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' We ars daily adding to our assortment of
goods all such articles as ara desirable, and'
would respectfully call your attention to the
largest and best selected stock in this city, of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS,
Oils, Varniehail and Glues,
Dye-Stu/ft, Glass and Putty,
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&c., &c., &c., &v., &c., &a
With a general variety of
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturers and Per
fiuners of 'Europe and this country.
'Being very large dealers In
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD,
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COLORS, PAINT AND
AIL: THEM VARIETIES,
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dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction
TEETH ! TEETH
JONES AND WHITES PORCELAIN TEETH.
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
Saponifier and Oonoentrated Lye
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which we
sell as low as it can be purchased in the cities.
THAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
COAL OIL! CARBON OIL !
Being large purchasers in these Oils, we can
offer induCemshats to close buyers. Coal Oil
Lainps of the most improved patterns, [very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
Those of you who have not given our HORSE
AND -CATTLE .POWDERS II trial know not
their superiority, ;and the advantage they are in
keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in good
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
besides improving the general health and ap—
pearance of their Cattle.
Our long eiperiende !nibs lriuiners gives ns
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
suoh that we oan in a very short time furnish
anything appertaining to our business, on the
best of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
on our home, we hope by strict attention to
business, a careful selection of
.%-#lfidr Prices, and the desire to , please all, to ,
'Merit a watiausaae - of the favors Of it dlaoriml-
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SOMETHING MORE VALUABLE
THAN SILVER OR GOLD,
IT WILL RESTORE THE WEAK,
EINSTATE THE BLOOD IN ALL ITS ORIGINAL
VIGOR AND PURITY
PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S
Is precisely what its name indicates; for, while pleasan
to the taste, it Is revi:itying, exhilarating and strength
ening to the vital powers. It also revivifies, reinstates,
nod renews the blood in all its original purity, and thus
restores and renders the system invulnerable to attacks
of disease. It is the o ly preparation ever offered to the
world in a popular form so as to be within the reach of
So chemically and skillfully combined as to be the
most powerful tonic and yet so perfectly adapted as to
act in perfect acoirdance with the laws of nature, and
hence soothe the weakest stomach, and tone up the dl
gestl ye organs, and allay alt nervous and other irritation.
It is also perfectly exhilarating in its effectsl and yet It is
never followed by lassitude or depression of spirits. It
is composed entir sly of vegetables, and those thoroughly
combining powerful teals and soothing properties, and
consequently c.n never injure. As a sure preventive
iind cure of
CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, INDIGESTION, DYS
PEPSIA, LOS OF APPETITE, FAINTNESS,
NERVOUS IRRITABILITY, NEURALGIA, PAL
PITATION OF THE HEART, taBLA.N-
CtioLY, HYPocaoNDNIA, NI .HT
SWEATS, LA oISoR,.GIDDLNESS,
AND ALL THAT CLASS OF CA
sES Su FEARFULLY FATAL
MOE IS NOTELC:TH EQUAL.
also, Liver Derangements er Torpidity,. and - Liver
Complaint, Diseases of the Kidneys, or any genera de
rangement or the Urinary organs.
/t will not only cure the debility following CHILLS a nd
FEVER, but prevents all attacks arising from Miasmatic
influences, and cure the dismal at once, if already at
TRAVELERS should have a bottle with them,' as it in
fallibly prevents any deleterious consequences following
upon change of climate and water.
As it prevents costiveness strengthens the, digestive
organs, it should be In the bands of all personS of seden
LADIES not accustomed to out-door exercise, should
always use it.
MOTEMRS should use it, for it Is a per( ect relief. Taken
a mvn•h or two before the float trial, she will pass the
'dreadful period with perfect ease and safety.
There is no mistake about. It
TIM CORDIAL IS ALL WE CLAIM FOR
MOTHERS, TRY ITI
And to you we atepe.al, to detect the Di¢es. or seettie
sot only of your daagthers before it be too I ace at also
your eons and husbands, for weite tee fernier I false
delicary, oaten go down to a premature gravee nether
man iet their condition be khown is time, the knee are so
often raised up wills toe ex etemeut of bueineee, that flit
were Out tor you, they e 5, woule travel in the same .
downward p.m emit ill Is toe rte to arrest their Wel '
fell. Set the mother le eteree's vigilant, and to eou we
ceuftdently appeal;'for we are sure your neveretalllng
admen! will utter-dusty point:you- to Prete:4l/r WOOD'S
Et el atO teaT,Vie COttelaii AND BeOODRENOVAIeht as
the remedy retch etened bp &tweeze on hand In time of
read what the Preis Say after thoroughly teatime be
melee, and no One can have a doubt.
PROF. WOOD'S RE6TORATIVE CORDLIL.-11 le ree
corded in classics ant Paiche was fence estate - a climate
wormer than the West indite to procuee a sample of the
beauty of Proserpina iti a box. Atter some delay the
eiecsenger returned, and as soon aseete. lid ef the be'
was removed out dew all the ills that elfish ie hair co.—
Fortunately hope. was found in the bottom of the box.
Peof. Woodeeßeseeritive Curdial revives the recellection
ui the story, for it invieuretes the blood, aids the organs
of digestion, imparts strength to the nervous system, and
fortifies the cluteel of heeith, ao as to bid defiance to the
assaultsassaultsof aseaSe. It Ii a Ilealthy toniO, composed en
tirely of vegetable prof/puttees -and while it is excillara- •
deg as pure waste, uti ILO • rlousyesait9 can possibly follow
•ie use II 19 a deade.aturoc in the medical world, and
mime who are tax tad ..its loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia,
C0n9u132, two, Faint/lees, Giddiness, Neuralgia, Palpita
tion of the Heart, &c. will het a dud an infallible panacea.
'St. Louis Daily 111apia99. ,)
PROF. WOOD'S RESeORATIVE CORDIAL and BLOOD
RENOVATOR is, without doubt, the best Tonic Cordial-in
the world. To those who are suffering from general dee
bility we would recommend its use; tor, while it* pleats
ant to tee taste, it Is strengthening to the sestern, and
will at once tend to remove all impurities of the blood,
and eradicate all traces of disease. It can be taken by I
the weakest stomach, while those in good heal h will at
once feel its exhilarating power. We are contident that
after using one bottle of this cordial none will be for a
day without it. "New York Leader."
A PURE, HEALTHY TONIC, and one free from th
deleterious and injurious effects sure to fellow those in
ordinary use, bas long been felt to be a deelderatum in
the medical world. Such a tonic, and one so skillfully
combined from the vegetable kingdom as to act; la per
accordance with the taws of nature, and thus soothe ,
the weakest stomach, and at the same time allay ner- ,
vous and other irritations, and tone up all the organs of
which the human body Is composed, is offered in Prof.
Wood's Restorative Cordial and Blood Renovator. Hence,
it is perfectly adapted to cid and young. Reader, try it,
Thousands have already done so, and the testimony is ,
universal in its favor.--" New York Atlas.e
PROFaSOR WOOD'S RESTORATIVE CORDIAL AN D
BLOOD RENOVATOR, for the cure at General Debility, or
Weakness arising from any cease, also Dyspepsia, Nerv
ousness, /eight Sweats, incipient Consumption, Liver
Complaints, Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, Female Weak.
ness, in all its stages, also, to prevent the contraction of
disease, is certainly Leanest and most agreeable cordial
tonic and Renovator ever offered to the afflicted, and so
chemically combined as to be the most powerful tonic
ever known to memcal science. Reader, try it. le wne,
no You Gosh. We have no uesita ion in recommending
it, since we snow it to be a sele, pleasant, and Sure re
medy for the diseases enumerated.—'eNew York Dis
Before noticing a patent medicine, we have to, be ear
min that it will prove itself to be all that it la' MOM:a
mended. And we would say that the Restorative Cor
dial and Blood Renovator Of Prof. Wood will - -stand the
test fully, and, in fact it is without any doubt the first
article In market for purifying the Blood and atreingthen-
Olg the system. We heve mete' mean in recommending
its ties to alt.—" Toe New-Yorker." - . .
LOoK TO YOUBBELF 1N TIE ee—Hotv inanyln conse
quence of a false delicacy suffer from suppiessed, pain.
iul, or obstructed mensuration, that think because may
are ,young that by-auti-ey eater!) will'' wore itself clear
from obetructioas, eau all come In right hi the Cud, little
dreaming that the seeds of death are already germina
ting In the system,: beeause the vital' energiee are im
paired, and the etaire &faunal economy aertuiged, debut.
[Med; andy . et, enrolees of themetevete a*
: they are, If a
'reel:wily were sot before them onion eieuld r ee eetere all the
TunctiOus of the system, and leenvigerette tee - body, they
would take ft, and tiles be in lime , to lave f title three...
Parents, think of this, and at once give them a hauls of
prof. 'Noon' Restorative tended! meta Biwa 11 eaevator.—
"The New York Cr:Melee." , . ,
• O. e WOOD, Proprietor; 444, Broadway, New York,
end 114 Market street, st. Louis, MG.
aerAt No. 444 Broadway, ail the Family and Patent
Medicines constantly on baud, always Reale and goaulne.
Ford az Macomber, Washington Avenue, Sole agents
or Albany; Or B. Snell, agent for 'Schenectady..
• Sold also by A. B. Sands & Co., corner of Fulton and
William streets. jardeetio amw
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER,
WOULD respectfully inform his olu
patrons and the public generally, that he will
continue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE ME
LODEON, VIOLIN aud also in the science of TOIL t OUGA,
dASd. He win w'th pleasure wait upon pupils a their
comes at any hour desired, or lessons will be given at
his residence, in Tolrd street, a fe* doors, below
German tteibtmed church. b-
STONE FOR SALE
~ . . .
.110 t 3:III,DING STON.E Or 'Stone- suitable
„Lill far tiiriiiitiag purposat will tio7delifered to any .
par , of the airy Cof API vicinity. Apply tat
snail/ WM. COLDIO, JR.
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAI AFTERNOON, MAY 10, 1861
CHANGE OF LOCATION
W ILLLOWER'S LINE.
The old stock of cars being disposed of,
the undersigned has broke out in a new place and es
Laminated a daily freight line between Philadelphia, New
York, Harrisburg and all points on the Northern Central,
Sunbury & Erie and Lean %Yana & Bloomsburg railroads.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore extended
he hopes, by promptness in delivery, to retain all his old
customers and patrons ad goods intended. far the line
must be delivered at the depot of the Philadelphia and
Beading railroad, Broad and Oillownili streets, Philadel
phia. All goods delivered at the depot up to five o'clock,
P. M., will reach Harrisburg next morning.
J.,,WALLOWER, Jr., General Agt.
Reading Depot, Harrisburg.
G. F. 214 17 EN 0-13.
TRAVELING AGENT OF THE'
OLD WALLOWER LINE.
PHIS OLD TRANSPORTATION LINE
is still in successful operation end prepared to carry
freight as LOW as any other individual lone between
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williams
port, Terse. Shore, Luca liven, qnd all points on the
Northern Central, Philadelphia and Erie, and Williams
port and Elmira Railroads.
Local Agent at Harrisburg,
D. A. MUENCH.
. Goods sent to PEACOCK, ZELL & HENCHMAN, Nos. 809
and 810 Market street, above Eighth, by 4 o'clock,
wilt arrive at Harrisburg, ready tor delivery, the next
morning. C. F. HUENCEL
ap3 tr Traveling Agent.
THE SUBSCRIBER has removed his
11 PO:11161NQ AND Bti.M3 FJUNDt from Starke'
street to Fourth street alma,. Market, opposite the' Bailie
church. Tnankful for past patronage, he hopes, by strict
attenion to business, to merit a continuance of it.
mar2B-3md W.ll. PARKEIILes
CHESTNUT ST., ABOVE THIRD,
IN the immediate neighborhood of the
Jobeing Rouses on Maritet. Third and Ohestnut
streets. tho Batas, Post Ono; Merchants' Exchange,
KEPT BOTH ON THE
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN
BOARD PER DAY
Dinner between 1 and 3 o'clocir, 50 cents. Single
room from tO cents upward.
A Lint cans Restaurant attached. Prices according to
Bills of Fare.
. . .
The Ci.y Cars take Passengers from any Station to or
close to the tool.
A kirEug Lb, French, German and Spanish spoken.
T"SUBSCRIBER would respectfully
inform tue public that he ha, removed 61s Plumb.
ing And Br ..sa rounding escablehment to No. 22 South ,
itlrdetreet below Berri Huta 'lnankful for peat pat
ronage, be hopes by atdot attention to business to mein
a aunttuaa.Liae Of It
Harrisburg- Broom ManufaotOry,
TWO BOOM FROM JINNI ST., IN WALNUT .
BROOMS sold wholesale and retail 20
per cent. clasper than can be had eleewhere.—
(Ad, and osamtne our stock.
aps4rad J. E. PRICE Ac CO.
NEW - C 00 3 ! -- NEW PRICES!!
FRESH ARRIVAL OF GROCERIES I
PRICES TO SUIT THE T.IiIES
THE subscriber has just returned from
11 Philadelphia with a large aid varied assortment of
FoteZEI GBOt QUEEI•TSWAtta:, !RIM;
NOTIONS, and everything usually kept in a first elite
Grocery, reayeetlnlly calla the attention of hi caste.
Mari, so well us the pudic generally, to Ole last arrival.
Thankful for past patronage he hopes by strict atten
ti: n to business to merit a continuance of the same.
T. F. BONER,
aplit.dtf • GOrner of Third and Chestaut Streets,
TOTE PAPER AND ENVELOPES with
National designs, LETTER PIPER with a 'view of
the city of Harrisburg, prated and for site at
ap24 Near the Harrisburg Biddge.
MARKET - SQUARE:,
GEO. J. BOLTON, PROPRIETOR,
10 A D. D .
The above well known and long established lintel is
now undergoing a thorough renovation, and being in a
great degree newly furnished, under the proprietorship
of Mr. Gamut J. BOLTON, who has been au inmate of the
house for the last three years, and is well known to
Thankful for:tho • liberal pittretiage which it has en
eyed , I cheerfully conimend Mr.' &ik IAM BUEHLEon to' the pub ß. lic
vor wtfl da
OFFICE—THIRD STREET, (SHELL'S ROW,
Residence, Chestnut Street near foavrth
CITY OF HABILLSBMIG,
COTTON 'lOl 2 MATRESSES,
FRENCH CARPET HASSACIES,
On band and rot sale 'wholearde and rata, at the very
lowest rates for cash .
HAIR DIATRASSES and SPRING BOTTOMS
AtAim TO Ott.Dir.R.
CHAIRS, - - 'D
Repaired and made equal to new very reasonable, all at
No. 109 Market street between Fourth and Fifth, by
mar 29 • , - J.T. NARNITZ.
LOSING OUT our still large assortreen
N.) of FURS consisting or
Handsome Dark Sable Setts,
Handsome Dark Siberian squirrel Setts,
A flue aunk"of all kinds of low price Furs,
A CIIIII/Ce for Bargains to Fine Furs.
Call .at DATEICARTS,
N 0.14 Market Square,
= - , : . - ext_to_ttia Barriliturg, Bank.
fI.IHE ATTENTION OF GENTLEMEN
Is eoliclt2d to our very large assortment of
NDattaalnil alto DltaWaßs of every size 1114 quality.
Gun' JOUvnt Kw Gliona, ,tyt. article manufactured.
All the different kin as of Wirtriat atovsn..
Largest, assortment of Roma? In tile city,
:CRl.Vats, strorgaza liienarseenn,i4ady Hemmed
And everything in Gents' wear, at
hut to as MuTtsburg Beak.
From our Morning Edition.
PASSAGE OF THE MILITARY BILL.
The bill entitled an Act to create a loan and
to provide for arming the State, passed lINAN-
Esiouns in the House yesterday afternoon. It
will at once go to the Senate, and will no doubt
pass that body finally in a day or two. We
hope the Secessionists will soon learn the fact
that they have no friends in the north.
WHO IS THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF?
Under this head the Daily News of yesterday
ably deals as follows with the factious opposi
tion which has lately been manifested in the
Legislature to the practical designs of the Gov
ernor in carrying out Pennsylvania's share of
assistance to the general Government :
WHO IS THE COMHANDER-IN-OHISE ?
We notice by reference to Legislative pro
ceedings that there is a disposition on the part
of some members of the Legislature to raise the
question as to who is the Commander-in-Chief
of the forces raised by our Commonwealth for
the protection of the •Government against the
rebels who have assailed it? The Constitution
provides that the Governor of the. State shall
be the Commander-in-Chief of the military de•
partment of the State. It is somewhat singu
lar, however, that under such circumstances,
such as those which now invest us, there should
be any difficulty as to a proposition of this kind.
The Government of the country is now men
' aced, and the President has called upon the
States for their respective quotas of men and
arms which are necessary for its defence. There
is an old.and very trite saying, that what is
everybody's business is the business of no one,
and there is no doubt about the practical proof
of this suggestion.
If the members of the Legislature, at their
will and pleasure, are to be allowed from time
to time to express their judgment as to who
shall exercise Executive function, it is not like
ly that much good will be done even by their
own action. It may be that since the war
which has been commenced against the Gov
ernment of the country, many things have been
done which, to say the least of, were of an im
proper character, and yet this fact cannot jus
tify a proposition, such as has been submitted
in the. Legislature, and which is in direct' op
position to the Constitution of the State. If
the Governor of the Commonwealth has trans
cended his duties, there is a remedy provided
by the Constitution, and if such be the case,
:those . who now. seek to thwart his authority
should have the manliness to state their com
plaint in, plain and decided terms.
the Governor of our State, although. a gen
, &man -of great intelligence, may have com
'anitted errors, in the military appointments
which he has made. We think he has, and
yet this fact will not warrant a proposition
such as that which has been made, and which
proposes to ignore the Conetit Won, and take
from him the power vested in him by, it. It
would, of course, be idle for the members of
the Legislature to attempt the passage of any
act such as that to which we have referred.
If the Governor of the Commonwealth were
not capable to perform the duties imposed on
him by the Constitution of the State, the prop
er remedy would be to impeach him. No such
proposition, however, is made, and it is there
tore that the suggestion to restrain the authori-
ty reposed in him by the Constitution of the
Commonwealth is simply ridiculous. Let the
members of the Legislature turn their atten
tion in another direction. -Let them look after
the conduct of those who have, unfortunately,
been appointed by the Governor, and see to It
that whilst they are shrouded in the mantle of
the Commonwealth, they shall not be permit
ted to swindle its treasury.
INTERESTING FLA(} RAlSlNG.—Decidedly one of
the most interesting "flag raiaings" we have
witnessed in our city since the general display
of bunting commenced, was that which took
place last evening at the boarding house of
s.lrs. Espy in Front street, in the presence of
several hundred persons, including a large
number of ladies, and members of the Legisla
The, flag—a large and handsome one— is at
tached to a pole projecting from the roof of the
house, and shows to good advantage.
It was urfurled to the breeze by Mr. Lichten
wallner, a member of the House of Representa
tives, from Lehigh county, and as its stars and
stripes came into view they were greeted with
hearty cheers and a rousing "tiger" from the
Mr. Woodhouse, Postmaster of the House of
Representatives, then favored the assemblage
by singing the solo part of the "Star Spangled
Banner," a hundred voices joining in the
The ceremonies concluded with eloquent
speeches by Gen. Wm. F. Small, of Phil
adelphia ; Mr. Armstrong, member of the
House from Lycoming county, and Hon. Jacob
E. Broom, of New Jersey, all of whom were
frequently interrupted by shouts of applause.
AMONG the visitors to West Point, Just ap
pointed by the President, are Richard Tilgharn,
ox Maryland ; Senator Crittenden, of Kentucky;
Senator Johnson, of Tennessee ; Hon. John
Minor Butts, of Virginia ; Hon. F. P. Stanton,
of Kansas, and Gen. John Garland, United
Tam Danville Appeal learns that la-Governor
Morehead, of N. U., was dangerously assaulted
in his chamber, recently, by a uegro man, and
that the villain who committed the outrage
was immediately arrested and summarily dis
THE Cincinnati Gazette cruelly proposes to
cut off the whisky from our "Southern breth
ren, as au article offering "aid and comfort to
the enemy." We can't say about the i "aid,"
and for the "comfort," by all means let
have it, so far as liquor goes.
Toe railroad between Montgomery and Pen
sacola was completed last week.
Mss.- wimaop, wife of the Hon. Robert C.
Winthrop, died in Boston, 24th ult.
Cotimanaa Sidney Lee, brother of Gen. Lee,
has also entered the perTice of Virginia.
SEWARD'S LETTERS TO FOR
No Probable Recognition of the
Southern Confederacy by Euro
NURSES FOR THE ARMY
1:11V9 k 4 lll 4111 1 4$ 00 DM EiZlVlllitillPiti
Promotion of Army Officers
LATEST FROM WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON, May 9
A great urgency has been applied to the
Secretary of State to induce his consent to pub
lish his instructions to Mr. Adams, United
States Minister at London, but he declines.
The recently published letter to Mr. Dayton, is
well understood to be an Index to the entire
European correspondence. The temper, spirit
and purpose have been the same in all cases
from the beginning of the Admiministration.
It is understood that Government has receiv
ed froni Mr. Dallas the minutes of his interview
with her Majesty's Minister for foreign af
fairs, and on these the instructions to Adams
The result of careful inquiry justifies the
assertion that there is no indication or prospect
of a recognition of the Confederate States by
any foreign power against the protest of the
Mr. Preston's next dispatches from Spain in
reply to a demand for explanations relative to
San Domingo, and also about the recognition
of the Southern Confederacy, are looked for
with much interest. Preston, alLhough a Ken
tuckian, is loyal, and is understood to he act
ing in such a manner as to meet' the approba
tion of the administration.
All the foreign ministers are anxiously mak
ing inquiries daily about the application of the
blockade, but not one word of complaint has
been uttered, by any of them.
• Flundreds of ladies of various parts of the
country, evidently, ELI appears from their let
ters, of character, and refinement,and actuated
by motives of charity and patr s iotistn, have of
fered their service to the War D6partment as
nurses, etc. Numbers of them have been ac
cepted. It may be of interest to such volun
teers to learn that on this subject they are re=
ferred to the acting surgeon, G-enl. Wood, who
will direct the proper answer.
Capt. Ellsworth'a regiment of Zonaves will
to-morrow encamp on the Government Insane
Asylum heights overlooking the Potomac.
The popular commander speaks in commenda
tion of their general conduct and improved
discipline. Not more than Borlo of the en
tire number have been deemed unworthy of
The President has conferred on Colonels
Thomas and Mansfield the brevet title of Brig,
General. The former is Adjutant General and
the latter Commandant of the military de
partment at Washington.
LATER FOREIGN NE WS
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER AFRICA
The Great Eastern to be Sold by the
The Royal mail steamship Africa arrived at
this port at noon, her advices, via Queenstown,
are to the 28th ult.
The foreign political news is unimportant;
the opening of hostilities in America engrossed
public attention. Affairs in Poland are un
The bullion in the bank of England had de
creased sls`ooo during the week.
LONDON MONEY ALANIM—SAIVEDA.Y.—Money
was in more demand to-day. Consols close at
LIVERPOOL BREADSTITEE IllamErs,—The weath-.
er has been favorable for the crops. Flour dull
and quotations nominal. Wheat . quiet ; corn
dull and freely offered. litisid 855488 s 80.
lirvzsPoor. Paovistoft ntaxnr.-13eer steady;
pork steady; bocon quiet, but rather firmer;
lard dull;, tallow .11rmer. Pot ashes firm atllls
6d4325 ; pearls firm at 385.
The Insurrectionary movements in the Ne
politan provinces are spreading and martial
law has been proclaimed in Abruzza and other
Military executions have taken place at Ve
rona ; the Italian soldiers have been repulsed
at Monteftede ; there have been disturbances by
Garibaldiaus at Course; reinforcements have
been demanded ftom Turin.
The garrison of Rome is being relieved by
other French troops,
The people of Roselle having tittered re
sisten-ce, the soldiers set fire to their
houses, mad the mountaineers being eiasperated
have joined the bands of insurgents.
ly vim, Mr. Gladstone's budget. The Fort
Sumter Fair has created considerable insatica
Raving procured Steam Power Presses, we are
prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING of every
iescription, cheaper that it can be done at any other el
atitehrnenttu the country
RATES UN ADVERTISING.
Four hues or lees constitute one.half squats. Si(
.ii es or more than four constitute a aquaro.
!Tali Square one day.,......
" one week.
- three months 3 00
six months 4 0
(Jae e•Auare one day ... 60
" one week.. ...... 2 Olt
" one month
three months.— ....
" six months.. .
. - one year • • - 10 04
sal -Business notices Inserted in the Lama wing
nsfore Marriages and Deaths, FIVE CENTS PEE
or each Insertion.
,Marriages and Deaths to be charged of regular
and depressed the English funds slightly. The
London Times consider(' ty inexplicable, and
says that many a bar-room difficulty has occa
sioned more bloodshed.
The steamer.Great.Eastern was in the hands
of the Sheriff under execution for Scott Bus
sell's claim. She was still advertised to sail MI
the first of May, and the company had offered
to deposit the amount olaimed in order that
the ship should be released until the difficul
ties are finally adjusted.
FRANCE.—Circumstances confirm, the, state
meat that the French troops will evacuate Sy
ria about the fifth of Tune. The bourse,on the
twenty-sixth was animated, and higher rents
The difficulties of the Greek houses at Mar
seilles were being adjusted by the corporations
of the banks of France and England.. ; ,
The perfect reconciliation betwee4Ge,ribakll,
Cavour and Galdiui has given great malefaction.
Garibaldi has left Turin and after spending
a few dais with the. Marquis`Dr. Pailacroos;
will proceed direct to Caprera,. Denmark. The
government has released the sailors, recently
called out, provided they do not go beyond the
reach of recall at the shortest notice.
SA/LING OF STEAMERS WILEE 1110 1 71 S
New Yoeg, May 9.
The steamer Mantarizas sailed this afternoon
for Washington, with two hundred, and fifty
barrels of provisions, and sixty-five men of the
Seventh Regiment to act as an escort.
The steamer Delaware will sail to-night with
provisions and fifteen pieces of cannon for the
Philadelphia Navy Yard.
The steamer D. F. Hart sailed this morning
for the same Yard, with provisions.
The Second Regiment will leave on Saturday
by steamer for Washington.
ME GOVERNMENT BUYING STEAMERS
The steamer Peerless has been bought by the
United States Government forthe 8 . 11 . 1?1,9f forty
thousand dollars. She will leave, nett week
for New York, viA Quebec and lEfalifu. The
Peerless Is an iron steamer of light draft.
etnth- of (Iraint (Iranspartatim,
&ND AFfER 1811,
J the Passenger Train of the .rfortherMilentral Rad,
way will leave, Harrisburg as follows
GO - ING SOUTH;
ACCOMMODATION rata; will leave at.. 7.40 A. DID
tanranooor., April .28th
k LospoN, April 28
TORONTO, 0. W., , May 9
Northent Central Railway
CIIANGE OF SCELEDULE.
M BAIN will .e.Ave at
iaTREi...'S. TRAIN 4,
The a . iy rraln teavlug South will Eta the Harrisburg
ACCOMNIODATION TRAINS for the'present.
or tort-her information apply at tile Office, la Pena.'
R A ocseal Depot.
8. C. SCENE'Il t Aram
ElictrlaDurg, April ao; 1863..-1.-dtt .
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD:
SUMMER TIME TABLE
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, APRIL 16th, 1861,
Che passenger trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
eniladelpnla as follows
E T WA RD.
rano:rail EMPRESS TRAIN leaves Hart : lsharg at 1.16
a. in. and arrives at West Philadelphia at. 6.10• a. at.
FAST LINE leaves Harri4burg at 6.20 a. m, sad
arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.05 a. at.
FAST RAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.16 p. In.
arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 p. m..
These trains make ties emmection at PhaademMa with
tee New York Lines.
ACCOMMODATION TRMN, No. 1, via Mount Joy,
leaves }lull:a:P.67g 7...0 a. tn., and [cum% at West
Pintadelputa at 12 SO p.
HAIIRISItURG AMOISIAIODATION TRAIN; via Colum
bia, leaven Harrisburg at 4.10 p. m., and arrive: at West
Aunt:l.24ooa at 9 22 p. se.
AIX.X.I.4IMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, via Mount Joy,
leaves Hardin:mg at 4.20 -p. m., connAmlng at Leer
vilto with aatti,l4 BURG ACCOMAIODATIUN TRAIN, and
arrives at West Ptoladelpltia at 9.2,5 p. m.
111/101.IGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves P6119.451pkte at
10.45 p m , Harrisburg as 4.06 a, m, Altoona 3.05, YF
rive:, at Pittsburg at 124011. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia -at 7.50 a. na.
,rrisburg 1.10 p. D 3., :A ltoona, 7.05 p. m., add army;
At Pittsburg at 12.20 p.
Fall LINE leaves ebaude.iptda at 11.40 a. nt., Hanle
i3arg 4.t4 p- m., Altoona 0.4 u p. m., and armies at PlM
burg at 1.00 a. m. . . . _
itAßßlßlttrha AUXIMMODATIOX Matti leaves
ehtladeiplita at 2.Bti p. m., latteaster 0.00 P. m., Ool
unilma 6.40 p. na., and arrives aUlarriaburs.4 8.05 p. m.
AWADIODATION TRAIN, leaves Philadelphia at 4.00.
p Late. , ter 7.44 p. in.,Moant Joy KU Ellsa
betttown, 8.48 p. M., and arrives at Hartiebilrg at
9,0 p. ILL
Attention is called to the fact; that pusetteie leaviag
Philadelphia at 4.00 p. m., connect 60 , U/toaster with
MOUNT JOY Accommoownox TRALLIT; and. arrive at
flarilaburg at 9.44, p. m. •
zupc.. EalL. P 4111111; Railread
REDUCTION IN PRICES!
MERINOES, Plata sad Figured. -
QAFEDIFIIIiB, Plain and Figural. . •
ALL WOOL I) tiLAINES, Extra gqilesi arid Quality.
DROOL Loa) SIEAWLS, afferent mow.
FINE STOCK OF BLANKET 13HAWLd. r-,
The prices la all the above Goadit,ntremediaatlon, will
be f 011,14 "lower than ever," at
said NUS 400 r ta the Harrisburg
„„.. L Or
1.20 P. ft
'8,15 P RY