Pennsylvania telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1864-1864, April 05, 1864, Image 3
pally Etlegrapij HARRISBURG, PA TIESDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 1861 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.—AII Adver tisements, Business Notices, Marriages, Deaths, CC., to secure insertion in the TELEGRAPH, must invariably be accom par led with the CASH. Advertisements ordered in the regular Evening Edition are inserted in the Morn ing Edition without extra charge. CITY ITEMS. Grass jars and bottles of different size, suit able for confections, and for putting up pre serves, for sale at C. A. Bannvart & Co's drug store, where a fine assortment of Meershaum pipes can be found. ap4-3t PECTORAL CORDIAL for Dry, Chronic and Catarrhal Coughs. Used in various irritable ctions of the Throat and Chest, very plea sant to the taste and soothing in its effects. Prepared solely by S. A. Kunkel & Co., Apothecaries, 118 Market street, Harrisburg. mar3l-4t* BINNVART'S Bronchial Troches for hoarse ness and throat diseases, for sale at Dr. Miles' Drug store, corner Third and North streets, and Dr. Wm. R. Egle's Drug store, Ridge Avenue. jan3o-dtf TICE 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 sophical instruments at Rosendale's Optical Institute, 8 Market Square. Artificial eyes inserted. Send for a circular! janBdtf TOWN AND COUNTRY. ThE men who continues long to drink the health of other people, is pretty sure to drink away his own MEASLES and scarlet fever are prevailing 'to some extent among the children of thift city. Comparatively few deaths have, however, oc curred. I=l CILINGE OF QUARTERS. —The office of the Provost Marshal was yesterday removed to Fourth street, between Market and Chestnut, and next door to Roumfort's bakery. • OWING to the recent snows, rains, etc., the, river is still "on the rise." It is now in capi.. tal order for rafting, and large quantitiei of lumber are passing here daily. I=ll Maur Goon, whoSe commitment to prison for vagrancy, &c., was recently noticed in our, columns, attempted to commit suicide by hanging on Sunday last. When discovered, she was suspended by a rope manufactured from clothing, but life was not extinct. IT appears as if we are to have all the diia greeable weather of winter and spring at once. We have had rain or snow almost every day for two weeks past. Perhaps spring - will set in in earnest, when the present "spell" is. CiER PERSONS desirous of passi4 an evening. pleasantly will do well to visit Hitchcock's national ball on Second street. His enter tainments are very excellent—tone but good performers being engaged. The curtain rises at half-past seven—a half hour earlier than at other places of amusement, oonsequently4ou 'sill reach home earlierthan. - when attending elsewhere. SALE OF CONDEMNED STOLE.-4 large §ale . of condemned Govermment horses and mules is advertised by Captain Reichenbach, in our columns to-day. This sale is well worth the attention of persons who are desirous of pur chasing stock. Frequently these condemned animals are sold at very low rated, and ly a liberal application of, feed can be impriJ i vett l tO such a degree as to pmderlheM arrabst iVnel fully as valuable as they were before entering the service of the country. THE aged pickpocket, Abraham Wolf, who accidentally placed his hand into Captain Sul livan's pocket, at the depot, a few dui ago; to whose fingers the Captain's pock - et-book, containing $1,500, adhered until nearly ouit o of the pocket; and whose arrest and commit ment to prison for trial we noticed at length at the time of the occurrence, is again at large. One thousand dollars bail has been given far his appearance at the April court. . This 4 . a 'very singular proceeding. It is not supposed that three week's imprisonment would "seri ously damage the health of Walt neither will he be materially beuefitted by being. at 'large three weeks, at the end of which time he - will (?) appear for trial. - Good-bye, Wolf! =I A BIT or ROMANC.E.—When the bloody bat tle of Gettysburg was raging hottest, a young Lieutenant, who was bravely leading his men in the front line, fell in the Moment of mak- : ing avictorious charge. Severely wounded ho was borne bleeding from the field, and W • as taken to a private house, a short distanoi, the rear of the battle , ground. The army surgeons being all engaged in Caring fr the' wounded, shelteredby the hospital4(y ate; the Lieutenant was left without. "a ,phyr . deian. A young lady, who was on a visit tear ,mefrfends in the neighborhood, noticed lit a condition, and kindly bandaged his wound .s and viateh ed by.his side until surgical ai d could be ren dered. His injuries were fou, ad to be so great that his life was despaired r if and he was ,un able to be removed .fro* roT the house. 'file young lady .redly unteered to be his nurs e. I'or weeks - she bent over him, soot led his fevered. Ilprow and watched the faint flutterings of life 3. The sufferer gyre w better; and, during th‘ 3 days of convalescence, the fair nurse and :laer patient feattned,to speak of love. Before the young lady left for her home irj Kentucky, the vows ot leye - Were plighted. Months rolled away, and, theT.fieu tenank 'wounds were healed, 'but . he -could not frirse t his nurse; and, taking thiciialiffor L or:isvilfe, he again stood in the pre - SWit: of 13: 4.8 betrothed. On last Thursday 134E4 . 114AS romance was finished with a segiel,:b.Fl:the happy paix being *tad in. ivedlock. thrumoroam is recommended as excellent for scolding wives. A husband, who has tried it, says : "No family should be without it." Was are the rebel leaders like turkeys? Be cause when their necks are stretched there will be a general thanksgiving• MR. CYRUS BOWMAN, of Perry county, was robbed of $65 last night, by the light-fingered gentry of this city. The robbery occurred on Market street, between Market Square and the depot. THa following is the report of Camp Curtin hospital for the week ending on Saturday last: 'No. admitted, 33; No., returned to duty, 5; died, 1; No. remaining, 76. Ma. Mrsn, of the Keystone Nursery, will offer a fine assortment of ornamental and other trees, shrubbery, &c., at the lower Market house, to-morrow morning. Go and see then]. See advertisement. PAXTON FIRE Cormarr.—' , -A 'reguku stated meeting of the Paxton Fire Company will be held at their Hallthis (Tuesday) evening,April sth, at 7i o'clock. The attendance of every member is desired, as business of great im portance will be laid before the meeting. TICE NEW NICERM—There will soon be an abundant supply of new cents. The present small nickel cent weighs seventy-two grains, and contains eighty per cent. of copper and twelve of nickel. The new cent will weigh only forty-eight grains, and will consist of ninety-five per cent. of copper and five per cent. of tin. • COUNTERFEIT TREASURY 'NOTES. —Counter-: - fait one, hundred dollar Treasury notes so neaf‘liWthe gethiiiici , 'loxyel them circulated, that a number have been taken in Washiiii ton. They were dicovered at the Treasury Department on Thursday. It-is said that an official in the West has taken a very large amount of them. GOTTSWALICAT WTr , T•TA*gSPOBT 1 D :q01:1B.A. —A rich treat is in store for the people of Williamsport and Elmira. Gottschalk, of mu sical renown, assisted by a superb troupe, will give a concert in WialiamspcirLon Tues-. day evening; 12th" inSt, and at' Elmira' on Wednesday evening, 13th inst. This is the last opportunity that will be presented to the citizens of the above-namea places to hear the great composer. TO-DAY has been giost disagreeable. It :was, gloomy, dark, snowy, rainy, very damp, and uncomfortable generally.. Mud and water had posseasion of the streets,'..the pavements and the crossings: ` Managers of the 4'show houses" were grumbling, the boot-black boys were ill-natured,and the ladies were out of humor at being' prevented from displaying their finery on the streets.. • Snesomanar IrrrciaitAxn:nr..,--As we are , just about entering upon the season for planting trees, vines, shrubbery, etc., we would invite the attention of our readers to the advertise ment of the Keystone Nursery, where can be found 'ill kin& of tataidet 'and eintfainental trees, fruit trees, ornamental evergreens; gripe vines, box-woods, japonicas, magnolias, al theas, Irish and English yews, asparagus roots, blackberry, raspberrY, strawberry, goOselierrY, currant and other plants; besides everything belouging.to the nursery business, and all-of 41;e,iiiTi; best qualities. NoW is the time to secure a gooet article for spring plant ing. MANAGER ROTISH of the Star Combination. Troupe, is always endeavoiing to 'fleas° the public, and maintain the excellent character which the Company has won for itself during the past eleven weeks. No other 1 roupeever succeeded in:drawing arrowdea hOnSes more than two weeks- The fact that Mr. Rouse and his-`excellent performers. have fined the hail on slxiy.lour eve - nines' ,is the only recom mendation ilecessary to induce the public to consider them A No. 1. To-night the great thrilling (Inane, Tun Nam:ales Doom, will commence the entertiinment, with Misses Denham arid Sprague, Messrs. Rouse, Jen nings, Cros sen and others, to sustain the va rious char: 'eters. The Whites and Browns will conclude the bill. Go early, or you will not obtain„ . seat. The hi_ ...!! liselvded nightly. ERTE Co "(INTL —Two attempt were made on Tuesday ()vetting to fire the barn of - Geo. W. Barr, but by the active efforts of the females of the family the house was saved. A. A Craig, Shefiff, eying becOme U. S. -Paymas ter, a f,...,pecial act of Legislature has clothed his deputy, J. IN. Swally, with full power as ;Sheriff. .1 ) etitions are in circulation in Erie ask* e Legislature: to 'direct the light ing of certain streets in •the nits, Efferts are being made to secure contributions to the Sanitary Fair in this county.---Coal trains will run regularly to Middlesex, next week. -There are now 128 students in the Edin ,horo Nopnp,l SchoOl. . , el/in * fi 'James JEFFERSON, 0.-The d w g ouse o Ekey, Cross Creek township, was entered on Thuriday night:Aibout"mithdgfit by two ruf fians, who demanded his money. Being in formed that he had none, they demanded his, pocket book. This was handed over tinder the threat of death if refused. Tfie pocket book contained four promissory notes, which Mr .Ekey wamalhe publicnot to purchase. SPECIAL NOTICES. APHYSIOLOGICAL - view of MARRIAGE, containing nearly 300 pages, and 130 One plates and Engravings of the Anatomy of the Sexual Organs in a state of Health and Disegse, with a Treatise on Self. Abuse, its Deplorable• Consequence upon the Mind and- Body, with the Author's Plan of Treatment—the only rational and successful mode of cure, as shown by the re.. port of cases treated. A truthful adviser to the married, and those contemplating marriage, who entertain doubts of their physical condition. Sent free of postage to any address, on receipt of 23 cents, in stamps or postal cur rency, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. marl-dAsom Military If*mitten' Attended To. Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, Subsistence and Military' and War Claims, geneNlyi-made out and collected. Per sons residing at a distacepn knee their business trans acted by mail, by addrisslng zuGg,bmwrEß, Attorney-at-Law. 11.017-dly "Dsir4 ritnat t Rarriebarg, Pa. BANNYARtS BRONCHIAL TROCHES, For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis eases, &c., are specially recommended to ministers, singers and persona whose vocation calls them to speak in public. Manufactured only by C. A. Bannvart & Co. ' Harrisburg, Pa-, tz whom all orders should be addressed. sold by druggist every where. Read the following testimonials from some of our eminent clergymen: R&BEISBUBEI, Feb. Bth, 1864. C. A. BANNyear—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 for public speakers and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs and colds. I have found them serving in time of need, most effectually. Yours truly, T. H. ROBINSON, Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church. OiBPI agree with Mr. Robinson as to the value of Banuvart's Bronchial. Troches. W. C. CATTRLL, Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Church. HA88L911113116, Jan., 1864. To C. A. liummap—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 been supplied in your excellent Troches. I consider them very far superior to any Lozenges that 'I have ever used, in removing speedily that huskiness of the voice arising from its too frequent use, and impairing the effectiveness of the delivery of public ad dresses. Yours; &0., • JNO. WALKER JACKSON. Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church. To 0. A. Huorvairr--.Dear Sir: Having used your Bronchial Troches, I am free to say they are;the best I have ever tried and take great pleasure in recommending them to all persons afflicted with sore throat or huskiness of voice arising from public speaking or singing. Yours, &c.,G. G. RAKESTRAW, Pastor of 'Rige Avenue Methodist Chtsch. Disrmar Arroayar's OFFICE, I IrATtI%TABIIII6, Feb. 29, 1864. To C. A. Rtmgvirrr--Dear Sir : = I have found your Troches to be invaluable in re lieving hoarseness and in strengtherdiag the muscles of the throat. They impart clearness to the voice, and are certainly of great bene fit to all public speakers. A. J. HERB THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE OF AS INVALID. Published for the benefit, and as a CAUTION, TO YOUNG MEN and others, who suffer from Nervous' De bility, Premature Decay of Manhood, &c., supplying at Menem° time Tim Maus or Smr-Curta.. By one who has cured himself after undergoing considerable quackery. By inclosing a post paid addressed envelope, single copies may be had of the author. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq. feb3-3mdkw Bedford, Kings Co., N. Y. Coughsand Colds. The sudden changes of our climate are sources of Puz- MONASY,- BRONCHIAL and ASTHMATIC AFFECTIONS. Expe rienoe having proved that simple remedies often; act speedily when taken in the early stages of the disease, re course should at once be- had to "Brown's IJronrhial Troches." or Lozenges, let the Cold, Cough or Irritation of the Throat be ever so slight, as by this precaution a more serious at ack may be effectually warded off. Pu Lm SPEAKERS and Smokes will find them effectual . for clearing and strengthening the voice. Soldiers should have them, as they can he carried Mate pocket and taken as occasion requires. mar29-dswlm NEW FIRM Mr. C. J. JESTER, who has been engaged at sign paint ing for the past three or four years, in our midst, has as sociated witli.him Mr. J. P. Barringer, and they are now prepared to do HOUSE AND pito( PAINTING in all its branches, and have accordingly opened at the.old stand, under the firm of Jester Barringer, Court House alley, near Mary& street, Where all orders will be prMaptly at tended to. apr4.-dlw Mrs. Ball's Remedies. - -I take thii method' of cheerfully thanking the 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 think I can safely say it is the very best offered to them. It will regulate the whole system; can 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 'Drops, In fant cordial and Cough ,Drops have been well tried. I need say nothing in their favor. I have constantly on hand those Medicines and Salves. MRS. L BALL, marl 6 No. 27 South Pine street, Harrisburg, Pa. liodp SkirtS Hoop . Skirts! The Cheapest Hoop Skirts iklisstrisbzuw. A splendid skirt for 75 cts. A much' better skirt for $l. - - Cancos; fine assortment for spring... French ginghams, Manehester ginghams. Blenched,andpibleached muslin from New York Auc tion. 3.,p0q yards plaid silks at $l, worth $1 50. 200 yards plain brireinellk at $ll7, wortli.ll - 75. -- 200 yards black silk at :$l. Black silk stall paces. t.„ A very large assortment of new dress goods. 600 dozen of stockings and socks, dl prices. The besestoclzingsin the city at 25 cents. Cassimeres for men and boys' wear. Cloaks for spring. -wishing to reduce our stock, which is very large. now wo will offer great inducements to buyer's. B. LEWY. HAIR DYE I HAM : Batchelor's Celebrated I , llilr Dye IS THE BEST 111 THE WORLD. The only Harmless, Truieind lteliahk Dye %rioters. This splendid Hair Dye is fterfect--changes Red, Rusty or Gray Hair instantly AO a - Glossy B/ack or Natura/ Brown without injuring the' Hair or enduing the Skin, leaving the Hair soft and beautiful ; imparts fresh vitality, frequently restoring its.pristine color, and rectifies the ill effects of bad Dyes. Theiresuine is -signed WILLIAM A.. - BATCH- F.1.0R. All - others are mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sold by all Druggists, ke. Factory-81 BAR. CLAY ST, N. Y. RATOISLOR'R NEW TOILET CREAK FOR DIME:TING THE HAIR - je23-ly COLOATE'S HONEY SOAP. This celebrated Toilet r Soap in such universal ,de mend; is, made from the .choicest materlala, is mild end emollient in its nature, fragrantly scented, and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin. For sale by . all Druggists end Fancy Goods Dealers. kri0.:44,4 %t_wkli-ii LEWIS' PATENT CALENDAR CLOCKSI The Measurement , of Time and .the - Record of • "isles Combined, THE GREAT 1111FROTHMINT OF 'THE AGE F. ZEKBIERNAN, No. 52 Marketstreet, • Harrisburg, leas received the agency of the Com bined Measurer of Tinie and Recorder of Dates, -LEWIS' PATENT CALENDAR CLOCKS to which wonderful piece of mechanism he respectfullY invites the attention of the public. The great advantage of this clack la, thot:the „Inachipery of the calendar is entirely diaconnected With - the works of the clock; that it is simple in its construction, requiring none of the clean ing necessary to the works of an ordinary - clock; and it can be transported without the least liability to damage. Thii Calendar is self-setting; the 24-hour wheel of the deck movesThe.Calendar_bt 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 wound) it will not only point out the time of day but also the day of the week, day of 'the month and month of the year, giving 3l days to Jan., March, May, July, Aug., Oct. and Dec.; SO days to April, June, Sept. and Nov , and to February it will give 28 days for three successive years and on the fourth year 29 days, thin making all the changes, in cluding Bissextile or Leati Year. marts-d.w RilrY TIO QOM .OIIR IXINSTITTION, GOVERNMENT AND UNION. - .lloiti4hiveronosait,) , an `exposition Of ther:Gonittltution, foIIPTPIOn4 nse. By)L,M'Extoorr: Rill* $l. For oak at data • BZIMMAWBIIOOIO372ItE. MEDICAL t txf • 0 KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON. APURE and powerful TONIC, Corrective and. Alterative, of wonderful efficacy in diseases of the STOSIA.OII, LIVER and BOWELS. Cures . Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints Headache, General Debility, Nervousness, De pression of Spirits, Coweipation Intermittent Fever, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the &Omagh, Swimming of the Head, Difficult Breathing, Yellow ness of tae Skin and Eyes, Fever and Dull pains in the Head, Pain in the Side, Back, Cheat and Limbs, will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys and Diseases arising from a disordered Stomach, Good for Male or Female, Old • or Young. The most beneficial medicine known; gives better satis faction and cures more diseases than any -other-prepara tion ofTered to the Ptiblic. Prepared solely by S. A. KUN KEL & BRO., 118 Marketstreet, Harrisburg. For sale by Druggists and Dealers everywhere: BEWARE OF Counterfeltx As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is the only sure and effectual-remedy . in the known world for the permanent cure of Dyspeps i a awl Debility, and as there'are a number of imitationaotfered to the public, we would caution the community to purchase none but the genuine article, manufactured by S. A. Kumar. & BIM, and has their stamp on the top of the cork of every bottle. The very fact that others are attempting to imitate this valuable remedy, proves its worth and speaks volumes in its favor. The Bitter Wine of Iron ie put rip In 75 cant and $1 00 bottles, and sold by all respectable druggists throughout the country. Be particular that every bottle bears the fae simile of the proprietor's signature. This Wine Includes the most agreeable and efficient Salt of lion we possess; Citrate of Magnetic Oxide com bined, with the most energetic of vegetable tonics, Yellow Peruvian bark.' The effect in many cases of debility, loss of appetite, and general prcetration, of an efficient Salt of Iron, combined with our valuable Nerve Tonic, is most happy. It augments the appetite, raises the pulse, takes off musculor flabbiness, retriever; the pallor of debility, .and gives a florid vigor to the countenance. GENERAL DEPOT, 118 MARKET STREET For sale by all respectable dealers throughout the PIANOS. _ . ..::AtatEcirr, BRIMS & MEWS - EXCELSIOR PIANOS. SOLE AGENCY AT W. INOmt.CS, 93 Market street, Harrisburg. FOR REASONS perfectly satisfribtOri to IfYSELFI have taken the ageneY agte, OFT. most excellent Pianos. The public is invited to conic and - ex. amine for themselves. A few Scbomacker Co's Pianos on band yet Will be sold low. : ; mar2b-tf 'NO. 4 JONES' ROW. . , THE . MIOERSIGNED respectfullyinforms the public that ,he has purchased the FLAT AND CAP STORE Late the.property of Y. J. I:MENEM deceasei and 'that be will continue the buteess, et the old stand, where be will constantly-keep on hand,c general assaunent of HATS, CAPS, &c., •- OF SHE .LAYEST STYLES, which will be sold at,rinieriable retes. A liberal share of patronage' Is respectfully solicited. inar2B-d2m i . IL EL LONG. .7011 . N. A. RIGrIAEIL & CO., MARKET STREET, ABOVE FOURTH; (NEST To ADAMS EXPRESS OFFICE, ) HARRISBURG. Warrants, Claims, .-GOvernment Seourities Cheeks Vouchers, &c., cashed. ' inahBd2m* Moving i Moving . S this is the time to prepare for Moving , , it would be well if all haVing to move would gather'uptheir surplus Furniture and send it to Barr's Aumion and Furniture Room; where the highest price it. cast will be paid for all kinds of second-hand furniture Or exchange for new. • NEW FURNITURE of the finest quality always on hand.. DANIEL BARR, marl 9 r. Auctioneer. . IMPORTANT _TO ALL.-It w il l restore the stck to health; the intemperate to temperance. The Rhubarb Wine will do It all Don't think the reading of the 'advertiserrient will do' ; we don't.clalm that:: But if you will go to O. K. /CELT REVS Drug Store and got some of the Wine and examine It ' for yourself, it will set you right; I will warrant yob on that. Orders for wino and wine plants taken and filled by our authorited agent, C. H. KELLER, No. 91 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa. For full particulars apply to or address the above. • JAMES R. LAMENT, Milford, Pike county, Pa., mar22-dtf - - Wholesale Dealer in Wine Plants. NEW PHILADELPHIA LO A. II STOR E, IN D. W. GROAT IVEW BLOCS, Market Street ) Harrisburk. 1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES or rasozoluera CLOAK'S AND CIRCULARS, PIKE SPRING BOA:ft& Will open on the Ist of April. imar2l-dly FOE SALE, THE valuable property, corner of Second and Pine streets, beinglifty4wo and a half feet on Se cond and-one hundred - and sixty-eight feet on Pine street, running back two hundred and ten feet to Barbara alley, there being awe for four frill building lots, and a most de sirable site for a Governor's Mansion or public buildtngs For partlevilars 'enquire of Mrs. 'MURRAY, comer of Se cond and pinett meta. marlit-tf OR SALE.—That valuable Hotel pro perty F }mown as the PARKE NOOSE, situate on Market street, near Third. For reins inquire of JOHNS. DETWEILHS. Harrisburg, Pa. mar1.2412a, FUR BALE,-A very handsome' Two-horse PEDLER *ADM—cheap for cash. Direct liter to BOX No. 31.3, Harrisburg, Pa marll.o FOR sALR—AFiye-lorse-power STEAM ENGINE ; uld BOILER, iu goad order. Apply to F. DUTY :TrAgAnt street, below tbb9a-tf r NEW ADVERTISEMENTS DESIRABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. The- subscriber, residing six miles above limy'shiny, on the 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 best markets in the State, the city of Harrisburg: No. L A TAVERN STAND, with four acres of land, more or lea, on which is erected a substantial Stone and Plastered HOUSE, 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 leas, on which is erected a Grist Mill, Store. House, four Dwelling Houses, with out-buildings. The Grist Mill is in good lim ning order, with plenty of custom work, good water power, and a fine harbor for timber. The Canal and Rail road ass through this property. No. 3. A TRACT OF LAND containing 150 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 bead and fall of ..1 feet, within 400 yards of Canal and Railroad. This is a splendid location for a ibrge, furnace, or factory. N 9. 4. A TRACT containing 10 acres, with HOUSE and Stable, (the Railroad and Canal pass through,) on which is a good Stone Quarry, a large quantity. of brick-clay, a good seat for an anthracite furnace, or steam Saw Mill. No. 5. A TRACT containing 455 litres of Woodland, a large quantity of which Is chestnut rail timber, oak, hick ory, arc. on which there is about four acres cleared, with HOUSN , and Stable thereon. The tract is % mile from Canal and Railroad. The above property will be sold on terms to suit pur chasers. It can be seen by calling on the subscriber, on the property, or any information can be given by ad dressing JOHN C. 11'AI:fib - TER, Susquehanna, P. 12-tf Dauphin county, Penn's.. dean insoormax ti mar 22 tf MitiMl A new thing. Its Combination ZgMiii Jewelers. Families. It in • liquid. Remember 1:11111.111BuRG, PA. Agents In PLll id je1841:ly Steam Weekly to Liverpool. TOUCHING -at QUEENSTOWN, (Cork Har bor.) The well known Steamers or the Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, ankin landed total! as follows:- CITY OF MANCHESTER, Saturday, April 9; CITY or LONDON, Saturday April 16 ; ETNA, Saturday, April 23, and every succeed ing Saturday„ atNoo from Pier 44, PAYABLE IN GOLD, OR ITS EQUIVALENT IS CURRENCY. FIRST CABIN $BO 00 STEERAGE .. . ... $BO , OO do to London ' 85 00 I do to London-- 34 00 do to Paris 95 00 do to Paris' 40 00 do to. Hamburg:— 90 ; 00 do to Hamburg.... 37 00 Passengers also forward to Havre, 'Bretnen, Rotter dam, Antwerp, &c , . at equally low rates. Fares frOm ' , Uverpool ;or:Queenstown: Ist Cobh; $75, SB5, $lO5. Steerage; $B5. Those,who wish to send, for their frie — nds can buy tickets here a these rates. '-' For further informatioh apply at the Company's Officiis JOAN G DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y. or C. 0 ZIIIMERHAN, Harrisburg. [f23-dly , PHOTOGRAPI - 1 ALBUMS. Photograph Albums. ' Photograph Albums. Photograph Albums. Photograph Albums. T HE largest and cheapest r: v are arieYP lt ßi int;tyl constantly at [marl2] BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE. Oporto Grape. Frg WltcA made from this GRAPE *so T nearly resembles Port in flavor, body and color that none pu t the best Judges could distinguish It . from genu ine im ported Portaa it used to be. The subscriber his been appointed agent for the sale of VINE'S of this grape by an extearave 'grower in Western New York, and can funds!). them in any quantity' at moderate price. The wine is at present selling at from $1 50 to $4, ac cording to age, and the supply is unequal to the demand. JACOB IdISEL feb26 Keystone Nursery, Feb Ytl, 1864. SCHOMACKER CO.'S PIANOS! SOUR GRAPES. Too well known in this city to need com mendation. In use by PRESIDENT LINCOLN GUVkRNOR CIInTiN s • .TerAGE PEARSON, And many other distinguis hed _ citizens. The undersigned offers these superb instruments at prices that cannot fall to command public Ramage. N. B.—No OLD stock on head. , Also, Bole Agent - for the unrivalled STEINWAY. PIANO. ALSO BRA_DBITRY'S CELEBRATED PIANOS. Chlckering's and several other of the very best makes. None but perfect instruments sold. Call and see largest stock ont of great cities. mar2B-tr S. WARD, Third street Mudc Store. • - . FOR - SALE.. ALARGE and splendid Book Case, ' with Glass Sash above and panels below. Inquire - at BARB; ilk CO.'S Auction Store, First Naticsudßank. . mar29-dtf . NATIVE WINE FINi BLACKBERRY and ELDERBERRY WINE.. Warranted , pure. For sale at • Jan2s JAVA;Jartudea and Lagnyra Coffee, at SHISLM & FRAZER, n 023 (successors to W. Dock. Jr., k Co.) NEW 800 ICS.-THS SHOULDER STRATA . DAYS OF SHODDY Just receivecjat . fdelBl SCHEFFEIVS BOOKSTORE. T _EA k PERTNE'S WORCESTER SAUCES, A/ the most popular and the purest ever offered to the public, just received and for sale by . , ~ ' SUISLER & Fltaiiiß4. febl (successors to Wm. Dock, jr., eco.) PEAR- TREES- -Dwarf and Standird, of the best leading tr r atieties, and of saintior igroartb, cap - be furnished at fair priceitottne Keystone Mummy: marl 6 NISEI N . O better CHERRY TREES- can be found iii the country than the stock how On band' at the Keystone Nursery. The collection embraces about Forty of the best vari eties of diffP4 4nAira and from the earliest to latest. Useful and Vahiable - Disco Veil. • HILTON'S INSOLUBLE CEMENT Ie of more general practical utility than any invention now before the public. It has been thoroughly tested during the last two years by practical men, and pronounced by all to be SIIPBRIOR T-O ANY (Adhesive Preparations known. HasolOs Issounnat Crxiorr is a new Wog, and the result of years of study;gits combination is on Scientific Principles, And under no circumstances or change of temperature, will It be. come corrupt or omit any offensive smell. BOOT AND-SHOE Manufacturers, using Machines, will find it the best article known as Cementing for the Channels, it work without delay, is not affected by any change of temperature. JEWELERS Will find it sufficiently. adhesive for their use, as has been proved. 11 is Especially Adopted fa Leather, And we claim as an especial merit, that it sticks Patches to Boots and Shoes sufficiently strong without stitching. It In the only LIQUID CEMEN7 Extant that in a sure thing for mend- Fornnock ery, Toys, Bone, Ivory, d articles of Household use REMEMBER Hmrox's larsowsus Canxtrr la in ,a liquid form and as easily ap plied as paste. HILTON'S iNSOLOSLII GILKINT IS insoluble in water or Oil. HILTON'S Insoursix CBMEST Adheres oily substances. Supplied in Family or Mannfac turees Packages from 2 ounces to 100 lbs. HILTON BROS. & CO., Proprietors, Providence, R. L IMM IpUy lAING & MAGINNI3. RITES OF PASSAGE SLER (sac rs 6 to W. Dotk, jr. , & R Co.)) MEDICAL. DR. WISHART 7 S PINE' : EE TAR COiteDIAL LS THE NTrAt. PRINCIPLE OF THE PINE TREE, Obtained by a pectilMr process in the dis tillation of the tar, by which its highest med ical properties are retained. .nave you a tough ? Have you Sore Throat ? Have you any of the premonitory 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, - From this fact, perhaps more than any other, arises the sad preva lence and fatality of isease which sweeps to the grave at least "one-sixth" of death's victims. Consumption has destroyed more of the human family than any other disease, and the best physicians for than years have despaired of a cure, or a remedy that Would heal the lungs, but for more than two hundred years the whole medical world has been impressed , that there was a mysterious power and effi ciency in the Pine Tree Tar to heal the lungs; therefore they have recommended the use of Tar Water which ihmany cases had a good effect; but how 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. WISELUIT, of Philadelphia, Pa., the proprietor of "Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cor dial." Many, not only of the people, but physi cism of every school and practice, are daily asking me, "What is'the principle or cause of your success in the treatment of Pulmonary Consumption f" My answer is this: The invigoration of the digestive organs -- the strengthening of the debilitated' 4-stem— the purification and enrichment of the blood, must expel from the system the corruption which scrofula breeds. While this is effected by the powerful alterative (changing , from disease to health) properties of the Tar Cor dial, its healing and renovating principle is also acting upon the irritates surfaces of the lungs and throat, penetrating to each dis eased part, relieving pain, subduinginflamTna tion, and restoring a healthful tendency. Let this two-fold power, the healing and the strengthening, continue to act in conjunction with Nature's constant recuperative tendency, 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 and reputation: Dr. Wrartemr--Dear Sir:—l had a very dreadful cough and sore throat for one year, and my whole system was fast giving way, and. I was prostrated on 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-law would not rest until she went to your store, No. 10 N. Second street, and related my case to you, purchased one bottle of your Pine Tree Tar Cordial and I commenced to use it, and in one week I was much better, and after using tlatee bottles 1 am perfectly well, and a wonder to , all my friends, for they all pronounced me past cure. Publish my case if you think proper. RTIBECCA. Tr TifiTiTON, ' No. 1321 Wylie street, Philadelphia. Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial is an infalliable cure for Bronchitis, Bleeding of the Lungs, Sore Throat anilßreast, Tnflammo , tion of the Lungs. . - # . Mr. WARD says: - Da. Wmnarr-Sir:—l had Bronchitis, In : - flammation of the Lungs, Shortness of Breath, and Palpitation of the ' Heart in their worst forms; I had been treated 'by several of the most eminent physicians in Philadelphia, but they could not stop the rapid course of my disease, and I had despsired of ever being re stored to health.'- -I was fridy on the verge of the grave. Your Pine Tree Tar Cordial was highly recommended to me by a friend; I tried it, and am thankful. to say that, alter using four large, arid . one small, bottles, I was restored to perfect health. You can give re ference to my honk*, No. 968 N. Seektnd street, or at my office of Receiver of •Taxes, from 9 A. as. to 2 p. corner of Chetitnut and Sixth streets. TOWN WARD. Read the following from Utica: Da. Wm:tsar—Dear Sir:—l take pleasure in informing you through this source that your Pine Tree Tar Cordial, which was recom mended for my daughter by Dr. J. A. Hall, .Qt this city, has cured her of a cough of-more than five months' standing. I had thought her beyond cure, and had employed the test of medical aid without any benefit I can cheerfully recommend it to the public as a safe and sure remedy for those -similarly afflicted, as I know of many other cases besides that of my daughter tbatit has entirely cured of leng standing coughs. Yours respectfully, JOHN V. PARARR,, Dagnerrean,Artist. 126 Genesee street, Uti6, N. Y. * * • * :—I have used Dr. NVishares 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. Dr. G. A. FOSTER, 160 Genessee street, The above are a few among the thousands which this great remedy has saved from an untimely grave. We have thousands of letters from d , cians and druggists who have prescribed- and sold the Tar Cordial, saying that they have never used or sold a medicine which gave su . ch universal satisfaction. The Tar Cordial, when taken in connection with Dr. Wisliart's "Dyspepsia Tills, is an in. fallible cure for Dyspepsia. The Pam Tara Tea COBDIAL, cure Coughs, Bore Throat-and Breast,- Bronchitis, Asthma, 'Whooping Cough, Diptheria, and is also an'exCellent remedy for diseases of tits kidneys and female complaints. BEWARE OF COUNTERFFIT,S The genuine has the name of the proprietor and a. pins tree blowsvin tho bottle. .fdi other; are apt:trim:l3,lvolt*. lions. • NICE Fiprr OMB and Ctsßl) o 4Alt.llor Bam s pre, *reit only by the Proprietor, • . Dr. L. Q. U. Wisharl,,, No. - 19 . X. o t rthaStreeC at wu r.. 1 0 10 910 - sodpfDrugwary.—.7 -- wi gg le & marlo-ly dapbta and Now oricyhdl Utica, New 'York.