Broadway, N. Y.
Ariii-Sold by D. W. CROSS & CO.,
Wholesale and retail agents.
And by all Druggists in Harrisburg, Pa. jelo-daw3m
THE DAY & BUSHNELL MINING COMPANY
20 EXCHANGE PLACE, NEW YORE.
MHE attention of the public is called to the
advantages (dread by this company for
Profitable Investment. -
The extent and value of its
G 0 ][-J DI MINES,
coupled with its process for working them, make it the
most desirable propprty ever offered to the public.
Detailed information in regard to its extent and pros
pects can be had at the office of the undersigned, agent of
the company, who will receive subscriptions to stock.
JOILYW. HALL, Agt.,
Office Third strooli, sear Walnut, Harrisburg, Pa.
Cavalry Horses Wanted.
ASSISTANT QUASTENZASTER'S OFFICE, U. S. A.,
ILLSRISSURG, PE.NNA., July 26th, 1884.
IJITTIL Anther orders, one. hundred and
sixty-five (165) dollars per head will be paid for all
delivered at the Government stables at Harrisburg, Pa.
Said horses to be sound in all particulars, not less than
(5) five nor more than (0) nine years old; from 1434 to 18
hands high, full fleshed, compactly built, bridle wise and
of size F uflicient for cavalry purposes.
These specifications still be strictly adhered to and rigidly
enforced in every particular.
Payment made on delivery of (7) seven horses or over.
Hours of inspection from 8 A.M.to 6 P. M. The de
mandhs urgent and an immediate response is solicited.
E. C. REICHENBACH,
Jy26-dtf Capt. and Ass't Qr. Hr.
1430 0 REWARD.
►iIHE following United States securities have
_IIL been lost, viz:
$l,OOO 7 3.10 Treasury Note, dated Oct. 1,1861, No. 22,477
500 do do 1,363
500 do do 1,369
The above have on them the coupons from Oct. 1, 1862,
$lOO 71.10 Treasury Note, dated Aug:l9, '6l, No. 61,064
100 do do 64,227
The latter five notes have on them the coupons from
Feb. 19, 1863, inclusive.
$1 000 One Year Certificate of Indebtedness, due April 3
1863, No. 8 194
• PAYMENT ON ALL THE 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 left with
J. W. WEIR Cashier.
genitratirmo, July 29, 1864-d3w&w2w
GOOD NEWS !
• TO TDB CITIZENS , OF lIARRISBURG.
IICIEDIVTION'in the •price of bread. The
LL undersigned; Practicalßaker, of the Sixth ward,
liarrisburg, Broad street, between Second and Third, re
spectfully informs the public that he will sell his Whett
Bread at the following rates, loaves as large as those of
any other baker in the city: Three ten cent loaves for
25 cents; six for 50 cents; twelve fOr $l. Those wishing
to patronize the undersigned wi'l do well to call at his
Bakery, or apply to his wagons and make their pur
chasez, as they will save 20 per cent. Fannies wishing
to bake their own bread can obtain a GOOD YE -IST, pre
pared expre,sly for family use, every afternoon, at four
o'clock, at Iris bakery. Terms cash.
auas-dtf JOHN ALCORN, Practical-Baker.
BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! !
TN BOOTS . AND SHOES.
TNTENDING to close in a very short time,
.1_ I will sell all my well.selented; stock. of Boots, Shoes
and Gaiters, al proves tar below their present value.
My stock was made fur retail, of the best material and
To those who apply early I will sell great bargains .
No. 12 Market Square; next to Felix's Confectionery.
NOTICE TO SITIPPF.RS BY
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
pr accordance with the provisions of the
..11- New Internal Revenue Law, all goofs delivered at the
above railroad tor shipment, must !love a .Two Cent
Stamp affixed to the receipt demanded therefor, said
stariap to be at the expense ef the shipper.
• For all receipts taken by the above Company, said
stamps will be turnished and paid for by the Company.
auglo-dtsep3o JOHN J. CLYDE, Agent.
Draft! Draft 3 S Draft lS I
ALIENS and persons tinder or over the re
quired age, who have been enrolled in this (14th)
District, or any other District in the State, can have their
exemption papers made out at rates fixed by law.
Now is the time to put in a substitute and avoid the.
Permits who are not liable to draft, and who wish to
enter the army as substitutes, can obtain the highest pre
Business transacted by mall at legal rates, and coat of
travel thereny avoided.
Call at once, or address by mail,
Attorney at Law, 3d street,
Iy9-eod2mos. Harrisburg, Pa.
COIINTRY SOAP.—A small but superior
lot of Homemade Soap just received at
SHISLER & FRAZER'S.
RXTRA WHITE WHEAT FLOUR —Se
-VA 'acted White Wheat Family Flour, just received:
sad for sale •t SIEMER & FRAZER,
Successors tow. Rook, Jr, a Co.
GOVERNMENT SALES, &C.
A UCTION SALE
OFFICE OF CHIEF QUARTERMASTER,
WASHINGTON, D. C., August 3, 1864.
W3:ILL be sold at pail° auction, to the
tighest bidder, at tho times and places named be•
Reading, Pennsylvania, Thursday, August 18, 1861.
Altoona, Pennsylvania, Thursday, August 25, 1864.
Lebanon, Pennsylvania, Thursday, September 1, 1864.
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
Horses sold singly.
TERMS: CASE( in United States Currency.
TAMES A. ERIN.
au6-dlBB U. GA. and C. Q. M. Cavalry Rerpen.
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JOHN FOX, of this city, offers himself as a
candidate for REGISTER of Dauphin county, sub
ject to the decision of the Union County Convention.
Having had seventeen year's experience in the business
of the office, he pledges himself to give satisfaction If
GEORGE MARK, of South Hanover town
ship, offers himself as a candidate for the office of
REGISTER, of Dauphin county. If elected, Mr. Mark
pledges himself to perform the duties of said office with
fidelity. je29 d&wtc
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS.
HARRISBURG, June 9, 1884_
THE undersigned respectfully offers himself
to the Republicans of the 14th Congressional Dis
trict of Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Dan
phin, Juniata, Northumberland, Union and Snyder, for
nomination by the several countyconventions of the said
District. [jaldtel JOSIAH ESPY.
RUDOLPH MILLER, of East Hanover
township, offers himself as a candidate for the office
of Register. If nominated and elected he pledges him
self to fulfil the duties of the office with fidelity.
je2.5-d2wmwtc* RUDOLPH MILLER.
NEW AD V ERTISEIVIEN'I'S.
County, ss: • •
being duly sworn, do depose and say
that I was enrolled in 1863, in the
that I moved from there in the month of ---,
18—, into said
I am a man, and by occupation a
and hereby request that my enrollment-may, be changed
to suit my present residence.
Nara.—The above is adopted by the Board of Enroll
ment of the 14th District of Pennsylvani i as'il suitable
form of affidavit to be made on an application to change
tile name on the enrollment lists from ono District, to
another. . _ _
LIQUID RENNET yields with milli 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 easy of
digestion t 'and supports the system with the least possible
excitement. When still greater nutritive power isdesired,
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.
NITTTEIIEAS, the Honorable Joss J. Pmut-
SO; President of the Court of Common Pleas in
the Twelfth Judicial District, consisting of the counties of
Lebanon:and Dauphin, and the Honorable:Saxon LANInn
and Honorable llosim R. YOUNG, Associate:Judges in Dam , .
phin county, having issued their precept, bearing date the
27th day of May, 1864, to me directed, for holding a
Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery and
Quarter Sessions of the Peace of Harrisburg, for the county
of Dauphin, and to commence on THE Ore MONDAY OF AD
cam', NEET, being the .22d day of August, 180, and to
continue one Week:
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Justices
of the Peace, Aldermen and Constables of the said county
of Dauphin, that they be then and there in their proper
persons, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, with
their records, inquisitions, examinations, and their own
remembrances, to do thoso things which to their office
appertains to be done, and those who aro bound in recog
nizancos to prosecute against the prisoners that are or
shall be in the Jail of Dauphin county, be then and there
to prosecute against them as shall be just.
Given under my hand, at Harrisburg, the 45th dayof
July, in the year of our Lord, 1864, and in the eighty
ninth year of the independence of the United States.
W. W. JENNINGS, Sheriff.
Harrisburg, July 25, 186-1. jy2s-dikwtd
SELLING OUT _LOW
OUR STOCK OF I QIJOR SI.
Wintend to discontinue the sale of Li
ooers and offer our stock at a very small idvancr
from coat Price. We have narchased all our Liquors be
fore the last rise and have a large stock on hand for three
or four years, which are guaranteed cannot be purchased
now at any price from the importers.
Our stock consists of
of all grades.
.1144^We have parts of three barrels pure RYE, not
colored, and IS Ggrees above proof, 2% years old.
WINES of all Grades, Domestic and Imported.
We have part of % cask HFNNESSEY BRANDY,
to which we invite the particular attention of families for
The Brandy cannot be bdught to-day, from importers,
leas than $l5 per gallon. We will sell it for $l2 per gal
SCOTCH AND ENGLISH ALES, •
Ws Invite the inspection of Hotel Keepers and Liquor
Merchants generally, as we intend to sell, without re
serve, all our Liquors, and this will be a good opportli
nity for bargains.
je2o SHISLF.R & FRAZER.
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
.:T AM happy to offer to the public a large
and splendid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pens are well finished, elastic, and will give en
PLEASE TRY THEM.
SCHEFFER'S ROOK STORE,
Second street, opposite Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg
SURSTITUT.ES AND LOCAL CREDITS
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WEDNESDAY, August 17, 1864
The Senate met at 3 o'clock.
BOUNTIES IN BERNS COUNTY.
Mr. CLYMER called up an act relating to
the payment of bounties by the .commission
ere of Berks county. -
On motion of Mr. CLYMER, said bill was
considered, amended, and,
On a motion to suspend the rules to read
the bill a third time, two-thirds not voting in
the affirmative, the bill fell.
The SPEAKER referred House bill No
1357, an act for the organization and disti
pline of the militia of the State, to the Com
mittee on the Militia.
On motion, it was ordered that the Senate
bill, with the amendments of the House of
Representatives, be printed.
BOUNTIES IN BUCKS COUNTY
Mr. KINSEY called up Senate bill No. 1325,
(reported by the Judiciary Committee yester
day, with a negative recommendation.)
lu committee of, the whole said bill wss con
sidered. and reported with a negative recom
' The bill therefore fell.
On motion of Mr. STEIN, the Senate pro
ceeded ti the consideration of Senate bill No.
1326, au act re'ative to the payment of boun
ties to volunteers in the borough of Freemana
burn, N.,rth.ruptan county. eat.sod fir ally.
Mr. BIDGWAY reported, from the Commit
tee on Corporations, an act relative to coal
and mining companies, and,
On motion, the Senate proceeded to the
consideration of said bill. Passed finally.
Mr. LAMBERTON, on leave, read in place
a supplement to an act relative to roads,
highways and bridges.
Referred to the Committee on Roads and
Bridges. _ _ _
On motion of Mr. LAMBERTON the com
mittee was discharged, and the Senate pro
ceeded to the consideration of said bill.
'On motion of Mr. DUNLAP, the Commit
tee on the Judiciary was discharged from the
further consideration of a bill entitled A sup
plement to an act relative to the payment of
bounties to volunteers, approved March 24th,
On motion of Mr. OLYMER, said bill was
amended so as to make its provisions apply
to the borough of Hamburg, in York county.
After some debate, two-thirds not voting in
the affirmative on a motion to suspend the
rules, the bill fell.
BILLS IN PLACE.
Mr. BEABDSLEE (on leave) read in place
an act to authorize the school directors of the
townships of Coolsbaugh and Stroud, in Mon
roe couutv, to levy and collect taxes for boun
ties to volunteers.
Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.
Mr. CHAMPNEYS, a supplement to an act
relative to the payment of bounties to volun
teers, passed March 25, 1861.
Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
' AFTERNOON SESSION.
WEDNESDAY, August 17, 1864.
Mr. COCHRAN (Erie) asked and obtain
ed leave to introduce a bill -in reference to
fees on patented lands. The motion was agreed
to, and the bill passed finally, :as . follows :
Be it enactal, 4-c., That the patent fee on
town lots. not exceeding one-third of an
acre shall be one dollar, and that so much of
the said act of May 20, 1864, as is inconsistent
herewith, is hereby repealed.
On mcrion of Mr. BARGER, the House
went into consideration of the the bill tax xig
incomes and moneys invested in personal
property for municipal purposes, which had
been passed at the last Legistature, but vetoed
by the Governor a few days - since.
Mr. BARGER advocated the re-passage of
the bill, notwithstanding the veto.
Mr. MILLER also advocated the passage
of the bill.
On the question, Shall the b`.ll pass notwith
standing the veto? it was agreed to, and the bill
was again passed by a unanimous vote of all
the members present—eighty-four.
M.r. WEISER read a bill in place relative
to paying bounties-to volunteers in the t iwn
ship of Weisenbarg, legalizing loans. The
bill passed finally. .
Mn SMITH, (Philadelphia,) from the select
committee on the extension of the State cap
itol, made a report, which, together With the
bill. was indefinitely postponed. ..
Mr. REX read in place , an act to authorize
the payment of bounties to drafted men in
The bill, after considerable-discussion, was
On motion of Mr. SHARPE, the House
took up the bill for the relief of Chambers
The bill was passed through committee of
the whole. As thus paSsed it appropriates
$lOO,OOO for the benefit of the sufferers, to be
distributed by a commission named in the
bill, the basis of distribution to be, as far .ss
practicable,' the amount of their loss and their
preient pecuniary condition. The bill also
makes provision with regard to the remission
of taxes, etc. Without proceeding to the sec
ond reading of the bill, the House adjourned.
The Indian War.
The Dacotah Union of the 9th inst., says
a rumor was prevalent at Fort Randall that
Indian runners had arrived amongst the
Yanktons, with the intelligence that General
Sally had had a battle with the. Indians on
Kniter, and had been badly defeated .The ru
mor needs confirmation.
New York Stock Markets.
NEW Yowl, August 16.
Stocks steady; Chicago and Rook Island,
1144; Cumberland preferred, 61; Illinois Cen
tral, 131; Reading, 1374; New York Central,
131; Hudson River, 1331; Missouri 6's, 68;
Erie, 113 i; Cleveland and Toledo, 132 t;
Clevelandand Pittsburg, 1131; Pittsburg, Port
Wayne, 1164; one year certificates, 95; treas
ury, 7 3-10, 109; 10-40, 1034; 5-20 Couponer
109 k; Coupon 6s, /MI Wds 255 i.
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Three days 75
One week 125
One month 300
Two months 4 60
Three months 6 50
Six months It 00
One year 16 00
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FROM CALIFORNIA. AND CHINA.
San Francisco News of Yesterday
An application was made to the United
States Circuit Court yesterday, for the release
of Chas. L. Weller, lately confined in Fort
Alcatras, for using treasonable language, urg
ing the Democrats to armed resistance to the
draft, &c. The application for release was
based on the act of Congress requiring a civil
indictment of parties arrested by military au
thority in the loyal States, or their discharge
within a certain time.
The Supreme Court of California has af
firmed the constitutionality of the law provid
ing f.r the enforcement of contracts for pay
ment in gold medium, which gives great satis
faction to business circles.
Hong Kong dates of June 30th state that
Nankin was the only important city left in
possession of the rebels, and 'was closely in.
vested by the Imperialists.
A fire in Manilla had. destroyed two hun
dred thousand dollars worth of tobacco.
War Vessels Dispatched to Inter
cept the Tallahassee.
WASHINGTON, A.ugast IG.
The first information of the depredations of
the pirate Tallahassee were received by the
Navy Department on the 12th, after office
hours, when Secretary Welles at once ordered
the following named vessels to forthwith start
in pursuit, namely, Juniata, Susquehanna,
Eolus, Pontoosuc, Dumbarton, and Tristam
Shandy. On the 13th the Moccasin,Aster,
Yantic, R. R. Cuyler, and Grand Guf, were
sent out, and on the 15th the Dacotah and San
Jacinto were similarly dispatched, taking dif
ferent directions. These were all the vessels
available by the Navy Department.
PHILADELPHIA, August 17.
Thero is a very firm feeling in fionr"mar
kets, as the receipts are very small. Sales of
2,500 bbls Western and City Mills, extra fam
ily, $ll 50412 per bbl, and some extra at
$lO 50; Rye flour is steady, at $9 25®9 50.
In corn meal nothing doing. Wheat has an
upward tendency, with sales of 7,000 bushels
old red at $2 5532 57, and new at $2 62®
2 69; Rye sells on arrival, at -$1 85; Corn is
scarce, and yellow commands 167 ; 5,000
bushels mixed Western sold at $1 6241 63 ;
Oats are firm, at 40c for new and 45 for old ;
new Barley, is selling at $1 75; in groceries
but little change; Provisions all quiet; sales
of 100 bbls mess Pork at $ll 75; Hams at
$2l 25 ; Sides at 17ic ; Shoulders at • lqc;
Lard at 22®22ic. Petroleum is firm; sales
of Crude at 59c; refined in bond at 82085;
free, at 85®90. Whisky has advanced ; sales
of 500 bbls $1 75 for refined, and $1 80 for
Flour dull; sales 9,000 bbls. ; State ska 9 10,
Ohio $ll 35®12; Southern $lO 75414. Wheat
steady; sales unimportant. Corn firm; sales
38,000 bus. at $1 52@1 52i. Beef dull. Pork
heavy at $4O 31'i®40 50. Lard steady. Whisky
firm at $1 80; buyers demand a reduction to
$1 78. Receipts flour 19,000 bbls.; Wheat
40,000 bus.; corn 30,000 bus. •
BaurnoconF. Aug. 17..
Flour dull at a decline of 12k. Wheat 'dull.
sales of 5,000 bushels new red . $2 80®2 85.
Corn firm at an advance of lc for white.
Whisky steady $1 81. Coffee classed tony
ant; Rio advances.
TOLEDO, August 17
The BleKinster House was destroyed by fire
Use , of Every Musical Instrument.
. The instructions in lbsee books are given in a manner
adapted - to the comprehension of all grades. of scholars.
The exercises illustrating and enforcii g the lessons are
notdry and tedious, bUt sprightly and enlivening, and the
selection of music, varying from the simple to the ditl/-.
cult, comprises the most p pular melodies of the day.
Oliver Ditson g Co.. Publishers, Boston. told by J.'
E. Gould. Philadelphia. aug2-dtc
A. F. ZIMMERMAN,
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No. it Market Street, Harrisburg, Pa,
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Has constantly on band a well selected and elegantly
snorted stock of
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AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
Both in Gold and Silver Cases.
Also, a fine assortment of
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LOWEST CASE . PRICES.
lar Call and examine the goods.
Particular attention paid to repairing of Byte Watcitea.
peen as Chronometers, Duplex and other edlebrated
Watches, and ell ..kinds of Jewelry neatly repaired.
None but the most competent workmen employed, and.
the whole matter under my own personal supervision:
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CHICAGO, Aug. 17
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that in
pursuance of the act of Assembly of Pennsylvania,
passed the first day of June, 1839, the stockholders of the
Franklin Bank, of Washington, Penna., will apply to the
next session of the Legislature .for a reneival or its char
ter, with an increase of its capital from $160,000 to
$200,000. C. M. REED, President. ,
WASHINGToIri rA, June 24,1864:.. - la/
ALlitlON.—Fine salt Salmon, at -
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One week...... ..... 226
One month 0 00
Two menthe 9 00
Three month& 11 00
Six months 15 o
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NEW YOEX, Aug. 17
Fire in Toledo.
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Wilmer's Perfect Guide for the Guitar, 60 cents.
Winner's Perfect Guide for the Piano, 60 cents.
Winner's Perfect Guide for the Melodeon, 60 cents.
Winner's Perfect Guide for the Accordeon, 60 cents
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