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tdcertisentents ordered in the regular
Evening Edition are inserted in the Morn
ing Edition without extra charge.
TEIREE hundred thousand dollars worth of
Nvatcll:3 and jewelry. See W. Forsyth &
co. - s advertisement, in anothei column.
BANNvAaT's Bronchial Troches for hoarse
ness and throat diseases, for sale at Dr. Miles'
Drug store, corner Third and North streets, and
Dr. Win. IC Egle's Drug store, Ridge Avenue.
Tme celebrated crystal spectacles properly
adjusted to the eye ; microscopes from 100 to
700 diameter ; tower telescopes, field glasses,
defining an object from one to ten miles, and
all kinds of optical, mathematical and philo
gopineal instruments at Bosendale's Optical
Tnstiinte, 8 'Market Square. Artificial eyes
inserted. Send for a circular ! janBdti..
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
To City Subteribors.
City subscribers who intend to change their
Often 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 plac - es. By giving
this notice the proper attention, conffision
may be avoided. mar 284 W
Tio Senate has passed finally the bill to
incorporate the Oak UM Cemetery Associa
tion, of Millersburg, in thig county.
have heard of several cases of pocket
picking that occurred this week. A majority
of those robbed were soldiers.
THE river has been "on the rise," 'clueing
the pad day or two; caused by the snow and
rain which fell upon the face. of poor Old
Mother Earth last week. --
Scow commenced falling last night,- and
continued up to noon to-day. ,The stteets and
pavements are covered with slush to the depth
of several inches. Capital weather for moVingl
Philadelphia paper says that this disease was
very fatal in Vermont 50 years ago, aid tlat
baths of the steam of boiling hemlock boughi,
the patient at the same time 'drinking. hOt
hemlock tea, were resorted to with uniform
HARRISDITIIG AND TILE DEAST.--ACCOrdi:pg to
official documents in the hands 'of the `nits
authorities, Harrisburg has but twenty:two
recruits to raise, to fill its quotas .under all the
calls that have been made' : for volunteerS.
No doubt our city will yet be enableoo
escape the draft, by supplying the requisite
number of men.
Ws learn that Captaii Gilman, Who l has
been stationed here for some time past, is to
take charge, temporarily, of the stib`sistence
depot at Baltimore. .Captain Sullivan, .wlio
has had charge of that post, has been ordered
to relieve Capt. Kellogg, of San Francisco,
who will be transferred to BaltimOre.
Gilman will have charge of the depot at the
latter place until the arrival of Kellogg,
TELE Alt= .Hosmit.—During 1116 past
week there were admitted into the various Uni
ted States Army HoSpitals in this Department ;
369 soldiers; "returned to duty, 293; died, 25;
remaining, 3,136. The latter are distributed
as follows: Chester, 58: Chambereburg . ,
16; Camp Curtin, 80; Fort Igifflin," 13; Sum
mit House, 138; Sixty-fifth and Vin4,.oc);
Islington Lane, 26; Officers . ; ':10; Sateerlee,
856; South Street, 127; ld'Olellan, 292; Chris
tian Street, 131; Broad an PriMe, 76;., , Guy1er,
249; Turner's Lane, 185 i Chesnut Hi145,0i
Convalescent, 309. •
Hurencocies National . Hall hilsAprcive t t
great attraction. Large crowds haVeAlit:ffted
it nightly since the opening. , The perform
ances are said to be excellent—the Members
of the troupe all using every effort to please
the public. Mr. Hitchcock has'been fortu
nate in securing the services 'of a splendid
company, and we anticipate for-him a brilliant
eareer,..as proprietor of the beautiful hail ort
Second street. It has been fitted up in' the
very best style. Go te.'Hitehdeck's, and take
a peep at the beautiful scenery, as well as to
witness the fine acting of the troupe.
Wu or Unix. SAm's.—We received this
morning a communicati6i); signed by "One of
Uncle Sam's," discussing the cowardly
which took`place about two weeks ago, in the
arrest of a boy at Brant's Hall, for drunkerineks
and disorderly conduet. In the
boy was not drunk, and a more ilk:441;10y
cannot be found in the city. ln' the;•second
place, the military on diity have. 110
authority for the arrest of citizens: • They are
merely plaCed on guard at the'N;arions''Unise's
of amusement for the protection of the cit
izens, and to arrest all solgiers who 'nay: be
disorderly. In the third place, no soldiervould
be guilty of knocking a boy speechless with
the butt end Of a musket. If the genuliliad
the authority to arrest a civilian, why was the
boy so promptly released from their custody?
The father of the boy, we uncletstand, ias
placed the guard, as well as hisisuperlonollfeer,
under bail for their appearanCe*Ontt to
answer the charge of assault and l battem'and
we-have no doubt that they-will be-eSiivieted
of the offence. We have.ne ansiwei 2 to make
-to the balance of the coMmtinie4ien.
author would send it to Col. Bamford, he
might be relieved from duty for some qiiihe
end take lodgings in the guard :hens& *is
reference to his superior is not very'
to that offteer.
ItomaxcE or VIE Patriotism,
Perfidy, Desertion, - Dissimulation, Detection,
Deception, Arrest_ and Detention of an Arrant
Knave, Caward.and Traitor.—Some few years
ago, a young maniiving his name as John E.
Force, and hailing from New York, arrived at
and announced his intention of making
Wilkesbarre his home. Force was what is so
frequently described as " a young man of fine
address." He was plausible and pleasing;
possessed of the wit necessary to sharpen vil
lainy, and soon won the confidence of the too
credulous people of the locality which he had
selected as his home. To show how popular
Force had madelaimself in a short time, it is
only necessary to say that he secured by elec
tion one of the most lucrative offices in the
gift of the people of Luzerne county. In this
position he extended his acquaintance to the
most eminent men at the bar in that county,
taking rank with them in society, and wield
ing a large share of influence in the local
politics of that region. At this period in the
career of Force, the shareholders' rebellion
was precipitated, and among the first to an
nounce a willingness to march and fight for
the supremacy of the national authority, was
our hero. By a system of false pretence he
managed to get a commission as a second
lieutenant, and came to Harrisburg, where lie
flourished immensely in the copperhead
circle peculiar to this locality. While here
he wrote to a confidential friend in IVilkesbarre
that his object was to keep in the good graces
of the Governor, until he had "gotten things
all right." What he meant by getting "things
all right," his correspondence does not indi
cate. But shortly after he had wrttten the
letter; Force was honorably discharged from
the regiment, the officers thereof baring pro
cured said discharge solely to get rid of him.
Force's reason for desiring au honorable dis
charge was that he ~,desired to marry a girl
who would not have him unless he retired
from. the service with credit. The officers of
the regiment were willing'to allow him to do
so, merely to get rid of him; as he had shown
himself a villain and a coward with Whom
they shrank from associating.
Immediately on Force's return toWilkesbarre,
he took the Most ultra grounds against those
in authority, assailing the polioy to crush re
bellion, denouncing the men at the head of
the nation, and in every possible manner
seeking to bring the Government into disre
pute. This was in 1863, and in the conscrip
tion then being made, Force was drafted.
Immediately he then set to work to render
the draft-odious, by issuing all sorts of printed
appeals : o the peOple drafted,. urging them to
resist tfi'd Officers or - fly to Canada, where they
would be out of reach of "the Lincoln des
potism.", Having created all the mischief
'possible Force himself left Luzerne county,
going direct to Canada, where his life of ro
Marshal Bradford, determined to capture
Force, if possible, wrote to Provost Marshal
Clement in this city, for a sagacious de
tective officer to work up the case and catch'
the sneaking rogue. Immediately detective
officer Franklin was detailed for this import
ant duty, as being the ablest of the detectives
connected with this department. After pro
ceeding to Scranton to confer withlhe officers
at that ri,pst e Detective Franklin at once
took , passage for Canada. Stopping at Buffalo
to make 'certain arrangements with the United
States officers there, Franklin "crossed over"
and at length found himself on "British soil."
The first caution to be taken, was to steer
clear of the extradition laws of England, which
are severe in their penalties, and which the
British are zealously prompt in putting in
force against loyal American citizens. Learn
ing that large numbers of deserters from the
American armies were rendezvoused at St.
Catharines, Canada West, officer Franklin
took the cars for that locality., .He reached St.
Catharines on the 30th of January, 1864.
After securing lodgings and announcing him
self as a deserter from the Federal army, he
sooniell in with Force. As their acquaintance
was ripened into a sort of friendship, and as
mutual sympathy was created from what ap
peared as like hardships borne by each, the
confidence of Force in Franklin became un
bounded. Franklin stated that •he was the
owner of a valuable printing
office in Ohio,
mhichhis wife was about to Sell, and then he,
ais wife and her sister, intendedto proceed to
Australia, where they would be free from the
tyrannies of the Yankee Government. All
this time,Franklin was receiving letters which
purported to come from his wife. These let
ters were written by Franklin himself,
and dispatched to Buffalo, and then re
mailed as if they had come from the ideal wife
of the detective. As Franklin received these
letters in Canada, he read them to Force,
breathing great affection, and entering heart
ily into the plan of a removal to Australia.
Force was led to believe, as he read these let
tera,-that, "Mrs. Franklin" was one of the best
.of wives living. In the course of ''the
correspondence, it was, made to transpire
that Mrs. Franklin had a sister, who
becmnetinterested.in whather brother-in-law
had written concerning Lieut. Force. As the
correspondence went on, it was arranged that
Force should accompany Franklin to Aus•
tialia, while at the same time it was slily hint
ed that the maiden =in question might possibly
become tlie,wifc of gorce,. This was luring
Force by a hope in Hymen's joys which he
little deetned were so'so6ii to be destroyed.—
All the while the traitor was unbosoming him
self to the detective. He confessed how he
had assisted in forging naturalization papers
to carry the election in Pennsylvania—how he
had aided drafted, men to escape to Canada—
how he had written and printed scur
rilous-handbills against the constitutional au
thorities, and how he had done all he could to
bring this Government to reproach and4diS
When the plant were all understood at
Buffalo—and when Franklin had gotten pos-'
session of all the-papers and correspondence
of Force establishing his guilt, it was arranged
to start for New:York, there to. meet Mrs.
Franklin and her ; lister, and thence immedi-:,
ately to start for Australia. Franklin had ar
ranged a signal with the FroYat Marshal at
Buffalo, so that on the arrival of tho party
in that city, the Provost Marshal was on hand,
prepared to act. Franklin and Force were on
the way to the depot to take the cars for New
York.. In the depot Franklin gave the signal,
and at once both he -and Force were seized
and hand-cuffed. The reader can imagine
the consternation of Force. It is also ne
cessary to state here that the detectives did
not know Franklin, nor were any of the of;
ficers except the Provost Marshal, acquainted
with the merits of the case. After being taken
to the Marshal's office, Fianklin insisted that
be was an officer inthe army, but no deserter,
.and warned the Marshal how he proceeded.
Franklin also advised the Marshal to be care
ful how he treated Force. Finally Force was
ordered to close confinement for a farther
hearing, and only after the Imave and . ren
egade had left the room, did the Provost
Marshal •of Buffalo announce to his asso
ciate officers that Franklin was neither a de
serter or a criminal, but a vigilant, faithful
and valuable . officer like theinselves. Of
course the surprise was great. The officers con
gratulated Detective Franklin on his course,
while the Marshal paid him the highest com
—lf we had the room and the time, we
would like to transcribe and reproduce the
correspondence of .:Franklin with his imsgi
nary wife—as well as that which Force had
with some of his copperhead friends in Scran
ton and Wilkesbarre. There are letters ad
dressed to Force while in Canada,. (of course
With an assumed- name,) ' the publication of
which would remove the veil from sev
eral Democratic hypocrites in Scranton and
Wilkesbarre; and it is probable that we may
yet give these letters to the people.
Tun CONCERT by Gottschalk and troupe; on
Monday night, was a grand success. A large
audience, composed of the elite of the city,
was present. The reputation of Gottschalk
led the people to expect something of more
than ordinary merit, and those expectations
were more than realized. Mr. G. stands at
the head of his profession either as a com
poser or performer, and has no equal. Those
who •accompany him are all first-class musi
cians, and their concerts are such as warrant
the attendance.of the highest circles of society.
This evening a second and last concert will
be given at the Court House. This is Gotts
chalk's farewell concert here. All who desire
to see him, ere he departs for Europe, should
go to this entertainment. There is a choice
programme, consisting of the best composi
tions of Gottschalk and other eminent com
posers. Do not fail to go ,to the Court House
this evening. Secure your seats early, at
Knoche's music store, or you may not obtain
a suitable position. . _
SomemarmNEwl--Great Attraction /—Man
ager Rouse is placing the citizens 'of Hanis
burg under lasting ctbligations to him, for his
numerous successful efforts to place before
them the most popular plays of the age ; ;He
is Continually producing something new. 'ln
addition to the introduction of the • famous
stars, Kate Denin and' Sam. Ryan, Mr. Rouse
-will this evening present for the first timiihe
great thrilling and absorbing play; entitled
East Lynne, or The Earl's Daughter, as drama
tized by Miss Denin. This is a play that
paints an affecting moral, and should be wit
nessed by everybody. Look at the grand cast
of characters, viz: .
Archibald Carlyle, Mr. J: W. Jennings; Sir
Francis Levison, Mr. J. F. Crossen; Richard
Hare, Mr. W. Ware; Lord Mount Severn, Mr.
W. H. Hardie; Justice Hare, Mr. C. F. F.
Hall; Mr. John Dill, Mr. J. Smythe; Officer,
Mi. Harrison; William, little Allie Jennings;
Isabel and Madame yine, Miss 'Kate Denin;
Barbara Hare, (with song,)ldisstiumy Den
ham; Joice, Mrs. J. W. Jennings; Miss Cor
nelia Carlyle, Miss A. Wilford; Mrs. Hare,
Miss IL Aglon; Wilson, Mrs. J. Dunn; Su—
sanne, Mrs. Duell. •
The entertainment will conclude with the
laughable farce, 'entitled An. Object of Inte
Hoop Skirts! Hoop Skills!
The Cheapest Hoop Skirts In liar
A splendid skirt for 75 cts.
A much better skirt for $l.
Calicos; a fine assortment for spring.
French ginghams, Manchester ginghams.
' Bleached and unbleached muslin from New York Atm.
1,0/0 yards plaid silks at $l, worth $1 50.
200 yards plain brown silk at $1 37, worth $1 75:
200 yards' black silk at $l.
Black silk at all prices.
A very large assortment of new dress goods.
800 dozen of stockings and socks, all peek*.
The best stockings in the city at 20 cents.
Caisimeree for men and boys' wear.
Cloaks for spring. -- -
Wishing to reduce our stock, which is very largo now
we Will offer great inducements to buyers. S. LEWY.
APHYSIOLOGICAL view of. MARRIAGE,'
containing nearly SOO pages, and 130 One Oates and
Diu:wings of the "Anatoiny of the SetuarCirgans in a
state of Health and
Abuse, its Deplorable Consequence upon. the Mind and.
Body, with the Anthoes'rian of Treatment—the only
rational and successful mode of sure, as showoy the re
port of cases treated. A. truthful athiser to the married,'
and those contemplating marriage, who entertain'doubts
of their physical condition. Sent free of poiitaga to any
address, on receipt of 25 cents, in stamps or postal cur
rency, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, No. 811raition Lane,
Albany, N. Y. mar-Plaw3m
Coughs and Colds.,
The sudden changes of our climate are sonrces of Pol.-
SMART, BabvCaul and ASTIEKATIO APPECtIONS. EXPe"
rience having proved that simple remedies often act
speedily when taken in the early stages of the disease, re
course should at once be bad to "Brown's Bronchial
Troches." or Lozenges, let the Cold, Cough or Irritation
of the Throat be ever so slight, as by this precaution a
more serious attack may be effectually warded off. -Per
LIC SPEAKERS and &saxes will find them effectual for
clearing and strengthening the voice. Soldiers should
have them, as they can be carried in the pocket and taken
as occasion requires. mar29-dawlm
NUS. Ball's Remedies.
I take this method of cheerfully thanking tlis public
for past favors, and still solicit their kind attention to my
medicines. - -To tell of all the wonderful cures I have been
able to perform would be Impossible. I would call the
attention of the ladies particularly to this valuable medi
cine. I thibk. I can safely say it is the very best cared
to them. It will regulate the whole system; call be
taken at' any time; no fear need be apprehended in, re
gard' 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 Drop; 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. MIRS, L. BALK
.marl 6 , 110. 27 South Pine street, Ilarrisburg,Fic
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This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal de
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BRANT'S HALT,. BRANT'S HALL.
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company,
CROWDS TURNED FROM THE DOORS UNABLE TO
' RAIN ADMISSION
of the engagerahnt of the Beautiful, Gifted and decona
MISS KATE DENIER, MISS KATE DENO . ;
MISS KATE DENIM MISS KATE DENIN,
MISS KATE DENIN ,
MISS KATE DENIM;
The Favorite Tragedienne of the American Stage,
and the very Versatile Comedian,
MN. S. RYANMR. S. Z. lIYAN
MR. 0. E. hyAm; Aix 8. E. lirAN i
MR. S. R. RYAN, ' MR. S. E. ETAN,
acknowledged to be the most Faithful, Natural and Laugh
ter provoking Delineator of Comic Irish Peculiarities in
This evening will be performed, for the first time here,
Nies KATE DENIN'S drateatization of the Great Novel of
EAST LYNNE, EAST LYNNE,
EAST LYNNE, EAST LYNNE,
EAST LYNNE, EAST LYNNE,
THE EARL'S DAUGHTER,
. To conclude with the Roaring Farce, called an
OBJECT OF INTEREST.
OBJECT OF INTEREST.
OBJECT OF INTEREST.
The whole company in the bill
Secure Seats and Come Early.
For particulars see small bills. jan2s
NEW NATIONAL HALL,
(CORNER OFEECOND AND SOUTH srimas.)
First appearance of the popular Negro Delineators,
Messrs. COMBER and PETTIT.
Second'appearance of the Beautful Danseuse,,
RUSS FRANK. CHRISTIE.
IVIIaTOHCOCK reapectfully announces
to the public and citizens of Harrisburg that the
above new and elegant place of amusement is open every
evening , having been fitted up in the most costly style,
with ail the modern improvements. Also
NEW AND SPLENDID 'SCENERY,
The entertainment will be first-claw, 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 conclude with the laughable Pantomime
THE JOLLY MILLER,
W. 1 - 1 - ITCIICOCIK
will appear In his celebrated character of the CLOWN,
introducing new and splendid 'scenery, new acts, ap
pointments and costumes.
Admission 25 cents
Orchestra Seats 50 "
Private Boxes $5 00
Seats In " 100
The performance will commence at 8 o'clock precisely.
THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET STREET,
REAR OF HERR'S HOTEL.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 30,
And every Evening until Further Notice.
FUN, FOR THE MILLION !
First Night of the Magnificent Fairy Spectacle,
With - entirelyriew•scenery, tricks, magic transformations
and aU the
JEZ r i MUSIC_
Mr. SanfOrd has' spared neither pains nor expense in
getting up thisfaitominte in the utmost style of splen
. Previous to , the Pantomime
THE OPERA D'AFRIQUE !
as presented` it this model establishment, is the general
theme of admiration. Mnainri critics are in muscles
with the vocal powers of the singing portion of this
GREAT STAR. TROUPE.
First appearance of
Miss JULIA L. SANFORD.
Concluding With the
Arranged and Preddeed by S. S. SANFORD.
014 Mother Goose . I. Williams
ANNETTE, in love with Colin, (her Brat .
appearance in two years Mies lULIA L. SANFORD
GOOSE ' ' Little Willie
Other Characters by the Company.
Opening chorus: •arrest of Mother Goose and her
Goosey Gander; take her to the'Dtickh3g Pond; Solo—
Squire Bugle; Solo—Mother Goose the grasshopper chir
rups; Colin and Annette with the Golden Egg.
GRAND CHANGE BY MOTHER GOOSE.
Colin to' ' • " Harlequin
Squirts Bu'gle to • Clown
Annette to Columbine
Avero to Pantaloon
.. . .
NOW lat.k; FUN COMMEN CES _'-
MISS, JULIA - ito SANFOR D
will dance THE ORIGINAL SPIDER DANCE.
Grand Allegorical 'Display of Revolving Gems
IN THE JEWF'T,T,F.I) CAVE OP BEAUTY.
The Whole Stage revolting motion, surnaunded*by
RV Green And Blue kires.
..ar-Thls scene alone -ls produeed at a cost of Two
Hundred Dollars. The mechanical effects were made at
the Eagle Works in this city, under the superintendence
of )Zr. ,Sanford, The same scene as produced in the
'Seven Sisti3ri of Lithe. ICeette'a Theatre, IsTew York.
SANP.OILD AND TROUPE.
Orchestra Seats can be premixed ht advance at Bann-
Vert's Drug - Store. •
Doors open at 634. Commence
.3( to 8.
Police alivays in attendance to preserve order.
Admittance 26 centa,
Orchestra chairs, 50 - cents.
Private boxes, entire, $5 each; single seats, $1 each.
CANTERBURY MUSIC HALL.
WALNUT BT, BELOW 'IBIRD.
OPEN ETEEtY EVMsIDTG,
With a First-class Company of
SEEGERS, DANCERS, COMEDIANS, Aga, &a
AdMiSSJOIL 5 cents.
Seats in Boxes. ........... 25. "
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DESIRABLE PROPERTY Al RRIVATE
SALE The subscriber , residing six. miles above
Harrisburg, on the Susquehanna river, oilers at private
sale the folloWing desirable property_, all of which is con
venient to both the Canal and Railroad, and one of the
best markets in the Stare, the city of Harrisburg: • -
No. 1. A TAVERN STAND, with four acres of land,
more or lees, on which is erected a substantial Stone and
Plastered HOIISR, containing eleven rooms; a large Stone
Stable, capable of holding 20 horses; Carriage House,
Smoke House, and one of the best Springs in the country,
Spring House, and other necessary out buildings.
No. 2 A TRACT containing 14 acres, more or less, on
which is erected a Grist Mill, Store House, four Dwelling
Houses, with out-buildings. The Grist Mill is in good run
ning order, with plenty of custom work, good water
power, and a fine harbor for timber. The Canal and Rail
road pass through this property. . •
No. & A TRACT OF LAND containing 160 acres, more
or less, part tillable , the balance timber; on which is
erected two Dwelling HOUSES, with Stables, the frame of
a Saw Mill, a head and fall of 21% 'feet, within 400 yards
of Canal and Railroad. This is a splendid location for a
forge,furnace, or factory. -
No. 4. A =AM' containing 10 acres, with HOUSE and
Stable, (the Railroad and Canal pass through,) on which Is
a good Stone Quarry, a large quantity of brickelay, aimed
seat for an anthracite furnace, or steam Saw Mill.
No. 6. A TRACT containing 45% acres of Woodland, a
large quantity otwhichia Cliestnnt rail:timber, oak, hick
ory, &c., on which there is - about four acres cleared, with
ROUSE - and Stable therecin. The tract is j 4. mile from
Canal and Railroad. - • ; . • . _
The above property will be sold on terms to suitpur
chasers It can be seen by calling on the subscriber, on
the property, or any information can- be even by ad
dressing JOHN C. WALLISTER,
Susquehanna, P. 0.,
Dauphin county, Penn's.
GREAT BARGAINS .IN JEWELRY !
W TORBYTH & CO.,
- 42 AND 44 NASSAU STREET, NEW . YORS.
- (Adjoining the Post Office,) •
Offer for sale the following magnificent list of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
• - VALUED AT $300,000.
EACH ARTICLE ONE DOLLAR, AND NOT TO BE
PAW FOR UNTIL YOU KNOW WRAT :
YOU ABB TO GET.
150 Gold and Silver Watches.. $l5 00 to $lOO 00 each
200 Ladies' Gold Watches `.35'00 each
500 Ladies' It Gents' Silver do.- • 15 00 each
5,000 Ladles" Gold Pencils..:... 4 . 00 to • 600 each
5.000 Gold-band Bracelets.— 300 to 10 00 each
10,000 Lockets, Chains and Rings. 250 to 600 each
6,000 Cameo, Mosaic and ' Jet ' -
6,000 Coral and Florentine
drops.. . . ....
10,000 Gents' Breast Pins
15,000 Sleeve Buttons, and !),
10,000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry.... - ..
6.000 Lava and Florentine Sets.,
10,000 Gold Pens, Silver - mouutect
5,000 Gold Pens, with Silver Ex
tension Cases and pen
, c ue__ . ..-_.4 00 to 600 each
The articles in this stalk ofJewelry are of the neaten
and most fashionable styles. Certificates of MT eter=ve_
rims articles are put in sealed envelopes and tnlzett thus
giving all a fair chance, and sent by mail, for 26 cents
each; and on the receipt of the certificate, it to at your
option to send Ova Domaa and take the article named In
it or not. Five certificates for $1; eleven for $2; thirty
sl'ty for 210; . one htutdredfor $l5. . Ce.rtiticate
money to be enclosed with order.. 0 in:fence
promptly answered. ‘...
Aosns Warman in every town and regiment, Send
for a *trader. - Address W. FORSYTIL &VO., 7 •
d 44 Nassau street, New York.
Useful and Valuable
Is of more general practical utility
than any invention now before the
public. It has been thoroughly tested
during the hist two years by practical
men, and 1 :s °flounced by all to be
SIIPEhIOR TO ANT
Adhesive Pz .I.rations known.
ECILTO3'S CSKIST is a now
thing, and lie result of lean of
study, its coJobination is on
N'tentjto ct les,
' ' .Prin
And under no circumstances or
change or temperature, will 'it be
come Currupt or °init• any offensive
BOOT AND SLIDE
Maiufacturofa. using Machines, will
runt it th, best article known as
C.u.unting, for the Channels, it works
without delay, is not affected by any
change of temperatua
Will find it sufficiently adhesive for
their use, as has been proved.
It is Especially, Adapted to Leather,
And we claim as an especial merit,
that it sticks Patches to Bowe and
C'hoes diffidently strong without
It la the.only
Extant that is a aura thing - for mend
Ana articlek or BiniatiholOse
flumcoes Insosonme ennivcr
Is Ina liquid form and as easily ap .
plied as paste:
HILTON'S LTSOLOBLIE CEMENT
Is:lnaoluole in water or oiL
Rthrases Inetaniin: anncrr
Adheres oily subenumest.
Supplied_in Family or Maniac
tines Pictnes from -2 oundeeletloo
HILTON BROS. & CO.,
Providetioe, R. L
, LA NG do 71LAGINITIS.
4 00 to 600 each
4 00 to 8 00 each
50 to 8.00 each
2 50 to 6 00 each
5 00 - to --10 00 each
.4 00 to. e '6 Oct each
400 to 500 each
ROUSE and LOT OF GROUND on
11 Northainand street. fikood fruit trees Be lat. ME
t» fluid cheap.
ALSO, One LOT 30 feet wide, situate on Third street.
ALSO, One LOT 20 feet wide, situate on Third street.
The above are very desirable properties, and will be
told at reasonable rates Inquire of T. B. BOYD,
Second street, nett door to Presbyterian Church.
Orphans' Court Sale.
PURSUANT to an order of the Orphans'
Court of Berks county, will be sold at Public Van
due, on Saturday the 9th day of April, A. D. 1864, at the
public house of Israel Ritter, (Schmucker House) in the
city of Reading, hi said Berke county, to wit;
Parpaet No. 2.—A certain Tract or Piece of Land, (out
lota,) situate in the city of Reading aforesaid, adjoining
land of Dr. Jacob Marshall, land late the , estate of John
Helder, deceased, Bronson'a lane and another lane, con
taining 10 mres, more or less
Purpart No. a.—A. certain two-story House -apt Lot of
Ground, ora the easi side or South Third atreet,‘ lietwien
Ittinklbt and , ,Chestnut, in the mid city of Beading,
betusded.on , the north by lot late of Charles Fichihorn,
deceased, east by Carpenter alley, soutn by lot the pro
perly of Daudet Young, and west by said Third streiat, con
taining in front on said Third street 20 feet and tri' depth
230 feet, ,
Purpart No. .4.—A certain two-story House and Lot of
Ground, on the east side of North Sixth street, between
Penn and Washington, In the sold city of Reading, bound
ed on the North by properly of George Smith; east by pro
perty late of Rev. Jacob Miller, deceased, south by pro.
party late of the estate of Samuel Baird, deceased, and
west by and Sixth street, containing In front on mid
Sixth street about 17,feet and in depth 90 feet.
purport N. s,—The undivided one-third part of all that
certain messuage tenement Furnace, Grist Mill, Saw Mill,
and ;feet of land situate in Richmond township, in the
'County of Berks aforesaid, known as "The Meaelem Fur
nace property," adjoining lands of Solomon Heffner,
Samuel Leafier, Jacob Heffner, and others, containing 424
acres and 32 perches, together with the undivided one
third part of Ss acres and 71 perches of land, (a part of
said Matelem leroperty,) adjoining Jacob Mengel, Henry
Becker and others.
.Purpart No, &--The undivided one-third part of a cer
Min piece of land, situated in Richmond township afore
said, adjoining lands of Casper Merkel and John Glass,
containing 3 acres, known as the "Mtoelem Miee Holes.'
PUrpart. No. 7.—The undivided moiety er half part of a
certain Brick Grist 14111, Saw Mill and lot or piece of land,
siteete in the village of Leesport, in the township of On
telaunee, in mid Berks county, adjoining land late of
Cyrus J. Hunter, land of the Ltcsirrt Iron Company, a
publicroad and the Schuylkill Narig-ttwit Company, con-
Mining acres, more or less.
Purport No. B.—The undivided moiety or half part of a
tract or, piece of Wood or Sprout Land, situate in the
township of Richmond afore-mid, adjoining lands now or
lite of Jacob Kelchner, John Shollenberger, Jonathan
Biehl, George Brown, G. W. Kemp, Jacob Merkel and
Henry Schlegel, containing 59 acres and 54 perches.
Late the property of Frederick S. Hunter, deed. -
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, in the afternoon, when
due attendance will be given, and the terms of sale made
kmown, by WILLIAM H. CLYMER, ildra'r.
By order of the Court—Sowstos CLoss ; Clerk.
FARRELL, IRVING & CO
1.71.. DOUBLE STRENGTH
MANILLA PAPER OF ALL SIZES.
on hand or made to order. -
Highest price paid for rope in large or small quanti
APLOT of GROUND, with a front of 65
feet on Montgomery street and fronting 125 feet
on Herr street and 65 feet on Plum alley, by GEO.
SHOOP, comer Second and Mulberry streets. m25-41w
MOSES FLECK respectfully announces to
the Public that he is prepared to do all kinds of
HEAVY- HAULING at reasonable rates. Horses and carts
fundsbedby the day or single toed. All orders left at the
Second Ward House, corner or Chestnut and Second
streets, will be promptly attended to. tnar24-tilm
The subscriber offers for sale the stock and fixtures of
leis well known WHOLESALE LIQUOR STORE AND
RECTIFYING ESTABLISHMENT. He will sell the whole
or part of the stock, and the entire fixtures. The bme
ness has been.eanied on about fifteen years, and is well
established. With the store is cormected a Good "COPPER
STILL It Issitented on Canal sweet, between Pennsyl
vania railroad and canal, and has a private siding suitable
for forwanlin.perposes. Possmion given immediately,
and lease even for from'one to (Cu years. Terms to suit
purchasers. For further infortuation' apply on the pre
mises to [mar244l) GEO G. KUNKEL
T WILL sell, at- Private Sale, my FARM,
containing 73 Acres, all in complete order, 6 miles
east or Harriseurg, near the Jonestown road. A large
quantity or Ray and Straw will go along with the Farm.
Enquire on the premises.
COFFEE, SUGAR AND MILK.
PERSONS mfiking up boxes to send to their
friends in he array, will find this an elegantarticie;
one box musing forty cups of coffee, equal to any Java
coffee, and with little labor. For sale at
SHIS'LER & FRAZER,
no 21 (successors to Wm. Dock, jr., & Co.)
= TAR FOR SALE,
BY the Barrel, Keg and Can, at the Ware
house of the Old Wallower Line, Chestnut street
wharf. [mar244lw) DANL. A. 1117ENCH, Ag't.
For the Erection of Fifty Ihrelling Ifouses.
HARRISBURG, March 11, HU_
PROPOSALS are invited for the building
of five blocks of ten houses each, of wood or brick,
to be located on the grounds of the Lochiel Iron Mill
Plans' nd speciniations may be seen at the office of
' illiam Colder.
Proposals will be received for one or more blocks until
Address proposals to
Cbairman Building Committee.
Mattrasses t Spring-Beds : t Comforts t :
ALM LEAF MUM TOP MATTRASSES.
Palni•Leaf Cotton Top Mattresses
Corn Husk Mattnisoes.
Patent Spring, Slat Beds.
Feather Pillows and Bolsters.
COtton Oamforts and Spreads.
1411ies' Willow Work Stands.
Oimet Camp : Stools.
Door Rugs, Carpet Hamacks.
Iron Bedstead; latest. pattern, &c.,
N. 11—Sofas, Lounges, Cushionse Chairs and Mattrass
repaired. Hair and Spring Mattresses made to order. No
109 Market street, Harrisburg, re.
Steam Saw NE for - Sale or Rent.
MBE undertigned offers for sale a desirable
_L MILL PROPERTY, situated on the Susquehanna
river, at Duncah's Island, fifteen miles west of Harris
burg. This Property has the advantage of a Timber
Market, and is accessible by canal or.railway. The mill is
geared in the most improved style, with a good (Morris di
Co.), engine, which drives two Gate Saws, one with forty
and Hie other with eighty feet of carriage • also, three
circular saws for the manufacture of Shingfes, Lath and
The above property fig sale or rent on reasonable terms.
For particulars address by mail, or call in person, on
. • JOSEPH SMITH Dunesn's Island,
envenue P. 0., Pm
To Railroad Contractors.
DROPOSALS are invited for the Gradua
tion, Masonry, Bridge Superstrnetaxeßallast,
Cross-Ties and . Track Laying of the PITTSBURGU AND
CONMISVILLa` RAILROAD, betweea
ComaelltEviLls and Cmottberland,
Embracing a distance of about EIGHTY-SEVEN
in sections of about ono mile each. Speciflattions will be
ready at the Company's (Mee in Pittsburg, on and after
the 28th of MARCH current, and proposals will be re
calved until the 10th of APRIL ensuing.
BEN.): H. LATROBE,
Office P C. R. It; Cp.
Pittsburg, March 15 , 1864.
FOR S A[
A PLOT of ground, Venting on CheStnnt
- *beet 52' feet' 6 inches, running along Dewberry
alley 210 feet tcrCheny alley, with 4 frame bows. En
quire of "rmars4ol7 WM 0. M'FADDEN.
ONE Wardrobe, new; one Cooking - Stove
with apparatus; Pointer Bunting Dog; one Law Li
brary and Book Case, 4ho. Can be seen by calling on
mar2s JACOB SUFI L.
I:PLES! APPLES ! ftrie lot 9f Grreen
lajnia, Just imolai . at 1, • - - •
SHJSLER & FRAZFaz,
muSe (Enaccecsors to W. Dock, Jr Ca)
J. T. 11.4.FLNTTZ.