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11011 , 11 - EVENING, APRIL :4, 1364.
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FoR SALE —A pair of iron grey horses lour
,ears old this spring—will work .either single
or double. Inquire.of Kunkel & Bro., 118 Mar
get street, Harrisburg. mar 31-4t*
PCCTOTIAL CORDIAL • for. Dry, Chronic and.
C.,tarrhal Coughs. Ifsed.in various irritable.
etions of the,Thrbat and Chest, very plea,-
~.rint to the taste and soothing in its 'effects
prepared solely by., S.• A. Kunkel .&.
Apothecaries, 118 Market 'street, Earrisbuii.A
lIANN - vAter'S Bronchial Troches for-hoarse
ness and throat diseases, for sale'at Di /files'
Drag store, corner Third'and North streets, and
Dr. Wm. 13. Egle's Drug store, Ridge Avenue.
TILE celebrated crystal spectacles properly
A djusted to the eye ; microscopes from 100 to
700 diameter ; tower telesdopes, field glasses;
(I,?fining an object from . one ; to ,ten niiles,;a id
all kinds of optical, mathematical- and philo,
sophical instruments at liosendale's'- Optical ,
Institute, 8 Market Square. - Artificial 'eyes
inertctl. Send for a circular! janBdtf
TOWN AND _COUNTRY
Hanna DAVIS' Panorama is now on - eshilgii
l ion at Mechanicsburg. -_ The people of the.
town and vicinity should not fail to•aie it.. e
lE.::TERDAY Rev. Laverty preached
his iutroductoty sermon in the Fourth Street
Bethel, iu presence of a large •and :attentive
EITESSIVE SALE. —fWe invite attention to a.
large sale of personal property to .take place
at the residence of Mr. Munson, Ridge
to-morrow, at 10 o'clock. . . ,
BOLING TO co BY ES:PREM.—On Saturday an.
intoxicated woman called at the express office,
and demanded to be sent East by the 'coin`-
parry. It was with great difficulty that the
clerks succeeded in convincing her thai they
did not transport wanting whisky-veesels by
PARADE EY TRH ORDER OF ••AISSEEICAN ME-,
ciwvcs.--We are informed that Fulton 00:1211.L.
No. 35, 0. U. A. M., Will have a public
parade in this city, on Tuesday, April 19t1i.
Invitations have been extended to the coup-
oils throughout the State to participate,:;and
there will no doubt be an imposing diplay.
WI: invite attention to the card and "spe
cial notice of 'Messrs. Jester & Barringer'
who announce that they will'attend propipt4
to houi . e, and sign painting. TheseAentle
men are first-class painters, - -anci. wilPrender
entire satisfaction to all who may need their
HAirAromc SOO:WM—The Harmonic Society
will meet for singing at 7 o'clock this ogigi
day) evening in the Baptist church. The'uni
nual election of officers will take place aid .
fell attendenee of members is expected, Per
sons having in their possession any books be
longing to the 'society will please to bring
them in without further notice.
ArporsTmEnTs,—The City conneiton Battu :.
day evening la* made the folloviing-apliciintt .
meats for the ensuing year, viz: 11.
Clerk of the Market—George W. Hoffman?
City Regulator—Hother Hage. '
Assistant Regulators—AleXtinder Trsnilton
J. K. Cowden.
City Solicitor--John W. Brown, Esq.
Collector of Water Tax—Baniiidßnytelini
Engineer of Water House i —Johli.Pkik.
Keeper of Lock-np--Daniel K. Callender.--:::
DEATH OP TEE LIBEARIAII.OP TIM STATE
ATE. —We regret to announce, this 'Afternoon;
the death of Capt. William P. Brady, , for manY:
years the Librarian of the State Senate. The:
deceased had, a few days since,
of his bands, which resulted in an attack of
the erysipelas, terminating in his deatii.':
announcement will create a wide spre4dll
- as Capt. B. was largely acquainted with
the'PolitiCians and legislators of, the Coiß
monwealth, having been an officer of.the Son: ,
ate for many years.
—We have no means of giving the age of
the deceased. A soldier of the war ot 4812;.
he had of course reached an. age. at which me*
look for death ; and yet, had'the .old hero mot
met with the, accident referred .to;:he might
have lived for many years. He *as, we be
lieve, iceitizen of 141"01tri county, to whichhis
remains are to be removed.
- VINDALISM. —One of the 'most_ beautifully
arranged gardens in the city, is that:Which sur
rounds the residence of Air. I). D,'p6 . 4, Front
street above Locust: It has taken 'years of,
patient labor and the expenditure of large
sums of money to bring the _vines•andplititit,
with which it is enriched and adorned, to
fection; and while its appearance Was a
source of admiration to the pnblic and of. de-
light to the - proprietor thereof, - it was neyq_
dreamed that there was a wretch so base and
cowardly as deliberately to despoil these
grounds of either their beauty or their value.
Yet such a wretch does live. Some time since,
a magnificent vine, bearing.a beautiful wax
berry, which was trailed along the front of the'
house, was maliciously destroyed, by some
person or persons unlatown. It required Years
to bring this vine to perfectioii;- and :WaS
highly valued by ldr.'l3oas. Last week, a'veri
large and valuable grape vine, in the pMe
yard, was separated and trailed 'so as to &fiord
more room for the immense amoiiiitrOf-*it
which it usually bears. On Sattirdiiiiigh
some villain entered the yard, and severed tAis'
uut at the root, thus comp/dely destroyi it.-
This is an act of ,vandalism which exceied ng
i, - Aft
that we ever heard of;- and we sincerely latest
that the perpetrator -may yet be brb4iglit 'to
A STAT . = meeting of the Good Will fire
company will be held in their hall this (Mon
daY) evening at seven o'clock. Every member
is requested to be present, as business of
importance will be transacted.
Tam 107th Pennsylvania Regiment arrived
here yesterday. These noble veterans have
participated in many engagements, and al
ways gave "a good account" of themselves.
May their visit home be one of great enjoy
Mar KILLED. —On Mniday.nvening,, a young
man named Jno. Shoemaker, was killed by
another named Rouchelander, both of Ran
dolph township, Crawford county, under the
following circumstances: Rouchelander had
been married on that day, and in the evening
a number gathered around .kis house to en
gage in a "serenade," as is:the custom in
.some communities, corciposed:of all manner of
'hideous noises. In this amusement Shoe
'maker, as we understand, was not engaged,
b t ut was inside of the house, being a particu
lar friend of Rouchelander. About 11 o'clock
lAveral of the serenaders entered the house,
which so incensed Ronchelander that he seized
a stick of fire-wood £6lil aimed a blow at one
of them, which, being,_ evaded, struck the de
ceased upon the h7ad, from
~ the effects of
which he died the smile night. Rouchelander
was committed to jail Tuesday.
DEFEAT OF A GOOD DIAN AND A FAITH
Pox OFFICER. —The removal of the old
clerk of the market, Mr. F. P. Haehnlen,
•while none of the otter '-of6.ders .juSualir k
`elected at this time of the year were changed,
may be, regarded as i one, of the, most relent
'the Democratic leaders where they have
-•power. No better officer ever ]ivied than
Fred. Haeluden—nor a more faithful or honest
man was ever charged 'with the performance
'of la public duty. And yet he was struck
because he and his brothers would not
wink at thif.ift-audi
whose shameless conduct towards the soldiers
has made for them a record of infamy which
!mist endure forever. ~T- h epsJicy of the Popa
ocrEOicleklaett:oi'fct: or corruption.
' 4511) :
,dares to opposethe fraudsor corruptiOn. ;et-.
the least among the Democracy. To satisfy
this_policy, the old clerk of the market was
saCrificed. But we have a notion that he has
friends who *II, not, rest stitisfied with his
treatment. • • •
A TaMPORLRY Ho= POE min Farzanwas
NannEn.--in opporturdrY for doing g 90.- is
offered in - ihe iinmediate neeessttrfor . aliallsf)'
f9r friendless:families, who are sci' .. gonstintli
a:diving.* Harrisbprg. . ,
there are at presenbilithe old school house. ,
in CinFry, alley, softie twerity.-Versons i l iefti r .
gees from t e sit##, men; *omen and
dren. There-are-no syistematieiarrtuAgementS
it# comfortable sleeping, clelizilLesi = OP'oUrei'
_Common requisites •to existence. Sickness
prevails among them, and this compulsory
mingling of the healthy with the sick, may
produce an ,epiderAic. , Several have, died
within a few days, and we care not to inquire
how ranch the insatiate archer was helped in
iS work by the absence of those attentions
Which' the gimerous hearts• of the -people of
Harrisburg are.ever t readyAo give. &few days,
ago we sat Putt get*, iliirier r flinfily;.,,
a widow The'cleauliness,
of the party ihtdieniiirlcalAd;litind the presence'
of a careful mother was apparent in their
patched garments. These people will continue
to come to our land of plenty, for the place
Arom whichitheytoalnetis barren:: -Let tilrome
..tyi provided for them. A. house being taken
for the purpose, it could have all its necessary
nrniture put in it in a day from the surplus
of our Otis*: 00 . 21Arnitieritteeds:thesp i peo
plc at . other points, and donl:Aloes all rations_
ineededlO4a4i . 4V.inie
the post--ctaarnissary tiereo,:oPxoperlyiYaii
matized; nb'elintitrittruld-be *Anted.' ~` Meat
and women are needed in the busy avenues of
labor, and as soon as any could be helped to
a ;way of maintaining themselves, let them be
removed :to nuke rdOM-fdr' fitlifirs; the
Christian Association, or the local branch of
the Sanitary Commission, or our generous
and active ladies, give one day to the organi
zation of a temporary home for the friendless?,
information lin , regard !-.Bpring , Millinery, •
special informatien of our gady , lreadeffir•The
:fashion has duly changed again. Last year
'the famous bonnet which some matter-of-fact
individuals ipolitely.tinedilie aiksr:scra
per" became the "heart-shaped" bonnet—the
'top falling downward to complete the trans
formation. Now the last-named iEylO
and the,stilele4iidentlY;;apProaekng 4 that..ef
:fd*- . 3r* . eafa'Aai,iye kbitOited
only of a little cover worn on the back
iart of thehead; forthe dimensions of the
hat of this Spring And buninker are Materially
The principal variation in tyvtgeneral style
of th‘f . )llVii.4o. 91:Ageti014444,16 is in
its size. 1, -The-Oval fonatia preserved; -but the
_bonnet is smaller and closer, though the top
has saffeAd the Brea eft a;,i,i,iiation.
• The materials used in making the bodies
'of the hats are principalli crape and lace; but
there is very little silk: The prevailing colors
are white, yellow or straw, pearl and cuir—a
`deep but not briglit'shkde of yellow, in other
wordereseinbling tharcitleatlier: .4Z/Id=ftisll
ionedpink, so, , kingout,ef . sight, is used to
The trimming is scarcely so heavy as re
cently, but is mostly.Nion the clown. The
top of the bonnet is still slightly trimmed,
.and the face trimming:remains, though there
is less of it than last :Owner. The flowers
used and the ornaments- are quite numerous.
Jets and pearl buttons are also common; to
gether with "artificials," ofmany descriptions,
of the prevailing colois.
The prices of bonnets have advanced nearly
live per cent —and rake at the best establish
ments from fifteen or twenty to one hundred
dollars or higher. ": 1
• ; The importation appears to be less than in
former years; bat the'style and finish of the
;cifferings are nevertheless better. Few good
4r piddling quality can be di sposed ot
A STATED xis:rind thb - I,'il.644ihip Fire
Coinpany will beheld in their hall, on. Mon
clay evening, at the usual hour.
Arrszrrros ! "Crruss."—The regrdarstated
meeting 4;_the 4 ‘Cib . ..zen fire engine, iiiiS.OSP
compete- will -be
ing at 7 o'clock. N. B. Eyery,raember is
required to be , present atthiSMeeting!:
- Wes. J. LAWRENCE,. Sec'y.
OFpro.E.us FOB COLiPIEp TaotSps..--During the
past week, twenty -thee studentseof the' Free
Military Seliool applicants fOr s -ebramand
of 4olored troop's, established by the Super
viegiyCOnnnittee, appeared before the Board
of !Examiners at Washington, we4i passed.
of those who are to•rankaa captain,.
we notice the name of John W. Taylor. of Har
T46Enx.---On• Saturday evenirig,
0 . 1 1 7 0 3 4 ks c!t PuOtr. : - -2s2.K4Fatt29-
f ieptha.priyate boxes at the Continental
Theatre, in ,:Pl4delphia. A young wi.:0014
na:ffied Mafgaitt: • Baer, (otherwise known as
Afttggie Mitchell formerlY Pf..POttOillerl4.,
was shot WI iridiaantly killed
. by a y,dung man ;
twenty years of age, named , Howard
*te4ell,i - j icto:,ay,s Oat he - was formerly apt
ployed as:a, firemarvim . aelplxia, mil
mington and naltira ore railroad!' Mitchell
was drunk, and : had a quarrel with ...the :frail
.Thr4shcits were =fired at the un
AatirsisAgre.T.L.Althir_iliticitre, a - `grand bill
omentid for evening", 7 ;'tin: of
-the gkeatthrillint drama, Oititled The pittm-
Ger 11)&1,4, in which Mr. W.‘ Jennings
faPpear in four distinct characters; and
bli.seNelly Sprague,. the fascinating young
tragedienne, will represent .Margaret, the
Queen of _trance. The 'entertainipent3q'Con- .
clud'eWitli the Stage bYrUck radon , with Miss
Fanny Denham as.Saliy Scraggs, and Mr. W. •
R. Rouse as Tom Tike., ...This is the silty-'
fourth: night of the Stareombination Company:
in our city. , • • . ,
aracrosb's OPERA Moth* Goose
and her Golden Egg :will be the attraction, for
Vie • entire week: The past week, notwith
:litanding the inclement weather, the 44-Rises
have been full. The matinee, on Saturday,
amidst, a snow-storm, drew together a very
select end fashionable asitlitialgage,'Aridirtearly
filled the HalL In-, consequence of many
subscribers who, fearing there wOuld be no
perforuiari*;ren:Cupiug ' away,' 4 - ;t: Aatford .
announced a, repetition on Saturday : next,
`When a programme ofunusual exeellerice will
:be giveh flr family patronage: By all means
:4oret fail to see the pantomirae. Miss Julia, -
.the favorite, danseuse, appears nightly :
lirrortoc•bx's NA:rimer,'Lir,t L .corttinues to :
be crowded=nightly with •large.and select aril
lieuces.: Mr. H. hAri engaged a nu.loer of
new' artistes,, who will appear this evening.
the timerick Boy is:an the list:cif playw for to-_
night. AWEfolin' es ; 'the 'comedian, ap-
OE Milky Roles, vbo- appears 'l , nighbly,
PhilidelPitia-paper says, in noticing his par-.
formarliea*t a theatkein, tlusit, city : 4r.f
Him Rol i:ies has so long, been acknowledged
the greatest.poraic.-osinger on. the 'American
Stage,. that I 'llll 'criticism is -idle and: out of
place. The applause he receiveS is well be
stowed, and at the conclusion of each song,
'round after round of applause testifies to the
poPularity of, the man and the . expellence •of
his singing +r
Read the advertisements of -the above coin
panies wider the head Of '"Amusements."
Hoor SraiTS.—While much hair been: said
against hoop:or • extension skirts,,vte are now
prepared to advocate the claim. upon „public
favor for the * 'new style" of 'skirts lately intro
anit under: the -exclusive :control of C.
L. Bownlan,inthi's.city. Each skirt is marked
with These skirts are made in . one
lioop.with-slaral-steel wire,,and . cannot lit
out of order. In. trade ,parlancethey are
called ely, QnakeT _mod Qtiak& skirt
can be examined at No. 1, corner of Front and
MlP'ket: btre'ett4 ; I ; :
-NEW FIRM. , * -
.1,1r7d. J. JESTER; who has been engaged at sign paint
tug for the past-tbyee or four yearw,tiztlont;mblat, has ta
,sociated with'hlut Mr. J. P. Barringer hulk:they are now
prepal'oll to dolmusE ANQ SIGN PAINTING•in all its
, branches, and have aonordingir:OpendOl 'wee Old stand,
ender the firm of Jester & A:miner, Coirt 'Nouse alley,
„pear Narket street y , where all orders will hoigmptly at
MO4 , - Ball's - Rentedies;'
I tale this method :of cheerfidly thanking the publie
for pilt 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 thla valuable medi
cintS.,l:l- think! safelY say it is the very ".beat Were&
to ilf&rt. - It 'will . ; regulate -the..whole system; can be.
taktuilit anytime ; :notear need :be apprehended in re- ,
gird' to t 1 I have also a. valuable Salve -tcaill proud.
- 1.18.411; and mother td dm* and heal- This has healed
sores that have rupi2o!years. lify,Dysentery, ~Drops,
fanvcordial and Boltgh- Drops have been. well , tried. I
„need say nothing in - .their favor. I have' constantly on
hand those Medicines and Salves. MRS, , L. BALL, .
merit; 27.BouilliPine street, Harrisburg, Pa.
toughs and Colds.
The sudden; changes of .4)ll}' Amato are sources or Pal ,-
'IIOXASY, and'aartloOlat UPSOIIOIIB. 1,4
"lance hairitig frieVed thit Midge idinedibs — often
Meedilyyrben taken in the early stages of, the , disease, roe
'course ahead utt ~onee be had to "Bream's', Brut/chug
'Trocherap,Ler-Loatinges, lot the 'Cidd, Cough' or Irritation
of the Throat be ever so slight, as by thlit Tireciution a
more serious attack may. beosMectually warded Edi, To
tro Smairsaa and Stscustes will find therd effectual for
clearing, and strength e ni ng: the voice:. 'Soldiers should
havethelay, as they can be carried Itithe pocket and'tam'.
as ocautimuelpfrea • • • Mar2p4‘ll2l.
HAIR DYE t' HAM-DYE 1 t'
tfittchelails - ,Celebrated Bair' 'Dye .
zin „slat IN illflitz,Zl::
..`pray Hama* True and Adiable Dye Known.
Thift sidendid Hair Dye in perfect -changes Rusty
or Gray Heir instantly to a Messy Mask or NaturalDimon
without injuring the Hair Or :dentin g the-Skirtjeaving the
Hair soft and beautiful ; imparts fresh vitality, frequently
restoring its pristine color, and. rectifies the AU effects of
.bad Hydr: The - genuine is signed INTILLAV . A. BATCH
RIDS. All others are mere imitations, and should be
avoided. Sold by all Druggists, &c.' - Factory—Sl SAP , .
CLAY ST, N.-Y. . •
11420e8rAnithi NEW TOILIIr.-1713EAM708 iIitSINUSG
, Pension, Back Pay, Sabsistende and Military
and War Claims, generally, maile.out and collected. Per
sons residing at a distant?: can have their business trans•
acted by mail, by addraisilng
EUGENE SNYDER; Attornepat-Law.
dert-trty? Third street, Harrisburg, P,o.
Hoptmor, SOAP. ,
This celebrated Tian Botagb, lit l i uc h. fad de
mand, it made-from the choitest aPin mild
and emollient in Its nature, fragran:ayseentMat
ankesitentalylienadkutal in it5,t,1.11M4he1 8 4 114, ,
1 ball Druggists and rawly ddcahspaajavv-
Ja ba l, ..110i . TE _411%7.
BANNVART'S ► INCRIA - TROCHES,
For the'crui of Hoarseness, 'throat- Dis
eases, &c„ are specially recommended to
minister/s o li:ha - 10ms and persons whose.vocation
calls thelzgo speak in priblic. Manufactdred
only by d. A.- Benuvaxe -De., Haitisburfr
Pa-, to whom.all orders'should. be addressed.
riol , dby druagist, every where.
. Reid the fallpyking-testiitionia . Is from some
of our eminent clergymen '
ILtnaracrria, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. BANN - yaw—Dear have used
Bro Wit's Pronehial Troghes,:Wistar'sLosenges
and - other • preplotrations for hclareeness and'
throat troubles, and in comparison with theiii
all, can cheerfulli 'cinmend far 'own as a
mosrf:Ailinxble: speCAd fepublic speakers
andJsingers, ceses, , oke,hearsenestw .ePtikhs.
and cold:s. I litoiei . 4chind them serving in
tune of need, most §itb'etitalt,_
Yonrs •T. 'Pliuslßut, •
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church. e
. agiee With Mr.' labitisoi. a fce
value of &nuvarreßrettehitd fflrochegy
`": ' so.< CATTELL,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Chunk
To a A. 8... o ?l'lv,i-iiir:Vair Sir: An..liWillif*t
of . speaking vorT , freithoutlii '3 .isnalilkii ll 4o.9o
'whaffYletvocid organslaroweFyinuch. taxed,
I hanfpnad, the neeorpf trobielfe;ithii)tpoptp.
ispf, faa - 412.0 Witi4,bas , banaliikatealt qvir .
„ „ ,
I - Consider them. verylar..stiperior te any
Loierigeti that I haire eitintie'driff removing
`speedily that huskiness of , the , voise r arising
,froni its too frequent :use, .and , imitairiug',the
affectiTeness ,of the
,debirei.y,, of public ad!
dresses. Yours &'c.,, ~"
3146;VOireirit JAC KSON
_Paste& of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
.. _ •
To 0. A. Bowsirr i - 7 -Dear Sir: Having•used
your Bionchist Troches,l am free to say they
are the best I hive ever tried and takextest.,
alllicteci. with "sore thrdac, or_ IniskinbSEC4a
voice:ailiing from lili *' -
it 'l'T: i iii* .-- itr'ig" --
.„..G. p.,. NESX-WV,
Pastor of Ai4gelienite r etliOdiat Chrtreh.
• Ihnp,,tsusno, F„pb. 29, 1864 ,
T4:4 AABAiliverili--- - : hav e
Found your Troches to be invaluable i re
,hparseness and in' strengthening the
inuadesafftl4 throat; t Th'ef impart4leatness
to the:voice, ,anddare,certaknly of great bene
fit to all public speaker*.. EEERit
NEW ADVERT.' EMENTS
„I,ALE 4-E6/11, nocKs
The Measurement of Timiand the• Record p
THE GREATARROVENENT OF THE AGE !
ZEISPIERDIAN, NiSi's2 Market street,
. _Harrisburg hai received the - agency of the Corn
bined Measurer of Tanei angHembrd'' er of Dates,
LEWIS' PATENT CALENDAR -CLOCKS
to Which'ionderful piece of mechanism he respectfully
invites the attention'. of.the Publib. • Ile-greet advantage
of this clock is, that the.inachinery • of-the calendar is
entirely disconnected with the,works of the clock; that it
is simple itrits construction, requiring none of the clean-
Mg necessary to the works of an. ordinary clock, and it
can be transported without the least liability to damage.
Trda.Calendar is self-setting; the 21-hour wheel of the
clack moves the Calendar. at midnight -for the following
day, and the mechanism of, the Calendar is such that it
sets itself for the.long , and short . months, thus,. without
any attention (except to keep - the clock woundyit will not
only point out the time of day. but ,also ,the dui of the
ivbeth of the, month and.mopth.of the year, giving 31
.;days March,. iday, July,- Aug.,,Cot. and Dec.; 80
'days to April, June, , Sopt. end NoV,,.and to February it
will give,' .28. days.for three ralccessiveyeass and titt.the
fourth year :29 ;days,- thus making •all the,,phangee,
'chiding Bissextile or Leap 'Year. inin2B.42w
RIEWSB' SCID 110 1 6 "
EXCELSIOR PIANOS. 't '
'SOY AGENL AT 'ANOMIE'S,
, iftlexttet,:f troet Harrisburg , • ••
‘l6 - 101t.. REASONS ISerfectiy satisfactory to
~ .IITSELFI have-taken the agency of the above nelk
-excellent Pianos— Thepablic Is invited•to come and, ex-,
amine for themselves: ~ • ;• • ;
A few Schomacker & Co's ?falloff on hand yet Will be
sold low, " .„ niar2s-tf
' NO. 4,J,OrfES , ROW.
lIIHE UNDERSIGNED reBpeotfallyitiforms
the public that Ite.tute kurchaaed the
• HAT AND: ,CAP :SORE ' .
Late the property of T. J.•BLFARETT4IdeceaBect, rogrthat ,
he will - continueaho.busitesset the old• - ..stand, whore
will constantly keep on hand a geferatessortment of
LAT.ES,T, STYLES; •
whichswill beeold at- reasonable.rates. •
A liberal share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
roar2B-d2w . •i ' R. R. LOW,.
JO TIN , •A::
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EtA , RICET STILE:E.T r ABOVE l'OtriiT-H,
'(Niner oroa ADAMS, Exenr.ss OFFICE,)_•
H A. R 11.14; B.IZT R: Cr..
Warrants, :Mims; Government securities Checks
venni:TF* 3 ,444 Cask*. , xna42Bd2ras
•r Moving ! Moving
AS tlßS — iialthe time to prepare for ,11E01..-IL
it would be well if all having to more ; Aeond
gathermilheirinralea-Furniture and send - itAirillirios
Aucttelftiik r aVilrelturelloterei, *ere' the htgliWlßl
cash iiiikheligil'fimekticippoArs,eeoWurtsi- -
or entiange - for-ne. '
NEW FURNITURE of . the finest quality always_on
hand. ' ;DANIEL BARR, rgirt
marl 9 L-Aue'lloneer.
ANY person furnishing „illfpnatiektof the
whereabouts: 4 oC any ...deserter , ; ,4otti: t•Jte" United States servlce*Alll receive the aboite tews t iik . , An 'Com-
Int f ni ca tk ns ftridiyaVjgentia,l, king' .tuif "N
liana. XddraSS BOX 13,
Ma r4 . ;o l.W . t r llarlisbiirt Pa.
TEPORT4ITT TO M.f.L.- 7 -It will restore the
i to health; CIO intemperate to temperanos. • The
Ithubeib".Wlne will do it all. Don't think 'the reading of
the advertisement will do; we don't 'claim that. Ralf
you will to to C. K. KELLER'S Drug:Stens and get - some
of the Wine and examine it. for yourself,: it will : set. you:
:right; I will warrant you on ULM. Orders tor- wine and
mine phuits taken and tilled by our atithorized agent, C.
:K. KELLER, No: 91 ifirkatatreet, Harrisburg, -Pa.. leer
fall particulars apply to or address the above.
JAMES It: Lemparr;
• ; Milton; Pike county,
mar22-iltf" Aiiholeitida Dealerin Wine Plants.
C , .
TOBACCO SEED can be.had.-at BO cents.per ounce,
at •WYKOIV'S BEGAR nom,
mar29-Aw* ::Market street.
3E:: 0 T 0 itv.
GROSS" - NEW BLOCS, .
Market Street, Harrisblirg,
1,006 DIFFERENT EMUS
CLOAKS AND:CIR OUVAR,S,
PINE SPRING. SILAiWLS.
Will open on the Ist of April. . Unar2l-11y
F INE NO. I^I.S.O3pREL . KittB, Stlf4re -,
oebiod..* • • "SiIISLER* . FRA2E.R.
meal ' fecooiSeiors to Wm. Dock, Jr, k
SS I A ORAN cES. --A "
* 0 ; "
Mi l *vilice**eilidiai °rouges just received
i Near. • BMX. =MYER.
D I . ESERABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE t
I SALE.---The subscriber, residing six miles above
I li.irrisburg, on thii Susquehanna river, offers at private
sale the following desirable property, all of which is con
, venient to both the Canal and Railroad, and one of the
markets--in the State the city of Harrisburg:
I No. 1. A'TAVERN STAND, with four acres of land,
more or lees, on which. is erected a substantial Stone and
-Mastered HOME, continuing eleven rooms; a large Stlane
'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, 'horror less, on
which is erected a Grist Mill, Store Howe,- four Dweilifig
libuses, with out-buildings. The Gristlfill is in goad run-
Aing ornee,• with plenty- of custent work, - -goodAisiter
-power, and a flue harbor for timber. The Canal and Rail
road pass through this property.
Nu. a A TRACT OF LAND containingl.so acres, more
or lessyiPart , "-tillable,i the. balance tinlber i - ein ,:s hick is.
OrtetlAtWO:Dwel.ling ROLggS with Stabli--wthq frame of
'a Saw Mill, a head and tali 0f213i feet, *i*V 406 yards
'Cif , Canal and Railroad. 'Tina' is a splendid' location !brit
forge, furnace, or factory- , .
No. ..o..,TRAWrcontaining 10-acres, with HOII&E and
-Stable, the Railroad and Canal Pass through,) on which is
pod' tonii'Qulaty,' large quithatitY brielt clay, a good
'seat for an anthracite furnace, or steam Saw MM.
No. 5. A Taker contaitling 453; acres of woodland, a
. I:lige quantity of which is chestnut rail linaber, oak.,.hiCk
"ory, &c., - on which there is about four acres cleared, with
'HOUSE and Stable. thereon.: The' tract is„ti mitelrOrn.
Great and Railroad..
The above propert.s - will 'sold on. ,terina to, salt pir
chasm It col bcPneierhy tailing on stibsonlier, era
tho property, or -any informations:can.. he. Wren; .by adk
. , JOHN, C. at'ALLIST . EIt, •
' Snag - iibtanna; P. 0.,
Dauphin county, Penn?a: .
.Churxr Insixrixer I
A new thing.
Boot and Shoe Man
Agents In Mind.
Steam Weekly to Liverpool.
pgr.l The.vrell known Steamers of the LiverpOol,
New York and Philadelphia 'StennishlPlCompany; emu ,
tended tir:All es follows: • - •, , •
CITY OF MANOlikbri..R, Saturday, April 9; CITY OF
LONDON, Drittirday, 'April ld &TN*, Saturday; Apritrllt,
and every succeeding Sanirday, atNoon, from Pier' 44,
RATES OP Vialtt4E,
PAYABLE IN GOLD, OR ITS NOVIVALENT IN CURRENCY.
,FIRST CA81N ....:. $ BO 00 S TEERAGE .. . . $3O 00.
do . to C01id0n...... 'B6 - 00 - do , to London...:ll. - 84'00
•do to Parts:— .. .. .. 95 Ob. .do .to Paris - • , 40.00'
..' do to Bamburg.:. 90 00 do,to,ll49nrarg.. . 37 .00
Passengers also fOrward to, Havretgremen:Rotter
dam, Antwerp, &c .at' &Partly low raten•
Parestrom Live;pool• or Queenstown rlst Cabin, $76,
sBs,', $lO5. Steerage, $B6. • Those who wish to send . for
'their friends can buy rackets here at these rates.
For further information apply artlie - Companrs omces
JOAN G. DALE, Agent, 15; Broadway, 'N.Y., or E.. 0.
ZIMNBRMAN, Ifarrisburp. ..; - ' • . . 'itszlni...
. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS.
!FM Vest and cheapest variety, of PRO
j, TOG H ALBUMS in the city are constantly kept .
at : , Sinai ] 'BERGNER'S CHEAP B00103TORE:
MEE WINE made from this GRAPE so
, nearly resembles Port in, Saver, body and, color that
none but the berstjadges could : distinguish. it from ieng;
imported. Port..-as It uscal to be.
The subscriber has been aprininteir agent for ihe 'sale
a • • -.V.T.NiF.4.S
of this grape by an 'eateasrve 'grower in Western New
York; and can furnish them in any..guantity at moderate
The wine is at present .selling of -train $1 60. to .$4, ea
cording.to age, and the suplity is unequal to the demand.
leigskorte Nnisery, Feb 28, 1864.
MOO'well 'known hi this xitSiltoLteed Ocaa 7 -
mendation. In use by •
PRESIDENT LINCOLN,- • . • : ,
GOVER . NOR CURTIN • • •
- • • - ,••• -= .111 LON PEtlillSON,
And many other distinguished citizens. The undersigned.
offers theselmperblnstruments at prices that cannot fail
to command public patronage,
• N. B.—No OLD stock on hand:- . • „
Also, Sole Agent for the unrivalled •
STEINWAY P IANO,.
BRA_Dittritir'S - CEVEZIR4TED PIANOS.
Chlekering's and several'&her of The . very hest makes
None but perfect instruments sold.
Call and' see hugest Stock 'ante! great cities. •
rnar2S 2f '• - S. WARD Third street Music. Stdro.
A . LARGE and splendid Book Case,' with
Glasa•Sash above and panels , Inquire. at
BARR 4 . 1)0. 7 8 Auction Store, First' National Bank,
NA TIVE WINE,.-.
FINE BLACKBERRY and ELDERBERRY. WDIR.—
Warranted pure. For side at.,
MELEE & FRAZEE,
. , „
Isui2s • • (snecessoretOEr. Dock, jr., & Co.)
TAYA,Jtunaiati and Lagnyra Coffee, at
ty SELLSLER &
(saccessots to W. Cockle., & Co.)
NE W 800 K. 8. 7 -Jr/LE RHOULDBIt
_ - DAYS OF SHODDY
Just maimed at Rejig SCEEFFER'S BOOKSTORE.; -
LA & RERINFS:WOB,CESTER SA.IICES,
- the most poi:lasi' end the pm% ever offeredto the
public, just received and for alaby •
SMSLER fi FRAZER,
DIU (succeasorsto Wm. I tnek, Jr k
PEAR TREES—Dwarf and Stlilltta k ii
the beet leading varieties, and of salierfor — grutettfr
can be furnished at fair - prices atthe keystone Nursery.
Nro better:CH:Ma TIM m
S ai be fin ma
IA in the eountty than the stock now on hand at the
Keystone Nursery. . - • . -
Tne.collection embtaces about h.ortX.,orituil
eties of differenkoolpra and from tkadniiiieni to latest.
aprzl..t,a ;i, ,•. • "JAWS 3114.12 c,.
and V aludide
--•-- - - -
of more general practical utility
than auy= inventicia now' before the
public. It has bash .thoroughly tested
during the last two yawn by practical
men, and pronounced by all to be
- SUP . ERIOR TO ANY
ilmro3o.B.litemumi Cznincr is a new
thing; and' the result of years of
study; its combination le on.
And under no circumstances or
change of temperature; wilt It be
come ciirrdpt of omit any' offenalio
BOOT AND SHOE
hltinufacttuers, Wing Machines, will
And it the best article known as
Cementing for theChannela it, works
witliont delay, Janet
change of of temperatureby atly
‘', ill andit: l / 4 Futliciently adhesive for
their use, as bas been proved.
n 'is Bspeciay Adapted eso Leather,
And we claim as an especial merit,
that it sticks Patches to Bodts and
Shoes ;sufficiently strong without
It is the only
Batalit that is a sure thing for mend
Furnitur, • '
And articles of Honsettqld use • •
Is in a liquid form anti as ap
plied as paste.
Azirorr's Lisountrat Gamin
Is Insoloole in water or oiL
Adheres oily substarices.
Supplied in .Familq or' Sfanufac
tones Packages from 2 ounces to 100
HILTON BROS. k CO.,
• • ..t. ~..• ....„,„,......t :
IS THE VITAL PRDICIPLEVF THERM TREE,
Obtained by a peculiarl) rwAss in the dis
tillation of the tar, by winch its highest med
ical properties are retained.
rinse you a tough ? Have you, eire Throat ?
Have you any of the preraonitOry . symptoms
of that most fatal disease, Consumption?
-.Those who should be warned by these
symptoms generally think lightly of them
until it is too late, Fronk - this fact;-per-
more than any, other,_ arises_ the sad IFeva7
fence tfild'fataliticif disease winch ncireeps io•
the grave at least "one-sixth" of death's
Consumption has. destroyed more of the
human-ffinnly than any , oil:CM:disease, and the
best physicianS for many years have despaired
-of a cure, or a remedy that would heal the
lungs, liitfor more than two hundred years
the whole medical world: has been impressed
that there was a iny'sterions power and effi
ciency in the Thia Tree Tar Wheal the lungs;
there ere theiliave recommended.the use of
which in many - eases had a - - good
.effect; brithow to combine. the medical' pro
perties so as to heal the lungs,. has ever been
a mystery , until it was discovered by Dr. L.
Q. C. WISH/ART, of Philadelphia, Pa. ; the
.proprietor ',lVislart's PiltdiTreeTar C`or-
Many, not only of the people, but phYsi
clans of every schocl.and practice, are daily
asking me, "What is the principle or cause of
_your success in the treatment of Pulmonary
an4B;timPtian 7.".. My answer is this:
The invigoration of the digestive organs
the strengthening of the debilitated SySte:ol—
purification and ; enrichinent of the hlood,
must expel from" the system the corruption
which scrofula breeds. While this is effected
by the powerful alterative (chaaging .froin
disease to health) properties of the Tar Cor
dial, its healing and renovating principle- is
also acting upon the irritated surfaces of the
lungs and throat, penetrating to each dis
eased part, relieving pain, subduing inflarnma
tion, and restoring• a healthful tendency. Let
this two-fold power, the hooting and the
strengthening, continue to act in conjunction
with Nature's c.onstant recuperatiA tendency,
and the patient is spired, if he has not too
long delayed a resort to the means of cure.
fask all to read the following certificates.
They are from men arid women of unques
tionable worth and reputation:
. 1 4,..T.SZLi.IIT—Dear. x,Sie:—.l had a very
dreadful cou . ge dna s..re throat for one
and my whole system was fast giving way, and
I was prostrated Cu my bed with but
hope of recovering.. My disease. bellied the
power of all medicines, and in a short. time
must have gone to my grave, but thank God,
my daughter-in-law would not rest unfit she
went to your store, No. 10 N. Second street,
and related my case to you, purchased ohe
bottle of your Pine Tree Tar Cordial and 'I
commenced to use it, and in one week I was
much better, and after using three 'bottles I
am perfectly well, and a, wonder to all my
friends, for they all pronounced me past cure.
Publish my ease if you think proper.
No. 1321 Wyllestai..,' , .t, Philadelphia.
Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar. Cordial is an
infalliable cure for -Bronchitis, 'Bleeding of
the Lungs, Smell:moat andßreast; ot
tion of the Lungs. '
Mr. WARD says: •
Da. Wrsnanor--t-Sir:—l had Bronchitis, In
hlammation- of the Lungs, Shortness of Breath,
and Palpitation of the Heart in their worst.
forms; I riatl Vain treated by several of the
Most emimmkphysiciatts in Philadelphia;` but
-theid'ordd not stop the rapid course of my
disease, and I had despaired of ever being re
stored to health. I was - truly on the verge of
grave. Your Pine Tree. Tar Cordial was
highly recommended to me by a friend; 1
tried it, and am thaidcful to say that, after
using four large, and one small, battles, I was
restored to perfect health. lon can give re
, ference to my house, No. 968 N. Second street,
'or at my office of Receiver of Taxes, from 9
ra. to 2 P. M. , corner of .Chestnut and Sixth
streets. tIOBIsr WARD.
Bead the following from Utica:
Dn. Wrsatenx—Dear Sir:—l take pleasure
in informing you. through'` this source that
your Pine Tree Tar C9rdial,,, which was recom-
mended formy daughter by Dr. d. A. Hall, of
thilqity, has cured her ofs • cough of more
thairfive months' Staitdirig. had thought
her beyond cure, and had.empleind the best
Of medical aid without-any benefit. I can
cheerfully recommend ittyi the public as a gate
and sureremedy for those similarly afflicted,
as I know of many other cases besides that of
my daughter thatit has entirely cured of long
standing coughs. Yours respectfully,
JOHN V. Etium - rt Daguerrean Artist.
126 Genessee street, Utica, N. Y.
* * ' -:---I have used Dr. Wishart's
Pine Tree o Tar Cordial in my family,, and can
cordially recommend it as a valuable and sate
medicine.for colds, coughs and to those pre
dispoied to consumption.
Dr. G. A. FOSTPX, 160 Genessee street,
The above are a few among the thousands
'which this great remedy has. saved from en
We have thousands of letters from physi
cians and druggists who have prescribed : and
sold the Tar ,Cordial, *bag, that they have
never used or sold a medicine which gave
such universal satisfaction.
.The Tar Cordial, when . taken in connection
with Dr. Wishart's Dyspepsia Pills, is an in
fallible cure for Dyspepsia.:..
The PINE 'Twit-A . /LB COIIDUL, will cure
Coughs, Sore Throat mu 3, Breast, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Whooping Oingh, .DiPtheria, and is
also an excellent remedy for diseases of the
kidneys and female complainta
BENVA.B,E•OP COVI%T PErr,
The genuine ha, s the name of the propriet. ,
tree Mewl, .n the hoti, 2,11 others are spurv..
l'lacr. Firn CEsTe and lan Dc444x. p er 's em i . rTe
paret only by the Proprietor, - -
Dr. L. Qv U. -W-ishart,
Sold by toriftistis everywhere, at Wholesale by all Phiia.
4eI PY /41 ;9!4_ 6 ?.?_i k- r e Dr°9lB V s l- Bth e l l
Utica, New York