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1 .(18) Afternoon, April 5, 1562.
rver ,—.llvor's Wice--The city lock-up con
quite a large number of tenants last
o gut co usisilog entirely of " drunks and
;ill of whom upon a h.;aring before the
m i u,s• this morning, were properly disposed of.
LECNRE. Ttie fourth lecture in the course
up bell ot the Young Men's Christian Assl
will be delivered by the Rev. Dr. Hay,
if, tilt' L ~ ti . ~rau Church, Fourth slreet, on
evening next, April Bth, at half-post
Veil Subject " Reminiscenses of a Residence
NO-LETTER SYSTEM ABOLISHED.—On the 21St
of JOS try, 1862, the President approved an
act rosed by Cougresa. authorizing the Post
%. D. rartment to return all dead letters to
tlidr writes, which new system works more
ivo.) I le will wish less expense to the Govern
ilia All letters not reaching their destine
instead of being burned by the cart load,
are now carefully sent to the writers, and double
p o ;bige collected. The following notice on the
e n velope enclosing the dead letter to the post
n titei explains the further object of the new
• The e nclosed letter is sent to the writer,
odes an act of Congress, approved January 21,
1361, If not delivered, and double postage col-
Imed, as r, quired by this new law, it must be
returued to the 'Third Assistant Postmaster
General' within one month, with the reasons•
fur toinglelivery endorsed on it, according to
section 199 of Vost.Office Regulations.
If retained a longer period, the postmaster
will be he ItLiceoun table for the postage, whether
deliver. dor not. The date of receipt at the
pest•othee must be marked on the letter.
"The postmaster will not allow the envelope
to be opened before receiving the postage."
Too Muca Weiss.—The Norfolk Day Book
—se:esh--complain that the rebels imbibe too
freely of the ardent. It says :—"ln the cars,
at the shanties, at the groceries, in village
tar, roe and city hotels—whisky. Officers with
gold Lice wound In astonishing involutions
upon their arms, private soldiers in simple
howespun, and civilians in broadcloth, all drink
with gnat ene-gy and perseverance. They
drink it, too, in quantities which would aston
ish the nerves of a cast-iron lamp-post. and of
El quality which would destroy the digestive or
gans of the ostrich. Truth is often unpleasant
tell, but the public safety demands that the
vice is question should be rebuked and re.
formed, for It Is a fact which the press should
neither palliate or conceal, that whiskey which
is no more akin to rye than rye is to coffee=
whisky which is of the unadulterated tangle—
first, chain lightning distillation; is guzzled
down in a manner alike revolting to public
decency and the general good."
Passoves.—This Jewish festival week
commences on the evening of the 14th instant,
hen there will, as usual, be a general sus
pension of business among all persons of the
nelrew faith, and religious services will be
heli in the Synagogue. Daring the contin
,ince of the feast the faithful eat of unleavened
tread, and on the two first and last days ab
stain trem all labor. In preparing for this, the
mast import int religious festival in the Mosaic
abed-r, a large quantity of unleavened bread
mamfactured and distributed throughout the
'lnitrd States, some of it being shipped even to
the West Indies and other foreign ports, where
there ate co facilities for baking it in the
quantity required. Flour of the finest quality
u.rd. It i, mixed with water only, forming
thick paste, which is flattened out and sub
ate] in an oven to a temperature of 212 deg.
/ twit thoroughly dried, which forms it into
It dense and more or less hard cake, about the
ireet a dinner plate. From the small moisture it
0-tirains, it mry be kept a long while without
mouldimr or becoming sour. Any baker may
eceive permission to make it upon agreeing to
confor m to certain regulations laid down for
A MEMENTO OF SOUTH CAROLINA CHIVALRY.—
have before us a copy of a hand bill sent
brie by One of our volunteers at Edisto
Island, South Carolina, advertising the public
sale of a prime lot of human flesh, at the above
tamed place. The bill reads as follows :
EI GHTY NEGROES.
BY LOUIS D. DESAIJSEIRM.
MONDAY, 14th February, 1862, at 10
clock A M., will be sold at the residen e of
te cite William Seabrook, Sr., Esq., on Edisto
.4 Prime Gang o Eighty Negroes,
a cnittum e d to the cultu f
re of Sea Island Cotton
F.lut gin g to the estate of the late Robert C.
TER3ts—Fur the Negroes, one third cash ;
t"Wince in one and two years , with interest
, (lay or silo, secured by ond, mortgage
personal security. Purchasers to pay for
follow the names of the negroes in
t tra , rical order, ccl Jimmy, driver; 2 DaphnY i
C+ae servant ; 3 Charlotte, field hand; 4
e, gardener ; Mary, nurse ; 6 Bella,
61, and so on up to number 80, whose name
hero, and described as a held hand and'en•
lbe sale it seems did not take place on the
by indicated, in consequence of the previous
`xespati en of the Island by the United States
i ' °6 l , s and the non attendance of the "chiv
1,F," who had suddenly "vamosed the
the rancho„ on the first appearance of the
taiga loi COS.
of The fallowing is written In ink at the bottom
, ' As the above property has not been disposed
h iqueatti it
Yu li r egiment P. ;FatherW
„N"lii hiss. S*haut &AMOK.”
cattkr Cosker was formerly the pastor in
totirge the Catholic Churches in Middle
ti W ay %la county, and Elizabethtown, Lances.
dcouliuty. He is certainly to be con g
et Pun his good luck, but we fear he is
much in the condition of the man who
kit ght the elephant-he w on't know what to
40 with them.
A Baum little three year old was sitting in
his mother's lap, a few evenings since, when he
asked, "Are the stars in heaven?" The mo
ther, of course, responded in the affirmative
when the little fellow put the further question,
"Are the stripes there, too, mother?"
THE QUARTER MASTER GENERAL of the Stare
of Pennsylvania acknowledges to have received
the following donations for the volunteers:
From the "Mill Creek Soldiers' relief associa
tion," Tioga, box hospital stores, consisting of
9 bed quits, 2 coverlets, 6 sheets, 5 pairs pillow
cases, 7 pillows, 4 bed ticks, 1 blanket, 12
towels, 7 shirts, 11 pairs slippers, 2 checker
boards, wines and jellies, and other articles.
from Union aid society of Warminster, Bucks
county, box hospital supplies, containing 2 cans
peaches, 4 jars prunes, 4 cups jellies, 1 bowl
grape jam, 1 jar stewed grapes, 1 jar gooseber
ries, jelly and pickles, wine, cider, vinegar,
catsup, mustard, prepared wheat, farina. cocoa,
rusk and crackers, 12 handkerchiefs, 1 pair
slippers, 1 box lint, 10 pillows, 2 pillow cases,
&c. From the Ladies' aid society of Hatboro,
Backs county, box containing 8 muslin shirts.
8 Canton flannel shirts, 7 pairs drawers, 26
towels, 6 bedtieka, 1 sheet, 1 package tract.,
11 pairs carpet slippers, 5 pairs woolen socks,
1. mattress, 18 head pillows and slips, 13 limb
pillows and slips, 16 linen handkerchiefs, 25
muslin handkerchiefs, 4 double wrappers, 14
pieces of bandage, 3 sling handkerchiefs, and
other articles. From Ladies' aid society of
Coatsville, box containing 4 bedticks, 7 quilts,
18 ring pillows, 12 pairs slippers, 4 gray shirts,
6 pairs drawers, 8 red flannel shirts, 11 pairs
socks, 7 pillows, 22 muslin shirts, 2 ags band
ages, 15 pairs drawers, 23 pillow cases, 24 tow
els, 86 handkerchiefs, 18 sheets, with many
other articles. From Miss Anna M. D. B. Ried,
Mrs. Matilda B. Th , mas, Mrs. E. Lascelle, Miss
Minerva Bennett, Miss Julia Bennetr, Mrs. Sid
ney L. Hawthorn, Miss Rebecca Hawthorn,
Mrs. Harriet Withson, Mrs. Elizabeth Ebbs,
Mrs. Harriet Bennett, Mrs. Eiza Graves, Mrs.
Sarah Carl, ealene R. and Harriet M. Shields,
(two little girls,) Eli Thatcher, Miss P. Winter
bottom, Mrs. Lambert Clark, Mrs. Elizabeth
Raab d, Mrs. L. A. W. Pyle, Miss Bell Hosted,
Mrs. Joseph Jones, Mrs Julia Shea, Mrs. Mary
Fullerton, A Friend, and five schools, all of
Westchester, 3 boxts of valuable hospital atom s
embracing every variety of articles.
R. C. HALE,
Harrisburg, Pa., April 3rd, 1862.
BEADING NOR TUB ARMY AND NAVY.—Proba
bly but few, even of the religious public, are
fully aware of the great work that is going on
in supplying our vast army with religious read
ing. Not far from six hundred thousand men
are in the field ; our navy may be reckoned at
tens of thousands, and there are from twenty
to thirty thousand suffering in our various hos
pitals, In addition to these, there are several
thousands of prisoners scattered through the
North, and the " Contrauands " at Fortress
Monroe, Hilton Head and elsewhere, who
should be included in the charities of the be•
At the commencement of the war, the
American Tract Society, New York, began to
supply the army and navy with their valuable
publications in several different languages
Some fifty thousand German soldiers in the
army have been almost wholly dependent on
this society fur religions reading. Books, tracts
and handbills have been issued and circulated
in unprecedented numbers. It has been a
common thing to 14sue editions of a tract num
bering from fifty thousand to one hundred
thousand. And. the whole number of pages
distributed, and that of the purest and choicest
kind of reading, cannot be less than from
tw. nty to thirty millions.
The demand for these publications is con
stantly increasing. The pressure upon the so•
clety for grants the last six months has been
incessant. Appeals are constantly poured in
upon the society from chaplains, officers, sol
diers, army committees, nurses in the hospitals
and others, throughout the whole extent of the
army and navy, from Kansas and the Missis
sippi gunboats On the west, to Washington,
Fortress Monroe and South Carolina on the
east, and Ship Island on the south, urgently
asking for the publications of the society.
Every day appropriations are made to meet
renewed calls. The society has placed sixty
thousand volumes of books in the hands of
soldiers and sailors, beside tracts innumerable ;
yet not a day passes but a number of applica
Lions are made which the society has not means
to meet. Thousands of dollars have been ex
pended in this generous and noble work, and
the results have been most gratifying. Our
soldiers are intelligent to an extent wholly un
known in any previous large army. They wel
come reading—they crave it. They cordially
and courteously accept the offer of any religious
book, tract or paper. The amount of good that
has been accomplished has been beyond all es
timate. When off duty, when confined to the
hospital, when thoughts of home and frievtds
have made the heartlander, when the prospect
of battle and sudden death has quickened a
desire for religious truth, then these books,
tracts, hymns, papers and handbills, have pre
sented, in simple and touching words, the story
of salvation, and many have yielded to the
power of the gracious truth. Can any patriot
or Christian, any friend of the soldier and
sailor, who peril their lives to save all that is
dearest to us on earth, do aught else than en
courage so noble a work ? The society pauses
just now, and asks for help to put out for our
brave soldiers over two hundred thousand
copies of a series of books lately written ex
pressly for the army and navy. To carry on
this great work, the society depends wholly on
the charities of the people.
We understand that the various evangelical
churches of this city propose to aid in this work
by taking up contributions!. Let not our sons,
brothers, defenders, be forgotten ; but while
they fight out battles, and win our victories,
let us seek for them the high and blessed
knowlege of saving truth.
New Goons.—l am now selling off my entire
stock of goods at and below cost, or 25 per
cent. cheaper than you can purchase elsewhere,
viz: fine linen shirts, 75 cts. to $1 ; shirts, 60
eta., and 80 cts. with linen bosoms ;
shirts, 60 eta ; under shirts and drawers, 40
eta. to 87 cts., all wool ; monkey jackets, 60
eta. to $1; cotton and woolen hose 10 cts. to
18 cts ; silk ties, 121, 15 and 18 eta ; collars,
8 cts. to 15 cts. a piece ; ladles' collars, 4 and
6 cts.; cuffs, 4 and 6 cts. a piece ; under
sle e ves, 18 eta.; fine cambric at 13 and 18 cta.
per yard, worth 26 cts.; Marseilles bosoms of a
new style, aud fast collars, 121 eta.; all linen
bosoms, 15 eta and upwards. If you wa , ,t
cheap aud good goods jest go to James A.
Lynn, at the Harrisburg Cheap Shut Manu
factory, where he is sailing off without reserve.
N. B.—Shirts, &c. made to measure, Boom
next 'to Rummel & Milner's grocery store,
Pranspluanta Oat elegraph, eaturtrap 'afternoon. 'April 5, 1862.
Tint FINK Wittnuts. of 3esterday was termi
nated last night by a cold north-east rain,
which continues at the time of writing, with
very little prospect of an early change for the
CARPET ! CARPET! CARPET !—Having returned
from New York, I now have on hand, and I
am daily receiving from the New York auction
sales, a large assortment of goods, which I offer
cheaper t hau ever. 20 pieces of carpet, from 37i
cents up to 87 cents; 40 pieces of beautiful
Curtain muslin, very cheap; splendid black
silks at 75 cents, worth 90 cents ; good black
silk at $l, worth $1 26 ; black silk 32 inches
wide at $1 10, worth $1 37'; very fine black
Bombazin at $1 10, worth $1 50 ; sum
mer sake at 60 cents a yard ; 10 pieces of
the finest Irish linen at 75 cents, worth $1 ;
1,000 hoop skirts, at 60 76 and $l, very cheap.
Great bargains in stockings; 20 dozen hem
stitched handkerchiefs, at 25 and 31 cents,
cheap. Wholesale buyers we respectfully in
vite to our large stock, all bought for cash at
New York auction. Having a buyer in New
York, we arts daily receiving job lots from the
weekly sales, which we promise to sell at city
prices to wholesale buyers. S. LBW;
m3l-y Rhoad's old stand.
ELAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!!
m. A. Batchelor's flair Dye 1
The only Harmlegs and Reliable Dyer Known !
All °there aro mere imitations, and should be avoided
If you wise to escape
GREY. BEG OR Rustle Lunt dyed instantly to a
beautiful mot natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Hair or Baia.
FIFTEEN DAL 9 AND DItNAISIA.S have been awar
ded to WM. A. )UW1111.012 sin as 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
or his famous Dye.
WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE peoducen a color
not to be distioguisbno from nature and is WARIIIO/111)
not to injure in tar least, however long tt m iv be contin
ued, and ibe dl . &cis of bad D. es remedial 'llhe hair
is Invigorated for life by ibis splendid Dye. which is prop
erly applied at No. 16 dour' Street New York.
lo all the elms and towns of the United Slates, by
Drugaiets and Fancy Gonda Dealers
The tienuino has the name William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
Ades of each box.
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES
"Read the lii to ing certificate" i'roni one of the first
ladles in Mika, N. Y., who called upon my agents In that.
city (tir Win. Bristol & C 0.,) and told them that she, 01
course, did not Mis , her earns made public, but if any
one should doubt the won ierfut eillciehey of OR. 'MON
00'8 Golden Pills, they might refer any lady to her, as
she considered it a duty, us well as a pie &sure, to het
Knowledge of their efficacy, as administered to her
daughter, a young lady 17 years old. .s tie was fast go.
iug into cons .imptisn—had taken cold—nature became
oUstructed. Two boxes of these Golden Pills entire
ly cured her, and ens is now in r.ibust . health.—
“We mer ;articular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicit directions accompanying esch box Price /.I.
:Sold wholesale and retail by 0. A Bedirmurr, No. 2,
Jones Row, nd C. R. K utak, 91 Market street, 'Harris
burg, es. By sending either of them 11 00 throughi he
Harrisburg Poet Olfide the Pilis will se sent °tallith:smelly
by mall many part of the country; "free of postage.”
f. o.—Lo.k out tor counteriens. Bey no ..ditten Pills
m any Kind winks& the hos we signed S. Howe. All
.were is o nose imposition and sue 11, - .; therefore, as
du value your lives ...ad health, (to say nothing of be
Le: humbugged out of your mousy,) buy only of these
who snow the signature of 5. 11. Rowe on every hex,
has recently woo a•umunt et We Plitt ,
"ramierielte% Thy ingredients composing the
above Pills are made known to every Agent, au • they
are safe, end will perform all claimed for them.
Sold also by, T. L Lumbarger, Lebanon-; A. J. Kann . -
nm, klechanicsburg ; searga% Lewistown ;S. Riliott-
Carats° •8. G. W il d, Newville ;1. C. Ailing, Shippens,
burg; . 1 Spangler, Chambereburg; E. T. uiller, Yora ;
J. A. Wolf, Wightavilte ; 8. 8. Stevens, Heading ; and
8. P. Hunter, Reading, and by "one druggist" hs every
town and viii %go in the United States, and by .
1862. SPRING OPENING 1862.
Black and Second Naming Dress Goods,
Shawls, Veils, Collars, Fa.
Fan, X yard wide Lupin's all wool Helaine&
Supe for makes of Bombazine:.
Splendid• Styles of French Gingham.
Large stock of Lustres and w Ina 'ass.
e Back anl Purple Dress Silks.
Plain black English Rep Si ka.
Black and white Floward Silks
Purple and Black do.
aei Plain do. do.
as Small Checked do.
jg all wool Delainesi
•—• Fig'd all wool Delabial,.
con Eng. Chintzes
• Mohairs, &c.
Long Blank Tbiblust Sbawts.
Square Plaid BI ick and White Shawls.
Square Tbltibet Black Shawls.
z yard Wade Thibbet for Shawls,
Very Superior nglish Crepe Veils, all sizes.
large stock of Suglish Crepe Collars, all sizes
.; Black bordered Hem Stitch Handkerchiefs.
Black (Roves of every description.
Wh to Seo'nd Mournful( Collars.
Sett of Collar nod Sleeves.
Silk and Cotton Hosiery
Bl a a u c u k vi Lo n, v B e Ki V d eils
•-• Belting do.
Particu'ar attention is paid and invited to our
stow of the above goods. We are constantly re•
(miring new add! lens. Purctaters will always
find a full asvertment.
CaTLICART k BRO TURF.,
Next door to the ff. irrnstuirg Bank.
a 5 No. 11 Market Square.
rtiWO Frame House on North Alley. En—
_L quire of Mrs. mintualr,
ap4-s3l Corner of Fecond acd Pine Ftreeta.
BROKE OUT IN A NEW , PLACE.'
HAVING removed my tobacco and Se
.ar tore from Market .quire to Jearket street;
o. 69, (Hetlicao's old ataud.) Irt t rn thanks lot pact
patronage, ano hope by strlA attend mbutdaeos to re•
come a coninua,ce of the sam-. I wilt ail I continue to
p a good t.uppiy of ch,,artug 8.311 smutting tooacco,
sears, pipes, &o. , [spilt ASV) WM. WY auFF.
A LL persons having claims against the
/116.. es , ate Ot Mrs. Hand t bird, late of the .ity of idar
riabera,wdt present the a.m • at the law °dee 01
Juoll W. Brew°, fraq , 1. order that they may be paid.
Awl to a 0 got WI g thamseivo3 indebted Lo the 8...a1ts wttl
piease pay up whotau , delay. F. JutcouN i
A BOOK FOR THE TIMES.
American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Im
portant Events for the Year 1861. In 1 vol.
8 vo. over 750 pages. Cloth $3, Leather $8 60
Published by A. :Appleton Bs. C 0 ..., New York
The design of this work Is to furnish a record of all
the importsm knowledge of the y, et . The events of tae
war, owing to their prominence, will, of course, occupy
a conspimous par, bus all other bra. ches—So once, Art,
literature, the Mechanic Arts, &c., wit reeve due at -
rention. The wor: witl be published exclusive y by
aubsaiption, and ready fo, deitvery in June next.
Ad it ass J. F. .9.PKASeIAUGII, klarri. burg. Pa..
General Sleet t DP. D. APPLE f 0 i &
of Ciroulsre desetiptive o the work.
TO RESTAURANT KEEPERS.
FOR SALE.—The stock, good will and
fixture and lease of the Beituruut under Wy4tes
trial', /44mM:our& apply tut th, premised a r t a
J. AIX 18N,
a2-Iw* Brpad street, West Harr sburg.
GU al-LA J.A.L.LAY.—A large supply. just
WM DOCK, Ja. e 6..
Wholwatie Factory, 81 Barclay St.,
Late 2.83 troadway, New York
OARn TO THE L&DIB:4
S. D. SORT,
Sol 4 Prvrielor. • Ne A , York
em abrertis ennuis
CHARLES A. BOAS,
RAG REMOVED 111E4
WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE
To No. 7, Market Square,
)* below the Buehler nom.
CJ E nt lias constantly on hand a large stock
WATCHES, JEWELRY and PLATED WARE
of all deacrlptlont. Watches and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. apr2 dim*
JOHN B. SMITH
HAS removed his Boot and Shoe Store
om the come of Second and Walnut etreets to
IN. 108 MARKET STREET, •
Next door to Ha , nes Agriculture Ftere, where be intenda
to keep all rinds or lino a a-d Shoes, Gait •rs, &a., and a
larg sio <k of Tronkz, and everything in hi 3 line of bu
siness ; and will he thankful to receive the patronage of
his old customers and the pubr in general at his DoW
plam orbu-iness. : All kinds orwo-k made to order to the
bent i•tyie and by superior workmen. Peprirlng done at
ahert notice. [apr2dtf]
JOHN S. SMITH.
T. J. HUMES,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
HAS opened a paint shop in Strawberry
alray t near Third a root, two doors trout the •• Pa
t' lot and Ihron" office,where he le prepared to prompt
ly eitet me all orders tot to hie care. fie balm prepared
to whiten o-iliege end centre plea a.
IWarehouse and Store formerly °e
carded by Gros & Kunkel suitable for a iorwardlog
louse and commission business. havinr a private &disk,
and being sitgiateu on the can d and Pennsylvania rail
read; there is evsry facility for doing a forwarding busi
A STORE ROOM,
suitable for a wholesale and rem I grocery. Possession
given Immediately. Inquire on the premise; of
MCI". O. KUNKEL.
apr2-2wd* Canal rreet between State and Walnut
1862. APRIL SECOND. 1862.
CATHCART & BROTHER,
No. 14, MARKET SQUARE,
Next door to tha Harrisburg Bank.
GEO. W. MoCALLA,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
• N 0..38, 451N5L,..
Market Street, Harrisburg.
HAS constantly on hand a large stock
WATCHES, JEWELRY and FANCY ARTI
CLES, PLATED WARE, &c.,
Watches and Jewelry neatly repaired.
N B. Don't turget the placid, opposite the Jon es'
AGENTS,. READ THE CONTENTS OF
11 DI/IE PA.O7PbO -2110E101d
PIMA 10 UgzsilEi.
:beets Commereial Note 1 Design of Work Basket.
Pater Ames tor the eocpal Circle
6 Envelopes to Match. I Design for Zone's Jacket
1 sheet blo ling Paper. 1 Design Ladies' Under-
General Advice to Letter sleeve.
. W. Hers. 1 Design Travelling Dress.
25 Ways for Eating Money. 1 ves.gn tor Girl's Basque.
Advice for Dunes' Totlet. 26 Valuable Recipes.
1 Design for Soya' Clatter. 1 Calendar tor 186 k.
AL€O A PIECE OP VALUABLE JEWELRY.
We only ask one visit from our customers to convince
&loose ves. tend stamp tor
W. H. 65.TFLF & CO,
148 NUMMI sweet.
Jewelry, Stationery, Recipes and Designs for
LADIES AND CHILDREN.
A GENTS can make one hundred and
fifty per cent in ever oity, town or village by en
sits.ng in this new enterpase.
tip sena stamp for a circular.
S. C. 13.112KARD & 00.,
mar.3l4llw No. 102 Nassau street, New York.
PALM LEAF MATTRESSES, •
COT lON TOP MATTRESSES,
CA.liir STOOLS, &0., &c.
On hand and for sale at the very lowest rates for cash
Bair Mattresses and Spring Bottoms made to order,
HAIR MATTRESSES, &0.,
Reptered and made equal to uew, very reasonable, al i at
N 0.109, Market street., between Fourth and tifth, by.
mgra 2mO J. T BAKNL,Z.
• 'KEYSTONE NURSERY.
11EIE subscriber having taken the mau
l_ agement of tate nursery, Is i repared to supply its
old patrons and to hers with all the leading and well test
ed, besides many new and highly recommended veri
FRUIT, SHADE, ORNAMENTAL
TREES, SHRUBS AND VINES.
The varieties of trait trees have been selected and grown
with ipe.as: reference t • the wants of this market, and
embraces the mat (tearable
APPLES, APRICO I'S,
CHERRIES, DWARF AND STANDARD.
PEARS, DWARF AND STANDARD,
GRAPE VINES ()fall good native varieties.
LAWTON BLACKBEIII 4 Pi, &c.
THE IIdNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT,
Includes shade Wet for streets eni lawns, Evergreen
trees from one t tweve feet high, Evergreen and De
adllollS Mule's, 80. JACOB fgii
WM. T. BISHOP,
OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO WYETH'S HALL,
OPPOSITE NEW COUR7-HOUSE.
Gonmiltations in German and English.
ELEGANT styles and patterns of Wall
Paper for 8,10, 12, 16 and 26 create per roll.
Atte iargest and most varied stoat 0
Wall Paper, Borden, Window Blinds;
Curtin and Fixtures
ever offered to tble city. Being bought for cash, It wit'
be Oxi as a very,ern al profit.
par pemewber the piece,
Scludlees Book Store,
Market stmet, %Testa lime Drug :Awe, tiarrietwrg. 4
QBENSWARS t .-Glassware, litoneware,
and Earthenware, new styles. to sale by -
NIOEIOLS A, WMAN,
m27-y] nerthesda emir of Trent and Market streets. A
BRANT'S HALL !
METAMORPHOSED INTO A
For Magic, Second Sight,
Prestioculaney and Prestidigitation.
FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY !
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 7th,
Ind the Two following Nights,
And Wednesday Afternoon at 2 o'clock.
4gr First , appearance in Harrisburg for ten years of
the pre eminent *lnlet,
Known throughout the Globe as the
GREAT WIZARD OF THE NORTH
AND ME ONLY
PRESTIDIGITATOR, PHYSICIST AND TRAVELER
And the only Artist in the profession of Magic who
performs wth the entire AliiiNNOS Off ANY APPA
RATUS, and who can alternate hi Performance with il
lustrations of the Mechanism of Magic, using an appa
ratus which coat S3OOOO.
No Master of 'lie Made Art has practiced this art more
successfully, became more eminent traveled further. or
achieved more wondrous derda than PAW. ANDERSON.
OK MONDAY EVENING, APEIL 7,
Will be produced the Great Magico-Drama of
A NIGHT IN WONDER-WORLD,
OR THREE HOURS IN THE RFALM4 OF ILLUSION,
amid tht WONDERFUL and EN
CHANTINfI. The Entertainment tie og on tit , same
scun of grandeur as recently produce' by the I !Venus
at the Academy' f Magic. New York, Ao•dcmy or Manic.
B town; academy of Diu ic, Brooklyn and Yike's tpera
Pianist, Retro Remincient Clairvoyant and Second Sight-
et sybil e atilt/FR-10N
The Fail' of the Portfolio . NDE 'Sit&
Mr. J. n. rliDitßsuN, Jr., Eno-Dynamist hixtraordi
Doors open at T, performance to commence at 8 o'clock.
*dud Mon 25 ,ents. Reserved seat., (body of 1-all t )
50 cents. apra-dtd
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE,
Third Street, below Market.
S. S. SANFORD - - - Proprietor and Mengel
Also, Sanford's Opera Hoube, Philadelphia.
Adm'asion, 260ta I orehestra Chairs, 50els
Chauren • 16 :Feats m k"riva.e box, 76 ‘•
Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Performanoo to commonc
at 7,44 . o'clock.
TWO OPERA TROUPES
WHO WILL APPEAR IN THEIR
Stilted Efforts forming a Galaxy of Stars,
Not to be Equalled in the World
HIE BEST GOODS FOR THE LELST NONNI
BOOTS AND SHOES,
sad at all
Next door to the Court House,
Also a general assortment of TRUNKS, VA
LISES and CARPET BAGS, at the lowest
cash prints. mar2B dBm-•
385 & 3671 BROADWAY,
CORNER, OF FRA.NICLIN STREET,
- NEW YORE.
11.1316 first-class house—the most quiet,
L homelike, au I pleaitant hotel in the city—offers
superior inducement.Lo thuds visiting N.,W YORK for
ruttiness or pleasure. It is central to its location, and
kept on the
thcoinectiiin w ith
where refreshments cad be had at all hours, or served
in their own rooms. The ch fires are moderate, the
memo and attendance of the first order—baths, and all
the modern conveniknoe attached • meSBm
pORTEMONAIEB WALLETS, POCK
et-booke; 'Bankers' Cases, Ladies' 'Cabs - Stadium,
Ladles Traveling :atchels. We are constantly receives,
additions to our stock of the above goods, and neces
sarily have a fine assortment of the latest styles. We
respectfully Invite persons waotieg to purchase any a
the above articles to examine the stock---knew lug mist.
a greater variety or better goods canno. be found In the
KELLER'S Dreg and Fancy- Storei
in Market street, one doter east of Fourth steeet, south
JERSEY RAM. I—Trri tierces of these
justly celebrated sugar cured , hains, received UM
for ea e large or amok quantities.
WM . . DOCK, JS. & CO.
UNION REST A.URANT,,.
BILLIARD AND BOWLING SALOON,
NO. 119 rum= STREET, NEAR letirl'H.
f HE subscribers having erected a 'erg e
building at the above plaue, expraasly for the guru o
nes above indicated, begin ballthe "attention of the pub
lic to the following :
Ins RishtosAsr, on the first floor, with a dining room
attached, is fitted up in flrabciass style, and it will at all
times he suppled with the beat OYSTEKS to belied In
the Atlantic cakes, together with terrapin, fish, and all
kinds of game in season. Oysters served lip in every
style, and meals to be had midi hours. The Ales of all
the..milebreted breweries in the country constantly on
The Tee-pin Alley, or Bowling Saloon, le in the rear,
awl contains three alleys-ol modern construction, where
the lovers of this healtcyexareise can enjoy themselves.
The Billiard Saloon hp:Stairs ;-elegahtly fitted up,
and cantatas three marble top e , mbinotion cushion ta
bles, equal to any made.
Barneburg has tong felt the want of a grand cambin•
ation of this loud, and as the proprietors are determine •
to conduct it in a quiet and orderly dimmer, and do eve
rything in their power to insge it a fee mumble resort
they nope to receive a liberal snare of public patronage
jita-dir What,' mo C. IlaFa DnleN
NEW HoUdE FOR SALE.
frEIE new frame house now being bit
j. on Slate street uslowSecood, end be eni hed by itt ,
lat of April, inekLung paving, gas -nd water Wire& Ap
ply to ulloltqE C NH.Ls,
xrarl9-dtf No 6§ Market street
20 BUI.LD.ING L O T S FOR SALE.
ASHORT distance west of .the capitol.
frosting on Grand- and Hammond Lane. Prices
*Do to 5200. Tercrut:roesonatde by GEO. 0,, Ngys,
mar2l-d , m • No. 66 Markrt street
'll. Choice Teas, Black and Green,
It, g and 1 pound papers. for sale sr
NICHOLS h BOWMEN'S
6 , •ornar Front And nnrket streets.
NEW GOODS.—We invite attention to
our now deck of goods jugt received and fur sale
'ow by M iIOLS s BOWMA',
~.ed'oerol Bunt. .nd wierket etreets.
LOGS ,ASSORTMANT, of Family
A Bibles of different styles of binding , at ap e. 51 26
bo, i 3, ggigt,.gb andslo. Also Pocket Of ar•
Banns styiesand prices at , SPHARBB'lliponnstpm
NIC H OLS & BOWMAN,
Amer of Front and Market Streets.
(V. Hummel's old stand,)
HAVE determined to place their entire
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRUITS,
at prices to snit 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
FLOUR, FISH, &a.
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 Eis practicable. Among others, we have
NATRONA, MAGNOLIA, LUCIFER,
All of which we will sell wholesale or retail,
and lower than any other house in Harrisburg.
Also, all kinds of
CUT, FLINT 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 atreeta.
93 Market street, Barriaburg, Pa.,
1 7: 11. INT CO el
NEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS. from the bee
makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MANUFACTURER INSTRU
MENTS, FRuld. $46 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeous, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in general.
Dig LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
band. Music sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT . AND ROSEWOO
Suitable for looking Rheims, and all kinds of
pictures always on hand.
A fine assortment of beet plated
LOOKING GLASSE S
From smallest to largest sixes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
98 Market street.
100 BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
THE suhecriber offers for sale. on terms
favorable to purchasers, ore hued ed burtne lots
rari >only situated In the [torte western and (eaten' parts
of the city of Harrisburg , . tin Penn street, Foster avenue,
HOS* street, Ridge aventta, aid on but° street, east or
'attom meet, between said creek and the Harrisburg
Vor further particulars inquire or the subscrlbsr ro
4ding on Front street in Said city. JIRO; FOR9TER,
. PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER,
WOULD respectfully inform his old
patron' and the public roundly, that he will
. ..patinae to rive inetructlons on the PIANO MATT., NV
IDDEON, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROTIaI
BASEL will w'th pleasure watt upon puns at their
oomes at any hour desired, or lemma will be elves a
.ais residence, la Third street. e few doors below th
rifirMan PArnlemod Chnreh. Anrelf—flit
ALL OF THE DIFFERENT SIZES,
WRITE AND COLORED.
The',best article manufactured, can he &tend at
Next door to the Barriaburg Ban 1.
ALE, PORTER AND BEER,
'TOTICE is hereby given to the citizens
131 of Harrisburg, that the undersi g ned has authorized
Mr. B. Ma g er to receive orders for any of my matteac
tures. The collectin g will be attended to by the under.
&geed.ll orders left as above will be promptly at
tended to.. GEORGE LAURA,
feb22-dtm. Pottsville, Pa.
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
NAZARETH, Northampton county, Pa.
Eno. of access from Harrisburg by railroad to
Easton, and thence seven miles by stige.
Rev. EDWARD H. RRIOEIEL
115.8 ms Principal
GARDEN SEEDS.—Just received a
large invoice of eddee Garden Feeds—comprising
a greater vaciety of intoorted and home greenti than
has ever been offered to this city. Those who may
desire to purchase, Gan pepend up m getting the best in
the world, at the wnoteaaie and retail evoeery store of
WM. DOCK, JR. & CO.
SOLDIER'S CAMP COMPANION. - A
very oonvmuem Wrining Basic • aleO, Portfo l los,
Memorandum Boots, Portmonomes, dic., at
n2O deIIEFIVER'S BOOKSTORE.
COAL OIL and Carbon Oil, it is now
generally conceded inn be sold lower by us than by
soy other house in town. ALI brands for -ale by Nichols
Bowcatn, corner t root sod !dulcet streets. m7-y
CRAB ClDER.—eonatantly on hand a
Tory superior article of JULT •ta Oft 411 019111.
WI. DOCK. JR.& CO
—Noe. 1 and 2 Mackerel, in whole
or half barrel, for sale low by
NICHOLS & B OWSIalf,
m 27 y) north east corner of Front and Barket streets.
Fl'.—Mackerel Doe. 1, 2 aid 3, in
whoe or half barrels. Frost' incui a for title low
NI HOG • ac . BOW %AN.
corns!" of Front oud Mu et streets.
Q . l ORE ROOM to rent, apply t 3. Dr.
to Kim +ell. at Alre. Flitak s bo.rdlug Woo, Btk OeMa
li.rea row, repond sh eet al•gt*
COAL OIL, Non explosive, Chimneys,
NJ Covers, Elisd.s, Lampe of aLI kinds, for sale low by
Nttitiolli at ni..)af MAN,
m 27- 3 ,7 n•.rth•eaat corner of Front and Market streets.
SOAP, Garrison, Country and Fancy, for
sale by 1.;k1.1[ &
na:47-y] north-eutt corner of Front and Market streets.
AMILY WAtAiLtslo- BLUE, as excel.
loot substitute for Indigo, for as to at the wholesale
ou.d retail grocery 31313 of
NIOHOLS & BOWMAN,
corners( Yrout and Market streets
CRUSIicD, br ken boar, flue and coarse
pulverised and other euo.ore for Saba by
b,14,110L0 a BUR - MAN,
C ner 40 • a rk,- 0r....
QMOKED BEEF.—A. splendid lot, large
1.) and well cured.
we DOCK, JR. al CO.
O. 1 MACKERAL in Kitts, half bar
robe and barrels, at the Mew Grocery and Previ
sion Mere, Front and Market streets.
NICMOLS At BOWMAN.