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"i aKO IV El ENING, MARCH 31, 1864
•()l' I( I.: TO ADVEILTISERS.—AII Adver
t,: tarot 4, Business Notices, Marriagesy
to secure insertion in ate
1:1: APR, must invariably be accurst
- -"I 'with the BASIL
4tilert isements ordered in the - ,r‘cgular
o . vo ing Edition are inserted in the.Alorn
„ Ed it lon - without extra charge.
s,"__A. pair of iron grey horses four
‘ ,..as old this spring—will work either single
or double. Inquire of Kunkel ik 13 . .r0., 118 Mar
h, t sired, Harrisburg. 'mar 31-4t*
IturoßlL Coanur; for Dry, 'Chronic and
C ,t,lrrhal Coughs. Used in various irritable
raft ctions of ' the Throat and Chest, very plea
,- (Ili to the taste and soothing in its effects.
ricp‘red solely by S. A. Kunkel / Co.,
‘ i . thecaries, 118 Market street, Harrisbiirg.
DANNTSIIT'S Bronchial ; Troches. for hoarse.,
and throat diseases, for sale* Miles'
ac store, corner Third aindNoith'streets,afal
Dr. Wro. H. Egle's Drugstore, Ridge Avenue.
rtur celebrated clystal spectacleS', prbilerly
toljw-led to the eye ; microscopes from 100 to
700 diameter ; tower teleqcopes, field ghisaek,„
dAising an object from one to texiMiles, and ,
ail ma i ls of optical, mathematical and
For bieal instruments Rosendale'S Opticid
Ingtitate, S Market Square. Artificial. gyeri .
ili;rted. Send for a circular!. , jinigatf I
N AND CO-.VrN7RY.
To City Subscribet4.
City subscribers who intend to ohange their
' ,L ee o r residence this spring, are requested
to loave notice of the Same at this office,pre-•
to moving, in order that-their papers
lair be sent to their proper - pieces. 33.1 i giving
this notice the proper attention, confusion
may be avoided. t •
To TETE OFFICERS OP " THE ' lB4Tli REGfishiliT
r. V.--All officers belonging to the 184th,Reg.
P. V., are hereby ordered to report at th;
l'Alup of the regiment with •their
k-f we the Ist of April, 18(14. BY order , of -.
)larch 23-It. Col. "J. Ef.,STOVB..
l.oa mut for "All Fool's Day,'" to-morrow
:a 11;m "came in like a lion," andynnie vgi
oq like a I—ion. . •
I',;LEeatling Daily Times has‘been enlarg
1. Gl,Acl to notice this evidence of prosperity.
Ir is said that . fuily`tto'hundredfamilies i in
this city have not
. yet obtained houses tilt' the'
‘tistting year. .
LIE snow is rapidly disappearing, and; we
soon bohold the dirty face of ‘c4other
Earth." Our street crossings have nearly : disz
C:jSCIIIIT FOIL TEE BISND. —The pupils. of
toe Philadelphia Institute for' the Blind,
auwinueod to give a concert in the 4orepr ot .
Representatives, this cypning. - That
we know of the character of these enlertain
ment,:, we are justified in urging the publi4'fo
1 , 2 present this evening, - with the certainty of
In wring some of the' eat musical perforinEEi
in the country. The concert t 4 be -Lee
Tll2 friendship existing between twelYining
women, Annie Foster and. Margarer*ilson,
of this city, was su.ddenly brought to an end,
not long' since, by the former appropriating to
her own use certain articles. of jeie1ry,...44.;
belonging to the latter. Annie left the city,
but was traced to Williamsport, where pile'
was arrested, and yesterday 'arrived. here in
charge of an officer and is aioV in' iniion he
E. Hughes, near Mount Alto, was , destroyed
by tire a few days ago. —A man named A ra
cob Holman was instantly killed; on Wednes
day, in Boniberger's Ore Bank, in 50t4.44a . p:
Lou township, by the caving in of the earth.,
-A young man named Upytermart;
had recently enlisted in the 21.st•Penti'a Cav
alry, chopped off the two middle fingers fail_
horribly lacerated the forefinger 'efthe right
hand, on Sunday last, in order to obtain a
discharge from_ the army. • ."-;
SALE OF VALIJAMLF. IRON Woits.,s.--Wn.ll .-
Watts, Esq., has dit.osed Of the Pine Grove
• Iron Works," situated in Penn - township,
Cumberland county, to Jay Coolie .& Co;
Philadelphia, for the sum of two htundred and,
shirty-five 'thousand dollars. These Iron .
Works are among the most valtiable in .the
state, and are well worth the putChttse Money.'
Thos. J. Scott, Esq., ,of tl , te 59141 , 71:crania
Railroad, is of the
,paitieS Acithcs( 3 l3UlthaSe, in
connection with Jay Cooke Co :tt
A Gram) CoKerswvsrAnr BAL, 43 Y"thP offscers of the 21st Reg. Pemm. - Cavalry, is to be
given in Chambersburg this evening: We ac
knowledge the receipt of n ticket, and ~would
hate been pleased to. "shake a Ifi36t"fton the
occasion named, but until the lialeyon das
of peace return, we feel conatra
us to dance to other music than that 4i
the soft notes of the lute or the Heel inspiring'
strains of cat gut. And yet we trust that our
friends of the 21st Cavalry will enieytheni- .
selves hugely to-night.
Gorrsoneres farewell concert, given at the
Court House last evening, was,. attended Ilya
very large audience, considering the „state Of,
the weather. The famous artist he'll won for
himself a reputation that 114sIteYar been
twined by any of his professional brethren.,_ :
His performance here was -- such as twill
rant him a hearty welcome dvei,re
turn to Harrisburg. There is-a gem:U.l4 , .de,,
sire expressed by our citizens
concert„by Gottschalk, and it is, hctped gat
should it be convenient for him tolreaCh'i '
city at any future time, he will fai , thtiti n t
another entertainment. He can reli ' npon
having the Court House cro dwi
most -capacity at .any 'time ; by ourmos. t t
jOUBbk aIIZBUt. 3 11/11'
HAREM:O7W AND THE IMATT.i-i-aiarovost Mar
shal Clement has received the following letter
This Col. Bomford, exhibiting the quotas of
This city under the various calls for volunteers;
also the credits on the same:
„ STATE OF PMNNSYLTANTA,
OFFICE OF THE A. A. Pnovesr Kumar. GEN.,
FrAnvisnono, March 30, 1864.
To Capt. JOHN K. CLEMENT, Provost Marshal of
the Fourteenth District of Pennsylvania.
CAPTALN:—According to directions received
from the Provost Marshal General's office, the
city of Barrisbnrg is to receive credit for 26
volunteers up to January:3l, 1864, and for
486 regtilars enlisted up to December 31, 1863.
15 volunteers have already been credited to
the City, and deducted from the.quota under
the call for 500,000. The reniain for de
duction from the quota assigned the city in
January 31st (which is 415, according to your
cxhibit, of that date) 11 volunteers and 486
regulars—giving the city a surphiS of 82 men
to be credited on the quota - that be as
signed to it under the last call for-200,000. ,
By order of LT. Con. J. V. BOMFORD,
Wri..SCHEITLEE, P 6 M. General.
Capt. and A. A. A. General.
1 -S 42 , , - Foan has a pretty little; advertisement in
to=day's paper, relative to the great Eastern
'Pantomime entitled Marina GOOSE. This is
one of the most beantifulry spectacles ever
witnessed in America, and.as Sanford has in
troduced all the scenery, machinery, etc., ne
cessary to place the pray 'properly before the
public, the Opera lionsftis the only place
where it can be witnessed ip all its original
zbezurty. Mr. Sanford appears as Squire Bu
gle;,Who is suddenly changed to a clown. In
.iliother Goose Miss Julia L. Sanford appears as
Anratte, and dances - the original Spider
dance. ..,: ,\ • ; ,J, ,dli- ,,
''' The great pantomime will be produced every
evening this week, and on Saturday afternoon
there wololllo . and 414414 , 4tin'e1, for tie:
especial accommodation otiadisli i and 01612
. On this occasion no gentleman will be
tted unless he is in company with his
fainilyi and is known,to be respectable. For
'this effort to. accommodate the families of our
citizens, we hope Sanford may be liberally re
warded, by tlauttlendanes.:Ql a: vITYAFSliturr
;4. In addition to Mother Goose, there will be
a great neety of _songs„ music, wittysayings,
&c., at each
Ip3T LYNNE. —No lady who ever visited
114Xtisburg in the capacity of an actress,
harcreated such a decided sensation here as
Mitts Kate Denin, in her dramatization of the
Oast story erititled - RssrLirmal.or, the, Hum's
DALTOUTZ.B. Miss Denin is one of the most
popular actresses in the country, having won
golden .opinions ; from the press and the peo
ple eve:737oloe: Week before last she closied:
, i a!rauceessful -, engagement idene alba -prinbi-,
I)9l;thestr i es,in Bostpab,, Her great, favorite
`-ga.sqLya 7 ?eovas presented toy
far the ,ilintittitt efeioe,',tst a,iane
Auk tiiiprelktft notwithstanding
the extmerrWinelemency , oLtip:ikiialiar.
.liavi) not room to notice thiiiilayabbOrding
16 its merits. It is decidedly the best that
was ever placed upon the stage in Harrisburg.
It;is "the truest to nature, and the most pow
WO in inteng%gf,pinio4, ever witnessed in
-- Xiiierica." In addition to its other excellent
qualities, it teaches a great moral lesson. In
.this play Miss Denin is well sustained by the
members of thevetar:Colltbinalion:Compauy,
.whom are excelank o perforpers., To
night .geof,./ I yirestwillte repeated-for:the last.
time: MiseVeninla engage
tlfieht ci*Aes EYAbyililaYs
be prodicced‘heforeler'departere, "East
Lynne cannot be repeated after to-night.
Barney, the _Baron, will conclude this even
ing's entertainment. In this Mr. Sara E. Ryan,
the great Irish Comedian, will appear as Bar
=Whig is the sixty-first night of Rouse's Star
Troupe in our city. The manager has met
lath success unparalleled in the history of the
c ; .
JENNY WADE, THE HEROINE or GEMS.
BUBG.7— **h. aid)*-011W;thp,
after 'the}-Battle of bet
tysburg, referring to the melancholy death of
Jeruly Wade, in the midst of the fiercest of
, the 'fight of that fearful battle, has been
copied in a large "iminleidf :the newspapers
tlthe loyal States, while some of the English
jOirnals, in their comments on that battle,
alluded in complimentary terms to .the .part
11 44 43 9k* theeOlitti The
,poena; -:on :the same sub
jeCt, beehe:en going :them/Ids Of the
can priiseWe now Eritnifeilt:tp`bur'colutims
'for the benefit of our readers:
[The Harrisburg TELEGIBILPH calls for a
monument'-to 'jenny. Made, the heroine. of
Gettysburg. She was making bread for our
army during the battle, having refused to
leave her house, which was within range of
both _arrui.es,, and was shot through the
Rear highihe monumental pile '
Of marble pure and'Whiti; '
A life which gladdened earth erewhile
• Has passed;torealins of , light.
Rear high the monumentafpile
To one who hated.wrong;
*And'tiftarfullmi'ds her &me the while
- • Paßettlate i1k.P31413t
-"' With oar'brivvest fitly -laid t
Moans the wind, through willows
O'er • e grave o 5.
enny , Wade.
When man haa:domkecne gallant deed
11_ We yield a wild acclaim,
i,, And bootaing,cinnoil speak the meed
Bestow'd upon is name..
. If death on battle-lehrlie - b&ied,
An4.scl- his. 15011 *V we.llii - ' !-- .. ii C.
I We wrap him in the - fiag that waved
..-'-- Aboxre. him-when hp fell. , -,,
When to the north wind rebels threw
Their noisome traitor rag,
The courage of a woman true
Upheld our dear old flag;
, Where'er that starry flag shall wave,
'Mid clouds or on the plain,
Remember'd be thy it.alle'Vd grave—
For home and country:slain.
, Thy bright example atill shall nerve
1- Our soldiers in the Aght,
Tho' dead, thy spirit - yet shall serve
Freemen defending Right;
I • Thy death a nation hzugjo ia ll mourn,
IT Thy deeds embellish arts:
I Thy name on breezedjUllow borne,
Thy mem'ry in ourhergis.
1 -CRoaus—Fare thee well; brave spirit! never
Shall thy siVeathe of laurels fade ;
Fragrant Bars shall bloom forever
O'er tity e, tweet &luny Wade,
Tni lock-up contained_ but. a single occu
pant last night, viz: Richard Phillips, a drunk.
He was discharged this morning,
JIMMY Rat - Noins, the ,
'belebrated• clown and
comic jester. of. Nixon's Circus, is in. Harris
burg, and will appear this evening, at Hitch
cock's National-Hall..lt -is unnecessary to
say anything in recommendation of Jimmy,
as he is well known here. He first appeared
here in Franconi's HiPpodrome, and` subse
quently with Nixon's Circus. See National
ARIIEST or A PICROCKET. —This afternoon
a man named Abraham Wolf was arrested at
the depot, by Officer Fry; on a e*ge of at
tempting to pick the pocket of Capt. Thomas
C. Sullivan, late Quartermaster at'l3altimore.
The Captain detisteted. Wolf in the act of rob
bing but for the timely discovery le
would :doubtless have found himself
$1,500; which his pocket contained. Wolf is
an aged man, of genteel appearance. Alder
man Aline; committed him to jail for a far
ther hea-ririfi. '
POST OFF/CE -- Wm. H
Spangler, - postmastir, Rcissville, York county,
Pa., vice TemPeat T. Gardner,;resigned:
William IL Adams, postmaster, Alendts
villa, Adams county, vibe C. H. Hanes, re
signedi = : • ' •
Ephraim ,Howard, .postmaster, Hampton,
Adams county, -Pennaylvania, vice Daniel
Albert, resigned'. •• -
Darius S. ,Gitta,r, postmaster, Shamokin.
istottlmaxibezlancl counti, Pa., vice F. P.
Miss Elizabeth ",Ray, postmaster, 'West
Alexander, Washington county, Pa., vice Joel
A. W. M'Cullough, posfinaster, Prospect,
Butler donnty, Pa:, vice John - T4.ll.enitedy, re
- Wm. A; -Bin Jr:, postmaster,:Kase7's, Elk
comity, Pa., .*.e John T. Cowley, resigned.
MOPING DAY. —lt was the mofning of the
first day of-April. The inustrious housewife
had breakfiSt.prepared long before daylight.
Little Billy, 381inn3r and the fatally pet, Agnes,
were upi and their young minds full of ftui,
'atipliosed to be connected with a moving day.
'The day draggedibrough with snow and rain,
and a thousand little vexationsoccurred,
such as - disappointment irrthe furniture wa
gon not coming. Little Billy and„J,ohmay got
hurt during the day, and the family pet, Ag
nes, got wetogulithexight of the first of April
at last arrivedVith the children ail siek, and
the good housemlifd tired - and . ont of :humor,
from the, troubles incident to a moving day.
In this Connectiori . we have the pleasure of
stating,that the cheap dry goods store of C. L.
Bowman still can,.he, found at No. 1, corner
of 'Front and Market streets, Harrisburg, Pa.
:•. - Hoop'Skirts Hoop S.kirts!
The Cheapest' Hiffrogi Shirts in:4arriabiarg.
A splendid skirt fOr 75 cts.:
A much better kUrt for $l. '
;. Calico '
s; a fine , `liiiimirtnieht for spring. , •
,I"Nench ginghams, Manchester ginghams.
Bleached and unbleached muslin from NeW. York Auc
1,000 yards plaid silks at $l, worth $1 50.
200 yards plain brown silk at- $1 87, worth $1 75.
200 yards black, itilloAt $l.
Blaciesilk at ell prices. •
A very large assortment of new dross goods
600 dozen of stobkings and'sdclarr; all prices.
The best slockingativthirt IV at 25 cents.. •• ;
Cassinieres for Mantua! boys'• wear. ;
Cloaks for.spring, s ".
Wishing to roduce.our; Mock, which is very Ira "e now
we will offer great_induCamenUt to buyers.
A PHYSIOLOGICAL view of MAIMIAGE,
.•;; containing:nearly 300 pages, and 130 fine plates and
EligraVings of the Anatomy of the Sexual. Orennn in a
stave of Health and Disease; with- '
a Treatise 'on Self
Abuse, its 'Deplorable' Cvmscquenceupiin the Mind and-
Body; with the Author's,Plan ,of Treatment—ihe only
rational and successful - m.4e of care, as shnwn by the te
port of cases treated. A truthful adviser to the married,
and those coatemplating , niarriage; who onteitain:doubts
of their physical condition. Scat free of postago to any
address,. on receipt of 25 cents, •iii• stamps or postal cur
rency, by addressing qr. I_,A : CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Limo,
Albany, N. Y. • - • • , marl-daw3m
-..: CO'uairiinid Colds.
The sudden..ehanges of sour, climate stre.sourceS of Pm.-.
340 felt; BRONCEELLL and Assess:life Arrsorromt 'Erne
ylenee havhigli:o4W that .-simPle iltinedles gate
speedily when tkken fh the erri'isr stages of thd•diserkie,4e- 1
coureo should at once be had to "Brown's Bronchial
Troches." Or - I.esenyee, :let the' Cold, Collett ,or Irritation
of the Throat be ever so'blight, - as by this • proccition
more serious atack may be effectually warded off. Pu
IdObrBABERB and .Sisosas will lied them effectual for ,
clearing and strengthening' the voice.: Soldiers should
havethem, as they can be cariiixl inthe pocket and taken
as oczasionrequirek• .m5129-divrlm
. . •
BANNVARTIBRONCHUL - MIES
For -the cure of Hoarseness, . tDis
eases, &c., are
_specially recommended to
ministers, singe* maid persons Whosokiibation
cells them to meak in public. latiiitifectured
only by:C. A. Banniart & -Co. ' Harrisburg,
Pa-, to whom all 'orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist dvery where.
Read the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen: •
Thivorrseuno, Feb. Bth, 1864.
.13..LNunrairr—Dear Sir: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in comparison with them
all, can cheerfully commend your own as a
most admirable specific fcir public speakers
and singers, in cases of • .hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I have fotind them serving in
time of need i moat etloothall
i• IT B. ROBINSON,ALO
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Chdich.
Off-I agree with lir. Robinson as to the
.value of Bannvart's Bronchial Trochee.
- W. O. OA.TTEI.III,
Late Pastor 'of 0. S. Presbyterian Church.
Ilemusstrso, Jrin.,• 1864.
To C. A. Aimvviarr--Dear Sir: In the habit
of speaking very 'frequently, and in places
where the vocal organs are very much taxed,
I have found the need of some gentle expecto
rant, and that want has boenaupplied in your
excellent Tie Ches.
I consider them very fax_ suwior
; to any
Lozenges that I have ever iised,ln.' removing
speedily that huskiness of• the voice, exiling
from its too frequent fuse, and 'impairing the
effectiveness of the &lilies" of public ad
dresses. .Yours, acc., ,
JNO.. WALKER JACKSON. -
Pa6lor of the Ledipt St. - Methodist Much.
To C. A. Beimvenv--Dear Sri Raving used
your Bronchial . Troches, I am free to say they
are the befit I. have ever tried and take great
pleature in recommending them to ail. ersona
afflicted with sore throat or hiskiness of
voice arising froni publicspeaking or singing,
Yours, kc., . G. G. RAXESTBAW,
Pastor a Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
Arion..NET's OFFICE, 1,
litionantrao, Feb. 29, 1864. . •
. Ramat:un--Dear • Sir T
fotuad , your Troches to be invaluable> in re
living hoarseness and in strengthening the
thn throat They.
to thii*oiee, - "and Are - dertidnli of at ben?
St is cu r aie. PPeakcot.
THERD STREET, BELOW MARKET STREET,
REATOF .tataws HOTEL.
THURSDAY. EVENING, MARCH 31,
And every Evening until 'Further Notice.
FUN FOR THE MILLION
-With entirely new scenery, tricks, magic transformations
and all the
Mr. Sanford halt spared neither.pains nor expense in
getting up tine Pantomithe in the 'utmost style: et spiels
Previous. to . the Pantomime - .
THE OPERA D'AFRIIIIIE!
as presented at this model establishinent, is, ate general
theme of admiration. .14Insical critics ecstasies
with the wad powers of the singing portion of this
GREAT STALL • TROUPE;
Whb 4ve &awn
SINGE THE OPENING. .
In evidence of the popularity of the enterfitinment look
at the list of talents . '
C. F. FEEhERICICH, • •
G. L. HALL,
• E. HAVEN
" • le viturzas,
W. RUDOLPH —•
J. CARL, • •
• '• F. SOILdEITER,
Prof.,t J. WOODS,
urrLE •11437., •
' ' SAMUEL S. SANFORD
MISS 'JTJ-LIA SANFORD.
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A Great Bill of Fare; to Ciinclude with •
Arranged and Produced by 8. S.' SANFORD.
Old Mother Ooose J Willlama
ANNETTE, in lore with Colin, ((her first ' '
appearance in two years. less JULIA L SANFORD
Colin 0 Villiers
Squire Bugle Sanford
_Beadle . ..) ' Ha ll
GOOSE" -. ... Little 'Me
Other Characters by the Company.
chorus E arrest of Mother Goole and :her
GooseyGtrider; Mk's . .her:to the .Duckinc SOV-
Squire BirgliilEol6-41fother Goose - the grasshopper 'chir
rups; „Cohn and Annette with the Golden Egg.
GRAND CHANGE BY MOTHER GOOSE.
Colin to. Harlequin
NOW 'rail - FUN COMMENCES I
MISS. JULIA L. SANFORD
will dance THE ORIGINAL SPIDER DANCE.
Scmrs—srasarr—The necessity of market houses; any
Street fer the. purpose; Easter 'Monday; eggs at a lire
mium; row among the hucksters; Ash women, egg man
all in 'etibl% Fish to a large baby; get it some pap;
where is my fish; toon my lobster.
Sons they are; • some refteeh
menet; champagne, cigars, etc.; something to eat, (how
are you Holbach's;) a friend too many; goes Into the
dishes; eats plates, tablets &e; a dtiuble bed; in deinakd;
new way to decide ito sleeps on top; blow outthe, light;
mignight intruders; ;Ala; a legion of them.
Scssz—sraster Act ax—Soldiers vs. citizens; who has
the right of way; grand civil war; flats vs. outs; riot;
proclamation read; rioter shot; a soldier blown from tim
month of a cannon,
ScEss—otamon's saw vintrozurs—Cheap ibOard;,a
front room; a lovely situation; Loki the butcher, the
baker; terrible leap for life; lookout 'for .slippery pave
ments; here pomea some one.for the doctor; toothache
hured In a second;' (MOM would not have done better;)
. another candidate; we'll cure you; clown made million
Scans—The height 9t folly, or the bad nee Or money.
orand or ievolving Ger"
-H-K JEWELLED CAVE OF 'BEAUTY.
The whole Stage in revolving motion, surrounded by.,
'Rod Green and Blue Fires. .
,This scene alone is produced at cost •of Two.
Hundred Dollars. The mechanical effects were made 'at
the Eagle Works in this city, under the superintendence
of Mx. Sanford. The same scene as produced in the
Seven Sisters of Laura Keene's Theatre, New York.
SANFORD AND TROUPE.
Orchestra Seats can be procured in advance at
cart's Drug Store,
, Doors Open at ag. ccioilitenee gto 8.
police always in attendance to preserve order. ,
Admittanixt 25 cents,.
Orchestra,ritiirs; 50 Cents _
Private boxes, entire, $ 5 00511 1 1011 15 10
BUNT'S HALL. BRANT'S HALL.
SLY - TY-MST NIGHT
CROWDS TURNED FROM THE DOORS I . : ABLE TO
Last night but Two of the Farowell.Eogagemant of those:
Favorite American Dragattio .144 .
..311.4 KATE DKNIN, KATE DENL I, T
MISS KATE DENIN . EISTKATE D _„
MISS KATE DENIM; - KATE'DMMI;
TheOlfted and Favorite Ameridui , TrageduumkE
8± R. RYAN', ' . R
MR. S.• R. RYAN - • • -MR. R.RtRYM.tr,
MR. R R. JILIN, MR. ki-or
The Popular Irish Comedian. . .
Will be presented, for the saccusd_time, the great finunati ;
• =Mon by Miss IKATE - D DMIDT ailed ' •
THE EARL'S DAUGHTER,
To conclude with the Capitatirtah Farce, milled
BARNEY, THE BARON.' •
BARNEY, FTRE BARON:
BARNEY,' •THE •BARON ;
Thetchole company in the bitl.
Swum 813148 and Come Early.
For Particulars act¢illl3a. blUa
NEW NATIONAL HALL,
(CORN= 01! MOND AND SOI/T. E STZERTS.)
Messrs. COMBER and. PETTIT.
Also, the BeantlNl Noisome,.
miss Premix emusTnr..
. Bwascoor revectfully'annOunces
IFI to the public and citizens of `,ltsiviellingt Am; ; the
above new and, legant place of amusement is open every
evening, Vying been fitted up in the most- coittly,Style;
with all the modern improvements. Also
NEVP AND SPLENDID gdNERY.
'Ate entertainment will be fird•class,..and none but the
best performers will be engaged.
The performances this evening will comprise
GEIB3 OF NEORO MINSTRELSY,'
• BDRLEStatIE AND FARCE,
ENTIRE NEW ACTS THIS. EVENING.
First appearance, this evening, of Little JIMMIE KEY
-naps, Clown and Comic Jester of Nikon's Circus.
On Monday evening next drat appearance of . t h e cele
brated Comedian and Comic Vocalist, '
BILLY HOLMES. •
Admission 25 cents•
Orchestra Seats .
Private Boxes - $5 00
Seats in " 400
The performance will commence at & o'clock precisely.
CANTERBURY MUSIC HALL.
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public, just received and.forsidetik • •
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FAR TREES—Dwarf and Standard, of
I the beet leading varieties; end of superior grew%
can be furnished ataair Priaeß stthe KeYstoneAtuvw--
mania . J Walt'
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company,
The popnlar Negro Delineators,
First Night Or the.
Also, the Laughable MleTplece,'Ol* the
Characters by Company
triterva a.it4Z - Valualitet
Is of more general practical Utility
Ulan any invention. , Oct* , before -the
blic., It has, been thoroughly , teated
durhigthe Itild'tiro years byprataked
men, and pronounced by all to be'
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borne corrupt or Ord* wry offenatio'
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thid it the best article known' es
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-. .DR. VVISHART7S
IS THE VITAL PRINCIPtg or TEE ANN TREE,
Obtained by a peculiar process in the dis
tillation of the tar, by which its highest med
ical properties are retained. — - - .
I Have you a Cough T Haviyeal Sord Thro at?
Have you any of the premonitory symptoms
r pf that most fatal disease, Consul:Option?
• Those who should be warned these
symptoms by .
symptoms generally think lightly of them
witil it IS too late, From this fiet; perhaps
intne than any other, arises the sad preys
leni,e and fatality-otdiseaca3 which sweeps to
the grave at least - `1311" of death's
" — VntliT LYNN E;
Comaimption has destroyed more of the
huinan family than any other die' se, and the
beet physichuis for many years hare despaired
"of n Cure, or a remedy that would heal the
'lugs, but for more than two hundred years
itheAwhole medical world has been impressed
that' there was a mysterious power and eili-
Wenoy in the Pine Tree Tar to heal the lungs;
therefore theyhave recommended the use of
Tar -Watei,..whichin, Many cases had a good
- .effect; but-how to combine the medical pro
pertiga so as to hearthelungs, has ever been
aniystery until it was discovered, by Dr. L.
TILSILiitT, - - of: Philadelphia, Pa., the
piciprietor of "Wildiart's Pine Tree Tar Cor-
Many, 'not only of The people, but physi
cians of every school and practice, are daily
asking me, "What is the• principle or .cause of
your success in the treatment of Pulmonary
Gonsumptiari 7" ' My answer is this:
The intrigoiation of the digestive organs --
the strengaeiting of the debilitated system—
the purification and enrichment of the blood,
mast expel from the system the corruption
which scrofula breeds. While this is effected•
14 the powerful alterative (changing from
du:Pim to health).properties of the Tar Cor
dial, its healing and renovating principle is •
also acting upon the irritated surfaces of the
lungs and throat, penetrating to each dis
'Sated part, relieving pain, subduing ia
tion, and restoring ft healthful tendaue. . Let
this two=fold, poiker, the healing and the
strengthening, continue to act in conjunctil A.l
with Nature's een.siant recuperative tendenc.,
and the patient is saved, if he has not too
long delayed a resort to the means of cure.
I ask all to read the following certificates.
They are from men and women of unques
tionable worth - end reputation:
%Smutlc-Dear Sir:—l had a :vary
,dreadfril cough and sore throat for one year,
and my whole systiini. was 'fast giving way, and
Imes prostrated:Oh ,my bed with but little
hope of.recovering : My disease baffled the
power of all medicines, and in a short time I
must have gone to my grave, but thank God,
my daughter-in-19,W would not rest until she
*tint to your store, No. 10 N. Seciitid street,
end related my case t 6, 70a. Purchased ra
bottle of your Ta...e Tree Tar Cordial an I
"commenced-to use icandizt one week I was
flea better, and after habit three bottles I
um pirfeetly.well, and a - wonder to all my
Ariends, , for they all pronounced me past cure.
'Pabliah rai isi ou think,proper.
1321:Wylle street, 'Philadelphia.
IA . Dr. inidiart'SPine This Tar Cordiaris an
siLlalliable cnre for Bronchitis,. Bleeding:,(if
the Lunge, Sore Throat and Breast, Lithuania
.tion of the Lungs.
Mr. Wain) says:
Da. , Wiantax--Sir:—l bad Bronchitis, In
flammation of the lanws,'Shortness of Breath,
And Palpitation Of 0112, Heart in their worst
- forms;•Lhad beenizeited by several of the
'Most eminentphysicians in Philadelphia, but
`they could' not'stop the rapid course of my
'disease, and I had despaired of ever being re
tgtored to health. I was Imlay on the verge of
' grave. , your,Bine Tree Tar Cordial was
hly rioommendial., to me liy a friend; I
edit, and am thankful to say that, after
using; four large, `and one small, bottles, I was
i ,restored to perfect health. - You can give re
ference to my house, Nci._96B N. Second street,
bar at my office of Receiver of Taxes, from 9
'ir.'llt. to 2 P. as.,. corner of Chestnut and Sixth
streets. JOHN WARD.
Itead the following from Utica:
Da. Wrsinuce---Dear Sir:—l take pleasure
in informing • you through this source that
your Pine Tree Tar Cordial, which was recom
mended formy daughter by Dr: J. A. gall, of
this city, has cured her of a cough of more
than five months' standing. I had thought
If& beyond cure, and had employed the best
of medical aid without any benefit. I can
alkeerfully recommend Me the public m a safe
dy for "those similarl affiicte
-- stirexeme 111
-as I know of many other cases besides that of
lny daughter that it has entirely cured of long
attoiding coughs. Yours respectfully,
• JOHN" Y. PARKER Daguerreair Artist.
• ' 126 Genessee street, Utica, N. Y.
• ' * * have used Dr. Wishart's
Pine Tree Tar Cordial in my family, and can
cordially recommend it as a valuable and safe
medicine for colds, coughs and to those pre
disposed to consumption.
Di. G. A. FOSTER, 160 Genessee street,
The above are a few among the thqusands
which this 'great remedY. has saved from an
We have thousands of letters from physi
piamiand druggist 'w have
.1d the Tar Cordial, saying that they have
iiever used or sold a medicine which gave
such universal satisfaction.
L&i i 4 & °uAGINMIs
The Tar cordial, when taken in connection
,yith Dr` Widish's Dyspepsia Pats, is an in
rabible cure for Dyspepsia.
The Pi Tun. T&L:Conn/ax., will ellr e •
Coughs, Sore Throat and Breast, Broechar,
- tlsthmig . Whooping Cough, Dipthene, 4ed
also an excellent remedy for obsesses 01
lidueys and female complaints.
BEWARE OP COVWTEKFEITS
The genuine haS the name of proprietor and a One'
Irge bloWn tuwebattle. All others are spurious imita
hum hrzi CRETE and On Dou,n per B orn „
pxred poly by the Proprietor,
Ito. 10 Abell Second. Street, Philadelphia, Ya.
Sold by DriblestievedirlierelsWiteleludeby all PhDs
a ag ali ngliew Xerit, f linouraie Druggists, utaxlo l y
Utica, New York
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