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3IONDAY EVENING, MARCH /8, 1864.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.—AII A.dver
t6canents, Business Notices, ➢carriages,
Deaths, to secure insertion in the
TELEGRAPH, must invariably be aceom
parovd with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regular
Evening Edition are inserted in the Morn
ing Edition without extra charge.
Tam NOTlCE.—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 Provostatarshars Office,
mar - 17-2w Harrisburg, Pa.
BANSVAAT'S ,Bronchial Troches for hoarse
ness and throat diseases, for sale at Dr. Miles'
Drug store, corner Third and North streets, and
Dr. Wm. H. Egle's Drag store, Ridge Avenue,
jan3o- - dtf .
TIIE celebrated crystal spectacles properly
adjusted to the eye ; microscopes from, 100 to
700 diameter.; tower i.elescopes, field glasses,
defining an object from one to ten miles, and
all kinds of . optical, mathematical and philo
sophical instruments at Ilnienclale's Optical
Institute, 8 Market Square. Artificial eyes
inserted. Semi for a circular janBdtf
TOWN AND COUNTR.Y.
City subscribers who intend to change thair
place of residence this spring, are requested
to leave notice of the same at this office, pre
vious to moving, in order that their papers
may be sent to their proper places. By giving
this notice the proper attention, confusidn
may be avoided. mar2El-lw
WINTED. —A gentleman and wife desire
boarding in a private family; where there are
no other boarders. A house kept by a widow
lady preferred. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
ADJOURNED & &L .—Owing to the inclement
weather on Saturday last, a large lot
. of the
household furniture; of R. M'Elwee, de
ceased, were not disposed of. It will all be
sold this (Monday) afternoon. Sale to com
mence at two o'clock. A number of schOol
desks, old matting and stoves will also be of
fered for sale.
COURT.—The next term-of Dauphin County
Court will commence on Monday, April 25th,
and continue two weeks.
THE Second German Reformed Church of,
this city, has applied to the • Common Pleas
Court for An act of incorporation.
Tu city Council has organized for the en
suing year, by the re-election of Win. 0.
Hickok as President, and David Harris as-
THE Ohio Legislature has passed an act
prohibiting the sale of liquors in •the State,
on election days. The P,ennsylvania, Legis
lature would do immense service to "erring
humanity," by pastlitig a similar law.-
WE are informed, upon reliable authority,
that Gwynne, the bonnty-borrower, did net,
escape from Camp Curtin, as stated y in : tlie
Organ of this morning. He escaped from
the guards while being escorted . from .;this
city to amp, and although several shots Were
fired at him he managed to get off.
Locs Lori COM:PAN - Y.—At a special meet
ingaf*the stockholders held on Friday, March
25th, 1864, the following officers were elected
for the ensuing year:
President, Henry Thomas; Secretary aria,
Treasurer, Jos. F. M'Clellan; Directors, Philip
A. Small; William Hancock, William Colder,
J. B. Eby, G. D. Coleman, Simon Cameron,
James Young and Henry Gilbert.
Ox Saturday Ave announced that a bogus
lieutenant named Wood, had been relieved'
of his shoulder-straps by Capt. Opdyke. That
notice had scarcely appeared, until Wood en
listed in Capt. Chritzman's company, of the
First Provost Batallion, secured his bounty
money, and skedaddled. Doubtless bounty
jumping is his profession.
HITOHCOON'S NATIONAL HALL (which, by the
way, is a perfect little palace) will open this
evening. A fine troupe has been engaged,.
and the manager; intends to give the best en
tertainments ever witnessed in this city.
ilitohoock is a clever fellow, and desires to.
maintain•a good reputation, by giving the.
public the'worth of their money in the shape
of respectable amusements. No doubt he
will succeed. His hail is located on the cor
ner of Second and South streets, in the build : ,
iag formerly known as Temperance Hall. A
splendid pantomime will close each evening's
Dux citizens will be gratified to learn that
the queen of tragedy, Miss Rate Denin, whose
fine performances in all the principal theatres
in the country has won for her a reputation
rarely equalled, will appear in Harrisburg,
this evening, in connection with Rouse's Star
Combination Company. Mr. Sam. E. Ryan,
the celebrated Irish Comedian, will also make
his first appearance here this evening. 'Man
ager Rouse has been at great expense to ef
fect an engagement with these popular stars,
and we know his efforts to please will be lib
erally rewarded by the public. The perfor
*mance, this evening, will commence with that
beautiful five-act play, The lady of Lyons, in
Which Miss Denin will appear as Pauline, and
11r. Jennings as Claude Melnotte. At the
close of this play, Miss Fanny Denham
Will sing the popular song entitled "The
Fl ag of 01 41 - Union Forever." The= entertain
ment will Conclude with the fine Xrish Drama,
The Limerick Boy, with Mr. Sam._Ryan na
Paddy Miles. Rouse's Star Trouie is one of
the beat in - the•country. No better evidence_
of this can be offered than the fact that they,
have attracted immense crowds on
consecutive nights. Go to night. Secure
Yr* mite early, or you may not had ro om '
THE Eighth Anniversary of the Young Men's
Christian Assodation of this city will be held
in the Lutheran Church, to-morrow evening.
Addresses will be delivered by Revs. W. C.
Cattell and F. W. Conrad.
To THE Orrionna OF THE 184TH REGIMENT P.
V.—All officers belonging to the 184th Reg.
P. V., are hereby ordered to report at the
camp of the regiment with their men on e 2
before the Ist of April, 1864. By order of
Tames is a great attraction atSanford's this
week. The great fairy pantomime entitled
Mother Goose will be performed every night,
besides a great variety of ethiopian hits,
songs, dances, short plays, etc. Do not fail
CO. C, FOURTH 4.I2}IANSAS REGIBMIT. —Our
readers will be pleased to learn.that this con];
pany is under the command of bapt. Simon
Gratz, late of this city. This gentleman first
served as First Lieutenant, and was after
wards promoted to a captaincy. The com
pany is stationed at Fort Steele, Little Rock,
ANNIVERSARY Y. M. C. A.—The eight anni
versary of the Young Men's Christian Asso.
dation of this city, will be held to-morrow
(Tuesday) evening, at 7.1 o'clock in the First
English Lutheran Church, on Fourth street.
An address will be delivered by Rev. Mr.
Conrad, from Lancaster and by Rev. W. C.
Cattell, the retiring President, who will also
read the annual report, giving a statement of
the workings of the Association during the
HATS, CAPS AND Fcras. —4. H. Long has
purchased the stook • and :good will of the
Hat and Cap `store fornierly kept by the late
T. J. Burnett, and advertises to-day that he
will be pleased to accommodate the public and
the old customers of the establishment with a
superior supply of the goods peculiar to his
business. Mr. Long was at one time a clerk
in the , same •store;,andis thisrefora well known
to its old customes. We can cheerfully re
commend him as a young man of high bu
siness qualifications and as one who cannot
fail to succeed.
POLICE AFFADIS—Before Alderman Kline.—
The following persons were brought from the
lock-up on Sunday morning, viz: Gwrge
Fisher, G. W. Miller, R. W. Payne and G..
Bowler—drunks. ' -
This morning John Beatty and John Love,
(drunks) were brought forth and discharged.
Charles Jones and James Robinson;. who
registered their names at the Jones Honse,.
were regarded as suspicious characters, and
taken to the lock-up. .
Samuel Palmer and Samuel 31'llenney, con
sidered deserterse.Were arrested, and taken in
charge bi.the m liEary authorities.
Mary Sheely, arrested for vagrancy, was
committed to prison for three dayi.
THE celebrated Gottschalk, who is now
making a farewell tour in this country, prior
to his departure for Rapne, 'will . give a grand
concert in the Court House, this (Monday)
evening. Mr. G. will be accompanied by a
number of musical stars of ;the first magni
tude, who will take'part in the exercises. Mi.
Gottschalk :wills: perform; as we learn. from a
perusal of ,the' programme, sOmepi"..liis Choi
cost compositioni; Mrs. Behrens will sing a
charming bailed by Reichert, and an admired
air from Dornzetti's "Betly;" Habelman's
delightful voice will render Beethoven's "Ade
lade," and that lovely balled of Abt's, "Sleep
well, Sweet Angel f " =whilst Signor Patti is kind
enough to promise us two violin solos. This
ought to be enough to secure a crowded house.
Lscruss ox ism Rterrza or Qr rr s
—The following correspondence between GT
It. Wexner and, citizens: of Harrisburg will
explain itself • •
WARTtywntraG, March 14., 1864.
REV. Jxo. R. WARNER:
Dear Sir:—The undersigned, believing that
it will inspire patriotism, and desiring ever to
hold in grateful memory the' heroeiof the
immortal field of Gettysburg, respectfully re
quest you to deliver in Harrisburg your lec
ture upon that subject.
John J. Pearson, John H. , ,
William Kerr,,.. John Ourwen,.
J. Walker Jackson, .0. A. May, -
Thos. EL Robinson, A. G. chitin,
A. I 2
James Worrell, A. 6` Hiester,
H. C. Alleman, R. R. Reed,
Geo. Bergner, David Fleming,
GETTYSBURG, March 19th, 1864.
GENTLE=N:—I have the honor to acknowl
edge your request, and will deliver my lecture
- upon the incidents of the Three Days' Battle
atonnd Gettysburg:, ,on Monday, March 4tit.
Y 01:1111, ,
J. R. WARNER.
To His Excellency, Gov. Curtin, Hon. Eli
Slifer, Gen. Russell, James Worrell, A. 0.
Mester, and othelrs.
go- From what we have heard of the lecture,
we are led to anticipate a rich treat this
evening. It Was. delivered to an immense au
(Bence in the Ace*My of - Music,
phia,and in the Maryland Institute, Balti
more, where it woriutlie highestpraise from
some of the most distinguished critics and
soldiers in the country. The lecture will be
,repeated this evening in the House of Rep
resentatives. The hall was kindly granted by
the representives, because the lecture is to
CoulrrEararra.—Betoarc of Counterfeits.—At
Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is the only sure
and effectual remedy in the known world for
the permanent cure of .Dyspepsia and Debility,
and as there are a number of imitations of
fered to the public, we would caution the com
munity to purchase none but the genuine ar
ticle, manufactured by S. A. Kimkel,andhas his
,stamp on the top of the cork of every bottle.
'The very fact that others are attempting to
imitate this valuable remedy, proves its worth
and speaks volumes in its favor.
_The Brim Wpm OF I,aos -Is put up in 75
~cfnt and $l,OO bottles, and sold by all re
spectable Druggists thro:ughout the country.
Be part:iota& that every bottle bears the fac
simile of the proprietor's - signature. See
another column. Geneisd Depot, No. us
lisrket street, Harrisbriri, Pa. 12:a
Col. J. H. STOVER
List of Jurors,
DRAWN FOR APRIL TERM, 1864,
Commencing 3fondcty, April 25fh.
Isaac Mumma, Lower Swatara; John Al
corn, Harrisburg; George Bell, do.; Jonathan
Bonawitz, Mifflin; John Buffington, Upper
Paxton; Jeremiah Bressler, Millersburg; John
Bribalter, Halifax; Henry Beader, Harris
burg; J. C. parnitz, d 0..; George Dunn, do.;
John Emrich, do.; Jeremiah Fraim, Dauphin;
Jacob. Houser, Harrisburg; John Hummel,
do.; James Holtzman, Upper Paxton; John
Kieffer, East Hanover; Leonard Kinnard,
Harrisburg; Jacob Moyer, Wiconiscoi Ja-ek
son Rutherford, L. Swatara; John Beam, East
Hanover; Reuben Reigel, tykens; Cornelius
Shreiber, Harrisburg; Theophilus Sheaffer,
do.; Samuel Wagner, East Hanover.
'TRAVERSE JtT2Ol9--PIRS - T WIMK.
Isaac Ackerman, Middletown; Christian Al
lenian, do.; Conrad - Allen:lan, Lower Swatara;
William Bleistein, Wiconisco ; Theodore S.
Bell, Irarrisburg• John R: -Brooks, ao.
jamin Bordner, laifilin; Joseph Cassel Lower
Paxton; Samuel Detweiler,Middletown; Louis
De. Carleton, Harrisburg; Anthony Derr, do. ;
John Etter, Halifax; Samuel. Eshleman, Der
ry;. Henry Enders, Jackson; Jacob Fackler,
S. Hanover; Jacob Gilbert; Nalifax; John W.
Glover Harrisburg; Henry Hollingsworth,
South ilanover ; Adam Hernperly,.Jr., Middle
town; Peter Heckert, Lower Paxton; Alexan-
KoSer, Harrisburg; Isaac . Kiriter, Middle
Paxton; William Leaker, Upper Paxton;
Abraham Landis,. Middletown; Henry Lehr,
Gratz;-J. B. 'Markley, Halifax; Daniel Miller,
Conaway; AlMer. Mash, Halifax; John Nace,
Jack Son;. Aituon .oyster,': Harrisburg;• John
Peck, Swatara; Leonard Poffenberger, Dau
phin; Benjamin Reigal; ;. Jaeob Reiff,
Londonderry; John Stroh, Middle Paxton;
John Stahl, HarrisbUrg; Jonathan Spayd, Jef
ferson ;"' Daniel Strelier, Gratz; George Shif
tier, Derry; Frederick Schuaebly, aarrisburg;
Jonathan Swab, Mifflin; William Trullinger,
Susquehanna; Jonathan Tobias, Mifflin; Solo
mon Umholtz, Lykens; Jacob Walters, Har
risburg; William Sayford, do. ; A. W. Watson,
do.; Thomas Worley, do.-
=WORSE avaous—ancoND wEnx.
Jacob Aispach, Lykens• ' Jacob praumsber
ger. Lower Paxton; John B. Cox, Harrisburg;
J. R. Croft, do.; Ephraim Cobach, Swatara;
Simon Dash, Harrisburg; John Early, West
Hanover; Samuel Fackler, Harrisburg; John
Garrett, Londonderry; John Z. Grove, Derry;
A. B. Hamilton, Harrisburg; Richard Hogan,
Jr., do.; A. 0. Hiester Susquehanna; Levi
Rocker, Swatara,; Jacob : Killinger, Halifax;
Leonard Kunkel, Harrisburg; Jacob Kelm,
East Hanover; William Lebo, Wiconisco;
Jacob R. Lehman, Conewago; Isaac layer,
Upper Paxton; John Nissley, Derry; Isaac
Ober, • Lower Swatara; Abner Rutherford,
Swatara.; Jacob Rodfong, .M.illersburg; Daniel
Ricker, Swatara; John F. Rommel, Jefferson;
John Rupp, Lower SWata.ra; Simon Shark,
Lower Paxton; Jonathan Strohm, East Han
over; Charles A:Snyder, Harrisburg;. George
Schupp, Jefferson; Benjamin. Stroh, Harris
burg; Joseph Strominger, do.; Henry Fecht
moyer, Londonderry; , Michael Wolf, Jr., Ly
kons ; Henry Zimmerman, Lower Swatara.
Ws learh that Capt. H. Chritytnan, has
been authorized (by an orderissue& from the
headquarters of the Department of the Sus
quehana,) to raise a company for , •the First
Battalion, Penn. Vols. This Battalion is in
tended to do, pro - vest duty in the department.
The Battalion has been composed of six
companies, but will now be increased to
ten, or a full regiment. The term of service
vvill be three years, or during , the war. Per-.
sow desirous of joining this organization will
receive all the Government Bounties offered.
Application should, be,made to Capt. q: at the
Provost Maishare office in thitaity.
• Sranro.--:-The , Bpiing is fruit
fill to-day with , proirdSe. The" innocent little
songster, 'the blue bird, has 'come again to
greSto. Robin red
.breast, with filioheerftrl
song, is sporting from tree to treeisnd vegeta"
tion in a few dayE•will express 'gladness in'
flowers and beauty. The cheap Dry Goods
Store of C. L. Bowman ' No. 1, corner of
Front and Market streets, is also receiving
daily new Spring goods. - -
BANNVART'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,
Por„ the , cru:e • otToarseness, Throat Dis
eases, * le., are specially recommended to
ministers, singers anclpersons whose irbeilliai
calls them:td !flit:akin pine. lisaiiiia44ed
only by o.'A. — Banrevart Hairiiburg,
Pa-, to whom all orders should be addressed:
SOld by drUggist every where. - • '
Read the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen:
- ILLummume, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C: 'A. Bow' eirr:--Dear Sir:: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lbzenges
and other, preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in Ijith them
all, can cheerfully corn end your own as a
most ; adroirable specific speakers
, and singers, in cases of hostruness, coughs
and _colds. I have found - themm - iierving in
time of need, most effectually. -
Yours truly, T. H. ROBINSON, _
Pastor. of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
0/1-I agree with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Bannvart's Bronchial Troches.
W. C.,CATTRT , T.,
Late Pastor of 0. S.
Amami:Ow, Jan., 1888.
To C. A. ilinnvimr-,-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
#nt, and that want has been supplied in your
I consider , them very far s uperior to any
Lozenges that I. have ever used, in removing
speedily East husliness of the voice arising
from its too frequent use, and' impairing the
effectiveness, of the dtlivery of public ad
&wises. Youl's, Ate.,
JNO. WALKER JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
To C.. 4. 13Amrves4 , —_Dear Sir: Having used
your Bronchial Troches, I am free to say they
are the bastd , 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, ft.c., - G. G. 'RAEESTRAW,
Paster of Ridge Avenue llethodist Qhurch.
DISTRICT'ATTORNEY'S OF ICE,
HARRISBURG, Feb. 29, 1864. 1 .
To C. A. BAingrAirr---Dear I have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthening the
muscles of the throat. They impart clearness
'to the voice,. and are certainly of great bene
fit to all public speakers. A. J. HERR
Mrs: Ball's Remedies.
I take this method'•of cheerfully thanking thti public
for-poet favors, and Ball sellcit their kind attention to my
medicines.... To tell of all the wonderful cured I have been
able tOperformwould be .ImPowible. I would call the
attention of the Wiles particularly to this valuable medi
cine. I think I cart:safely say it is the very best offered
to them. It will regulate the whole system; caiu be
taken at any time; no fear need be apprehended in re
gard to ' I have - also a valuable Salve to kill .proud
flesh, and another -to draw and heal. This has healed
sores thatliave run 20 years. My Dysentery Drops, In
fant cordial and Cough Drops have been well tried. I
need say nothing in • their favor. I have conStantly 'on
hand those Medicines and Salves. MRS. L: BALL,
ma to No. 27 South Pine street, XarilriOttr,tr
11.06 p Skirts! -Hoop Skirts!
The Cheapest Hoop Shirts is Harrisburg.
A splendid skirt.for 75 eta - -
A much better skirt for 11.
Calicos; a fine assortment for spring.
French ginghams, Ilanchester.gingharns.
Bleached and unbleached muslin from New. York Auc
1,000 yards plaid silks at. $l, worth $1 60.
200 yards plain brown silk at. $1 37, worth $1 75.
200 yards black silk at $l.
Black silk at ap prince.
A very large apartment of new dress goods.
800 dozen of Stockings and Socks, all prices. -
The best stockings in the city at 25 cents.
Cassimeres for men and boys' wear.
Cloaks for spring.
Wishing to reduce our stock, which is very largem ow
we will offer great Inducements to buyers. S. LEWY.
BRANT'S:RAU,. BRANT'S if,ALL.
Combination Dramatic -Company,
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic, Company,
CROWDS TURNED FROM THE DOORS UNABLE TO
The , manager takes great rileasura in announcing td his
patrons and the publietenerally,.ttat: he haSetrecteil an
engagement with the • •
-- . •
GIFTED AMERICAN TRAGEDrENNE
1,11:78 KATE DENIN ' MISS KATE DENIN
MISS KATE DENIN MISSAATKDKNIN
MIS KATE DVW 4f42,1 g.AN OENIN
POPULAR - IRISH COMEDIAN
MR. S. .E.'itYAN, MR. S. N.
MR. S. E. RYAN; MR. S. B. itrelbr,.
MR. S. E. Ryin . ,_ MR.-S. M RrAir,
who witlappear this evening in the two popular pieces
LADY OF LYONS, - - -.LADY OF LYONS,
LADY OF LYONS, LADY OF. LYONS,
LADY OF - LYONS,: - LAM OF TrYDNS,
and. the favorite Farce, called the - "
LIMERICK BOY: -LIMERIOIGBOM• ;:
LIMERICK BOY LBIERICKit4Y2 :
; bniKRICK BOY
The whole company in the bill.
Secure Seats erid.`o3mti Batik.
For particulars see small bills. jari2s
N-E W. NA TI ONAL H A I L,
SCORNER OF SECOND AND SOUTH STREETS.)
Q E NING NIGHT',
THIS .1110ND.&Y, MAACK. 28TH. •
MR. HITCHCOCK respectfully announces
to the. public. and citizens of Harrisburg that the
above new and elegant place of amusement will operr,Ori
Monday evening next, having been fitted up , in the 'most
costly style, with all the modern improvements. Also
NEW AND SPLENDID. SCENERY,
painted expressly for this hall, by LW, Seavey, Scenic
Artist of Rouse's Star Company, by the kind permission
of W. Rouse, Esq. The entertainment Will be first-class,
and none but the best performers will be engaged.
The performances this evening will comprise
GEMS OF NEGRO MINSTRELSY,
BURLESQUE AND FARCE,
The whole to oniclude with the laughable Pantomime
of . •
Will appear In his celebrated character of the CLOWN,
(.introducing new. and splendid scenery, new acts, ap
pointments and costumes. • • -
THIS IIGNDAY,.*Iii.OH 28.
wldmission. . ........ 25 cents
LOrehestri Seats` - ` fie c ,
Seats In " 1 00
The performance will commence 04 o'clockpre.
SANFO.RI)7S•II . 4.IA( . :
THIRD STRIOT PEW*: MARE stmErr; - .t.
MONDAY, EVENING, IL4IIOI - 1 28,
And ev , eq'Fvinnlig • until. .rnithtn. Noticy.
FUN. FOR THE MILLIO.N
First Night of the Magnificent Fairy Speetaele s
.310THER - GOOSE':
With entirely new scenery tricks, itiagioqrantrormations
Mr. &intend has
,spared neither pains nor expense in
gettiti&up this Pantomime in the utmost style of
PrevioUs to 'the Pantomime
THE OPERA DIFRIQUEI.
as presented at this"modelestablishment, is: the• general,
theme of admiration: Ihisicej critic* are hi eestacies
with the vocal powers of 'the singing - portion of this
GREAT STAR TROUPE ' .
• . First appearance . of
Miss JULIA SANFORD..
Concluding s with
Arranged and Produced. by S. S. SANFORD.
Old Mother Goose J Williams
ANNETTE, in love with Colin, (her first
appearance in two years Miss jIILIA L SANFORD
Colin C Villiers
Squire 8ug1 . 0.. i . ... StaffPi*
Avero 'i• .• • ' Myers
Beadle ' . Hell
. Other Characters by the'Comperiy, , •-
Opening-chorus: arrest of Mother Goose and her
Goosoy Gander; take her to the Ducking Pond; Solo—
Squire Bugle; Solo:4Mother Goose the grasshoprier chir
rups; Colin and Annette with the Golden Egg.
GRAND CHANGE BY MOTHER GOOSE.
Cohn t 0... - . Harlequin
Squire Bugle to
Ave to to.
NOW THE FUN COMO:SNOBS!'
MISS. JULIA SAXFORD
will dance THE ORIGINAL SPIDER. DANCE.
Grand Allegorical Display of Revolving Gems
IN TEE JEWELLED' GAVE OF BEAUTY.
The whole Stage in revoleing motion, surrounded by
Red Green and Rine Fires. ; • •
aa-Thii scene alone is produced at a cost of Two
Hundred Dollars. The mechanical effects were made at
the Lagle Works in this city, under the superintendence
of Hr. SanfOrdi. The same scene as produced in the
Savoy: Sisters of Laura. R.twee's Theatre, New s Yerk. •
SANFORD , AND TILOUrE.
Orchestra Seats can; be procured in advance'at Bann
',iarva Drug Store.
Doors open at 6%. Commence to B. .
Police always in attendance to preserve order.
- .Admittance 25 cents.
Orchestra chairs, 60 cents. •
Private boxes, entire, $5 each; Single seats, $1 each.
CiNTEItBURY MUSIC HALL.
WALNUT ST., BELOW THIRD..
OPEN EVERY TV'ENING,
With a Firet-olais Company of '
RUTGERS, DANCERS, COMEDIANS, O.
Admission. .16 miter
Rests in Boxes
.......... 26 a
FRENCE BEANS --A rare-article, just re
:: calved BI3ISLER & FRAZER,
faba ' - (saccemom to Wm. Dock, Jr ag..C 1 .0 )
.0310TCE SALMON.— FINE SMOKED
0 smai.6, just received at .
SKEStiR & Maiii: o '
foto ' (stOilikra to 'Wm. Dock, jr., it .)
. . .. .
KUNEEPSIIITTEIi WINE IRON.
. . .
PURE and poNierftil_,TONiC C
and- Alterative of wendelfel efficacyin diseases of
the STOILACEi t - -LWM anditOVEla .
• •• . ' •
Liver Complaints r . Tr - t
Headache, General ,
Debility, Nervolisness, De
premien of Spittle; Constipation' ,
Intermittent lever , aridity of the
Stomach' NineeeseEtsuirtbuna, Dimwit:lr
Food, Fulleesa or Weight in the Stomach;
Sinking or Puttering et the Pit of the 'Stomach ,
Swimming of the Head, Difficult Breathing, Yellow:
ores of the Skin and Eyea,p'ever and Dull pains in the
Head, rain in. .the: Side, Hick, Chest and
will .cure every ease .of Qhroitin , or :Nervous
The most beneficial mullein° known.; gives, better, satia-
Diction and cures more diseases than any other News
lion offered to the Public.' Prepared solely - 1:13 , 5. A. R.
KEL & BRO., 1/8 MarlW.strept, flarriabarg.
For sale by lYrogitsfe and Dealers eyelimPuim.
Warr DEWY/WI I
Applicable to . alll
Boot and Shoe Kan
Agents In Philad
AN ASSORTMENT OF
,OVER 100„ STYLE' S
POCKET BOOKS, PURSES
FOR LADIES AND:GENTLEMEN,
Drag and Farm; Goods. Sibre,
No. 91 Market street. . .
The best Noroeoe
TRAVELING "SATC,N ELS',
And a general variety of FANCY GOODS, suitable for
iPreseine, now ouPstud at KELLER'SfDrua Store,
onaio-tr. . No. 91 - Market street.
Cloth*, Camp, anit„l4arajgal liquippage;
rivimE ' , allowing list of o . oi4dekti.ecl Clothing,
1. Camp and Garrison Equippage be , sold Ot•Publio
Auction, on Wednesday, March 30th, 1364, at. 10 O'clock,
1. 14, at the Depot of Clothing and . Eqiipilage, at Camp
Harrisburg, Pa., viz:
227 Painted Ponchos .
84 Woolen Blankets.
34 Camp Kettles. -
281 Hospital Bunks:(wooden.)
222 CoMmon Tents. ...
' 36 .Wall Taws. - _
z 23 Wall Tent Flies.
1 Sibley Tent.
Payment required in C. S. Treasury Notes. •
.11ENItY C. ROGRIV,
_Captain. and A . Q. Si Vols.
Harrisburg, Pa., March 18, 1.864.
GRE ATLY RTIDUCED. snbecriber
can Punish plants or the LAWTON BLACK
BERRY, huge, thrifty, bearing plants, at 75 cents per
dozen; $5 per 100; .
CURELITIE, -White and : Ded, bearing plants,. at 20 eta
beach; sl-75 per dozen. -
HOUGHTON'S SEEDLING GOOSEBERRY, hearhl2
plants, 20 cents each; $1 75 per dozen. T. NISH
Exrarona Nuaszarr le 1864.' . •
..... .sole Lgeee
Evergreen Trees..' •
RNO WAYFIR, SCOTCH ITS,
Balsa= Fir, -- Sfiver Fir, •
English Yew and Evergreen. Shntbs,
Tree Box, . Mationts dqusfolia
• Irish Yew' kc., ac.
March 18, 1864.
' - tapas . S 9 1d a!:'Wholtals - oVietialttilow prim.
Petitllty, Diseases of the Kidneys and
Diseases arising from a - dilmidered
Stomach,' Good for. Mile
or Female, Old
Useful and Valuable
lb' 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
. 111TPERFOR TO A NY
Adhesive Preparations known.
Hammes frisounnat Cznawr Is a new
thing, and the -result 9f, years of
study; Its combhiation is on
A new thing.
And tinder no cimamstances or
.• ' , go of; teximoratunii, will It be
corrit.t or omit any ofibnsive
BOOT Alm MOE,
Manufacturers, using Machines, will
I and it. *the best article known
Cementing for the Chahnels, it works
without delay, is not erected by any
change of temperature.
Will And it sufficiently adhesive for
their nee, es has been proved.
It it Especiany Adapted to Leather,
Aldine claim as an especial .matit.
that it sticks Patchett to Bolts and
Shoes autticiently atro without
Istitching. . • '• •
It is the only
10 (11.11- C CE N 2
Bilant that la asurethlag for mm 4;
It.la a liquid.
144:articles of Household e,lV°rY'
« • - .
HILTOWS IssoLusts Omar&
Is hosolnolelit unmet* 624 '
Ifitrod's Irecininusi CMICIINT
_ AdltOtTo oily ofilm t 000 !o. •
Viuttki or ifaimfac
tutor's Pseliages from 2 ounces to 100
ef• ' • ": = •
' BROM &CO ti 3 ' f
Providence, R L
Pi . nis.
• • • • LAING & MAGINNLS.
Emu :'and LOT OF - QIIOI7IOID
- .. , NWtseconitstnnt. Good fruit lieektn: W
e LOT laide, situate en*Bitil steat
LOT 20 feet wide, situate on Third street.
The above are very desirable properties, and aiti i
sold at reasonable rates. Inquire of J. B. BOYD,
Second street, nazi door to Presbyterian Church .
ALBRECHT, RlS ; _it ACHIM'S
SOLE AG.MrCY' AT W. • jr.A 7 O effEST
93 Market street, Harrisburg.
FMI REASONS perfectly satisfactory it
Intasta• I have taken the agency of the above mos
excellent Pianos. The public is invited to come and ,ex
amine for themselves. • •••
A filVairiotnackerA Co's Pianos on hand yid: Wilf bt
sold IffPnu • : • • mitr2s-tf
DzEtitikll36l7 211.& SCEiWCTEE/Crikii.
CitilE64Blp4l, PA.y /41Th 24 : 1564.
GENERAL ORDERS,'" "''
trTHORITY hdming been granted 'by tiv2
War DepartMent,-to tbe Commanding General of du
Departmentsif the Susquehanna, the Ist Battalion, Three
:Vane Pennsylvania Volunteers, (formerly Six Months'
Dols,).consisting. of Six Companies: mustered - into the
Mated States Service for Throe - fears; or during the War,
lsinalmotzed to recruit to. Ten--Companies - of :the mami
' This Batadion is on provost duty is this Department
and it offers a good opportunity to those persons whc
have been in the service, and hare been honorably Ms
charged, to re-enter, and to those of good character whc
hare not been in, the service to t enter the same. Only
those known to the, Recrarting.Ogicers, and persons an
thorized to recrait,:as being reliable and trustworthy wits
be-received, make nature of the duty this Battalion h
rattled upon LC.Citert.olMl such that it requires soldiers in
sthom the commanding ollicerscan place confidence.
Persons taking gdvantaga of :the benefits arising from
enlistments in, this Battalion will receive the bounties
paid by thet k ovartunent as authorised in existing Orders
The offlcerannustam men who. have had some, expe
rience In inilitary service, - 'intelligent and. of good
charactef;antordy those bringing the requisite number
of,Men and *sousing the above modifications will te-ro
60mMended to the Governor of the State for commis-
Recruits.nd parsons having squads of recruits wilt
report to (:apt... Gee. W. Merrick, Ist Battalion, Three
Years' Va. Vohs., and Recruiting Officer for the' same, at
Applications to eater this Battalion must be made at
once, that the companies.may be Wed and organized be
Ilk° Ulu Istor Allattext—after which date the addi
tional Governmentrbountles, as now 'paid, will be discon
tinued, and only, the One Hundred Dollars bounty will be
paid, as provided by the act approved My 22, 1861.
By command of Major General Contm:
JOHN S. SHULTZE,
Assistant Adjutant General.
PARRE.LL, tt CO
510 MINOR STREET,
.LY.L DOUBLE STRENGTH
MANILLA. PAPER, 4:::1F ALL SIZES.
on hand or made to order.
Ifighest price pail for rope in large or smelt (Plantl
ties. • " riorl-413in
A PLOT of GROUND, with a front - of 65
feet - on Montgomery Street and fronting 125 feet
on Kerr 'street- and 85 feet on Plum alley, by OHO.
SHOOP, corner Second and:Mulberry atreets. m25-dlw •
MOSES FI,ECK respectfully announces to
XI X the Public that be is prepared to do all kinds of
HEAVY HAULING at reasonable rates. Horses and carts'
furnished by the day or athgleload. All orders left at the
Second Ward House, corner of Chestnut and Second
streets, will be promptly attended to. mardi-dim
The subscriber (Orem for sale.the stook and fixtures of
his well known lynoumALE LIQUOR STORE AND
RECTIFYING E3TABLI‘GbrENT. .He will sell the whole
or part of the stockiantithe •entire fixtures. The busi
ness has been carriwKon aticiut.flfteep years, and is well
established. With the store lircomitected a Good "COPPER
STILL." It is situated on Canslstreet; between Pcnnsyl
anis railroad and canal, and. - has a private siding suitable
Ibr forwarding purposes Possesaiba given immediately,
and lease given for from one to tertyiuns. Terms to suit
purchasers. For Partlitir information apply on the pre
mises to f0ir024;43. GEO.V..EUNKEL.
IWILL sell , itt•Private Sale,. my FARM,
containing 73:Atios , all in complete order, 6 miles
east of Harrisburg,' near the . Jonestown road. A large
wisntity of Eaymid.Straw. will go along with the Farm.
.Enquire on the prernlses.
COFFEE, SUGAE AND MILK.
PERSONS making up hOxes_to send to their
friends in he army, will find this an elegant article;
one pa*, making forty cups ,of cone, equal to any Java
cod' eec and with little labor. For sale at
SHISLER & FRAZER, .
(successor Wm. Pock, Jr., & Co.).
TAR FOR - SALE; •
"VLF! the Barrel, Keg. and . Qin, at the. Ware
j." honthof the Old Wallower Line, Chestnut street
wharf. [marli-dlw] DAN'L. A. MIIENCH, Ag't.
Fore the Erection of Fifty Dwelling , "Houses.
Hattarsacrao, Marc]; 11, 1864.
PROPOSALS are invited for the building
of Sire blocks of ten biases each, of wood or brick,
to be located on the grounds of the Loelnel Iron Mill
Plans and specifications may be, seen at the office of
' illiani Colder.
froposids Rill bo received for one or more blocks until
Address proveals COLDER, r...
marll-drapl2 Chairman Building Committee
Arattrasses spring-Beds CoinfortA I.
VALK VslAv HAIR TOP itIATTRASSES.
Palm Leaf Cotton Top Mallatiast.s_ .
Corn Beek Mattrasseit
-* • Patent Spring, Slat Beds.
Feather Pillotra and BolMera.
Cotton Comforts and Spreads. -
Ladies' , Willow Work Stands.
Carpet Camp SWols.
Door Rugs, Carpet Klimek&
Iron Bedsteads, latest pattern,
N. 8.--Sofas, Lounges, Ctishionse Chang and Mottos;
Yepaired. Bair and Spring Mattrasses Made to order. No
109 Market street, - Harrisburg; Pa.
Steam Saw MI for Sale or Rent.
MEM undertigned offers for sale a desirable
MILL IHOPERTY, situated on the Susquehanna
"river, at Duncan's Island, fifteen miles West of Harris
burg. This Ticiperty has the advantage of a Timber
Market, and is aroaritile by caual or railway. The mill is
geareddn the most improved style, with a good (Morris &
Co.) engine, which drives two Cate Saws, one with forty
-and the other with eighty feet of carriage; also, three
'circular saws for the manufacture Of Shingles, Lath and
The above property for sale or rent on reasonable terms.
For particulars address by mail„3rl in person, on—
' JOSEPH SMlTH.firmean's Island, -
nvenne P. 0. Pa.
To Railroad ContraOm's.
'PROPOSALS are invited for the Gradtuv,e ,
mon, Masonry, Bridge Sdperstnieture, /Mast,
CreasTies and Track Laying of the PITTSBURG AND_
CONNBLLSVTUR RAILROAD, between ' .
ConnearriUs and catiriberlaltd
Embracing a distance of atioei EIGHTY-SEVEN buT,ER,
in sections of - about one mile eiob. Bpecifkattionswig be •
!ready at the Company's Office in Pittsburg, on and after
the 28th of MARCIE current, and proposals will be re
ceived until the.lOth of APRIL ensuing
BENJ. IL LATILOBE,
Office P & C. R.. 11.
Pittsburg, Match 15,1884
- - FOR SALE.
..A PLOT of Ground, fronting on Chestnut
JUL street 52 feet 6 inches, running along Dewberry
allay 210 feet to. Cherry alley, with 4 frame hone& En- "
quire 9f Enssufwitfi tval M'FADDEN.
TINE Wardrobe, new; (Me_ Cooking Stove
A../ with itpparatas; Penkter nrult4l4oog; one riieftl
- and Book Case, &a. Can beoseenty caning' on
mar 26 _ 7 ; JACOB curLL.
e lot oi Green
jags,A PPLEjmi received at SI Ai'.PLEg A f a ,
=sage & mars.
Mad B 3 3A.1CC9P40 61 3 1 3 V AelitJe,a di)
CHRL4TIANI . 4I7NTZ
J. T. BARIZITZ.