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la 4 Ettelvao,
FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH IS, 1854..
NOTICE',TO ADVERTISERS.—AII Adver
tisements, Easiness Notices, Marriages,
Deaths, &c., to secure insertion in the
TELEGRAPH, must invariably be accom
panied with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regular
Evening Edition a r e inserted in the Morn
ing Edition without extra charge.
A CIGAR Saow CASE, for gale cheap, at C
A. Bannvart & Co.'s drug store. marlB-3t
TASE NoricE.—Committees and persons
who have in charge the filling of quotas for
sub-districts can obtain the most -reliable as
sistance, at moderate rates, at the -law office
of EUGENE SNYDER;
Near the Provost MarshaVs Office,
marl 7-2 w Haitisburg;
Rum - ma's Bronchial Troches for hoarse
ness and throat diseases, for sale at Dr. Riles'
Drug store, corner Third and North streets, and
Dr. Wm. H, Egle's Drug store, Ridge Avenue.
TB celebrated , ' Crystal spectacles properly
adjusted to, the eye ;. microscopes fron4.oo to
700 diameter ; tower telescopes, field glasses,
defining.= object from one to tcniniks, and
all kindS of optical; mathematical and plailo
sophilol instruments at Rosendale's- Optical
Institute, 8 Market Square: Artificial ; eyes
inserted. Send for a circular ! ' ' janBcltf
'OWN AND COUNTRY:
A i"..A.LIIABLE PONY, suitable:for - child
ren to ride or drive. will be sold it tli Mar
ket house, to-morrow (Satufday) : mohmg, by
G. W. BARR, .A.Uctioneer.
C OUNTIIM-HOUSE DESK AT AUCTION: —A
good walnut counter desk, With two chnivers,
will be sold nt the market, to-morrow morn
ing, by - BARR. '
Tia hat and cap store of the latea'...J. Bur,
nett will be sold, at auction to-morrow eveni4,;
at 7 o'clock.
THE ELECTION RETCHNS.- - We trust 'tkat our
friends; will send us the retiqns of to 7 iday's
election, f,€ early as possible, this evening.
THERE will be public sale.of bread biscuit,
hominy, &c., at the GovenaMent: ; bittary in
this city, at ten o'clock to-morroin
Iv any of the voters in this - city ;mark , not
been at the polls to-day,'they shonld - gb at
once, and vote the whole Union ticket._
WE are Again enjoying. pleasant \leather.
But look out, for a storm. On Monday next
(to use an old expression) "the sun will cross
FURNITURE AT AUCTION. —Danisi neayr w i l l
sell to-morrow morning, between the maikets,
a lot of good furniture, in first-rate condition,
embracing cane-seated chairs, reeking Chair,
marble-top walnut wash-stand, lounge, hair
cloth chairs, parlor tables, &c.
Naw Musrc.—"Remember This, 1 4 tove
Thee Still," is the title of it new ••song set to
music by Mr. Frank Sheaffer, leader of San
ford's Orchestra. This is a splendid piece of
music, that will meet , a ready sale. ,
, There is
a great demand for it. Get a cop . latitrofiehe's
T Mayor has issued a proclamOlon offer
ing a reward of one hundred'aolliirSior ,Ep.ch
information as willlead to the .arrest and-con
viction of the person or persons Who set fire
to the buildings recently destroyed, or those
who may hereafter assist or conspire to !set
fire to any property in this city.. Read the . ;
proclamation, in our alertising columns.'
THE ADJVT.6.I:T OF RECIWITTNO S:E.F.TI9F., Of
this Division, Lieut. F. W. Liedtke of the
Invalid Corps, is winning golden opinions of
the officers detailed to recruit for their com
mands in this State. Lieut. Liedtke is one
of the most faithful men in the army, distin
guished as well for the ability with .which he
discharges. his duty as for the urb'anity with
which he treats all having businkss with hull.
SAKI O ORD'S OPERA Housa.—Great honkei are
the reward of industry. Sanford and his
Troupe are now in the full tide of success.
The entertainments are relished by thepa
trona with delight. Sanford appears each
evening throughout the whole performance.
The Four Lovers is the afterpieee thißiVen-
Mg, together with the Eutaw Indians, who
are in themselves an attraction.' 'Go _early, to
TIM SILVER Surp."—The attention dour
readers is called to the advertisement of that
great story and sketch paper, The k7eto York.
Weekly, announcing .a new roinance bearing
the above singular and attractive title. The
story is from the pen of an author extensively
known, but wb,o chooses on the present oc
casion to write under the non de pturne of
Louis Leon. We are assured that the romance
in question is one of the most powerfilicind
exciting ever given to the world, and thiitl is
especially interesting to lady readers. The
New York Weekly has the reputation of being
an excellent family journal.
GRAND SHAESPEApEAN NIPEq• --This-m.411)e
the fiftieth night of Rouses Star: OoMbinatfion
Troupe, at Brant's Hall. The season has been
one of unprecedented , and unvarying_Artcosss.
On this occasion will be presented
speare's sublime tragedy, in five apt,s,,entilled
Othello, the lfoor of Venice, with the :follow
ing splendid cast of characters: Othellaplr.
J\yir. Jennings; Ingo, Mr. F. I.l.,.:ltent;'Ro
dlo, Mr. W. A. Reuse; Cassio . :
Ciro en; Brabantio, Mr J. Dunn;-114intam),
Ware; Duke, Mrs C. P.' T17111.504o
• 'rico, Nr. W. H. Hardie; Grationo,MrWAL
Murra7 \ 4larco, Mr. G. L. 'aright; Pa4O, fir.
R' Smytliv Desdeinoria, Miss `JosephicLay
ion; Amella,Miss A.' Wilford. The whole Tto
conclude witi.. \ tbe roaring farce, entiaea ,S(r;•
-Youm Moi, or 21.. Diabdica/ Hat.
WE learn that several deaths from scarlet
fever have occurred in our city within the
past week. , The victims were children. One
family lost two
SmarroArasm. —Samuel H. Paist, the Blind
Test Medium,. at the request of many friends, -
has been induced to resume his seances, com
mencing to-day, Friday 18th, and continu
ing on Saturday. Hours from 9A. in. to 12 in.,
and 2to 5 P.- at. in Exchange hall. mI72V
SIXTH WARD abuNcrosvzi.—Dr. Win. H.
Egle has accepted the nomination of the citi
zens of the Sixth turd for Councilman. The
Dr. will make 'a faithful Councilman, and we ..
hope to see , him elected. Let every citizen of.
the Sixth ward go tO the polls, and cast their
vote for Dr. - Egle. •
DEATH OF MEMBERS OF THE 76TH PENNA.-
RVIIMEIN'T, AT DICHNFOND.-.A. letter from Rich
mond announces the death of the following
members of the 76th' Regiment, Penna. Vols. :
J. Miller, Co D; Hefner, Co. I; P. Hunt,
Charles Deal and James Decker, Co. H; •
Rigby, Co. ELSergt. Snodgrass, Co. B. They
all died in Hospital 22, at Richmond. This
notice is pul&hed for the information of their
friends. • •
YORK COUNTY. —On Friday night last, the
tannery of Mr. Michael Smyser, in York bor-:
ough, was fired, and the bark mill, bark houde, ,
filled with 'bark, and a barn and stable, con
taining a horse, two cows and a quantity of
grain, were destroyed. On the same night,
the dwelling house, of Mr. David Aentzel, in
Dover township, abon five miles nUthwest
from York borough, was consumed by fire,
,t9kether idthiniticigi its ci#Ofilfa4 'among
which - ' " 6 11 "
was $3O in gold:
NOTICE TO RECRUITING OFFICERS AND TO ALL
PERSONS PRESENTING REcnorrs.—S. S. Child
is now ready to make out the necessaay papers
for the collection of premiums for presenting
recruits, and_ still continues to make out
Dora' recruiting 'accounts, - pay rolls and all
kinds of writings connected with the military
departments. Haling had much experience
.krjiings,.hel."ls7f4llst capable to
transact any kind of business connected with
the various departments. Office 'iii Deus
TELEGRAPH Building, Third street, Harris
SELLING A HIISBAN - D. —Says a Carlisle paper:.
"A Germau_ namediQuuch; who for a number
of years, resided in this place, but is now at
tached to a cavalry regiment at ChamberS 2
burg, was arrested a few days since, by ! Sheriff
Ilippey, and brought- to .Carliale, charged with
haying more-wises than the laW allOws. It
seems Gouch became tired , of his lawful wife'
and wooedand Won-the affections of a:damsUl.
at Clunnbersbure and waddedlier, whereupon
wife No I brought Wit Wit- for , bigamyagainst
liiiii.7.)fin:dierli - Oating a:the:age,: aciiCh offer
ed $5O to his indigrithit -Sponge . for liis free
doin, which she accepted, and he went, re
joicing, to rejoin his new wife.
._FRIGHTFUL . SfrEpra.CLE FOH THE OBSEare;
TICSN ' OF THE ' gblio7j ,2ll OF' ONE OF OUR PUBLIc
Scnoor.s.—lt occasionally becomes our duty,
in these columns, to call attention to matters
of fact and-subjects involving the welfare of
Aiffierent . localitics in the community, and in
'dohig.soc:perhapswer 46,iindlwhat some may
'deem of taste, intireit or frinehise.
To such as these, we can only offer as an ex
planation, that we never direct the attention
of the authorities to a violation of the law, in
the maintenance of a nuisance or the disturb
ance of.ffie peage, ;without huirtg - appealed to
by citizens aggrieved by such derelictions.
With this explanation, we proceed to call
attention to a most grave if not appalling fact_
wkich has only recently been brottght to our
notice. In the rear of of the School house on
•State.between &bond atid:TiiirA Street's, are
itabaHid.SOme of the lowest brothels in the
country, the' daily resort bf dinnien men and
women; whose pollutions and profanity are
within sight and hearing of the young girls
who attend the school on State". Street. Now,
we candidly ask the school directors of the
ward in which this sohool is located, whether
this is not a case for their most serious bonsid
. oration —we: ask the_pollce; . Whether, Tor . the
":deden.bysit.the these nuisances shoind• not
be abate'd antl: abbliihed--fe.askjhe parents
of the children who attendthis school whether
they will submit to this outrage? Would it
be any trouble to drive the bawds from these
locality—into the river, if necessary—so that
the tender -Irinride'Of 'the rising generation
may be saved from the fell influence of an evil
example, and the holiest/ffection of fathers
andmothers protected from.destnmtion. isthis
:question worth-svitatine*.elhozi!pito4 girls
of 'Etatilig wiirfhir.4 being protected from
au evil example? We submit these questions
to the authorities end ; the scbool directors,
AN OBLIGING R4LBGAB OFTICEJL —Having
hail occasion :til i • - vistt - VarrisPl4, a, few days
siride,'We 'We're'kotilittliKeliagrined when we
attempted.te.buy a'returiatipkat at that office
in that glade: , We'offeredrthe verypolite ticket
agent a two dollar bill in payment of a ticket,
whekhe veryjrytignautly:,threw it back to us
with the remark; "I - Can't be changing all the
time, you must make the change:" We were
therefore compelled to go in the city and hunt
small change among strangers. The postal
currency is se. abundant that it would be a
very easy matter for, such, officials to have a
supply on hand for the accommodation of the
traveling -publik.birVio'ing people' can't help,
when placed in certain positions, "getting
;too big for their'breeches." We would advise
all persons visiting Harrisbusg to provide
themselves with small change before applying
for return tickets in that city—especially if
the cars are about-aeaving and they do not
wish to be left behind.
- We clip the above from a Carlisle paper.
The reader can easily :discover which railroad
company's agents :are-alluded to. There are
persons in the world who grow very rapidly
when placed in any pU e blic position.
Oyu NEW SAISMAN:=It is customary for ris
to announce to the:pa:Ale any new arrival of
goo d g oods, but the especial p.urpose of this
notice is to infortetle acquaintances of Harry
Armen, favorablyz : Alitown in the dry goods
business in conmxtion With Eli. Moore, of
Dillsbnrg, York munty, that he is now loca
ted with' C. L. wman, No. 1, corner of
Front and Mar * streets, Harrisburg, and
would be pleased to see them when they visit
For the Telegraph.
Our Com.rrion. 5ch0015.....N0. 6.
It is exceedingly to be regretted that the
administration of the common school affairs
of our city has become mixed up with polit
ical issues. What imaginable connection is
there, bet Ween them? If the e ducation of our
children were not altogether too serious a
matter to be trifled with, it would be rather
amusing to .look at the process by which our
community manufactures its school directors.
In their nominations for candidates for other
offices, there is usually at least some regard
paid to the adaptedness of the man for the
post he is intended to fill. But it is notori
ous that the chief qualification now regarded
M a candidate for school director, is his polit
ical availability, the strength he may be ex
pected to add to a party ticket. If he be a
clever fellow, and would be likely to help run
the machine, put him in; he'll help the ticket.
And if he happens to have deserved well of
the - party, give him a - little office. There is
no, salary, to be sure; - but there are jabs to be
given out, houses to be iK;c:; let him
have a chance.
Is it any wonder that the admirable common
school law fails of a fair and effective admin
istration under such circumstances? With
some show of reason are objections here made
and prejudices deepened. against, the whole
common school system. And this is especially
mortifying right here in the capital of the
State, where the system should ba ?Unstated
in alll its features, and where the public should
take-an honest pride in having the most care
fully ,graded ,and well apfoinfed schools in
Certainly there should be a reform in this
matter: The' whole business 'of selecting
school' directors should bg , taken out of the
hands of the politicians. The solid people of
the city should look about them and select
such of the citizens to serve them in this
capacity who really believe in common schools
and have some idea of what they should be,
and MaY he made to be; who will faithfully
exercise the law finder wbiph they have their ;
appointment;who will consider them at present
goon enough to send their own children to them,
and will try to utak:.o thou better• Are there
no such men in our city? What difference
does it make to what political party they may
happen to belong? Why not secure the ser,-:
vices of those really , qualified for the work to
be done, irrespective of all such considera
Now, it is to my mind perfectly clear, that
the real issues that should be discussed, in
connection with the election of the Board of
Controllers, three from each of the said wards
of our city, (as the law provides shall be done,
so soon as the school property shall have been
committed to their care;) ought to, be, the
liteiraiY and business qualifications of the
respective candidateS, and the views.they may
be known to entertain and represent in re
gio:d•to the ,Variorus topics and measures that
may, from time to time, be agitated in the
community, with reference to the proper ex
ecution of the laws and the steady improve
ment of the schools to be placed under their
care. • _
For instance,.at the present time, the test
should be, in choosing between candidates
intellectually and morally upon an equality,
whichof them is most decided in his deter
initiation to carry out the law in its letter end
spirit, with reference particularly to the grad
ing of the schools and the establishment of a
single school, of the highest grade, for 'each
of the sexes.. Upon the public street com
mon schools of • the'higher grades have been
pronounced a failure, a failure in New Eng
land, a failure in Philadelphia, &c.; and that
it is useless to talk of carrying out this grad
ed-system in our toraninnity. was asser
tions of this kind that, induced me to inquire,
- at the Schotil Department of our State, for
doctunentaryeVidenCe upon this subject; and,
through the kindness of the present S4perin
tendent, C. R. °churn, Esq., I_have been
furnished with some communications that
will suffice to convince any unprejudiced reader
that these higher conmon school have not
proved a failure anywhere, but are all the
more highly prized where they have been
longest and most thoroughly tried.
I offered them for pubfcation in the other
office, and I am Sorry that they have not been
placed before-the voters of all parties in ad
vance of the presentelection, for such issues
as these; in my opinion, are the test questions
that shotddhe ;voted' upon; and not the mere
good-fellpwship or partizan fidelity of the
.A_C - FIRTSTIALN TAR-ENT.
BANNYAIIT'S . BkONC4I4'IIIIOQtE,
For the cure of--Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, &c., are SpeciellY repommended to
mirdsters, singers and persons whose vocation
calls them to speak inpublic. Manufactured
only by C. A. 13aruavart- & C 0.,. Harrisburg,
Pa-, to whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist every where.
Read the,followirig testimonials from some
ot'our eminent elergyanini:
TTAmirtsause, Feb. Stia; 1864.
C. A. :Bainivear—Decir Sir:. I have used
Bro vn's Bronchial TrOches, Wistar's Lozenge's
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throat:troubles, and in comparison with them
all, can cheerfully -commend your own as a
most admirable specific for •,public speakers
and singera, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. • I have found them serving in
time of need, moat
Yours truly, ~ .- T :a..AOBINSON,
:Pastor; of 11. S:Presb*riari Church.
Oft-lagrec with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of B6E:divert's Bronchial Troches.
W. C. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Church.
Emmaus% Jan., 186 4 -
To C. A. Bmoiverer—Dear Sir: In the habit
of speaking very frequently, and in places
where the vocal organs are very much taxed,
I have found'the need of some gentle expecto
rant, and. that want has been supplied in your
I consider them very far superior to any
Lozenges that I have ever used, in removing
speedily that huskiness of th es e voice arising
from its too frequent use, and impairing the
effeetiireneis of -`the delivery of public ad
dresses. Yours, dko„
JNO. WALKER JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
To-C. A. Raiurvesm--Dear Sir: - Having used
your Bronchial Troches, I ana free to say they
are the best 'I have ever tried and take great
pleasure in recommending them to all persons
afflicted with sore throat or huskiness of
voice arising from public speaking or singing•
Yours, Sco:, a G. RAXESTRAW,
Pastor - of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
thlitiißtrAG, Fe b.e 29, 1804.
To, C. Q. BANtenr—Dear Sir : I have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarsenes,s and in strengthening the
muscles of the, throat. They impart clearness
to Ahe yoice, : and are certainly of great bene
fit to all public speakers. A. ,T. MEER
rCO.TUTSSI9NS - AND —l 3 — x -PEATEIiCE
. . , ..--. ,i-Or A s mum.
- bibbed for, the . "benefit, and, as a CAUTION 40
, YDElNG'ldMand'others, who suffer from Nervous rDe
bnity,Preniature Decay of Manhood, &c., supplying at
the same. time Tun Mknii or Szw-Cars,", By origio
bas at Thinielf aftet undergoing coninderiOl. Oa •
EByAleolosiiiica , pia , paid addressed effetope, 'sin i
copies may be had of the author.
NATBANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.
BedfOrd, Kings Co., N. Y.
Mrs: Ball's Remedies
I take this method of cheerfully thanking the public
for past favors, and still solicit their kind attention to my
medicines. To tell of all the wonderful cures I hare been
able to perform would be impossible. I would call the
attention of the ladies particularly to this valuable medi
cine. I think I can saibly say it is the very best offered
to them. It will regulate the whole system; can be
taken at auk time; no fear need be apprehended in re.
gars!to it. I have also a valuable Salve to kill proud
flesh, and another to draw and heal. This has healed
sores that have run 20 years. My Dysentery Props, In-
fant cordial and - Cough Drops have been well tried. I
need say nothing in. theirfavor. I have constantly on
hand those Medicines and Salvos. HALL,
mann \0.'21 South Pine street, 'Harrisburg, Pa.
. , Cold;
and similar troubles. jr suffered toprogress, result in se
rious. Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic affections,
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
are compounded so as to reach directly the seat of the dis
else uod give almost instant relief. feU22-d&wlm
Military Biasiness Attended To.
Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, Subsistence and Military
Aud Aar Clain; generally, made gut and collected. Per
sona residing' at a distance can haye their business trans
acted by mail, by addressing
EUGENE SNYDER, 4ttgrgoy-at-Law.
Third groat, ITarrisburg,
COLGATE'S HONEY. SOAP
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal de
mand, is made from the choicest materials, is mild
and emollient in its nature, fragrantly accosted,
and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin.
For sale lw all'DruggistsTaaney (foods Dealer -
1864 ROAt Eg, bG
As Spring clPP,roachat
A.N.23 and ROACHES
Pront their hoics come out;
And MICE and BATS,
In spite of CATS,
Gaily skip about
For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs,
Mosquitos, 111411 s in Bars, Woolens, etc.,
Ilisebt's on Plants, Fowls, Animals, etc.
"15 years established in N. Y. City."
POnly infallible reniedies known."
, 'Tree from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family.'
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
girSold byall Druggists everywhere
girl I I BEWARE 1 1 of all worthless imitations.
Jar" Costar's" Depot, No. 483 Broadway N. Y.
ItiirSold by D. W. GROSS & CO.,
•• • Wholesale and retail agents,
marl.6-4Lw611l Harrisburg, Pa
FOR SALE.—That valuable Hotel property
known as the PARKE HOUSE, situate 'on Market
street, near Third.
For terms inquire of JOHN S. DETWEILER,
Harrisburg, Pa. - • marl2-d2w
THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY, No. 7, in
this city, adjoining the Jones House premises,
fronting twenty-five feet six inches on Market Square
and extending back one hundred and fifty-seven and a
half feet to Rasyberry alley. Terms accommodating.
Harrisburg, .March 11,-1803. CHAS. C. HAWN.
rn arl2-d2w -.•
FOR SALE—A very handsome Two-horse
PEDLER WAGON—cheap for cash. Direct letter to
bOX No. 313, Harrisburg, Pa. marll-tf
GREATLY REDUCED. The subscriber
can furnish plants of. the LAWTON BLACK
BERRY, large, thrifty, bearing plants, at 75 cents per
dozen; $5 per 100;
• CURRANTS, White and Red, bearing plants, at 20 cts.
each; $1 75 pet dozen..
HOUGHTON'S SEEDLING GOOSEBERRY, bearing
plants, 20 cents each; $1 75 per dozen. J. MISH
KEYSTONE NURSERY, March 16, 1864.
"DEAR TREES—Dwarf and Standard. of
the best leading varieties, anti or superior growth,
&who furnished at fair prices atthe Keystone Nursery.
nuwl6 . _ J hfISH.
CARD - •
Te:: ; .finr - Friends and the Pnblit- Generally.
OR reasons satisfactory 'to :ourselves, we
have`4emoved the - agency of our PIANOS to the
MUSIC STORE of, SILAS WARD, Third street, which
will hereafter be our only agency for this city and vicinity.
Orders for tuning our instramentiviirroceive prompt at
tention fronaldr.'"Wann. 'SCHONAKER & CO.,
mar 9 Piano liftinufacturers, Philadelphia.
THE valuable property, co'rner of Second
and Pine street's, being fifty-two and a half feet on Se
cond and onehundred and sixty-eight feet on Pine street,
running back tyro hundred and'ten feet to Barbara alley,
there being space for four full building lots, and a most de
sirable site fora Governor's Mansion or public buildings.
For particulars enquire of Mrs. MURRAY, corner of Se.
Vend and Finest recta. mare-tf
Recamiting .41,5 en• cy.
FFICE in the rem. of Herr'a Hotel, Harris
burg, Pa. The LARGESTWCAL BOUNTIES paid
to recruits. COMMTITEES-from districts and sub-dis
tricts in the State Wet* promptly 'furnished with MEN
to_till QUOTAS, byapplying to
mar4-dlm D. J. HUMMEL & CO.
"TIM: WORKING PARKER,"
ALSTANDARD authority in. Agriculture
and Horticulture, says:
"Dr. E. Ware Sylvester produces a very superior Wine
from his Oporto Grape. We have sent out large numbers
of this vine as•premiume during the past year. '
Havicg been appointed agent by Dr. B. I can furnish
vines of theOporto at from 25 to 50 cts. each; $2 50 to
$5 per dozen; $l5, to $3O per 100. T. RISE.
KEYSTONE Nnassur -March 16,1864.
A FINE assortment of •
Silver Maple, Norway Maple,
Taller Ash, Rome Chestnut,
European Linden, Catalapa, '
Magnolia or Cucumber Tree, &c., &c.,
at KEYSTONE NURSERY.
4-Rarrisburg, March 18,1884.` " , •
• PUBLIC S
ALE OF A 'IIAT STORM.
TEE subscriber, will 80, at Public Auction,
to ttko highest bidder, the stock, good will and fix
tures of the Hat and. Cap Store of the late T. J. Bunaett,'de
ceased, in Jones' Row, No. 4, Market street, Harrisburg,
kith lease for one year from the first of April next.- Safe
to be on the premises on Saturday evening, March 26th,
at 7 o'clock. Possession given Immediately. Terms
made known at the sale. • SUSANNAH BURNETA
Harrisburg, March 17, 1861-41td Administratrik.
• PUBLIC MEETING.
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC GROUNDS.
THE CITIZENS OF HARRISBURG, friend
ly to CAPTAIN WM. E. SEES for Superintendent of
Public Grounds, are requested to meet
AT THE COURT HOUSE,
On Saturday Evening, at , half-past Seven O'clock,
for the purpose of giving expression to their preference.
We call upon all who.sympathize witha soldier, who has
lost his health in his country's cause, to rally in his be
Let us show whether our defenders shall be honored, or
cast aside as useless, when sick or crippled.
Friends of the soldier assemble!
marl7-dtd AUNT' CITI2ENS.
ONE of the best locations for IRON
WORKS in the State for sale, at a very reasonable
price, to any purchaser who'wlll improve it, situated with•
in a short distance of the city of Harrisburg, between the
Pennsylvania railroad and canal, about five hundred feet
wide, and alongside of the beat limestone quarries in the
State and_close to, a good turnpike road; also, room for
waste cinders for fifty years, without paying for the land
Apply to DAVID MUMIfA, Jr.,
'lo 2/ -on d stv
Attorhey-at-Law, No. 24 North second street,
marl6-thf Harrisburg Pa.
[Philadelphia Press insert three times and send bill to
this office.] •
NORWAY FIR,. SCOTCH FIR,
Balnm ti:Ner Fir,
_ English. Yew audEvergreen Shrubs,
' . Treeßur y liabonia Aquafolia,
Irish Yew' thc. .c.
at KEYSTONE NIIRSEItY.
GRAPE TINES of all kinds, principally
Concord ? Delaware, Diana, Muscadine Louisa,
bella,. %ler* Clint's); Crawling Taylor or par
&c.,.&e„ at ligystoin Nursery. -
FSAILE—A Counter, some Shelving
and a Window. Enquire at No 29 N rth Second
IS THE VITAL PRINCIPLE OF THE PINE TREE,
Obtained by a peculiar process in the dis
tillation of the tar, by which its highest med
ical properties are retained.
Have you a Cpugh Trove you Sore Throat ?
Have you any of the premonitory symptoms
of that most fatal clisease,, gottsumpticai?
Those who should be warned by these
symptoms generally think lightly of them
until it is toa late, .Frorn this fin perhaps
more than any other, arises the ski preys
/ence and fatality of disease which sweeps to
the grave at least 'one-sixth " of death's,
Consumption has destroyed more of the
family than any other disease, and the
best physicians for many years have despaired
of a cure,
or a remedy that would heal the
lungs, but for more than two hundred years
the whole medical world has been impressed
that there was a mysterious power and effi
ciency in the Pine Tree Tar to heal the lungs;
therefore they have recommended the use of
Tar Water, which in many cases had a good
effect; but how to combine tie medical pro
perties so as to teal the lungs, has eier been
a mystery until it vas discovered by Dr. L.
Q. C. WISHART, of Philadelphia, Pa., the
proprietor of "Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cor
Marty, not only of the people, but physi
cians of every school and practice, are daily
asking me, "What is the principle or cause of
your success in the treatment of .Pulmonary
Consumption ?" My answer isrthis:
The invigoration of the digestive organs—
the strengthening of the debilitated system—
the purification and enrichment of the blood,
must expel from the system the corruption
which scrofula breeds. While this is effected
by the powerful alterative (changing from
disease to health) properties of the Tar Cor
dial, its healing and renovating principle is
also acting -upon the irritated surfaces of the
lungs and throat, penetrating to each dis
eased part, relieving pain, subduing inflamma
tion, and restoring a healthful tendency. Let
this two-fold power, the, healing and the
strengthening, continue to act in conjunction
with Nature's constant recuperative tendency,
and the patient is saved, it he has not too
long delayed a resort to the means of cure.
I ask all to read.the following.certificates.
They are from men and women. ,of rmques
tionable worth and reputation: f.
Da. Wiesen—Dear SITT-4 had a very
dreadful cough and sore throat for one year,
and my whole system was fast giving way, and
I was prostrated on my bed with, but little
hope of recovering. My disease bellied the
power of all medicines, and in a short time I
must have gone to my grave, but thank God,
my daughter-in-law would not rest until she
went to your store, No. 10 N. Second street,
and related my case to you, purchased one
bottle of your Pine Tree Tar Cordial and I
commenced to use it, and in one week I was
much better, and after .using three bottles I
am perfectly well, and a wonder to' all my
friends, for they all pronounced' me past cure.
Publish my , ease if you think proper.
REBECCA RA mrTiTON,
No. 1321 Wylie street, Philadelphia.
Dr.. Wishart's Pine Tree" Tar 'Cordial is an
infalliable cure for Bronchitis, Bleeding of
the Lungs, -Sore-Throat and Breast, Indanuna
tion of the Lungs. • - • _
Mr. Wean says:
Da. WisHerr—Sir:—l had Bronchitis, In
flammation of the Lungs, Shortness of Breath,
and Palpitation of the Heart in theif worst
forms; 1 had been treated by several -of the
most eminent physicians in Pldhrdelphia, but
they could , not stop the rapid course of my
disease, and I had despaired of ever being 're
stored to health. I was truly on the verge of
the grave. 'You Pine Tree Tar Cordial was
highly recommended to me by a friend; I
tried it, and am tluenkful to say that, atter
using four large, and one small, bottles, I was
restored to perfect health. You can• give re
ference to my house, No. 968 N. Second street,
or at my office of Receiver of Taxed, from 9
A. Sr. to 2 P. tr., coiner of Chestnut dad Sixth
streets.. JOHN WARD.
Read the following from Utica: • f
Ds. Wissurr—Dear Sir:—l take pleasure
in informilig you through , this source that
your Pine Tree Tar Cordial, which was recom
mended for my daughter by Dr. J. A. Hall, of
this city, has cured her of a cough of more
than five months' standing. I had thought
her beyond Cure, and had employed the best
of medical aid without any benefit. I can
cheerfully recommend it to the public as - i safe
and sure remedy for those similarly afflicted,
as I know of many other cases besides that of
my daughter that it has entirely cured of leng
standing coughs. Yours respectfully,
JOE IX V. PARKER, Daguerrean Artist
126, Genessee street, Utica, _Nj Y.
* • * c=l have used Dr. Wishart's
Pine Tree Tar Cordial in my family,and can
cordially recommend it - as.ra valuable and, safe
medicine for colds, coughs and to those -pre
disposed to consumption,
Dr. G. A. FOSTER, 160 Genessee street,
Utica, New York.
The above are a few among the thousands
which tbis great remedy has saved from an
untimely grave. -
We have thousands of letters from physi
cians and druggists who have prescribed and
sold the Tar Cordial, saying that they nave
never used or sold a medicine which gave
The Tar Cordial, when taken in connection
with Dr. Wishart's Dyspepsia Pills, is an in
fallible cure for Dyspepsia. -
The Pam Taxa TAB Cormra., will cure
Coughs, Sore Throat and Breast, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Diptheria, and is
also an excellent remedy for diseases of the
kidneys and female complablts.
BEWARE . OF COLN.a k.RvErrs
The genuine has the name of the proprietor and'a pine
tree blown in the bottle. All others are spurious iMita
prdos Purr Urns and Orin Doman per Bo1122.:1 pre
pared only by the Proprietor,
No. 10 North Secdnd Street, Phlladelphb4 Pa:
Sold by Druggisis . everywhere, at Wholesale by; all Phila
delphia and New York Wholesale Druggists. ruarlo-1y
For rale by S. A. ItICrNIC_EL & BRO., No. 118 'Market
Dr. L. Q. C. Wishart,
BRANT'giaLL. BRA HALL.
GR,,,t I ND STAR
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company,
CROWDS TITILNZED FROM THE DOORS UNABLE TO
SHAKESPEARE'S GREAT TRAGEDY.
OTTIRLLO OTHELLO ! OTTiFTJIO !
OTHET4,O ! oTHELL 0 !
OT ;W_LLLO - OTHELLO ! OTHELLO !
OTEEELLO ! OTHELLO!
OTIiELLO ! 011:LELLO! OTHELLO!
The Side Splitting Farce -
&WAR'S YOUNG MAN,
SARAH'S ror - xo JrAx.
THE DIABOLICAL H,47
KM 'FANNY DENHAM,
MISS FANNY . DENHAM,
MS FANNY DENHAM,
MISS FANNY DENHAM
in her great part of • •
The whole companT in the bill.
Secure Seats and Come Early.
For particulars see smallbilLe.
THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET STREET,
' REAR at KERR's HOTEL.
OPEN FOR THE SEASON
SANFORD AND TROUPE.
DRAWING ROOM CONCERT
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 17
BUT W DT 113 lA. N . .
SANFORD AND TROUPE.
Orchestra* Seat& can - be procured in adyance at Bann
vart's Drug Store. = •
Doors open at 634. Commence y, to 8.
Police always in attendance to preserve order.
Admittance 25 cents
Orchestra chairs, 50 cents. • -
Private boxes, entire, $5 each; $1 each.
CANTERBURY MUSIC HALL.
WALNUT St., BELOW THIRD.
OPEN hv.arl. - EVENING,
With. a First-class Company of
SINGERS, DANCERS, COMEDIANS, &e., dm.
Admission. .................. - ]5 cents
Seatsin Boxes .. ... ..: . . ... .............. .. 2
Gaiter DISCOVERY I
A new thing:
Boot and Shoe Mai
It is a liquid.
Agents In Philad
WRLISVILLR, YO h
Marc 8, 1864.
LOST—A large roll of finished 'TEARITESS
LEATHER, weighing over 100 lbs., from 'a wagon.
between New Cumberland and Harrisburg The - roll of
Leather was marked " WELLS, BIDDLE & CO., Pitts,
burg.” Any person finding said .roll will receive the
above reward by leaving it at the Pa. Central E_ R. Depot,
Harrisburg, or at Shell's Tavern. Bridgeport. '
marti . WELLS, BIDDLE & CO.
Proposals for Coal.
FCCISYLVAITL& STATIC LUNATIC HOSPTTALa
March 7,1364.' J
PROPOSA_L,S•wiII be received until P. NE.
1. of Thursday, March 31, 1864, for Supplying
Hospital with Six HONORED TONS of A No. 1 Broken Cord,
of the tent quality and free from Slate and other impuri
The coal to be delivered on the wharf of the Hospital
on the Pennsylvania antal,the weighty) be determined
by the weigh kick at Hatattburg. Proposalstohesout to
marl-td JOHN CHRWER, Superintendent
/11RIE WINE made, from this GRAPE so
A. nearly resembles Pert in- body and color that
none but the best-judges could distinguish It from IP:m
ine imported Port—as tt need to be. •
The subscriber has been appointed agen t for the-nue
of this grape by an extensive grower in Westem New
and can furnish them in any quantity at moderate
tiplisl,rial to the demand.
'The wine is at pi:went selling at frOM $1 50 t o ao•
cording to age, and the supply
34C0It t NISH.
: •ne Nursery, Feb 20, 1864_ -fe626
APLOT of Groning foznitne g Chafiniit
street 52 feet 6 inotini,'sting Dinbitiy
alley 210 feet to cherry with 4 , frame houses. En
qthre qt . ' ' ,WA ( VW t'-'I6,IPT
11. 1if .A ction 1S er's Rt . en
- or Hams
cored -rxpressly for family use and for this market,'. -
sale at feb2. WM. DICK, JR., it CO
llseful and Valuable
Is of more general practical utility
than any invention now before the
public. It has been thoroughly tested
during the last two years by practical
men, and pronounced by all to be
SUPERIOR TO ANT
lAdhesive Preparations known.
Twee INSOLUBLE Czirawr is a nett
thing, and . the result of years of
study; its combination is on
And under no Ciramistance-1 Or
change of temperature, will it, be
come corrupt or omit any offensive
BOOT AND SIIOE
Illanufacturers, using Machines, will
tind it the best article known as
Cementing for the Channels, it works
without delay, i 15.1101. affected by any
4onage of temperatur
• ' JEWELERS
Will find it sufficiently adhesive for
their use, as has been proved.
Ilia Especially Adapted to I:var.-,
dwe claim as an especial merit..
that it sticks Patches to Boots mai
Shoes sufficiently ' strong without
It isthe only
liamt that is a. sure thing for mend
And articles of Household use
En.ToN'a liamiuncas Crag Err
Is Ina liquid form and as easily au
plied we pane.
HILTON'S INSOLLOISIS Ceausc2
Is insoluble in water or oiL
HILTON'S lasotontag Casen-r
. Adheres oily substances
I &applied in Family or blanniar
t trer's Packages from 2 ounces to .100
HILTON BROS. .1k CO.,
' LAING & MAGENITLS.