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11AR111 - ,BURG, PA
Tuesday Evening . , May 5, 1863
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
NOTICE.—The lovers of Si ring lamb should
call at Casey's stall, in the market, tc-morrow
morning. Ile:will Lave a fine lot on hand. Ito
PLAITING Coax.—During the last few days
the furriers of this region, have been busily
engaged in planting their crop of corn. We un
derstand that a large crop will, be planted dur•
ing the present spring.
Cuuneu ROBBERS.—From the accounts in our
exchanges, we learn that churches are being
robbed in all directions. There must be a regu
larly organized gang prowling around the coun
try, gracelefs scamps, who endeavor to mend
their fortunes by robbing churches. Some of
these parties recently stole two surplices from
the Trinity Lutheran Church in Lancsater city.
FATAL ACCIDENT —A Woman Burnt to Death.—
Last Monday, April 27th, the wife of Mr. John
Jones, residing in West Cocalico township,
Lancaster township, while engaged in preparing
dinner, accidently set fire to her clothing. She
immediately cried out for help, but before assis
tance came, she wag burnt in a most shocking
manner. She lingered in the greatest agony
until Friday last, when she calmly sink into
the arms of death.
A T&MPTIFQ PILE of GOLD. —A wealthy old
bachelor, wbo recently died in the upper end
of Dauphin county, informed one of his friends
that he had several thousand dollars in gold,
which he bad concealed in blocks of wood
stored away in his goret. The money has since
been counted by his executors and is said to
present a tempting aspect in contrast with the
paper currency of the present day.
LOort OLD FRIEND, Ssmuel H. Clark, for many
years a resident of this city, and at present the
editor of the Medina tribune, a leading Itepubli
;A:an paper of the State of New York, has been
appointed Commissioner of the Congressional
district in which he lives, to act in conjunction
with the officers to make the coming draft.—
We rejoice at this recognition of the worth and
ability of a true map and unwavering patriot;
and we know that the announcement of his
appointment will elicit much satisfaction among
the numerous friends of Mr. Clark in this city.
Linos ASSEMBLAGE.—The spring communion
of the Lutheran congregation at Shoop's
church, under the pastoral care of the Rev. G.
J. Marts, was held on Sabbath last, and was
attended by a very large concourse of people.
The services of the occasion were conducted in
the German and English language, and were
solemn and intereati-g. The number of
communicants was larger than on any previous
occasion for many years, indicating anin
creasing interest on the subject of, religion,
and an encouraging degree of irosperityin the
Tas Buns OF firma.—During the past
week, the Goddess of Nature has rapidly been
decking herself in the beautiful vernal robes of
spring. In the rural districts the scenery is pe
culiarly attractive and lovely. The fields and
meadows aro already decked with a covering of
deepest green, interspersed wish swelling buds
and opening flowers ; the opening blossoms of
a thousand trees delight the eye with various
tints of coloring, end scent the passing breers
'with their sweet perfume ; the tuneful bird. of
spring are carolling their sweetest notes in the
groves and forest, filling the eye with delight
and the soul with melody, and raising the'
heart of man from the contemplation of nature
up to nature's God.
llmozrztoti or THE DAUPHIN COUNTY REGLIKRiT.
—We made allusion in our morning edition,
to-day, to the duty of entering into some`arn
zagement looking to the proper reception of
the 127th Regiment P. V., Col. Jennings. Our
suggestions have thus early been responded to,
and now we are authorized to state by some of
our most active citizens, that a meeting will be
held in the Court House this evening, having
for its principal object the making of arrange
ments to receive our friends and fellow citizensi
the brave boys of the Dauphin County Regi
ment. We trust that every man who Ms a
friend irr the regiment or a regard for. his
country, will be present and lend his aid in
securing the success of Ihe purpose of the
13111JTAL ASSAULT UPON A SOLDIN.U.—A shame
kul and brutal.aseault was made upon a soldier
:bast ev el ,-ing, by a clerk in the employ of Major .
Lyon, named Mainly. It appears that a ,See
geant who w as c . ngaged in mustering service,
had called on Major
Lyon for his pay, when he
was informed by Eistly !hat he could not, pay
him because of some Inform; Uty in his pay
The Sergeant called on Capt. Dodge, command
lug at this post, and was sent by . 1 / 4 1 In to 0 2 9
paymaster, with inattuctions that he (Capt:'
Dodge) would be responsible for any inforl'unli - ,
ty, when Rielly became inoenscd, assailing ti
soldier with a heavy iron hammer, inflicting
serious wounds on the front and the back
bis head, which bled: , protbiely. The soldier
made no resistance. He dicl'itiot fiiiinMlurn a
blow of his assailant, though he'Was ffysically
able to "hold him out," and keep hirn,there
until he froze or sweltered. iraetly.wesLhound
over to answer at court. -
—We will just add_ that if. Alijox- Lyon im L
tends to keep a olericnrferne to beat soldieriN
with hammers who have business with his, of=
Tice, the men. who do the fighting for their
country will big beinpetled to dowsne'fightingi
for their pay in Harrisburg.
AN HOUR AMONG THE SOLDIERS GRAVES.-
e fine weather has no more beautiful effect
env where than that which is produced by the
hca balmy atmosphere of spring among the
;rave. In the cemetery, summer is shedding
its ho.iest beauty, and, assisted by the hand of
affection, is decking graves in flowers and per
fumery distilling vines. On Sunday last we
visited the Harrisburg Cemetery, where we no
ticed many people watching by the graves of
those they loved in life and now mourn in
death, while others were lingering among the
tombs, some laughing gaily, indulging In jests
illy fitting the occasion or the locality, and ap
parently little dreaming that beneath the cold
sod they, too, some day would find a clayey
In the eastern corner of the cemetery a large
lot has been specially appropriated to the
burial of soldiers who died in the hospitals late
ly maintained In this city. Of these, there are
over eighty now buried in that locality. The
great majority of the graves aro unmarked;
the hard dry clay, baked and cracked by the
heat of the sun, makes the spot look sad and
dreary, and when one thinks of the fate of those
who rest there, how they went out earnest and
valiant in the cause Of freedom, and how they
were struck down by the minions of slavery, it
would seem as if their graves should at least'be
adorned as if their memories were regarded with
affection. All around where these warriors lie
thus neglected, are the monuments of the proud,
piercing the air in stately grandeur, and re
cording virtues in men and women now dead,
which never animated their souls while.living.
Bat such is the vanity and the ingratitude of
the world. To live, often is to struggle with a
hard fate—is to indulge in vice and become
steeped In crime—and to die ie.to find a grave
where memory is neglected, -or where unearn
ed fame is to be inscribed above man's resting
We made a note of the few graves in the
locality alluded to, that were marked, of which
the following is the description : '
Davm, son of Joshua and Barbara Ware, died
January 21,1863, aged 26 years, 2 months and
21 days—a native of Tenango county.
This is a very respectable tomb stone; evident..
ly erected by friends of the deceased soldier.
Immediately opposite is a grave marked by a
rude and decaying board, with this simple in
JACOB (I. Ssura died October 30, 1862.
The inscription was Put on with stencil,and is
roughly though kindly executed. Not far from
this is another board,also a mere broken pleee of
paling, with this simple name :
S. C. PARSONS.
Passing on by this grave, we noticed a
withered plant with a piece of paper attached,
lying on another grave close by. On examina
tion, the plant proved to be a decayed lily, and
on the paper appeared the name of "Miss Emma
Alice Graybill." It was a tonching tribute
to the dead, and withered as was that flower,
it bad a beauty to our eyes with which the
choicest exotic would fail to impress us. ' Who
knows but it was left there to exhaleits peifunte
on the gyave of this unknown soldier . by
one who adored his v.tlor while living, and
thus breathed out hrr love for her hero when
dead. Beyond this grave was one marked by ,
a rough braid on which appeared the name :
C. SINGLSR, died Nov. 28, 1861. a private of
Captain Chase's company, 67th P. V.
Off from this wan Ermarble stone on which
was engraved :
C. C. HAXVY--
without either the regiment or time of death of
Standing alone among a numixir of unmarked
graves is a stone with the inscription:
WISOONEEN REARB THIS STONE
In mown of
Of iiragg' &Rfle, 6th Beg. Wisconsin Volunteers.—
Who died at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, Pennsyl
vania, .August 18t, 1862.
Beside this elegant stone is the traitor's grave,
with a pine . board for monten,ent, on which
is tticlely ti aced the
42,1UrLY C. Clesre,...l3th Va. 901,
son,:Lewis county,; Va.
Then we have the grave of a loyalist thus
merited by some kind friend, :vrith a flue stone,
on Which is ineeritsxl : -
47 . _11.11111011.7 OY
Henry A Son: of Jahn and Jane annSpadesan .
:Died At 9,1862 paged 24 years, L.:mcoPthe
add, 26: days.. . '
He belonged to Company C., , E4h ..11egiment P.
Ant% head of, oncoFthetraves was - Jboard i
on whic,la '4O - .ollif..a.d,itit,.piede ofs,k:o:firi:'irid this
Wasooreketiwitb. common glass lig ht, seoinid
by putty on its four sides. On the ptipst !was
S. B. RifeIHARDSON, died Jan. [the date.was wash-.
ed out by the water running, beneath ithe
Wm] 1862. [Two other lines' were %Able,
-but so faded as to be illegible
& rebel's grave had a board to mark -it, on
which wo read the words :
WILLIAM Paraa--Qet. 4,1862 — Fulton, Ga., •
Ga., aged 24 years.
Aledg ,side lay - abother Giemoin, marked
alio by a board , ori'Whieh was carved only
E. S. I..—Ga
Then again a marble stone thus inscribed,
iSuMtmßflanonis, died Dee. 8 1861—iged 21
years and days. "
• - The last-grave we looked upon had but the
simple board for its monument, and over this
. isppeared: , ;
&marls() F.: - Smonum f ; Co.. D, "Beg. F.-V.,
died 'Deb, D, ]B62j,nzaicikeotmnti Pi.
-Qat of over eighty, gluier', these were: only
marked as'vre haVe • thus hurriedly -.described
thein; The rest will doubtless never be` marked.
In,ay4y . Short tiine'no one Mil know who re-
Tar beneath - the sod in that Future
e iiirrittens will only know that SoWo r 0, these
who fel : opposing tyranny iesethere; - arld will
nOiluthre 3enerationk also blush to think and
see the ingrattude with which they ;sere bu
ried? ThesegallAnt heroes Must rest rPthout
monument'tor so,mtrai evenae a board,te
ea names. And yet they rest. in glorious
kirivrO l isirriso of the Paxton are c Reny
Milirlielk9l4.Akit.l;*sem thii "Oneida ). eve`
inlikplatfothtiatle.otslock. Pei:letup] attend
Ante is requested.
WELCollitl.—The recent refreshing r.howelk.,
have been very refreshing to the earth, and
have riven a new impulse to the growth t f the
already rapidly developing vegetation.
AT AN ErAcrrox for siven Trustees for HarLis
Free Cemetery, held in the Colored Wesleyan
church, on the afternoon of May .4, 1863, the
following persons were elided to serve for
the ensuing two years, from the al.ove date :
Messrs. Curry Taylor, William Dorsey, Abra
ham Adore, Edward Bennet, Robert
Zachariah Johnson and Samuel M. Bennet.
Surants COURT of the Middle District of
Pennsylvania met in the Supreme Court Room
at the State Capitol, at three o'clock yesterday
afternoon. Chief Justice Lowrie and Associate
Justices Woodward, Thompson,. Reed - and
Strong . were present. R. E. Furguson officiated
as Prothonot try.
The following cases were argued, after which
the Court adjourned until nine o'clock this
Edward Demmy vs. Henry Haller. Error to '
Cumberland county. John C. Kunkel for plain
tiff; T. Watts for defendant.
John Shively et al. vs. David M. Black. Er
ror to Perry county. Submitted without argu
Te following cases were arguedtlilsmo.rniog
John Miller vs. David H. Long. Error to
Cumberland county. Shearer for plaintiff;
Newham for defendant.
Com. vs. Dennison Taylor, (Western District.)
Juliana Church vs. the Northern Central
Railway. Error to Cumberland. Williamson
for defendant; Watts for plaintiff.
Alex. Murdock et al vs. Lewis Steiner. Error
to Cumberland.. Watts for plaintiff ; Malcolm
and Penrose for defendant.
Jane 3l'Dowell vs. Wm. Addams", Samue
L. Addams, Miss Junkin ei al, appelles
Watts for plaintiff; Sharp for defendant.
Adjourned until 9 o'clock to-morrow morn
IMPROVNMENTEI IN vas Lowaa PAitT OF THE CITY.
—The valuable property, known as the old
Harris Mansion, and occupied recently as a
female college, is undergoing a thorough reno
vation, under the energetic Management of its
present Owner. FM' several weeks past workmen
have Green engaged on the building, removing
the wood work of the anterior, and demolishing
the entire back building which is to be replaced
by a nelar . Ono more In accordance• with the gen
eral plaly of the old. menden. When comple
ted,.tho improvements on the building and the
extensive grounds which surround it, will add
much to the value and beauty of the lower part
of the city.
Ws learn from the Southern newspapers that
the people of the rebellibui States are generally
giving their time _to the, cultivation of the
cereals, expecting a long war, and its attendant,
hardships. * ln - East Tennessee and Virginia
large cropii of wheat have been planted,, while
throughout the cotton districts of Alabama the
planters, are giving their undividedattentionlo
its cultivation. In North Carolina, it is said, the
wheat is in a highly flourishhiir conditibn, and
if the season should continue favorable, a large
harvest would be gathered. These signs would
seem to - indicate that the rebels 'do not antici
pate the speedelosing'of the war, which their
sympathisersln the North have striven to effect.
A STATE EDUCATIONAL COUViiiiroN:—During
the sbssion of the Convention of 'School Direc ,
tors in this city, yesterday, we met and con
versed with many of the ablest and most suc
cessful teachers of the county. By many of
these the suggestion was made and approved,
that a movement be made to secure the con
vening of a State ConventliM, for the purpose
Of eliciting disOhssion on the merits and present
system of education, and to. 001 forth myth
suggestions of reform as the experience or judg
ment of the teachers may dictate. The idea is
a good one, and the movement should at once
receive the attention of the teacherathrolghout
the Commonwealth, as one eminently practica
ble and worthy of support. bonventions are
held and Success thus secured for les; worthy
objects than education. - 10nr , common school
system is the pride and glory of ihose'.wleo can
justly appreciate it. But ifs merits are not
sufficiently_ understood by the great mass of
the people: It is not isufficientlflept before
the tryeirof the parent as =ono l s(Jthe greatest
benefits•of a fre : e government„ as, the essential
to the, training and the rearing of a nation of
—By tdtnicaus, tit this ConVentiort be held
as soon as possille. Let our...brethren of the
press throughout the .Ccenponwealth urge the
subj , ct on the attention of teacher% and we
have no donbt thaethe suggestion of
Lion will be carried into-'speedy end - Practical
effect. - -
Noarnzz Dormer. RAIMIOAD. —The Board of
Directors of the road' recently held a meeting
and adopted a revised organisation for con
ducting the business of the road. Henceforth
the road will be divided into foir depart
ments, called -the ..Baltimore, Susquehanna,
Shamokin and ißlialra divisions. , The first
extends from Baltimore to Marysville, and
includes thirWAglitsirlllo branch,'end ,uu
der the: charge of §. S:'B , w ego
. office is
at York; Pa. The, second divinion extends
froin Marysville to Sunbury, And •is under the
superintendenceOf W. D.:ltaiti, Whose office
is, at Ha;rrisbnrg, and, who is aid to the general
superintendent, and acts for himlin his ab
sence, sickness, An. The third division in
cludes the line of the Shamokin -Valley and
Pottsville road, and is' superintended by A. R.
whose * office is at Shamokin. The
fourth eMbraces theline tbe and
Williamsport read, and is under the superin
tendence of . H. A. Fonda, whose office is at
Williamsport. The.oenductof the way depart
ment Lsruader charge of H. S. Goodwin, whose of
foe` oat Harriiihuf This department is also as
sided- by--two_rasident_ engineers, Mr. G. 'P
'Fisher, ivltdaa oirdieia =in Baltimore city, ' and
cr. Ni r dt&lCA - 441, - *hnee' Citric('
porti-Pa.. - ThereliZ4-iaotait. '/),;:iiverdei)art
iind.taatt4ride U 664 chiCr te of
o'u :;,./.„4/1 • 4„ . -.1.1 itit..rit s ittLA dg ,
Ws have taken over on the Ist of April the
Li:deuce of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to our
own store. where we will continue to sell the
balance left at very low prices, until the whole
are sold. Among thoze goods are
1,000 yards remnants, delaine and calico, Ib,
18 and 20 cents.
500 yards remnants, lawns and other dress
goods, 16, 18 and 20 cents.
200 yards of barege and lustre, 20 and 25 cents.
1,000 yards of linen crash, 16,.18 and 20
100 yards of brown and grey cloth for sum
1,000 yards of linen, cotton and wool pants
300 dozen of the very best spool cotton, white
1,000 papers of the very best of Smiths'
needles, 5 cts. a paper; also stockings, gloves,
pocket handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all kinds of
combs, patent thread, tapes, socks, either by
the dozen or piece. We have also on band yet
about 10 pieces of CARPET, which we will sell
at 76 cents per yard.
20. pieces of straw matting, cheap.
20 pieces of splendid figured window curtains
Hope for the Afflicted.
From the frequent promptings of my friends
and those who have used Mrs. Westlipven's
German Vegetable Medicines, and the testi
mony of our most respectable citizens, of the
virtue and merit of those manufactured by my
self, I have been induced to call special atten
tion to these invaluable medicines by those
afflicted with Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Liver
and Kidney, Coughs, Fever and all diseases
arising from impurity of the blood. Also
Salves for Sore Eyes, Frozen Feet and Piles
Drawing and Healing Pleat!,ls, all of which can
be purchased at moderate prices at the residence
of the subscriber, No. 27 South Pine Street,
Harrisburg, Pa. MRS. L. BALL.
Now is the time for all, old and young, to have
the blood purified, the stomach cleansed and
strengthened, the whole system put into a
healthy, active condition. This alone is the only
sure preventative for all contagious diseases,
which.are now very prevalent. I would say to
all who have no great desire to be sick, or a very
great one to set well, just try the German
Vegetable Medicines adtegya on hand at No. 27
South Pine street. MRS. BALL.-
WATCHES, JEWELRY & SILVER-
.HE 'UNDERSIGNED would respectfully
vite your attention to his well selected
stock of Fine Gold and Silver WATCHES, Fine
Gold JEWELRY, and every kind and variety
of styles—compromising all of the newest and
most becadiful designs.
Also,' Solid SILVERWARE, equal to Orin, and
the beet make of Silver Plated Ware. Each ar
ticle is warranted to be as represented.
frWatches and Jewelry carefully repaired
(Streator to Stauffer 4. Harley,)
f 23-3m] No. 622 Market Street, Philadelphia
D.(. AIoCi.INTOOK2B PECTORAL
,A.ltic fonr lunge weak I Does a long - breath
we you rain? • Have you a hacking
cough ,Lo you expectorate hard, tough mat
ter ? ALo you wasted with night sweats and
want of stlep t If eo, here is yew remedy. It will
=questionably save you. Price $1 00.
Tee above medicine has been used extensively
in" this city with good results. For sale 'at
IjKSEINER'S BOOK STORK
NEW GOODS FOR. THE TOILET.
White Pond Lilly Extract.
White Pond Lilly Toilet Water,
White Pond Lilly Hair Oil.
White Pond Lilly Toilet Soap.
Queen of Flowers Toilet Soap.
Queen of Flowers Hair Oil.
Queen of Flowers Toilet Water.
The Union Bouquet, a splendid perfume, dedi
cated' to the ladies of the United States,
These excellent goods, neatly put up, and
now having an extensive sale, we offer in this
community., C. K. KELLER.
A lot of fine pornaturns, hair oils, flue soaps,
cosmetic',' fresh from the factories,. reciv
ed at the "Popular Emporium" for Toilet atti
dee., KELLER'S Drug Store.
' my 4 91 Market street:
- CRACKERS 1 1 I
.130STON CRAORNRB, MEM &sour,
FARINA do. ' Eons do.
WATBR do. Wins 'do.
ALMOND do. Bunn. do.
Gum= Nun. '
We receive supplies of the above every week,
and our customers can therefOili . rely upon their
being Fresh. [ap2B] WM..DOOK, Jr., & CO.
/DOCTOR A. 11. STEVENS, ELECTRICAL
PHYSICIAN, is curing all CHRONIC
EASES, both of Ladies-and Gentlemen, by a
new method in the. use of Electricity alone,
without_any Medielue, or even any Pain. -
BOARD may be had, with Treatment, by
Patients from ahroad, atreasonable rates, in the
Doctor's Family. - - -
LEITERS applying for circulani or further
information will be promptly-answered. Office
and Residence at 1418 SOUTH PENN SQUARE,
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, being in a neu
tral as wallas aeligbtful part of the city.
Cut this out for future reference.
rpHE WEST. CHESTER-LACADEMY; AND
MILITARY INSTITU'IE, at West Chester,
Pa. will resume the duties of the Summer
'Perin (4'611 five months) on the first of May next.
Boys and young men thoroughly prepared for
oollege ; or business. ilenda, Gramm and Spanish
taught: by native:resida* teachers. The Military
;Doak:meat is under' the oh rgo of Major Gus
tavus Eekendorff. Instructor in Gymnastics,
For catalogues, containing' full particulars
apply. to ,the Principal,
WM. F., WYEBS, A.. M.
Harrisburg Venitian Blind Faot,ory,
BLINDS made to order for churches, parlors
aqd hotels, that will fit any window. - Per
sons wanting blinds can get all the information
desired• as to:prices and the [Mises of windowa by
calling at mishop, or by sending me a few
lines by,mail.- - .Samples always on hand. .
OLD BLINDS MADE TO LOOK EQUAL TO
NEW. A. R. SHARP,
South Second st., a few doors below the Pres
bl tartan church. mr26,doaw2m
PIO . T6CI-11AP' Er ALBUMS chastely bound
and clasped—for sale at
18 Mirket Stieet.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALMIIMEi r
Of any size nJt in the standard styles will be
made to order.
UST Open, a fn ah Itot of PhouvrAph albums;
vtildingilotaj @Meet front
4051111/ feet degPa' 09 Oturatier*dltiicat ,
urf2 THEO. F. SOHErtaiE.
Steam Weekly to Liverpool,
TOUCHING at QUEENSIOWN, (Cos' Boa) The well known Steamers of tia.
Liverpool, iTcw York and Philadelphia :imam
ship Company, are Intended to sail a 9. follows :
City of Manchester, Saturday, May 9 ; Etna,
Saturday, May 13 ; City of Washington, Sat
urday, May 23.
RATES OF PASSAGE,
PAYABLE IN GOLD, OR ITV EQUIVALENT IN OUR
BLUNT CABIN, $BO 00eransam,
1 $32 St
do to London, 86 00 do to London, 86 51,
do to Paris, 96 00 do to Paris, 40 60
do to Hamburg, 90 00 do to Hamburg, 37 60
Passengers also forwarded to Harvey Bremen,
Rotterdam, Antwerp, Rte., at equally low rates.
Fares from Liverpool or Queenstown : Ist
Cabin, $75, $B5, $lO5. Steerage from Liver
pool, $4O. From Queenstown, $3O. Those
who wish to send for their friends can buy tick
ets bete at these rates.
For further information apply at the Compa
JOHN G. DALE, Agent, 15 Broidway, N. Y
Valuable Furnace Property for Sale
or to Rent.
MBE undersigned will sell or rent Chester
Furnace, situate in Cromwell township,
Huntingdon county, Re. The Stack is well and
substantially built ; there is also Ten Bank
Houses in tolerable repair there is an abun
dance of good wood that can be purchased at
from 15 to 26 cents per cord,. (wood leave,) with
in two miles of the stack, and abundance of
good ore can be got from one to two and a half
miles, at a reasonable price. The furnace is
about ten miles from Mt. Union station, P. R.
R. with a good public road leading to it . For
further particulars, address
Spruce Creek, P. 0., Huntingdon county, Pa
W.lll. B. BRADBURY'S
PIAN 0-F 0 RTE E STAI3I.ISHMENT.
N 0.427 Broome St,
'TIRE subscriber respectfully invites the atten
tion of his friends and the public generally
to his Piano-Forte Establishment, at No.- 427
Broome street, corner of Crosby street.
Having withdrawn his interest, stock and
materials front the late firm of " Lighte & Brad
burps," which firm was dissolved on the 81it
January, ult., and having purchased the entire
stock of Piano-Fortes and Piano-Forte Material,
owned by his brother, Edward G. Bradbury, in
the said dun, he is now prepared to supply the
increased demand for his celebrated Piano-For
tes. 'Employing the most akilif 1 • , nd experi
enced workmen, with a large stuck uf ..4 twat
and most thoroughly seasoned mattittal4 ;In
abundance of capital, he has taken in hand rue
personal supervision of the whole business of
manufacturing his instruments, and is enabled
to turn out Piano-Fortes of unequalled tone and
BBADBURY'S NEW SCALE PIANO-FORTE.
In the arrangement of our new Beale, drawn
and prepared with-'tie utaiistt Mire, expressly
for our new instruments, we have added every
improvement which can in any way tend to the
perfection of the Piano-Forte, and we can con
fidently assert, that for delicacy of leach, v -
urns, purity, brillianey and sweetness of tone,
combined with that strength and solidity of
frame necessary to durability, -these instru
ments are unequalled.
"Strength and Bandy" is our motto, and we
invite the closest criticism of the beet unbiased
judgea in the land.
[Every instrument warranted for five
years. .VPM. R BILLDBITRy,
427 Broome st., ak. of Crosby, New York.
m 2 dam. -
Snuff and Tobacco Manufanturer
16 4 18 CHAMBERS ST.,
(Formerly 42 Chambers Stze4, New York,)
AXTODLD call the attention of Dealers to the
Y V articles of his manufaeture, viz : ,
Fine Rappee, Pare Virginia,
Coarse Eappee, Nachitoches,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen
High Toast Scotch,
Irish High Toad, or Lundyfoot,
Honey Dew Scotch,
Fresh Honey Dew Scotch,
or Attention is celled to the large reduction
in prices of Flue-Cat,"Chewing and Smoking
Tobaccos, which will lie, found of a Superior
Long, . B. Ji
No. - • - - Spanish, . -
Nos. 1 „ ;Turkish
/INV OUT =MUM
P. A. 1., or,plap?,
, - -
- Bwett Scented Oronoco,
75n Foil Cavendish.
N. B.—A circular of prices will be sent: on
application: , • ' ; mrll-iiky
• WALTEB : Cornmgbdqr•
Comma n der.
THE GREAT EASTERN will leave LIVER
POOLOn her - drat trip doting the preient
month or early in May, and will continue to.
run regularly during the s'eason. Early notice
will be given of dates of depart rue.
RATES oriFAS . SA(I,I3,
First cilin fro M.. -S I 3E. to $135
Second cabin. . . .... .. ... $7O
Excursion Tickets out
' r And•lnick, in the first
and second Cabin only, a ' fare and a half.
Third cabin ' Q 7 460
All fares paYaideln.- i kkild, or - :ate equivalent
in U. S. currency. ,
For passage apply to .'-'
CHARLES A: ‘;
At the Office, -26 Broadway; NeveYorlL
For freight :apply to • -
HOWLAND & AleitrwaLL, Agents,
nitlB-dtjeB9 54 Routh et., New Xork.
fARANGES AND. LEMONB .- We have just
ki received the largest ,and - finest lot of Mes
sina Oranges offered this seasoli.iwthismarket.
Call and emeanine,, at - •
- }Mika u BOWMAN
Oi.mtlErcsit and; Moitelt streets.
QRANGES AND Llfitt#B:-ii,iiiogitinot of
e Oliolce klelidria Ortiagee pia received add
.for, gale liiw; by NlOllOl4B & POnfilliN t 4
• apl4 Ce and Ifirketleada.
THE FAMILY ::OAP MAKER
"PUBLIC ate cautioned against the
SPURIOUS articles of LYE for making
SOAP, &C., now i.ffered for sale. The only
GENUINE and PATENTED Lye is that made
by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUI'AC
TURING COMPANY, their trade-mark for it
being " SAPONIFIER, OR CONCENTRATED
LYE." The great SUCCESS of this article has
led UNPRINCIPLED PAR FIRS to endeavor to
IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's
All MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SEL
LERS of these SPURIOUS Lyes, are hereby
NOTIFIED that the COMPANY havd employed
as their AITORNEYS,
GEORGE HARDING, Fan., -of Phila., and
WILLIAM BAXEWELL, FAQ , of Pittsburg.
And that all MANUFACTURERS, USERS, OR
SELLERS' of Lye, in violation of the rights of
the Company, will be PROSECUTED at once.
The SAPONIFIER, or CONCENTRATED
LYE, is for rale•by all DitIIGURED3, Gamuts and
The UNITED STAMM CIRCUIT COURT, Western
District of Pennsylvania, No. 1 of May. Term,
in 18q2, in snit of THE PENNSYLVANIA
SALT MANUFACTURING CORPANY vs.
THOB. G. CHASE, decreed to the Company, on
November 15, 1862, the EXCLUSIVE right
granted by a patent owned by them for the
SAPONIFIER. Patent dated October 21, 187)6.
Perpetual injunction awarded.
SALT MkNUFACTURING COMPANY.
; OFFICES :
127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Pitt St. and Duquesne Way, Pittsburg
- THE BEST
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
WHEELER AND WILSON'S.
NEW OFFICE Market Square, next door to
Coldgr's office. Call and see them in ope -
ration. A. general assortment of machines and
needles constantly on band.
Miss ilargaret-Hiney will exhibit and sell
theirs- and also do all kinds of machine sewing
on "th ese machines in the best manner:
The patronage of the public- is respectfully
20000 LBB --Composed of the
following brands, jnat
NEvrsorm's, Celebrated. •
lbw Jamas - , selected. - -
Evens can Swrvies, superior.
Mroltrsrses Forossenoa, canvassed.
Ithasunsa's EXCICLEUOR, not =amassed.
IRON CIIT, amvassed.
Cm; not canvassed. •
PLAIN Se.ms, aridly prime.
COUNTRY Ruts, very fine.
Each ham sold .will be guaranteed as reine
seated. - WM. DOCK, Jr.. & CO.
353 RIIBIA MILLS. 355
853 and 855 Washington Staeet, New
PUT up in tin foil podnd papers, 48 In a
box, and in bulk. Our prices range from
7to 30 cents. We put up the following kinds:
JAVA, lIIARACADX), RIO AND VARIOUS
OTHER BRANDS OF SUPERIOR COFFEL.
We believe our Coffee to be better than any
ground Coffee now in use. All order addrt=3-
sed to ua, ,or to our. agents, Wears. Pr.acs Sc
You* 182 Charribers Street, corner Washing
ton Btsetit, New York City, will receiv,l prompt
The retail trade supplied by first class jobbiug
bousee4nthe various cities.
TABER & PLACE.
inc. I. Luna. . CRAB. PLACS
N. B.—Trade Price Met furnished upon up
lineation. declB dBm-rdnar23
I'ATE haie on hand a very superior selectied
V V of WINES, BRANDIN:B and FINE Ll
aroßs, of every description. •
BRANDINS of the choicest brands and vin
WINES of every variety and of the finest
ST. CRUZ BUM.
-' IRISH, SCOTCH, RYE and BOUREkff
*HISICY,• CHAMPAGNE, SCOTCH ALE,
BROWN STOUT, CORDIALS, &c.
Alio, a NATIVE WINE, manufactured from
the domestic grape, which is a - splendid article,
and we know it to be pure.
apl.4* WIC DOCK, & CO.
• -lehesebrough & Pearson,
- .! , •1.4.80uth Wafer Brett, Philadelphia,
'ABE prepareetto offer totbeir customers. their
' • = Celebrated Sugar Cured Hama and Dried.
`Bed; which are cured. expresaly.for family
And superior to anything in the market.
N. B.—All orders by mail promptly_ alto.. d
ed-to. apl7 -1 m
HORSES, WAGONS AND CAIITS
DUN .ALCOW ,Bioad street, West Hartia •
Jburg, is prepared to < furnish Horses, Carts
and Wagons to persons wishing hauling done.
Digging of Cellars personally . attended to.
Hauling. of any description promptly attended
to. An order boi for the, accommodation t f
perions will be found in tiut TsrarmApo Print
ingQffice, where orders adlrbeiegeived.
;18-Stri AKIN - ALCORN.
QUEEN: I MARK
Winvite the attention of the ' public to our
largq and well' selected stalt of Queens-
Waxe.'recently purchased, and which we offer at
a very small advance on city prices. Call and
examine before purchasing elsewhere.
NICHOLS & BOWKAN,
Corner Frontal:id Market Ste.
BRAPEP of linen, gilt-bordered;"
, and' PAPER BLINDS' or an ltdlA vari -
ify ... of &Agile iriderikailierda ; also, CWFALN
FIXTURES and TOMB at very keg prices.
Call at sgazoftws BOOKSTORE.
Al' A: large, invoice •of cenviuseed aid
.1.1! nnoanvaseed - tame„ kiteverywboloobrand
Fechhainviarrantedin good order.
For ii4l6vifry low by '
•'airt a ir BC k" "
- • t
TARL-4ntitheli >large lot of Mackerel and
arring, - sof packages, barrela,
bfilfea T , 'Oktera lilts, for4tie 1
of 7' CroArJqd