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A. P. TEUPSER,
TEACHER' OF MUSIC.
limos AT WARD'S MUSIC STORE,
12 N Third Street.
Residence: Third street, above North. dl5-tf
VTR, LODEONS AND CABINET ORGANS,
TWENTY-SIX FnlsT PREMIUMS,
TWELVE SILVER MEDALS,
ONLY GOLD MEDAL (ever won by Instruments of this
class) has been awarded to
MASON Jr HAMLIN'S. DISTHIIKENTS.
A fall assortment-of these Instruments always on hand
et W. KNOCEE'S, Sole Agent,
93 Market street.
HENRYeC. ORTH 7
jACECEE OF THE PIANO, MELODEON
ND VIOLIIC—Terrns reasonable 15 Third street,
between Market and Chestnut streets. • ja4,3111
WONDERFUL DISCOVERY AND WONDERFUL
D R. J. M. CREAMER would respectfully
inform the public in general and the diseased in
particular, that he has opened an office in South Second
greet, below Chestnut, Harrisburg, Pa., where ho will
treat all disease! entrusted to his care,in accordance with
the system discovered and. taught by Prof. C. Bolles, of
Philadelphia, with whose institution he has been con
nected, and to whom he takes pleasure in referring the
public for information with respect to his success iu con
No *dragging the system with uncertain medical agents.
Ali cures performed by Magnetism, Galvanism and other
modifications of Electricity, without Shdcks tiny , un•
pleasant sensations. Atter an Electrical Diagnosis, a
guarantee will be given, if desired by the patient. For
further information call and get a pamplilet.which con
tains hundreds of certificates from medical men, and oth
ers praying the superiority of. this system of practice
over all others. Consuitalion free. Office hours 9to 12
/ to 5 and 7 to 9 P. 3f.
DR. J. MILTON CREAMIER
DR. J. HITE'S
DURING a practice of many years in
If community, DEL lIITE has satisfied himself that this
Powder is vastly superior to any other article hi Use
FOR THE CURE OF
And is of great service to 'Horses that' have - oat their
AND ARE '
Also, that it will prevent
GLANDERS, COLIC AND THE BOTS,
When faithfully used two or three times a week—invigo
rating and fattening. .
For improving the condition of ,a Horse, he asserts there
is no better medicine, as it will strengthen . the stomach
and assist digestion, cleanse the intelidines of offensive
matter, and regulate the bowels when - costive, purify the
blood and promote digestion—thus-the skin is kept loose,
the pores ere opened and a lean, scabby Horse becomes
fit and comely.
The Powder can be used for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs with
good Oben- - - - -
Directions with package. '.. . -
PREPARED. ONLY AND SPLD AT•
KELLER'S DRUG STORE, '
No: 91 Hel.kelt Street, Harrish‘lr&
NEW GROCERY AND PROvmoig - STORE.
BOYER & KOERPER,
WHOLE SA LE AND RETAIL
Queen's and Glass Ware,
AND ALL KINDS .OP
HATE just opened a large and*ell ; seleeted
stock of goods at their stand; No. 3 Market Square,
Harrisburg, Pa., to which they invite the attention of the
public generally. nolo-dly
L quo R-S
Shissler & Fraz,er;
(Successors to W m. Dock, Jr., & Co.)
' • • ' ' '
9PEALER§ IN FINE FAMILY
RIES opposite the Court House r have on. handatthe
of different vintages.
FINE AND COMMON WINES,
Qf Every Description.
OLD ; BOURBON,
ItIONONGAHEL A IRFINE ISH AND SCOTCI4
Willskys, The best ever brought to this market,
And the 'celebrated
Citails'ErT . GROVE WHISKY
SCOTCH AND -IRLSH ALES:
LONDON BROWN STOUT. •
With a complete stock of
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PICKLES
And Condiments of every description newlri the market,
THE LOWEST HATES.
JOHN WISE ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER DI
Boss Paste,. • '
Marsh Mallow Ginn Drop.s,.
Cream Chocolate Drops;
Plain Candles, &c.,
Oranges and Lemons,
Teas and Spices, all kin s ds, ' '
Paper Bags ,
Fresh and Salt Fish In sea
Veeetables in season,
Filberts, ~ .
Cream in - 2, -
Peca4Ndtßi • '
C 66 4a . friio,
Cakei and Crackeis,
Su:eel:sand Irish Potetees,
And Countiy Produce in
V/11E8 of all kixide,
1„.4 Condi:et, Delaware, Diana, Muscadine,_ Louisa, Isa!
bells, Catawba, Oporto, Clinton, Creveltne Taylor orßurr
a.c. &c., at Kaplan.) Nursery,
URIAE.' CIDERI I—Two B els , of f:Seu
and pure CIDER just recelSTd
BOYER & ROERPER.
ANOTHER lot of choice Catawba Grapes
for sale at [mart] JOHN WISR%
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
HAS discovered the most certain, speedy
and effectual remedies in the world for
DISEASES OF DEPRITDENCE
RELIEF IN SIX TO TWELVE 'ROOM
NO WiRCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
A Owe Warranted, or No. Charge, in from One
Weakness -of the Bacl4.Affections of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Involuntary Diseharges, Impotency, General De
bility, Nervonsneas; •TlYlipepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusionof' Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart; Timidity,
Tremblings, Dimness - ofSight or Giddiness, - Disease•of the
Head, Throat,diose or :Skin,: Affections of the Liver,
Lunge, Stomach or Bowes—those terrible disorders
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret
and solitary practicosixiore fatal to theit victims thanthe
song of Syrens to theldliinem of. I:flyable, blighting their
most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
Especially, who have becomethe victims of Solitary Vice,
that dreadful and destructive habit,which annually sweeps
to an untimely grave tbdusands' of Young Men' Or the
most exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who might
otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the thun
ders of eloquence or waked to ectasy the living lyre, may
call with full confidenw
Mmried, persons; or Youifg Men contemplating marriage,
being aware &physical-weakness, °manic debility, defor
mities, &c., speedily cured.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may re
ligiously confide in his holier , as a gentlemaN and confi
dently relyupon his skill ass Physician:
rardediately quad; ind:inifiltoftestored. • •
This distvesituraffeaton—Nehibli 'tinders life 'miserable
and marriage impossible—is the penalty paid by the vlC
tims of improper indulgence. Toting persons are h .. .wept
to commit excesses from not being aware •of- the dreadful
consequences that may , impne. Now, who that under
stands the subject Virriretetd to deny that the power of
procreation. Is lost Sooner by 'those falling Into impletkr
habits' tharnbylhoprudent. Besides being , deprivettile
pleiemrea.ofteilthr otikpring,-the moat Merioutfleid:dri
ntructive synaptems to both body and mind:: salsa.
The system becomes deranged,- the physical and imentel
functions weakened, loss of procreative, power, ;nervous
- irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion,
constitutional debility, a wasting of the frame, cough, con
sumption, decay and death.
Onnoz No. 7, Soots tREDBRIes. STREET,
Left.hand side going Fiera Baltimore street, a few doors
from the corner. Fail not to obierke mune and number.
Letters must be pMd,and contain a stamp. The . Doctor's
Dlplomits'hang in his Oleo.
Member of the Rope' College .of Surgeons, London, grad-1
uste from one of themost eminent colleges in the Unlmdi
States, and the greater part of Whose life has' been 'spenti
In thuhospitals of London, Paris, Philadeltihia 'sad ehlaa•i
where, has effected tome of the most a.stonishlrig cures.
that were ever known many trembled withvinging in the.
head and ears when asleep, great nervousness; 'tieing;
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, ' with =frequent;
blushing, attended sometimes with, derangement of mind!
were cured immediately.
TARE PARTICULAR NOTICE
These are some of thri sad and melancholy effects pro-,
duced by early habits of youth, viz : weakness of the back;
and limbs,.pains Ihn_`.bnad: dimness of sight, toil of,
muscular power, mdpitationzof the hyzat, dyspepsia, nor 4
vows irritability symptoms of Cobsumption, &c. ,
hiserrAmar.—The'rearful effects en •the. Mind:tire &tech;
to be dreaded=loss. of memory, confusion of: ideal, as
presslon of - spirits, evil' forebodings, aversion to society;
self dlsrmst, love of Solitude, timidity, &p., are Some: of,
the evils produced. • •
Who have injures: themselves. by a' certalu practice In.?
dulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned from
evil compaMens, or at school; the etas 9,f vtliltl?;ClP* 6
nightly felt, ey,eu when aileep, and if not Cured readota
'marriage A t MS slble, and destroys both Mind and body
shoulds?tif. ramedtately. • • • , • - - •
Whatt I t hat a young man, the hope of his amtryj
the darling of his parents, should be snatched from alli
prospects and enjoyments otlire;by the consequence otl,
deviating from the' path-of nature and indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such persons NUS; before contains
plating •• • • •
Reflect that a sound mind andhody are the r most necessary
requisites to promote connuhildbappineSi: Indeedoithl
out these, the journey through life beconies ,atiner,y;
grimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to thai:viltir the
mind becomes shadowed with despair and filled - With the
melancholy , reflection that the happiness ; of another be.
comes ..11ghted with-our own.
DISEASE; OF -nrentririrk6i.
When the mlsgaided'and iMpradent votary or pleasant
finds he hats Imbibed the seeds of this painful diseasepi
too often happens that an =Med eeheebt. shame or the
dread of discovery deters him from applying to those who
from education an lllty,. can Alone befriend him:
He falls into the de of ignorant and designing pretend=
ers,who, incapable of -louring,4ffeti his pecuniary,Ecubt
stance, keep him trilling montloAfter moan; ores long as
the smallest fee can be - obtained, aneln despair leavatins
with ruined health to sigh over his gedlingdisappolataienti
or, by the Use of the deadly poise'', Mercury, kutiten: the
constitutional snoptoms of thbytertiblediseaseisitiffialtaffeci
tient ; of 'Oa. Head ! put Nut n s
whir Inghtful rip day "t d ptite. to hU
&waft sufferings by sending. himatt that uhdiacovred
,eountryzfrons whence no travellerreturns.- . ,
MOIISPLM OF T H E 'AE4
fihamaaT : hejjigOde year ater
year, andthiriMeiehe itelioreet *gloat - ,epertigoa
pertbrined by Dr. JObßl3oDi . witziessed by the teLetiersof
the soft, GZ.pper , and ma.other papers, notices:of *inch
have appeared again and before the public, demise
htoeshigsren , irent4sinui.et . ahrtracter and reopens&
SKIN DISEAgES SPEEDILY CURED.
OlllogNo47goutik Fredorielc Street.
to Two Days
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HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, MARSH 26, 1864.
DISEASES RESULTING FROM
DISORDERS OF THE LIVER
AND DDlESTtirk} GROANS,
La& CURED BY •
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC,
MBESE Bitters have perforraed more rues;
A. have and do give better satisfaction ;lave : more Vas
timony ; lave more respectable people to vouch for,them
Wan any other article in the market. ' '
• W defy any one to. contradict' this- assertion, and will
pay $l,OOO to any one that willproduce a•certideste pub
lished by us that ismot•genufne. Holland's German Bit 7
tets, will cure every case of Chronic or Neiv us Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys, and diseases arising from a dis
ordered stomach. Observe the following symptoms, re
sulting from the disorders of the digestive organs: Con
stipation; Inward Piles, Fullness. of Blood to the head,
Acidity of the "Stotinich,*NauSea, - Hostriburn; - Magna, for
Food, Fullness or weight hi the StimachiSouttEructations,
Sinking or Mattering at the pit o 1 the stouttl Swimming'
of the head, Hurried anddillicult, breathing,Fluttering at
the heart,' Choking , or suffocating sensations when in
lying posture, Dimness of vision,' Dots or webs before the
sight, Fever and dull pain in the head,
piration, Yellownees ofthe skin and eyes, Pain in the side,
back, chest;• lirobs,4ic2; Sudden Mathes of heat, Burning
in the flesh, Constant imaginations of evtl; and great de
pression of spirits.
Remember that this Bitters isnot alcoholic, contains no
rum or whisky, and can't make drunkards, but is ,the
bust Tonic in the world. ' .
HEAD WHO SAYS SO
From the Rev. Levi G. Bock, Pastor of- the Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the North Baptist
I have known lbsonand's German Bitters favbrably for
a number of years.. I have used them in:my own family
and have been so pleased with.their effects that I was in
duced to recommend them to many others, and know that
they have operated in itilklngly- beneficial manner. I
take great pleasure in thus publicly tin:dish/dig this
fact, and,cfdllog the attention of these afflicted withkthe
dlseaseelor which they are, recommended, to these-411t
tem; tnowingfroza!oxporledce Auitinmscommendation
will be sustained: do this more cheesfatly as goof
land,s Bitters is - intendedno'lleixent4tiPiiillicted, and is
"not a rum drink." Yours truly: • , '
From Bov. J. Newton Wept, D.,,Edltor of the En
cyclopedia 'of ItellSious Knowledgoand Chrfstlan Chroni
cle, Philahelphia. ,
Although-not disposedlo .favor./orr. reeeMmend Patent
Mehicines in general„ through distrust of theirlagredients
and effectri,q•yet know 3 0f.n0 sufficient "is:Leona why a
man may not testify to the benefits ho believes himself to
have received from any sbnple.preparatitmOn the hope
that he may thus contribute' to the benefit of others.
I do this the morexeadily inxegard to Hoolland'S Ger
man Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. 3f. Jackson, - of this city
because I was prejudiced against them for many years,
under the impression that they - were chiefly , an alcoholic
mixture. lam indebted to my Mend, 'Robert Shoema
ker, Esg., for the_ removal of ails prejudice by proper
tests, and for encouragement to_try them when sultbriog
from great and' long continued debility. The use of
three bottles of these 'Bitters hi the , beginning , orate
present year, was followed by.evideut relief and restora
tion to a degree of bodily and mental rigor which I 'had
not for, six months boforoonad had almost despaired of
regaining. I therefore thank God and my friend for di
recting me to the use of them.
J. NEWTON BROWN, Philada.
- -Prom- Rev. - Warren,. -Randolph, -Pastor -of- --Baptist
Church,. Germantown Penn. " ' ' a
Dr. G. Jackson:—Dear Sir:—Personal experience
enables me to say that I regard the Gorman Bitters, pre
pared by you, as a most excellent mbillcintt In Oases of
severe cold and generakdebilltyrhave been. greatly bent
fitted by the use of thaßJttera and doubt not they will
produce 'similar erects on others.
- . ,
Prom Rev. - J. IL Turner; Pastor of Redding li. E
Church, Philadelphia. • •
- Dr. C. IL Jfwkson:—Dear Sir. Having used .your Ger
man BitterslnAny family frequently I am prepared to say
that•it•hite, peen of great service.-..belleve that in most
cases of general debility of the.system it is the safest an&
.Iktc.o.st valtutble remedy or . whic4l: l 4 l Yeif 4 ro2 :MOP; •
You's, iesRO L tfullY, •J T .•"•:••
Mx; 728 i Rinetionth reet.
From the Rev. J. IL Lyons, formerly. Pastor; of tha
Columbus (N. J.) and Ifilestown (Pa.) Baptist Churchis.
Nzw:Abianirissi N. Y.
Pr, O.N. feel it apleasure.thua t
of IV own aPcoo,,to bear testimony to the excellence o;
the German Bitters. Some years- What being much af
flicted Math Dyspemta,..j.iitacigkicr with...Yeri:beftff/0 11 1
results ollonreconunended them to .paration en
feetdoilhylhattgeme nting disease, and have heaid from
them the. Lunt tilsktterring tonimoplals as to their great
value. In eases of general debility, I believe it to be a
tonic that cannot belmiessed, K LYONS.
Dr. Jackson:.—Dear Sir:—lrelt. *it due , to :your. tifel
lent preparation, Hoofiand German Bitters,:to:.addi: my
testimony..to the.deserved reputation it has obtained. I
have for years, at times, been troubled with great disorder
in my - head - and - nervous,. system. I was advised by a
,friend.to try 'shortie of..3rotinVerthatalitters;'.didso, and
have, experienced great,and ulna - rested relief; my hwlth
has been very materially benedtted. I confidently reconl
mendthenrticle whore I meet with cases similar to my
own, and have been assured by many of their good ef•
recta . Respectfully yours,
, T. WINTER Boxborough;lPts
Prom Rev. J. S. Merman; of Ges Gentian Reformed
Chrseh, Kutztown, Berks county, Pa.
C. M. .Jackson:ltespected Sir:—l have been
troubled with Dyspepsia gnarly twenty years and,have
never used any inedlcilisthat did' me as much ,toodias
Bonfire/ Ws Bitters' I oni very much impiovedin health,
after havint taken five bottles.
Yours with respect, . J. B. BERMAN.
Large Size.(holding nearly double quantity,) $l-00 -
per : bottle-44f, doz ... . .. . . . 4 5p.00
Small Siiii4ls ceitia4si bottle-halt 4 00
See-that-the SigindiiPeOr-- f‘C. )L JACKSON' , Is. on -the
IntAll'Elkt,of each bottle.
ShoOld . our nearefAt druggist not ba - vii the article, do
notbe pet , orr-by any the intoxicating preparations that
mity_pe offered In :pa*, but "nt to us, and sre will
p r incipal co l tr
• OM and 1
NO.. 3 1 'AIt C
• , • jOI4EB & EVANt
&consort to C. N. Jack= fl Co.,
For sale by Druggiata wad Dealers in every town In the
Malted States. mylo4l4w/7
INSURANCE COMPANYOF NORTRAMERICA
No 232 Walnut Street; South Side, Eastot
STATEMENT OF THE ASSETS
All of which, ars first Moil, 4 . .0 . tiiroperty..s372,Boo 00
LOAN .BONDS, •
$lOO,OOO Phila. City Loan, per cents.... $lOO,OOO 00
100,000 State Loan, live per cents 100,000 00
'20,000 ,4 Nix per ct., not tamable.. 1 20,000 00
60;000 U. S, Gov. Loan, 7310: per cent.. .. :50,000 00
100,000 " 6-20 100,6*0 00
50 , 000 1881.. 60, 000 00
40,000 " " depcOite sp. C... 50,000 00
25,000 Lehigh C. and:N. C., Mort. limn, 1870 25,000 00
81,000 DeL and Raritan Canal co., andC. and .
A. railroad and Transportation co.. 31,000 00
37,003 Chesapeake and Dol. Canal co. Loan,'
40,000 North Poona fßallroadco. Bonds, 1884 37;200 00
8,890 North Penn. Railroad co. Scrip 2,983 20
20,000 Penna. Railroad co's. Bonds, First
Mortgage, 1880 20,000 00
23,000 - Cineignat7Ctty Belida -- 21,850 60
20,000 Schuylkill Imo', 1882.... 17,000 00
15,000 Del. Div. Canal co's. Loan, 1878 ..... 14,550 00
10,000 DeL Railroad co's. Mortgage Loan,.
(guaranteed,) 10 000 00
5,000 Union Canal co's. Mart. Loan, 1883.. 1,250 00
218 Shares Philli.,'Wilinirepin-iuld Bait-"
more Itailmuloompany 10,900 00
200 Sham 'Ph_ ,ila. Glermattrown andllor:
ristown Railroad company ' 10,000 00
100 Shares Philadelphia Bank 10,000 00
100 Shares Lehigh Coal and Nay. co 5,000.00
63 Shares Lehigh Coal and Navigation
company ; (Conditional Scrip) ' 3,024 00
63 ShartA Ger.and Perkiomon Turnpike -ur..
company:. • -- 1,575 00
85 Shares. Chesapeake and-DeL Canal co. 2,450 00
59 Shares Schuylkill. Navigation cora
, pariy, preferred, 1882 1,770 00
100 Sharos North Penn. Railroad c 0..... 4 %Ca 00
Sundry Steam - Ntivigatlon and - other - -
. „Stocks, worth 1,718 00
Cash in Bank 85,281 10
Notes RetelVable • • " '" 246,171 81
Policleai' tile Premiums of which areunsettled,
and debts due,' (all good) • 95,744 89
Real Estate, Office of the Company, No. 292
Walnut street 22,000 oo
By order of the Botiid,
ARTHUR G. COFFLN, President.
CHARLES PLATT, Secretory.
-PERPETri cAPITAL $500,0®
Marine; Fire and : Inland Transportation In-
Arthur G:-Collin, S. Morris Wein,
Samuel W. Jones, John Mason, ..
John A.-Browny - - George L Harrison, .
Charles 'Taylor, ~ '
Francis R. Cope,'
Ambrose'White • EdWanl H. Trotter, •
Richard D. Wood, Edward S. Clarke,
William Welsh,. William Cummings,
William E. Bowen, T. Charlton Henry. ,
James N.-Dickson, : ' . .
• Aktinfft ti: - COFFIN, President.
CHARMS P4.ll,,SeicietarY -_," •
Willitttil . llU. XII . II , 3
' - ceiitittii•Nireiit imi-Piguisytva'nt a.
Office Walnutlear Secand t 'llaVabarg, Pa
+LEPI G. BECX.
WAR DIWARTMILNT,CAVALRY BUREAU,
OFFICE OF ann . QuearmuLuirse,
Wessusrioir, D. D.; Feb. 19,1864.
"viTITA., be sold at • Public Auction, .to the
T' highest bidder, at the places and:datga named he-
low, viz: .
At IVilkesbarre, Penna., 800 Horses, Tuesday, 29th
March. , . .
These Horses have been condemned. as unfit for the
Cavalry service of the United-States Army,': -
For road and farm purposes many good bargains may
be had. „ .
.Horses will be sold singly.
'Sales begin at 104 3f., and continue daily till all are
Terms Cash, in United States -Treasury Notes only.
'Jilll A EMI;
feb2o4ltm29 . Chief- Quartermaster, Cavalry Bureau.
IS PREPARED to-tarnish and coat the ex
terior of Buildings wElFthe MASTIC CEMENT, on a
new System. This mater al entirely different from all
other cements used heretofore, and is the only reliable,
imperishable coating for outside work. Mixed with pro
per proportions of pure Lhiseed Oil it forms a solid, dura
ble adhesiveness to Brick or Stone Walls, making a beau
tiful, fine water proof surface and finish equal to Brown
Stone or any color desired. ) - 4
Among others for whoml have applied the Mastic Ca
went, I refer to the following gentlemen:
J. Bissell, residence, Penn street, Pittsburg.
J. D. M'Cord, "
Shoenberger resilience Lawrenceville.
James .:4 , Candless,Allegheny city.
Calvin Adams, - Third street, Pittsburg.
James Wqod, owner St. Charles Hotel,
William Vehel, Qlrsrd Hose,
Barr '& Moser, archltecta.Dbmatch Buildings, "
John B. Cox, residence;:pont street, Harrisburg, Pa.
A. J. Jones, ' "
Please address T. F. WATSON,
P. 04,80ir1.,3013, Pittsburg, -
feblB-d6m or, Penna. House, Harrisburg, Pa.
OlibtOgraidi• Aintithu s .
TBE largest and ohetnoest variety of PRO
TOGRAPH ALBUMS lathe city are constantly kept
at [marl2] Bnanfra'S CHEAP BCKMBTORE.
rpoY pocov Glapjs,, &0.- 7 A Large as
sortment or Tay .Bookli a last received at
nag SL:72I:PFR, R ,S,,BOOMOTtg,' naniaburg.
' . . .
f - • *(4I"7"Y #Plyle• - .
TMat* resembles the,Sugar' Maple very
closelyin feria and foliage, but bears-transplanting
better and groves rnorerapblly. - For sale at Keystone Nur
sery [fbb24.4l. l ,n] . - JAC0.13,11.16/1.
A LARGE INVOICE OF NEW
CIT I RON,
- FIGS. &C.
At ' SHISIJiRAc
[no2ol (Successors to Wo.'"Doc Jr., it Co.)
IQO 0 L a3B .14 l ga t
e Codfish, for
at & MAZER'S,
* r itrinAlook Tr 'kali)
PICKLESIIity the Mgr 1,
DER: & ERAZEIII3,
puccessors..to.,Waxy. Dock, Jr., ;Ty_DO.)
SSRUBBERY. White Fringe, Purp le
Fringe, Mahout*, Altheas, Magnolias, Tree Boa, ae.,
at Keystone Nursery. (marls] J. ILLEIN.
PHELADIi, January 12th, 1864.
T. F. WATSON,
• FOR SitUR; -
valtiable property, 'corner of Second
IMAM= streets,.beingtifty4Wolust a warren. on Se
cond and one hundred and sixty-eight feet. on Pine street,
running back two bundred'and tenleeto; Voters alley,
there being space for fora full building lots, and a most, de- •
&able site for a Governor's Ilinsion or public buildings.
For particulars enquire of Mts. -IitURRA.Y, corner of Se
cond and Pinest reefs.. mar94f
lipEtAT VALUABLE. PROPERTY; No.' 7, ,in
1 this city, adjoining the Jones House pumices,
fronting twenty-five feet six inches on: Market Square
and extending back one hundred and fifty-seven and a
half feet to Rasyberry alley. Teiaie accomthodating.
42w, March 11, 1864. -CHAS: C. ROM.
. - , •
FOB. SALE. •
A SECOND-RAND PLINO, suitable for
AM, beginners. • Also, a Large Three-Cornered Show
Window and HandsonielFlag . StaiL be sold very
low, HA:Sired ibr before! the Ist of April Enquire 'at
SCHEFFHR'S Bea:Vire, Harrisburg, Penna. marlo •
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE.
The several properties of the Estate of 1931.4 LAM AL
URN, deceased, in the city of Harrisburg, consisting of
Houses on Front street and Chestnut street, at' and near
the corner of Front and Chestnut streets, a vacant lot on
Mulberry street, near Third street, and, 19% acres
of land at the eastern terminus of Market' Street, are oc
fered for sale. For terms of saleapply to the undersigned,-
Seventhand Noble streets, Philadelphia.
_de2l...dtf] THOMAS COCHRAN.
LOTS FOR SALE. —A number of lota
have been laid out on the Jonestown Road, about
one nine east of the city of :Harrisburg, which are
tieing soli, at low prices. To persons desiring to secure
a home for themselves, and to be relleVed from the
present exorbitant rents, this is a rare opportunity
A number of lots have already been sold and but few re
main on hand. .The plan of said lots can be seed' at the
Sheriff's office in Harrisburg where persons desiring to
purchase are requesied to call and see the same.
Harrisburg, Jan. 15, 1864.
U 1 , SA rN. —That valuable : otelproperty
known as the PARKE HOUSE, situate on Market
street, near Third.
For terms inquire of- s. .DETWEILER,
Harrisburg, Pa. marl2-d2w
FOR SALE—A very handsome Two-horse
PEDLER WAGON--eliettp for cash. Direct letter to
BOX No, 318, Hautbois., Pa merll-11
FOR - SALE.----A. Five-horse-power STEAM
ENGINE and BOILER, In good order. Apply to
F. GEETY, ,
feb23•tf Walnut Woof, below Giza
Racamraver OFFICE, V. S. IN r.LLID CORPS, t
Hanaraninte, Pa., March 1, 1884. f
THE attention of Soldiers *rho have been
Honorably discharged the United States service, on
account of disability contracted while in the line-of duty,
and who may wish to enlist' in the Invalid Corps, is re
spectfully called to the following letter from the Provost
Marshal General's Office, from which it appears that they
may receive the bounty offered by - the ward, 'horough, or
town, to which they may wish to be credited:
Paovosv ILtasnst GENERAL'S OFFICE, '
Bormitr - or Isr.ttro Corms,
.WasuurGlOS,,February 23, 1864.
The Provost Marshal General directs me to say, that
men enlisted for the Pint Battalion Companies of the In
vslid.Corpe,, in accordance with the provision of General
Orders, Nes. 105 and 212, Adjutant - Generes OfficeTl/363,
and theinstructionsof the Provtart.MaridisA General, (see
Circulars Noa. 14 and 106, of 1863, Provost Marshal Gen
eral's Obloey) will-be credited to the quota to beftunished
under the draft, of the ward, borough, town, or city and
State from which they enlist. M. N. WISRWEIIL,-
Coldnel, and Assistant, to the Provost Marshal General, in
charge of Invalid Corps Bureau.
. Fertile particulars relative to enlistnient inthat Az•rm,,
apply at the Recruiting Office, Invalid. Corps, in Second
street, near Pine street,' Hamsburg, - •
' . 'E. L. BARNRS
. marl 74 Ist .Lleut 11 & L C., R'eting.oolcer.
OPFICE in the rear of Herr's Hotel, Harris
burg, Pa. The LARGEST LOCAL BOUNTIES' paid
to recruits. COMAIITT'EES from dietrinti and. sub-dis
tricts in the State will he promptly furnished with MEN
to 511 QUOTAS, byapplying to • •
mar4-dim - arimg-EL &
“THE. WORKING. PARIKEIti,”
A STANDARD authority in,. Agricuiture
Ll and Horticulture, says:
"Dr. B. Ware Sylvester produces a 'very superior Wine
from his Oporto Grape. We have sent out large numberS
of this vine as premiums, during the past year. ,
Having been appointedugent by Dr. S.' I can furnish
vines of the Oporto at from 25 to 50 cis, each; $.2 50 to
$5 per dozen; $l5 to $ 3O per 100. -J. MISR.
. Hamra= NIIREIKBY , March 16,1864.
A FINE assortment of
Silver Maple, Norway Maple,
Taller Asti; Horse Chestnut,
European Linden, Cataia
at .-.. KEYSTONE NU BEY.
Harrisburg, March 16,166&
Proposals for Coal„ :
, TILYNBTLVANIA. STATB . LIIBULTIO sosffrAL,
PROPOSALS will be received - until - 6 p.
1 of Thursday, March 31, 1864, for supplying this
Hospital with Six HONORED TOSS of A Na 1 Broken Coal, ,
of the best quality and free from slate and other. impuri
The coal to be delivered on the wharf of the Hospital
on the Pennsylvania canal, the weight to be dutermined
by the weigh lock at Harrisburg. Proposals' to biseitt to
marl-td JOMN cl:lßWEN;sivetintencent.,
PRIVATE ' SALM-
TINE of the Vest locations - for ~IRON
woltics in the State for, sale, at. a.Very reasonable
price, to any purchaser who will improve it, situated. With ,
in a short distance of the city of Harrisburg between the
- Pennsylvaularallread andsaund, about five 'hundred feet
wide, and alongside of the best limestone quarriesin the
State and close to-a good teinpike -reed; Mac,. room- for
waste. Madera for fifty years, without paying for the land!
Apply to DAVID MUMMA, Jr.;
- • Attorney-at-Law, Na 24 North Second street,
marlft.dtf . Harrisburg,
[Philadelphia Press insert three Sines and send bill to
PARSONS' AGRICULTURAL STORE,
go. 110 NEAIbLET STREET.
PORTFOLIOS ! _POATFULIOS . :
CHESSMEN and Barglin Boards, a fine assort,:
went, Ast received at ..yrzEvg BOOKSTORE.
FINE' BLACKBERRIrand ELDERBERRY
Warranted pure. For sale at - •
jan2s W. WOK, Ja., & CO.
APPLES. --200 barrels of New York State
Apples, of a Choice variety, just ,received, SOW
low, in any quantities, to suit purcasers, at the note,.
grocery of [deg BOYER Si BOBRPER.
O LADIES. —lf you wish good Letts
Paper, Envelopes, Ink, Pena, or anything else in the.
!stationery yon will do well by calling at
- - nol9 - Kliniabur&
A LARGE lot of-bed.quality of alezter
JCL Potatoes just received and for sale by .
BOYER & HOERPER,
lid 3 Mar)44.4quare.
- A BOXES ORANGES,. inzt.order
')also 100 Barrels.of CHOICE Lilltkrt. WI! at
106 . JOHN VOir &hie.
ORANGES! ORANGES lot of
superior Orange; and Sicily Ha for sate ward
quantity ai MBE)] BOYER KOERPER.
TAVA,Jamaiaa and Lagavra Coffee, at
t, [na] NE DOM al* & Cl+3
'PRICE. TWO CENTS.
. FOR SALE.
iverUning in the Tints
. 1 GO
- • 1 26
. 22 CO
* $ 2 20
Notk7es= • -
Auditor's , Notices. . ;
Noticeiiisertion. - • . 20.
aes suan Deaths, Entirr ems ,PlOl. LEFo r .ftt.•
pviN - _-.:Lumor
- NEW YORK ELECTION.
Innnense Majority in Favor of Soldiers
ALBANY, N. Y., March 25.
The official majority for allowing soldiers
vote is 210,716. . •
FROM T°►+4 =IENTIAM VOUNTRY:L
The Red Men iDesire-Peae,e:
Demands, of the. Yanktonnais.
QuaAao, llarc:h 25.
A special dispatCh from St.' Paul says that
Wasedoreye, a prominent Sisston Indian, has
come into,Fort, Abercrombie, and has accepted
terms of peace. He states that nearly all the.
Sisstons are in favor of pease, and others of
their leaders will be ready in a few - days to
follow his example.
But the powerful tribe- of Yauktonnais„
while they want peace, , require that Uncle Sam
shill not penetrate into their territorlt and
that steamboats with emigrants shall not nay. ,
igate the kiissourii
The refugees, murderers of the lowe;_bands,.
and the evil disposed of other bands are, join
ing them preparatory to a springerunpaign.
XXXVifith t'ogress--First -Ses§i9p
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
WdaItINGTON, March 25
Mr. Clay, (liy.,) .from the Committee on
Agriculture, reported back the Senate bill ex
tending the time in which to accept land
and heretofore donated for agriculttml
lege purposes, and including West Virginit
in its provisions.
Mr. Holman (Judiciary) offered an amatid
ment- authorizing Indiana to appropriate its
share , of the lands for the education •of orphan
children of soldiers and sailors. Mr. Wash
burn moved that Illinois be also similarly au
thorized, and Mr. Windom asked that hrinne
sota.be allowed to act in the same way. • -
Mr. Brooks fN. Y.) asked that the National
Bank MUPar.3lponed till Monday,.in Prder
to. give. the representatives of the New York
clearing.house an opportunity teile heard on
this measure, sti inipbrtalit 'to 'the- financial
Mr. Steyeps would not consent to a„ post-_
Mr. Melaka; hoWever, called the yeag, and
nays upon going into committee of-the whole
on the state of Union, on the -amendatory
National bank bill. This was itereoptto„by
57 against 52.
tfooper offered an amendment,' pro
viding that- banks with'a capital of not leis
than $50,000, shall, with the approval of :The
Secretary of the Troasury, be organized Lin
any place, the population of which does not
exceed six Thousand inhabitantg.
-cidointri not voting- on the ainelidraent
there *era Call of the House. The doors were
closed" and excuses , for absentees heard. Much
good tunor prevailed throughout these pro-.
On motion of Mr. Stevens, warrants of arrest
were ordered tohe issued.for-thoseMlo were
not excused for absence. The sergeant-at
arms brought seirerid prisOners to the bar,
who were discharged'on payment of fine and
That officer subsequently reported..to the
Speaker that Mr. Spaulding, of Ohio, refused
to be arrested.
Mn Spaulding explained the cause of - his
absence from the hall, ...which: was only fora
few moments. Ha did-:not consider that-ale
had done , anything wrong. Finally , Mr.
Spaulding was, by a vote of 61 against
honOrably discharged from custody; and` the
House at, 5 o'clock, adjourned. -- ;
In addition to the• General Order re-arrang
.lWhe n9FPa. therA4 7 ELI of thaßntennaa, and
relieving some of 'the general officers, as, al
ready 'we learn-- that General
Bleasonton hai been relieved Irout = the com
mend of the cavalry corps; andis to report to
General RO.secrtom; that General Sykes is to
report'to General Curtis ''.'Cleneral . Rental Is
M report toGeneralSherman; - General Frei'cMh
is to report at Philadelphia;-General Mere
dith at_Cairo;.Genera,l ..Spinola to a Court
martia' General Caldwell -to be relieved to
sit on a:Couit-martial;and"Gericiala Ricketts,
Gibbon and Wadmorth to-report to General
Meade, ifOinseigrunent to Gormand. .
The statement made in. several papers.,,that
the National taxes will generally be raised one
hundredper cent: by Congress isa great en
Grace Greenwood has been having a- - pleasant
visit to,the:Array of the, : Potomac, ~431;Ln Aip
tured to the soldiers once or twice and : has
returned' to :Washington
- -The'Coramittee of Ways ana-Means his-itot
yet &bided what tax' to impose . npcinipetro
lawn, either crude or refincd,Onkt it in p ,T9 bp.-
ble that it will be about twenty cents on re-
Hr. Bonner, Treasury • Agent - at -St: Lints,
was before the Blair Investigating Committee
last, night,; and produced the : original order of
General Blair for liquors,.:out'of which this
dispute has :grown. ' 'Genera Blair elaims
that the figures on the- papers-have been
eluinged. . . '
'DIABIES_! DIARIES'' L
ANO,THER assortment of Pocket and NSF&
• - Diaries for
. 1 est received and for see "ebeetiat
feb2 BR'S Booskiroltz, wriont.m.
-DEAR -TitEES—Dwarf ,and'Siandaxa, of
Um boat Wain Tariethot and of.,llllPenazgtowth,
can be faraisaed at fair prime atitia Zezetone N a rse y r
'- - -
for saletthil Corner kir infra 1 4ta" d
iß r oirsitreetii .Eagnlioor wick... mougsti.
ME WOQ K 5i3914430..-PR
DAYS OE SHODDY
Just receivellat [4elBl SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE.