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qlliesttay Morning, April 9, 1862.
LLiasIATURE adjOllClaed Sine die next
There are a number of important
et to be acted upon.
11•s.+robx.—A fine old fashioned snow
wv,,iltd for several hours yesterday,
dtci,ledlywinterialt aspect to outside
,(11! Our tibh dealers have a fair supply
1 it 111111(1, at prices ranging from thirty
•lNty. tNu ceuts. Shad are said to be
,101 the belief among fishermen Is that
will prove a profitable one.
N i.—The alines of the two sol
w,w,t while crossing the Shenandoah
i . ,I,t) , if which we bad a notice by tele
, Morgan Richards and John Cannon.
d to the Forty-sixth (Col. Knipe's)
ous. Cemtus.—The present is a
r nine to look to your cellars. Care
;always taken to keep them in a
ll.iltion. All filth and nuisances likely
u. iolis to health !Should be immediately
I. 13, , bides this, a cellar should be
ily whitewashed at least once a year,
-.A-via hull put in good order twice a
of Pennsylvania, has a dial•
11i, command is now composed of the
Seventy-eight and Seventy-ninth
,)I%,iiiia Regiments, Thirty-eight Indiana
first Wisconsin Regiment, Colonel
Seventh Regiment Pennsylvania
Colunel B %metes Wisconsin Artillery
•t•l n lull b Merles, and Captain Palmer's
pily of Kentucky Cavalry.
HOR 4 kI THIEY.—Mr. Henry Yetter, residing
the estate of Jacob H. Haldeman, Esq., in
ilif VIOW township, York county, a few miles
low this city, had a fine bay mare stolen from
stable last night. A. description of the
iuwl will be found in an advertisement in this
.ening's Tauctaara. A reward of $3O is of
red by Mr. Yetter for the arrest of the thief
id recovery of the Mae, or $2O for the recov
y of the mare alone.
BIIRGILARY.—The burglars appear to have
role a dead-set against our amiable friend
•hn Odel, cunfectionar, in Third Street, near
all:et. His establishment has been visited by
eel several times within the past ye? r, but
e believe they never affected an entrance
Ii; Monday night, when they got in through
IcLr window. The robbers finding the
or till tmpty, , contented themselves with a
,upply of candies.
RESTAURANT.—The old established
at the corner of Market street and
tietry alley, formerly occupied by
now under the management of
; 1), Spayd, a gentleman well versed
11, auil mpteries of the cuiaine, and
Idling ways and manners are well
t walk into the aileclions of the
I.i, otairliehment is filled with all
delicacies of the season, and the
aced iti our office can bear testi
11w incomparable quality of his
• The public should make a note
wlieu they experience a vacuity
drop into Mr. Spayd's
.11 t n supplies.
Au,rmeor, of Highspire, in this
• A— ktaut Surgeon at Camp Curtin,
ulhtoi by the Governor, Assistant
llic Eighth Pennsylvania Reserve
wu ltd by Col. George B. Hays.
ti,i,kto Dr. Alleman upon his ap
.iho particularly upon his assign
)- t , ..jtuent, as it has the repute
lin,l,,ulitedly one of the very finest
~ t l'eutsylvaia. The Doctor re.
r• I.ot night from Surgeon General
regiment forthwith; he ae
, in the next train for Washing
-11,• IN ill most likely have a speedy
of trying his surgical skill upon
i : as Gen. licCall's division ii on
"„;,i nialch to Richmond.
\ 1 , 14: 01 COMPUTING Imrsatzsr.—"A new
- uputiuglnterest at six per cent. has
liled, which appears simple. Multi
a en nomber of dollars by the number
• interest required ; separate the right
divide by six—tne result is the
, t fa interest for such number of days at
r Leo. This rule is so simple and so true,
`' l "-! tm all business usages, that every
luoirer, merchant and clerk should post
reference and use. There being no
thing as fraction in it, there is scarcely any
'Tr t, 1:110T or mistake. By no aritttrieti
,;er.s cm se desiraule information be oh
,l with Po few figures."
above has been going; the rounds of our
tinges for the last several weeks, and is but'
'tier example of the truth of the proverb,
, tr, is nothing new under the gnu." This is.
q ,, trute of multiplying the principle by one
tt the number of days, and point off three
Sur decimals, which we learned from the
'cittieting book" in the sunny days of
The old schoolmaster then arid
ere taught us that the result obtained by this
see not absolutely correct, but that it
1a c onvenient mode, and sufficiently correct
N/ V mall sums and a few days were to
c'rk.c.koned. The rule is based on the suppo
:lnt ilia there are only 360 days in a year,
Ile interest, thus computed, will be one
ec'itY.thild too great. Thus, the interest on
fo r s xty days is $197.26 ; computed by
qui it would be just $2OO,
lq lt an excess of $2.74. Because 13f this
u e t,
i n i e:as, the rule has never fallen into
It is like most of the "new:,
which are but the exhumations, by"
tat novice, of what the
ipped and World has tried,
FELL Di THE LOOK.—During the fire Monday
night, on the opposite side of the canal, a
colored boy fell headforemost Into the Penn
lock, at the foot of Walnut street. The alarm
was quickly given, a light procured, and the
boy was finally fished out by means of a lad
der suspended over the aide of the lock.
Pao. ANDBRSON.—Brant's Hall was filled to
overflowing last night by an intelligent audi
ence to witness the prestidigitator) , feats of Prof.
Anderson—the renowned " Wizzard of the
North." some of the Professors's tricks were
really astonishing and incomprehensable. He
performs again this afternoon at 27 o'clock
I and this evening, and we invite all fond of the
marvellous to be on hand.
"Orrxoxrrn Wass AGAM."—Lient. Charles
O'Neill, of Lancaster, who came here with the
remains of Col. Murray, left to join his regi
ment at Berryville, in the neighborhood of
Winchester, Virginia, on Monday. He carries
with him the heartfelt wishes of all his friends
for a safe and speedy return to the comforts and
enjoyments of home.
"Lovas or Bomm."—Oar milliners had their
Hpening days" last week, and their sprigg
styles are now before the public. The difference
detween the bonnets of this and last spring is
about the same as the difference between
tweedlednm and tweedladee. The peak may
be a little higher, and the trimming less volu
minous, but aside from this the old and new
fashions might be sold together, side by aide,
and no one be the wiser.
Clanatnary.--Bailors are suppose to be the
most adept at "spinning long yams," bug gar
rulous old men, recounting to each other the
exploits of their youth, will furnish stories
which even the marines would find it difficult
to believe. They feel a little proud of their in
.their young days, and chuckle
together over a successful escapade or a reck
less trick all the more if it is dashed with a
little spice of wickedness. They do not assert
that they used to be considered sad rakes, Uut
if one chooses to draw such an inference from
their stories, it is not their fault, of course, if
they are misunderstood.
Shallow—Ha, cousin Silence, that thou had
seen that, that this knight and I have seen !
Ha, Sir John, said I well ?
i'aistaff—We have heard the charms at mid
night, Master Shallow.
Tea Itonsays' INFAXTIVr.—It seems that the
picket guard, (comprising an entire company,)
noticed in recent telegraphic dispatches as hav
ing been surrounded by the rebels on Little
Edisto Island, S. C., belonged to the 55th Penn
sylvania, and not to the 58th Pennsylvania, as
inadvertently stated in yesterday's Tans.
GLUM As the "Roberts' Infantry," Captain
1. 6. Waterbury, of this : city, is attached to the
55th, and as it was known to be located on that
island, serious fears were entertained that it was
this company that had met with the disaster.
To quiet the fears of the friends of the com
pany in this respect, we append the following
extract from the New York Tribune's special
correspondent at Hilton Head, which gives the
full particulars of the surprise of the picket
guard, as well as the part acted in the affair by
An attack has been made by the rebels upon
a portion of the forces stationed at North Eder-,
to. Information was conveyed to the rebels of
he position occupied by three companies of the
66th Pennsylvania, and their capture was at
tempted by three battalions, each five hundred
strong, moving simultaneously last Saturday
morning, at daybreak, upon their separate po
sitions. It happened that two companies had
moved their camps the day before, and the two
rebel battalions in search of them were
obliged to retire, having effJcted nothing.—
The third was less fortunate. Thirty men, of
company F, Captain Bennett, under command
of !their first lieutenant, were at Hanna
han's plantation, on Little Edisto, separated
from the large island and the main force by a
creek, the bridge over which was destroyed
by ; the rebels, and their retreat completely
cut off Tula insignificant force, thus attacked by
five hundred rebels, maintained a desperate de
fence for an hour,falling back toward the bridge,
of whose destruction they ,were unaware, avail
ing themselves of the inequalities of the ground
as a cover, and partially screened by the thick
fog, through which, however, the flashes of
their guns betrayed them to the enemy. They
steadily maintained this unequal conflict until,
when, within a hundred yards of the bridge,
their ammunition gave out and no other de
nce was possible. Still, they would not sur
surrender, but t throwing their muskets into the
river,sought refuge in tniokets along the banks.
Five men escaped by swimming, anti:were af
ter Wards picked np by one of the Crusader's
boats. Five are known to have . been killed
during the fight. The remaining twenty, some
of them wounded, are missing, and undoubt
The rebel plans included also the capture of
Col. White of the 65th Pennsylvania. He
had moved his tit adquarters, like the two
COalranies, only the day before, and the rebels,
In their advance, passed unawares by the house
in waich he and his adjutant and quartermas 7
ter were sleeping. At the other 1201166 they
found Capt. Waterbury's company, which had
been roused by the firing at Hannaham's
drawn up in line of battle to receive them, and
45 they had contemplated only a surprise, and
w ere not at all eager for a fight, and only
numbered about ten to one, they hastily with-
II tow. In the house occupied by the thirty, a
sick man was left in the upper room, and, un
discovered by the rebel% he heard the address
of the rebel leader to his men before the
attack. The rebel flag was afterward hoisted
on the house, but remained only a few min-
utes, their force withdrawing to Jehorse Island
and making no effort to hold the ground.
In this connection we append a few extracts
from private letters received by the last mail
from members of the Roberts' Infantry, dated
Camp Roberts, Edisto Island, March 27,1862
One writer says : " Hooper, Lieut. Weaver
and 'lnnis is out on picket to-night. We have
it hard now. Every other night we have to
go ont on picket, and the rebel pickets are on
the same Island. They come from the main•
land. We are going to have some fun to-mor
row. Will give them fits and shove them off
the Island. It is too pretty a place for them
to stay on, and we want it ourselves, that is if
they don't make na git. We shall, however,
give them the best we have got in the shape of
our Springfield rifles, which are in good order
and ready for a crack at them."
Another writer says : " Our regiment is
pretty well scattered now over Edisto Island, all
doing picket duty, which is not the pleasantest
thing in the world, especially here, as we are
generally posted in a swamp, and you have no
idea of the voraciousnes- of the mosquitoes in
this neighborhood. We have had an alarm
nearly every night since we ' game here. - The
within three 'hundred 'Sidi - of a rebel
Pennsylvania Many Zelegraph, Ipril 9, 1861.
LECTURE Posrporreo.—Owing to the unfavor
able state of the weather, the lecture which
was to have been delivered to-niglat by Dr.
Hay, on 'behalf of the Young Ken's Christitin
Association, will be postponed until further
Mount OF Rasrsor.—The undersigned hav
ing been appointed at a regular meeting of
Fulton Council, held on the 7th day of April,
to draft resolutions of the feeling of said Coun
cil upon the death of our late brother James
Donnelly, make the following report :
WEIBARAS, It has pleased the Great Creator
of the universe to call from our midst, in the
prime of life, by the uurelentiog band of death,
our friend and brother James Donnelly, who
by his many good qualities had endeared him
self to us, and
Whereas, While we bow in humble submis
sion to the Divine will, we cannot but mourn
the loss of oue bound to us by the ties of broth
hood, sympathise with his family and friends.
Therefore, be it
Resolved, That the members of Fulton Council
No. 35 I. 0. of U. A. M., deeply sympathise
with the bereaved widow and orphautt of our
deceased brother, James Donnelly, in their af
fliction and would remind them of the conso
ling promise that He who "tempers the wind,'
will be the "protector of the widow and a
father to the falba'
.Resolved, That the Council Chamber be draped
in mourning for the space of three months.
Resolved, That a copy of the above be trans
mitted to the widow, and also be published in
the two daily papers.
All of which is submitted in honesty, industry
Lrr Us PAIRONIZS ' Home INDUBTILY.—"Oh !
Cousin Jane do you recollect when I wrote to
you from New York, and spoke of Aunt Van
Reossllier and myself calling at the great dry
goods house of A. T. Stewart & Co., on Broad
way, and described the beautiful gcods we saw.
But father is so queer; he says we all should buy
our goods at home. Well, cousin, I started out
last week to. make my spring purchases, and
now I am convinced it is just as father says—
for, cousin, 1 called at Urich & Bowmans, and
do you kuow I saw the very same styles of
beautiful silks and cloaks, and at lower prices
than I could have bought them in New York?"
Nsw (loons.—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, 75Ots. to $1; shirts, 50
cts., and 60 cts. with linen bosoms ; night.
shirts, 50 cts ; under shirts and drawers, 40
cts. to 87 eta., all wool; monkey jackets, '5O
cts. to $1; cotton and woolen hose 10 cts. to
16 eta ; silk ties, 12i, 16 and 18 cts ; collars,
S cis. to 15 cts. a piece ; ladies' collars, 4 and
6 cts.; cuffs, 4 and 6 cts. a piece ; under
sleeves, 18 cts.; fine cambric at 13 and 18 cts.
per yard, wortu 25 cts.; Marseilles bosoms of a
new style, and fast collars, 124. eta.; all linen
bosoms, 16 cts. and upwards. If you want
cheap and good goods just go to James A.
Lynn, at the Harrisburg, Cheap Shutt Manu
factory, where he is selling off without reserve.
N. ll.—Shirts, &a. made to measure, Room
next to Hummel & Killinger's grocery store,
12 Market street.
Ceasze ! Osxrcx 1 Uesrrn I—Baviag returned
from Nsw . York, :I now_have.ou hand, and 1
tun daily receiving from the New York auction
sales, a large assortment of gouda, which roller
ctleapor than ever. 20 pieces of carpet, from 371
cents up to 87 cents ; 40 , pieces of beautiful
muslin, islin, veiY 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
very fine Neck
Bumbazin at 51 10, wort 51 50;
leer silks at 60 cents a yard •, 10 pieces 01
the finest Irish linen at 76 cents, worth ;
1,000 hoop ekirti, at 60 76 and $l, very cheap.
Great bargains in stockings; 20 dozen hem
stitched handkerchiefs, at 26 and 31 cents,
chdap. Wholesale buyers we respecttully in
vite to our large stuck, ail bought for cash. at
New York auction. Having a buyer in Now
York, we are daily receiving job , lots from the,
weekly sales, which we prowise to sell at city
prices to wholesale buyers. 8. Law;
mBl-y Rhoad's old stand.
A LARGE assortment of all sizes„, :w
ithite at pi colored of tett mom. 'desirable make% m
aprBy Next door to the Herds,. urg /3auht
SECOND SALE OF FLOWERS,
FRUIT and Ornamental Shade Trees, on
Wednesday nett, at the lower mnrhet house at lb
o o oet. DaNlal, 4. Bette,
IgOITSE FOR, RENT.
ABRICKHOUSE with six rooms, , sit'
ustol ou St.te at eat beLwo.n Front a.d t , eotood
INALeigo. &ton immediately. Enquire of
nri-ulw* Jo&E WINGERT.
CHUM LKILL AND StrzQUFALANNA
r•adroad Pomp thy, Mile No. 24 a. kOarth street,
mt •delpbia , „ &prt. 8, .1.8134. .
The Annual Meevn4 of 'the Stookboldera of tbla GM
pan', and an elucuun ter President and six 111;nagers,
t.ice place at the uftluu or toe tkmpany, may
at 12 o'c'Ock,l2: W. .1.11 oh NAY, •
IMPROVED WASHING. MACHINE
rivlE SIMPLEST, MOST ,P.EREF(Ot,
Cheapest and moat easily wor.ed washing machine
ever invented. Tmoshp rights for sale at such prick s aa
will enable an energetic mechanic to earn n ur dollars per
ay. KALI aud see the machhce at the Waite Hall , BoteP
°Plies le ihe WWI Houe. • apr7-dBotm& ,
, . . ,
TO 'RESTAURANT KEEPERS. -
FOB. 4.1.,E.-7.'h0 . , - stock, good will and
aztnio orthe Itesturant under Wyeth's
Usti ) HiirriStlonrg. apply on the premises or to
J. A.LcaN, .
Broad street, West Harrisbnrg
100 BUILDING LOTS FOR SALM
r rtHE subscriber offers:for .sale, on terms
favorable to purchasers, ore hundred building lots
variously situated to the north Western and eastern parts
of the city of Harrisburg.. un Penn street, Foster avenue,
Baas street, Ridge avenue, and on State street, oast of
Paxton creek, between said creek and the Harrisburg ,
For farther particulars inquire of the subscriber re
siding on Pront street in said city,. Ji4o. FUIitTFER, -
PROF. ADOLPH - P. TEUPSER
UTouLD respeoifnilY inform hip old
„patrons and the public generally, Quit, heAstli
continne to give tastractions on the PIANO FORTE, Mg r
LODRON, VIOLIN and also in the Science of THOROUGH
BASEL He will meth pleasure wait upon pupils at their
homes at any boar desired, or lesiona will be even a
his residence, in Third Street, a few doors below th
German Reformed Church. deel6-att
"II lot of choice Garden Seeds just
received, and for isale low by
NICEIOLS 1 BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
CANDLES, Country Soap, Fancy Soa p s
`kJ kbids t Bide by Alb&
bItCSOES & BoWitAir
Corner Front and MarKet sweet&
trIEDAW, BAKE* BliaoAirg
Yanati e ltee '4l"A ery rgi es,- recale**7l4 large
° WK. IMIE, Jr., di CO.
DAVID. L. FORTNEF,
JoEm FKIr2, •
lie.TTax.es T. Hierrmmt,
B. BURST & SON,
. DWARF AND STANDARD.
SIXTY native and foreign choice varieties
of healthful growth, 25 fo 50 coots each, $2 50 to
fk per dozoo tk slB to $3O per bunAred, at
apc7Y: t . ISEVTONE NUISSERY.
SILVER Maples large, 25 to 50 cents
each, $5 per deem. - Silver Poplar, Salaam ropier,
Horse Cho-tnet, Mount In Ash, Iroglish ash,
Pautowala N,irw,iy, Maple, dm, 69 cents to
$1 twit, 33 to sleper Cozen st ,
aPeTY ; n E yirr creve
XTORWAY Fir, iialeam Fir, Silver Fir,
j Scotch Fir, Ault-lan Pine, Arbor Vila, &c., from
Ito 15 feet high; at all prices. from 26 ceava and up
wqrds, at KEYS ikrslll +tfi<S'Rf.
• ..•RASFBESRRIES. . •
1110PRIN:CKIVIS Viange, Falatolf , Franco
nio, Red Antwerp, Horne , &c., at
spr l'uNE NURSERY.
DWARF PEAR TREES
OrtbiT,dlileil, 85 Per diMen, at
K isTAO B NUhB6RY
WENTY choice varieties, 88 per hun
drel, $ 25 per dozen, - 12y cents each for mustier
quantities, at [a r7y j KeYS ONE NUILSICH.Y.
DELAWARE ORAPE ' • •
DIANA `iatrAP VINES,
CONCORD GRAPE VINES,
CALIFORNIA. GRAPE VINES.
. 1 41.IISGADINE GRAPEVINES,
REBECCA and other
cbo!ce Grape Vines, 50 C 811413 to 51 00 each. Catawba,
(Aldan and Isabela vines at 21 to 50 cents each.
ALL the leading kinde'§l2 per hundred,
it 60per dozes, smaller ,rtt tutittes 15 cents each.
[aptly' - Rforsron guitsgm.
Philadelphia, 4th April, 1862.
500 Team Horses Wanted Immediately.
rrHEY must be. sound, free from blemish,
well .trained..to work,...not lase- than . 16i
hands high, and from six to eight years of age.
Apply at the William Penn Hotel, West Phila,
(Signed) A. BOYD,
Capt. & A. Q. M., 11. S. A
U. S. TRIPOLI,
NOR =ARM AND POLTRRTNG
MILITARY EQUIPMENTS, &c.
Warranted Free from Acid or Poison,
For gale by W W. DOCK, Jr., & 00.
J. S. DELLET T,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
Cor. Main and Frederick streets,
COUNTRY STORES and Physicians
at dty prices.
ANOTHER; SUPPLY OF
UNRTVALL:ED GOLD PENS.
DEBT PENS in the worki,_for 750, 81 25
$1 50, 12, 13, and $4, for WO
tobl6 y . , EICBEFFIEB O 2 Bookstore.
- List iriEcgrirso a largo quantity of
superior „Dandelion ogee, wluebi_ we will sell low
cu suit the times ;.Aiwa, mire ground We Wires and Tur
key Coffee all put up in one pound packages. Call and
examine at the wholesale and retail arum y store of
NICHOLS di BOWMAN,
corner offiront and Market streets.
LA — ON" BLACKBERRIES.
DL AN Sll to $l. 25 per dozen, at
&ply ' Iit2ISTvNE N URSfillY
.DLANTS of the Catawisea, bearing a fall
atop o Sae bar. ea as Idle as Novamb.r. $1 SO
~or dozen, single planks SO cants each, at
spay * Ka Y: TONS NURSERY.
A the inoi..t desirable varieties, and
which hive piodiiced Mut un4netlaNivd in ,he
aw, by the dozen, hunctred,, tuousavd or tea ihotniutd,
`at the [apr7yl • • HEYBT.NIi MIMI/MY.
APRICOT AND PLUM TREES.
(IF choice varieties , 40 to 50 tents each
Ur $4 to S 6 per dosanoix KiaSTO.N.R.billitshka
A CHOICE lot of-ASTER'S: and TEN
wEhn cT taLfl, with it genes al variety of Freda
Viu..er and Gavin seeds, received and to Bale at No.
ulNarket street.• • .11.1314.gu'S Drugstore.
PALM LEAF. MATTRESSES,
'COTTON TOP MATTRESSES,
CHAIR CUSHIONS, .
- CAMP STOOLS, &c., &c.
On hand and for sale at the very lowest rates for yeah
Bair Mattresses and.- Spring Bottoms made to order.
• HAIR MATTRESSES, &c.,
'Repaired andmade equal to new, yery reasonable, al at
pT0.109, Market street, between Fourth and rift, by
m 2md J. T BAKNIIZ.
WM. T. BISHOP,. ,
, OH FIDE NEXT DOOR TO WIRTH'S HALL,
OPPOSITE NEW COURT-HOUSE.
Consultations in Gorman and English.
ELEGANT styles and patterns of Walt
paper for 6, 10, 12, 16 and 26 mute per roll.
'she largest and moat varied stook o f
wall Paper, Borders, Window Blinds,
Curtin and Fixtures
Aver offered in this city. Being bought Ibr cash, it will
be , old at a very small profit.
sir itemember the paoe,
Sehetter 2 s Book Store,
Market street, opposite Bross' Drug c tore, Harrisburg. g
CHOICE Teas, Green and Black, for sale
lm by NICHOL6b & BOWMAN,
bll Corner Front and Market streets.
UAL OIL, Natrona, Magnolia , Lucifer,
and other noiaexp:ranve brands, for sae low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
feb2 Corner Fruit and. Marina streets.
& BLACKWELL'S Celebrated
ki PICKLES, SAUCES, PftESESVgi, &c., &c. A large
an ply of the above, embracing every variety, just re
ceived and for aide by
LT P. &W. C. TAYLOR'S NEW SOAP.
ja • It is economical and tdghly detersive. It con
tains 110 Main and wilt not waste. It is warranted not
welojare the heads. It will impart an agreeable odor,
MA istherefore metal:se for every purpos... Fur
sap oy a. WM. DOCK, Jr. t On.
4ESNS WARE, Glaasware, ptoniware
. ail Eirthawire, now styes, fat' sale lir
'T.P2751_406b-- - --41, and '°Y e t ifiesta.
firslatat'd DRUG STOILIS ie the piswc
BRANT'S HALL !
Positively the Last Appearance of
THE ENTERTAINMENT ACKNOWLEDGED
EVER SEEN IN HARRISBURG•
T - NIG HT,_ (WEDNESDAY,)
GRAND AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE AT HALF
PAST. TWO O'CLPIE THIB AFTEREOON.,
GREAT WIZARD OF THE NORTH
AND THZ ONLY
AMBIDEXTROUS - PRESTIDIGITATOR,
THE FAMOU S
PRESTIDIGITATOR, PHISIMT AND TRAVELER
And the only Artist in the profession of Magic who
performs with the enure AMiNNCS Olf ANY APPA
ELIIIB, and who can alternate his Performance with il
lustrations of the Mechanism of Magic, using an appa-
Tattle which cost $30,000.
- No Master of the Matte Art has practiced this art more
successfully, became more eminent, traveled further. or
achieved more wondrous death than PAUL ANDEIMN.
EACH EVENING AS' ANNOUNCED.
Will be produced the Great Magico:Drauin of
A NIGHT IN WONDER-WORLD
OR TURNS HOURS IN THR REALMS OP ILLUSION,
amid alb MYSTIC, WEIRD, WONDERFUL and EN
CHANTING. The Enteriainment being on the same
scale of grandeur as recently produce I by the Professor
at the Academy of Music, New York, Academy of Musio,,
Boston; Academy of Emit% Brooklyn and Pike's Opera'
Pianist, Retro Remincient Clairvoyant and Second Sight-
ed Sybil Mire ANDititON.
The Fairy of the Hoittolio.. ... F. AN nit S . ON
Mr. J. IL ANDERSON, dr., 810-Dynamist Extraordi
nary ! I
Doors open at 7, performance to commence at 8 o'clock.
Admission 25 cents. Reserved Seats, (body at Ha JO
THE BEST GOODS FOIL THE LUST NON t
BOOTS AND • SHOES,
Also a general assortment of TRUNKS, VA
LISES and CARPET BAGS, at the lowest
cash prices. . mar2B dBm
/862. SPRING OPENING 1862
Black and Second Mourning Dress Goods,
Shawls, Veils, Collars, he.
Fall, 3( yard mid . Lupin's all wool notables.
Sups for makes of Comb .zlne".
Splendid Styles of Fractal isiighame.
La• ge stocr of Lustros and - h a as.
as.7l B.ack ant Purls. ,Drese Silks.
..07 Plain black gag ash Rep Si its:' .
Ia Black and white Floward Silks.
smi Purple aad Black do.
asi Plain so. do.
Small attioved do.,
Ntap 'lion ' do.
MI ,Ni ail wo , IDe'ainci.
-:a , Fire all wool uelaines.
im thepherd'a Pia ids.
GO Silk Cholla: • - -- '
~ . - alg. Oh illtZ69.
Long gook Thlbhet - Shams.
Square list t filiek. and White Shawls.
Square Tut abet- 86,e1r.Si.awb..
yard. W ue Iti.bbet ton Thaw's, -
Very Superior ii , nglish Ceepe Vella, all slue.
l : I arg - at3eg or it glint' Crepe Co 'ars, all sizes.
. ai Black bordered Him Btit 1 Ha idkerchiefs.
'Black G oyes of every destr ptiou.
Wit to Sec rid Mourns ,g Collars.
as S..tt of Cod r and. Sleoves.
Silk and Cotton Hosiery.
Black Love. Veils.
, 00 Jouvin's Kid cloves.
- ..4 Muni h Crepes.
CI Mantu Ribbons.
, ii... Beith-g do.
Particular intention 'is mild and invited..to our
atour of the above g l oOds. Wi ars constantly re
ceiving now oath tuns. Fun mars wilt always
find a foil asserforisra. -,
.• . '. - i CATHCARF is - Lek/PRIM, - •
Next door to the H. , rriabizzg Bank.
aS 'Sc. 11 --- Harket, Square.
PORTEMONAIES, WALLETS; POOR.
et-books Bankers' Cases, Ladles' (labs= Fatchets,'
Ladies Traveli ng satchels. We are constantly reoeiviup
additions to our stack of the above goods, and .neces
sadly have a fine assortment of the latest styles. We
respectfully invite persons waotiug to purchase any cs
the= above articles to examine the stock— , knowing that
a greater var.ety or better goods ammo. be rotted in= tht.
SELLER'S Drug and Fancy Store,
91 Market street, one door earn of Fourth street, south
TERSE"! HAM tz—Tiin tierces of these
El. justly celebrated auger cured halm, received anc.
for se ein lame or small quantities . •
NEW HOUSE FOR SA.LE.
ritHE new frame house• now•being built
I, on State street belowSecondovill be finished by dm
Ist of April, including paving, gasond water pipes. Ap-
P/Y.to GEORGE OuNELE,
...N0.116 Market street.
20: BUILDING 'LOTS FOR BA
A SHORT 'distance west. of the capita,
frondog on Grand and Hamnnind Lane, Prices
1176 to $2OO. Ternia reasonable by GSG.CuNKLIC,
mar2l-dim No. 66 Market street
FRESH. Choice Teas, Black and Green
in X, 34 and 1 pound papers, for sale at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S
►e corner Front and Market streets.
NEW GOODS.—We invite attention to
our new atook:of goods just received. and for sale
low by NlkaOLSdo BOWMAN,
corner on Peon Marker streets.
A LARGE ASBORTMCNT of Family
JUL Bibles of different styles of binding, at 000. $1 23
E. 30, $2, $3, $4, 3,5 and ILO. Also Pockec ßibles of dig
kraut styles and Price kst 313ELEFITSIVHBOokstore:
febin y •
Alarge supply: of ,fresh Salad Oil. in
large and small bottles, and of different brands
Put received and for sale by
DOcx, JR. & co.
GUARA. JELLY.—.A. large supply just
WM. DOCK, Jx.
WK. DOOR, Jr., as 00
TILARINIB FOR 1862.—A great variety
at auxtedlag low prams. at
BEIRIPVI3R , B EiOORAPPOtto.
ALOT of prime Cheese just received and
f o r /Welly. NBILIAAS B *BAN,
. 1 0 IR , ; Cereal/I)kt aad Market atreeta..,
App* Hammy, a& 3 47,
2t mu s e in tn t s.
To B TEN GRANDEST
Known throughout the Gwbe as the
Next door to the . Court House,
, IiyaL.DOCE, JR. Je CO
NICHOLS & BOWILIN'S
oornair, front and Market Wade.
93 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.,
3P I Ak. N 0 St -
XTEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS. from the bes
ill makers, from $2OO upwards.
BEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU
MENTS, FROM $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeone, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in general.
SHEET mu sic.,
Tag LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
hand. Music sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOO
Suitable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on hand.
A. fine assortment of best plated
LOOKING GLASSE S
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
93 Market street.
TO PARENTS AND NURSES.
INFANTILE PLEASURE AND REALTEt
PARENTS, if you desire your children
to enjoy health and pleasure, you mist provide
the means for them to °Jumbo and enjoy tbem,eives,
And for this there is nothing eo good AS one of thee
LITTLE LA.NCASTERIAN CARRIAGES
It not only pleases the little ones and gives them healthy
exercise in the open air. but it saves the naves much
care, and answers the place of a cradle—the older chil
dren take care of the younger. The Doctors insist, that
children, to be healthy, must have exercise in the open
air, and our venerable grandmas assure us that exercise
in a little carnage : prevents the baby from becoming
`•llvergrown" or getting the "onthetma." They are
right. There is no two ways about it—but there are
two kinds or these carriages—one ki id that are bull in
Lancaster, and another kind that ate not.
The Laneasteriaa Carriages are the Best
—the strongest and cheapest. Be sure and get one ; ;
They are made by PHILIP LEBZBL LER,
S. Queen Bt. opposite Ocnnney's Tavern,
N. B. These carriages will be offered Dr sale In Har
riaburg in a PA , days. aprfr dat
CHARLES A. ,BOAS,
HAS REMOVED HIS
WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE
To No. 7, Market Square,
14• belo w the Buehler Ho.se.
H E has constantly on hand a large stock
WATCHES, JEWELRY and PLATED WARE
of all descriptions, Watches and Jewelry repaired and
JOHN B. SMITH
AS removed hie Boot and Shoe Store
f om the come- or even,* and Walnut resets to
NO. 108 MARKET STREET,
Reit door to Hat nes Agriculture hare, where ne Wields
to keepeli kinds of 1.5 ,o s s^,l otr.es,, GAM rs , &i., PIO a
lug • ato :k o Trunk 4, and everyhing in hi. , line of ba
skets; and wit, lie thsottto to reeeire the pat, omit, et
his 0 d euitoinent iti,d the pun i m geuerul at his sew
plans of bu.loess. all kinds of wo it made V. order I • the
best styie and by superior wo, k men rep d ne at
start notice. Eitur2dtll JOHN 13. SMITH.
T. J. HUMES,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
HAS opened a paint shop in Strawberry
alie*, near Thirds reel, two doors fr m he • • Pe.
Ilia end l'n on" cffice,who• ehe is prepared to promut
ly axe ute all orde e et to his care. he Ls also 1 spared
to whiten c illegs and ce e piec a.
slots mme to , p trecoos desiring to do their own
p.tibting, and gold by the pound.
itp, 1 &two
THE Warehouse and Store formerly °e
copied fly Gr., a & Kuulcel suitable for a .orw frdiug
blase and cOMlnwslon business. Lavin a private a.dtua,
and being an, aced 011 the can ti and Perwayl vaunt, rail
ri ad; there is ovary facility for doing a forwarding busi
A STORE ROOK,
suitable for a whelesele and re•ag grocery. PO 6961384011
Avon lauuttlbstely. Inquire on ibe premises of
GR., G. KUNKEL
apr2-2wd* Canal ereet betweeu Stet,. awl Walnut;
1862. APRIL SECOND. 1862.
OATHCART & BROTHER,
No. 14, MARKET SQUARE,
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
GEO. W. MoCALLA,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
NO. 38, lapreelk.
JCL Market Street, Harrisburg.
1111 FAS constantly on hand a large stock
WATCHES, JEWELRY and FANCY ARTI
: ' CLES, PLATED WARE, &c.,
Watches and jewelry neatly repaired.
VP N. B. Don't forget the place, opposite the Jones'
LADIES CORSE I TS,
ALL OF THE DIFFERENT SIZES,
WHITE AND COLORED.
The]bect;artkle manufactured, can be found at
Next door td the Harrisburg Ban k.
ALE, PORTER AND BEER,
11OOTICE is hereby given to the citizens
: IA of Harrisburg, that the undersigned has authorized
Mr. H. Mager to receive orders for any of my mannfac
geirea. The collecting will be attended to by the under
tainted. Au orders left u above -wilt be promptly at
tended to. esOHGE LAURA,
feo22-d6m. Pottsville, Pa.
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. .
"VAZA.RETH, Northampton county, Pa.
IA Easy of access from Harrisburg by railroad to
Easton, and thence seven miles by stage.
Rev. EDWARD IL moan,
CLA.RDEN SEEDS.—Just . received a
kJ large invoice of a .oica Garden et:whiz—comprising
a gn i a t er " .i,,t y of im,,orced and home growat Ett' ol
has ever been offered is this city. tho3e who may
deelxp W parade's, cei depend up at getuug the bast Iu
the yrortd, at the waaleado and retail grocery store of
WM. DOCK, JR- & CO.
DAMP COMPANION. -- A
• voeft'ormeiiidied Writting Desk ; also, Port :Mims,
Memorandum Books, Portmoourams, kr, at
1120 EICHFS/fral BOOKSITOME.