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Tuesday Afternoon, April 99, ISM.
NM A. M. STODDARD will open, Thursday,
May 1, Spring and Summer Millinory. [29.80
Dom( xna Rtyza.—A large number of rafts,
arks and several new canal boats, passed down
the river this morning.
Ix Towx.—Hon. Hendrick B. Wright, Mem
ber of Congress from the Luzerne district, was
in town to-day looking remarkably well.
OFFICER'S PAY Rou.s.--Another supply of
officer's pay rolls, printed on tine white paper,
has just been printed, and can be had at THIS
Carr. SEYMOUR, of the sth Artillery, late in
command of Camp Greble, near this city, has
been appointed a Brigadier General of Volun
THE Max found drowned in the river yester
day, noticed in last evening'kTmasallt is sup
posed to be John Askey, who some three or
four weeks ago was drowned in attempting to
jump from a raft to the guard wall at Lock
Haven, Clinton county.
BAD FOIL ma ORGAN GRINDI3(B, —The Prosaism
Minister of the Interior has decided that organ
grinders, like pedlars, must take out the annual
license for the exercise of their vocation. It
is "feared" the grinders, in consequence of this
decision, will emigrate in a body. Will they
come to this country?
POLICE ELAM RS. —The redoutahle Cal. Hants
was arrested last evening by officer Fleck,
charged with indecent conduct on the street.
Alderman Kline sent her to prison for thirty
The same policeman also arrested two white
girls, notorious prostitutes, at Allison's bill
last evening charged with bad conduct. They
were also sent to prison by Alderman Kline.
WHO ATM EHTITLZD TO PENSIONS. —The At
torney General has decided that all disabled
soldiers of the three years' or war men are en
titled to invalid pensions under the act of July
22d, 1861, and that all disabled three months'
soldiers, called into service ender the Presi
dent's proclamation of April 16, 1861, are en
titled to pensions under tho acts of 1802 and
1816. Re also decides that there is no law
giving pensions to widows and orphans of de
ceased soldiers of the present war.
A RESTAURANT CAR lately reached Philadel
phia from Wilmington, attached to a train. It
is the intention of the Philadelphia and Balti
more company to add a similar oar to each of
their through trains, and they are being oon
structed at Wilmington with dispatch. Edibles
are to be furnished hot in these cars, which will
be either eaten there, or handed on trays to the
passengers at their seats. This will be a great
accommodation, the value of which cannot be
estimated by those who are not travelers ; and
we hope to see the Pennsylvania Railroad com
pany adopt a similar arrangement. -
Wiraxatt W. Baum, says the Washington Sun
day Chronicle (with which newspaper - hewas for
merly connected as business agent) has been
appointed by Postmaster General Blair, to the
position of mail agent between Harrisburg and
Philadelphia. Mr. Reitzel was for several
years engeged in the express business, with
Adams & Co., and is thoroughly acquainted
with railroading In all its varied details. A
better selection, we think, could not have been
made. He leaves a host of friends at the capi
tal, who wish him all possible success in his
new sphere of operations. We join the Chron
icls in its good wishes for Mr. Reitzel, and we
know that there are many in this city who will
respond to the same congratulation. He is de
serving of his success.
Cotrax PRocramos—Monday Afternosn.—The
Court met at two o'clock, the Associate Judges
having arrived, his Honor, Judge Pearson
charged the Grand Jury in his usual able man
ner; Charles A. SoyderAsq., acting as foreman
to the Grand Jury.
The first jury trial was then taken up, it be
ing the case of the Corn. vs. Mary Orr. The
prosecutor in the case was the husband of the
lady, James B. Orr, who complained that the
lady in question had committed an assault and
battery upon him. After an examination of
the case the jury retired and shortly after re
turned with a verdict of guilty in manner and
form as she stood indicted.
The next case on the list was the Com vs.
Stephen Ward, a colored man who occupied
the position of porter in the store of Wm. Dock
Co. The jury in this case was empanelled
and the court adjourned till to-morrew morn
To-day's Prooceedings.—The Court met at half
pest nine o'clock. The case against Stephen
Ward was resumed. The witnesses on the part
of the Commonwealth proved the position
held by Ward and the various articles of goods
missed from the store of Dock & Co., and those
afterwards found at the shop or store of Rudolph
Feltman, in Walnut street. The defendant
had no testimony to offer, and the jury return
ed a verdict of guilty.
cum. vs. Rudolph Feltman, charged with
receiving the gaols in the above case, knowing
them to be stolen. The defendant appeared
before the Court and swore to the absence of
material witnesses, whereupon the case was
postponed till the August session.
The Cora. vs Joseph R. Grinnell, charged
with stealing a watch case from A. F. Zimmer
man. Plead guilty.
Corn. vs. Jacob Brown and Martin Brown,
Indicted for assault and battery, on oath of
Com. vg. Mary Brown, indicted for assault
and battery on oath of Catharine Sever.
Com. vs. Catharine Sever, indicted for as
sault and battery, on oath of J. D. Brown.
The above three eases were submitted to the
urns jury, and are still on trial.
CUT His FooT.—A German residing some
where in the Sixth ward, was brought to town
this morning in a wagon, having nearly severed
his foot with an axe a few days ago, while em
ployed cutting wond for a farmer near the
Blue mountain north of the city.
SANFORD, of Ethopian Opera fame, opened
his new hall in the lower room of Concert
Hall, Chestnut street, Philadelphia last night,
and received a flattering reception from his old
friends and admirers in the Quaker city. s Ear
risburgers in Philadelphia should not forget to
TEM DOMED EFFECT. -Our strictures in re
gard to the killing of blue birds, swallows and
other birds, in town or its suburbs seems to
have had the desired effect. We learn, at least
of no more violation of the game laws. It is
outrageous to kill insectivorous birds, and
those who do so should be punished for it.
WASHINGTON LODOII, No. 1, Independent Order
of Good Templars will hold a regular stated
meeting this evening, at Temperance Hall,
North Second street, at 8 o'clock. Every mem
ber is desired to be in attendance as the quar
terly election of officers and other important
business will be transacted.
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION.--This body
assembled at Brant's Hall, in this city, to-day,
and nominated W. K. Wilson, of Highspire,
Senatorial, and Gen. A. L. Roumfort, of Har
risburg, and J. C. McAllarney, of Wiconisco
township, delegates to the State Convention,
which meets in this city on the 4th of July
A DANGEROUS ALTERED No —Oar readers
should be careful about taking the ten dollar
notes on the Corn Exchange Bank of Philadel
phia. Counterfeits of this denomination have
been issued, but, asyet, are not in extensive cir
culation. They are altered from l's on the same
bank. The vignette is an oval portrait of Gen.
Scott ; the figure 10 on each upper corner ; a
female with sheaf and sickle on the lower left
corner, and a female with a basket of fruit on
the lower right.
',scrum; TUB Evranio.—We again call the
attention of our readers to the lecture of Rev.
S. P. Henson, of the Broad street Baptist
church, Philadelphia, to be delivered in the
Presbyterian church, corner of Third and Pine
streets this evening. Mr. Henson has never
appeared before a Harrisburg audience, but his
reputation as a lecturer, gained in Philadelphia
and elsewhere, is a sufficient guarantee that a
treat awaits us. While we by no means believe,
that it is necessary to go beyond our own city
to find ably and eloquent lecturers—and the
four preceediug lectures of the course abun
dantly prove that it is not— : we yet commend
the action of the Lecture Committee in giving
us an opportunity to hear one of the best that
could be found in Philadelphia. The " Har
monic" will add as usual to the attractions of
the meeting. This is the last lecture of the
course, and the close of the lecture Season, and
we hope our citizens will show their apprecia
tion of the efforts of the Young Men's Christian
Association to furnish them with ritional and
instructive entertainments, by a large attend
ance this evening. Tickets 25 cents, to be had
at the book and drug stores, and at the door.
RAIN, On.—This morning again opened
cloudy with a steady rain falling, and cutting
east wind. This season is pronounced by per
persons of a fervid imagination and a poetic
fancy to be the season of beauty, of splendid
and gaudy imagery, of gorgeous and sublime
scenery ; the season which inspires the heart
with all the tender emotions and love-sick
'sentimentalities which was ever conceived by
bard or artist, when the truth is, it is nothing
else than the ragged and filthy end of winter,
or the muddy, dirty vestibule of summer.
Strange that the immortal heroes of song, and
the artist who gives the delicate and life-like
touches to the Insensate canvas, should aim to
celebrate and immortalize the beelines of this
season, when the fact is the act only makes us
doubt their judgment. "Spring"—generally
supposed to consist of the months of March,
April and May, and if there is anything en
livening or inspiring in mud and rain every
other day, then we are of opinion that one
thousand and one writers who have en.irely
exhausted their stock of sentimental phrases
and beauty qualifying adjectives in their de
scriptions of "Spring," are about right.
HORTICULTURAL WAIN. —Double roses and
flowers are unnatural, and are induced by high
culture. The fullest roses will produce seed if
grown for a while on poor soil. Some varieties
of vegetables and flowers are more prolific, if
their seed is kept several years. Prize melons
have been grown from seed twelve years old,
and the Balsam, or Lady's Slipper, is more
likely to come double, from old sees than from
that freshly gathered. Most varieties of seeds
however, are injured by long keeping. An
over grown specimen of fruit is generally con
sidered coarse and deficient in flavor. The
third or fourth eye of the grape produces
larger and better fruit than the first or second.
Grapes, raspberries and strawberries do better
for being covered through the winter. A plant
may lie in solid ice all winter and not be in
jured if the water runs off when it melts.—
Seeding fruit trees are less liable to disease
than budded or grafted ones, and grafted trees
generally produce fruit sooner than budded
ones, and either sooner than seedlings. Nearly
all varieties of foreign strawberries are from
American varieties. These are mostly sent wild
from Virginia, and when Anglicised and named
sufficiently, are sent back, usually with poor
success. The Triomphe de Gaud is an exception
from Belgium. A good fresh virgin soil, or
the top earth of an old pasture is better than
any artificial soil for carnations. Land that
has been in sod harbors the wire worm and is
sometimes destructive to plants, and a dressing
of lime and ashes, just before a rain, is de
structive to the wire worm. Liquid manures
often hasten the bloom of plants at the expense
of their color. Foreign grapes grown in the
open air in our climate are inferior to our best
n atives, and thus far have otherwise proved un
Ptuttopluantict Wally etlegraph, antsbag Afternoon, 'April 29, 1862
COMMISSIONER APPOINTED. —Gov. Curtiu has
appointed B. R. Bradford, of Beaver county, a
commissioner to visit the Pennsylvania troops
In the West; with a view of inquiring into their
wants, and taking measures to see that they
are provided with everything essential to their
comfort and efficiency in the field. Mr. Brad
ford left on Saturday on the steamer Kenton,
to fulfil his mission.
THE Protssuireanta BIBLE SOOIETT .—The do
nations from the various districts to the Penn
sylvania Bible Society, during the months of
February and March, amounted to $2,439.64
During the same period the Society distributed
11,686 Bibles and Testaments, in the following
languages, namely: English, French, German,
Welsh, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, Bohemian,
Italian, Greek and Hebrew.
TWENTY-TWO FEET OF BLACIONAXIB.-00 Sun
day afternoon Jacob Seitz amused himself in
hunting snakes on the South mountain, east of
this city, and succeeded in killing five black
snakes, the aggregate length of which was
twenty-two feet. The snakes appeared to be in
company, and were apparently lured from their
winter quarters by the warm sun of the last.
few days. We approve of Mr. Seitz's plan in
killing all such reptiles wherever met. It is
much better than that pursued by some of the
Union generals now commanding our armies,
who, when they . car. a rattlesnake, usually
administer the oath and let it slide, so that it
may sting somebody else.
HOUSE CLEANING.—During the past two weeks
the tidy housewives have been busily engaged
with brooms, brushes, pails and all the usual
implements pertaining to the cleaning art, in
removing and obliterating the accumulated
filth of winter, and putting affairs in order for
the coming season. These operations are al
ways attended with great tribulation and pre
sent discomfort to the sterner sex, who are at
such times unceremoniously put to flight and
banished from the premises doomed to be put
to rights. The destruction of papers and de
rangement of all their favorite arrangements
must be submitted to by the lords of creation
with the best possible grace, as no remon
strance during house cleaning times has ever
been known to produce any effect. We must
admit, however, that a regular cleaning does
improve the appearance of things, and in a
short time ail the temporary inconveniences
caused by the operation are overcome, not to
be renewed until the next annual visitation.,
JOBLING has just been getting married. He
married a nice girl—remarkably nice—just from
boarding-school. She has golden hair, violet
eyes, roseate cheeks, pearly teeth, snowy hands,
neat armies, and has no occasion for bullet
proof breast-works. Being just from boarding
school, she knows nothing, of course, but she
will learn. Jobling is a clerk—salary six hun
dred per annum. He is verdant, but virtuous.
On the first of April they commenced house
keeping. For the previous week they attended
auction sales, and invested funds in household
furniture with the following brilli.int result.—
Bear in mind that the imperfections t noted in
parenthesis, only became evident after the bar
gains (I) were made:
Ingrain Carpet (moth-eaten,) $2O 00; 1
Dozen Parlor Chairs,(weak in the legs,) $25 00;
1 Sofa, (springs broken,) $l5 75; 1 Mahogany
Table, (rather shaky,) $4 60; 1 Marble Top
Washstand,(elab cracked and cemented,) $5 00;
1 Couch Bedstead,(afilicted with b—gs,)sl4 00.
Total, $B6 26.
A promising commencement, was'nt it? Job
ling, in the pride of his heart, called in a sec
ond hand furniture dealer, a day or two ago,to
appraise the value of his beloved purchases,
with a view of astonishing that worthy by the
cheapness of his bargains. Both J. and the
little woman were insulted and indignant when
that worthy dubiously announced that the en
tire lot might, perhaps, be worth $2O. When
a few more years pass over the heads of Jobling
and wife, they will doubtless leave auction
sales to Mrs. Toodles, and when they want a
good article, go to a good dealer and pay a
good price for it. The best is always the
cheapest in the end.
GEHING SEEM—Now is the time for those
who don't desire to appear "seedy," and be
hind the fashions, to invest in a pair of fine
boots or shoes, "bran new," at the Philadel
phia shoe store, No. 88k, Wyeth's building,
Illarket street. Kimball challenges the world
to produce boots or shoes to match his stock
in neatness of and durability. ita
Da. Geo. S. KEUBLID.—We had the pleasure,
is few days since, of taking this gentleman by
the hand. The Doctor is connected with the
Burnside Expedition n South Carolina, and
while him legitimate duty is to cure the sick
and heal the wounded, (we notice by the New
York correspondent at Beaufort, S. C.,) that
he is equally !successful as a diplomatist in the
bearer of flags of truce to the enemy. The
Doctor is on a visit to his family, and to re
cruit hie somewhat shattered health from the
enervating effect of the climate. Attracted by
the display of beautiful spring goods at the
cheap dry goods house of MUCK & bowmae, he
called-in to replenish his wardrobe, and a dress
for his wife and little ones. 28
ClanPm CARPET CARPET I—Elaving returned
from New York, I now have on baud, 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 37}
cents up to 87 cents ; 40 pieces of beautiful
Certain muslin, 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 $1 37 ; very fine black
Bombazin at $1 10, worth $1 60 ; 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 60 75 and $l, very cheap.
Great bargains in stockings; 20 dozen hem
stitched handkerchiefs, at 26 and 31 cents,
cheap. Wholesale buyers we respectfully in
vite to our large stock, all bought for cash at
New York auction. Having a buyer in . New
York, we are daily receiving job lots from the
weekly sales, which we promise to sell at city
prices to wholesale buyers. S. LZWY,
m3l-y Bhoad'a old stand.
SYRUP, Lovering's and Btewart'e, for
sale by NICHOLS k BOWMAN,
feb2l Corner front and Market street.
r B...—Mackerel Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in
whole or half barrels . Fresh lnvoi'e for sale low
N1C1101.3 .4 BOWMAN,
ro2o-y corner of Front sad Marset streets.
TRIPOLI, Washing Blue,
U.S. Indigo, Bengal and EngPsh,
for sale by
NICHOLS ac BOWMAN,
all corner sront and market meets.
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE I I
Ww. A. Batelielor's Hair Dye 1
The only Harmless and Reliable Dyer Known !
All others are mere imitations, and should be 'avoided
If you wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Blank, without the least
injury to Hatr or Skin.
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wm. A. BATCHELOR Stale 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Wu. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is WARRENTRD
not to injure In the least, however long It may be contin
ued, and the ill effects of bad Does remedied. The heir
,e invigorated Rollie by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at No. 18 Bond Street New York.
Sold In all the cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
• The Genuine hag_ the name *Virtlitao3 A Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving. on the four
sides of each box.
Wholesale. Factory, 81 Barclay
Late 238 Broadway, New York
FEMALES ! FEMALES ! FEMALES
Use that Safe, Pleasant Remedy known as
HELM : BOLD' S. EX2RAC7 BUOBU,
For all Complaints Incident to the Fox
Ivo Family eboutd be
And None will when once
Tried by thew.
It to used by
YOUNG AND OLD,
In the Decline or Cheese of Life,
After And Before Marriage,
During and After Confinement
o Strengthen the Nerves,
Restore Nature to lie Proper Channel, end
Invigorate the Broken-down Constitution.
From whatever Cause Originating.
USE NO MORE WORTHLESS PILLS !
HELMBOLD' S EXTRACT SUMO.
800 advertisement in another column. Cut it out aal
send for It. marl 2 d2tn
W FORSYTH & CO.
18 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
Offer the following inducements to purchasers of
POSSESSING unrivalled facilities for
this method of selling, we feel confident we can give
entire satisfaction to all woo yritronise us. We ask one
trial to satisfy the most incredulous that whit we say is
$50,000 WORTH OF WATCHES, CHAINS, &C.
To be sold for One Dollar each without regard to value
and not to be paid for till you know what you are to re.
Look at the following List of Articles to be
Sold for $1 Each.
150 Watches, varying in price from $l5 to $lOO, all in
good order and warranted.
200 Ladies' goldwatches $35 00 each.
DO ladies' sod Gents' silver watches.... 15 00 each
2,500 Vest arid neck chains $5 00 to lu 00 each.
3,000 Good band bracelets. 5 00 to 10 00 each.
3,000 do do do ........ 300 to SOD cacti.
3,000 Cameo brooahes. .. 4 00 to 8 00 each.
3,000 Mosaic and jet brooches 4 00 to 6 00 each.
3,000 Lava and Bot - entine brooches. 4 00 to 6 OD each.
3,000 Cameo ear drops 4 00 to 6 00 each.
3,000 Lava and florentine otr drops 4 00 to 600 eoch
3,000 Coral ear drops 400 to 800 each.
5,000 Gents' breastpins..... 250 to 8 00 each.
3 000 Watch keys 2 00 to 6 OD each.
2,600 Pub and ribbon slides 200 to 6 00 each.
2,600 Setts or bosom 5tud5.........2 5u to 6 00 each.
2,500 Sleeve buttons., 2 50 to 6 00 t atih.
5,0b0 Pain rings 2 50 to 5 00 each,
5,000 :lone set 2 50 to 6 00 each.
5,000 Lockets— . 2 60 to 10 00 each.
10,000 Sets ladies' jewelry 5 00 to 10 Ou each.
10,000 Gold pens, finest article made 4 00 to 5 00 each
All of the above list of goods will be sold for One Dol
lar each. Certificates of ail the various articies, stating
What each one can have, will be placed in envelopes
and sealed, without regard to choice. On reeeip tof the
certiflo we you can see what you can have, and then it is
at your option to send one dollar and take the article or
In all transactions by mail, we shall charge fnr for
warding the certificates, paying postage, and doidg the
business. 25 cents each, svh.ch must be enclosed when
the Certificate is sent tor. Five Certificates will be sent
for $l, eleven for $2, thirty for $5, sixty-five for $lO and
one hundred for 815.
Those acting as agents will be allewed tea cent' on
every certificate ordered by them, pr 'Tided their remit
tone, emanate to one dollar. Agents will coltect 25
cents for every Certificate and remit 15 cents to us either
In cash or postage stamps. Grerat caution mold be used
by our correspondents in regard to giving their correct
address, town count . / and stale.
Send for Circulars, which will be mailed free.
W. FORSYTH & CO.,
New d6t 18 John street, aw York
ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S 01110 E, U. S. A. t
Harrisburg, April 22, 1862.
ADDITIONAL HORSES WANTED.
IDROPOSALS will be received at this office,
until Thursday, May 1, 1862, for
ONE HUNDRED AND SEVEN HORSES,
in addition to the one hundred and ten adver
tised for on the 17th inst.,
SUITABLE FOR ARTILLERY,
from 15? to 17 hands high, between 6 and 9
years of age, of dark colors, free from all de
fects, well broken to harness, and to weigh not
less than 1,100 pounds.
Every, horse offered that does not conform
to the specifications above, will be rejected.
The Government reserves the right to reject
all bids deemed unreasonable.
E. a WILSON,
apl22-td. Capt. and A. Q. M. (vol.) U. S. A.
ASSISTANT QUARTBRMASTER'S OFFICE, U. S. A. }
flarriaburg, April 17, 1862.
PROPOSALS will be received at this office,
until Thursday May 1, 1862, for
ONE HUNDRED AND TEN HORSES,
SUITABLE TOR ARTILLERY,
from 14 to 17 hands high, between 6 and 9
years of age, of dark colors, free from all de
fects, well broken to harness, and to weigh not
less than 1,100 pounds.
Every horse offered that does not conform
to the specifications above, will be rejected.
The Government reserves the right to reject
all bids deemed unreasonable.
E. C. WILSON,
apll7-td Capt. and A. Q. M. (vol.) U. S. A
COAL ! COAL ! !
$8; AND $2 26 PER TON OF 2,000 LBB
0. D. FORSTER,
OFFICE and yard on the Canal, foot of
North street, Wholesale sod Retail n tleater
BROAD TOP COAL.
Families and dealers may rely upon obtaining a first
rate article, and full weight, at the lowest rates. Orders
promptly attended to. A liberal discount made to pur
chasers paying for the coal when ordered.
Presentrice, $3, and $2 30 per ton.
Harrisburg, April 1.8.-dly
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER,
WOULD respectfully inform his old
patrons arnt the public generally, that he will
continue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, ME
LODEON, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH
BA-SR. He will w'th pleasure wait upon pupils et their
homes at any hour desired. or lessons will be given a
his residence, in Third street, a few doors below th
German Reformed ehttrelt. tteelf.-tt ti
SCHIEFFELIN BROTHERS & CO.,
WHOLESALE • DRUGGISTS,
AND DEALERS in Fancy Goods, Per
fumery, &G. Also agents for the sale of Refined
Petroleum, Illuminating Oil, superior to any coal oil •
furnished In any quantities at the lowest market rates.
17,0 and 172 William, 'Street, ,
SPORTSMEN ATTENTION. Fishing
Tackle, Powder and not, for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
spin Corner Front sad Market West/.
BILLIARD AND BOWLING SALOON,
NO. 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR lenivi . H.
rII j. HE subscribers having erected a larg e
building at the above place, expressly for the pars o
gee above indicated, beg to earl the attehtioa of the pub
lic to the following :
Tag ftemAtraarrr, on the first lin3r, with a Alining romp
attached, is lilted up in flrst-class style, and it will at all
times he suppled with the best OYSTERS to be had is,
the Atlantic cities, together with terrapin, fish, and all
kinds of game in season. Oysters served up in every
style, and meals to be had at all hours. The Ales of all
the celebrated breweries in the country constantly on
The Ten-pin klieg, or Bowling Saloon, is in the rear,
and contains three alleys of modern construction, where
the lovers of this healthy eternise can enjoy themselves.
The Billiard Saloon is up-stairs—elegantly filled up,
and contslos three marble top combination cushion ta
bles, equal to any made.
Harrisburg has long felt the want of a grand combin
ation of this kind, and as the proprietors are determine
to conduct it in a quiet and orderly manner, and 410 eve
rything in their power to make it a fashionable .resort s
they hope to receive a liberal share of public patronage.
jai-dtf WILLIAM C. McFADDEN Sr CO.
365 & 387 BROADWAY,
CORNER . OF FRANKLIN STREET,
IBIS first-class ,house—the most quiet,
homelike, anit pleasant hotel in the city—offers
superior inducement , to thoso visiting NSW YORK for
business or pleasure. It is central iu its location, and
kept on the
in connection with
where refreshments cau be hail at all hours, or served
in their own rooms. The chtrges are moderate, the
rooms and attendance of the first order—baths, and all
the modern convenienee attached. maB3m
COAL REDUCED 1 1
N consideration of the hard dines, and
t. as I sell exclmively FOR CASH, I have reduced the
price of Coal as follows :
Lykens Valley Broken l 82 90 per too
" Large Egg " 290
" Small Egg " 290 " "
" Stove " 290 " "
ao " Nut " 225 " "
Wilksbarre tr 290
Lorberry 2 90
LgrAll Coal delivered by the PATENT WEIGH' CARTS; it
can be weighed at the purchasers dcor, and if it falls
short 10 POUNDS, the Goal wdli be forfeited.
All Coal of the best quality mined, delivered free from
.04-Coal sold In qantities, at the LOWEST WHOLIPALE
Agent for Dupont's Celebrated Powder, a large supply
always on baud, at Manufacturers prices.
kir A large lot of superior baled. Hay for sale.
j 23 JAMES If. WHEELER.
HARRISBURG COAL OIL DEPOT,
VOR the safety of 011381.11DerS, we have
ji establisced a Col Oil Depot at the corner of Frou
ant Market streets. all onr oils are tasted and we posi
tively sell none except such as prove to be non-explosive,
clear and free from odor as far as practicable. We offer
at present the following justly celebrated b. ands. Mag
oche, Bentsen, Nabrona and Lecuer, lower than can be
purchase 1 eleewhere in this place, either wholesale or
retail. Also an ex'ensive assortment of 1 amps, Chim
neys, Shades, Glass Cones, Burners, &c. We will also
change fluid or rampheee lamps, so as to be used for
coal oat. Call and satisf, yourselves, at
NBAIOLS Et BOWMAN,
aprll Corner of Front and Market street.
PALM LEAF MATTRESSES,
COT lON TOP MATTRESSES,
. CHAIR CUSHIONS,
CAMP STOOLS, &c., &c.
On hand and for sale at the very lowest rates for cash
Hair Mattresses and Spring Bottom made to order.
ITA IR MATTRESSES, &c.,
Repa red and node equal to new, very reasonable, al ; at
N 0.109, Market street, between Fourth and r Mb, by
m ,r2B-2md - J. T BARNI.M.
WALL PAPER !
ELEGANT styles and patterns of Wall
Paper for 6, 10, 12, 15 and 25 cents per roll.
'the Sargent and most varied stook o f
Wall Paper, Borders, Window Blinds,
Curtins and Fixtures
ever offered in this city". Being bought for sash, it will
be old at a very small profit.
tar Remember the place,
'Whetter's Book Store,
Market street, opposite,Gross' Drug More, Harrisburg.
TEIEO. F. I:ICREFFER,
BOOK AND 3013 PRINTER,
NO. 18, MARKE7 STREET,
Particular atteatiou paid to Printing, Riding and
diudiug of Railroad Blanks, Manifests, POUCIOS, Checks,
Drafts, &C. CARD, printed. at V, $3,4, and $s Per
thousand in elegant style. i2O
FOR SEWING MACHINES.
JONAS BROOK & BRO'S
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL COTTON,
200 (5 500 YDS. WILIIE, BLACK @ COLOBAD.
THIS thread being made particularly for
Sewing Machines, is VERY STRONG, SMOOTH AND
ELASTIC. Its strength is net impaired by wasting, nor
by friction or the needle. For Machines, use Brooks'
FOR UPPER THREAD,
and Brooks Patent Six Cord,Jted Ticket,
FOR UNDER THREAD,
Sold by respectable dealers throughout the country.—
Also, Lv DARNS or 100 Dunes SACS, ASSORTS') NOS., by
WM. HENRY sutra, Sole Agent.
nog-d6m 30 Veseystreet, New York.
THREE CENTS PER PAPER.
OUR fresh stock of Superior Flower
and Ga. den Seeds we have determined to sell at
ih.ee cents per paper. Call at No. 91 frarket street,
Keller's drug and fancy store, and you will get to the
; J. Wesley Jones' Sue double Asters and ten week stooks
at sums price.
JOHN B. SMITH
HAS removed hie Boot and Shoe Store
from the corner of Becond and Walnut streets to
NO. 108 MARKET STREET,
Next door to Hayne's Agriculture &ere, where ho intends
to keep all kinds of Boots wut Shoes, Gaiters, Sto., and a
large stook of Trunki, and every Ming in Ma line of bu
siness ; and will be thankful to receive the patronage of
his old customers and the public in general at his new
place of business. ell kinds of work made to order In the
best style and by superior workmen. Perishing Mete at
short notice. Ettpr2dttl JOHN B. SMALL
DANDELION COFFEE I--A Fresh and
large supply of this Celebrated Coffee) ust received
by pad) WM,..D001 Jr., St
CIDER 1! ! VINEGAR !I!
mADE from choice and selected Apples,
And guaranteed by us to bo strictly pure.
e 124 tYM. DoOlit !It CO.
TO. 1 MACKERAL in Kitts, half bar
rels, and barrels, at the Mew Grocery and Provl
Edon Store, Front and Market streets.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
FAMILY WABHING BLUE, as excel
lent substitute for Indigo, for sa lo at the wholesale
and retail grocery store of
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets
Alarge supply of fresh Salad Oil. in
largo and small botlos, and of different brands
ind received and for sale by
WM. POCH, Ja. & CO.
CHOICE Teas, Green and Black, for sale
low by NICIIOLeh & BOWMAN,
refill Corner Front and Market streets.
JIIST RECEIVED.—The New Shaped
.kalet Sairt, th 3 finest article menufacAured. ror
*Ay Next door to the Harrisburg Hank.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
- Corner of Front and Market Streets.
(V. Hummel's old stand,)
HAVE determined to place their entire
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRUITS,
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
FLOUR, FISH, &a.
We have also gone to considerable trouble in
getting the sale of several brands of
All of which we warrant to be
NON-EXPLOSIVE, TRANSPARENT AND
FREE FROM ODOR,
as far as practicable. Among others, we have
NATRONA, MAGNOLIA, LUCIFER,
All of which we will sell wholesale or retail,
and lower than any other house in Harrisburg.
Also, all kinds of
CUT, FLINT AND GREEN GLASS-WARE.
We also invite attention to our well selected
and extensive assortment of
Call at NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
PORTEMONAIES, WALLETS, POCK •
et-books, Bankers' Cases, Ladies' Caba Satcbete,
Ladles Traveling satchels. We are constantly receivin_
additions to our stock of the above goods, and neces
sarily have a tine assortment of the latest styles. We
respectfully invite persons wanting to purchase any ci
the above articles to examine the steck—knowing that
a greater variety or better goods cannot be found in this
KELLER'S Drnu and Fancy Store,
91 Market street, one door east of Fourth steeet, south
side. m 4.
CHARLES A. BOAS,
RAS REMOVED 1118
WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE
st l i To No. 7, Market Square,
below the Buehler House.
FIE has constantly on hand a large stock
WATCHES, JEWELRY and PLATED WARE
of an descriptions. Watches and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. ape dim*
GEO. W. 31eCALLA,
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER,
NO. 38, Oyitegt.
dta. Market Street, Harrisburg.
HAS constantly on hand a large stock
WATCHES, JEWELRY and FANCY ARTI
CLES, PLATED WARE, &c. 4
Watches and jewelry neatly repaired.
Ire N B. Doak forget the place, opposPe the Jones'
ME BEST GOODS FOR TEE MST MON t , I
BOOTS AND SHOES,
DE S C It I PTION
and at all
Next door to the Court House,
Also a general assortmen t of TRUNKS, VA.
LISES and CARPET BAGS, at the lowest
cash prices. mar2B-d3m
QCHErY LKILL AND SIISQUEITA_NNA
kj Railroad Company, OM.A No. 2i7 S. Fourth street,
thilgdelphia, Aprit 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 of the Company, May sth,
at 12 o'clock, af. W. H. Mcll,llgaigEY,
ASECOND LOT of Comic and Sentimen-
Valentmes, at 4iffereut prices,
teels y SCELEFFER'S Bookstore
FIFTH WARD HOUSE
R. J. PETERS, Proprietor.
Corner of Forster and West Avenues,
(Ia the Rear of the Reservoir,)
Boarding by the wee 4, day or single meal at reasona,
ble rates. i.,00d stabling for horses. &o. aprg-diru*
ACHOICE lot of ASTER'S and TEN
WEEK ETJCKS, with a generd variety of Fresh.
Dower and Garden Seeds, received and far sale at No.
91 Market street. KELLEMS Drugstore.
HP. & W. C. TAYLOR'S NEW SOAP.
• It is economical and highly detersive. It con
tains no Rosin and wilt not waste. It is warranted not
to injure the hands. It wilt impart an agreeable odor,
and is therefore suitabie for evory purpose. Fur
sale by WM. DOCK, Jr. & Co.
GARDEN SEEDS.—Just received a
large invoice of CliOiCB Garden Seeds—comprising
a greater variety of imported and home growth than
has ever been offered in this city. Those who may
desire to purchase, can depend upon getting the best in
the world, at the wholesale and retail grocery store of
WM. DOCK, JR. & CO.
SUGAR CURED HAMS.
&largo and fresh supply just rezeived by
eb26 WA . . BOOK Jr.. is Oa
DIPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY
.1)R. P. H. ALLA.BACH, surgeon Den-
Ludt, Manufacturer of Mineral Plate Teeth, the only
method that obviates every objection to the use of
teeth., embracing partial, half and whole seta of one
piece only, of pure and lndestructie le mineral, there are,
no crevices for the mem/mutation of small particles of food
and therefore, no offensive oder from tile breath, as no me
tal is used in their construction, there can be no galvanic
action or metallic taste. Hence the indig Mimi is not an
noyed with sore throat, headache, &o. Wiles No. 4.8
North Second street, Harrisburg.
GREAT ATTRACTION. •
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you wdl Bud a large and well selected stock or
plain and fancy Cooiectionery of all kinds. A 'great va
riety or toys of every description, Ladies' Work Stands
and Fancy Bassets, Foreign Fruits, Nuts, Dates and all
oilier articles generally kept in a confectionery and toy
store. Receiving fresh supplies every week. Cali and
examine for yourselves. WM. H. WAGOLINKR,
aprlB-dian p. oprietor.
HAY 1 HAY I I
A SUPERIOR article of Baled Hay, at
817 00 par toa for sale by
eblB JAMRB M. WHEELER.
111A-PSUGARS, Choice Syrup, Teas,
ac. For sale low by
NICLIOLS A BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
QEENb' WARN, Glassware, Btoneware,
and Earthenware, new stylist, for sale by
NICHOLS k & WMAN,
27-y] norttboast comer of Front and Market Weida.