Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, April 15, 1862, Image 3
pail g ol'ttegrapil. HARRISBURG, PA Tuesday Afternoon, April 15,1561. SEVERAL OAR LOADS of "jolly tars," in the service of Uncle Sam, passed through our city this morning. They were a fum looking set of fellows, and as lively as a bag of fleas. Mason FRINK, of the 11th Regiment P. V., was in this city this morning, on business con nected with the Adjutant General's office. He reports the men of the gallant old Eleventh in full health and discipline, and is himself look ing well and happy. IT Is astonishing how "toddy" promotes in dependence. A. well-known "brisk," lying, a day or two since, in a spiritual manner, was advised in a friendly way to economise, as "flour was going up." "Let it go," said old bottle nose, "I kin git. as 'high' as flour kin any day." THE STATE FAIR. —The Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society have resolved to hold a fair during the coming fall, and invite proposals from the different localities In the State for holding it. We are right glad to see this determination on the part of the society, and we hope the fair will be the means of reviving the agricultural interest in the State. The holding of this fair at this time shows that the American people are able to do more than one thing at a time—. whip rebels and attend to their agricultural concerns at home. I=l=l Scrtoor. Exrrnurrorr.—The second exhibition of the Middletown High School, came off in Union Hall, in that borough, last evening, and was witnessed by an unusually large and in telligent audience. The order of exercises em braced music by the Brumbach Brass Band, addresses, declamations, dialogues, reading essays and singing, in all of which the pupils acquitted themselves in a praiseworthy man ner; eliciting the wannest commendations of the audience. The exhibition is to be repeated to-night. I=l How TO BANISH ItaTs.—A correspondent of Gardner's Monthly says—"l tried the effect of introducing into the entrance of their holes, runs or hiding places, a small piece of chloride of lime or bleaching powder, wrapped in calico, and stuffed into the entrance holes, and thrown loese by the spoonful into the drain from the house. This drove them away for a twelve month, when they returned to it. They were again treated in the same manner, with a like effect. The cure was most complete. I pre sume it was the chloride of gas which did not agree with ther olfactories." Pomos—Mayor's Ottice.—Jacob Hoff—a jolly waterman from the Pine regions—was up for drunkenness and disorderly conduct at the de pot. Fine $3, which he paid, and was then discharged. Ed Colmstock, a soldier, was arraigned for personating the "Chief of Police," and attempt ing to force the door of a house of ill fame back of the Capitol. Remanded to the Lock up for further hearing. George Holsman, also a soldier, very drunk. Fined $lOO —no funds—remanded. Chares M. Hays, drunk anddisorderly. Sent to prison for fifteen days. Erna rum hiontrrao.--The alarm of fire about one o'clock this morning was occasioned by the burning of a two story frame house near Cum berland street, in the Sixth ward, owned by Mr. John Wagoner. The Good Will and Hope fire companies. were promptly on the ground with their apparatus, and succeeded in subdu ing the tlames,.not however, until the building was burned to a mere shell. The building narrowly escaped destruction about two weeks since, caused by the burning of an adjoining one story and a half house, the particulars of which were noticed in the TEREGILM H at the time. Since then the building has been un occupied, and although several attempts have recently been made by incendiaries to destroy the property, it was not until this morning that they succeeded in their infamous designs. The building was insured to the amount of several hundred dollars. Two FORMER CITIZENS OF CUMBERLAND COUNIT ESCAPE ram REBEEDOM.—On Tuesday, Albert Swisher, son of Mr. John Swisher, who removed from Mechanicsburg, Cumberland county, to Richmond county, Va., nearly three years since, arrived here a few days ago, having left home secretly, on account of a movement which was in progress to force him into the rebel army— a proceeding not altogether consistent with his feelings. The reason that he escaped thus far was because he held an office under the rebel government, having been postmaster at Lyell's Store, which office he exerted himself to pro cure, in order that he might be exempt from military duty. Suspicions had recently been excited as to his loyalty to the rebel govern meat, and measures were adopted to have him put out of office, when the next step would have been his impressment into the rebel army. His brother Ira had been drafted, but was for tunate enough to procure a substitute on the payment of 5160 or $250. Substitutes:rile says, are at present commanding from $5OO to $2,000 and are scarce at that. Three others escaped with Mr. S.. one of which is Mr. George Sadler, formerly of West Fairview, Cumberland county, opposite our city, a brother of Mr. John Sadler, of Mechanicsburg, and two Young men engaged in business near Mr. Swisher. They left home l in the night, tind spent several nights in the woods to avoid being discovered. They started to cross the Potomac near its mouth in a sm a ll boat, and when five miles out were picked up by a government vessel, and brought to Wash ington. Mr. Swisher represents the secession feeling in his county as pretty strong, but that the rebels are less tyrannical toward those suspected of entertaining Union sentiments than their brethren further south, on account of the close proximity of the Union forces. AN excited young man, to show his agility, recently jumped from an express train while it was going at the at the rate of sixty miles an hour. The last seen of him, he was turning flip-flaps at the rate of seventeen revolutions a minute, while the air was full of dicky strings, and fragments of cloth, boots and linen. 1=:1=1 ANOTHER cattle disease, of most fearful char acter, according to the Newville Valley Star, has appeared among the cattle in that vicinity. It commences on the side of the head and nose, causing the animal to rub until the skin is rubbed off and the eye is rubbed oat. Some eight or ten hours after the disease appears, the head commences to swell, and in two hours thereafter the animal is dead. A oe.ss of poisoning from eating partridges is communicated by Dr. Parka to the Boston Medi cal and Surgical Journal, the victim being a lady of that city. All the family ate of the birds, but none of the others were affected, and the presumption is that the lady must have hap pened to partake of some portion of one of the birds lying very near the stomach that had been poisoned by eating unwholesome grain, berriee or other food. Such cases have not been rare, though death has very seldom re sulted, as it did not in this case. Soma . young men talk about luck. Good luck is to get up at six o'clock in the morning; good luck, if you have only a shilling a week, is to live upon elevenpence and save a penny ; good lock is to trouble your heads with your own business, and let your neighbors' alone; good lack is to fulfill the commandments, and do unto others as we wish them to do to us.— They must not only plod, but preserve. Pence must be taken eare of because they are seeds of guineas. To get on in the world, they must take care of home, awe* their own door-way clean, try and help other people, avoid tampta lions, and have faith in truth and God, Tam UNION GUN.—An experimental trial of a newly invented projectile, known as the " Union Gun," was made yesterday afternoon on the public grounds, east of the Capitol, be fore his excellency, Gov. Curtin, several State officials and a large number of citizens. The barrel of the gun is a trifle larger than that of the Springfield musket, and is mounted on wheels accompanied by limber box, cats son, etc., like an ordinary cannon. It is loaded at the breech and can be fired twenty times a minute, with an accuracy only equalled by the Minnie rifle. Its estimated range is a thousand yards, and it throws balls weighing twenty to the pound. Altogether, it is.about one of the most effective death-dealing instruments that we have ever seen, and in the hands of expe rienced marksmen would ao terrible execution among the rebels. We understand that the State of New York has purchased two of the guns for each of her regiments in the army, and that negotiations are now pending to arm the regiments from this State in a similar manner. How TO WRITE TO SOLDIERS.—Write cheerful ly. Do not enter into long discussions about the miseries of soldiers. We know what the hardships are, and are not, far better than you do. We would not check the proper sympathy; but we are disposed to whine too much anyhow and when you start the tune at home we are sure to join in full chorus. fr Write long letters, and don't leave any cold, blank spots on the sheet, like little patches of snow. Interline and crossline it as much as you please, so that when you get through the regular course of the sheet you will have some nice titbits for dessert • Write about particulars—they have enough Generals there. Ttll them how manyikittens tum:: ble over the floor; how many calves bawl at the barn; whether Towser's sore foot is well yet or not ; what kind of a dress little Mary has got; who took sister Ann sleighing .last snow ; and above all, who goes home from singing school with —, of"ceurse we won't mention her name ; but you ought to do so, just as if you didn't know anything about it. And don't forget to speak of church and Sabbath school, prayer meetings, and what you talk about Sabbath evenings, and what new hymn you sing. And thus having furnished the colors, their imagination takes the brush and goes to painting, and her finishing stroke is always a returning soldier boy, all covered with scars and glory ; and when she has laid away her brush, sleep unpins the curtin and covers up the picture of the dear old home. Vicious Does.—This morning a little colored girl made complaint before the Mayor against a woman residing in Short street, for keeping a ferocious dog, which is in the habit of snap ping at and biting people almost every day. The girl exhibited a serious wound on her per son, caused by the bite of the dog, and stated that a number of boys and girls in the neigh borhood had been inflicted in a similar way. The Mayor at once directed officer Campbell to proceed with the girl to the residence of the owner of the dog, and inform her that unless the brute was kept under proper restraint, it would be dispatched, and herself subjected to a criminal prosecution. We did. not learn the result of the mission, but presume the, owner of the vicious animal succumbed to the Mayor's orders. In this connection it is suggested that the dog law be put in force all the year round. There has been much indignation expressed at so many big wolfish animals being allowed to run at large in the streets. A few cases of hydrophobia in the rural districts, and several instances in which children have been seriously injured by dogs, have roused a good deal cf feeling against the animals in certain neigh borhoods, and an onslaught of indignant mat rons, armed with broomsticks and mop handles, is not an impossibility, if the city fathers refuse to alter the ordinance. - Every dog must have his day, and some of the mangy curs who go snarling around the streets and mousing in the 1 market house for stray bones have already had their day, and should be treated like the Dutchman's poodle—"have their tails cut off shust pehind their ears." What with the dog 6 laws and the dog taxes, the canine race will I have to suffer for the next year. Vennoptuania iDatlp Zetegaph, ettestrap afternoon, april 15, 1862. Mrss HARRIET KAUFFMAN Sr., Co. will open on Thursday a fine assortment of spring and sum mer bonnets at the old stand, formerly occupied by Mrs. A. B. Bickerton. See advertisement in another column. LOCAL ITEMS.—On the subject of furnishing local items for the press the editor of a New England paper makes the following sensible re marks, which we commend to the attention of our readers both in town and country: " Al most every member of a community wheie newspaper is established, can do much to make the local department what it should be, by contributions of fresh items, which may be gathered in each locality and communicated with little trouble ; and they who neglect this duty, so useful to editors and so desirable to the public, are responsible, in part at least, for a. meagre supply of domestic news in their journals." We found the above in one of our exchanges, and in reproducing it we wish to add .that the experience of several years as a local re porter confirms the truth of every word it contains. We do not want anybody to write for our department. Give us facts, and we will endeavor to put them in a shape to suit our readers, or to suit ourselves at least. We know what transpires in our city, but we de sire that our friends in the rural districts, throughout the country, shall keep us booked up in matters transpiring in their respective neighborhwids. THE RESIDENCE OF FARMER G—, Cum:BER LAND COUNTY.—At the end of a pretty lane, along the sides of which thrifty trees furnish a grateful shade during the warm summer months, stands the cottage of farmer G— in Cumberland county, a beautiful lawn, skirted by shrubbery, tastefully arrauged,spread out in front of the cottage, an open porch affords an agreeable place to pass away a twilight hour, and altogether it is a lovely place, quiet and inviting, within, the same taste that is evinced in the sourrounding ground, is displayed in the order and neatness that prevails in every de partment,—moral. Reader, the good wife and daughters are models of excellence, and purchase all their dry goods at the cheap store of trrich & Bowman, South East corner of Front and Market streets. al4d•2t NEW GOODS.—I 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, 76 cts. to $1 ; shirts, 60 cts., and 60 eta. with linen bosoms ; night shirts, 60 eta ; under shirts and drawers, 40 cts. to 87 cts., all wool ; monkey jackets, 60 cts. to $1; cotton and woolen hose 10 cts. to 16 cts ; silk ties, 12k, 15 and 18 eta ; collars, 8 cts. to 15 dts. a piece ; ladies' collars, 4 and 6 eta.; cuffs, 4 and 6 de, a piece; under sleeves, 18 cts.; fine cambric at 13 and 18 cts. per yard, worth 25 cts.; Marseilles •bosoms of a new style, and fast collars, 1271 cts.; all linen bosoms, 15 de and upwards. If you want cheap and good goods just go to James A. Lynn, at the Harrisburg Cheap Shirt Manu factory, where he is selling off without reserve. N. B.—Shirts, &c. made to measure, Room next to Hummel & Killinger's grocery store, 12 Market street. CARPET I CARPET ! CARPET !—Having returned from New Yurk, 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 37i cents up to 87 cents ; 40 pieces of • beautiful Curtain maslin, very cheap ; splendid black silks at 75 cents, worth 90 cents ; good black silk at $l, worth $1 25 ; black silk 32 inches wide at $1 10, worth sl'37 '• very fine black Bombazin at $1 10, worth $1 50 ; sum mer silks at 50 cents a yard ; 10 pieces of the finest Irish linen at 75 cents, worth $1 ; 1,000 hoop skirts, at 50 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 weekly sales, which we promise to sell at city prices to wholesale buyers. 8. Laws, mBl-y Rhoad's old stand. HARRISBURG COAL OIL DEPOT. FOR the safety of o'nsumers, we have established a Co 1 011 Depot at the corner of Frou ant Market streets- all our oils ate tested and we post. tively sell none except ouch as prove to be non-explosive, clear and free from odor as far as practicable. We offer at present the following justly celebrated bi ands. Mag. Robinson, Nabrona and Lacher, lower than can be purchase - I elsewhere in this place, either wholesale or retail. Also an ex ensive astortment of lamps, Chim neys, Shades, Glass Cones, Burners, &Di Wa will also change fluid or camphene lamps, so as to be used for coal oat. Call and sale/ yourselves, at NICHOLS at BOWMAN, aprll Corner of Front and Market street. ' LAUER'S ALE, PORTER AND BEER, NOTICE is hereby given to the citizens of Harrisburg, that the undersigned has authorized Mr. E. ittager to receive orders for any of my manufac tures. The collecting will be attended to by the under signed. Alll orders left as above will be promptly at tended to. GEORGE Laurie., feb22-d6m. Pottsville, Pa. UPHOLSTERING. PALM LEAF MATTRESSES, COTTON TOP MATTRESSES, RUSK MATTRESSES, COTTON COMFORTS, CHAIR CUSHIONS, LOUNGES; CAMP STOOLS, &0., &c. On hand and for sale at the very lowest rates for cash Flair Mattresses and Spring Bottoms made to order. SOFAS, LOUNGES, CHAIRS, HAIR MATTRESSES, &c., Repaired and made equal to new, very reasonable, al I at No. 109, Market street, between Fourth and ifth, by ra 4r28 2md J. T BAHNI 12. NEW FRUIT STORE. THE subscriber has just opened at the corner of Second and Pine streets, a new buster store, where he will have at all times a large and fresh supply of FRUIT ; DIsH AND MISR ARTICLES gener a ly found in bonier storm. ln connection with the above, he BO Continues to carry on the bill posting business, and all orders left at the sore will be promptly attended to. apr642 ts* E. M. DATER. NEW HOUSE FOR SALE. THE new frame house now being built on State street below Second, will be &elated, by the ISt of April, inCluding paving, gas and water pipes. Ap. ply to - IMORGE CUNELE, marl9-dtt No. 66 Market street. T. J. BUMES, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER. HAS opened a paint shop in Strawberry alley, near Third street, two doors from the " (riot and Union" office,where he is prepared to prompt ly execute all orders tett to his care. He is also prepared to whiten cpillogs and centre pieces. air Paints mixed for persons desiring to dopeir own painting, and sold by the pound, aprl d2w* FIFTH WARD HOUSE , R. J. PETERS, Proprietor. Corner of Forster and West Avenues, (In the Rear of the Reservoir,) Harrisburg, Pa. - Boarding by the week, day or single Melt I at reasons. I ble rates. Good stabling forja ones, dto . sprit-Cm* -....--.-.-- ,7(tixtertisments. Ntth '2thvertigemtnts LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE HARRISBURG POST OFFICE, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1862. OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN THE NEWSPAPER HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. LADIES , LIST. Anderson, E K Kunkle, AB Brooks, P E Lego, R Baugh, C Lentz, S Barber, M Lanagan, A Baugh, J Logan, S Baldwin, ELaubenstine, L A J Batman, S Logan, E Beck, J A McGaughy, M J Bechel, M McAteer, J B Black, AI McClure, El Bieber, I McCiintick, J A Brown, lii. 2 McDaniel, Di Bigger, hi J McNamary, hi A Bowers, E McColey, E Boker, Di McPherson, S Bricker, Di Mann, A Buchanan, H Mader, 0 Burke, S Miltisen, C . Campbell, J Miller, hi A C Cairo, B A Miller, S E Cartter, hi A Morton, S Carter, A M Meyers, S A L Carter, M Moyer, E Corcoran, A Murray, K J Curry, hi Neiffer, S Croum, S Neefer, M J Davis, S Newbury, S R Davis, C R 2 . Nisley, F Davis, L Shall, Di D Davis, hi Osborn, hi Dean, AL Phillips, MA Dennus, S Pennell, Et A Dunmor, Di Piedmont, E Duff, J D Powell, M A Duncan, H Proffer, Di Drakes, A Prowell, E Dorshammer, H Radibaugh, NI Ebler, H Reel], M. Fisher, J. W Reigart, S 3 Forster, E Raver, S J Frise, Di J Rick, E Fry, 0 Roth, DI Garett, L Russel, C K Groof, L Schrick, A Di Grant, Et A Sharpp, J . Hall, J B Shifter, Di Haley, W Sailor, K Hermen, LP Snoyer, C Haver, hi B Snyder, S A . Hall, C Smith, S J Hepford, W Stevenson, J . F Hufferd, C Stephens, E Hess, id Sheplel, E Heffkia, A . Stevenson, JF Hite, E Switzer, 3 Hiney, C Strohm, S J •Heller, NE Thomas, C Hiersch, K Thomas, E Hogan, M- Taylor, C Hoffer, El Thomas, .M Hoover, C Thompson, E Hunter, Di Watker, C Huffard, C L Weitzer, EI Huston, C J Whopes, J Irwin; Di • Witeman, J E Ingram, S Wilson, El Johnston, E Wills, Di James, S Woodward, E S Rennerk, M Wrain, E Krautter, L W ' Zeager, C GENTLEMEN'S LIST Albright, A B Garebard, J Altinge, A Giness, A Armstrong, G Gilbert, J S Alexander, C R 2 Gelzenlichter, A Allen, W Gray, J Ammon, E W Glever, W Andreas, A Gurdy, W Attick, J Glace,J Andrews, C B Grosbck, F W Bowson, G Goodman, C Balsbaugh, 7 C Graham Bailey, P. H Gowen, J Baskin, B Handibo, J Barker, J J Harp, T Bauer, G [ship] Hatfield, J Barnes, T Harloiger, G Bell, W Halfern, Benkler, M . Haines, J Bents, J Harahan, A Becker P Hartranft. C Bever, Becker, Harvey, G T Beohlir, F Hennemen, P Bird, T B Reimer,- J Boyce, J Heiner, F Bowman, E Herts, A . 2 Bolton, G F Henry, A Boyd, J H Hart, D Bostwick, W H Henderson, H Brakely, J 8 Henninger, J Brooks, H T Henry, W Boon, G Hope, L • Brighams, B Hawker, L . Brewer, R [ship] Hoop, J F Breymeyer, P Hood,•D W Bright, WH. - Rocker, sr., G i3usbey, J Houck, D Bark, D Hubbs, W Burket, J N Humes, 1 Bucher, W Huntsberger, J D 2 Burns, P Irwin, F Bunleid, J Ames, G D Burnell, D S Jones, J Carson, W D Jennings, J El Jones, A Karnes, J Raiser, D Chase, J F Cambell, J Caliom, J Carter, J P Kennel, D Carrington, E 0 Kennedy, A L. 2 Cassidy, J li lover, D Clair, GW S T Koester J M Coggehall, H B 2 Kedf, le Cox, W Karmal, D Cooper, A. Kfiley, J Connelly, J L Kroft, G Coringer, L B Kramer, J 2 Caffirr, W Klingaman, ,4 Carron, J . Kinter. G" Conn, A • Lines, J Cole, G Levver, C Crum, S Litz, J Cretin, J Leafie, J G Crne, B Lead, J Cramer, C H Leber, P Daeters, N Lennart, M Dericson, D Livermore, G 2 Dimig, E Livingston, F Dunning, 8 W Love, H T De Haven, J W Laeffler, W Dewey, 0 BloCarrall, B Dewitt, 0 H McDonald, J Divet, J McDona, D Dillhoff, J McConnell, G W Duey, F McKim, H Dusanon, W McAdam, W T Donoby, T McClure, J Early, -D S - M'Culla, T Eisen, G M McGarvey, E Elshard, R McCleery, W Emery, T 8 McGommey, J Ewing, 0 . Martin, B F,spenshade, V Manion, P Erney ez Bro Mahlin, J L Eager, J Martin, J G W Felty, E Mathes, E Fester, J Mallary, J D Finlow, J Mader, J Feathers, A 2 Macomber, D C Fenton, J March, CG Flickinger, C - Marks, H Flanigan, C (ship) 2 Matcher, G B Forney, W Marks, H Fleming, S „Major, J A Funk, A Medaker, P Fredericks, F B Melury, W French, Cr W . Metzler, J H , Frass, G' [ship] Meyer, J A Grarberiok, A B 2 Mager, A 0 tin raihurtistments Magaughey, T Smith, J Mecum, R H Suavely, J I Milliken. T Shong, J Morris, G Sphar, J 11 Miller, B P Spooner, E D Mitchell, G Soonsal, J Miller, B Steltzer, J H Millar, W Strorninger, J Miller, J Sunderlin, D Michael, J _ Stinnen, J Miller, W Swindels, S Miller, C Strominger, J • Molsion, I Swartz, G W Morris, W Sweitzer, J D kloessner, I Swartz, J Mnlealy, M Starkie, J Myers, D Steveson. F Noolin, T Stewart & Co., T Si Offandinger, F Thompson, B W Oris, G W Thompson, J Orth, J (Ship) Thome, J Payne, T H Tarbox, J . L Publisher Pa.Theologi- Thompson, J 8 cal S. Quarterly Thomas,J E Pesters, G S Troy, P Peipher, W L Truly, H Patterson, A Unger, W E Reynolds, W - Walters, H M Reeger, Mr Wallace& Son, W H Reitnonr, W C Water, E Reynolds, H F Wagner, D B Redman, F Watson, J Randenbush, W C Watson, G Rex, H B Wagner, H Rose, J B Waller, J Rupp, G W Whisler,W West, J F White, W Wenrick, J Whissler, J . Winkler, F Williams, H Whitman, H Winkler, F (ship) Wilson, J Wilson, G W S 2 Wolf, J Wulcutts' freight line Wright, J Young, Zeil, W Ziel, W Roberta, J Ruggles, A &linger, A Sadler, J Scherrbacher, J Schneably, F Slneffer, J H Schrom, S Shope, D Shively, S Sellers, A Shumler, G Shaffer, C S Smith, W A Sill, J Sloanaker, A MILITARY LIST. Anten, M NcOraken, D Branthafer, G McLean, R Brown, J McElpatrick, D Brookins, J H Montoney, G W Beach, J Morrow, J Baker, G S Maggs, T M Baker, J Markley, B F Clinger, G Martin, E T Cyphert, D H Madison, J W CornelfOus, J Newcomer, A Comfort, M Noggle, J Crouse, J Richards, 3 . D Dougherty, V M Rodgers, R J Duncan, J F Rinter, J Dixon, T J Rambo, D Frazer, H W Read, G M D Forrest, W B Reitzel, W D Fielda, G Ramsey, N Gieseke, H Shadrack, W Geho, B Else, J Hoover, E G Sletor, T Huber, A G Smith, S Heninger, J Shank, G Keyser, E W J Shaffer, SW King, W T. Shatser, A Keyser, C Troutman, A Keller, J Taylor, H T Klinger, E Vankirk, A Laßarre, J E Wighamaa, J G Long, J . P Woodward, M F Laylon, H T Wighaman, 3 Persons calling for any of the above letters will please say they are advertised. One cent due on each. ' it GEO. BERGNKR,, P. M. UNION RESTAURANT, BILLIARD AND BOWLING SALOON, NO. 119 MARK STREET, NEAR suiTH. THE subscribers having erected a larg e building at the above place, expressly for the purp sea above indicated, beg to call the attention of the pub lic to the following : Tax Rssunnaav, on the first floor, with a dining room attached, is fitted up in first-class style, and it win. at all times he suppled with the best OYSTERS to be had in the Atlantic cities, together with terrapin, fish, and all kinds of game in season. Oysters served tip in every style, and meals to be had at all hours. The Ales of all the celebrated breweries in the country constantly on hand. The Ten-pin Alley, or Bowling Saloon, is in the rear, and contains three alleys of modern construction, where the lovers of this healthy exercise can enjoy themselves. The Billiard Saloon Is upstairs—elegantly fitted np, and contains thrde marble top combination cushion ta blm, equal to any made. Harrisburg has long felt the want of a grand combin ation of this kind, and as the proprietors are determined to conduct it in a quiet and orderly manner, and do eve rything in their power to make it a fasnionable resort, they hope to receive a liberal share of public patronage. ja3dtf WILLIAM G. MCFADDEN & CO. COAL! POWDER!! COAL REDUCED I I 1 LN consideration of the hard times, and as I sell exclusively FOR CASH, I have reduced the price of Coal as follows : Lykens Valley Broken (gi $2 90 per ton t " Large Egg " 290 " " Small Egg " 290 " " " Stove " 290 " " Nut 225 Wilksbarre 90 Lorberry f c 290 If It ,tar All Coal delivered by the Pexasx Wismar aim's; it can be weighed at the purchasers dcor, and 1f it falls short 10 ronsos, the Coal wild be forfeited. All Coal of the best quality mined, delivered free teem all Impurities. scirCoal sold In qantities, at the. LOWLST wamsaux PROM. Agent for Dupont's Celebrated Powder, a large supply always on hand, at Manufacturers prices. BirA large lot of superior baled Hay for sale. 12 3 JAMES M. WHEELER. DWARF PEAR TREES STANDARD PEAR TREES. • 50 CENTS each, $5 per dozen, at apr7y KtaSTONE NURSERY IaIpIICKETS, Baskets, Tubs, Churns and all kinds of Cat ar and Willow ware, for sale by NIUBOLS At BOWMAN'S, all corner Front and Market streets. UQ. TRIPOLI, Washing Blue, . N-741 Indigo, Bengal and Engrsh, for Sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, all corner Front and Market streets. Ct.IAL OIL, Lamps, Shades, Chimneys lower than any house in Harrisburg. Cali and examine at NICHOLS & BOWMAN, Wholesale and retail grocery, corner Front and Market streets. all COAL OlL.—Nobody can undersell us. The best oil in Harrisburg ; warranted non.explo alive, for sale by • NICHOLS & BOWMAN, all corner Front and Market streets. THE best place to get Sugars and Syrup of all kinds, and at all prices to suit the purchaser, is at NICHOLS & BOWMAN, . all corner Front and Market streets. APPLE TREES. ALL the leading kinds $l2 per hundred, at El 50parp doyl ze; smaller KEYSTONE saantitles /5N111158E cents eac N. h, Ty STRAWBERRIES. ALI: the most desirable varieties, and which have produced fruit unsurpmeed in the State, by the dozen, hundred, thousand or ten thousand, at the [apr7yj BEYSToNE NURSERY. EVERBEARING RASPBERRY. PLANTS of the Catawissa, bearing a fall crop of flue berries as fate es November. $1 50 per dozen, single plants 20 cents each, at apr7y . .REYbTONE NURSERY. PURPLE FRINGE A ND Mill, Fringe, strong plants 60 to zova cents each. ICErsporz NURSERY Alistelltmeons. NICHOLS & BOWMAN, Corner of Front and Market Streets. (V. Hummel's old stand,) TTAVE determined to place their entire stock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRUITS, &c.. &c., at prices to suit the present hard times, and re spectfully call the attention of the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity to their extensive stock of goods, consisting of SUGARS, SYRUPS, - TEAS, COFFEE, SPICES, LEMONS, ORANGES, CURRANTS, CEDAR-WARE, FLOUR, FISH, &o. We have also gone to considerable trouble ha 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 practicable. 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 CUT, FLINT AND GREEN GLASS-WARE. We also invite attention to our well selected and extensive assortment of QUEENSWARE. Call at NICHOLS & BOWMAN, corner of Front and Market streets. MONEY PITESES. VIORTEMONAIES, WALLETS, POCK et-books; Bankers' Cases, Ladies' Cabs Satchels, Ladies Traveling satchels. We are constantly receiving additions to our stock of the above goods, and neces sarily have a fine assortment of the latest styles. We respectfully invite persons wanting to purchase any Cl the above articles to examine the stock—knowing that a greater variety or better goods cants); be found in the city. KELLER'S Dreg and Fancy Store, 91 Market street, one door east of Fourth street, south ado. m 9. REMOVAL. CHARLES A. BOAS, HAS REMOVED BIS WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE To No. 7, Market Square, 0 .- (0* below the Buehler Housa. [TB has constantly on hand a large stock of WATCHES, JEWELRY and PLATED WARE of all descriptions. Watches and Jewelry repaired and warranted. apr2. dim* GEO. W. McCALLA, WATCHMAKER & JEWELER, NO. 38, ..jaftak Market Street, Harrisburg. 9 HAS constantly on band a large stock of WATCHES, JEWELRY and FANCY ARTI CLES, PLATED WARE, &c., Watches and jewelry neatly repaired. sir N. B. Don't forget the place, opposite the Jones' House. mar3l-d3m THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST NON':, A. HUMMEL, Dealer in BOOTS AND SHOES, of every DESCRIPTION and at all PRICE S. Next door to the Court House, MARKET STREET, Also a general assortment of TRUNKS, VA LISES and CARPET BAGS, at the lowest cash prices. xnar2B-dgm QCHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA Failroad Company, Office No. 227 S. Fourth street, rinVidelptda, sprit 3, 1862. The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Com pany, and an election for President and six Managers, will take place at the Office or the Company, May sth, at 12 o'clock, It. W. H. hialLmoNßY, at?„77-dtd Secretary: JUST RECEIVED. ASECOND LOT of Comic and Sentimen tal Valentines, at, &iferent prices. febls p BCHEFFER'S Bookstore CANESEATED CHAIRS, &c NEATLY . repaired and reseated, an all orders executed promptly by Mrs . sperbwraa. max3l4lra t-scond streAbelow Mulberry. CHERRY CURRANTS. PLANTS $1 75 per dozen, smaller gum- Mies 18% cents each, at [aprli yl J. RED DUTCH. CURRANTS $1 per dozen, smaller quart -10 cents each. White Duch $1 50 per cozen, smal ler quantities 10 cents each. Yealife de Palma; $1 60 per.dozen ; &mailer quantities 15 cents each ; at apr-10y HEYSTON 0 NCRSERY. MAHONIA ACQUIFOLIA. A FINE evergreen shrub, Jasiimum, Nutiotiorum, Honeysuckles, Wwgella Hosea, 26 to 37% cents each. Englishand Irish Yew, &v., 37% to 75 cenra each. KEYSTONE NURSERY. TREE BOX. AHANDSOME, vigorous growing dwarf evergreen 25 to 50 cents each, 1.2 to $5 per dozen. aprlOy IChYdiONs. NURSSRY. CHERRY TREES. DWARF AND STANDARD. SIXTY native and foreign choice varieties LI of healthful growth, 25 to 50 cents each, 52 50 to $5 per dozen, $lB to $3O per haa4rad, at apr7y KEINToNE NURSERY. CORSETS. ALARGE assortment of all sizes, in white and colored of the most desirable makes, at CATHCART Az BROTHBR Next door to the Harrisburg Bask. aprBy ROUSE FOR RENT. A BRICK HOUSE with six rooms, sit uated on State street between Front and Second. Possession given immediately. Enquire of nprTnilw* JEStiE WINGERT. FOR RENT TWO Frame Houses on North Alley. Enquire of Mrs. MURRAY, aprlo-dtf Corr er of Second red Pine Streets. MAPLE TREES. TEN tc fifteen feet high, 25 to 50 cents each, $2 50 to $5 per dozen' $lB to $3O per hun ted. taptlev] KEYSTONI. NURSSRY. CEMETERY LOT HOLDERS You can purchase at the Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg, Evergreen TREES AND SHRUBS, 0 , namental ehrubbery, Vines, &c. olas good quality and at as low price s as they can be sold by irresponsible agents and pedlers, besides having the advantage of getting them fresh from the ground. al2 1iC913 2117iEf. WANTED.—A White Girl to do all kinds of house work, must eotue well recom mended. Apply at DAVID at'CORMIDIV.S. aprlo-46t State 'street. LOT of prime Cheese just received and far sale by NICHOLAS & BOWIS AN, fe /1 Corner Front and Market streeta.