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II iII.RJSBURG , PA
Sat urilaj Morning, May 8,1862.
B . A. HAY, of this city, is attending
i b c general synod of the Evaogelicsl Lutheran
nuw in session at Lancaster city.
l a s meal quarterly term of the Court of
co on Pleas will commence next Monday.
There are 40 cases on the trial list. It is probe
11le that the parties tried and convicted at the
ur t QuArter Sessions this week will receive
their ge utencee next Monday.
THROAT.—We learn that an old sol
do named Samuel Rouk, one of the "Silver
Ga p while laboring under the influence of
liquor 'I bursday night, somewhere on the Ridge
roid wade an attempt to commit suicide by
cattina his throat. We could not learn further
i f April showers bring May flowers, a boun
tiful crop ought to be expected this month.—
Tte weather the.past week has been changea-
Ile— Wet, dry, warm and cool The warm
ireatonr brought forth the buds and blossoms
o f e arly bearing fruit trees, fortunately the cold
era not revere enough to Injure them.
A Puna —A and B went to market with
40 pip each. A sold his at 2 for $l, and Bat
the rate of 3 for $l, together receiving $26.--
lie next day A went to market alone with 60
pigs, and, wishing to sell at the same rate, sold
them at 3 for $2, and received only $24. Why
should he not receive as much as when B owned
half of the pigs ?
PREPARING FOIt Sinwaa.—Many of our citi
;ens are exhibiting a commendable degree of
' cleanliness and neatness in clearing the rubbish
sway from the front and rear of their dwellings.
Ma certainly should be, done for the sake of
good health during the hot and sultry weather
of summer. An additional number of shade
trees have been plented in the streets of the
borough, and the old ones trimmed out.
A WOMAN in Harrisburg, Pa., claims a di
vorce because her husband has joined the rebel
ono . . Good for her, we hope it will be
granted.—Lehigh Register •
Our cotemporary is slightly mistaken. The
women alluded to is a resident of Philadel
phia, and the application for divorce was made
at the last session of the Legislature. Her pe
tition was published is the Davy Tnwaxer a
at the tame. The bill granting the divorce
REMARKABLE DEEM Hoer.—Friday morning
last tamuel McDowell, of Armagh township,
bliffiin county, caught a deer under remarkable
circumstances. While at breakfast the deer
appeared In the field near the house, whereupon
Er. McD. immediately gave chase, over the
field and into the creek, where he caught the
deer by the ens. A tremendous struggle en
eutd, in the water, but strange to say, Mr. McD.
6UCCI ded in holding on until a rope was brought
and the deer completely secured. This proba
hp the first time in the history of that county
that a full grown deer was fairly caught by a
single individual, without dogs.
BAHNUM . B Great National Dog Show is announc
ed in a rikular to commence, in New York, on
the 12th, at.d continue dally until the 17th of
lint. Over two thousand dollars are to be paid
la premium's, one thousand of which. is to be
pall for the largest and handsomest dog of his
age, under one year. It is anticipated that the
",how" will contain represantatlves of the
breeds of all the dogs that ever bayed the moon
or eroded eeta burglar. This "show" is origi
nd with Barnum, and it will doubtless afford
the "fancy " of the country rare sport and
valuable ioetruction. If Barnum would call in
neighborhood he could secure aLveral
breed; of the hound and the puppy which would
add to the interest of the "show."
kotasiox Bowie KNIPE:EL-Mr. Augustus L.
Armstrong, of the Land Office in this city, has
leld upon our table two frightful momentoes of
onion iu the shape of bowie knives, found
ou the battle field of . Manassas, and sent to him
it his sou, Jacob win. Armstrong, of the army.
The blades of the weapons are made of iron,
Ware respectively about eight and ten inches
lung; both are sharp-pointed, but their edges
are exceedingly blunt, and would scarcely do to
tarn a Che,hire cheese. The handles are
Dale of roughly hewn hickory, and furnished
nth guards to protect the hands. They were
evil/e l/ 0 Y manufactured by some country black
%fib, and are miserable specimens of Southern
POLIce —.Mayor's Oface.— There was a "full
14 m in the lock-up Thursday night, causing
Snits acommotion at the Mayor's office yeeter
The first parties arraigned were three well
l°ow n 7l .4stpits dupave, named respectively Mary
41 4 Ell, u Toy, and Margaret Garman. They
litre arrested for indecent behaviour on the
Meet. Each was sent to prison for thirty days.
Eliza I,l' r —an Irish Biddy of thirty years
or thereabouts, with red hair and expanded
"gym blossoms on her nose—was up for drank
%nem, and after a lectur e from his honor the
Mayor, was discharged with an injunction to
fa no more.
Albert Jackson next answered roll call. Ai
nwas a dapper little negro with puckered
Irs, broad lips, and au u nexceptionabl e pair
" ivories." He stood charged with drunk
tlorss, and after a lecture, was discharged.
lieutenant In the volunteer service, named
IVII ` 63I v, was arraigned for having imbibed too
busy " tangle-foot," and kicking up a "muss"
1 4 a t were near the depot. Yined and dis
l los• Rees—a dilapidated looking customer,
lisp, trotted up for the same offence, and dis
14, 1, ° ;. ' 1100 k—a veteran in the ranks of Capt.
''''9—was in traduced to his honor ; and
tioaaral)ty, o .s ase and Bartley Jackson—two addl..
` ullll B, were arraigned, and wok'
st 50, 4
and which they paid were die- 1 awl.
Roy. Da. Spasm - art, of Springfield, Ohio,
formerly of this city, will preaoh in the Eng
lish Lutheran Church, Fourth street, on next
Sunday morning and evening.
ITALIAN OPICRA.—The principal solo artists of
the Italian Opera, from the New York Acade
my of Music, including Mad..• D'Angrl i Sig.
Brignoli, Sig. Susini, Sig. Amodia and Sig.
Abella, will give a grand operatic concert at
Brant's Hall in our city shortly.
Call Boas's:l.—The other evening, a truck
loaded with coal oil caught fire while running
down the mountain, on the Pennsylvania rail_
road, and was entirely consumed. By speedily
Shifting the train, at the head of the yard, the
fire was prevented from communicating to any
of the other cars.
WOKEN AND SILKS Gentlemen having
"dressy" families are entering npon a purgato
rial era. Everything in the silk line is follow
ing the example of secession—going up. Two
years ago silks were so cheap that a sewing
girl could spread herself like the wife of a
merchant prince. They are now so high as
again to become the prcperty of comparative
Nsw Murno.—Wm. Knoche, No. 93, Mark et
street,•has just received another supply of new
music, ataong which are the following pieces :
"Gen. Pop is Grand March," with a fine en
graving of that distinguished general.. "Bowl
ing Green Mar, h," and a beantifcl song, en
titled "The Picket Guard," dedicated to B. M.
Greene and his comrades of the 49th Pennsyl
CAPTAIN J. M. EYSTER, 18th Infintry regi
ment U. S. A., advertises in anotheicolumn for
three hundred able bodied men to fill up the
regiment. This is one of the finest regiments
that has been raised, and a portion of it is now
in service in Gen Buell's division, and distin
guished themselves at the battle of Shiloh. A
fine chance is now offered to young men wishing
to go into service.
CHANGN /N RAILROAD Tnsa.—We understand
that on and after Monday next, (May 6th,) a
new schedule will go into operation on the
Pennsylvania Railroad, in which important
changes will be made. The newspaper express
train which now reaches this city about 9
o'clock a. is. will be discontinued, while the
time of all the other trans will be changed ex
cept the accommodation train and Lancaster
trains. We will probably be able to give the
new schedule to-morrow evening.
RAILROAD hfPROVIDIRINTS. —The Pennsylvania
Railroad company is making some improve
ments at Altoona. A new paint shop, one
hundred and sixty feet long by thirty wide,
has been put up, inside of their line on Branch
street, and neatly riainted. The 'cal— shed
which formerly ran pasllel with'lista street,
below.Arinie, has been taken down to, give
room to increase the half round house, at the
east end of the works, 'to - a
full efrele, and an
other shed put up on Branch street.
Itinarnernia xo Thionsaa.—Section first of
the supplement to "An Act for the regulation
and continuance of a system of education by
Common Schools." passed by our last 4Legisla
tare, and approved by the Governor, provides
that the word mouth, in all future agreements
with teachers, shall mean twenty-two days, of
which twenty, exclusive of Saturdays, are . to be
devoted to the instruction of pupils in the
schools, and two Saturdays, to be lesignated by
the Board, to the improvement of the teachers,
by means of the District Institute, or other
appropriate exercises. It makes it obligatory
on both theßoard and teachers to observe these
Saturday exercises or Institutes .
Szaarst's Sass.—The following property
was sold by the Sheriff, at public Bale, yesterday
A two story frame home and .thirteen acres
of land, in Lower Paxton township, the pro
perty of Jacob Shont,.sold to jacob Ziegler, of
Harrisburg, for $575.
A homeland lot in Lykenstown, the property
of Michael Martin, sold to Leopold Loeb for
A house and lot in Lykenstown, the property
of Michael Martin, sold to Leopold Loeb for
$lO, subject to purchase money unpaid on the
A house and lot in the city of Harrisburg,
the property of Susanna Baste* sold to Jo
seph Popel for $B6.
Tax FABHIONS.—A writer on the fashions in
the Tournd of Commerce, says there has never
been seen in Paris more diversity or more deli
'racy than is displayed in the moires and etffe
tas, which have appeared since the first of the
new year. Some are embroidered and brocaded
with shaped flowers and leaves ; others have
satin stripes or cross bars. The sable silks are
covered with small spots, not larger than the
head of a pin ; white grounds are sables with
white, black and scarlet ; black with white, and
violet with gold. Moir-antique of a pale prim
rose color is brocaded with branches of flowers;
each boquet is encircled with a marrow black
line, giving the flowers the appearance of being
raised, as a cameo. The latest style of moire
is of a white ground, with pink flowers bro
caded in the material, the leaves being em
broidered in silk. Weems, crapes and tulles
are the materials employed for the costumes of
dancing ladies. The flounces and tunics of
black Chantilly lace, others of white point
d'Angleterre and point d'Bruxeles, the designs
representing garlands of fruits and flowers,
scroll arabesque festoons and Algerian patterns
of endless variety, produce a charming effect
when worn over print, magmata or violet crape
skirts. The various modes of arranging the
hair are all fantastic and all unbecoming ; the
front hair is generally frizzed above the fore
head, and the back hair hangs in large knots on
the neck ; a long curl, the engagecutt, falls in
front from behind the ear, The fashionable
bonnets will deserve the designation of " Um
me-quicks," ty which they are known in Eng
land, for they leave the cheeks entirely un
covered, and form a sat of stove pipe abcoa
c *braes& 7 ' '''
amnionMa - 6
dig • 4.4l4riiithActimbag Morning, iftlav 3, 1862.
A STATED Magma of the Friendship fire com
pany will be held in their ball on Moody even
ing at the usual hour. Punctual attendance is
THE WAR.—The public mind is now busy in
speculation upon the probable duration of the
war; the late captures by the Union forces, and
surrender of the hot beds of seaesston, must - now
palpably present to their mind's eye the wicked
deception and misrepresentation practiced upon
the masses of the South by their leaders. The
first law of nature, (self preservation,) must ere
long, (apart from any other consideration,) as
sert its right and throw off the tyrannical rule
that is dragging them on to destruction. When
peace shall have been restored, and the blockade
lifted, they then can lake advantage of the
cheap dry goods house of Union & BOWNLIf in
purchasing their goods.
Canvey Camila! Caarirr !—Having returned
from New York, I now have on hand, and I
Kai 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 muslin, very cheap ; splendid black
silks at 75 cents, worth 90 cents ; good black
silk at $l, worth Si 25 ; black slk 32 inches
wide at $1 10, worth $1 37 ; very fine black
Bombazin at $1 10, worth 50 ; sum
mer silks at 60 cents a yard.; 10 pieces of
the finest Irish linen at 75 cents, worth $1 ;
1,000 hoop skirts, at 60 76 and $l, very cheap.
Great bargains in stockings; 20 dozen hem
stitched handkerchiefs, at 26 and 81 cents,
clieap. Wholesale buyers we respectfully in-
vite to - our large stock, all bou ght n for caeb at.
New York auction. Having a buYer in New
York, we are daily receiving lob lots from the
weekly; sales, which we 'pi ooi fse .to sill'at city
prices to wholesale buyers. S. Lawv,
mBl4 Ehoad's.old stand,
HAIR DYE! HAIR> DYE!!
Wm. L Batchelor's hair Bye I
The only Harmless and Reliable Dyer Known
All-ollaera are more imitations, and should be avoided
if you wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR RUM' BAIR dyed 'natantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, witbout the least
Injury to Hair or Skin. •
FIFTEEN MKDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to WM. A. 134Toosiou sine 18 9, and over 900,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye,
Wm. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be . distinguished from nature and is WARIIIIII4ID
not to Wore tn . the least, however long it may be: contin
ued, end drellleffects of:bad Llvds remedied; Vhe!hair
is Invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at No. 18 deed Street . New York.
Sold la all the altos and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
The Genuine has the tame " William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon it steel plate engraving, on the four
aides of each box. - ^
• Srholassie Factory, 81. Barclay St.,
Late 238 Broadway; New Yerk
AN ORDINANCE -AUTHORIZING THE
THE LAYING OP WATER PIPE IN THIRD AND
CUMBERLAND STRUTS.—Section 1. Be it ordained
by the Common Council of the Citylof Harrisburg,
That said Council be and they are hereby au
thorized to lay Water Pipe in Third street,
from the present termination of the same up
said street, to a point about ten feet below
Eckert's Lane, and from Ridge Road down
Cumberland towards Third street, about four
hundred and sixty feet, with the necessary
cross branches, fire plugs and stop cocks, the
expense thereof to be paid out of any money
in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated.
Passed April 16, 1862.
Attest:—DA.VlD HARRIS, Clerk.
Returned by the Hayor to the Council with
his objections, dated April 80, 1862 ; when, on
motion, Council proceeded to re-consider, as
directed by the 9th section of the Charter,
and after such re-consideration peaked the
same by eleven members of Connell voting
therefor. • DAVID HARRIS,
myB-dlt Clerk of Common Connell.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY I
300 ABLE BODIED MEN,
For Three Years Service, in the 18th
U. S. Infantry.
'f'HIS splendid Regiment will consist of 2,4&2
& men, in three Battalions, to be armed with
the best rifled musket.
The first and second Battalions are now in
the field, under General Thomas, and four com
panies of the third Battalion are acting as body
guard to General Buell.
The pay ranges from $lB to $34 per Month,
and $lOO bounty, with board and .medical at
tendance. By economy, sufficient can be saved
from the rations to purchase blacking, towels,
tobacco, ,to , so that at the expiration of the
term, a soldier may retire from the service with
from $5OO to $l,OOO.
Uniforms, shoes, shirts, drawers &c., will be
furnished immediately after enlistment.
All pension laws in force apply to all men in
the regular service, and every slok and disabled
soldier will be comfortablyi provided for in the
"Soldier's Home," established by the Govern
In this regiment there is a splendid field for
pry:motion, one third of the company officers will
be promoted from the ranks as soon as the regi
ment Is complete. The non-commissioned offi
cers will be appointed, and promotions to second
lieutenants will be made. Every man will have
a fair and equal opportunity to rise in the ser
vice. This gives young men of spirit and ability
a chance for the honorable post of corporal or
sergeant, and to acquire a commission in the.
regular army for life. All young men of spirit
and ability, whe wish to gain for themselves a
name, we invite to join this SPLENDID REGI
MENT at once and aid to put dot this un
righteous rebellion, and drive the traitors from
our land, who are laying waste our pleasant
places, and endeavoring to Convert our great
temple of liberty into a den of thieves. Then
your country will honor you and posterity bless
you. J. M. EYSTER,
Captain 18th 11. S. Infantry,
Recruiting Officer 4
Harrisburg, Pa., AprE2B. my 2 dOt
IUIREaIf Garden Seeds of all kinds, fot.
JU Bak tour by NI ZOLS & BOWMAN,
my 2 -* front and Market ttreote,rl
rtHURNS, Tubs, Baskets,: Brooths,-
VV BrlEhes and all kinds 0 f W il!ow and; Oedtr • w ore ;
for sale kw by ' MOH 114 & BOWILILN,
mpg Front and liinket street&
E'RESH FISH every Tuesday and Friday
at JOHN *MIS Store, corner of Third and .Wal:
nut. , ntyly
A PPI ES, Oranges and Lemons, atJOHN
DRIED FRUITS, Hominy, Beang,
at JOHN maws. myl
VIGB, Dates, '
=es Raisins, sad all
j: - nide oT nits, et JOlll WISE'S Store, Third and
INE Choice Teas and Pure Spices, at
JOHN WIS myl
CANNED Tomatoes and Green Corn, at
JOHN WTS es.
u3TER, Water,Sodi ailckSwpet . tlFack.,
ere,at .7QH,WW - WM j
AKSR'S Cbcoa and Sweet Chooolate
B.lbr iale at JOHN AMPS, Thlit sad Walnut:lila
A StritlaOß lotef , ntiehomaaJW
.41 , 13baikiestlealthe afore or JOHN MS& myl
W. 0. lIICKOII,
President of the Common Council
PUBITIO SALE OF
-T WILL SELL at Public Auction to the high
-1 est bidder, at Camp Greble, near Harris
burg, on Thu rsday the Bth day of May next,
at 10 o'clock, A. st of said day, the following
buildings used as barracks: this winter by the
6th Artillery, United States Army, viz :
Three stables, • each containing about 28,000
feet of lumber.
Three Shanties, each containing about 16,000
feet of lumber..:
; • •
Two Hospital buildings, each containing about
2500 feet of lumber.
GuattlAceuss;.oun, k , about 8,800 feet"' of
Store House, coutikinitugi about-:8,600 feet of
lumber. 'e l
One Shed, (blown down,) containing about 4,-
One setiiiitirliti, id)Ont S,ooo — feet
Two Huts,ountaining each about 9;700 feet of;
One Hut, containing aboutVloo feet of lum-
One Hut, containing alioui 6,640 feet of lulu
One Hut, containing abdut :2,000. feet of lum
ber, be th , same more or less for each.
The purchaser must in every csselemove the
building purchased at once. Terms of sale,
cash. Treasury notes or gold and silver pay
ment to be made when the same is knocked
down•to a purchaser. """"`E. C. WILSON,
ml-td Asst. Qr. M., (vol.) 11. S. A.
PUBLIC SALE OF HORSES.
BY ORDER of the Department I will sell at
public ' - ariction to the highest 'bidder: on
Monday, the 12th day
~of May,. A. .1882,:, at
the stabliain c Hardsbitrg, •Pa.,, at 'the' end. of
Market efreitt,' , near the! freight depot' of life
Lebanon Valley railroad, •:,
Among the lot are many excellent mares with
coal, and others that have foaled lately. If
the animals are not all sold on that day, the
sale will be publicly adjourned from day to day
until all are sold. - - *
Terma.oliah;-to be paid in Trauntry notial 'or
gold and -oilier.' 'Bale to oomtnenoo •at 10
o'clock a. It'of said day.
4 E. O. WILSON, -
Asst. Qt M..(v01.) 11. S. A..
ito ty m zia.E
CP CO M I M INSI
SHOES GAITERS, ST4PPERS •W 0117.14
And Chlldren's Shoes, Orrery deroriplion ; also.thiddies,
Bridles, Harness, Collars, Whips, Carpet .Bses,
Valises, Sib , allot : wbkib'srill be sold otioap'for as& ,at
No. 20 Market Street,. Hafrisborg. 141 d2st•
13, d.. : _ R RI 8 ,
Tin and Sheet Iron W are hianufacturei
N0...112 MARKET STRUT. . .
ETAS always on,hanA a full assortment
of Tin aad APremed.. Ware, , 00 0 alltil *Pi 'Parlor
Stoves MAR. beetmantliamuries, Onto , Spouting, Roof-.
log and Oittiinfzettlron berniali, manufactured Sit put
up at rtasonablo rates.: ':"
Jur Repairing promptly attended to. apr3O.dly
93 Market street, .Barrisburg, Pa.,
..,NE- ROSEWOOD PIANCIS, from tholes
I m V akere from $2OO upwards. •
Tto.l BEST I MANTIFACITfIIit'D INSTBU.
MENT'S, FllO6l $46 to $lOO. •
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Bruins, Binjoe, Tambiourines,
Violin and Gultafit d ngs and mud
. cal Reit:l=4lk la general.
ME LATEST PU BL ICATIONS always
hand. MUElle sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOO
Suitable for looking glasses; and all kinds of
piotuyes always on hand.
A fine assortment of best plated
1, 0 0 :ct, E 13
'From smallest to largest sises.
Arty, style of .fratne made to order at the.
$8 Market street.
febl 9 -watsl y
CHUYLKILL AND SUSQUEHANNA
* Railroad Company, Office N0i . 2 1 2Y.g: ihnittli street,
r ladolphia, April 3, 1562.
The Annual Meeting or the stockholders ef'
pally, and an election for President and • eta *imagers,
will take place at the Office or the Company, Miy Bth,
at 12 o'clock, M. W. H. IicILHICNNItY,
mir7-dtd -, • - &aviary.
THEO. F. SCHEFFEE
BOOK AND JOB
NO. 18, MARK +V 2 ',MEM'
roi-Particular attention Paid to Printing, Ruling and
Binding of Railroad Blanks, Manifests, Polls*, Cheeks,
Drafts, he. CARDS printedAit $2, Sh, $4, and SS per
thousand in elegant . 120
CEMETFAY LOT . .
VOII can't purchase the =Keystone
11 Nursery, Hurrieburg„lteeigrosi •
TREES AND .:SIERUBS,
namental shrubbery, Nina, ot se good quality and
at, as lour. prima .as they sea be fold , Irteepens itne
agitate and 'pedlars; lietildde having the advantage or
getting them fresh frost title ground:
alt: . • • JACOB NISH.
ANTED s white f. diare servant
wanted immediately. Must bring good recom
mendation. Apply at the store of •
NICHLOLS & BOWMAN,
myl-clat Corm OrMont and Atarket streets.
VINE lo t of Bug. er. Cured llama, Country
Bacon and Lad, for sale by
rucaoti & BOWMAN,
myl Coreenhont and Market stieets.
VU'ARD,ELL &:LEVINEBd, Pinkies and
V V °tulip'', for rad at 'JOHN' Wfsrs =yr
CANE SEATED CHAIRS,Ize
XTEATLY repttfried-and resented, '
111 orders executed iirontiolibi .
Eeeordi idreet.below Mulberry.
THREE. CENTS Piga PAPER.
( AIM . &bib . I !etoet. of t Superior Flower
kf and 6i! deis teats We taro determined to sell at
.hr ee cents ;pet per. Call at No. ei *Like% street,
Seller's drug end Amoy Stem, and y ou Wit get to the
right - else°. • • .
J. Wesley doves' One double Asters and ten week stooks
at same price.
S OAP I , ) Harrison, Countryf rio Fon it o w rifor
zal - 34 , a 014 0101 1 t corneronhout and -market Ilt2l/4;ta•
pUklt Cider Vinegar, for sale Of
16 - -_, A10.110/411t BOWMAN'S,
irk Martet streets
rrww llNUN 1110diliklia
' TO THE LADIES.
NEW GOODS I NEW GOODS !!
MRS. E. BRENIZER,
MARKEY STREE2, NEAR 110URTE
lIAS just returned from the city with a
large and Elden ld assortment of Spring Goods,
amedisting In part of Ladles' Drees Trlmmin , a,Jackonatai
Sleittell leans, limbroderies, Edgings, noeurry'Groves,
ladles' and Gents. Mandato chiefs, Ladies' Hoop Sal to
from Arty cum to one dollar and fifty ciente. •
Having t then the agency of the celebrated Grover &
Baker Noisiest; Sewing Machine, I will be happy to have
the p bile call and examine this machine before purchas
ing elsewhere. lam certain it Ifili recommend itself to
all who witriatia its operation. dti experienced operator
le In attentencoorho will impart any iniormatbn de
sired. [er2B-dim] MRS. B. BRIKNIZER.
11.411137A0TV1L131 HY TEM
UNITED ETATS BIOTINA ROOFING co;.,
NO. 9 GORE BLOCK,
Corner Green and Pitts. Streets, Boston, Mass.
frHIS Portable Roofing , is the only article
eller offered to tho:JublW, whigh is reedy :prenatal
to gothe tiorwittio any dulatffir operation. It is
light, handsome and easily applied, and can be as rely
and nbeelttraiirliitt9 Any Al* Cit : the world. It
will nett hint discolor water running over, or lying on
it, and is in all recipe. lita very desirable article. Its
noncenducumar4,priteradaptA esmadailYto ..eovor Ina
wanafactortes of various kinds, anti it is confidently of
fbred to the public after a test of four years to all varie
ties of elm:sate aid temperature, for covering all kinds of
rOofs, flat or pitched, together with oars steamboats, Ito
It is chep and durable. -Agents emote?, towboat
liberal indimements Ire offered Send for Sample, circe •
hr, km, with particulars, to "p. ".I.;fto OWING
apr24 dgni No. 9 Gore Block. BO etnn."'
'1862. 5P111316 OPPIitING 1662.
Black and Second Mourning Dress Goods,
Shawls, Veils, Collars ,
Full, IX yard wide Lupin's all wool Gelaines.
Saps Tor makes of Bombazines :
Splendid Styles pf French. Giughams.
Large stock of Lustros and elperwas.
1- kl3hicksand Purple _Dress Silke
Plain black Bnglish Rep Si Ike.
Black and white FowMrd Bilks.
Purple and Black do.
Plain do. do.
Small Checked do.
; Neapolitan do.
. X ail wool Delaines.
Flg'd all wool Delables.
SM bkiepherd's Plaids.
Long Black Thibbet Shawls. liobaire,
Square Plaid Black and White Shawls.
Square Thibbet Black Shawls.
it-yard Wide Thibbet for &awls,
Very Superior English Crepe Veils, all sizes.
Large stock of miglish Crepe Collars, all sizes. :
se Black bordered Hera Stitch Handkerchiefs.
a Black Gloves of every description.
A Second Mourning Collars.
Setts of Coder and Sleeves.
Silk and Cotton Hosiery.
Black Love Veils.
so Jouvin's Kid Gloves.
E 'tench do.
Particular attention is paid ;and invited to our
stock or the above goods. We are censtentiv re
ceiving now addi tone. Forum:ors wits always
And aNU assorbneet.
CATHCART k B ROTHE%
Nest door to the Harrisburg Bank.
a 6 No . Li:Market Square.
AGENTS! MERCHANTS PEDLERS 1
ENERGETIO men itiake $5 a day by
'selling our 'UNION PRIZE STArIeNERY RaelitiS
containing Superior Stationery, Portraits of ELEVEN
GENERALS, and a piece of Jewelry. We guarantee eat
%faction in quality of our gftio. The gifts omelet of
dfty varieties and styles of Jewelry, alt usentl and vain::
able. Circulars with full partkalars =died. free. Ad
dress. ' , BABICINS & CO,
ael36-Smd 36 Beetle= street, New York.
TRIENNIAL APPEALS FOR 1862
(pHs undersigned Commissioners of
Dasiphirk county, Pa., make known to the taxable
inhabitants within said county and those owning real
*agate within the county aforesaid that appeals will be
had on the valuation as returned by the Assessors of, all
real and personal property taxable for State and county
purpoSes for the said year,tsaid appeals will will be helix
. For the Sixth and Fifth wards of the city of Harrisburg,
at the Court House, in the office of the County Commis
810110111, on Tuesday, May 6th Mat.
For the Fourth ward of said city, at the same place, on
Wednesday, the 7th day of May. • .
For the Third ward of said city, at the same place, on
Thursday; the Bth daY of May.
For the Fhst and Second wards of said city, on Fri
day, the 9th day of May, 1882.
The 'Commissioners therein° hope that all persons
knowing themselves aggrieved by their respective valua
tions as imposed, will take notice hereof and appeid at
their respective places of appeal for rodent. Said appeals
will open at it a. n. and close 14'4 eclOok x. •
Attest :--Jossan Mums.
• P. E. assessors aro requested to be punctual In their
attendant* on the day or appeal. mittlawtd
sogunTELIN BROTHERS & CO
A ND DEALERS in Fancy Goods, Per
..ti. fumery."&e. Also agents for the sale of Reflood
Teiroleum, Illuminating till, superior to any coal oil •
furnished in any quantities at the lowest market rates.
170 and 172 William 'Street,
Will. T. BISHOP,
OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO .tins HALL, ,
OPPOSITE NEW COURT-HOUSE.
Cansnliatiims in &WM= and English.
P LANTING Ceiry Trees. The season
is advancing rapidly, and the time for successfu lly removing. the Cherry will soon be past. Other fruit
tress; such as Apple, Pear, Peach, Plum, Shade Trees, as
wathas Grape Vines, Raspberries, Currants, Goo3eber.
ries, Strawberries, ke., may be planted later, while
mar be safely transplanted as late as the middle or lat
ter end of May. ell,
however shout.. be planted as early
.as.poesible, and there is no Nursery where better ar•
tides can be bad for the same pr.ce, or in better condi.
Non than at the Keystone. [apr 16y] JACOB MIS
NO weather could be more favorable
than the present for
PLANTING TREES, _
all kinds and sizes of which Gan be had at the
Harrisburg, at prices td suit the times and within the
means of the ...rest citizens. aprley] d. MISH.
SPORTSMEN ATTENTION. Fishing.
Tackle, Powder and shot , tar sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market Street&
__DELAWARE GRAPE VINES.
STRONGLY rooted, better than sold
readily a year ago gat $2 each, can now be had at
the Kovstons Nursery for Si each or $lO per down.
apr2B ' JAMB KWH.
guIIR newly replenished stock of Toilet
' and Fancy Goods is lISSUII4BI.I in this city, and
s confident of rendering satisfaction, we would res
pectfully Invite a can. KILLER,
in Market street, two doors east ofYourth street, south
side. . .
GUARA JELLY. — , A large supply just
WM. DOCK, Ja. & CO
r.ABOICIPICHALLENGE BLACKEN ..
, misom a ofzeisjost required, mid for
et Whedosale Elan,
dagfr-Lti • ' 44 . " WM. DOCK, Jr:,—ag.o6%
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,,
Corner of Front and Market Streets.
(V. Hummers old'standiy
NAVE determined to place their entire
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRUITS,
&c., &c ,
at prices to snit 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
SPICES, LEMONS, '
FLOUR, FL3H, &o.
We have also gone to considerable trouble in
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
NATRONA, MAGNOLIA, LUCIFER,
All of which we Will Audi wholesale or retail,
and tower than any other house se Harrisburg.
Also, all kinds of
CUT, FLINT AND GREEN GLASS-WARE.
We also invite attention to oar well selected
and extensive assortment of
Oall at NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
PORTEAfONAIES, WALLETS, POCK -
et-books, Bankers' Cases, Ladies' Cabs Fatcheia,
Ladles Traveling Satchels. We are oonstantly neafv ins
additions to our stook of the above goods„ and noose
eerily have a Hue 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 MAD' be found in the
KELLER'S Drug and Fancy Store,
01 Market street, one door east of Fourth steoet, south
side. m 4.
O.IIABLES A. BOAS,
HAS BIOIOvIID 818
WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE
••-• To No. 7, Market Square,
10 below the Buehler Horse. jrtt
E has constantly on hand a large stook
WATCHES, JEWELRY and PLATED WARE
of all description, Watches and Jewelry repaired and
warranted. aprl dim*
GEO. W. MoCALLA,
WATOH.MAKER ik JEWELER,
NO. 38, 450 v%
Market Street, Harrisburg.
LTAS constantly on hand. a large stook
WATCHF23, JEWELRY and FANCY ARTI
CLES, PLATED WARE, Btc., •
Watches and jewelry neatly repaired.
sar N B. Don't forget the plsoe, opposite the Jones'
ME BEST GOODS FOR THIS LUST MON t.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
- of every
DES CR IPTION
Next door to the Court House,
Also a general assortment of TRUNKS, VA
LISES and OARPET BAGS, at the lowest
cash prices. mar2B-dam
FIFTH WARD HOUSE
R. J. PETERS, Proprietor. .
Corner of Forster and West Avenues,
(In the Rear of the Reservoir,)
Boardingby the week, day or single meal at reasona
ble rates. .00d stabling for horses, Aso, spri•dim*
A CHOICE lot of ASTER'S' and T6N
A. WEEK STOCKS, with a general variety of Freak
Blower and Garden Moeda, renewed and for sale at No.
91 Market street. KELLErt'S Drugstore.
IIP. & W. C. TAYLOR'S Nr. W SOAP.
eD. is economical and highly detersive. It con
tains no Roan and wilt not waste. It is warranted not
to injure the hands. It will impart an agreeable odor,
and is therefore suitable for every purpose. - Fur
sale by WM. DOCK, Jr. 100.
.O...ARDEN SEEDS.—Just received a
ILA large Invoke of ellOice Garden fiftida—oompriaing
a greater yarlety of Imported and hone growth than
baa ever been offered in this city. Those who mag
desire to purchase, can depend upon getting the beat In
the world, at the wholesale and retail grocery More of
WM. DOOI(, Js. & CO.
SUGAR CURED HAMS.
A large and fresh sapply just received by
10b26 Wif.. DOCK Jr.. & 0.,
liIIPROVEIVIIIINT IN DENTL3TIIII.
DR. P.H. ILLLASACH, Surgeon Den.
tint, liannlacturtir of Mineral Plate Teeth, the only
method tlutt.obviates every objection to the use of art,-
finial teeth, embracing partial, half and whole sets of one
piece only, of pure and indestructiv le mineral, there are,
no Crevices for the otasium elation of small particles or fool
and therefore, no offensive oder from the breath, as no me
tal Is tetedin their construction, there can be no galvanic
action or metallic taste. ammo the ladiv ideal is not an
noyed with sore throat, headache, &c. Halee So. 43
Nom &coed street, Harrisburg.
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will find a large and well selected stook of
pain and fancy Confectionery of alt kinds. A great va
riety of toys of every description, Ladies' Worx Stands
and Fancy Baskets, Foreign Fruits, Nuts, Dates and all
other articles generally Kept in a confectionery and toy
store. Receiving fresh supplies every week. Cali and
cuilninefor yourselves. WII. B. WAG:SUMER.,
sprig-dem P. oprietor.
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
NAZARETH, Northampton county, Pa.
Easy &Access from Ilarrisearg by railroad to
Easton, and thence seven miles by stage
Rev. EDWARD H. =MEL
BUCKETS, Baskets, Tubs, Churns and
all kinds of Calar and Willow ware, for ante by
all corner Front. and .Market streets.
HAY 1 HAY ! I
A SUPERIOR article of Baled Hay, at
li $l7 00 per ton for sale by
eblB JA.KIES M. WHKELBR.
O_IIEAS SUGARS, Choice Snap, Teas,
tay to - .ltor We low by
NiatOLS 3 BOWMAN
corner of Front and Market streets.
QiIaEENSWII, Glassware, Stoneware.
and Martheirminynew skeins, for gale by
MOH= * L.. WMAM,
glr.y] nodbustoonurot Piton and Market etreeta.