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Thursday Evenrivz, May 7, 1863
TOWN AND COUNTRY,
MILITARY RELIEF COMMITTER.--The regular
monthly payment will be made on Friday after
!nl on, Bth inst., at the Court House, between
tLe hours of four and six.
GEO. BERGNER, Pres't.
0. EDWARDS, S€c'y.
LOOK. TO YOUR INTERESTS. —The subscriber,
having opened a room at No. 94 Market street,
below Fourth, will otlige all persons wishing
tailoring done. Having an experience of eight
years at the business, I feel confident in giving
satisfaction. I will promptly attend to cutting
Teen's and boys' clothing in any desired style.
m4tdc GEO. A. KLUGH.
The Closest. PAIVORAIKA.—Rev. Mr. Long's il
lustrated lectures on the plan of salvation, at
the Bethel Church, have, notwithstanding the
rain, been so well attended that it was proposed
last evening to have another night. These
paintings are beautiful representations of Gospel
truth, and elicited much interest from the large
audience. The proceeds, beyond expenses, are
to be applied towards purchasing a Sabbath
schotl library. Admittance 10 cents. Doors
open at 7 o'clock. lte
THE Runs. was five feet above low water mark
at 8 o'clock this morning, and rising at the
Tau COLD RAINS of the past few days have
had an evil influence on the fruit crop, by de
stroying the buds and blossoms on the fruit
trees of the most tender variety. Farmers begin
to complain already that the fruit crop, fr
these effects, will be a failure ; but as our agri
cultural friends are so given to complaints, we
still hope that their wont forebodings will not
KILLED.—Last week Dr. Freeman, Coroner
of Blair county, was called upon to bold an in
quest on the body of a stranger, killed in the
engine yard at Altoona. The examination re
sulted in the finding ti at "an unknown man
had come to Ida death by being run over by the
tank of an engine." It was supposed that he
bad attempted to get on the engine, and had
fallen on the track, and been run over, sever
ing the body almost in two. There was noth
ing about the person of the stranger, by which
he could le ide;,tified.
FROM LOZERNE COUNTY.-A miner named
William Davison, was dreadfully burned while
removing the contents of a log of powder to a
tin box used for its safe keeping. He bad a I
lighted lamp in his baud at the time, from
contact with which the explosion was caused.
It is astonishing how careless persons will be
come in the handling of powder.—The . ,
young men of Wikesbarre met at Chahoon
Hall, on Friday evening, May Bth, for the pur
pose of forming a young men's Christian Asso
ciation.—Accident—As George Randall and
his wife were riding along River street, in
Wilkeshar, e, on Saturday, their horse hi came
frightened at the sprinkling of the street, and
becoming unmanageable, upset the wagon in
which they were riding, breaking the leg of
Mrs. Randall au t injuring her other wise very
severely.—John Peters had his arm broken
at the Consolidated Coal company's works at
Nanticoke, on Monday, 4th inst., by a crank
flying back in consequence of some defect in
the rachet arrangement which held
project is on foot to erect a large and magnifi
cent hotel in Wilksbarre, which the 7imea
gards as . good evidence of prosperity there
abouts, notwithstanding the copperhead -pre
diction of depression to result from the election
of "Abe Lincoln."—Mr. George Moore was
injured severely, in Wright township, by being
accidently thrown from the gangway of a saw
mill. He fill a distance of many feet on a
hard stony road, rolled into the race, from
which he was rescued from drowning, to did . it
few days afterwards from the tffect of his in
A SERIES ON CROSS SUITS—FAMILY JARS—As
saults and Ilaturies—Fornication, BfC.—On Tues
day afternoon, Officers Fleck and Wickert:pro
ceeded to the locality known as the Twin . Docks,
on the canal above Dauphin, with warrants to
arrest certain parties charged with assault and
battery with intent to kid. The parties were
Frederick Moss, Nicholas Gainer and Elizabeth
Galbraith. The circumstances which induced
this arrest are these: It appears that Mrs.
Moss has been separated from her husband,
Frederick Moss, and that she had gone to the
Twin Locks to procure certain articles Which
were at the residence of her husband. When
she got there, she found Miss Galbraith in pos
session of the house, and when she attempted,
to take her goods, Miss G. ran into the road,
stoning Mrs. Moss and otherwise violently as
saulting her. Mrs. G. escaped as best she
could, seeking shelter in the house of Janes'
Martin. At this juncture Frederick Moss ap
peered at the house of Martin, kicking in the,
door, as it is alleged, and threatening to mar-•
der his wife if she did not leave the neighbor!'
hood. Young Martin interfered, protestitig
that Mrs. Moss should not. be abused in , his'
house; and after Moss had left the premises,
Mrs. M. was brought to 419- el.q ? y , vhere she
'entered the present suit beforelAideriMp Peffer.
The parties named, Moss, Gai n er and Mrs
.Galbraith, were committed to ' atiivrer. • Mrs.
Moss also brought suit against Miss Galbraith,
on a charge of fornication. ,
—These parties do
, not beara very eriviabig.
reputation, and are Well known to, the police as
.desperate characters. Miss Galbritith haebeek,
in several bad ;serapes, and this qa : l 4
her career for at least a few years._
SCARCITY OF LABORERS.—Many of the farmers
[...until in that they cannot obtain sullici lit
laborers to put their spring ctop tut. the
ground in due season, and some of them will
not he able to put under cultivation all they
intended on account of the want of help.-
1 his does not look as if the influx of free col
ored men was about to deprive the white la
borers of the means of supporting their families.
ERECTION OF A Naw CHURCH...-A neat and
comfortable church is in proof se of erection,
and now neatly completed, in the lower part of
Clark's Valley, a few mile_s from the villagi of
Dauphin. The church is erected by the Evan
gelical church, and will be quite an accommo
datil n to that part of the citizens of Dauphin
county. The consecration of the church is to
take place on the Whitsuntide holidays, and
will doubtless be an interesting service.
OPENING OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS. —Since the com
mencement of the pleasant weather of spring,
the Sunday schools in different portions of the
country are again being organized. A few
weeks ago a fhurishiisg school was commenced
at Churcbville, and one has been organized at
Mount Zion church, near Linglestown, and the
one at Shoop's church will 'be re-organized on
next Sabbath. We are pleased to see so much
interest manifested in the instruction of the
young, since the moral training of the young
must exert so important au
_influence upon the
future of our country, as wallas of the church.
MEETING FOR THE RECEPTION OF THE 127rn
Pa. Vore.—Mayor A. L. Ronmfort Was chosen
Chairman, and And. J. Jones . , Alex. Knker, L
Bernhard, and others from .eaelr. Ward .were
appointed Vice Presidents. ~I L-F.M!-Beynol4
Dr. Jacob Weistling and Col. David Linger were
Comma OF Anraziosmsarra —IL Hogan, Jr.,
Alex. Koser, Alex. W. Watson, Charles L.
Bailey, Daniel D. Boas, Joshua M. Wiestling,
Bag , A. K. Black, Major John Brady, William
Findley Osier, Jehu DeHaven, Dr. William H.
Egle and DAvid Mumma, Jr. To meet at the
Brady House to-morrow evening' at 74. o'clock.
Punllnal attendance is requested.'
MIFFLIN COUNTY. —FataI Accident.—One of
those lamentable occurrences which often cast
a gloom over a whole community, transpired a
few days since, on the farm of Davis Bates,
Esq ,in Armagh township. In the afternoon,
the eldest son of Hr. 8., aged 12 years,took a
colt to the field, and while in the act of strik
ing the animal was kicked on the temple which
felled him insensible to the earth. He was im
mediately conveyed to a neighboring farm
house, where, after lingering in unconscious
ness several hours, he expired.--Deserter Ar
m:Md.—A oung man who refused to give bid
name, but acknowledged that he had twice de
serted and belonged to the Blat Pennsylvania
regiment, was arrested in Lewistown, by the
military on Thursday last, and placed in jail.
Lamm' Lcaquz.—There is no cause in
whioh woman is more interested than that
which involves the permanent peace and seen-
city' of the country. In this country, peace
means presperity to all in every grade of society,
w o have the energy to work for and the hon
esty to desire it. The only obstacle to this
permanent peace is tile influence of rebellion—
and the only element which looms up fearfully
against that peace, is slavery. Hence we must
organize every influence of good, every means
that is effective to secure this peace and order,
and put down this treason and rebellion_ In
this, woman has not only her interest, but she,
also has her duty. She can do much, very
much, in contributing to , the success of those
; who are in arms or tholla.whosare in civil posi
tion, acting in the name of the Government.
All that is necessary to accomplish this is or
ganization. Let the women of Harrisburg—Abe
wives and mothers who have husbands and
sons in the army, the sisters who havebrothers
in the fight—the women, in fact, who love
their country—let these organize, themselies
into Union Leagues ; When suchl4dnizations'
are attained', tha work suitable livomen
to perform in this mamentles crisis sug
gest itself. Let nd time` be waited in asking
what can be done. Organize for the doing of
good, and good works will spring , up all aronnd.
The country needs the services- of its daughters
as well as its sons. Will the ladies of Harris
burg emulate the example of their sisters in
other localities, and at once organize them
selves into a Union League, that they - may
contribute to the success of the struggles of the
' Government with traitors?.
While manly hearts and strong right arms,
FignVfor our country's flag and laws;
While patriot blood like water flows
From brothers' veins to aid our cause,
Shall woman sit with folded hands.
And in the strife ftod . naught VI do?
Is there no' work for loyal hands
Of sisters, wives and mothers_ too?
While treason lurks in every street,
And walks abontin thin disguise—
While craven hearts with poison tongues
Prate loudly "Peace and Compromise!"
Shall woman's voice be hushed and still,
And offer no rebuke to those
Who lack the power—not the will s .
To sell their country to, their foes?! ,
1 . o! While our soil with blood is red,
And dying heroes ask relief—
While orphan'd children cry for food,
And Widows' hearts are filletl, '" with„ grief—
' 'Tis wlithriii's right to bear it'part;-' • ,
Though not on fields,of battitigiory; , _
But through thi riches of her heart
She may obtain a glory:'`'
'Tie brave to stand'Where deadly shot
< And bursting shells like ititglflinuts fall,
But courage not leas true is hens,
Whose, eart respopda to duty'Al call;
• Who gives a father, brother, son
; To.dietfor Union's sacred,nama--
r; That .8.11.p0r SWes may_.be„. e s one, f.,
:19.11d freedom everywhere tie same. .
-...Then.hancl join hand in Loy* Lewis
nd souls unite with loyal
Like k m
artan others, bring good - bheer
For those Who stand on Honor's 8011. ,
Christ-like go forth with deeds of love,
And make the soldier's burden light;
Point out the camp of rest above
t or loyal men who win.the fight.
Obi loyal hearts, unite, unite;`'' =----
Help!Give to the cause 'your' moral strength.
for yoni'ctiontry's herter,
~..And God shall crown yorr,workat
.When peace shall blest our landligiOn,
Wind .over all our native soil ' " y
t..-atialitkie,anti.Truthhi triumph reign,
Then shall ye have reward for toil. r
PRPSe , NAL --Hon. Ho'ace Maynard of Ter.-
lit , Bset , , one of the intrepid Unif in men of that
i-eetiun, was in this city last bight, a guist at
the Junes House, He was en route fur home
from New Jets,y, where he had hen engaged
in the advocacy of the cause of the Government.
Tux AMERICAN ANNUAL for 1862 will be issued
to subscrib.:rs some time in the month of June.
The very favorable reception given to the
volume fur the preceding sear, has induced the
publishers to make special efforts in the prepa
ration of the volume soon to appear. Its con
tents embrace the material and intellectual
progress of the year, particularly in this coun
try ; the important civil and political measures
of the Federal and State Governments ; an
accurate and minute history of the struggles of
the great armies and the many battles, illus
trated with maps of the country and plans of
the actions taken from official copies ; the pro
ceedings in thty Confederate States to maintain
the war and establish their government ; the
debates of the Federal and Confederate Con
gresses ; with all the important events, relating
to finances, business and the nation, which
transpired during the year 1862. It is the
great natienal work of the age. ,
THE PROVOST 'MARSHALS FOR , TRI SILTE or
PIaiNSYLVANIA.—The following is a complete
list of the Pro4-o -t 'Marshals for 'the 'State of
1. W. G Lehman, of Philadelphia.
2. Edwin 'Palmer, of Philadelphia.
3. Jacob S. Stretch, of Philadelphia.
4. Davis M. L •ne, of Philadelphia.
S M. Yardley, Frankford.
6 John J. Freedley, Philadelphia.
7. Enos L Christman%WestlChititer. ' •
8. dl .do . do • . '
9. A. W. Bolineus,
10. 'Charlemagne Tower,---L.
11. , Oamuel Yohe, Easton., .
12. W. W. Ketchum.
13. Chas.'M. Manville, Troy.
14. John N. Clemert, Harrisburg.
15 R M. Henderson.
10.:.Ge0. Water, Chamhersburg.
17. • James D Cauipbell; Holidaysburg;
18. W. W. White, Williamsport.
19. Hngh S. Campbell, Ridgway.
20. David V. Derrickson, Meadville.
21. B. Coulter, Greensburg.
22. James A. Herron, Pittsburg.
23. J. W. Kirker, Allegheny City.
24. John Cuthbetiaon,' Washington.
THE RIEWS 'Atin rine Conmarram—lf any
man ever donblisi :the existence of - an order of
the Knights of the Golden Circle in this city,
his doubts must have been removed this morn
ing, after we had bulletined the glorioult news
of theliiiiceee f' of Hooker. As that account
spresiffover the city, as loyal men became joy
ful, ;front: its noble effects, the conntenar en of
the copperheads became gloomy. Copperhead
ism wilted. A loyal victory„ was more than
they bad anticipated. Had' they not predicted
that the troops would not tight under Hooker?
Had they not declared that only could
gain a victory? What right, then, had loyal,
men to announce hews Which conflicted with
their predictiorisr &oh 'Were the sentiments
evidently entertained by the , copperheads;
they did, not-give them shape and force in
—The news is indeed glorions ! It-has filled
tha city withjoy and gratitude. ‘ It : has made
the Republic safe ! The dead have gone to
glorious graves, and the•living are reserved for
glorious honors I - A few more such blows, and.
the end of treason will have been reached.
Btu SOLER.= Lrmal Somensnr.—The Somerset
Herald and. Whig, of the 6th inst., thus describes
the effect of the news that the rebels were
marching on that pleasant little village: • . •
On Friday night last, the citizens °fear quiet
borough were thrown into a "big seam" by the
reception of a note from Mt. Pleasant announc
ing that the rebels had crossed the State line
near Morgantown, and were within a few =Una
of Uniontown. Sonic of ogr-tqxgttikble citizens
immediately conceived the sensible notion that
the known great wealth of our people would
superinduce au immediate assault upon their
money bags. So the Court House bell was rung,
and drums beat, the boys assembled, and arms
distributed. Various old ladies took to squall
ing, and sundry young ones'th giggling. Silver
spoons were hid in out of the way corners, and
pinchbeck jewelry suddenly disappeared from
sight. Some men looked fierce and blasphemed,
while others ridiculed the improbability of the
story. So, for an hour or two folly ruled the
roast, when, reason returned, Cede were sought,
and the morning's first beam discovered `.the
ancient borough preelitny in the'position it lad
always occupied, and its valiant citizens snoring
as peacefully as if rebel raids haene'er been
The Whig contains also the following account,
which inggeste its :own comment:
At the Densticratic meeting; on Monday even
ing, the 28th ult., the Ladies' Belief Association
of Somerset, collected the sum of fourteen doe
tars and twenty cents. " " • _
Also on Tuesday evening, at, the Republican
meeting, they collected the sum of fifty dollars
and eighty-one, cents. , ;• „ ,
Who are the friends of the soldiers',
PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA and Recruiting,
Claims, United StatesiTension,.Bounty; Arreitrg:
of, Pay, and Subbistenm lc., retitle'
out end eollected by EUGENE SNYDER,
Office : Third Street, Harrisburg, Pa. [924-ly
Although our confidenbb in Mankind may
have .been abused, in , this nanghty i world of
ours, it lis-ennobling.to see patient, hontrat rec-.
titude laboring -on and striving .better the
condition of our, , fellowcreatutee. In ; this ccu
motion our , •attention. has, been,called to the
merits of Mrs. Weethovenle german Vegetable
Medicines and the success attending those
manufactured by our favorably known citizen,
Mrs. L. Bally No. 27 South Pine street, Harris
burg, Pennsylvania. In view of these valuable
medicines, which can be procured fromlfrs.
Ball at a - small compensatiOn, havekkhought
it our duty tu . say this much for .theeilt‘
Both' dwarf and -standard, as good In
Nudity of the tree. and as extensive in variety
as-Can be found in the looontry,ht,i4e3istont
Nursery:. • [apl7] , ..: _,r•J. MiSH.
.COAL YARD FOR 5A,14.8.
stock- and-fixtures- of one.-of the ties
I located Yards iolown. Address
BOX.BBB. TWO VIC&
ivolti l oriaUnion meliMap47-latm
The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
OFFACE, NO. 408 GRAMM SMELT.
CAPITAL AND AIMS..
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President
JOHN F. JAMBS, Secretary.
CONTIN UE to make INSURANCE ON
LIVES on the most reasonable terms.
They act as Executors, Trustees and Guardians
under last Wills, and as Receivers and Assignees.
The capital being paid up and invested,
together with a large and constantly increasing
reserved fund, offers a perfect security to the
The premiums may be paid yearly, half year
ly or quarterly.
The company add a BONUS periodically to
the 'insurances for life. The FIRST BONUS
appropriated. in. December, 1844, the SECOND
BONUS in December, 1849, the THIRD BONUS
in December, 1864, and the FOURTH BONUS .
In 1869: These additions are made without
requiring any. increase in. the premiums to be
paid, to the company.
The following are a few examples from the
Amount of policy
Sum Bonus of and bonus to be in-
Insured. addition.'creased by future
No. 89. $2500 - $ ::7 50 $BBB7 60
" 182. 8000 1060 00 4060 00
" 199 ' . 1000 400'00 1400 00
888. 6000 1876 00 6875 00
Agent at Harrisburg and vicinity
_ r- WILLIAM BURRY. R.
COFFEE I COFFEE I COFFEE I
WANTED, every Grocer bud the Public to
W. , ELL'S NONPAREIL PREPARED COP-
WarranW to gtve satisfaction, or the money
refunded. It is universally acknowhalged the
BFST EVBR USED.
Prepared and for sale it the Eagle Steam Spice
and _Coffee Works, No. 244, North Front, (cor • -
her of tie* st.,) Philadelphia, Pa.
T. J. McGUIGAN,
Importer and wholesale dealer in
THREA 1/, TAPES, HOSIERY ,
:MATO:NES AND BLACE.ING,
No. 2 Rrataberne Simot, 'Philadelphia.
gfirousams prime Potatoes.
AJIJ' 200 LBS. Buckwheat Flour.
„4.800 bbla. Prime New York State Apples.
~;,Buckwheat and Wheat Flour, Corn Oats,
Feed, Dried Apples, Dried Peaches, Drieceßlack
,bkirries, Huckleberrie., Raspberries, Elder
-lierries, &o. Choice sugar-cured Hams, Shoul
ders, Dried Beef, Lard, Mackerel, Codfish, &c.
A prime lot of Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins,
Candles, Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Candles, Spices,
TobaCco, Segars, &c.
A prime lot of Sweet Cider just received.
:titre Cider Vinegar.
'For sale wholesale and retail, N 0.106 Market
street, Harrisburg; Pa.
mr 0 ,26 dly
A STRANGE STORY
Six E. limanis Limon,
for sale by
WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO.
II ARDEN SEEDS
Shaker's, Mt. 4banon, N. Y., and
erigga4.lfrn., AO:Lester, N. Y.
A large laYnica,,annlinking every variety and
deepription, juat rem:wad-and for We by
lapl4 . • vx:rpoic,4B..; ak co.
• - DRIED FRUIT.
RIED Peaches, (pared)
Dried Peaches, (Imputed.]
- • , • Dried Cherries.
For sale by [aprlo] WM. DOOK, Jr., &CO
WBITING FLUIDS —Boss' Americas Wri
ting Fluid, a splendid Ink, at 62 cents
per quart; A. - MOLD'S gamine Writing Fluid,
HARBISON'S Columbian Writing Fluid,
LAITGUIRN- & BUSIIFIRLD'S Ink, Copying'
Ink,, Caraine and lied inks of the best quality,
Blue Ink, licitdrip; &o.,‘at
ap6 BOUVIER'S BOOKSTORE.
OP ` ass..
O• • • '
This celebrated Salad Oil, with several
other choice brands, In large and small bottles,
just received and for sale by
,9.14 WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO.
OLLAANit*B4thet-'de `'not need
4e:4 obiniliey, aftd.:43,olditi. %ill' put the
light out. Nil and=e ar: at
Nl Corjteut and *whet Bic
DEBT PENB . in.. the wol Id, fot 76 0 , $1.26,
13 41.60, s 2 •4 B tAnd $ 4 1 fut egikat :
`,015-41 .f; aIIiEFFEW S ticisi Wog&
4,BABBIALA. 4 AND CATAWBA
strong and thrifty, tiro
y. .years old, at
. reduced prices ,, at Barito n e
I .of, • noinAtf
of the best brands, always on hand and for sale
by : [apl4] VAL DOCK & CO.
• -4, t
Winsloir's - Fresh Green
W. DOCK, Jr., &
1.00 BUSHELS Mercer s and Peach l3low
Potatoes, for eale very low, by
Corner Front And Market Sta.
ATOETONILOIILEARATAD PINE APPLE
11 CHEESE, direct from m the manufacturer,
and for sale by WM. DOOK, Ja., & CO:
Dll ED BE tr,F AND ROVXMA, a very &dos
lot, just received and for sale by .
• tarBo WM. DOCK, & CO.
A caoier. lot of superior Bacon, jot re-
Th. calved and f i r solo low by
NlOllOl.B & BOWMAN,
Cm Viciiit and Market street&
_Q. ALT, ground- t alum, Ashton and dei t y, in
"10 latga Of iniallitlintitimilbil:'l`!,;„
) 1,,,, ~I- 1 -":4 ~ ,r itss N .LegOkaztk, 4 3oW t
Aalat,; o3 '-' o * I Oiii4timt aniMezkeliatrftil/44'
'T'OUCHINQ at QUEENSTOWN, (Coati Hea
l. Boa.) The well known Steamers of the
Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steam
ship Company, are lutondt:d to pail as follows :
City of Manchester, Saturday, May 9 ; Etna,
Saturday, May 16 ; City of Washington, Sat
urday, May 23.
PATABLIA IN OOLD, OR ITS BQUIVAINNT IN OUR
ruler CABIN, $BO 00 STEERAGE, $32 6(:,
do to London, 86 00 do to London, 36 50
do to Paris, 95 00 do to
_pads, 40 50
do to Hamburg, 90 00 do to Hamburg, 37 60
Passengers also forwarded to Flame, Bremen,
Rotterdam, Antwerp, &c., at equally low rates.
Fares from Liverpool or Queenstown : Ist.
Cabin, $75, $B5, $lO5. Steerage from Liver
pool, $4O. From Queenestown, $3O. Those
who wieh to send for their friends can buy tick
ets here at these rates.
For further information apply at the Compa
JOHN G. DALE, Agent, 16 Broadway, N. Y
Valuable Furnace Property for Sale
or to Rent.
BE undersigned.will sell or rent Chester
1. Furnace, situate in Cromwell township.
Huntingdon county, Pa. 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 16 to2.scents 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, atra reasonable price. The furnace is
about ten miles from Mt. Union station, P. B.
R. with a good public road leading to it. .For
further particulars, address
Spruce Creek, P. 0., Huntingdon county, Pa.
THE 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 from the late firm of " Lig hte & Brad
buys," which firm was dissolved on the 81st
January, ult., and having purchased the entire
stock of Piano-Fortes and Piano-Forte Material,
owned by his brother, Edward (l. Bradbury, in
the said firm, he is now prepared to supply the
increased demand for his celeb t d Pomo-For
tes. Employing the most skihr 1 .T si .aperi
eneed workmen, with a large:stock LA pis '• st
and most thoroughly seasoned material ; an
abundance of capital, he has taken in the
personal supervision of the whole business of
manufacturing his instruments, and is enabled
to turn out Piano-Fortes of unequalled tone and
BRADBURY'S NEW SCALE PIANO-FORTE.
In the arrangement of our new scale, drawn
and prepared with , the utmost care, expressly
for our new instrathents, we haveadded 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 touch, vol
ume, purity, brilliancy and sweetness of tone,
combined with that strength and solidity of
frame necessary to durability, these Justin
.ments are unequalled.
",Strength and Beauty" is our motto, and, we
invite the closest criticism of the best unbiased
ju in thaland.
(Every instrument warranted for five
years. WM. 13. BRADBURY,
427 Broome at., cor. of Crosby, New Yoli.
m 2 dBm.
W. H. BIBLE 8; co.
snuff and " Tobaooo Manufacturer
16 4. 18 CHAMBERS ST.,
(Formerly 42 Chambere Street, New York,)
WOULD call the attention of Dealers to the
articlee of hl manufacture, viz :
Fine Happen, ' Pure Virginia,
Coarse Bappee, Nachitoches,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen
YELLOW SNUFF. •
High Toast Scotch,
Irish High Toast, or Lundyfobt,
Honey Dew Scotch,
Fresh Honey Dew Scotch,
or Attention is called to the large redaction
in prices of Fine-Cat, Chewing and Smoking
Tobaccos, which will be found of a Superior
No. 1 ,
Nos. 1 & 2 mixed,
P. A. L., Cm plain,
Cavandiab; or Sweet,.
Sweet tilapted 9ronoco, z
N. B.—A circular' of prices will be sent on
EC GREAT EASTERN will .leave LIFER-
POOl 4 on her first trip during the present
month Or early in May; and will continue to
ran regularly daring the season. Early notice
will be given of dates Of departure.
First cabin from
lilicoursion Tickets' o u t 'and back, hi the first
and second cabin only, a fare and a ball.
All farce payable in Gold, or its equivalent
In U. S. currency.
For freight apply to
HOWLAND & Assow.amm, Agents,
mrlB4ltje9] 64 South at., New Yak.
iMBANGES AND LEMONS.—We have just
V.!' received the largest-andlinest lot of Mae,
shiaOraages offered this seasoitin this market.
Call and examine, at •
NICHOT & BOWMAN,, _:
COL Frnikt and Market streets.
RANG ,/ B 3 AN LEMONS;—Another lot of
chotee,Meafina Orangei:juit received and
for sale ,low, by NICHOLS & BOWNO,
4.414 , & ICicy.l ll xont and Market Streets.
Steam Weekly to Liverpool.
PLUM OF PASSAGE,
WM. B. BRADBURY'S
PIAN 13-F 0 FIT E .E STABLISHMENL
No. 427 Broome St..
PINS CUT ISHIGSTING
STEAMSHIP GREAT EASTERN.
WALTER EATON, 'Ooinn cruder
BATES OF. PASSAGE
For passage apply to
CHARLES A„ WHITNEY,
At the Mee, 26 Broadway, New York
THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER
THE PUBLIC ate cautioned against the
SPURIOUS articles of LYE for making
SOAP, &c., now offered for sale. The only
GENUINE and PATENTED Lye is that made
by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFAC
TURING COMPANY, their trademark for it
being " SAPONIFIER, OR CONCENTRATED
LYE." The great SUCCESS of this article has
led UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to
IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's
All IiIANUFACTITRERS, BUYERS or SEL
LEkiS of these SPURIOUS Lves, are hereby
NOTIFIED that the COMPANY have employed
as their ATTORNEYS,
GEORGE HARDING-, EsQ., of Phila., and
WILLIAM BAKEWELL, JfSQ , 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 SAIONIFIER, or CONCENTRATED
LYE, is for sale by all DRUGGISTS, Gnomes and
The UNITED STATE; CtROUIT COURT, Western
District of Pennsylvania', No. 1 of May Term,
in 18n, in snit of THE PENNSYLVANIA
SALT MANUFACTURING COMiLPANY• vs.
THOS. G. CHASE, decreed to the Company, on
November 16, 1862, the EXCLUSIVE right
granted by a patent owned by them for the
SAPONIFIER. ?stoat dated October 21 1 866.
Perpetual injunction awarded.
SAT MITNUFACTURING COMPANY•
127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
Pitt St. and Duquesne Way, PittsloUry
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE;
WILKELER AND WILSON'S.
I\TEW OFFICE Market Square, next door to
111 Colder's office. Call and see them in ope
ration. A general assortment of machines and
needles constantly on hand.
Mies Margaret Hiney will exhibit and sell
them, and also do all kinds of machine sewing
on these machines in the best manner.
• The patronage of the public is respectfully
solicited. aprl 1- d6m
20 Ll3S.—Compoeed of the
,000 following brands, just rt
Nsw Janstr, selected.
EVANS AND SWLET'S, superior.
-Miamian's Exclusion, canvassed.
MIOSEINIA'S Excursion, not cacanvaned.
Nov CITY, earmased. • •
IRON CITY, not canvassed.
PLaiirEems, Um* prime.
COUNTRY HAYS, Ray fine.
non mi ted oh . ham sold will be guaranteed as repro
WM. DOCK, Jr., Sr. CO.
` 363 RIIBIL MILLS. 355
353 and 355 WeAllingtmt Street. New
- GOVERNMENT COFFEE.
DDT up in tin foil pound ,papers, 48 in a
`.l. box, and in bulk. Our prices range from
7to 80 cents. We put up , the following kinds:
JAVA, MARACAIBO, RIO AND VARIOUS
OTHER BRANDS OF SUPERIOR COFFEE.
We believe our Coffee to be better than any
gronti&COffee now in use. All orders addres
sed to tiiior to our agents, 'Messrs. Pisan & Tomo I'B2 Chambers Street; corner • Waming
ton Street, New York City, will receive prompt
The retail trade eupplied by first clue lobbing.
houses in the various cities.
TABER & PLACE.
WY._ s. won. CHAS. PLACE.
N. B.—Trade Price List furnished upon ap
plicatiop. declB dBm-rdmr23
TATE have on hand , a very superior selectiod
V V of WINES, BRANDIKS. and FINE LI
QUORS, of every description.
BRANDIM of: the choicest brands and Yin.
WINES of every variety and of till finest
T. CRUZ RUM.
IRISH, SCOTCH, RYE and BOURBON
WHISKY, CHAMPAGNE, SCOTCH ALE,
BROWN STOUT ; CORDIALS, Ac.
Also, a NATIVE WINE, manufactured from
the domOstie grape, which is &splendid article,
and we know it to be pure.
" apl4 WAL DOCK, JR., & CO.
. Chenebrongli & Pearson,
14 South, Water BlreetePhiladelphia,
ARE prepared to offer to their customers their
Celebrated Begar Cured Hams and. Dried.
Beef, which are cared expressly for family u le,
and superior to anything in the market.
.P T. B.—All orders by mail promptly atte: - .d •
eff to. apl7 1 m
HORSES, WAGONS AND CARTS
TORN ALCORN, Broad street, West Harries
./ - btu g, is prepared to furnish Horses, Carts
and 'Wagons to persons wishing hauling done.
Dialog ofCellars personally attended to.
Hooting pf any diScription promptly attended
to. An order box for the accommodation of
persons will. be.found in the TELROHAPH Print.
ing Office, wheie order§ will be received.
aplB 3m JOHN ALCORN.
.$96 to $l-36
IiTE invite the attention of the public to our
V large and Well selected dolt. of Queens
ware, recently purchased, and which we offer at
a very small advance,on city prices. Call and
exturtine, before purchasing elsewhere.
ItIICHQLS & BOWMAN,
Cornar Front and Market Sta.
U7IE - DOW SIIADEB of linen, gilt-bordertd;
and PAPER BLINDS of an endless vari
Oky:Of deaigns suidoiTatinenfol, also, CfUBTAIN
FIXTURES and TASSELS at - very lbw prices.
Oakat, SOREFFER'S BOOKSTORE.
HA 8. —A large invoice of canvassed and
'uncanvaaaed hams„ of over ctoice brand
in market. Bach hamwarrantedin good order.
For sale very low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Fpwit and . Market Ste.
F"L--Another , large lot of Mac del and
-Herring, sizes of packages, barrels,
halves, quarters:and kits, for sale lcw by
NICHOLS & 13010414
Owl Pl:opt . and Mariiit Streets.