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aturda) Afternoon. March 15, 18
11.COSICITAK OF MERCHANTS will please take
and be punctual in attendance this fiat 2
A evening at seven o'clock, at the store of
irdleW Patterson, in Front street.
o Kepablicans and Union men of the Third
, ; 1 are requested to meet at the Parke House,
‘satur dm) evening, at n. o'clock, for the
~,,urinating candidates for city and
"Rat hunts" are becoming an
,on" in some parts of Obio. A grand
r,,,,i,runty, in the early part of Jan
in the death of 5,484 rats, whose
for the year, it la estimated, would be
ItrAtLRER AND Aumroits.—The NlLO
coleret S of the several wards of the
Tet ikt night, and nominated fr. John
city ireasurer, and Wm. H. Fele;
jp<L r, and Daniel Epply, as city and-
otos —Our legislative reporters desire
that the list of yeas and nays pub
,,tr,;iey, un Mr. Williams' amendment
!be restoration of the tonnage
Buik tu incorrectly appears as voting
, tlive. lie voted aye.
LoCCK•UP contained about a baker's
tri3aets last night, including "vaga,"'
and several young girls charged with
ug bad hours at a dance house, somewhere
,(1 The entire party had a hearing
hie boar the Mayor, this morning,
;4cygily disposed of the cases.
tr adjourned court of common pleas
ante in this city next Monday. The list
..na forty cases, of which seventeen are
-Juuwrallil oases, consisting of appeals from
ttlement of the Auditor General and State
a•arrr, and Faits against defaulting officers.
tr ial of the coon wilt most likely occupy
time of Ow court during the entire week.
A INT TO FIOUSKIMPUB. Every house
rt, who ucee kerosene or coal or carbon oil,
knee that it affords the best and cheapest light
of all illuminating oils. Bat she also knows
that the tnt expense and annoyance
tr in the lee,iksge of lamp chimneys, al
upit, t quite, c• erbalance the advan
tt.:6 of it,. use. Ore who has thoroughly tried
the experiment of preventing chimneys limn
cri.itiug with the het of the flame, says: Put
t , le glare chimney in lukewarm water, heat to
Wlitg vat, aml boil one hour; after
151,16 lave it in the water till it cools. The
suggeationl6 worth A trial.
lli &sr ro &PLAIN.— fhe insinuation in this
LOllling'S Rr rmt and Union, that the omission
SL. C C. Matthews' name from the list of
7:,e Preqdeots at the meeting of merchants
;IglUeFi men in Braut's Tian last Thursday
z, Nblished in yesterday's TILIGILAPH,
saint of malice on our part, is per
k , epit,g with the well known pro
of the Local editor of that paper to
sec a iiihit,ke. The truth of the mat
that we published the list of officers
nerting just as it was handed to the
STraciry by 031. A. J. llerr, who made
, roar. This list Is still in our pots
oprn to the inspection of the publio,
anybody eau had the name of Mr.
it, we have only to say, in the
of the poet,
must have optics sharp I wean,
see c hat is not to be seen."
oraiwou therefore exists at all, the
uIhEY testa elsewhere, and not with us.
H HOWING.—The throwing a stones by he
street,has always been a great nuts
] one which to not easily remedied by
:wen the offenders are always on the
tor theta, and on the approach•of the
they stutter in all directions. In some
the town regular pitched battles with
di which teen as well as boys Partici'
,ws been common, and the lives and
it only of the combatants, but of those
, ::aineda or curving called into the vi-
endangered. Yesterday morning a
pitsiog along Fourth street, above
;tat-, violently struck on the knee, and
injury, by a stone thrOwn by a
oy at a d• g in the street, and some
L'e we beard of an elderly lady having
a almilar mishap somewhere in ?1ta1..:
..: itiwt The fact is, that any boy seen in
u, of throwing stones in the street should
ki and handed over to the tender
„ Lf his honor, the mayor, who would
irAtt Work of the nuisance.
1: 41, Norts.—The semimonthly number
Counterfeit Detector, published this
n:4eutices forty-eight new bank forgeries
zonth, and the lollowing, on Peunsyl
-1•• tg.k.s, within the last fortnight :
' Cranford County Meadville, Pa.-Is,
1 -v ig I • d bi Id outs
.• au eag pome 011 a 8 e !
:;4right end a girl gleaning and figure /
ie,L,4ile seated near grain, holding an
the etiati and stripes.
"4 Bank, Columbia, Pa.-18, 28, 88:
or in circulation, altered from a broken
lank of the same name, Observe
••.,;..*,'!" of the State and the city, which are
4 of n
/ ° title o f
ende. Most of them haves
•;4 •"" . 41k, Columbia, Pa.-2s, imitation
;,ia'?rtul eagle on a shield, carimnd bridge
"- the left wing of the eagle is
4kl coarsely eng rave d ; right end,
i.k:,a,td child in tiney 2 ; left end, portrait
'loZton. Better t) ore zeouinerefuse all 2e, unless
EM, heading, Pa.-Is, spurious—
sne,al• tires Stc. train of cars in
all lin gr een each aide of vig.;
c four s on right ; locomotive on
-13" k rners.
left , Pa.-55 opinions—lndian and
,4 O tis the hill porrait with 6 above on right...!
4 ; . ! .
tt7 l4 , i r g Boa Pa.-ss, ltered--
S cott ; girls on right. The Is have
Wit of the general.
GRICAT Small Coosa.—Hr. W. 0. Hicock,
of the Eagle Iron Works in this city, sent in a
note at 8 o'clocir this afternoon, Stating that
the excellent barometor in the office of his es
tablishment indicates a severe storm of wind or
rain or both, within ten or twenty hours from
the time above stated.
Rmas ROAD M. E. hinotott Cauaou.—Preacb
ing every filabbath-mOrning and evening in the
Ridge avenue M. R Church. Sabbath school
at 1 P.M.
To-morrow morning Bev. J. Gregg, pastor,
will preach at IA A. M. Preaching in the
Love feast at BP. Y. All -Christians are In
vited to come and enjoy the feast of love.
Union itimennos.—The members of the Union
party in the different Wards of this city will
hold preliminary meetings this evening at their
respective places for holding Ward meetings,
for. the purpose of fixing the time and place to
hold general Ward meetings in the early part
of the week, to place trparate tickebs in nomi
nation for the various offices to be filled on next
Friday. It is very important that good men
should be placed in nomination.
Tam CON'rLNXNRAL OLD rms.—We bare sel
dom, if ever, seen a larger or more respectable
audience than was assembled iu Brant's Hell
last evening at the concert of the " Old
Polio." They fully sustained their reputation
as accomplished vocalists, and the hearty ap
'plause of those preseht fully testified how much
they appreciated the music. The selections
consisted of several pieces of church music, be
sides popular solos, glees and choruses, all of
which were rendered with fine effect: The
troupe consists of twelve performers,moet of
them dressed in ancient costume, and one of the
ladies, Mrs. Nichols, had a dress which was
wore by Queen Elisabeth more than 800 years
ago. It was presented to her in London by a
lineal descendant of Lord Bur Leigh Mrs. Bhep
beard and Mrs. Nichols are both fine vocalists,
and nndered their solo; with great sweetness
and flexibility of voice. The troupe will give
another concert this evening, and as the pro
ceeds are to be devoted to a laudable and patri
otic purpose, we feel assured that there will be
a .ull house on the occasion.
Powess' Som.—lt is a great satisfaction in
visiting a large city to find a hotel conveniently
situated and having a certain homelike. air about
it,ltud therefore we heartily commend rowans'
Ham, New York city. Its proprietor, Mr. H.
L. Posses, has recently made large additions
to it refitted, in fact modernised it, until now
it has all the substantial conveniences of first,
class toms without their eachorbitant charges.
Its tables are laden with the enbatantials and
luxuries of the season in abundance.; itacham
bets are roomy, with good beds and sufficient
toilet appurtenances, while from its widows a
better view of Broadway can be obtained than
from almost any hotel situated. upon it. The
lattice parlors are specious and beautifully fnr
niabed, so lima even a rainy day in New York
can be plrantly spent in viewing the pancr
rama of a great city, as it moves on with sights,
scenes and incidents ever changing, and hardly_
equalled upon any stage. With its advantages
of situation,lhia hotel has long been it popular
stopping place for merchants visiting New York,
bat now, under its present management and
with its recent improvements, we anticipate a
"perfect rush." Among the regular boarders
at this hotel is Commodore Neirr, Barnum's new
man in miniature, who is said to be a bard nut
to crack, and whose jokes keep the table in a
It is a matter of some interest to our readers
to know that they oui find in New York city a
hotel situated directly opposite the Astor Souse,
offering to its guests the convenience and accom
modations of a first class house for the unirm
ally moderate charge of one dollar and fifty
cents per day, and we recommend them to try
Poyang' Holm. They will find that its propri
etor possesses the accomplishment of knowing
how to keep a hotel.
Bwoan PRISIIINTATION.—Ono of the soft plea
sant parties which it has been our good fortune
to attend, convened at the Farmers' Hotel last
evening. The object of the meeting was tbit
presentation of a sword to Capt. Wm. E. Beet,
of the Eleventh Pennsylvania Volimteers, com
manded by Col. Richard Conker.
We have witnessed many presentitious,, but
thiti one exceeded them all in truthful senti
ment and manly feeling on the part of the
loyal and generous donors. •
The following are the remarks of Mr. B. G.
Peters, who was designated by Capt. Sees'
friehds to make the presentation:
Captain Sees—ln behalf of a few of your per
sons' friends, I present you this sword as a
token of their sincere friendship, and feel,
mitred, whilst I am doing so, that Ispeak with
confidence when I say that you will use it in
defence of our glorious cause—the Union and
Constitution of our country. Go then, and
join your regiment, and be assured that you
have the best wishes of your friends for your
success, and the success of the cause you are
defending. Wishing that you may be blest
with health and strength to conquer the foes
of our country, and return to your home with
honor to yourself, and victory to the muse you
are about going to defend, I hand you this
sword in behalf of your friends.
In acknowledgment, Capt. Sees replied as
friends—For this elegant token of your es•
teem, accept my sincere thanks. Rest assured
that in my hands it shall be used as effectively
as it is possible for one man to do, whose
strongest desire is to aid in *rushing out this
wicked and unholy rebellion. And be assured
that if ever the opportunity offers to use it,
that tbe thought which will inspire ape with
courage to strike hard and sure will be that
friends like you thought me worthy to repre
sent you in this sword.
Capt. Sees Is well and favorably known
our community. He served the country in the
three months' service, in the Eleventh Regi
ment, undersea. Jarrett, and probably there is
no man of his age that has been brought up
n4magst Its who has more admirers and friends.
l'heiCaptain left this morning to jOin Lis reg
melt, agnonaptuded with the kindest wishes of
his many friends.
euntipluattia taaiti telegraph. eaturbap 'Afternoon, Starch 15, 1862
Cm' TRNASURBIL —Mr. Editor : Will you
oblige the tax-payers of this city by suggest,
ing the name of ALEXANDER. WATSON as the
Union candidatd for City Treasurer. Mr. W.
has been a faithful officer, and rendered im
portant services by saving the credit of this
city on more than one occasion. This import
ant office ought to be filled by the best men,
without regard to party; aLd as Mr. Watsi.n
has proved himself a true and loyal man, we
hope the tax-payers will insist upon his being
a candidate, and his election is certain.
MARRIED WOMIN Law.—There Is a very gen
eral mistake in the community as to the power
of married women .to bind themselves by con
tract, and this mistake allows a great deal of
swindling to be carried on under the name of
married women. A married man being insol
vent seta up business in the name of his wire,
perhaps calls himself her agent. She, or he in
her name, makes bargains, signs notes, gives
bonds and confesses judgments. Persons deal
ing with such parties, knowing or believing
that the wife has property in her own right,
and thinking that her obligations are good,
give her credit. They probably find out when
foo late that the note, bond or judgment con
fessed by a married women, though she may be
worth thousands, is not worth a copper. No
judgment can be obtained against her on any
contract, note or bond, which she enters into Or
gives, and a judgment confessed by her is
mere nnlity. She may, possibly, give a judg
ment for the purchase money of real estate she
buys, though this is by no means certain, and
she by 'uniting with her husband can execute a
mortgage, which will bind any real estate she.
may own.. With these exceptions, all the
documents she may sign in the way of obliga
tions to pay money, are not worth the paper
they are written on, a fact which every one
ought to know. There have been swindling_
operations carried on all over the country
for years by the married women dodge opera
tions which should have sent some of the par=
ties to the penitentiary, and it is important
that the public, to escape being swindled fur
ther, should know what the law is. What
makes the matter worse is, that a man and his
wire being one person in contemplation of
law cannot be indicted for a conspiracy to cheat
their creditors when the fact is perfectly eO
- but can pocket the money and laugh at
those who were fools enough to depend upon
the contracts of married men.
Haw Goons.—l am now selling off my entire
stock of goods at and below
_cost, or 25 Per
cent. cheaper than you can purchaee elsewhere,
viz: fine linen shirt, 75 eta. to $1 ; shirts, 60
cts. and 60 eta. with linen bosoms; 'Welt
shirts, 60 eta ; under shirts and drawers, - 40
cts to 87 cts., all wool ; monkey jackets,.6o'
cts. to $1; cotton and woolen hose 10 cts. to
16 cts ; silk ties, 12i, 16 and 18 eta ; collars,
8 cts. to 16 eta. a piece ; ladies' collars, 4 and
cts.; cuffs, 4 and 6 cts. a piece; under
sleeves, 18 eta.; fine cambric at 18 and 18 cte.
per yard, worth' 26 de.; Marseilles bosoms of a
new style, and fast collars, 1211 eta.; all linen .
bosoms, 15 eta akd upwards. If you want
cheap and good goods just go to James A.
Lynn,, at the Harrisburg Cheap Shirt Manu
factory, where he is selling off without reserve.
H. 8.-Bbirts, &o. made to measure, Room
twit to Hummel & Killinger's grocery store,
12 Market street.
Two HUNDILZD Paces of beautiful new spring
calicos; a large lot of bleached and unbleached
muslin of the best make ; blue checks, at
14 cents per yard ; white stockings, at 14
cents; another lot of those good white rib
bed stockings • ladies' pocket handkerchiefe,
at 14 cents; Children's pocket handkerchiefs,
with - border ' 5 cents • shirt breasts 14.,
16 and up to S7} ce nts; 26 pieces new pant
stuff ; understilits and drawersvery cheap ;
cotton and woolen socks, at all prices ;
40 dozen woolen stockings, for children, 14
cents; 11 yard bleached muslin 1.4 cents ;
all wool French merinos, all colord, at 62 and
76 cents. Having bought the balance of the
stock of a city wholesale house of plain and
figyed Swiss muslins, brillants, white cam
bncs, Ransack and Victoria lawns, suitable for
dresses, as those goods will be very scarce and
I dear neat summer now is the time to buy. Our
stock of Furs at cost. S. Lzwr,
Rhoads' Old Stand.
The only Harmlege and 132fflable Dyerllnown 1
All others are mere imitations, and shonld be avoided
Ifyon wish to escape riAlcule.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed • blatantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Slant, without the least
iniury_to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN 11 1 •DALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wn. A. BOUHELOR sine 18 9, and over 200,000
applicatkine have been nude to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Wit. A. BATCHRLOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is wAnammai
not to injure in the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill treats of bad Dyes remedied. The hair
Is invigorated for life by this splendid Tlye,'which isyprop
erly applied at No. 16 Bond Street New York.
Sold is all the ekes and towns of the United Slates, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name William A. Biatchelor
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the . four
sides of each box.
Wholesalo,FactOry,lll Barclay St.,
Late 288 Broadway, New York.
A LARGI Tex PAYBR
HAIR DYE! HAIR, DYE I
Win. A. Batchelor's Bair iye I
A CARO TO TECO LADIS4
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES
"Read the Reeving certificate" from one of the ~ first
ladies in Utica, N. Y., who called upon my agents in that
city (lir Wm. Bristol lk C 0.,) anti told them that she, of
course, did untwist , her name made public, but if any
one should dotibt the wcalerful efeciencygf Da. Before
eo's Golden Pills. they might refer any 'y to her, as
she considered it a deity. as welt plea su re, to her
knowledge of their efficacy, as admitilitereit to her
daughter, a young 1 ady 17 years old. she was fast go
ing into consumption—had taken cold—nature became
obstructed Two boxes of these Golden Pills entire
ly cured her, and see Is now in ro bust health.—
"We wer Articular in baying the genuine. Full and
explicit directions accompanying each box. Price 91.
Sold wholesale and retail by 8. A Basarvairr, No. 2,
Jones Row, end O. K. Rums, 91 Market street, Harris
burg, Pa. - By sending either of them Si 00 throught he
Harrisburg Net Office the Pllis will be sent ecnadentially
by mail to any part of the country; "free of postage„c
N. R.—Look out for counterfeits. Bey no cloliten
of any kind olden the box is signed 8. D. Howe. Ail
others is a hose Imposition and unsafe;
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of be,
ingteunbugged out of your money ) , buy only or those
who show the signature of 8: D. Howe-on -every- bar,
which has recently been added on account of the Pills
being counterfeited. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are trade known to every Agent, and they
are safe, and will perform claimed for them.
Sold o leo by, T. L. Luniberger, Lebanon ; A.J. Kauff
man, Mechanicsburg ; Marks, Lewistown •8. Billett-
Carlin* iB. G. Wild, Newville ; O. Allick, Shipeens,
b urg; J Spangler, Chambersburg; E. T. hiller, York;
J. A. Wolf Wrightsville ; 8. S. Stevens, Reading ; and
R. P. Hunter, Reading, and by .1131) druggist. in every
town and village in the United States, and be
S. D. HOB%,
Sole Proprietor. New fork..
CANDLES, Country Soap, Fancy Soaps
oral Mode, far sale by
Cerner - Frout and market streets.
fro LET.—The comilodiono Store Room
JL on Market Bre, a4peeentui the "Jones -lime,.
(ooverlers Hotel. OEI4S. O. It4WN,
Hanuenvini, Re 24, ON. hib2s-1;o4
FEMALES ! FEMALES ! FEMALES !
Use th 4 d fo, Pleasant Femedy knows as •
BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCEU,
For all Complaints Incident to the Fez.
No Family -boull be
Without it, "
And None will when once
Tried by them
4 Is used by
YOUNG} AND OLD,
Et e Deo the e-t
after end Befo-c Marriage,
During an Afar confinement.
o eirengthen the.Nerret..
iteetote at.Acire . to its Prop-r Maria!, an
Invigorate the Broken•down Contplenton.
Zone aionatetor tame
USE NO MORE WORTHLESS PILLS I
RELMBOLD'B EXTRACT BMW.
Sea advertisement in another column. Corn out and
send for it. - marl 2 d2m.
LIGBEFABLY to the provisions of an act of
the General Assembly of this .'Common
wealth, approved the twenty-fifth day of Febru
ary, L. D. 1862, whicitis as follows:
A SUPPLEMENT ,to _ an act in , relation to public
printing, approved the ninth day of - April,
one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.
Sacrum 1. Be it awned by the ante and House
of Repr esentatives of the Onnsnonsoealth of Pennsyl
vania,- i n Greneral *nobly tad, and it is hereby
enacted by the, authority of the sante, That the con
tractor or contractors for the public printing
and binding, shall hereafter be allowed for the
translation of Knglish matter required to be
printed in the German language the sum of forty
cents per thousand ems. Provided, That no
charge shall be allowed for figures or other mat
ter not actually translated.
Sic. 2. That in addition to the charges al
lowed for the furnishing of blanks, by the elev
enth section of the act to Which this is a supple
ment, there shall hereafter be allowed for down
red ruliog five 'cents per quire of twenty-four
Sec. 8. That,it ith the intent and meaning ß t.
of the act to which this is a supplement, thlt
there shall be no charge allowed for composi
tion on any extra documents ordered, unless
the composition has actually been performed,of
which an affidavit of the public printer shall be
required by the Auditor General.
Sso.• 4. That on Tuesday the eighteenth diiy
of March, one thousand eight hundred and six
ty-two, and on the fourth Tuesday of January
every third year thereafter the Legislature shall
meet in joint convention in the Hall of the
House of Representatives, and let the public
printing and binding for three years according
to the provisions of this nEt, and the act to
which this is a supplement, except that but one
week's public notice may be given of the time of
the allotment for tne year one thousand eight
hundred and. sixty-two. Provided, That the
bonds with the sureties of the several bidders
shall be duly executed, sealed up and delivered
with the proposals for the printing and binding
and in addition to the condition now required
by law, shall be conditioned that in case the
bidder or bidders to whom the printing and
binding shall be awarded, shall neglect or re
fine to accept the same at his or their bid, the
paid bidder or bidders w.Jth his or their sureties
aforesaid shall be liable to the Commonwealth
for the difference' between the amount of such
bid_and the amount of the bid of the person to
Whom the printing and binding shall be award
ed, after such neglect: or refusal. And provided
&raw', That said bonds shall be accompanied
with, the certificate of the President Judge of
the-Court of Common . Pleas of the district or
districts in which such sumtiesmay reside,- or
t*e of the absence or otherinability of such
PrWerit Judge with the mrtlildite of the asso
ciate Judges of the'connty in which such sure
ties may respectively reside, that said bond and
sureties are sufficient to secure the Common-
Wealth to the amount of the penalty thereof,
which certificate shall be authority to the
speakers to approve said bond:
Notice is hereby given that the Speaker of
the Senate and House of Representatives of
said Commonwealth will receive proposals until
the 18th day of March, 1862, for doing the Public
Printing and Binding for the term of three
years from the let dayof July next, at a certain
rate per centum below the rates specified in the
acf relating to the Public Printing and Binding,
approved the 9th day of April, L. n., 1866, and
according to the mode and manner, and condi
tions, therein specified, and in the supplement
to said act above recited.
Said proposals to specify the rate ptri (mitt=
ou the whole of the rates of said act taken
together,and not a specification of the rate per
ceotimi elow the rates on each item.
The following is the fdrm of proposals for
the State Printing and Binding:
"I, ~:proposeto do all the State Printing
and'Binding:ln the manner and in all respects
subject to the provielons of the act of the 9th
of April, A. D. 1856, and the supplement there
to, approved February 25th, A. 1862, for the
period of three years from the first day of duly
next, at the rate of -- per centum below the
rates specified in said act, and should the State
rziriting and Binding, as aforesaid be allotted to
me, I will be ready forthwith to give bond, with
Sufficient sureties, for the faithful performance
'of the work soallotted," which laid proposals
shall be sealed andendorsed % "Proposals for
Public - Printing and Binding ; mid shall be
diretted to the said Simkers, and be delivered
to one or both of them to be opened, announced
and;allotted, on the 18th day of March inst.,
agreeably to the provisions of the act of 9th of
April, 1866, and 'the supplement thereto, ap
proved Febrtiary 25th, A. D. 1862.
ELI SLIFER, -
' Secretary of the Commonwealth.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
tNOTWE is hereby given that the part
nerstilp heretottra existing betreest William A.
lutt and Jacob It. Croft, in the laileriag businest, was
dissolved on the llth Cape March, 1862, by mutual
combat'All those indebted to the lite Arm 'will please
make payment to W. 4. or .1.. a, Croft.
WILLIAM A. ORM,
• • JACOB tt. owl?.
lliatatmune s March 12, 1882.
TO THE PEELED.
The undentigned having purchased the entire stook
and fixtures of the late firm. and having made large ad
ditkins thereto, Is now prepared to execute all orders
wadi neatness and despatzh.
Thankful for the , very liberable patronage heretofore
extended to .he firm, he hopes, by strict persona atten
tion to bu,lnces to merit a continuance of :the same.
;gala-date • W. A. CS Offf.
TO GRAIN OONTRAOTORS.
THE BALTINORR BAG FACTORY,
No: 77 South Street, Baltimore Md.
IS PREPARED to furnish Government
Contractors and others with Linen or Cotton Bags of
ail aims, promptly for cash at low prices. Oafs and
Coon antradors will find it to their advantage to givente
nail. JOHN 0. GitAFFLIN,
Baltimore, Jan. 17th, 1862. • iy24-2md*
AIL OF THE DIFFERENT SIZES, -
WHITE AND COLORED.
The bed article manufactured, can be found at
Neat door to the Narriabut% Ban k-
JOHN a szartErs
'BOOT & SHOE STORE
otatana MOND AND WALNUT BTh.,
ALWAYS on-hand, large assortment of
SOOTS, SHOES, GAITESS, • ko., of the very beet
ettefithse; for, ladies, gantlemee, , ead- stallions , weer,—
Prices to suit the time. All kiwis of WORE MASI . TO
OBOXR ih thetiout litifavierior workmen
OCOSalif KM B. Harrinbarg.
BR ANT'S HALL.
IMMENSE AND TRIUMPHANT SUCC
IN AID OF THY FUND FOB TEN
SICK AND WOVNDED SOLDIERS
, SATURDAY EVENING, March 15,
POSInvtLY LAST CONCERT
A GRAND MATTINEE
AT 8 O'OLOOK 2V-DAY.
Children to ltiattinee, 6 de. Adhlta 26 eta
Mrs. ENHA J. NICHOLS
The Eminent Soloist will sing Willis' Anthem
to Liberty. •
MRS. GEORGIE SHEPPARD, -
MR. J. T. GULICK, and
Iri New Solos, assisted by the full Chorus of
Doom open at 7 o'clock—to commence at 7I
TICKETS OF ADMISSION..
RESERVED 'SEATS 10 cents extra, can be
.the day at Dr. Bannvart'sDrng
Store. , marl4-dltmae..
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE.
WILL APPEAR ON
MONDAY EVENING, March 17th, 1862,
ASSISTID BY TIM CELZBEATED
The Quizzical and Excellent Delineator of Character. This
will be the most Brilliant, Varied and
Offered to the Citizens of Harrisburg for years.
Reserved Seats in Orchestra 15 cents extra.
Doors open at quarter before seven o'clock—
to commence at half--past seven.
Niel-10.LS & BOWMAN,
Corner of Front and Market Streets.
(V. Hummel's old stand,)
lIAVE determined to place their entire.
GROCERIES, PROVISIQNS, FRUITS,
at prices to suit the present hard times, and re
spectfully call the attention of the citizens of
Harrisburg and vicinity to their extensive stock
of_goods, consisting of
SUGAB3, SYRUPS, •
TEAS, COFFEE, •
FLOUR, FISH, Sao.
We have also gone to considerable trouble in
getting the sale of several brands of
All of which we warrant to be
NON-EXPLOSIVE, TRANSPARENT AND
FREE FROM ODOR,
as far as practicable. Among others, we have
NATRONA, MAGNOLIA, MUIR,
All of which we will sell wholesale or retail,
and lower than any other Acta. in Harrirburg.
Also, all hinds of
CDT, F.UNT AND GREEN GLASS:WARE,
We also invite attention to our well selected
and extensive assortment of -
Call at NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market Wear
98 .Market street, Rarrisburg, Pa.,
XTEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the best
jr makers,Nfrom $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MANUFACTURED. DISTIIII.
RENTS, FROM $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Aocordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, 'Banjos, Tambourine's,
Violin and Guitar strings and Mini" at
cal merchandise in general.
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
'band. ?dude sent by mail to any part of "the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOOD
Suitable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pietureaalways on hand.
A fine assortment of best plated
From smallest to hugest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at. the
SEEDS SEEDS I , SEEDS
JUST received and. for Fale at the Agri
erdtaral Store, no Market street, the
LARGEST STOCK . •
or fresh and genuine Garden, Plower and neld Seeds in
the testa out side of Philadelphia. Garden Seeds at
THREE CENTS.PER PAPER,
WARRANTED to contain as much as can be bad
ibr fine Cell& anywhere else, and in Belk, at prime which
man of be under mid. Also Agdeulteral and Homed.
tural Implements for the season. I invite attentiod to,
my stook. DAVID
snail-1442w „ 110 Market street.
AuousTINE L. ,CHAYNE.
'CARPENTER 4/0,,,, BUILDER.
Raido c iwa. 27 Net& Second Street.
N.R--JOBBING} ATTENDED Tp.
TIT compliance with the charter of the city of
Harrisburg, notice is hereby given to the
qualified voters of the Several wards of the said
city, that,sut election for persona to fill the
various offices of the said lily, will be held at
the following places, on the third Iriday of Nerds,
being the 2lat day of said month, 1862, betwten
the hours of 9 o'clock, A. M., and 7 o'clock, P.
tr. of said day :
in the First ward—the qualified voters will
meet at the School House on the corner of
Front street and Mary's alley, in said city, and
vote for one member of Common Council, one
person for Constable, one person for Assessor,
one person for Judge, and two persons for In
spectors of election, in said ward ; and School
In the Second ward—tbe qualified voters will
meet on said day at the &moot House on the
corner of Dewberry alley and Chestnut street,
and elect one person for Common Council, one
person for Constable, one person for Assessor,
one person for Judge, and two persons for In-
More of election, of said ward ; and School
In the Third ward—the qualified voters will
meet orr raid day at the School House,• comer
of Walnut street and River alley, in said city,
and vote for one person for Common Council,
tine'person for Constable, one person for Amas
ser, one person for Judge, and two persona for
Inspectors of election, of aid ward ; sod School
In the Fourth ward—the qualified vuterl
will meet on said day ,at the School House in
West State street, and vote for one person for
Comixion Council, one person for Constab
one person for Assessor, one person for Judge,
and two persons for Inspectors of election of
said ward ; and School Directors
In the Fifth ward—the qualified voters.will
meet on said day, at the dairy of John Foster,
corner of. Ridge road and North avenue, and
vote for one person for member of Common
Council, one person for Constable, one person
for liseresor, one person for Judge, and two
persona for Inspectors of election of said ward ;
and School Directors.
In the Sixth ward —the qualified voters will
meet at the School House on Broad street west
of 'Ridge avenue, and vote for one person , for
Constable, one person for Assessor, one person
for Judge, and two persons for Inspectors of
election In said ward ; and School Directors.
At the same time and places, the qualified
voters of the several wards will vote tot one
person for City Treasurer and three persons for
Given under my hand at the' Mayor's Mace,
March Ad, 1862. WM. H. KEPNER,
HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION
COMPOUND FLUID EXPRACT 8110017,
A Positive And Speedde Remedy
For Xmases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
Thu Medicine increases the power of Digestion, and
mites the ABSORBENTS let healthy action, by which
the WATERY OR er&LOARSOUS depositions, and all EN
NATURAL ENLARGEMENTS are reduced, as well as
PAIN AND INFLANATION and is god for
MEN, WOREd OR CHILDREN.
Arising from tweezes, Habits of Disidpittlon, Early In.
discretion or Abuse.
ATTENDED wrm THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power
loss of Memory, Diamity of Betathing,
Weak Nerves, .Trembilsg,
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision, Pain lathe Bask,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,
Hot Hands, Flushing of tlie Body,
Dryness of the Skin known', on toe Face,
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, while? this med
icine invariably removes, soon Rdlows
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FIfE
IN ONE OR WHICH THE PATIENT MAY EMPIRE.
Who can inty that they *re n net fivione, By followed by
those "DIREFUL DISEASM,
~ I NSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of
NONE of their sabring, •
• BUT WILL CONF&S.
THERECORDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,
dad the/Manch* by consuespntos,
=AB AMPLI 11171311M170 MB TIMM OP MIS ABI3IRIIOIII.
THE CONSTITUTION ONO , •:. AFFECTED WITH
&Noires the aid of medicine to Arengthen and
Insigorst , the System,
Mick IlmAmotrrs EXTRACT HUMID invariably does
OLD OR YOUNG, ffINGLM . MARRIED, OR 00,1TEMPLA.
IN MANY AFFECTIONS PECULIAR TO FRHALES,
the Extract. Beam is unequalled by any other remedy,
as In Ohlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Pateralsm', or
Suppresalo nof Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or
Schrhous elate of the Uterus, Leuoorham Whites, Steil,
ity, sad for all complaints incident to t h e sex, whether
wising from Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in
DIZOLINII 0.8'011.41V0R OP LIFT.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT t
TAXI NO MOEN Hutu*, Maw, OR critnnuarr NM/
Oaf. NOR ONPLIJOUNN AND BANCO/NOW DONLEINS.
lIIILMBOIJA9 EXTRACT BMW
In su their Stem At little Hyenas ;
Little or no change In nd Di et ; . No inconvenience;
A no Hyosure.
It causes a frequent desire and gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions.
Preventing and Caring Strictures of the Urethra
Ailaying.Pain and Imdammation c so frequent In the
class of diseased, and expelling ad Poisonous, &stand
and worn-cut Mallet.
thoneuma crow Tuatraarrne
WHO SLAYS BEEN THE nriuts 01 1 QUALM',
and who have paid 'MAW PM to be mired In a Awl
time, have found they were deceived, add that the
POW' hang, by the um of "POWiand. aerannumm, been
dried up In the system, to breath out in an aggravated
PBBHIPS AFTER MARBLIGE.
I:Yee Etzucoomoklixreaor Buono for en effective, and
diseases of the
whether Witting to
MALE OR FEMALE,
From whatever cane originating andn.matter
110 W LONG S rANDING.
Ilsamses or these Organs require the aid of WIRE WI
DELIMBOLD'S EXTRACT BITCH II
IS THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And is certain to have the desired effect in all Diseases
FOR WHICH IT IS RECOMMENDED.
Eridseee of Me most reliable and respentibla Chareeter
will accompany the medices.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES
From 8 to 20 years, standing,
WONI NAKIS KNOWN vo '
EICISNCB AND FAYE.
Price per bottle, or six for 86 00.
Delivered to any address, securely packed from aster
DICSCEdBiI EIYIKPTONS IN ALL COSGIVNICATIONS.
Cures Guaranteed 1 Advice Grath!!
Penousibr appeved before me, an Alderman of tho
oity of Philadelphia, B.CLAISOLD, woo being ditty,
sworn, cloth say, his preparations contain no narcotic, so
nt3reary„ or other injurious drugs, but are purely one.
E. T. HELMBOID.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23d day of No
Tauber, 1354. WM. P. MISDEED, Aidentuut,
Ninth St, above Race, Phila.
Address letters for information in confidence to
IL T. EXEMIOLD, Chemist,
D e pot, me South Tenth St.. bed. Chestnut, P
filE WARE ON' GOTINVICIALTACTEsthiIa,
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Who endeavor to dispose "Or TEM OWN" 11111 d "012111"
MMUS On TM RIZOTATIONIISSIXID HT
RelaboltPe Genuine Trutt's:444a s,
P- - v : 4 ' Burlin,
" " Sarsaparilla,
" billeeved Rose Wash. = - ; +a
Sold by C. K. ieller, D. W. Woes, J. Wyeth, (I a.
AND ILL DETTOBIST4 EVERYWHERE.
ASEC li(12 HELMBOLArd. TegA,Ro maga.
Cat out . the adverthieutan. &Misted tor it..
AND. ATOIDIMPORSTION AND EXPOSITSE.
98 Market street
EISIMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCEIC,
♦ TELL WITI. °own= TEM MOST lIIIMPTICIAL.
y r ... ; \.. r .
OPAL OIL, Natruna,Aagnelia,
Arid other non-erploeire brands, for este low by
- 'NICHOLS & BOWMAN,-
. 2. • .- Coreer Front and Menet meets,
Awmag B ',1.--Freeti garden Seed*
from salmi, Philadelphia, for ale by Nichols
corner of Mont and Market alma. Rai.