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FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 19, 1864.
trrt Gs; ADVEit'PISERS.—AII Adver
tisements, Business Botices, ilitsrriages,
Deaths, Arc., to secure insertion In the
TELEGRAPH, must invariabli be accom•
purled with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered In the regular
Event ng . P.,dition arA.inserted In the Morn
lug Edition without extra charge.
TOWN A.ND COUNTRY
WELL .11E. SOLD AT MIMIC. SALE, at the resi
dence of Mr. Wm. Carson, on Front street,
three doors above the Fox Tavern, 4iis entire
household and kitchen furniture, consisting
of beds and bedding, bureau, looking glass,
carpets, &c. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock,
to-morrow (Saturday) afterneon.
W. BARR & SON. Auctioneer.
Ix our columns will be found the card of
Mr. Henry Radabaugh, who offers himself as
a candidate for Register, subject to tl% deci
sion of the Union Convention. Mr. R. is well
known in this city, where he has long per
formed the duties of constable. His nomina
tion would he equivalent to an election. See
Losx—A deed for a lot bought at Treasur
er's sale in 1862, was lost this morning some
where in Market street. It is of no value ex
cept to the owner, and the finder will please
return it to this office.
FIFTH NV ADD RADUR. -DIM Roster Ann
Walters, of the Fifth ward, has left at 'our of
fice a radish which measures two feet in length
and nine inches in circumference! Mrs. W.
thinks she can "beat the State" on large vege
DEATH Or ME STEWARD Or THE POOR
Housz.—We regret to learn that John Whit
moYtr, the steward of the Poor House, died
yesterday morning, of typhoid fever. Mr.
W. was an energetic and industrious buiiness
man, and the directors will find it difficult to
supply his place. •
Slam-yr.—About eight o'clock this morn
ing a horse came dashing down Third street,
drawing with him a buggy. When near Market
street, two wheels left the vehicle. The horse
turned the corner of Market, and was cap
tared in front of Herr's Hotel, but sneceeded
in kicking the buggy to pieces. No person
VERT IMPORTANT DECISION.—Tho Commis
sioner of Internal Revenue has decided that
when sums of over $2O aro paid, and the per
son paying the seine asks for a receipt, said
party should furnish the revenue stamp re
quired by law. On the other,.hand, if the
party receiving the money tenders a receipt
without being requested to dp SP, he is the
proper person to furnish the stamp. In no
case should a receipt of over $2O be signed
until the stamp is attached '
PzusoNAL.—Hon. Thaddeus Stevens was on
the floor of the House of Representatives yes
terday afternoon. The veteran statesman
doubtless recalled in his own mind many a
scene of triumph through which he passed on
that floor, and we were pleased to notice the
hearty congratulations with which be was re
ceived by the Representatives, of all parties.
It is what his intellect and services richly de
Rev. W. C. Cattail, late pastor of the 0. S.
Presbyterian church of this city, was in town
to-day, and left this afternoon for Easton.
Rev. C. has many warm friends in Harrisburg,
who always meet him with pleasure. -
A JUST DECISION OF TILE MAIM OF ENROLL
MENT.—One of the evils which we have suf
fered, in furnishing our quota of troops, has
arisen from the fact, that so many persons
from abroad are here buying up substitutes.
By this system of purchase many sub-districts
will be completely drained of their population.
In order to correct this evil, Provost Marshal
Clements has decided • to issue no papers to
any individnal who ptitea substitute in at this
post, for whom he intends to seek recruits in
some. other district, The decision is a just
one, and will be conducive iii preventing
great hardships in many of the sub-districts.
NOT 01TT OF THE DILAFT.---Wp are , informed
that we were mistaken in stating as we did in
our last, that the Second ward of this city had
filled its quota for the coming draft. This is
not the case, and will not be unless. a little
more liberality is shown in subscribing funds,
on the part of those liable to the draft. Those
having charge of the matter state that a com
mendable liberality has beemahown by many,
while others equally able and liable to draft,
have in some instances wholly declined, and
in others have subscribed very small amounts,
and that if there is no improvement in this re
spect, they will, have
,P 4 take their .chances in
the tarn of the wheel.
EXEMPTION BY COMMITTA.TION.--It hi still a
question open for debate in the Western States,
whether the commutation heretofore paid
now exempts a man from draft. A special dis
patch in a late number of the Cincinnati
Gazette, &out „Washington city, Ahnounces
that commutations count as credits on the
draft. The question then iniftiediately
volved is whether those who .paid Commuta
tion are exempt. If it was thel:requirPment
of the law that the person drafted should go
into the service for three yearsor pay the sum .
of $3OO to the governMent, in lien therof,'.
then it certainly seems that those who So paid
performed their portion of the eiontraick and
they should not be again 'subjected itnmedi
ately to the same ordeal with those who have
never perhaps paid a farthing or rendered an
hour's service to the Government. If the
War Department will legislate on this sub
ject, let it be to its fall length and hreadth,
that we may know just where we. stand, A
little more light is needed
Fon SALE—An elegant building lot, situat
ed on Third street above North, 21 feet front
by isi tit in deith, running to a2O feet
wide eney. • For particulars enquire at
au9-dtf THIS OFFICE.
• NEw CLOmnice_ sro7l2.—Messrs. L (V, P.
'Bernhard hav'e - Opened an extensive assort
ment of new clothing at No. 105, Market
street—Kunkel's 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 •
Horn Filet COUPANY.-A stated meeting of
tho'Hope Eke Company will be, held on Fri
day evening, (19th inst.,) at their Hall. All
the active, honorary and contributing mem
bers are requested %o attend, including those
who have already enlisted in the United States
service, as business of great importance :will
be brought before ithe meeting. Let every
member attend. td
PARKER Houas, a colored man from Bel-
Aair, Harford county, Md., arrived in Hatris
burg yesterday, and is anxious to have Henry
Hollis, or Harriet and Ellen Hollis, to call for
him. He can be found at the Capitol ground
at any time. The party formerly belonged to
John Magnus, of Bel-Mr, Md. Persons
knowing of the whereabouts of Henry, Har
riet or Ellen will confer a favor by informing
them of these facts.
AYPORTIONMEMT BELL.—Mr. Schofield has
on exhibition in the House of Representatives
a map of the boundaries of the new 15th Dis
trict. It is a curiosity. In length it extends
from the junction of Nicetown Lane and the
Lamb Tavern road to the river Delaware, and
in extreme width from the Richmond boun
dary line to Master street. But there are no
two points at which it is either the same
length or the same width. It has twenty
seven acute angles, and in shape more nearly
resembles this' outlines of a very lean b.orse
than any other animate or inanimate objeot.
It is formed of patches of four different wiirds,
of short strips of narrow country, of long
dashes of agricultural country, and of sections
in which probably none of the residents have
a remote idea of the district to which they are
The man who undertakes to make a canvas s
before the October election will require a
corps of surveyors, and abetter map of the
city than has yet been published. The dis-.
trict comprises the Ist, 4th, sth. 9th and 10th
divisions of the ,Nineteenth ward, the 3d and
11th of the Twentieth, the Ist and 9th of the
Twenty-first, and the sth and 6th of the
Pszszwrerrox.—The citizens of the Sixth
ward, Harrisburg, desirious of expressing
their approbation of the manner in which G.
B. Cole, •Alderman, and Harry Radabaugh,
Constable of said ward, have discharged. their
duties as officers of the law, concluded to pre
sent them with a testimonial of their rQspect
and esteem. Accordingly on Saturday even
ing last the committee called a meeting at the
public house of John Stemler, when Wm.
H. Bohl, Esq., was called to the chair, Sam
uel Rank, Esq., Alex. M'Clintock, John stem
ler and George Hickman chosen as Vice
Presidents, and Wm. Given, Jackson Ifum
mellbaok and Michael Bengler appointed Sec
retaries. The President stated the obj ect of
the meeting, after which Mr. Rank, chairman
of the committee, arose, and in an eloquent
and appropriate speech, presented Alderman
G. B. Cole with a splendid revolving chair,
and Harry . Radabaugh with a handsomo silver
badge of office. This address was responded
to by Messrs. Cole and Radabaugh in a Lim
ner worthy of men in higher positions in .life.
Atter partaking of refreshments, speeches
were delivered, toasts given and several na
tional odes sung. A resolution was unani
mously adopted, ordering the proceedings of
the meeting to be published in the daily viz.-
pars of Harrisburg. The meeting then_ aki
journed, all being highly pleased with the
evening's entertainment. OFFICERS.
GRAND BELL—First Class Entertainment—
Great Attraction.—The people of Harrisburg
will to-night have an opportunity of attend
ing an entertainment such as has never been
witnessed here, and - we have no doubt the
manager of the Theatre will be liberally re
munerated for his exertions to place before
our citizens the Oust-class dramas, as they are
perfOinied in the great cities of the country.
This •evening the bill comprises the great
drama ; entitled FANCHON, THE thirexirr, which
abounds in the most thrilling scenes ever
witnessed by an audience, including the
Shadow Dance, and a great number of tab
leaux that defy description. Miss Fanny B.
Price, 'the Queen of Tragety, will appear as
Fancier" a character that she hart sustained
ia a manner that has won ,for her the most
extravagant laudations of the , best critics.—
Messrs. Rouse and Meeker wit appear as the
Twin Brothers; Miss Nellie Sprague as Old
Fadet, the Witch of Cone; and Mr. Alex.
Fisher as Father Barbeaud. ; The occasion
has been set apart for the I\mnefit of Miss
Fanny B. Price, and we have no doubt that
the cri:pacious hall will be filled to ovorlliiiw
ing. Go to Bannvart's and lsecure a heat
Last night the Star Companit drew anottair
full house, and all present were delighted
with the Foundling of Faris, i.vhizth was -xerl
formed in, grand style. Har,chett, fully
tamed his reputation as a Star, a s " did also
Miss Price, while allthe oilier minibers.of
the troupe appeared to be perfectly Ott home
in the various rams.
. A Few Goon Men
Will yet be taken in the VERBERE GUARDS.
The Company is full to the minimum, but is
desirous of filling to the maximum. Mn 44 are
mustered in, clothed, subsisted and receii , e all
local bounty immediately after enlistment,
and can credit themselves where they please,
so as to secure the highest cash bounties.--
Call at the WALNUT STREET EXCHANGE,
G. WASHINGTON FENN, Captain.
Jew IL BM; Orderl7 Sergeant. 2t
tau special attention of persons
daughters to educate is invited to the adc er
tisement of Susquehanna Female College; 16";
cated at Selinsgrove, Fa. As an educational
institution it - has no superior. Its principal,
Bev. S.:Domer, is so Well-known as to render
it unnecessary for us to say anything further
than that he is just the man for the place. A
thorough education can be obtained at this
College, while many advantages are afforded
that are seldom found in such institutions.
Valuable Stock of Goods for Sale
The undersigned, wishing to dispose of his
entire stock of Groceries, Queensware,
for the purpose of entering the United States
service, offers it for sale on reasonable terms.
Persons desiring to examine the stock can do
so by calling soon, at the corner of State and
Filbert streets. A. B. M'FADDEN.
- The Best Way to Avoid the Draft
Enlist in the new infantry regiment now
forming for one yeties service. $425 local
bounty, $lOO Government bounty. Serve with
your friends and neighbors in a company of
your own choice. Recruits will immediately
upon enlistment be mustered into the United
States service, and receive subsistence' and
clothing. Recruiting office at the Court
Houte, Harrisburg, Pa.
JOHN T. ENSMINGER, Captain,
Late Lieut. Co. A, 12714 Reg. P. V.
WILLIAM J. ADAMS, Mustering Officer.
Lochiel Grest One Years Service.
A few more men wanted to fill up this or
ganization. $3BO to 480 local bounty paid, $lOO
Government, making $4BO bounty. Men will
go to camp and draw uniforms as soon as
mustered in. Rally men, and avoid the com
ing draft. Headquarters, Walnut street be
tween Third and Fourth streets, Harrisburg,
Pa. W. A. DEAN,' Capt.
Lients. Theodiare G. Thomas, ;Recruiting
Officers. • au9-tf •
200th Regiment Pennsylvania Volun
teers for One Year's service is filling up very
fast. All officers recruiting for this regiment
will put the No. of the regiment (200th) on
the enlisting papers and rolls: Clol. Divan,
late Maj. of the Penna. Reserve*, will com
mand and lead the regiment to the field, and
a more brave and competent officer never en
tered the service. All information concern
ing tho regiment can be obtained by calling
on or addressing Z. Orem, Recruiting Officer,
Regimental Headquarters, on Third street,
adjoining Her 's Hotel, Harrisburg, Pa.
Recruits Wanted for the Daily
Term of Service, One Year. Highest Bounties
Peticl. A few more men are wanted. The
officers are men of experience. Call; at the
recruiting rendezvous, White Hail HoteL
Capt JOHN T. MORGAN,
anlo-tf Ist Lieut. W. O. SHIT&
For the . "First City Zouaves." Term amen.
vice .one year. The highest cash bounty
paid, in addition to 8100 government bothity.
Call at company Headquarters—Exchange
Building (up stairs,) Walnut Street, Harris
burg, Pa. JNO. B. BITZER, Captain.
For the .cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis-
eases, &0., are specially recommended to
ministers, singers and persons whose vacation
calls them to speak in public. ManufaCtured
only by C. A. Batuivart tt• Co., Harrisburg,
Pa-, to whom all orders should be addressed.
gold druggist every Where.
wi the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen: • -
Hanuasor.o, Feb. Bth, 1864.
O. L BANNveaT---Dear Sir: I nave use d
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozenges
and otheit preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in comparison 'With them
all, can cheerfully commend :your OM as a
most admirable speoille for public - speakers
and singers, in oases of hearsenek, cou,ghs
and colds. I have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually.
Yours truly, T. FL BOYONSON,
`Pastor of N. B. Presbyterian Chwch.
pi I-I agree with Kr. Robinson as to' the
value of Batuavart's Troches.
W. 0. CIATTeIidA,
Late Pastor of 0. B. Presbyterien - Ohurch. -_
Emus/tun% dan., 1664.
To O. A. BiimvAirr 7 --.Dear Sr: In th habit
of srakil.:s very frequently, and in places
whe re th e v c lad organs are very much • taxed,
I have found it . 2e need ef some gentle expecto
rant,, and th a t wig has b een supplied m your
I consider them Very fixr giperior to any
Lozenges that I have 6 Ter used, , removing
speedily that huskiness ..)f-the:voice
pig from its too frequent use, An 4 imPain9; at
effectiveness of the delive.7 of Pub* ee. -
dresses. Youis, "
Pastor of the Locust St. KethiaVet oliarch.
To 0. A. Berm,Alm--.Dear Eff,r:' Waving USK
your Troohes, I am free to say they are
the best I have ever tried and' take great
pleasure in recortuniuilding thein to all persons
afflicted with sore_ throat or huiltiness of
voice arising from public spes4agor singing.
Yours, &c., la G. 'RAKESTRkWs
Pastor of Badge Avenue Methodist
Derrinor Arraintur's OFFHIM, I
Feb. 29,1.864.! y
To C. A. Berno - anz—Dear Sir: I have
found your 'Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthentm the
muscles of the throat. They itnpart elear4efig *
to the voice, and arnsel**7 of
fit to all public speakers. .III.IERK
itun ar srii m a li til are! .Ire!. ,-
*oil*, reniitil, Back Pay, BOI* IOO . 030 A Mill pe fa g r.
and War Ohdrokisenerah made o °o./. • crane
sons residing at is di i = i 7 #74? .... en
ROM/ bY mid 4 by ': • • , ;.". 4 : . ) La
, - .
BUG . k.
erbdly Tift,.l Arlan. ,
A CARD TO THE BUFFERING.
- - -
giii.L'ow two or three hogsheads of "Ruche.,"
Bi t i en o - f.tßorsaparWa," "Nervous Antidotes," as, acc.
&0., end agar ;zoo are. satisfied with the .result, tlien.t4f
one box of OW ORCTOR BUCHAN'S ZNGLIBB, SPECI
PIC PILLS- , and be izetored to health 'and vigor in less
than thirty days. They ize.pnrely vegetable. pleasant to
Ake, prompt and salutary in their assisted Atte broken
down and shatteredconatitution. Old and young can take
them with advantage. Imported' a_ndlioldli the United
States only by JAS. a .BUTLRB4
No. 437 Broadway, Now ; Tork.
IfirAgenti for the United Slates.
P. B.—A Box of the MB, securely k'patiked, will be
mailed to any address ou receipt of pica, which la ONE
DOLLAR, post-paid—money refencied by the Agent if
entire satisfaction is not given. iyl6-flawOm
A WORD TO THE .WIISE.
Thine 13 no need of any palm baying Me Dysentery
for one day. All I mit of the public is to try my Dyson.
tory Drops; only 2b cents a bottle. It Livery *pleasant to
take; can be given to a &lid of any age with great confi
dence. IC I has cared very bad cams, mid. also of long
standing, tin Indeed worth trying. tla:,_e!id sold
only by YM. L. BA South Pine street,
EINTOR Or I'ILEGRAPH:
Dear Sir: —With your permlision I wish to say to the
readers af your paper that I will send, by return mail, to
MakWm - a uslng:iiiiicripli - ViWillTB`Bahat, - that - will ef
fectually remoVe in. lend* Pimples, Blotches, Tan,
Freckles, and all Tmpurithie or the Skin, lcaring the Rune
soft, clear, smooth and bcautifuL
I will also mall free to those having Bald Heads or Bare
Faces, simple dirk — lions and Information that will enable
them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair, Whiskers,
or a Moustache,lniess than thirty days.
1111 applications answered by return mail without
charge. - . - Aespectfully yours,
THOS. F. CHAPILAN, Chemist,
jyl6-d&w3m 831 Broadway, New York
PURE,.. VEGETABLE TONIC.
TOE most ltealthy persons feel more or less
weak this extreme warm weather, and lose their v.
petite. They need a good strong Tonic—one that Will
strengthen the iIerSOLIS system and stomach. This they
can get at 60centt per botde, at lira L. Ball's, No.x,
South moo street ELartisburg. Orders from a diedgre
promptly site:Aki' augl
DO YOtf - iVliiii TO BE CURED!
DR. BUCHAN'S ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS cure, in
less than 30 deyd,'"the Egmt cases of NERVOUSNIES,
Impotency, premature Bracey, Seminal Weakness, Insan
ity and all Urinary, Sepal and Nervous Affections, nti
mAter from what cause produced. Price, One Dollar per
box. Sent, pcd;paid, ht... mail, on receipt of an order: ,
One Box will perfect the cure in most cases. Address •
JAMES S. BUTLER,
jyls.d&w3m General Agent, 429 Broadway, N. Y.
SELLING of Sa' er Goods at low prices,
such as Sdifester Dri'int Goods. T.awns Sun Umbrellas,
Lace Shawls, and Summer We have also , on
hand a very iargeossortmect of Muslin; Calicos,'Gling
hams, Stockings, Handker,Juiefs, Black edits, Plaid Silks,
White oAmbritv., Cadres ed French Cambric; White and
Colored Flannels, and in fact an assortment of dry goods
not surpassed Wanly. To all of which we invite those
who wish to pillthase, and promise to sell at leas'prices
than we can replace them for again. As all kinds of dry
goods are advancing every day, now is the time to buy.
jylB S. LEurr.
_ "A Slight Cold? , Coughs.
Few are aware of the importance of Cl:Locking a Cough
or "SLITEIT VOLD" in its first stage; that which ID doe be
ginning would yield to a mild remedy, if negleeted t soon
attacks the lungs. "Brown's Bronchia! Trochesi , , give'
sure and almost immediate relief Military Officers and
&Were should have thcas, as they can be carried in the
pocket and taken as occasion requires. augled&WlM
Northern Central Railway.
Tiolalt.lo XOTIQB 4 herellifig#66ll
FitaStfriiii/ELOSIGE. de actibtaiL lithho follow
nig list remains unclaimed in the Warehouse of the
Northern Central Railway Company, at Harrisburg. Con
signees are hereby nonacid to come forward, pay charges,
and take their property away, or the same will be sold
according to law. , J. N. DU HARRY, Gent Supt.
Gesssac Nuegru.4relskWr'B OFFICE,
Acucar 15, 1861. I
No 1, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 145, one
NO 2, Elmira and Itarrialurz filagclt 20 one box; Lieut
WNo 3, liAltimore an/ Harrisburg check 20, one liox
No 4, no caeck, one box, J Hermit, Lookport, Niagara
No 5, no check, one bolt, Lteut A Scott, Harrisburg
No a. no amt owls:rig millunta
No 7, no chiek, , onetel; Jacob Weaver, Pittsburg
No . B, rio ' , cheek,' one•togritembeit 7arlitsBW,
No p , no chock, fair leather trunk, de
No 10, no check, one box, Capt Pninips, Harrisburg
No 11, no check, black trunk, S S J, lit Joseph'. acade
/so 12, no check, fair loather trunk, no marks
No 13, 110 check, fair leather trunk, Capt Lyman. Her
No 14, no check, black lea'her trunk, no marks
No 15, no check, bled: leakier trunk no marks,
No 16, no check, one box, Joo McGee, Harrisburg
No 17, no check, one box, Geo L Stephens, Harrisburg
No 18; no atteckewne boX, Newport Matto*, P..tt It
No 111, nothor4r, one box, Daniel Sobieoni thiladelphia
No 20, anicheek,• black trunk, JDO Gemmel, Lowts-.
town, ea - t
No 21, Danville and Harrisburgcheck 512,•fairloatier
trunk, Wnt HBarber, .11ititol„ - Pa
No a. 2, no chea,k, iiiscentr task! net minim
No 23, no check., talaahmikontrazdt; Stott,: licintat
ville, tibio -4 • orof 11'`1,4
No 24, no check, ink leatimetrunk, , Lbee McDaniel
N 0.25, no cto.nk, Juivolzirunkoliarab -
Naige, no check, blaitle"lannln : G .S Angill, Wmghamp
ton N Y • - -5;•
No 21, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 92, fair
leather valise, no marks
No 29, Baltimoro and Harrisburg check 655, fairleather
valise, no marks
No 39, no check, fair leather valise, no marks
No bO, no check, Mack trunk, Jno E Monroe, Laucas
-1110 31 , no check;one iox,liTehdOiTrimp, Allentown
No 32, no cneck, ono box, no marks
No 33, Scranton and Hari isburg check 259, one box -
No 34, no check, one box, Mrs black, Prosperity, Pa
No 35, no check, one box, Henry Will, Beading
NA 30, no;cheek, Antigavino,nstoks • - • Li- '
No 37, no check, ba. b of saddles, no marks:,
NoM, no ,check, eaddle,AggiatinspEnguner portage
Agatha, P.-A< • f I
N 069, no.cliecki black.bag,,umassacks:
140.40 , - Ivic 4 44,bisittittig,sAbiotfor.Wr, Harrisburg
No 44149 cueoka - blaokewislnotuarlat
. No 42, no check, black brig, no marks
No 43, no cluck, black bug , no marks
No 44, no check, black bag, J Shadie, Jersey Shore; Fa
No 45, Williamsport and Harrisburg cneck 36, black
bag, no marks
No 46, no check - , black bag, no Mark s
No 48, no chick, carpet bag, no marks
No 49, no aback, saudie, no marks
Nu 50, no check, bag, no marks
No 51, no chtck, one box, no marks
No 52, no check, one box, no marks
bas no check,. hat.boxi no marks
N 064. no check, fair leather trunk; no marks •
Flemiug, one bund.e thills
A L Babcock4.l bdier rope.- , • ' • •
..!N Fraser, eleven barrels nuts • ,
P.A"Usherr, six Corn - buskers . •
EGlllrerl, one barrel imnillatora - I" •' -
Nelson Bryne & Co, two boxes bitters
8 BarirJer, one box hardware • •
Hawkins, one granite block
Nicholas & B , one box randries
J.Aksti* ono borreklW o buXestlyi„;
tiiiis - Hicliok, one box hardware
No consignee, 204 brick, no marks •
No consignee. small box no marks
No consignee, 41 sneers iron, no marks
No consignee, package indigo • ,
, one box merchatitlise,;Daild„Til Eder,
risburg. '• • n au,gl6,4W
FI 1A5,,..11iy I A s,,..11iy A y
.414 . 11 g:
LADIES' HAIR NtTSi and
.. , :dIEAD , DRESSES
-..,...s • '
FRENCH LACE, and
;irj ; ;:: :TISSUE ;VEILS,' ETC.,
AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES.
and secure great bar
rerYbodYPt."l9 ld :c ll :qAT.k. mAyEß 4 ,
\ IA; of 33 . 11111 qt 'Street:
• •r Paovcer Biltuntolik Gnaw
14th Thema, FIEMEITLVAVIA. •
HAILUMBURG, Aug 1, 1864:.
OF this District is now engaged in revising
and correcting the lists of persons enrolled as liable
IQ din/Mart fluty:
Persons who may be Improperly en the roll on Recount
NON. Rag /Didr/Yrtv
CSSUIPAELENESS OP AGE, • -
- 144NAMSYWIRairA4E47..P.IISFRIOAL &SAME
11:4YING.E.EiVERAirp YEARS IN THE PRE
' SENT WAR, - --
should promptly APPEAR REBORE THE BOARD, prove
the same and have their names atriken from the list ...Any
citizen who has a knowledge of any one having escaped
enrollment, 'and who is liable to military duty, or of any
one who has artiv‘d at the age of twenty years Maenad)
enrollment of 1363, or of any who have declared their in
tentions to became citizens, are earnestly invited to com
that such pe any be placed on the ha the rs *rmation to the Board of Botroilment,
is theipterest and duty of every enroll* citizen
to sea that altybrChave been improperly uEIZT&D
from the MS slißuld be added thereto
Sant is the iroptiiitive duty of all citizens to see that
Persons dtallettht any sub-district, and Wang to Mr",
are ARRIIB7I/0 and brought before the Board 01 .11n
rollinewt. The sub-district IS charged with the duty of
thrnishing its Au Rots.
JNO. KAY CLEMENT,
atia., Pro. Mar. and Pres% of Board,
CHAS. C. RAWN,
Commissioner or t h e Hoard.
& T. CHARLTON,.
agg.am 4srgeos of the Board.
NEW ADV ERTISE NEWTS.
U. A. l-3.0 _ LOAN.
SecreterY4the reasury gives iiiftlee
that subeetiptimisivill be received for Con
pon Treasury Notes, payable three years from
August 15th, 1484, with semi-annual interest
at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent
per annum 7 prinoipal andinterest both to be
paid in lawful money;
These notes *ill be convertible at the option
of the holder at maturity into sixper cent.
gold bearing bonds, payable not lese_than five
nor more than - twenty years- from- their date,
as the Govefhtrient mar eOct. - They will be
issued in denominations of $O, - . .;$100, $5OO,
$l,OOO and $5,000, and all subacuptions must
be for fifty dollars or some multiple of lifty
The,notes will be transmitted to the owners
'tree :.off transportation charges as soon after
the receipt of the original Certhicates 'of De
posit as they can be preparal •
As the notes draw interest from . August 15,
persons .making deposits -subse4prent to that
date itoi# pay the interest accrued from date
of note date of, deposit. -
- Parties depositing twenty-Ave thousand dol
lars and upwards for these notes at any one
time will'" e allowed e., commission of one
quarterpf -one. per cent., which will be paid
by theTreagury Department upon the receipt-
Of a till for the - amount, Cartited• to by the
officer With whom the' deposievhia Made. No
deductions for commissions must be . made
from the deposits.
Special Advantages of this Loan.
Ix IS A. Nazrortat Samos BMW, offering a
higher rate than any other, and best security.
Any savings bank which payi its depositors
in t. S. Notes, compels that it is paying
in the best cireab.tingmedium of the country,
and it cannot pay in- anything better, for its
own assets are either in governamint securities
or in notes or bonds payable in government
It iS equally convenient as a temporary or
permanent investment, The notes can al-,
ways be. sold for Within a fraction of their
face and ateurdukted intermit, and are the
best security wifhtitidos as collaterals for dis
Convertible into a 6 per Cent. i-20 Gold Bond.
In addition to the very liberal interest on
the notes for, three years, this privilege of
"conversion is liow worth about three per cent.
per annum, la the current rAte for 5-20 Bonds
is not less than nine per cent. premium, and be
fore the war the premium on six per cent. U.
S. stocks was :over twenty per cent. It will
beacon that theractual profit on this loan, at
the present market rate, is not less than ten
per cent. per annum.
Its Esnaptfit from State or Municipal
But aside from all the advantages we have
enumerated, a special act of Congress exempts
all bonds and Tatasury notes from local taZatiO7t.
On the averageirthis exemption is worth about
two per cent. - per annum, according to the
rate of taxation in various parts of the country.
It is beliered that no securities offer so
great inducemnits to lenders as those issued
by the Govenipient. In all other forms of
indebtedness, the faith or ability of private
parties, or stock companies, or separate com
munities, only:, is pledged for payment, while
the whole property of the country is held to
secure the discharge of all the obligations of
the United. States..
• While -the GOverneeferit offers the most
liberal terms for its loans, it believes that the
very strongest appeal will be to the loyalty
and patriotism of - theipeople
Sonsdiumoss num ss awn - nt by the
Treasurer of the United States; at Washing
ton. the several Assistant Treasurers and
designated Depositaries, and by all the Na
tional banks wig& are depositaries of public
money, and eta reapectable banks and bankers
throughout the country will give further in
formation and afford every facility to sub
- • - - •WANTED. -
AitOLERK thoroughly acquainted with tail
ary business. tine haviug good refe.ence as to
cnantelet and quantization canakely personally or by let
ter, to" DaLIEN, Captain,
at Recruiting Rendezvous, OLD MOLICLVDENOS ktotlas, Lo
cust street, Harrisburg.' augll-30
10VANTED1-,Three a four .HOTJSE CAR
vir PRNTEES. _Apply to SiBLE,
augifidlif " vorner•siriu and Walnut streets.
ACHILD'S NU for a girl to do general
house work in a small family. Must bring good
rewmmendationa Either will hoar of a good piece by
inggides iauMing OFFICE.
,A LIEUTENANT with a few men. For
further partlotidell taqulre of Capt. Dealt. Otticet
tr want street, betwouVrhird , arid. Fourth streets, where
Ile tugoest. local bouutrispaid to volunteers augl2-tf
tint . • .
WINTED—An shed or
iude,Cutta__ Particulars enquire ss
Cottage, or. Vert of a furmOhed or u f ran s iau he ad d
AHOUSE containitg sor 6 rooms for a
=all tangly. Leave 1111'0°11am at this office. Rent
paui in advance monthly, if required. anB-tf
A PRAOTICALA BAR-TENDER. Apply at
the saloon ender liertls Hotel. jr29-cltf
TATANTED; TO RENT—An unfurnished
if room, within flea minutes walk of the 'post Or
AOC. Andress Box 300, Post. Mee, auag4.4lll
WANTED—At $1.50 per Month.—We want
a reliable Canvasser in every county. We have
agents maktog 5150 per month *lien we will prove to
any doubting applicant Address
JONES BROS. St CO.,
:Ily2Etlni Baltimore, ltd.
SALES OF REAL ESTATE.
.ON SEPTEMBEIrIffi, 1864,. - .
subscribers, *gents for the heirs of
‘ rodericit-,Wonderly i ien- i , late. of Mechanicsburg,
In.,dec'd, will Cell oirtherfeendgestas following valuable
tract of.LimesCone Lama containing ar acres said 08
phichist, all clear,-1n a Mitt state or cultivation and under
good fencing, located in silver spring township, Cumoer
land county, Pa., two miles West or atechaniQhurg, near
theroadlemung holm that place to Carlisle. The improve
ments are a good •
Twv-srvar Rous t % A 0001) BANK BARN;
wagon stied, crib; and all other necessary ontbtuld
into. There are also two wells of never-failing water on
the farm, one ofewhitah Am near _the door; an orchard of
choice trait, and a limekiln on the premises. The land
hss been all limed. The proximity of this property to
the allorPifeing lownii'llictunlicaburg, always lidording
an excellent market for the products of the We; renders
it highly desirable.
At ttheleunc lime and place, a tract of Mountain Land,
situated in dieter spring township, Cumberland county,
containing 10 acres and 14 perches, easy of AMOK
Persons desiring to view the property previous to the
sale will please eau on George Wonderly, residing on the
man, or:W. Wonderly, raiding in Mechanicsburg.
Sainte commence at 2 o'clock, e. m. when terms will
.be made known by • MPAMMIE WuNDEKLY,
Agents for the heirs - of J"..F.'Wenderly,,decid.
the undersignea offer sale a lot with
houses: erected theron, in tne borough of
Daepnin, on the elainkober, at 3p. st. Terms to
Mot purchasers. sate to tame Owe as the hon.,. of C.
ithettea. A di It. GEIGER.
41 4 1 14 6 : 4 **.:P1 : 71'
_ Private bale.
IiALETABLE Efintnaky., Black gawk
zoiL Home 4 owenst toroth:, Se is ave. yearn old, Rio
riding or 'driving, perieotlygentle, and will make an ex
&coot feruily horse. For particulars enquire of
D. HOFFMAN, Franklin Houma,
aisle. t* tst Giutoiss, atpmp Qartin,
BRANT'S HALL. BRANT'S HALL.
rsnt !min or
Souse's Star Combination Company,
Souse's star _ Coinbination Company,
Souse's Star Combhuttion Company,
Fifth appearance of the rep itutd-lleautlfbl
MISS FANNY Et.:. PRIM;
In the Beautiful Brutal,
FANCHEON THE CRIC,KET.
ON FRIDAY EVSN:NO, AUG. 19th.
• irrll lll2 ror
4 either pi:Metall; see programme
THIRD WEEK OF THE
CONTINENTAL COMBINATION COWANY )
ON MONDAY. JULY 25, 1884.
rpms company consists of the bast star per
.1 Conners, consisting of
The manager takes pleasure in annoaniing that they
intend making this THE Concert Hall of the city.
HARRY WELL & CO., Proprietors.
Buss Polemic, Business Agent., iy23-412t
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRD.
Leader of Orchester.....
Neyery night `with a first -etaes Com
pany of male and female artistes. The perform•
awe embnees every variety of legitimate amusement,
00111 C OPERAS,
BURLESQUES, Alp JESTS.
Admission, 26 cents. Seats in private boxes 50 cents.
Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock. jyladtf
A Few More Men Wante.ii
TO fill np.Captain Miles' Company. • Head
quarters at' the COURT HuUSE, Harrisburg, Pa.
New Infantry Regiment.
ORE YEAR'S SERVICE.
HIGHEST LOCAL BOUNTIES,
EORITITS can be mustered in, subsist
ed and clothed immediately after their enlistment.
Recruiting office in Third street near Market, Mar
Audit 9, 1864. aul6-1a -
J. WELSI?" AWL.
Recruits Wanted for One Year!
THE officers are men who have seen ser
vice. The Captain is a graduate of the crieurated
Government Military School ac Sc. Cyr, in Fiance, and
has a rved seven years in the French army., , tt,s
for his bravery in six battles, viz : Montebelo, Mastro,
Tubigo, Melegnegno, Magenta and &Vertu°.
The Sigh* Bounty paid to Jibrorvitr, and no advantage
Too Bur...rutting Renoir ,. ous, on LOCUST STREIT, at the
OLD motrivr VERNON DOUSE, opposite the Feresle
P. DAMN, Captain.
Rirriminvers :—Brig. Gen'! Clusareta, New .York city ;
Brig. Genii Duffey, Commanding Cay. Div. Worm. Vir
ginia; nob. Penn, Harrisburg. [auglG-lw
DRAFTED MEN, SUBSTITUTES,
115 South Seventh St., Secondfloor, Room No. 10
aii- Draftod Men from fib:. City or any part of the
State will be [druidical with .nstitutes at abort notice,
and on liberal terms.
sir Men Enlisting, either as Substitutes or Volunteers,
will receive the mpg, bounties, which will be prig to
them in cash as soon as mustered In.
Agitate will be liberally paid at this Office.
COL. A. A. mteamt:
$5OO iv?PoilTy.ir Ai l ent r ut ° , ll re &: l innted 'a ia a t e eT;
and paid cash down $4OO. Come gingty, or it squads.
Any parson broiling 20. men wlit be commialioned a
Second Lieutenant; 25 men a First Lieutenant; 40 men a
The above will be executed to the letter. Apply to
Col. A. A. LECHLER,
Headquarters, eti Mental' at., Phila.
Eleeftd *and Valuable
la of more general insettail aglity
than any invention now Wore the
public. It has been thorqughly tested
during the last two yearn ,j practical
men, and prononacat to be
- SITPBRIOI4 TO A IT I'
Applicable to 0
adhesive Preparations known.
atisoit's lissoz.mum Gloom is a new
♦ ziew thhig.
• • and the leech of years of
itedif; iht einebination is on
And under no "eireamstanote
change of temperature, MU it be.
, mew corrupt or omit any OIRCOMMI
BOOT AND RUQE
Ifitonfacturers using Machines, will
and it the best article known as
Cementing for the a= It works
without daily, is not by any
& n age of sempisraMlie.•
Boot sad Shoe Mu
Will and it euttleiently , adbeeive tor
their use, as has been proved.
. Itspeciar* Airogykd Jo Lailliet
And we claim re espicial met%t,
that% sticks Patches itiv:lloota and
ihoest sallittently . strong suttees
LIQUID (YE' M
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aihtal that in a care thing for used.
And winded or ncaithe i tou s wz
lfrisori's Iva% must Csaiorr
Is isa hquid form anii as easily ap
plitid as peak
Erract's Inottrsas Curses
Ta insoluble in water or oil
Emirs% ItisozAtscA Cart
Adheres oily substances
• • Si i i irak4o• l from anteat er. lian tond
BILTOILBROIt At ca,
• ' foridatoP, L
....J. H. DONNELL
a bt the only
LAJNG 4 *tairNAL