Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, April 07, 1862, Image 3

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    ailjZetitgrao,
O APRIBHURC PA
p l ow Morning, April 'l, 1562.
- The fourth lecture in the course
a tick ilf 01 the Young Men's Chribti Asso
i3Eitai, will he delivered by the Rev. Dr. Hay,
it the Let! emu Church, Fourth street, on
d& t.y evening next, April Bth, at half-p .st
Sultject —" Reminiscences of a Residence
criermany."
131 1 la LIT little three year old was sitting in
61, m other's lap, a few evenings since, when he
askol, "Are the stars in heaven?" The rim
„, cour6e, responded in the affirmative
alit n the fellow put the further question,
” Ate file stripes there, too, mother?"
NAP LEITER SYSTBM ABOLISRED.—On the 21st
o f 1862, the President approved an
act ptvsed by Congrese, authorizing the Post-
Otb Drpartment to return all dead letters to
ir write's, which new system works more
staewidy and with less expense to the Govern-
All lettere not reaching their destine
tioo, instead of being burned by the cart load,
are now carefully sent to the writers, and double
postage collected. The following notice on the
e ,relups enclosing the dead letter to the post
master explains the further object of the new
The enclosed letter is sent to the writer,
under an act of Congress, approved January 21,
1:',61. If not delivered, and double postage col
hied, as rt quired by this new law, it must be
returned to the 'Third Assistant Postmaster
General' within one month, with the. reasons
for 13 ,,n delivery endorsed on it, according to
Nihon 199 of Yost Office Regulations.
"If retained a longer period, the postmaster
will be held accountable for the postage, whether
delivered or not. The date of receipt at the
post.otlice must be marked on the letter.
"The postmaster will not allow the envelope
to be opened beforo receiving the postage."
Too Mum Wniss.r.—The Norfolk Day Book
—mash—complain that the rebels imbibe too
freely of the ardent. It says :—"ln the cars,
at the shanties, at the groceries, in village
caverns and city hotels—whisky. Officers with
gold Ltde wound in astonishing involutions
, pou their arms, private soldiers. In simple
owespun, and civilians in broadcloth, all drink
ith great ene•gy and perseverance. They
rick it, too, in quantities which would aston
,h the nerves of a cast-iron lamp-post. and of
quality which would destroy the digestive or
es of the ostrich. Truth is often unpleasant
tell, but the public safety demands that the
jce in question should be rebuked and re
rrned, for it is a fact which the press should
iither palliate or conceal, that whiskey which
uo more akin to rye than rye is to 'coffee—
hisky which is of the unadulterated tangle—
, st, chain lightning distillation, is guzzled
,iv a in a manner alike revolting to public
eucy and the general good."
The PASSovnt.—This Jewish festival week
, eneeces on the evening of the 14th instant,
en there will, as usual, be a general sus
eMu of business among all persons of the
.brew faith, and religious services will be
di in the Synagogue. During the *antic.-
tweof the feast the faithful eat of unleavened
d, and on the two first and last days ab
•in trona all labor. In preparing for this, the
of important religious festival in the Mosaic
wader, a large quantity of unleavened bread
manufactored and distributed throughout the
• , ittd Stites, some of it being shipped even to
e West Indies and other foreign ports, where
re are no facilities for baking it in the
aodtp required. Flour of the finest quality
e9d It is mixed with water only, forming
thiih paste, which is flattened out and sub
, tui in an oven to a temperature of 212 deg.
.ucii thoroughly dried, which forms it into
deh=rand more or less hard cake, about the
nner plate. From the small moisture it
it mty be kept a long while without
ou rhii; or becoming sour. Any baker may
Cis. erunceion to make it upon agreeing to
ru to certain regulations laid down for
' 1 ince
A Moit.Yro (1 SOUTH CA.BALINA. CRVIALItt.-
‘, More ua a copy of a hand bill sent
1 one of our volunteers at Edisto
•south Carolina, advertising the public
e , Prime lot of human flesh, at the above
ace. The bill reads as follows:
ESTATE SALE
/GUT Y NEGROES.
B LOUIS D. DISADESIIRE.
'I ,, NsAr, 14th February, 1882, at 10
A will be sold at the residen..e of
Vllijtllll tieabrook, Sr., Esq., on Edisto
.4 Prime Gang of Eighty Negroes,
d to the culture of ..Sea Island Cotton,
to the estate of the late Robert C.
k
[am,. —For the Negroes, one third caeh ;
and two years, with interest
'/ ,, Y of s tie, secured by bond, mortgage
P'reon.al secuilty, Purchasers to pay for
lacy follow the names of the negroes in
,riral order, eel Jimmy, driver; 2 Daphny,
r ` , . , servant ; 8 Charlotte, field hand ; 4
' , de, gardener ; 5 ILtry, nurse ; 6 Bella,
and so, on up to number 80, whose name
°r , , ) , and described as a field hand and en
tar
`sale it seems did not take place on the
I Ldie.ded, in consequence of the previous
LlPatini of the Island by the United States
' Ps and the non attendance of the "chiv
," wh o had suddenly "vamosed the
Niche" on the first appearance of the
nee tomes.
The following la written in ink at the bottom
the bill:
'l3 the above property hail not been disposed
' 1 6- 9uratti it to Father ld'Oosker, Chaplain
re4iLuent P. V.
Dias. SARAH Sraintoofc."
Nber It'Cottlier waa formerly the pastor in
4 4e of the Catholic Churches 'in Middle
wti, this county, and Elizabethtown, Lucas
tttlolluoty. Fie is certainly to be eongrata-
Putt his good luck, but we fear he Is
.•
It/7111 tich in the condition of the man who
°a
tght the elepintot-:he won't know what to
with theta.
Tax QUARTER Mama GZNICRAL of the State
of Pennsylvania acknowledges to, have received
the following donations for the volunteers:
From the "Mill Creek soldiers' relief associa
tion," 'Doge, 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.
r rom 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,
&o. From the Ladies' aid society of Hat boro,
Bucks county, box containing 8 muslin shirts,
8 Canton flannel shirts, 7 pairs drawers, 26
towels, 6 bedticks, 1 sheet, 1 package tracts,
11 pairs carpet slippers, 6 pairs woolen socks,
1 mattress, 18 head pillows and slips, 13 liob
pillows and slips, 16 linen handkerchiefs, 2b
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 pails
socks, 7 pillows, 22 muslin shirts, 2 bags band
ages,
15 p tins drawers, 23 pillow cases, 24 tow
els, 86 handkerchiefs, 18 sheets, wit many
other articles. From Miss Anna M. D. B. Rigid,
Mrs. Matilda B. Th . mac, Mrs. E. Lascelle, Miss
Minerva Bennett, Miss Julia Bennett, Mrs. Sid
ney L. Hawthorn, Miss Rebecca Hawthorn,
Mrs. Harriet Withson, Mrs. klizabeth Ebbs,
Mrs. Harriet Bennett, Mrs. E.iza Graves, Mrs.
Sarah Carl, m}lene R. and Harriet Id, Shields,
(two little glue,) Eli Thatcher„Miss P. Wintdr
bottom, Mts. Lambert Clark, Mrs. Elizabeth
Hush d, Mrs. L. A. W. Pyle, Miss Bell Husted,
Uri. Joseph Jones, Mrs Julia Shea, Mrs. Mary
Fullerton, A Friend, and five schools, all of
Westchester, 8 boats of valuable hospital stores
embracing every variety of articles.
R. C. HALE,
Quarter-Master General.
Harrisburg, Pa., April Bed, 1862.
BEADING FOR THE ARMY AND NAVY. —Proba
bly but few, even of the religious public, are
folly aware of the great work that is going on
in Supplying our vast army with religious read-
Not far from six hundred thousand men
'train 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. Liaddition to these, there are several
thousands of prisoners scattered through the
North, and the " Contrabands " at Fortress
Monroe, Hilton Head and elsewhere, •who
should be included in the charities of the be
nevolent.
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 for religious reading. Books, tracts
and handbills have been issued and circulated
in unprecedented numbers. It has been a
common thing to ilsue e4itions 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 flora
tw. nty to thirty millions.
The demand for these publications is cone
stantly increasing. The, pressure upon'the so
ciety for grants ` the last' six Months has heen
incessant. Appeals are constantly poured in
upon the society from obsplains,officers,
diem. army committees, nurses in the hospitals
and others, throughout the whole extent of the
army and navy, 'front karma and the Missis
841'0 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
tions 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
-1 come reading—they crave it. They cordially
and courteously accept the offer of any religious
hook, tract or. paper. Thaamount of, good that
has been accomplished has been beyond all es
timate. When off duty, when confined to the
hospital, when thoughts of homa and friends
have made the heart tender, when the prospect
of battle and sudden death has quickened a
desire for religious truth, then these boas,
trews, hymns, papers and handbills, have pre
sented, in simple and touching words, the story
of salvation, and many , haye yielded to the
power of the gracious truth. Carony 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 f The society pluses
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 our battles, and win our victories,
let us seek for them the high and blessed
knowlege of saving truth.
CARPRT ! CrAJIPB 1 WARM I—Raving returned
from New York, I now have on band, and I
am daily receiving from the New York auction
sales, a large assortment of goods, which Inffer
cheaper than ever. 20 pieces of carpet, from 37i
cents up to 87 cents ; 40 pieces of beautiful
Curtain ateslin, very cheap; splendid black
silks at 75 cents, worth 90 cents ; good black
silk. at $l, worth Si 25 ; black silk 82 inches
wide at $1 10, worth Si 37 ; `very fine black
Bombazin at $1 10, worth $1 50; Wm
mer sake at 60 cents a yard ; 10 pieces of
the finest Irish .inen at 76 cents, worth $1 ;
1,000 hoop skirts, at 50 76 and $l, very cheap.
Great bargains in stockings; 20 dozen hem
stitched handkerchiefs, at 25 and 81 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 are daily receiving job lots from the
veskly,silea r which we promise to sell at city. ;
prices to wholesale buyers.. . Law; •
mB/Ty ° aced% old stand.
Pettnsplucinia Mailp adegraph, ittonttav mourning. 'April 7, 1862.
Nsw Goons.—l am now selling off my entire
stock of gods at and below cost, or 26 per
cent. cheaper than you can purchase elsewhere,
viz: fine linen shirts, 75 cte. to $1 ; shirts, 50
cts.., and 60 cte. with linen bosoms ; night
',hilts, 50 eta ; under shirts and drawers, 40
cts. to 87 cts., all wool ; monkey jackets, 50
ets. to $1 ; cotton and woolen hose 10 cts. to
16 ets ; silk ties, 12k, 15 and 18 cts ; collars,
8 cis. to 15 cte. a piece ; ladies' collars, 4 and
6 ets.; cliffs, 4 and 5 ets. a piece; under
sleeves, 18 cts.; fine cambric at 18 and 18 cte.
per yard, worth 25 eta.; Marseilles bosoms of a
new style, and fast collars, 12,1 cte.; all linen
bosoms, 15 eta and upwards. If you want
cheap and good goods just go to James A.
Lynn, at the Harrisburg Cheap Shirt Manu
factory, where be is selling off without reserve.
N. 13.—Shirts, &c. made to measure, Room
next to Hummel & Killinger's grocery store,
12 Market street.
AITI, -- 1)Y.N11 - i HAnt DYE !
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye
The only Harmless and Reliable Dyer Known. l
AR others are mere imitthous, and should be avoided
Ryon wish to escape ridicule.
BABY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beatitiful and natural Brown or Blau., without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFA EN AND. DIrLONAS have been awar
ded to W. A. Brronston sin - e t 8 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made the hair of tne patrons
of his famous Om •• •
Wal A. BaTCHNLOR'S GAIN DYE ryoduese a color
not AO be distinguishee from ustare and is waitaitirren
not to injure in toe least, however long it may be Gonda.
ned, and the ill, ffeum or bad Was remedied. 'Phe:hair
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye. whfeb is prop
erly applied at No. 16 flood Street New York.
Goldin all the eitee and towns of the United States, by
Drlageists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name "William A. Batelle
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the !bur
sides of each box:,
ont 1-daw 1 y
OR. DUPONCO'S GOLOEN PILLS FOR FEMALES
"Read the Maw" ing certideate" front one of the first
ladies In Utka, N. Y., who called open my agents In that
city (fir "gm. Bristol & C 0.,) and told them that she, of
course, did not whit her name made public. but if any
one should doubt the won , erful efficiency of , Da. Duroa
co's Golden Pills, they might refer any Lady to her, as
she.conoidered it a duty, as wed as a pie 'sure, to her
knowledge of their efficacy, as administered to her
daughter, a young I edy 17 years old. she was fast go
ing into cons imption—had taken cold—nature became
obstructed. Two boxes of these Golden Pills entire
ly cured her, and sne is now in re host health.— .
"We wer onrUcular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicit diroctions accompanying etch box Price sl.
Sold wholesale and retail by 0. A BANNS:LB; No. 2,
Jones Row, .nd C. H. Ritmo, 91 Barka street, Harris
burg, Pa, By sending either of them $1 00 tbroughi be
Harrisburg peat Oil cs thn Pills wilViie sent confidentially
by mail Lonny 'part of the country;'"freenf festage."
N.B.—Look ont for counterfeits. Boy
. no Gotten Pills
of any kind unless the box is signed S. D. Heim. All
others is a base imposition and ens ate; therefore, aa
you velure year lives and health, (to say nothintof be
lug humbugged out of your money ) , buy only of those
whO show the signature of H. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added eo _account of the Pills
aetne unanterleitrol.. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are made known to every 'Agent, and they
are:rida and will perform all claimed for them.
Sold also by, T. L Lumberge,r, Lebanon .• A. J. Kauff
man, Mechanicsburg; narks, Lewistown ; S. Elliott-
Darliao ;B. G. Wi l d, Rewville ; C. Altiok, Shipper's,
J
burg ;J. Spangler, Chambersburg E. T. riper, York;
J. A. woe - , tvrigbtevßle ; S. S. Stevens, Reading ; and
R. P. Hunter, Reading, and by "one druggist" in every
town and viii "ge in the United Staten, and by
S. D. HO WE,
Sol , ' Proprietor. New York.
lERI
ew 2iDuirtistluents
1862. SPRING OPENING 1862.
Black and Second !burning Dress Goods,
Shawls, `Veils, CollarCh
Fall, X yard wide Lupin's all wool Delaines. •
Supe•lor make& of tiombazines.
- - Splendid Styles of Peentsh Gingham,.
• Largeitock of Lustros and A ipaeoes,
ess ••• • Bolck-lent - POrPle - Bresh - E11116.---
*
Plain black keglish. Rep
•-• Black and' white Floleard Silks
Purple and Black do.
Plain do. do.
Small Checked: tl6.
•
1. Neapolitan dO.
X all we'll Delatues.
.* • • Ifig'd all wool Delaines.
•22 Shepherd's Plaids. ••
• ea Tamituttuns.
Silk Challis.
. Brig. Chintzes
Bohaire,
Long Blank Thibbet ' Shawls.
••,•
Square Plaid Slick and Whir° Shawls.
Square Thibbet Bleck Shawls. - -
. 2 yard Wade Thibbet for shawls, •
Very Superior t.ngli'sh Crepe Veils, all sizes.
. Larks stook of Buglish*Ciepe Collies, all sizes. -
. Black bordered Horn Stitch Handkerchiefs.
Slick Gieves of every, description.
I=l •White'Sec , od Maiming Cohan.
I= • Setts of Coilbr and Sleeves.
•-•-• • • Silk and Cotton Hosiery
*"
Zve
_Black Love veils. • '
Jouvin'S Kid '
•a • ' Crepe? • -
French do.'
Manta Ribbouti.
•-• Belting do.
. ,
.„
la .
Partici'lei attention is pa;'d and invited te our"
stoix of. the above goods. ear constantly; re.-
eeitlng quer addi igns. , -Purcut:era .1 4 / 1 atways
Aid a full assittmett.
C A.THCART ar BRO
Next deur to the fl‘rr,isberk Bank,
ab No. 11 Market Square.
. •
FOR, RENT'.
qiwo Frame Holm on North Alley. En
or ler3. IdU We AY,
Corner of Pecoud aid Pine r treets.
BROKE OUT IN A NEW PLACE.'
I_LAVING removed my tobacco and P.e
.ar tore froin Market siin.ge to &amigo idreet k
54. 59, (Hedallic's old stand.) tri t ro Untllatl tur n pike'
patronage, Sad hOOO by Ind 4ttenli bunnies '' to re
ceqe a COIlkiall& ,Ge Of the same, I Wilt- btil Continue to
as p a'good x apply of chswiog and sososink tobacco,
setters, pipes, Mo. [apr3 d3VI WM. firif.tilfe.
A LI: persong • havittg• dame against tho
(IL *wide et Mrs. Rare late of 'ilia ...Ay of Aar
risborg, ple prdeeftt the - s,ca at the law oiliOa of
Jean W., Brown, Esq order tbit they may paid.'
ADO Weep kncart g thee:Helios indebted to the fume WU/
please pay up witautifi delay. E. JORDON,
aprB-3td • Executor.
A BOOK FOR' THE TIMES.
American Annual CValopedta and Register of Itrt
portant. Events, for 'the Year 1861. In 1 vol•
8 VO. over 750 pages. Cloth $3, Leather $3.60.
Published by D. :Appleton 4. (Z . —, Nero York.
The design of this work is to furnish a record - of all
the importhni knowledge et the y , The'emals of tbi
otrieg to them prominence, will, trl course, ' occupy
a con•puous par, bulsh other, brat chest—tie QUO% Alt,
i ittrature, the Meehan% Arts; An. re •elve due at
tention. The war,: wit' be published riabiblval by
subso iption, and ready foi delivery io June next.
Ad iteas J. F. stitestiAuGH, Harrliburg, Pa.,
General. Agett for D. APPLIICON &
fcit'ehtulitra dosrziptive o the work.
aprB-d241&4
• •
TO RESTAU RANT' K.EEPERS.
FOR SALE.— The catogk, good will and
fixture, and lease or the Heeturant under Wyetb's
Hall, Harrisburg. Apply on the premised or to
ot.L.PORN,
a2-Ites- • Broad street, West Harrisburg.
A CHOICE lot of ASTER'S' . and TEN
ZIL WEEK tl9, witlva general variety of Freak
I+tu.~erandGar.tendeeds, received and fJit sale at No.
al Market street. KELLF.MB Dragetoro.
SALAD OIL.
Alarge supply of fresh Salad Oil, in
larto snd smaU be Vern, and of different brands
lust noeived cad ibr sale by,
WIC DOCK, is. & CO.
Gu ARA .ISLLiTh-r-A: large supply just
Wg. DOM, Ja a lay:
IMIZEI
WboletalePactory, 81 Barclay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
A cARI I .TO TEM LADI&R.
TAKE NOrICE.
FLOWER SEEDS
New abvertisimtnts.
CHARTIrIAL. Q.
HAS REMOVED HIS
WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE
oce To No. 7, Market Square, ;-
: 1:!elowl the Bailie, 80 , 'se.
E has constantly on hand a large stock
of
WATCHES, JEWELRY and PLATED WAGE
of all descriptions. Viiatehe.3 and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. apr2 dlm*
*REMOVED. •
JOHN B. SMITH
HAS removed his Boot and Shoe Store
Pool the corner of Fecond and Walnut streets to
NO. 108 MARKET STREET , •
Next door tofiarne's Agrleultnie Stare, where he fiteirds
to keep all kinds or 800 s a^d Shoes, Gait •re, Am, end a
larg€ ate dr of Trunks, and everything in his line of bn
sibeSs • and will be thankful to receive the patronage of
his old customers and the pitbd• in general at his new
ffla ,s of Winces. „All kinds of work made to order to the
best:style and byaunerior Worktrion. ifepstring , done ai
short notiee. Enpr2dtf] JOHN B. 8111T11.
T. J. HUMES
ROUSE AND'': SIGN' PAINTER.
nAS opened a paint shop in Strawberry
alley, near Third r reel, two doors from the •• Pe
t, lot and no•on ,, Mlice,where he is prepared , to prompt
ly axe ute all Ordsfa re tto his care. Bois AIM Frepared
to whiten c iliogs and ostle.pleo S.
:Lori dlw*
FOR RENT
TIRE Wzitebtottse andacire.formdfly. coo
,
& ; copied. by Groli A: Kunkel suitable for a lorwaraing
house and commission businesa, havina a private aiding,
and being attested on the Canal and Pennsylvania rail
read; there la every faculty for doing a forwarding bush
nerd AISO
A STORE ROOM,
suitable for a wholesale and reral groberk. eseeeton
given immediately. Inquire on ibe premises of,
GKU. G. KUNKEL.
apr2.2wd• Canal street between State and Walnut
1862. APRIL' SECOND. - 1862.
SPRING - OPENING
OY
• .
DR , Y. GOODS .
HT
CATHCART & BROTHER, '
No. 14, HAREET SQUARE,
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
GEO. W. IicCALLA,
WATCHMAKER • & JEWELER,
NO. 38, ladireek
LIE,: Market Street; Harriiburg.
H AS constantly on hand a large stock
WATCHES, -JEWELRY and FANCY ARTI
CLES, PLANED-WIRE, &0.,
Watches and Jewelry neatly repaired.
/NB" N B. Don't Jorget the Ode., opposite the Retest
- marBl•dam
AGENTS; REA:DIRE
_-CONTENTS OP
DIME - PANPiti:PPHoBICIM
..141r7disTACKaGit.
MAI 10 CANTS. .
(Joann&
6 Steete .Commerelal Note 1 Deekto of Work Basket.
err G.unes for tke tfootal Otrole.
6 Envelopes to Match. Deelgn.for ZonaveJaeket.
1 sheet B:kiting Paper. 1 ;Design Ladles' Under.
Oeuteral.4dvioe to Letter sleeve. ,
Wrttefs.:. ~,, .1 Dealizaravelllng Drees.
26 Ways Mr Ma . king Monep. 1 Design 'for Girl's, 88. 1 111 6 .
Artifice f.tr Ladies' Toilet;r, 1.26 Valuable !Wipes.
Dawn for Boys' Gator. IC:lender. for 11304
ALSO A POWS OP vaLusecs JEWELRY .
We only askone , vi/it frail:4"m customers to Convince
Aremsenvaa. tend stamp for a circular. . ,
W. IL GATNLY CO,„
1024Vattsatt street.
muBl4
. .
AGENTS` WANTED.
RICHARD'S
. .
MU"
. I_, M TV : R 0 0 N..
CONTAINING
Jewelry Stationery itecipes and Designs' for
L&DIES AND CIDIDEEN. -
k4.4NTS can make one hundred and
.(31. pei cent In ever Wilt or village by en
gagwg in-'this new enterprise.
• Jar Send !tamp for, circul ar. -
S C. lilCll ARDOc 00. 2
mar3l.olw N 0.102 Naftali atreat,biew York.
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PAU( LEAF'MATTRESS — ES, "
COT ION : TOE MATTRESSES,
HUSK MATTRESSES,
COTTON COMFORTS
CHAIR CUSLIION,
LOUNW.S . ,
- . CAMP STOOLS, Ste., ie.
04 hand and termite at. the very toweat rates for cash
;Rairlitittrehies and 'Sprint Bottoms made to eriler.
SOFAS, •
LOUNGES,
CHAIRS,
• HAIR MATTRESSES, &c.,
Repaired and made equal to uew, very rk monable, al iat
No. 149, Ma ket street, oetween Fourth and ittb, fly
m .r.28.2md. J : T 86tN14..
KEYSTONE NURSER.
• fillE subscriber having taken the man:
age ro eaten t-4s nurse y. ii repared to supply its
old patrons and o hers with all the leading and well test
rd, besides many new and highly reoommeuded van
ties of •
FRUIT, SHADE, ORNAMENTAL
TREFA, SHRUBS AND VINES.
the varieties of fruit trees have been selected o and grown
with epics reference t the wants of this market, and
embraces the so at &dyable
APPLES, APRICO rs,
OtLERtiI&S, DWARF AND STANDARD.
pRA uS, DWARF AND STANDARD,
PEACHES, PLUMS,
DRAPE VINES Wall good native varieties.
CURRAN IS, GOOSEBERRIES,
RASPBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES,
LAWTON BLAORBEBRIES, - &c: .
THF. Olvtitiki.NT . ' 'dB TILT
Includes shade treat for streets and lawns, Bvertreen
trees from oue t, waive feet . high, Rwrgreeri and De
douous shrubs, dm. JACuB dials
' 144-tilw
WM. T. BISHOP,
ATTORNEY -AT-LAW,
OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO WYRTH'S HALL,
OPPOSITE NEW COUET-HOUSE.
Consultations in German and English:
mar29-d2m
WAIL", PAPER!
ELEGANT styles and patterns of Wall
Paper for 8,10, 12, 16 and 2b cents per roll.
she Largest and 11106 L varied stoak o f
Wall Paper, Borders, Window Blinds,
Curtin and Fixtures
_ .
ever offered in this city. Being bought tor clash, it will
be old at a very mull profit.
jar Remember the place,
Scheller's Book Stoie,
mi ake t. s t ree t, apponteHrors' Drug time, Harrisburg. y•
m22...dzm
flagtiAs, - Yr 043 'G area .
fitoile*Oei
and Etgilikeawarep IstYLK *if,
r is 6 * zalikaig smerAtil i tr= t •treets.
2musements.
BRANT'S HALL !
METAMORPHOSED INTO A
PSYCHOMANTEUM.
For Magic, Second Sight,
Preatioculancy and Prestidigitation.
.FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY !
MONDAY EVENING, APItEL 7th,
And the Two following Nights,
And WednadarAfternoon at 2 o'clock.
jor First appearance in Harrisburg for ten years of
be pre eminent artist,
PROF..:- ENDERS-ON,
Known throughout the Globe as the
GREAT WIZARD-OF THE NORTH
AND n 32 ONLY
AMBIDEXTROUS PRESTIDIGITATOR,
THE FAMOUS
MAGICIAN, HUMORIST,
PRESTIDIGITATOR, PHYSICIST AND TRAVELER
And toe only Art et In the profterion of Magic who
performs w tit the entire AB KNOS; OP ANY APPA
RAM), and who use slternite his Perturmanco with il
lustrations of the Mechanism of - Magic, using an appa
ratus urhich cost $30,000.
No Master of 'he Mule Art has piacticed Oda art more
seacemiudy, necame more eminent trove eti further. or
achieved more woudrous dards than PROF. AND 6 WON.
ON MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 7,
Will be produced the GreatAtagico-Drama of '
A iVIG.Et , t
WOSiDEVAIVORLD,'
OR TEBEN HOURS IN TB& RRALIdi OR ILLIIIIIIPN,
amid 'aka MY1•110, M,EII.D, WONDintrUL
CIiaNTII•M. The Enlevainment- be ng • same
cca aof grandeur as eeoently produce by tee rofossor
at the Academy r unne,,NetrYorir, Aoarienmor hiuslo;
Baton; academy cd. Male, Brooklyn and Pikoe'a Ipera
House, Oinciduad.
Pianist, Retro Remincient Clairvoyant end Second Sight
ed t-yl3ll ANOFRaUN
The Fet-y of the Porifebo... ... 51184 F..AN.DE stiN
Mr.J.: H. 'A NrniftBuN, Atm:Dynamist' lNxtntordtt
nary
floors open at 7, performance to commence at 8 o , clook.
Adel' sion 25 eats. Reserved Seats, (body of Pall,)
50 Genus. apra-dtd
SANFORD'S •OPERA HOUSE
Third Street, below Market.
S. B. SANFORD - - - Proprietor and Manages
Also, Sanford'e Opera House, Philadelphia.
sdie salon, 25ata.I orchestra chairs, bads
Chiloran 15 OMB in yrivadi box . , 7b •
Door's open tit. I O'clock l i ornrinatioo to common.:
at IX o'clock: -
GF&AND coksoLibATloN
OP TED
TWO OPERA TROUPES
WllO WILL. APPEAR IN THEIR
, .
United Welts [diming itilleinxl or Stets,
Not to be Equalled in thelVorld t
THE BESTiGOODSION - THE LEAST MENU
A. HUMMEL,
Dealer In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
of every
DESCRIPTION
aad at. all
PIt.T.OE S.
Nexi - docetil
MARKET,-.I3TBErt.
Also s,geueral assortment of TRUNES,'V.A.
LOSES and CARPET BAGS, • tit the lowest .
cash 'prides, - ' mar2l3-dBra
,
INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
865 6i - 8674613:01iDWAY"
CORNER OF •FRABILIANI:
NEvirirdatix:' .
first-class house—the moat quietsL homelike, and pleasant hotel in the clty—offers
Superior inducement , to those visitiog liar YORK for
business or pleasure. IL is central la its location, and
kept on the
EUROPEAN PLAN,
iskoonnectlon • w ith
TAYLOR'S SALOON,
where refreshments caa be had at all hours, or served
in their own rooms. the eh tr4es are moderate, the
rooms and attendance of the first order—baths, and all
the modern convenience attached. malaria
MoNEVPV.Rists.'
DOSTEMONALES; WALLETS, POCK•
,- - ..Bilkettfitesta,iLiedies!,'Caba . Satekelis,'
Ladles Traveling , atchels. We are constantly surely mi.
additions to our dock of the above goods, and, memo
eerily have a fine aseortment of tee r latest styles. > We
respectfully invite persons wasill to, purehase any C 4
tae above ardetee to examine the stockz,kn as , lug bid
a greater variety or, better goods canna . lar round In .the
city.
KgLLgR'S Drug and Banat Stare, ,
91 Market street, one doer east of .Fourtti kteeet, iopth
side. nil .
TERSEY HAM I—Tfn tierces of-these
OP justly oslebr .ted sugar cured banes. reoeleed.atie.
for ea ain large or Belau quantities; • • '
W.lf. DOCK, At. 4t
CO.
UNION RESTA:URA.NT,
BILLIARD AND BOWLIND'B4LOON,
NO. 119 'BUJ:MET STREET, NEAR 1 1 19TH.
THE subscribers haviiirerectUrt.alarg e
building at tbeabove'place, I:acre - My for the pur,,
sea above indicated, beg to cell tiler atteotion of the pub
lic to the following': •
•
Tits ltstiscratar, on the first floor,.'with shining room
attached, is timed op to Drat•cLsss style, and wtll at all
times to soppted with the best OYSTERS to: be tad in'
the Atlantic cities, together MRa terrhOle,:ttabould 'all
kinds of game lh wrason. Oystarh• served'ap In every
style, sad meals to be had at all,hours. The ales of all
the celebrated breweries hi Alia cimntry constantly on
. The Ten-pin Ailey, or BOwlingloon,ls in-the roar;
and contains three alleys . of,modorn ccomtruction, where
the lovers et this healthy etercias daa enjoy themselves.
The Billiard Salarialai . iiigetailnley.:7 Aimed up,
and cOritida6 three
,marble top combination cuahion ta
bles, equal to any made.
Tiarrusburg has tong felt the want of a grand combin
ation of this kind, and as the preprietore are determine
to conduct it in a quiet and orderly. manner, and do eve
rything in their power to make IL a fam , ionable resort,
they hope to receive a liberal snare of public patronage
-ja&dtf WILLI an C. IicFaDOWN at 00.
NEW HOUSE - BOIL SALE. .
rin tr i tr a n d e o rgt 4i n w ? u w iii b il t i r egi,b -b y u .ib ii!
ibt of April, inuluarag pawing, gas sad water pips". Ap,
ply to CuNKLII, '
imarlg-dtt ; No. 88 Market street,
•
20 BUILDINa L tO , P.• ; 1 1 0:11 , P 3ALI6.‘
ASHORT distance w.catof the capitol,
Crowing on Grand and Irtainioitd Lane. prima
sl7b to S2OO. TetSlll6:4lBoliSble by GSIG.
;No. 86 Market street
vit&Sti Choice Tess, Bidek and (ireen,
1n }(,'hand 1 PiniPulakersjor tribiat.
NICHOLS BOW MA141% '
corner LFTout-seo , ktiflot streets,
NEW GOODS.—We invite attention to
our new iteekoripeedsjost reoeired. and , forseie
`ow by NI,EOIS & BOwNA:f, '
terrier of Front and garketatreent.
. ,
A 14R I GE ASi3oRTMENT of
F4(kily
3.1-MirgsASA,9,r, ..trs
_ * R . , tle 0 .
kirent 4 V -. 0 11 . TOObirgirfk' U
grolbiti •
es, We sre prepar
' of every descrip:
ay other establish
dNa.
— " -^ /e-halfequaiv. Eight
NICIIOLS & BOWaqu"4.
Corner of Front and Market!,
(V. Hummers old stay'
TT AVE determined to place...
jlll stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS . 2
60
0 0
age. 6 00
.. 10 00
at prices to snit the present hard r.• ....... ..... .16 00
spectfully call the attention of tU the //eel Chime % el
CKNTYIPtxt *." 3,1 t or
Harrisburg and vicinity to their eel
of goods, consisting of
SUGARS, SYRUPS,
TEAS, COFFEE,
SPICES, LEMONS,
ORANGES, CURRANTS,
CEDAR-WARE,
FLOUR, FISH, &o. f cot ton
We have also gone to considerable trouble learned
getting the sale of several brands of
COAL OIL,
All of which we warrant to be
NON-EXPLOSIVE. TRANSPARENT AND
FREE FROM ODOR,
as far as pranticable. Among others, we have
on band
NATRONA,, ' MAGNOLIA, LUCIFER,
ROBINSON.
All of which we will sell wholesale or retail,
and lower than any other house in Harrisburg.
Also, all kinds of
OUT, FLINT AND GREEN GLASS-WARE
We also invite attention to our well selected
and extensive assortment of .
QIIBENSWARE.
Cell at NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
WM. KNOCHE,
93 Market street, Barrisburg, Pa.,
I')
3E 2 I A.' IV CO ' EL
XTEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the be
11 makers, from $2OO upwards.
MELODEONS.
THE BEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU
MEETS, FROM $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins., Accordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Eanjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and Mil& •
cal merohandise in general.
SHEET MUSIC.
THE LATEST PUBLICATLONS always on
hand. Musks sent by mail to any part of the
country. ,
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT- AND ROSEWOO
FRAMES,
gultable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on hand.
A fine assortment of best plated
LOOKING GLASSES
from smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
shertest notice.
WM. KNOCHE,
98 Market street.
febl9•wasly
10,0 BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
'EE suhscriber offers for sale, on terms
jr, favorableto purchasers, one hundred building lots
vadooely situated to the north western and eastern parts
of the eity of ibuTheorg. On lean stress, Fosser avant%
!Idle/treat, Ridge avenue, aad oil State street, east or
Parton creek, between said creek sad the Harrisburg
eethetery.
For farther partieulars Inquire the subscriber re
siding on Pront street In said city. JNO. FOSS.
marlo.lm
PROF. ADOLPH P. THITHER,
TOULD respeotftilly inform his old
patrons and the public genera_l th at he will
centime to give Instructions on the PIANO FORTE, NE.
'LODEON, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH
BASS. He will 'moth pleasure wait upon pupils at their
notnes at any boar desired, or lessons will be gives a
tile residence, in Third street, a. few doom below lb
German Reformed Church. ff
IdADIEB CORSETS,
ALL OF THE DIFFERENT SIZES,
WHITE AND COLORED.
The;beet article manutintured, can be found at
CATHCART",
Next dpor to the Harrisburg Ban k.
LAUER'S
ALE, PORT it'lt 'AND DEER
NOTICE is hereby giyen to the citizens
:12.1 of Harrisburg, that the wrierslgned has authorised
Mr. E. Mager to restive orders for any of my -manufac
tures. The collecting will be attended tdby the under.
signed. All orders left as above will be promptly at
tended to. Gatateg LAUE,t,
Teb.22-clant. Pottevilie, Pa.
'NAZARETH HALL,
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
XT A ZA.RET , Northampton county, Pa.
Faiy of access fro n .Rarrisourg by railroad to
Roston, and Menne seven miles by st ,ge.
Rev. &MARI) H. REMUS%
Principal
ihn*
GikDEIC SEEDS.--Just received a
large Invoice of a Woe Oar leo Seeds—compriming
a greater re tat) , of int ,orual and home grow Li than
has ever been offered ic this city. rho.° who may
desire to puretutak we depend up hi getting the beat in
the word, at the woolesam awl retail grocery store of
WM. DOCK, J & CO.
SOLDIER'S CAMP COMPANION.- A
very crumicat Writting DWIK ; also, Portfolioe,
xemorandum Boone, rOtimoaaates, atc., at
n 21.1 :CHEF Figiv...4 EtnOrirrlAL
COAL OIL and Carbon Oil, k is now
generally eonoeded elm be scud lower by ne than by
any other noose in town tall breeds tor ale by Nabobs
Bowut .n, comic if runt and Market greets. 3327-y
CRAB ClPER.—Constantly on hand a
Ivry superior article of ►XT .. cepa amt.
Wa. DOCK., JR. & 00
FISH.—Noe. 1 and 2 Mackerel, in whole
or half barrel, for sate low by
NICHOLS & B °WHAM
n 47 y] north east corner of *oat and Market streets.
F".—Mackerel Isles. 1, 2 and 3, in
who.e or halt barrels. Break inroi e for a Lie low
N.t.. ROL - tc BOW N
carnal' of Front and Mu •et street&
IRE
."10RE ROOM to rent, apply to Dr.
Himooll, xY Kr& Etwrk s bo.rdlog tio.so, lab oemek.
ear's row, teooad knot. al-Brs
:00A.L OIL, Non-explosive, Chimneys,
'kJ Coven, PhAden, Lampe of sU Wade, fbr sate low by.
N 1011043
m27 -y1 narth-out corner of Front And. Market. streets.
r,QOaP, ttarrison, Country and Fancy, for
sale by & BOW KAN,
wW7-yl north-east corner of Front and Motet streets.
FAMILY WASHING BLUE, an excel
lent substitute for Indigo; for sale at the wholesale
and retail grocery aloes of
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner or Brent and Market street'
-CRUS4ILD, broken loaf, fine and Cairn.
pifferlased and other sugars for We by
NICHOLS & HOWMANAII
Corner From and market • street& •
SMOKED BEEF.—A splendid lot, large
and well oared.
WM. DOCK, Jll. k CO.
Co, MAOKERA-Vin Kitts, half bar
mpg, aadlatritds; all Melba . Grocery and Prod
‘ BiOn More, Frout AndMireresirpote.
P • um= a sowmas.
out
m 25
1 26
2 00
8 00
6 00
B 00
urged as regular 94-
of one cent
he let day
.ton held