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t k I? 1116 BORG, PA
Oslo Morninz, April 10, 1302.
rn N an advertisement published in
Tel the Catholic public are
I vainst a female whn has been solic
eunibutions in this city purporting to
th. , benefit of the orphans of Conaway,
I.i.frVERNOR. AND TIDE LEGISLATURE. —His
~,; , :y Gov. Curtin has formally invited
ub , r 3 of b nth branches of the Legisla
akeof his hos, Halides at the Fawn-
,uSiOD, at 9 o'clock this evening. The
bas been accepted.
;.hl, Of A D I SERTER.—Some two months
roorg tlll7 by the name of Peter G.
who volunteered in the 104th regl•
detailed as orderly for hospital
he Brig rde Hospital, Washington, de-
m and Joc ited himself it) Allen
y, J., as school teacher. Capt. Harvey
his whereabouts, despatched
iii officer to that place on Saturday
, n o am sted him, and yesterday, with
,ner in custody passed through this
lot,to 'or Washington.
, ^Ar NT ON SUNDA.T.—There was a case be
- court of common pleas in Philadel
istorday, in which the discharge of a
r asked for on the ground that he
, n(lay. On the hearing, the en
„uSunday wile admitted, but testimony
uce l by the officer to show that the
tot lunk when he presented himself,
advised to delay his enlistment until
he declined to do, and was then
Le s,a;ing that he had difficulty at
t was urged in argument that, as an
tt tv is a contract to give service, it was
;Ig if made on Sunday, and the Die
rnvy suggestel that the government
oniteo laced all work on Sundays, and
bk..ly to sanction enlistment on &ni
-1 cue being a novel one, and the court
i Lind to act hastily in. the matter, it was
E SUSQUEMINNA.—The river commenced
• n Friday night last, and continued
Nuuatry evening, when it had attained the
I height of our spring f wallets. The rain and
LA the list two days will doubtless con
: the " rise," and we may shortly look for
d fashioned flood. It is supposed there is
het on both the North and West branches,
is s on as the flood subsides to rafting
Rion, all the lumber prepared will be
t fnr market. The usual quantity is
lv weal to arrive in our market this
‘i the manufacturers assure us that
t Aims In the pine regions—in conga
t? of the many hands previously
• its manufacture being now in our
this year, fall far abort of
'C r . e
viol] g seasons. The present and
t - telt will, we expect, empty out both
th.: the Susquehanna, and large
nu of lumber be at our wharves,
a a ee,tats will be enabled to judge
yity aa i quality, and we have no
• ,I•,s will be to the manufacturer
i; 1.1,er ttille as last season.
c . NULTY, Col. E. C. Williams,
,r_ll scattered, extending from
H , 2utucky, to some distance be
unessee. The first batallion
I. noessee, under command of
two companies of the second
trksvillo, Tennessee, under
I,,at. Col. James; a portion of
,'!‘ IL is some distance beyond
command of Major Jordan;
- ~te at Bowling Green under
Q. Brown; and the balance
lie, Kentucky, together with
i.,antry companies command
a:John S. Detweder. Bus
"nest egg" of secession in
,s at that place that the
Govenment was found,
lq:i.oved to Bowling Green,
11 I North. The forces of the
r .1 , 1 , ,o9(1 and Buckner wire en
ale a considerable time; the
,we i _,imp Buckner. The present
t ~t tie post, Brevet Major John
t,a4, however, changed the name
P.t, lie," A continuous line of
rkpli'' has been extended along
1 : ul the Lochiel cavalry, and
has been made its intent
' All letters to this regiment
be directed to the Ninth Penn
v', Nashville, Tennessee.
ECCRQ PRILIALS COLLEGE.—We have
,Istn annual catalogue of the Pitts
lrege for the year 1860-1. This
;41bo repot ‘tion of being one of
:::or successful educational insti
.lo o..kmtry, and is extensively pat
' br• ci.izons of Western Pennsylva
htates. The course of in
•••stn- nbive and thorough, embracing
Ales of a solid and orntun-mtal ed
,iie the government is parental,
on penalties for violation of law,
:tion and mutual confidence, and
of temptations to do wrong. Th e
1:m; is one of the best constructed
educational purposes. Within
Alie4litny river, it has all the adi. -
and light, and while the exte
: must imposing in the city,
hrt.u.gx went, , have all been planned
purpos,s f teaching. Rev. T. C.
eloquent sermon in the
t,et Methodist Church, in this City,
be remembered by
ur citizens, is tire President of the
Kcal u '' d , occupiee the Chair of Mental and
iJithsephy in the college. Rev. Mr:
a bloater of C. L. Pershing, Keg
t, ll ., l , u rcpt 11' r qrez %naive in the present Legit
THE WAIL Nsws from the South-west yes
terday created an intense excitement through
out the city, and for several hours the bulletin
board in front of our office was fairly beseiged
by crowds of people anxious to learn further
particulars of the glorious Union victories.
A STORY of the singular adventures of a bank
bill is given by the Boston Transcript as follows:
"A ten dollar bill of the Old Colony Bank,
Plymouth, was brought to this city on
Saturday last as a curiosity. The bill, while
in the hands of a person in Bridgewater, was
seized by a dog, chewed and swallowed before
it could be rescued from him. The animal
was at once killed, and the mangled pieces of
the bill secured. The gastric juice had acted
somewhat on the edges, destroying them, but
they were very neatly pasted together, so as to
pass current. The bill recovered of the bite ;
the dog, it was, that died."
ORDEL—Never leave things lying about—a
shawl here, a pair of slippers there, and a
bonnet somewhere else—trusting to a servant
to set things rights. No matter how many
servants you have, it is a miserable habit, and
if its source is not in the intellectual and moral
character, it will inevitably terminate there.
If you have used the dipper, towel, tumbler,
etc., put them back in their places and you
will know where to find them when you want
them again. Or if you set an example of care
lessness, do not blame your servants for follow.
log it. Children should be taught to put things
in their proper places as soon as they are old
enough to use them ; and if each member of
the household would observe this simple rule
the house would never get much out of order,
and a large amount of vex ,tion and useless
labor would be avoided.
ParaTaas,—By the way, says a writer in the
Philadelphia Prase, it is right for printers to
know that for a while until a recent period, ac
tors were legally designated " vagabonds" in
England. A statute passed In the reign of
Queen Anne, distinctly declares that printers,
like attorneys, are gentlemen. The distinction
arose in this wise : When swords formed a
part of genteel attire, they were worn by many
who neither by birth, education nor calling,
were entitled to be considerated gentlemen. To
place the matter out of dispute, an act of Par.
liament was passed, In which was ret forth the
various classes authoriud to wear swords or
rapiers, as a part of their costumes, and in this
statute printers are expressly named as entitled
to what at that period was considered a privi
lege. The word "printer," in Queen Annie's
time, meant the compositor, who out of a chaos
of type, put men's thoughts Into the form which
preserves them, if worthy, for the future as
A Goon Move.— We have been informed
that the children of Columbia will give a
Union concert for the benefit of the sick and
wounded soldiers, on Wednesday evening next,
in the Odd Fellows' Hall at that place. This,
observes our reportorial cotemporary of the
Lancaster Egret% is a nob'e movement, and is
worthy of imitation by other communities.—
The enterprising little town of Columbia is so
patriotic that even tho little ones cannot rest
satisfied without contributing their share to
the comfort of the wounded and sick soldier.
Look at that, ye slow coach, country commu
nities, and resolve to " go and do likowise."
This arrangement seems to us to be one of
the most sensible that can be made—acting on
the principle of our Young Men's Christian In
stitute lectures, giving a treat to the audience
as well as aiding a noble cause. We give this
extended notice, not only as a !deserved tribute
to the noble feelings of our Columbia friends,
which prompted the thought, but as an in.
centive to bring out something of, the same
sort in our city.
Who is the man that does not love to hear
the music of children's voices, and would not
willingly give his share towards helping them
to attain their good end. Besides, the work
need not be confined to the children ; those of
a larger growth might follow in their footsteps
and get up a concert which would do credit to
the community which produced it.
Farms FERN has said some goods things in
her way, but she never made a better hit or
spoke truer than when she perpetrated the fol
lowing : "It is just as sensible to get married
without courting as to attempt to succeed in business
without advertising." How are the public to know
what you have to dispose of unless you make
it known through the medium of the press ?
A gentleman whose mind had been brought
to bear upon this subject by reading an article
on the subject of advertising, concluded to
make an examination of the matter, and ta
king up a paper examined the advertisements,
made a list of those merchants who had adver
tised, and then made a tour of the streets
where they were located, and his experience
was that those houses which advertised freely
and liberally were crowned with customers,
while equally as attractive looking stores next
door to them were doing but little, and some
of them no business. That which is true of
the city is equally so of the country merchant.
CARPET I CARPET I OARPIGT l—Having 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 I offer
cheaper than ever. 20 pieces of carpet, from 8771
cents up to 87 cents ; 40 pieces of beautiful
Curtain meth; very cheap; splendid black
silks at 76 cents, worth 90 cents ; good black
silk at $l, worth 81 25 ; black silk 82 Inches
wide at $1 10, worth $1 87 ; very fine black
Bombazin at $1 10, worth $1 50 ; sum
mer edits at 60 cents a yard ; 10 pieces of
the .finest Irish linen at 75 cents, worth $1 ;
1,000 hoop skirts, at 60 75 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
which we prowise to sell at city
prices to wholesale buyers. 8. Lzwr,'
mBl-y lthoad's old stand.
IMISH.---M - ackorel Nos. 1, 2 awl 3, in
who:. or half barrels. Fresh invoi.e for „le low
• NICHOL.; & OW,
corner of Front and Itfar..et MAN
§TORK ROOM to' rent, apply to Dr
`Kimbell. at Mr& liblolt'a boarding home, 811 oetaa
We row, &mood street.
jpennegluattia Alattp Cloirsbap morning, Ipril 10, 1862
REPORTED EXPRESSLY FOR THE TELEGRAPH
Several bills were reported and passed.
The school bill was called up, and after
various amendments having been adopted, it
the bill to renew and extend the charter to
the Cambria Bank was passed.
House bill No. 79, a general bill concerning
the sale of railroads, &c., was passed.
The Governor's commuuication of his annual
reception of members of the Senate, was read
and accepted for to-morrow evening.
The SPEAKER called the House to order at
0 o'clock, A. X.
Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Martz.
NORTH PHILADELPHIA PLANE ROAD.
Mr. EARLY moved a reconsideration of the
vote had on a motion to indefinitely postpone a
motion to reconsider the vote on the final pas
sage of the supplement to the act incorporating
tne North Philadelphia plank road company,
(said bill having been defeated.)
The SPEAKER decided the motion out of
order, in accordance with the rule established,
that when the House has acted on a subject and
afterwards laid on the table, a motion torecon
sider the motion to lay on the table, is out of
The decision of the Chair was appealed from.
The question, "Shall the decision of the Chair,
be sustained f"—was determined in the affirm/. 6 ,
tive—yeas 92, nay 1.
Agreeably to order,
The House resumed the consideration of Beni
ata bill No. 538, an act to re-organize the Con
gressional districts of Pennsylvania, in aced
dance with the late act of Congress.
The question was on a pending motion *1
After a full discussion, the previous questir
was called and sustained.
Pending the vote on the bill, the House ao.l
- until three o'clock this afternoon.
Naw Gnoos.—l am now selling off my entire
stock of goods at and below cost, or 25 Lair
cent, cheaper than you can purchase elsewhere,
viz: fine linen shirts, 75 cts. to $1 ; shirts, 60
and 60 cts. with linen bosoms ; night
shirts, 60 eta ; under shirts and drawers, 40
cts. to 87 cts., all wool; monkey jackets, 60
cts: to $1; coton and woolen hose 10 eta. to
16 cts ; silk ties, 12k, 15 and 18 cts ; collars,
8 cts. to 16 cts. a piece ; ladies' collars, 4 and
6 cts.; cuffs, 4 and 6 cta. a piece; under
sleeves, 18 cts.• ' fine cambric at 18 and 18 eta.
per yard, worth 26 eta.; Marseilles bosoms of a
new style, and fast collars, 12} eta.' '
bosoms, 15 eta. and upwards. If you want
cheap and good goods just go to Tames A.
Lynn, at the Harrisburg Cheap Shirt Manu
factory, where he is selling off without reserve.
N. B.—Shirts, &o. made to measure, Room
next to Hummel & Killinger's grocery store,
12 Market street.
DR. OUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FUR FEMALES.
"Read the firloailug certificate" from one of the ltrat
ladle& in Utica, N. N.Y. who called upon my agents in that
city (Mr. Wm. Bristol & 0o.,) and told them that she, of
course, did not wish bier name amide public, boo tl — Afty
oneshould. , dfiab. - t
the wonderful efficiency of Da. tiortie
oo'e Golden Pills, they might refer any Lady to her, as
she considered it a duty, as well as a pleasure, to her
Knowledge of their efficacy, as administered to bar
daughter, a young lad 17 years old. ;he was fast go
lug into conamtiption—load taken oold—nature became
obstructed. Two boxes of these Golden Pint entire-'
ly cured her, and site is now In robust health.—
"We weir,. Articular in buying the genuine. Full and
exphcitdirections accompanying each box Price
Sold wholesale and , retail by 0. A Batrarvatre, No. 2,
Jones Row, and 0. K. Emmy 91 Market street, Barris
burg, Pa. By sending either of them 01 00 throught he
Harrisburg Post Office the Pills will be sent confidentially
by mall to any part of the country; "free of postage."
N. 13.-I.mok out fair counterfeits. Boy no Golden Pills
of any kind unless the box Is signed S. D. Howe. All
others is a base imposition and unsafe; therefore, as
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of be
ing humbugged out of your money ) , buy only of those
who show the signature of 9, D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added on account of the raw_
betnr enutiterfelted. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are made known to every Agent, and they
are safe, and will perform all claimed for them.
Sold also by, T. L. Lumberger, Lebanon ; A.. 7. Scuff.
man, Mechanicsburg ; Marks, Lewistown ;8. Elliott-
Mrlise 3 8. G. Newville ; J. C. Albeit, Shippens,
burg ; J. Spangler, Chambersburg ; E. T. Miller, York ;
J. A. Wolf, Wrightsville; 8. 8. Stevens, Reading; and
it. P. Hunter, Reading, and by "one druggist" in every
town and vill age in the United States, and by
IL D. MOWS,
Sole Proprietor, New York'.
The only Haulm and Reliable Dyer Known 1
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
Ryon wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beauti nil and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Bair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MaDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wn. A. BlrOalfLOß since 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
W. A. BATCHEIAR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is weans:run
not to injure% the least, however long it may be combs
ned, and the ill effects of bad Dv es remedied. The hair
Is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop-
erly applied at No, 16 dond Street New York.
Sold to alltheoitee and towns of the United States, by
Draggling and Fancy Goods Dealers:
The Genuine has the name" William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
sides of each box.
QTOLEN from the stable of the subsori
k bee in Yairview township, York county, foTmerly
the residence or Jacob Y. Haldeman, Esq., on Monday
night the 7,13.
A BAY MARE,
about ten years old ; of medium heightli, bas a email
white star ou the foretkad, the rititt bind leg is white
from tte ho if to near the resins joint ; W e left bind leg
lea tittle thicker than the risut, owing to a forme , ail
ment ; pet welt is hereon and s oldie' not readily
Twenty dollars of the a . ova reward wig be paid for
the return of the horse alone, or thirty dollars for the
arrest of the thief and return of the home to the subscri
ber HENRY YETTIR,
a rB-d2tmaes Fairview tmenship, York Co.
JUST RECEIVED:—The New Shaped
Hart, th • finest article manufaciured. For
ease at CATHCART%
aprBy Nest door to the Harrisburg batik.
OPENED THIS MORNING.
A LARGE line of Prints and Do!sines,
at obi prtoee. CATHCART &BROTRKR,
apay Next door to the Harrisburg Bank
ALARGE assortment of all sizes, in
white au colored of the most desirable makes, at
CAT.BOaRT & BROTBKR
al rBy Seat door to the Harrisstug Bask.
ROUSE FOR RENT.
ABRICK HOUSE with six rooms, sit
natal on Stite street between Front Cud Second
Powo3slii glyen linsdedlat4y. Enquire of
QCHUY LKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA
),,„3l4athoadOompeny, Office No. .211 h. Fourth *eat,
rudidelphta, Apr 11362.
The annual Nesting, of the Stockholders of tide Vow
Pah/. and an election [or Prodded acid Mx Managers,
wlu taire'phieirlit the 'Mikis °title Oompany, May sth, -
at 12 o'clock, X. W. H. MoIIiELMINNEY,
WSDNEStLY, April 9, 1862
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
WEDSZSDLT, April 9, 1862
A OtARO TO MK LLDIKR
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE! !
Win. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye
WbolesaleiFactory, 81. Barclay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
THIRTY DOLLARS REWARD
eni 'Atrver Its enunts
IMPROVED WASHING MACHINE
riIHE ;AMPLEST, MOST PERFECT.
11 Cheapest and most easily wonted. washing machine
ever invented. Vwnship rights for sale at such pr ea as
will enable an energetic mechanic to earn b ur drillers p r
ay. Call and see the machine at the White Hall HMO+
epposle the Court House. apr7-dBctro&
TO RESTAURANT KEEPERS.
FOR SALE.—The stock, good will and
fixture , and lease of the Reaturaot under. Wyeth's
Mal Harrisburg. dpply on the premises or to
• J. dLiC RN,
ialvot Brold street, West Harrisburg.
DWARF AND STANDARD
Y native and foreign choice varieties
, k) cf healtroul growth, 25 to by ce1.13 each $2 50 to
$5 per dozen, $l5 10 $3O par hen red, at
apr7y K BY 4 TONE NURSERY.
SILVER Maples large, 25 to 50 cents
each, $5 per daz'a. Silver Poplar, Balsam Poplar,
solve Cbe‘tnat, 0 aalpa, Moan* .In Ash, laugh& Ash,
Pautownla 'bipedal's, Norway, staple, ,60 cents to
$1 ea'b, $3 to £lO per dozen at
apr7y KEYSTONE NIIRRFRY.
XTORWAY Fir, lialgam Fir, Silver Fir,
L' scotch Fir, Matt leo Pine, bor Vito, , from
Ito 15 feet high, at all prices, from 25 coots and un
',ids. at KEYSIA)NE, :••• R 4.
IaRINCILLE'S , Orange, Faletolf Frantb
-1-." raft, Red Antwerp, Borne , ike., at
apr ; BSYSrONN NURSERY.
DWARF PEAR TREES
STANDARD PEAR TREES.
CENT 6 each, $5 per dozen t at
apr7y KBUTONE PiUilez Y
IW RNTY choice varieties, $8 per hin
t. dred, 2i per dozen, 1234 cente each for lonelier
quantities, at Di r7yj liiiYSTONE NPRaiiiir•
100 BUILDING . LOTS PUB . SAL.
riIHE subscriber offers for sale, on terms
j 1„. favorable to purchasers, Gee hundred buirdinglote
variously situated In the north western and eguitemparts
of the city of Harrisburg. On Penn street, Foster avenue,
hose street, Ridge avenue, wad ou State street, oast id
Paxton creek, between said creek and the Harriahurg
For farther partioalars inquire of the subscriber re
dding on Front street In said city. SNO. FORSTER.
DELAWARE GRAPE VINES,
DIANA GRAPE VINES,
CONCORD GRAPE VINES,
CALIFORNIA GRAPE VINES;
MUSCADINE GRAPE VINES,
REBECCA and other
obo!oe Grape Vines, 50 cents to 51 .00 Mob. Catawba,
Clot= and Isabela vines at 26 to 60 cents each.
ALL the leading kinds $l2 per hundred,
31 60per dose; smaller au mattes 16 cents each,
raptly! IC ItYSTONE NUBS CRY.
PALM mill' MATTRESSES,
COTTON TOP MATTRESSES,
CAMP STOOLS, &a., &a.
On hand asid, for sale at the very lowest rata for cub
Hair Illattreasee and Spring Bottoms made to order.
HAIR MATTRESSES, &0.,
Repaired and made equal to new very reasonable, allat
No. 109, Market street, between'Fourth and MIRK, by
' 2md , . . J. T BMINICZ.
385 & 387 BROADWAY,
CORNER OF FRANKLIN STREET,
PHIS first-class house—the most quiet,
1 homelike, and pleasant hotel is the city—offers
superior Inducement- , to thosa visiting Nal' YOKE for
business or pleasure. It is central in its location, and
kept on the
where refreshments &I 1 be had at all hears, or served
in their own rooms. The chug.), are modersste, the
rooms and attendance of the first order—baths, and all
the modern convenience attached . maB3m
11, S. TRIPOLI,
TO CLEANING AND POMORINO
MILITARY EQUIPMENTS, 4to
Warranted Free from Lad or Poison,
For sale by W . W.I:IOGB, J r., 8t Co.
3. S. DELLETT, -
. Wholesale and Retail Druggist s
Cor. Main and Frederick streets,
COUNTRY STORES and Physicians
supplied at city prices. a 8
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF •
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS.
BEST PENS in the world, for 750, $1 25
bO, $2, $3, and $4, for sale at
teelb y . SOLIBEFEWS Bookstore.
CELEBRATED DANDELION COPPER,
JUST RECEIVED a large quantity of
superior Dandelion Coffee, which we will sell low
to snit the times - ; also, pure ground Bin Coffee and Tur
key Coffee all put up in one pound packages. Call and
examine at the wholesale and retail grocery store of
NICHOLS di BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
PLANTS $1 to $1 25 per dozen, at
apr.7y KEYSTONE NURSERY
DLANTS of the Oatawiesa 7 bearing a-full
crop of. tine berries as late as November. $1 50
per dozen, single plants 20 cents each, at
aptly `KRY:aONE NURSERY.
ALL the most desirable varieties, and
which have prodnoed fruit unsurpassed in the
, by the dozen, hundred, thousand or ten thousand,
at the (apr7yj EEYSToNE NURSERY.
APRICOT AND PLUM TREES.
OF choice varieties, 40 to 50 cents each
$4 to $6 per dozen, at KEYSTONE EM MET
ACHOICE lot of ASTER'S and TEN
WEEK .529CES, With a general variety of Fresh
'tower and Garden Seeds, received and fur isle at No.
91 Market street. EZELLEK'S Drugstore.
CRUSHED, broken loaf, fine and coarse
pulverised and other sugars for sale by
NICHOIg & BOWMAN,
Career Frost and 'Market etreets.
SMOKED BEEF.—A splendid lot, large
and well cured..
WM. DOCK, it. & CO.
TO 1 MACKERAL in Kitts, half bar-
Di rola, and barrels, at the Mew Grocery and Prod
Mon Store, Front and llLarhat streets.
NICHOLS A 'BOWMAN
wiAMILY WASHING BLUE, an .expel
lentamailiage for•ltutsa : for sale at the ailioleaalo
maw of Mat and MulatitaieM.
BRANT'S HALL !
Positively the Last Appearanoe of
THE ENTERTAINMENT ACKNOWLEDGED
TO BE THE GRANDEST
EVER SEEN IN HARRISBURG•
TO. .1‘ G T, (WEDNESDA Y,)
GRAND AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE AT RALF
PAST TWO O'CLOCK TIM AFTERNOON.
Known throughout the Gnbe as the
GREAT WIZARD OF THE NORTH
AIM THE ONLI •
THE FAMOU S
PRESTIDIGITATOR, PHYSICIST AND TRAVELER
umeek, otly Artist in the profession of Magic who
performs with' the entire_ .awsiortg ! AP?
MAIM, and Who din aiternete PellotiMftW
histrations of the Mechanism of Magic, miss an
rates which cost $30,000.
'No Master or the Mule Art has practised this aft
s,toceesfully,. became more emltiont. traveled fa ,
achieved more wondrous deeds than PAU% ANDVlttfig.
BADE EVENING- AS ANNOUNCED.
Will be produced the Great Maglco-Drama of
A =GMT Elf WONDER...WM . INa
OR THREE HOURS IN THC REALMS OE ILLUSION,
amid tits MYRTIO, WEIRD, WONDAYUL lerd -- Ml-
IXIANTI.NR. The Entertainment being on the same
scale of grandeur as recently producet by the Professor
at the Academy of Willie, New York, Aoademy of Music,
Renton; Academy of Mudd,. Brooklyn and Plica's Opus
Pianist, Retro laminar:int Clairvoyant sad Second Sight.
ed Sybil Miss etNDERSON
The Fairy of the Portfolio... .. . . M 1831% ANDERSON
Mr.J. H. .aMDMISON, Jr., Rio-Dynamist Extraordl
nary I I
Doev open at 7, performance to commence at 8 o'clock.
..ddintAtion 25 . eats. Reserved Seats, (body of Ha
60 cents. apra-dtd
THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST HON
A. HUTAME I.
BOOTS AND. SHOES,
Next door to thi Court House,
Also a general assortment of TiIII,NRS, VA
LISES and CARPET BAGS, a the lower
cash priors. mar2B•dBm
1862. SPRING OPENING 1862.
Black and Second Mourning:Dress Goods,
Shawls, Veils, Collars,
Roll, yard wide Lupin's all wool Dela:nes.
Supe-tor makes of nombatines.
Splendid Styles or French. Nteghams.
Large istoo2. of Lustres and Ipa - ass.
Bmok ani Purple Dress Silks.
Plain black Squish Rep
Black and -white Floward Silks.
Purple sad Black do.
Plaindo. - do.
as Small Checked do.
to Neap elltan do.
}all wool Datable/.
FigM all wool uelaines.
* Silk Challis.
GO2 Rog. Chintses.
Long Black Thibbet Shawls.
Square Plaid Black and White Shawls.
Square Thibbet Black Shawls.
2 yard Wade Thibbet for eihawis,
Very Superior angLish Crepe Vella, all sizes.
large stock or it oglish Crepe Collars, all alias
• Black bordered Dem Stitch Haudkeroblers.
Black Gmves of every description.
I=l Wh to Secmd Motu - Mug Collars.
ma &Ate of Collar and Sleeves.
Silk and Cotton Bostery,
Pat Black Love Veils.
an Jouvih's Kid. Gloves.
I=l Englich Crepes.
i= o 11 Mantis Ribbons.
Particular attention 'le pa!d and invited to oar
atone of the above goods. We are constantly re
ceiving new addi tone. Pure mars wilt 'aitoays
Anti a full auertment.
CATHCART St SRO SR,
Nest door to the Efirriebarg Bank.
N. 11 Market Square
NEW HOUSE FOR SALE.
THE new frame house now being built
on State street oelowStoond, will be [trashed by the
Ist of April, including paving, gas and water pipes. ell
yly to GEORGE OuNKI,E,
marl9-6tt No. 66 Market street.
20 BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
ASHORT distance west of the capitol,
fronting on Grand and Hammond Lane. Price'
*no to 5200. Terms reasonable by GNO. CoNS.L2I S
mar2l-d tut No. 66 Market street
WM. T. BISHOP,
OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO WYETH'S HALL,
OPPOSITE NEW COUE'T-HOVSE.
Consultations in German and English.
ELEGANT styles and patterns of Wall
Paper for 6, 10, 12, 15 and 25 cents per rolL
the largest and most varied stock o f
Wall Paper, Bor4ers, Window t Blinds,
Cortina and Puitires
ever offered in this city. Being bought ibr sash, it will
be said at a Yery small profit.
Mr Remember the place,
Schellees Book Store,
Market street, opposite Dross' Drug store, Harrisburg. i d
CCHOICE Teas, Green and Black, for sale
low by NICHOLat Jr BOWMAN,
Cebu , , Corner Front and Market streets.
COAL OIL, Natrona, Magnolia, Lucifer,
and other rim-explosive brands, for sale low by
NICROLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Yront and Market meets.-
CROSS & BLACKWELL'S Celebrated
PICKLE, SAUCE.% PRESER.VBFV:An” &o. A large
bupply or the above, embracing every variety, just re
ceived and for sale by
HP. & W. C. TAYLOR'S NEW SOAP.
•it is economical and Welly detersive. It con
temns no mein and Will not waste. It is warranted not
to injure the heads. It wilt impart an agreeable odor,
and Is therefore suitable for every purpose. For
sale by WhL DOCK, Jr. Co.
CreNTAft,b, Glassware, ;stoneware,
and Earthenware, new styles: for gale by
NICHOLS a L WIWI;
m 27 y 1 northeast corner of Front and Harlot Areal*.
• d -Fruits. Fresh
4 - IRAN.I3EftRIM, D rie d
KkiLiakitt'd bTlittS is the OSI6
tokbnyystee lledkthes. 66=
TO PARENTS AND NURSES.
INFANTILE PLEASURE AND HEALTH.
PARENTS, if you desire your children
to enjoy health and pleasure, you most provide
the means for them to eit.telie and enjoy theoreiVell,
and for dd. there is nothing eo good as (aloof those
LITTLE LANCASTERIAN CABELI GES
It not only pleases the little ones and gives them healthy
exercise in the open air, but it saves the our-es much
eare, and answers the place of a eralle—the older chil
dren take care of the younger. The Doctors m-Ist, that
children, to be healthy. must have exercise In the new
air, and our venerable granimes velure us that exercise
in a little carnage 13-events the baby From becowiog
"livergrown" or getting the "optnetma." Tnev are
r!ght. There is no two ways about it—but there are
two kinds of these carriages—one kind that are to It to
lancester, and aneitisr kind hat are not.
The Laneasterian carriages are the Bost
—the strongest and obeapess. Be stye and get stet
They are made by PHILIP I BBZUJEft,
S Queen Bt. opposite Comnes's Tavern,
N. B. These carriages will be offered frr sale is Har
risburg In a frw days. aprb.dbt
SAS 33.110YED 818
WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE
.p;•1 To No. 7, Market Square, -
below the Buehler Boca
E ir has constantly on hand a latgo stock
WATOEIMI, JEWELRY and PLATED WARE
of all descriptions. Watebet arid Jewelry repaired and
warranted. apr2 dims
HAS removed his Boot and Shoe Store
from the corner or Second and Walnut oreeta to
NO. 108 MARKET STREET,
Next door to Halna's Agriculture Flare, where be intends
to keepall kinds of Bows a^d Shoes, Gait Ts, &c., mud a
large stock of Trunks, and everything in his line of bu
siness ; and will be thankful to receive the patronage 01
his old customers and the publi• in general at hie new
place of business. All kinds of work made to order I o the
best style and by superior workmen. PepAlring d• tre at
short notice. rapr2dtl] JOHN B. SMITH.
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER.
ITAS opened a paint shop in Strawberry
alley, near Third street, two doors from the Pa
triot and Union" office,whore he is prepared to prompt
ly execute all orders lett to his care. Reis else repared
to whiten c-illtigs and Mate pleo
sir rah*, mixed for parsons desiring to do their owa
painting, and geld by the pound.
IHE Warehouse and Store formerly oo-
L caplet by GroFa & Kunkel suitable fora forwarding
hone and commission bash:woo. Lavin.: a private radio g,
sod belog situated on the can .1 - turf Panneylran la rail
read; there 15 ovary facility for doing a forwarding it nal-
suitable fbr a wholesale and ratal. grocery. Po SaitatiOLl
given immediately. Inquire on the premises of
GNU. U. KUNKEL.
apr2-2wd* Canal e:reet between Etete and Walnut
1862. APRIL SECOND. 1862.
CATHCART & BROTHER,
GEO. W. MoCALLA,
WATOMSER & JEWELER,
o.rd 3B, Optikek,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
H AS constantly on band a large stock
WATCHES, JEWELRY and FANCY ARTI
CLES, PLATED WARE, &c.,
Watches and Jewelry neatly repaired.
N B. Don't forget the place, 'opposite the Jones'
ALL OF THE DIFFRAFINT SJ7MS,
WHITE AND COLORED.
The)best,:artirde manufactured, can be found at
Next door to the Harrisburg Ban k.
PORTEMONAIES, WALLETS, POCK.
et-books, Stinkers' Cases, Ladles' Cabs .sitches,
Ladies Traveling satchels. We are constantly reach , illg
additions to our stock of the above goods, and nooeo
sarily have a fine assortment of the latest styles. We
respectfully invite persons wautiog to purchase any rd
the above articles to examine the stock—knowing tha t
a greater variety or better goods cane: be found in the
SELLER'S Druz and Fancy Store,
81. Market street, one door east. of Fourth steeat, south
side. m 4.
ALE, PORTER AND MR.
NOTICE is hereby given to the citizens
of Harrisburg, that the undersigned has authorised
ktr. B. Mager to receive orders for any el my zminturao
ture.s. The collecting will be attended to by the under.
signed. Alll orders left as above will be promptly at
tended to. OMAGH LAURA,
feb22-dent. Pottsville, Pa.
130ABDING SCHOOL FOB BOYS.
N.AZARETE, Northampton county, Pa.
Easy of ;mesas from Harrisburg by railroad to
n, and therm seven miles by stage.
Rev. EDWARD S. EItiOLIEL ,
GARDEN SEEDS.—dust received a
large invoice of choice Garden feeds—oomprbiing
a greater variety of imported and home groivit than
has ever been offered la this city. Those who may
desire to purchase, can depend up= getting the best 14
the world, at the wholesale and retail grocery store of
WM. DOCK, Js. Ji 00.
TERM HAM I—Tsri tierces of 6.0813
t,I Pally celebrated sugar cured haw, received anc
or ea girt large or mad quantities.
WM. DOCK, ja. k CU.
FRESH Choice Teas, Black and lireen,
la , and 1 pound papers, for sale at
id corner 'Front Itud Market streets.
EW GOODS.—We invite attention to
wAour new stook:of goods just received , and for sale
I NioliOLS & BOWMAN,
eorner of Frolic .¢d Starke[ artets.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT of Family
Bibles of different styles of binding, at 900, $1 2.5
$1 60, $2, 99, 94, $5 andslo. Also Pocket Bibles of dif
[trent styles end prices at SCIELENTER , B Bookstore.
WM. DOCK Jr.. &Co
Alarge supply of fresh Salad Oil. in
lar g o 'and small bottles, end of eiffarent beads
!net received and for sale by
wit. DOGS, S>< & W.
irtUARA JELLY.—A larks supply just
WhL DOCK, JR. k Cu._
nIARIEB FOR 1862.—A great variety
_IL/ at exceeding low price; at
AtLOT of p4one Cheese just received and
for male by NICHOLAS at BOW MAN,
is 13 Cornerjraat and Market streets.
°HOLES A. BOAS,
JOHN B. SMITH
T. S. HUMES,
A STORE ROOM,
No. 14, MARKET SQUARE,
Next door to the Harrieburg Bank