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FRIDAY EVENING, .1111 - 11011 18, 186,1.
Notice to City Subscribers.
Those of our city subscribers who intend
moving this ; spring ; are, requested to notify
our carriers of the fact beforehand, in order
the papers may be served properly. Timely
notice will prevent much confusion: 3t
The Pennsylvania Reserve Corps--Cred.•
tiling of Pennsylvania Veteran Troops
to other States. . .•
The State authorities have been:anxiously
laboring for the achievement of two great pur
poses, affecting the, interest and the glory of
the volunteers of Pennsylvania. In the first
place, Gov. Curtin has been extremely solici
tous for the welfare.of the RcServe Corps, the
preservation of its organization and the, filling
up of the reghnents of which it is composed, to
their maximum strength. Lately a dispoisition
was 'manifested to divide this veteran.corps,
consolidate, its -regiments, separatejihem, and]
thus utterly extinguish an organization around
which clusters not only the affection of the .
people of Pennsylvania, but the . admira
tion of the people of all the loyal States. We,
are happy now to announce, that the intention
of dividing the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
has been abandoned. It will henceforth pre
serve • its original organization, and orders:
have been or will shortly be issued for the:
return of the regiments of which it is come'
posed, to the State, here at once to enter' on
active recruiting operations for:theirimmediate
filling up. The people of the State Will re
ceive this announcement with joy and grati
tude, and however anxious localities are for
the recruiting of regiments, in which they are
directly interested, to their maximum strength,
there is not a township ora Ward in tie Com
monwealth but will gladly, contribute their
share of men to fill the decimated ranks of the
—The other object secured by Gov. Curtin
during his late visit to iWashington,* relates
to the annoying and unfair practices of other
States, in sending agents to the army to tempt
veteran Pennsylvania regiments re-enlisting to
credit themselves to localities within such
States. An order has been issued to Colonels
of Pennsylvania regiments to expel such agents
from their camps, and at the same time pro
viding for.the punishment of those Who vio
late the regulations on the subject This
order, in connection with the lawlately passed
I'4 the Legislature., forbidding the agents of
other States to enter Pennsylvania to recruit,
will save our people from all further annoy
ance on, thembject. Pennsilvaniahaaldready
contributed too many non to: fill up the quotas
of other States. Ohio, New YorkOlaryland
and New Jersey, with far-off California, have,
had the ranks of their regiments largely re
cruited from among our people, and it is
about time that the system was stopped. The
authorities as well as the people, seem to think
that the imposition' has been ~'played out,"
and hence the action of Gov., Curtin in vas . -
tion thereto. • • •
Something Practical in the Way or
American Representation Abroad.
The diplomacy of the• United Statei has
never been in a condition to cope successfully
with the diplomats of the old world. Not that
we lack in men of accompliihment, men of
sterling worth and ability, but that we were
deficient in the training essential to success
in such affairs. It is oqually important to
educate a man for consular duties and,diple
matic _affairs, as it is to instruct and . qualify
him for service in the field or on the wave. Men
study law and physic for years—go throrigh a •
regular training to becoine proficient in both,
and are only'capable of - graduating after the
most severe examination. The same rules are
observed in adapting,...men for the army and
navy. They, are oducat4and. trained for the
profession of arms.. Why, then, shobld not
Men be educated and trained for the profes
sion of diplomacy? There-la no good reason
why this should not be done by-bur Govern
ment, particularly when the Gesiernments of
Europe ceMpel those who • aspire to consular
and dtplomatm positions, . pass through
regular • grades of service. and instrucition,
before they are entrusted' with the d r iS'olutrge
of duties involving the greatest ; .tespcn.sibili
ties. The cliploruats > of...Europe are a pro
fession,- as distinctive as are . onrnien of lair
and'PhYsic, of the surplice or of arms. Sue
cessfully to cope with Such' a profession, we
naust educate young amen in diplomacy and
consular duties. By'such a training, we will
be able more, practipally, opretect,,'the in
terests and the rights of our trade and cit
izens abroad, and iceep thenation from much
difficulty in its intercourse With foreign Gov
Gov. BamaLETTE oP - linivrocirr.—Tire under ?
stand that the Executive-of VentuOky passed
through this city yeeterday at ?loon, on lais
way to *ashington, and expreised himself
very decided in the determituttion to carry
out his notification to. the= PKesident t .relative
to the plan of eurollinent of megroes in Ken
tucky. Perhaps, when he has heard what the
President has to say his'ardor May somewhat
• subside. It is absurd to think a sat `l'y•
• t" '• • ' •excep
can be m
made in favor of Kentucky, or
t h a t th e eloquence, or indignation of- Gower
norßramlettecarrweigh a feather in turning;
asidattlioliaYWolflias'been determined on,
in ivigulatitig thiSiffairs of this great nation.
We can expect , eonaiderabla splutter ana lsome
fuming for a wfiile, but the ,-40*.E 94 11 fury
sign#ying nothing" 'wjjkspon , paistoff.raUd . the
4,; ,, t3tate of Kentucky settlediiwn ta* l oaßY,
and-to what must be , iritli.44iiiiyiliore "ifs
aria 14.7 We think dly'v,'Bi•io34l**l)l be
oracle wieersbyrli s visit, though lie ::array not
sneceedinaoconiplishing his object.
Mayor Pulley, of St. Louis, lifts reakiiiBd:'l
The Liberty of the Press vs. the Fastidi
ousness of a Copperhead Legislator.
W9e it not for the liberty and independ
enee* the press. auk 'those who.control
. (3f tho:AMeridan people.
.(pngtsince be.en in.vadid and ,de
stroied. press has. -hept the Govcxn,
Merit ...pure`a§d'ilie people safe. F The press
has-defen.deir the right and denounced the
wrong. , The' press has, in a large degree,
contributed most to the development of the
power of the people for self-government; and
if we•except a few individual characterswho
have, control of, public journals, and who use
them n 1 for their own self - aggrandizement,_
even: e glory and the dignity, the influence
and the grandeur of our system of Government,
owe their present elevation and future safety
fira free press! 'hat, then, mould we become,
if the liberty of this powerful influence was
circumscribed? And yet an attempt was , lately
made to intimidate those in the employ of
certain journals in the two great cities of
this Commonwealth, and to deter' them from
that bold expression of, opinion in reference
to public men and measures, which is the
pride and, the glory of the American journal
ist. It seems that:the utter inconsistency
tuadundigrdfted conduct of one Toe Rex, a mem
ber of the Legislature from Montgomery
county, had attracted the attention of certain
newspaper correspondents, as it had so fre
quently elicited the-disgust and chagrin alike
of members and visitors to the House of Rep
resentatives. These correspondents justly and
deservedly excoriated Ilex—portraying his acts
most graphically and so completely presenting
him, to the contempt of the people, that Joe
sought vindication in an investigating commit
tee. By this course, the fellow Re tuallY imagined
;tliathe could intimidate the . entire independent
press of the country. 'Because he had ;been
'fairly referred to and justly denbunceel, he es
sajed to place, an obstruction "On the pen of
every correspondent in the State capital, and,
if possible, pillory the editor of every jour
nal in the Commonwealth. Of course Rex
•failed, as all hypocrisy _fails, when it seeks
contact with impartial investigation. The
committee which the Montgomery county cop
perhead had fornietteOuld gather no testimony
satisfactory to themselves, or at all to the
pleasing of .Rex, •as the report of its pro
whiCh we publish this morning, es
tablishes. The correspondent of the
who unmasked Rex, acknowledged the deed,
and there the matter rests. That correspond
'ent,,in his allusions to Rex, was only exereis
ing his highest franchises as a journali4; and'
there is no power, in the Legislature to inter
fere with' this-right and • liberty: Was, such
power „Vested in that body; was the liberty of
the press at the disposal and the iiehest of
such charlatans as Rex, NVO might,bid farewell
to freedom, and prepare our necks for the
tilave6 of copperh4dism.
The minority report which Rex has made
on this subject, expresses hiselarp . iises in fall
in - asking for' the ' investigation. 'Jctknis of
the 'spotless character—unable, to emulate
the dignified course—and withiug.Tinillorthe
powerful ritifhibnce, of the ehainnim of the
'Committee of Ways and Means, Rex: sought
by inucndo arid insinuation, to bring Mr.
Bighanitfo reproabh. It washis desire to insult
and annoy thegentleman from Allegheny, and
hence Rex called for this investigation. With
a proper sense of what was right find honor
able, tip majority of the committee refused to
Calllldrighitm. They tile* that the mo
tivo pro i mpting Rex to ask for his suinmans,'
was base t and cowardly. They knew that Mr:
-Bigham- had more important labor to did•z
charge than hunting down amagognes; and
in declining to allow ltex le insult that gen
tleman, the committee deserve the thanks of
every true man in thel;egislature. i -
-We have already devoted more space to
subject - and' the Man Ilex than either de
garye. We . .disinhazi both, finally,, with the re
coinmendatioirte the reader to peruse theire
port of the majority of the connnittee, which
appears in this afternoon's Tsimaa.s.r.g.
PC.Feenl! l aud Political.
We learn from' the Cireensburg - Herald, the
Col. Dick Coulter, of the veteran and glorious
old "Eleventli,"has succeeded in filling his
regiment, and will leave Westmorelankcounty
in a few days for the Army of the Potomac: If
those who enlistelito fill up the ranks of the
"Eleventh," are as good as those who fell in
the conflict in which that regiment was en
gaged, the new
„organization will add still
brighter laurels to those which cluster around
the deeds of the old:
The , Daytori,trotirnal says that it:is attributed
to H'ori. George 'E. Pugh, whethbr truly or
otherwise, he cannot ilaY, thatin
with •, a
some of his political friends short tube
ago he objected to the nomination Of Ild'Clel
lin by the Copperheads, because he said if
we nominate a General, we want a General
of victories, not a General of defeats.!! It is
good whether true or false. , .
The vote of Louisiana for Governor as. of: ,
fielallyreturned,shinds:llahn, 6,158; Fellows,,
2,720; Fanners, 1,847. Terrebonne 2.Parist,
the returns from which were not• recoived in
time, to count, mould change these" totals to:
Haim, 6;171; FeliOws, 2;9 50 ; hallder4a :2,225.
Hahn over both 996; total-. vote 'of the State,
11,346. • ' ' :
It is Siipposed that Franklin Pierce .is not
so much a candidate for the United States
Senate in New Harepstire as he' Was. It
would be:well-for the ex-President to perfect
himself in equestrianism, as, since:. his-expe
rience in Blexieo, , ,people have no confidence
In his ability,.which requires a clear head and
- steady hand. ' ' ‘ '
The full returns from New Hmalphaire will
settle Ate,Union majority at about 5,000. The
total vote 'is about 1,300 more than that of ,
last year The Legislature will - probably stand
thus: Union-L,Seliate, 9; Itouse, 207. , Demo
:wets—Su:Late, 31 House,l24. Union majority
On joint ballot, 89;' last Year 53: - ' This will
The Germans of New York, supported the
soldiers' voting measure earnestly; .t One of
them modestly offered two tigketi-io 'all who
aggrOpheith 94:s remar,k IY4O takes
YottPaioie;' t lant the voter, if he examined
the ballots, invariable
. fonnd ., that - bqiii.'.lv&e,
for the prqiosed amendment." • • .
The late New York election exhibits t4e sin-
gular fact, thiit in counties where the. Dinned
.racy, am the strongest, there we find the largest
vote recorded against the preposition to allow
the soldiers to rote. Copperheads have more,
sympathy with the rebels thin
are fighting them.
Corn. Fobte and Col. Small, with the "Fairy
• of the West," are astonishing the good people
in the rural districts. The trio . would eer
iainly not make thana good sized baby.
'Mrs. Jas. A. Bayard, wife of the ex-Senator
from Delawareo4lilBl.4nMankington on Friday.
A Constitutional Convention is to assemble
iu Baltimore, to liberate the slaves in Mary
Gen. Fremont is to be assigned to the De
partment of South Carolina. Gen. Gilmore
- is • to go into the field.
Gen. Sickles, in cOndequenee of his letter
about Meade,,lins displeased the. President.
.Col. John Wooloyv of:lndiana, has been.
appointed Provost• Marshal Of. Baltimore.. ;=
J 39 Eeregrapti.
NO RAID ANTICIPATED AT WASHINGTON
WAimaNaTos, March 18,
Several days ago information WAS sent hither
by one of the bridge - guards on the Virginia
side, that a rebel raid was apprehended on
our defences, and asking what he should do.
He was promptly advieed by the military au
thorities, to-dfty, to dbeilcirmerinstructions.
From this trifling incident' exaggerated ru
mors have prevailed here.
If there is any excitement here, it is con
fined to a very small circle.
The statement'of the newspapers that Cbl.
K. Fayette C. Baker has authority to raise a
brigade ii.not correct. This denial is made
by official request. No authority exists for
him to raise troops. •
THE. WAR IN THE SOUTH-WEST
The Rebels I ! loving Artillery from Da
ton to Ringgold.
,of Twenty Steamers for' the
Ldursvirms, March 17.
The ;.rournal spatphes from, Chatta
"The rebels are moving their artillery from
Dalton towards RingfOld.
. Taylor's Ridge Gap,wa,s picketed by rebel
cavalry on the 15th inst.
We drive the rebels off one day, but they
return the next.
The rebels have a large tube of infantry
cavalry and artillery.?'
THE .EXPEDMDZ: LIP THE BED RIVEH.
Sr. Louts, Mach 17.—Advices froni, Vicks
burg to the Bth instant say t4t-4wenty
steamers are, at the ' wharf taking on' troops
for an expedition which'it is presumed will
unite with General Banks' command and go
up the Red ricer.
It is reported that General W. 'Smith
will ha” command of the expedition.
It is said that General Kirby Smith is sell
in 4. his cotton, delivered in our lines, to
Britiehhattses and others, for sterling ex
LIEUTENANT GENERAL GRANT
lie Assumes' toinmand , of the Armies 'of th
leis Readquarters with the Army o
Lieutenant General Grant formally assumed
the command of the Armies :♦of' the United
States fo-dnY. The follOwitig is his Ord,r on
the subject: ' • - • -
RELDQUAZTEILS 01 , THE zumiza OF Tam
lizarEn STems, NAJ3IMIXE, Tenn., March 17,
1864..—General Orders No. 12.—1 n pursuanco
of the following order of the President:
WASITINGTOIC, D. C., - March 10, 1864.
Under the authority, of the,act of Congress
reviving the grade of Lieritenant General in
the-United States army, approved February
29th, 1864, Lientenant General Ulysses S.
Giant, U. S. A.; is appointed to the command
of the Armies of theNnited,States.
-40311411 M LINCOLN.
I assume command of the armies of the
United Statep. My headquarters;will be in
the fteld, and, until further orders, will be with
the Army of the Pottimac.
.There will be an office headquarters in
Washun ton, D. to which all 'official com
munications Will be sent, except:those from
the army here. HeadqUarteis are at the date
;of their address. U. S. GRAVT,
Lieutenant General of the U. S. A.
General -Grant leavesfor Washington on
Saturday, an d repairs immediately to the
front: Hbisteff are compoSed of officers for
merly iith•liira in the, Mississippi. Among
them are - Brigadier General Rawlings chief of
staff; Lieut. Col. Roweis i ;,Captain Leet;
CaPta t B. S. Parker, Assistant Adj't Gen. ;
Captain. H. W. Jones, A..Q. M. ; Capt. Halear.
Lient. Col. Duff, late chief of artillery, goes
'as senior aid-de;camp.
General Sherman is dne here to-night, and
will immediately - restthie command of the
Military inyistor General , Dodge, is in the
Destruction of a Railroad Train
Specials, to-the fair:nal Boor that ,the guerril
las attacked a freight train from.Nashyille to
Estelle Springs, last night, after displacing a
rail by which the train wtts 'thrown from the
track. Tile cars were' burned. •
• Capt. Beardeley,• of the 123d1Tew York, and
seven men, arrived at Decherd, Tenn., on a
hand 'car, haling been paroled after being
stripped of -Clothing, money, wa t c h es an d
Jewell*. The rebels killed three negroes on
were killed. Nj theArain. Two of
the other losses.
Sioux In*~iane Laying Down th'efr Arms.
WAsnterorow:l4..ph . lB:
A letter received at the „Whin,. office from
st. Leni,s.seye Gan. ..snl4,whii.lithere, eta . tea
that a large number of the Mep, pompriemg :
tw , o , h l /14.4red 8 44lAWY-Ackdile.fticAM.2. l OPMQ into
Fait - Pierre lolitY dalrn their arms.
Appropriations for the Post Office Depart
rae?,amount appropriated in the law for
se.rviee in the Post Office Department for the
year ending with June 1865, is for inland ssr;
.vice, nearly : eight million. dollars. For foreign
mail transportation, twenty-five hundred. thou
'amid dollars. For ship, steamboat and way
letters, eight thousand dollars.
WessrmoxoN, March 18.—Chief Justice Rog
er B. Taney hopes soon to resume his duties
on the bench of the Supreme Court.
The Executive committee of the Knoxville
'Green*/Ile Cdirvelition of 1861 met here to
day, end adopted-measures to re,assemble the
convention ion 12th of ARril. The move
ment_ lOPßlgtortseptirate State:oiginization
for East Tennessee.
There has been some further but slight
skirmishing at tile front.
On the 17th of Ifarch, by Rev. 11. Licsmen, Mr. Dlzcasst.
Aptsiuitte to , bliss EyteAtit cart, both. of Pennvlvanixt. *
17th • st.' WATaiyw - Ert Sen. aged
Oa Thursday; In . . 2t*
Funeral will Lake place from the residence of his son,
John Wallower, .Jr, North Third street, at 10 o'clock,
on Sunday, 20th, and proceed to Fox's Grace .Yard
The friondsof the family are respectfully invited toattend
without further's:A : ice.
In this city, on Friday moming : 18th inst., Rev. THOMAS
CARE, late one of the Professors of Williamsport Acad
emy. • 2t*
The funeral will take place from the residence of his
father, John•pare, in South Marton street, on Sunday at.
ternoon, at 3 o'clock. .
"VOIIITD--Near the Penna. R. R. Depot, a
.12 POCKET BOOK, containing a Soldier's furlough and
• small sum of money. The owner can have It by ap•
plying to the
Nm;lEin=, yaroh 17
loalmmw4r. Mara 17
WnsEimzGTos, March 18
Affs,fra iii East Tennesseii
KNOXVILLE, MAltell 16
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPASY.
Soldiers , Portfolios.
A . LARGE assortment at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
marlB Sold at Wholesale or retail at low prices.
Attention, Peidiee t
CLOAKS! CLOAKS ! !
OIRCIJLARS! CIRCULARS V!
1510 R spartiG, (cheaper than any other.
store,) jest received at Jones'. A very large ea
sortment cheap for cash. [mail cllt9 J. JONOL
Cloibbg, Camp and llarrinin Equippage.
Tac following list of Clothing, Camp and nson Equippage win bo sold at Public Auction, oa
Wednesday, "'larch 30th, 1884, at 10 o'cicsk, A.. M., fit the
Depot of Clothing and, Equippage, at Camp Curtin, near
Irarrisburg, Pa., viz:
227 Painted Ponchos.
84 Woolen Blanket
34 Camp Kettles.
T 2 Shovels.
261 Hospital Bunks. (wooden.)
222 Cowmen Tents..
35 Wall Tens.,.
23 Wall Tent Flies. ,
- 1 Sibley. Tent.
Payment require' in U. S. Treasury Notes.
HENRY C. ROGERS,
Captain and A. Q. lA., U S. VoL.
Harrisburg, l'a., March 18, 1864.
. . .
Hoop Skirts: .Hoop Skirts!
The Cheapest Hoop Skirts in Ilarrislitutg.
A splendid skirt for i 5 cts
A much better skirt for $l. •
Calicos; a line assortment for spring.
French ginghams, Manchester ginghams.
Bleached and unbleached muslin from New York Auc
1,000 yards plaid silks at $l, worth $1 50.
200 yards plain. brown silk at $1 37, worth $1 75.
.200 yards black Silk at. $l.
Black silk stall prices.
Avery large assortment of new dress goods.
000 dosesof stockings and socks all prices.
The best stockings in the city at 26 cents.
Cassimeres for men and boys' wear.
Cloaks for spring.
Wishing to reduce bur stock, which is very large now
we will offer groat inducements to buyers. •S. LEWY.
SUBURBAN . RESIDENCE
/MR' undersigned' offers, at private sale,
_Ltl.atit greet advantage twcapitallsts, •
THREE ACRES OF LAND,
situate on the Hummelstown turnpike, within the city
limits, whereon is erected a
T*Q-STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
Barn, and other out-housas.
Sir For farther particulars enquire of
TAMES B. TIEIO3IPSON,
marlO-dtf Fifth street, between Walndt and Markel;
JOSHUA M. WIESTLING,
ATTORNEY - AT - _LAW,
UFFION IN WALNUT BMEST
OSPOSITIA-VER STATE OAPIT'AL HOTEL
ALL business pertaining to the profession
. will receive his prompt and careful' attention.
niErsFirSt, -National Bank of Harrisburg,
J, Pa., Capital $lOO,OOO, willk the privilege of incress.
lug it to $ 300 ,9 00 .
The State Capital Bank having organized under the act
to provide 'a National currency, under the above title,
respectfully offers its services for the collection of Not es
Drafts, Bills of Exchange, receive money on deposit, and
buy and sell exchange on all parts of the country.
The business will be conducted at the corner of Second
and Walnut streets, hy the following named`directors and
JOHN IL 10041;
Sniox PAXIMOICi -
J. D: o.exeitox.
JOHN. H. BRIGGS, Pres'L
GEO. H. SHAIJ.,,
Meitimses ! Spring-Beds ! ! Comforts r
101141-ar. 'GMAT' nAra TOP MATTRASSES.
Palm Leaf Cotton Top Buttresses.
Corn Husk idattnilsom
Patent Spring, Slat Beds.
• Feather Pillows and Bolsters.
Cotton. Comforts and Spreads.
Ladles' - Willow Work Stands.
Carpet Camp Stosl.S.
Door Rugs, Carpet Hassacks.
. • Iron Bedsteads, latest pattern, &e., &c.
v. 8.---Sofas, Lounges, Cushionse Chairs and Mattress
repaired. - Heir and Spring Mattrasses made to order No
109 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.
mar2-d3m J. T. BARNITg.
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.liy, the re
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THE SILVER SHIP,
Away she sailed—the Silver Ship
The bloodhound at her Rrpw—
Andhigh above the howling blast
Was heard the pirate's vow !'
His vow that from his bosom's core
Should flow life's crimson tide
Ere Eny Leol, his rival brave,
Should call sweet Yola bride !
Another-- --New -Story!
THE - NEW - tdRK WIEICLI,
(THE BET STORY AND SKETCH PAPER PITRLISHED.
THE NEW YORK WEEKLY has succeeded,
at great expense, in securing the services of
one of the greatest of living romance writers,
wilo forreCtiOns of histown, Oilomies to -write
for ifiem not under his proper name, but
under the non de plume of
The fame of this gentleman is world-wide,
and it is safe to say that there is hardly a
reader of romance on this continent who has
not, at one time or another, been charmed by
his genius. As a writer of romance, it is not
too much to say, that he stands without a su
perior on either side of the Atlantic.
Louis Leon's first contribution to the col
umns of the NEW YORK WEEKLY is in
disputably the finest of all his productions.
lie himself in a letter to us says: "It is in
finitely superior to-anything which I have
ever written." this splendid romance is en
titled • •
The Bloodhound of the Carribbean.
A SPAMM-MI7:MIOAN STORY
The tale is historical, and the main inci
dents are true. The principal characters are
CALLockrums, the famous pirate, commonly
called by the Spanish-Americans of his times,
,befo,re the proper name was known, El Sa
bust; del Mar Clailbe, or the
the Carribbean—a fiat; that arose. from his
terribly mysteriqus way Of learning about the
movements of treasure-ships, and tracking
them, a secret which is clearly explained for
the first time in these pages. Bur LEOL, the
hammock maker of lola Grande, who also
lives and moves , in a singular mystery.—
Commßums, of:Its:leo, the proprietor of
the great silver mine of Regle.
thepriest of lola Grande. Osprent RODI3OIO,
the commander of the galleon Ertcantadera,
the Silver Ship. Snron liam.s, a person of
wealth and luxurious tastes, who lives retired
4at a 'beautiful villa on. lola Grande, and to
whom an extraordinary - mystery attaches.—
Yoza, a young girl of marvellous graces and
loveliness, under cha-ge of Padre Lasso, and
reputed among the inhabitants of lola Grande
to be his neice---a glorious type of the Span
ish-Ailerican woman, a being of sunshine and
flowers, over whose life, it the moment of her
introduction, rests a painful mystery, in
which is threatened an appalling doom ! lorxr
Lion, the foster sister of Don ROT. The
Coturrusa OP Dm:ma. Yola is a glorious crea
.htgenions young creature, in
whom the lady readers will be specially inter
We confldentlylook for an immense increase
in circulation on this story, and 'news dealers
would do well to send in their orders in time.
Besides the above great story, this favorite
family journal will contain two other continued
stories of great merit, as well as from EIGHT
to. TWEL'irk'class sketches of different
varieties, brrge number of Fogais,, and a
variety of depariinente of useful and enter
taining character, including "Pleasant Para
graphs," " Mirthful Morsels," " Knowledge
Box," " Items of Interest," etc., etc., the
whole going to form a family newspaper
which, as is freely admitted by all who take
it, has not its equal either in this country or
the old. Price, five cents for a single copy,
$2 00,per year, and liberal terms offered to
getters up of club&
No. 11 Frankford street, New York City
J. R. Ray,
G2O. F. Htnanu,
Me-Specimen copies sent free
To Those Haring Claims Against the Late Finn of Comity
Hutchison, of the. United States Hotel,. •
rasurviving partner of the late firma
erly & Hutchison, D. H. Hutchison, haring pur
chased the entire interest of the late Wells Coveiiv, in ste
Dotted States Hotel, is now prepared to settle all claim'
against, and collect all debts due the firm. Persona
having clitimsWill.therefore presatt them for payment,
and those in debt to the late. firm,. will please- settle as
early as possible.
Harrisburg, March 11; 1884.11 w
117 be sold at PAblic Stilet, at the Gov . -
- , e i nmen t Bakoxy, corner or FOurth and Chestnut
'Are*, in this city. a huge Jot.; or Mama Bread and
aboot spo_lbs. of aombiy... t saw, 0 commence at 10
o'clock on Saturday next. Ihrmii___Slash, .1n IT. S. Trea
sury Votes; a E. BO N, Capt. and C. S
Essiaxcss & ARAKS, Auction :13e'aL inarVit-dV,
A TWO-STORY BRIM DWELLING. in
good repair, with two good building lots, situated on
second street, below Mulberry. For particulars inquire
at-No. 8 Market Square. Im18) . 13Q1rEM.& MOERPER.
Barre.lp of !sweet
.auatt Pura GlDgh just received at
' owitt , Dolma a maw=
IVIESEMA QRAZT6EB.--.EL iubsar but su
perior invoice of Messina Oranminet received at
, liciptp &AMMER;
rintA GeorCodfup,j o br
j t ,l t y wurtzlid. nlign4911011"
NOW READY IN
THE SILVER SHIP:
`3;Y LOUIS LEON.
STREET & SMITH,
Editors and Proprietors,
D. H.. Hirremsos.
Ptpprietot 11. a Hetel.
Auction - Sate.
“Briek Dwelling For Sa le.
A ig ASSISTANT COOK, at itdbert. Z.-
taurant, under the Burke 13ocau. c , rricr - N
and Walnut.streets. Must give geed rcferme,
A CHILD'S NURSE WANTED.-Ap p , „
marl7-3t* Mrs. T. J. JORDAN, Wiln-fA.
WANTED DeIIIEDIATELT—A \IAN
can serve in the cspacity - of CUTTER anal
MAN. Must be a first-class Cutter. liaqu:re
SAYFORD, No. a Market street. mar2s-Ilw
NEW ADVERTISE MEIN
Orphans' Court Sale.
101111.711SUAINT to an order of the Orp1. 1 „,
Court of Berks county, will be sold at Pub..:
due, on Saturday the 9th day of April, A.- D. 1864, 3:
public house of Israel Ritter, (Schmucker Houses
city of of Reading, in said Berks county, to wit;
Purpan 2.—A certain Tippet or Piece of Lan:
lots,) situate in the city of Reading aforesaid, ad,. ;
land or Dr. Jacob Marshall, land late the estate
Hepler, deceased, Brunson's lane and. =letter -
taining 10 acres, more or less
Purport No. 3.--icertain two-story House .1111 ;
Ground'on the east side of South Third
Franklin and Chestnut, in the sail city rv," . -
bounded on the north by lot late of Charles
doceased, east by Carpenter alley, sown by lot
petty of Daniel Young, and west by said Tiara ,te
taining in front on said Third street 20 feet and la
Purport No. 4.—A certain two-story itou-e. IL. -
Ground, on the cast side of North sixth •„
Penn and Washington, in the said city of
ed on the North by property of George Smith, ea,;
perty late of Rev..larob Sutter, deceased,
potty late of the estate of Samuel Baird, du,
west by said Sixth street, containing in fr ,, nt
Sixth street about 17 feet and in depth 90 fe•-•i.
Purpart N. b.—The undivided one-third par.
certain M&zauage tenement Furnace, Grist Mill. S
and tract of land situate in Richmond town-!; '
county of Becks aforesaid, known as "The :11•
pace property," adjoining lands of Solomon H
Samuel Lesher, Jacob Heffner, and others, cont..n
acres and 22 perches, together with the cud'
third part of S acres and 71 perches of land.
said Moselern Property,) adjoining Jacob Mem.
Becker and others
Purport No. 6.—The undivided one-third pai
lain piece of land, situated in Richmond toe - tiE_Lp
said, adjoining lands of Casper Merkel and Job - :
containing 3 acres, known as the ‘'.lltxel , rm 11:r, ,
Purport No. T.—The undivided moiety or half par.
certain Brick Grist Mill, Saw Mill and lot or p:eae . -
situate in the village of Leesport, in the towneh.p
telannee, in said Berks county, adjoining rand
Cyrus J. Hunter, land of the Leesport Iron Compat.;-
publicroad and the Schuylkill Navigation Compaay.
mining 1M acres, more or less.
Purport No. 3.—The undivided moiety or half par
tract or piece of Wood or Sprout Ladd, situate is
township of Richmond aforesaid, adjoining lands
late of Jacob Keichner, t , hollenberger,
Biehl, George Brown, G. W. Kemp, Jacob
Henry Schlegel, containing 59 acres and 84 perche
Late the property of Frederick S. Hunter, de , 'ti
Sale to commence ab 1 o'clock, in :he afternoon.
due attendance will be given. and the terms of _s:! •
known, by WILLIAM K. CLYMER.
By order of the Court—Sotoxos CLost, Clerk .
Grande Vocal and Instrumental (on,
will be given at the
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 2-
Benefit of the Y. M. C. 35w,11,
Mrs. MEG and Rim B.A.RNITZ
C. F., SAXTON
Prof. A. ASCHE
W. F. WEBER
Mrs. MORAN, Messrs BECK and HAAS
L Duett for two Pianos.
Trio, Believe me
BARLVITZ, Messrs. SAXTON cc 7. ,
3. Duett. Piano and Violin. Traciata.. -.- •
Messrs WEBERland F •
Duett...z , Agatba
Mrs. SIEG and Mr. SAXT.:.
• ' 10. The Old Sexton
J. J. EIFT=.L.F2
• riddiut. Columbia, The Gem of the Ocean.
7. Solo. Gaily Through Life ,
9. Chorus. Mamiello
9. Solo. Piano. Luclo de Lamennorr
10. Duett. Ur di Felice Etera
12 Solo. Star of Love
13. Solo and Quarkett. 0, Gently Bry,:the.J.
14. Trio. Piano, Violio and Cello yd
Ikons ASCHR, WEBER and a
15. Duett. Larboard Watch
Messrs HEISLER -
I& chorus. When the Summer Rain i= firer. t , •
Tobehad at the Book and Mask , Store., an. 4
bens of the Y. M. C. A.
The two Pianos used ate from the mann favt,ry
Albrecht, Riockes k Schmidt. and are kindi •.:
-W. 'Knoche, who is sole agent for these
Doors open at of 7. Concert commenre n•
O'CIOCk. may I
81112128r1/G, March 17. 1-•:•
Y authority of the Common Col
B the city of Harrisburg, I hereby offer
ONE HUNDRED DOJTAWS to any person ;- -
may give me such Information as may lead to
henslon and conviction of the individual or - -
concerned in setting tire to property in this '-
night of the 20th of February last, and also or :re
ittg of the 10th inst.; or, as will lead to the at cr- -
and conviction of the individual or individual,
be proved to hero conspired to aet fire to the
this city, on the days aforesaid, or of any per, ''-
eons who shall have been accessories before or
fact in the cases aforesaid; and I further over
named reward for any information which may
lead to the apprehension and Conviction of an:: :tr:i
parties who shall be directly or. indirectly
setting fire to property within the limits of
who shall be concerned in conspiracies to set dr
property in this city, or who, in any caFe of inCeDC.: ,. :
shall be proved to have been parties, befon. or al!€ . :
fact. 3. I : ir3tuityoßl.
SHRUBBERY. White Frinv,e, Pr.rr
Fringe, Mahonia, Altheas,
at Keystone Nursery. fulariGi J. Y. 7,
A RARE CHANCE FOR BUSINESS
The undersigned being desirous to retire •
inconsequence of bad health, now offers at
his entire stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware & Quqil;' , ' , -.
which have all been carefully selected for fn^
prices to favor the purchaser.
THE STORE ROOM, WAREHOUSE I\D tEill -1
can be leased for a terns of years. The lecst.:::
one, anclas' the undersigned bas been en;age , ,
business for over thirty years, ba socceeles
up a fine and regular trade, which would nu
sirable for any person wishingto engage in
For further particulars call on the subsctl.. —
F. M. L 4.1
RIXIIIIITLIG °STICK, r. s. Isr+L:7 H-17.
Friattention of Soldiers who have
ffonorabis, discharged the United Star , s`
account of di- Sty contracted while in the :,;:e
and who may wish to enlist in the levahl
spectfully called to the following letter front I: . *
Marshal General's Office, from which it appear .
may receive the bounty offered by the ward :
town, to which they may wish to be cred:Te,:
Provos? Idassaat GraiLil. 7.3 L'.'"' .
Britrac or brtuie Ccrs
WASBDIGTON, FebruarY 1 ' 64 .
The Provost Marshal General directs
men enlisted for the First Battalion Comrw-r , :''''.
valid Corps, in accordance 'with the provision
Orders, Mos. 105 end 212. Adjahint Generari•
and the instructions of the Provost Marshal
Circulars Nos. 14 and 106, of 11661, Proymt
mars Office,) will tie credited the quota to be
under the draft, of the ward, borough, tout'.
Slate from which they enlist M. N. WISE “ e
Chloner find dissistao, t o n o p rovoo t m a rsh : Li Gen
charge of insidid Cortiii Bureau. •
For the partAcaless relative - to enlistment in
apply at the Recruiting Office, Invalid Corps, ' 2
Sireq.illieir Pine meet" Harrisburg, Pa
; Ist [Sent B. S. I.
giatiliGßs ! ORANGES! Just recel
.65 Qlp.GO, is prime order end f
OW, bi (febil] PAC/4 JILI
1 • i
maim. HAAS in kNoeli
Mr. El , ,