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WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 6, 1861.
stYr ICE TO ADVERTISEILS.—A. II Adver
t e !it s, Business Notices, Marriages,
.&e., to secure insertion, in the
T i;, I.E.' GRAPH, 11111 A invariably be EILCCOI3II
- roed with the CASH.
Advertisements ojdered in the regular
Erening Edition are insetted in the Morn
ing Edit ion without extra charge.
or...tss jars and bottles of different sizes, suit
able for confectioners, and for putting up pre
serves, for sale very low at C. A. Bannvart &-
Co's drug store, where a fine assortment of
3leershaum pipes can be found. ap4-3t
flutmverr's Bronchial Troches for hoarse
istso and throat diseases, for sale at Dr. Miles'
thug store, corner Third and North streets,and
Dr. Win. H. Egle's Drug store, Ridge Avenue.
THE celebrated crystal spectacles properly
adjusted to the eye ; microscopes from 100 to
700 diameter ;'tower telescopes, field glasses,
defining au object from one to ten miles, and
fill kinds of optical, mathematical and philo
sophical instruments at Rosenclale's Optical
Institute, 8 Market' Square, Artificial eyes
inserted. Send for a circular ! janBdtf
TOWN AND COUNTRY.,
IT is estimated that $1,500,000 worth•of to
bacon was grown in Lancaster county last
LOCIMPL Rolling Mill Company will re
ceive proposals for building fifty houses, until
the 12.1 h inst., at the office of Wm. CoMei%
CoNsnauss.--The State Senate has passed'
bill making the terms of constables -five
rears instead of one, as heretofore.
SA3n - EL WRIGHT, Esq., late editor of the
Columbia Spy, has beon appointed an assist..
nut adjutant general, with the rari,lr of captain.
A SOLD - Pat named Ralston was released'of
wallet containing $l3O in •greenbacks: last
evening. Having imbibed rather freely of
tanglefoot, he did not keep an eye on his
greenbacks, and they disappeared.
IT is said that A. J. Cdossbrenner, of:the
Philadelphia Age, will be the copperhead
candidate for Congress in the district coin:
posed of York, Cumberland and Perry
SPOTTED FEynn.---This so-called , disease
broke out in Herrick township, Susquehanna
county, last week, and nineteen persons died
within a few days. Six members of one fam
ily, and four of another, were among the
RECTCUTIS continue to arrive in large num-,
hers, although the Governmentbounty is only
$lOO. There appears to be a general desire
on the part of the people of this State to Avoid
a draft, and large local bounties are causing
the quotas of the various localities to be filled.
AN order has been issued authorizing offi
cers and privates in the Invalid Corps, of suf
ficient service and fit for active duty, to enter
the Veteran Corps. The chance, will undoubt
edly be jumped at by all who squirm under
the popular misapprehension that the Invalid
Corps is a body of pensioners. They will get
GONE TO Limmo.—Three young "nymphs,'
named Lizzie Shindler, Annie Shimer and
Anne Noaffer, were yesterday sent to jail for
thirty days. They were drunk and disorderly,
on the streets, when arrested. It is hoped
that their stay at Fort Simmons may ha've a
good result. There are a number of cyprians
yet at large, who should be furnished with
quarters at the county boarding house.
A SUDDEN Dram—The Hon. John Bankait:
of Reading, died very suddenly on Siindai
morning last. The deceased had but recently
attended the Supreme Court, in Fhiladelphiai ,
and was iu perfect health. On return; lie
contracted a severe cold, but his symptoms
were not considered dangerous until Friday,
when his disease assumed an alarming aSpeot,
which baffled all human skill, and which-re
sulted in his death as stated. • . .
Two MEN KILLED. —Nathan Sugar • and,
Thomas Bulloch, whilst sinking a Shaft at`
Moselem Ore Mines of Messrs. Hunter &
Peacock, near Leesport, in Berks county,
were killed on Thursday night, 'at about 11
o'clock. It appears one of the buckets un
hooked and fell down the shaft, drilling the
two unfortunate then. Sugar was instantly
killed. Bulloch lived about fifteen Minutes
after being taken out.
liens ON A RAIL.—The Lehigh Register
says: "A friend who visited Peamstown, Lan
vaster county, a day or two ,ago, informs us
that the notorious Philip Huber, of Golden.
Circle renown, was treated to a ride on a rail
by some veteran soldiers in that vicinity, on.
Monday last. The affair happened at a ven-
due, and occasioned considerable excitement.
Except the indignity, and a little rough hand;
ling, Huber, co far as we learn, was not in!• -
MartoNawr Bum/. —The Village .Reeoid
gives an account of the family, of a Mr. Hill,
who recently moved into West Chester and oa
cupied a dwelling which had been shut up
for nearly two years; On Monday night of .
last week all went to bed apparently in
usual health. On Tuesday, four YouP!, -
daughters, aged eight, ten, twelve and fourtken '
y6ars, were taken sick; one died on Wed.n:e's
day, another on Thursday; on Thursday they
were buried in the same grave. By thisitime
the mother and another boy were sidk,, 114 e,
mother unconscious. On Sunday morning
another of the children died. We understand i
the other members of the family were
on Sunday to another house, The cliseaSeis
considered by physicians malignant typhoid ;
lever, although it is reported by some spotte?
L.kNC4STEIi city is paying $275 bounty to
volunteers who enlist to the credit of that
SHAD, On!—Fresh shad were selling in
market, this morning, at from 75 cents to $1
a-piece. Rather salty for fresh fish!
THE= was a somewhat slim attendance at
market this morning. In butter there was
slight decline—the prices ranging from 40 to
'Maroa's OFFICE.—The large front room on
the lower floor of the Exchange building has
been fitted up for and is now occupied by the
Mayor. It is conveniently located, being ad
jacent to the lock-up, froth ,which place pri
soners can be brought , for a. hearing without
reaching the street.
CONTRACTS AWARDED.—Among the contracts
for army clothing awarded,,,n day or two ago
by the Government, we notice the following:
'J. P. Meyer & Co4-11arrisburg-500 pairs
boots, is to 10s, $3 80.
V. Meyer & Co., Harrisburg-500 pairs
boots, 7s to 10s, $3 170.
THE PITTSBURG AND CONSELSVILLE RAIL
EGAD. -Benjamin H. Latrobe, president of
this road, invites proposals for the gradation,
masonry, bridge superstructure, ballast,
cross-ties and track-laying of the Pittsburg
and Connellesville Railroad, between Con
nellsville and Cumberland, embracing a dis
ttince of about eighty-seven miles, in sections'
of about one mile each. Specifications .are
now ready, and proposals will be received uu
til the, 10t1 of this, month. See ad,vertise
nienVtifiptOtiCAll4 4 3.t "
POLICE AYFADIA —Before the Mayor.—The
- following cases were disposed of this morn
David Cashan and John Fvans, arrested for
vagrancy, were discharged, with instructions
to leave the pity. x i; :
James Bighorn, drunk, was committed, in
default of fine.
Silas Ward, William Foustjelm E. Brown,
James Eidgley an d , pipi , :p ? ti f lonwere up for
drunkenness, disorderly conduct, Sze. A.
portion of these men being soldiers, were
handed over to the military authorities, and
the balance were discharged.
Amosrosimpia.—Two splendid dramas are on
the bills for this evening, at the theatre, viz:
Black Eyed Susan, and Toodies. The beauti
fill tragedienne, Miss Nellie' Sprague, will ap
pear as 'Bleek=eyed Susan;; while' the gifted
',comedienne and vocalist, Miss 'Fanny Den-
,hem will sustain` the character of Dolly May;
eflOwer 'rind Mrs. Toodles. Messrs. Rouse,
Jennings, and all . the • other fine actors of the
company, • will also appear in these plays.--
Crowds are turned away from the hall nightly
consequently, those desiring to be accommo- .
dated, should secure their seats at Bannvart's
drug store at the earliest possible moment.
SANFORD .has prepared a capital bill for to
night, consisting of - a number of beautiful
ballads, choruses, &c., besides a solo by Mr.
Rudolph on his favorite instrument, the Tron
dnenmiphilipinotriu3iamomento ; and: he grand
fairy spectacular pantomime, entitled Mother
Goose. There -will be a grand matinee for
,and children, at the Opera touie, on
teturday next at' 2 o'clock.
MOTHER Goosz, one of the most brilliant
pieces ever produced, will be withdrawn after
this evening, and will only be performed
again on Seturday.afternoort next, for the la
dies and children. Mother Goose has now
been performed eleven nights. This is the
longest run of any piece ever given in this
city. The houies on each 'occasion have been
'full. New Novelty is in perfection. Also,
Neu Faces. - This Is a great season for. San-
Ma. Hrrcitcocs. offers a choice programme
:.for this evening, at the NatiOnal Hall, on
Second street. This little palace is the scene
:of some spleridid acting, by thia foie company
e;►gaged by the manager. "Variety is the
:spice of life," and variety is the motto at the
Loam 1 4 zolaw7ox.—Yesterday afternoon
the Milne passed 'finally, "a further supple
ment to an act to • incorporate the city of Har
risburg, in the county of Dauphin,"°which is
of interest to our citizens, and reads as fol
SECTION 1. , Be it _enacted, ite., That when
any of the streets or alleys in the city of Har
risburg shall have been directed to be opened,
graded and curbed, and the damages assessed
and paid as provided in the thirty-fifth and
thirty-sixth sections of, the act to which this
is a supplement, the Common council May.
provide from. time•to time for the.grading of
the whole or any part of said streets or alleys,
as the same may be rendered necessary by
the progrisi of improvements alonethe route
of said streets or alleys, or warranted by the
condition of the finances of the city.
SEC. 2. That Cotton" alley, •in" the - Fourth
- ward of the citY!Of.; ; Harrisbitrg; and' Cu
land street, 'between the ; Feruisylvimazrail.l
road and Eighth street, in the Sixth ward of
the city of Harrisburg, be and the same are
;hereby vacated; and. Yerbeke street, in the
Sixth ward of the city of Harrisburg, be and
the same is hereby extended from Front street
to low water mark on the Susquehanna river;
,and said Yerbeke street, between Sixth and
LSeventh streets, shall be of the width of sev
enty feet instead of eighty feet, as at present
laid out; and.the turnpike,. formerlypart .of
Second street, `in the .Fifth'Waid, between
North street and Herr . street, is hereby de
,clared a public:highway.
SEC. 3. That each ward in the city of Har
risburg shall hereafter separately elect and be
The First and Second:wards shall be equally
represented in the board of school directors
'of the first district. The second district shall
he represented by two school directors from
One from the Fifth ward,.and one from the
' . Mr. C. J. JESTER, who haibeei engaged at sign paint
'ing for the past three or four7eah7, in our midst, has as
sdciated with him Mr. J. P. _Barringer and they are now
prepared to do HOUSE AND` SIGN P.AINTING in all its
branches, and have accordingly opened at the old stand,
under the firm of Jester & !Wringer, Court House alley,
'lttpir Market street, where all orders will be promptly at:
tehded to. ttpri-d/w
BANNYART'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES,
For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, &c., are specially recommended to
ministers, singers and persons whose vocation
calls them to speak in public. 'Manufactured
only by C. A. Bannvart & Co., Harrisburg,
Pa-, t. whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist every where.
Read the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen:
lisanissono, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. BAlrmvsirr—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, cancheerfully commend your own as a
most adorable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I have found them serving ui
time.of need, most effectually.
Yours truly, T. H. ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
Agfil - I agree with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Bannvart's Bronchial Troches.
W. C. CATTELII,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian 'Church.
HABBISBURG, Jim., 1804.
To C. A. IlarawAirr—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 gentleexpecto
rant, and that want has been supplied in your
I consider them - very far superior to any
Lozenges that I haie 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, iko. '
JNO. WALTIEB. JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
•To C. A. BannvAßT—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
atllicted with sore throat or huskiness of
voice arising from public speaking or singing.
YouTs, ero.., G. G. RAXESTRAW,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
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DIST'S= ATTORNEY'S Orrroz,
HA88113131714% Feb. 29, 1864. r
To C. 4 BaNnverer—Dear Sir : I have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthening the
muscles of the throat. They impart clearness
to the vice, and are certainly of great bene
fit to , all public speakers. A. J. EMI
The sudden changes of our climate are sources of Poi,
mosenv, BROSOLUAL and ASSIIMATIO Americas. E4pe.-
xience having proved that simple remedies .bilen sot
speedily when taken in the early stages of the disease, re
course should at onee be had to "Brown's Bronchial
Troches." or Lozenges, let the Cold, Cough or Irritation
of the Throat be ever so•slight,. as by this "precaution,. a
more serious at ack may be effectually warded MC Pu
tic SPEAKERS and Summits will , find them effectual for
clearing and strengthening the voice. Soldiers should
haie them; as they can be carried in the pocket and-taken
as occasion•requires: t • • mar29=dawlin
Military "Business Attended To.
- Bounty, Pension„ .Back Pay, Subsistence and' Military
and War Claims, generally, made out and collected. Per
sons residing at a distance can have their business trans.
acted by, mail, by addressing.
EUGENE SNYDER, Attorney-at-Lal.
Third street, Harrisburg, Pa.
•• LEWISA • .
PATENT' CALENDAR CLOCKS !
The MeaSuiement - of Time - and .the'ReeorG, o
THE GREAT IMPROVEMENT OF THE AGE!
AF. ZIAINIERIMBNi No; 52 Markst. street,
. Harrisburg, has 'received the agency of the Com
bined Measurer of Time. 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 clock is, that :the machinery of the calendar is
entirely disconnected 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.
This Calendar is sett-setting; the .24. hour wheel of the
clock 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 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 31
days to Jan., March, May, July, Aug„ Oct. and Dec.; 30
days to April, June, Sept. and Nov : and to February it
will give 28 difys for three . successive years and on the
"fourth year 29 days, thus - making all the changes, in.
• eluding Bissextile or Leap Year. mar2B-d2w
Coughs and Colds.
GREAT BARGAINS IN JEWELRY !
T . ORSYTH
42 AND 44 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK.
(Adjoining the Post Ofßce,) _
Offer for sale the following magnificent list of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY, &C.,
VALUED AT $300,000.
EACH ARTICLE ONE DOLLAR, AND .NOT TO BE
PAID FOR UNTIL YOU info* WHAT
YOU ARE TO GET.
150 Gold and ,Silver Wateligs..sls 00 to .$lOO - 00 each
200 Ladies' Gold Watches • . 35 .00 each
500 Ladies' & Gents' Silver do ' •lb 00 each
; 5,000 Ladies' Gold Pencils...... 400 to .6 00 each
5,000 tiold-band Bracelets...... 300 to • 10 00 each
10,000 Lockets, Chains and Rings. 250 to 800 each
6,000 Cameo, Mosaic and Jet •••
Brooches. . .... 00 to 6 00 each
6,000 Coral and Florentine 'Ear
10,000 Gents' Breast Pins
15,000 Sleeve Buttons,amd Bosom
10,000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry • • .
6.500 Lava and Florentine• Sets..
10;000 Gold Pens, Silver-mounted
5,000 Gold Pensorith-Silver,
tension„Cases and Pen
. 400 to 600 each
The articlei in this stock or Jewelry are of the neatest
and most fashionable styles. COrfilleates of all toe va
rious articles are pit in sealed envelopes and mixed, thus
giving all a fair chance, and sent by mall, for 25 cents
each; and on the receipt of the certificate, it Is, at your
option to sendOan Dorman. and take the artlelo named
it or not. Five certificates tat $1; eleven fcir $2; thirty
for ss.;•sixty for $10.; one hun4red for $l5. Certificate
`Money, to be enclosed with order. Correivondence
AGENTS WANTED in every town and regiment. bend
for a circular. Address W. FQRSYTH & ca,
42 and 44 Nassau street, New York.
JOB-> PRINTING- OFFICE,
Two Doors BeloW lielker's Hardware Store,
OPPOSITE THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
AD' OHENEIrS excelsiox hams, of this 'B9a;
eon's curing. Just rer:siieit and for tole by
(successors to Win. 'Dow; jr., & Co.)
PICKLES! PICKLES! I—By the Barrel,
Half Barrel, Jar or Dozen, at
no2o SHISIZR k FRAZER'S,
(Successors - to Wm. Dock, Jr., tk EOl
A PATRIOTIC GIFT 1300 K.
OUR CONSTITUTION, GOVERNMENT AND UNIO N .
"Our Government," an exposition of the. Constitution,
he., for popular use. By M. DVExerrorr: Price $l. For
silent c1e1.4 .BERGNRIVS, 1100ESTOW....
1 / 1 1444., .• I* - X-4 &FRAZEi_
(au ,aWo Wok, Jr., co,
KUNKEL'S-I3ITTER WINE OF IRON.
ttPURE and powertil TONIC, Correotiva
and Alterative, of wonderful efficacy in abatises of
e STO.V.AOIEL LIVER, and BOWELS.
Headache, General •
Debility, Nervousness," De- •
pression Spirits, Constipation
Intermittent Fever, Acidity or the
Stemach, Nausea, Hteirthurn, Magnet for
Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sinking or Fiuttering.at the Pit of the .Stomach,
Swimming of the Heed, Difficult Breathing, yellow
floss of tae Skin and Hp:ticFever and Dull pains in the
Head, Pain in the - Side, Bask, Chest and Limbs,
Will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous
Dobility, Diseases of the Kidneys and
Diseases arising - from a disordered
Stomach, Good for Male
or Female, Old
or Young. ..
The most beneflcia ibeditine known; gives better satis
faction 'and cures more diseases than any. other prepara
tion offered to the Public. Prepared 'MeV by S. A. HUN
HE[. & BRO., U 8 Market street, Harrisburg. -
For sale by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
111- Counterfeits .Vatf
As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is the Only sure and
&reptile' remedy in the irnowa world' for the permanent
cure of Dyspepsia awl Debilit% and as there area number
of imitatloneeffered to the public, we would caution the'
comma to -purchase 'norie but the genuine article;
inanufaemted - by S. A Irosiun.'St Bno., and Vas theft
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 Is jag up in 76 cent and $1 00
bottles, and sold by, all respectable druggists throughout
the soluitry.. Be particular that every bottle bears the
fa simile of the proprietor's Shiltstore•
This Wine includes the moat agreeable and efficient
Salt of Iron we , possess; Citrate of Magnetic Oxide com
bined, with the most energetic of vegetable tonics, Yellow
Peruvian bark. The effect ill many cases of debility, loss
of appetite, and general prestrution, of an efficient Salt of
Iror4 combined with our valuable Nerve Tonic, Is most
happy. It augments the rippetite, raises the pulse, takes
off musculor itabbinetari removes the pallor of debility,
and gives a florid vigor-to the countenance.
For sale, by all resPeotabla dealere throughoet the
ALBRECHT, BIERS & SCIUBIDTIV:
- . •
EXCELSIOR P IANOS.."_
SOLE AGENCY AT W. : - -ENOVIIES;..::"
93'Market street, Harrisburg. .
FOR REASONS, perfectly satisfactory to
MYSELF I haira taken the agency of the above most
excellent Pianos. 'Pliepubile" is invited to come and ex,
amine for themselves'
A few Schomacker.& - Co's Pittllo3,oll hand,yet will ,be
sold low. • • mar2s-0 •
THE UNDERSIGNED respectfullyinforms
the.public that he has purchased the
HAT AND - CAP STORE
Late tho property of T. J. BURNET, deceased, and that
he will eentinue the business W. the old stand, where he
will constantly keep on hand a general assortment of
H - AT S, CAPS &e.
OP THE LATEST' STYLES,
which will be sold at reasonable rates.
A liberal share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
mar2S-d2m ' • H. H. L01,.T0.
JOHN A. B.IGLER St CO.,
MARKET STREET, ABOVE FOURTH,
Ow...rr To ADAMS zarzzas orricz,)
Warrants, Claims, Government Securities, Checks
Vouchers, ka., cashed: - mar2sd2ms
MoVlitig t Moving
As thiiis.tauvtime to.prepare for Moving,
it would be well if all having to move would
gather up - their surplus Furniture and send it to Bares,
AuctiOn salr-Xismiture Rooms, where the bighest-mice it,
cash frilT lie paid for all kinds of secondhand flirditurf."
or exchange for new.
NEW .213ANITURE of the finest , qualitf ittontriinn
marl 9 .
4 00 to 600 each
"2 50 to 800 each
250 to -• 600 each
5 00 to 'OO each
400 to.: 600 each
"IMPORTANT TO ALL.—It will restore the
1_ aick tihi3alth; thelntempemte to temperance. The
Rhubarb Wine will do it all.- "Don't think the reading of
the advertisement will do; we don't claim that But if
you will 4 , rito.C. K. KELISR'S Drug Stofe and get ataxic
of the Wine and examine it for yourself, it will set you
right; I will warrant you on that Orders for wine and
wine plants taken and filled by our authorized , agent, t.
K. KELLER, No. 91 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa. Yet
full particulars apply to or address the above.
Milford, Pike county, Pa.,
Wholesale Dealer in Wine Plants.
400 to ! 00 each
c - r_. o .A. K. sT.oR. `,
IND. W. GROSS' NEW BLOCS,
Market Street, Harrisbttrg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS AND CIR CULAKI,
FINE SPRING- SHAWIA.
Will open on the Ist of April .
rpm valgable prcoperty, .eorner of Second
and Pine streets, being fifty-two and a half feet on Se
cond and one hundred and aixty-eigtit feet on Pine street,,
running bank' two hundred and ten feet to Barbara alley,"
therelminwspace forfour full building lottcand amolt_dei
sirableinte fora Goyernoes,litansion or public builstuager,..
For partionlare'etiquire of Mr& 'MURRAY, oorriercirSer- -
cond and Finest rents: . .marl4f
PLANTING OF TREES.—The suheeriber
will plant Trees, Vines, Sbrubbery, &c., 'purchased
from his Nursery, at reasonable prices.
If desired, they will be warranted to grow, or replaced ,
in ease of failure, upon terms to be agreed upek accord
ing to circumstances.
Keystone Nursery, March 31,1884- •
' A very handsome, Two=horse
PEDLER WAGON—cheap for cash. : INrect.'letter.to '
BOX No. 813, Narrisburg, Pa. . ' ' nit,in,g,..„
OR SALE . T A Five - horse -p ower ,„ ,
JL: ENGINE. and MOILER, in geed order 40.- , ...._
.1. - i. 7 liathilat likeiti hehlWatitleti;
.118 MARKET STREET
NO. 4 JONES' ROW.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. I
DESIRABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE
SALE—The subscriber, residing six miles above
harrisburg, 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. 1. A TAVERN STAND, with four acres of land,
more or le on which is erected a substantial Stoke 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 less, on
which is erected a Grist Mill, Store House, lour Dwelling
Houses, with out-buildings. The Grist Mill is in good run
ning order, with plenty of custom work, good water
power, and a fine harbor for Limber. The Canal and Rail
road pass through this property.
No. 3. A TRACT OF LAND containing 150 acres, more
part tillable, the balance timber, on which is
erected two Dwelling HOUSES, with Stables, the frame:of
a Saw Mill, a head and fall of 21% feet, within 400 yards
pf Canal and Railroad. This is a splendid location for a
forge, furnace, or factory.
No. 4. A TRACT andaintuglii acres, with ROUSE and
Stable, (the Railroad and'emutl pass through,) on which is
a good Stone Quarry, a large quantity of brickclay, agood
seat fgr authracito fartiace, or steam Saw Mill. -
To. 5. A TRACT containing 45% ages of Woodland, a
large quantity of which is chestnut rail Limber, oak, hick
ory, he., on which there is about four acres cleared, with
HOUSE and Stable thereon. The-tract is g mile from
.'Canal and Railroad.
The above property Will be NM Ott tome to sett pur
chasers. it caa be seen by calling on the subscriber, on
the property, or any internists& can be given by ad
dressing JOHN C. WALLISTER,
Susquehanna, P. Q
2- Dauphin county,
Mar 22 tr
Useful and:' aluable
wig more mew. hriketteal utility
tlitict any 14_ now Were the
üblie. It has been thoroughly tested
during the last two years by practical
men, and pronounced by all to be
4UPARI,OII TO ANY
.0 to 4
Haron'a Insoptuns Crxexe is a new
thing, Ma- the-result of 'years of
study; inspi4dAttallowt:la on
And under no Circumstances or
change of temperature, will It he
come corrupt or omit any _ offensive
A new thing.
Hanufactosets, nstng Wobbles, will
find it the best article known as
Cementing for the Ctuuutebs, it works
without delay, is not affected by any
I change of tninperattun.
Will ttid it indiciently' adhesive tor
their use, as has been proved.
It is illspecially Adapted he Lea User,
And we claim as an especial merit,
that it sticks Patches to Boots and
Shoes sufficiently 'strong without
It is a liquid.
e, t n t that is a sure thing for mend-
ti dr°cke r y,i, o7l37
And articles of Household use
'HUToa's• litstiranats Cizlrsx2. -
Is In a liquid torn. and-as cosily op
plied. as paste. •
Islitso!Obis in water or tut
11wrea?s &amanita Comm.
Adheres oily substances.
Supplied .la Family or Marrefact
tureen Packages from 2 ounces I°loo
lingo* BROS. & CO.,
Steam- Weekly LlyerpooL
TOUCHING at4CrEE.ll#ol9l+7, EW
bor.) The well, known Steam of the Liverpool,
New York and Philadelphia St metilp:Coinpany, wain
tended to mil-
CITY OF MANCHESTER, Saturday, April 9; CITY Olt
LONDON, Saturday, AprlllB - , ETNA, S aturday, April 23,
and every succeeding Saturday, &Moon; from Pier 44,
RATES OF PASSAGE,
Pareara IN GOLD,, OR MI suuiviumr IN cmumwev.
,FIRST CABIN $BO 00 1 STEERAGE $3O 00
do to London 85 00 do to L0nd0n:...... 34 00
do to Paris 95"00 do to ... ; . 40.00 .
do to Hamburg.,..; 90 00 do to Itamtiurg....' 37 00
Passengers also forlard to Havre, Bremen,Retter
dam, Antwerp, to., at equally low rates.
Fares from 'Liverpool or Queenstown: Ist Cabin; $7O,
$B5, $lO5. Steerage, $35. Those who wish to send for
their friends can buy tickets here at these rates.. , .
For further information apply it the Company's OM &
JOAN G. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y. or C. 0
ZIMMERMAN, Harrisburg. , , 1 128-dly
TuElargest and cheapest variety of PHO
TOGRAPH ALBUMS in the city are constantly kept
at [marl2] BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
W"WOE made from this GRAPE so
arly resembles Port in flavor, body and color • that
none but the best judges could distinguish it from genu
ine imported Dart—as it used to be.
The subscriber has been appointed 'agent for the sale
V I N - . E..S
of this grape by an extensive grower in Western New
YOrk, and can furnish them in any quantity at moderate
price. . .
The wine is at present, selling at from $l. 50 to $4, ae
ooiding to age, and the supply is unequal to the demand.
. Keystone Nursery, Feb 28, 1884, • , feb26
SCHOMACKER &.-CO.'S PIANOS!
-SOUR - GR=APES: •
woo well known in.this oily , tp - need. COM
mendation. In use by
PRESIDENT LINCOLN, -
- ,GOVERNOR CURTIN .
: 11.111..`n tafttGIePEARSON,
And many other rusAinguisned.citizens. The undersigned
Offers these superb instruments at'Prices that cannot fail
to command public patronage..
N. R—No OLD stock on hand.
• Also, Sole Agent for the unrivalled
BRADBURY'S CELEBRATED- PIANOS.
Chickering's and. several other of the very best makes.
. None but perfect instruments sold.
Call and seelargest stock out of pelt . ..cities.
roar2B-tf S. WARD, Third street Reale Store.
A lAIIGE and' sirdeindidlllbok Case, with
-DI. Chili Sash above and pinebs below. Moulin at
BARR & CO.'S Auction Store Find Nation& Bank.
N A • T .V:E-W. I N. .• •
FINF. BLACKBERRY and ELDERBERRY WIN.E.
Warranted pure. For BRIO'S . •
SHISLER & FRAZER,
Jan% A-IsiciOssOrs to W. Dock, jr., & Co.)
T.A.VA;Jamaica amiLagur&Colffte, at
giusLER & FRAZEIk:
(toicooosors to W. Dock_ jr.; &to.)
NEW 806.11 SHOULD
. DAYS OF SHODDY
Juet received at EOM SCIF,FFER'S BOOKSTORE.
' ,dr, PERINg'S W,ORCESTER SAUCES,
the moat popular and the purest ever-offered-to.tha
public, just remitted, AAfortade by , - • Ii ', ~ •,.; 4"
. „ . BalB.ll IEirriAZER,
febi 6 611 dcessPrs tO:Wm; Via, jr.,, . .1: Co ~
PEAR' TB S.,-
Dwaxf bad Standm d.` :of
the best leadiag .yarieties, and of superior gFQNY ale
Caa befurnlshea at fair ptteetr atthilteystorteNurged
Nabetter CUER,RY,!etkeig be • finua
iiilVp cotiiitiyft*Ah stock now en tunntat tit&
The - collicticazintrakiN.: atailfoiti lit:ilia - fig' Aqui
. differinittottiorsandlrom . themariiest . to latarra
; , 491:1.. :124.1:011 JA04141.
BOor ;ow aims
It Is the only
IS THE VITAL PREICIPLE of THE POE THEE,
Obtained by a peculiar process in the dis
tillation of the tar, by which its highestmed
ical properties are retained.
nave you a Cougll. ? Have you Sore ThrSat?
Have yon 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 disease which sweeps to
the grave at least "one-sixth" of death's
Consumption has destroyed more of the
human family than any other disease, and the
best physicians for many 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 in many 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. WISHA_RT, of Philadelphia, Pa., the
proprietor of "Wis.hart'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
Consumpticm 7" Mr.answer, is this:
The invigoration of the digestive organs -
the strengthening of the debilitated system—
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 irritated surfaces of the
lungs and throat, penetrating to each dis,
eased tart, relieving pain, subduing in n mina
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, it 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:
D Wisnairr—Dsor Sir:—l had a very
dreadful wage •Aud aor throat for ous
And Lay wnoie stsi.i was fast giving way, AMA
I, was prostoited ou-My bed with but ikon
aops at•recovermg • My disease baffled
power of all Luedietnes, and in:a short time I
must have gone to my grave, but think 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, purchaied one
bottle of your : Pine Tree Tar Cordial and
commenced .to use it, and in one week I. was
much better,. and after using three bottles. I
am perfectly well, and a wender to all •my
friende, for they all pronounced me past cure.
Publish my case if yon think proper.
NO. 141 Wpue street,
Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial is an
infailiable cure for Bronchitis, Bleeding of
the Lungs, Sore Throat and Breast, In lemma
tion of the Lungs.
Mr. Wisp says:
Da. Wmajar—Sir:—l had Bronchitis, lit-
Irunniatimi of` he 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 despaired of ever being:re
stored to health. I was truly 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, after
using four large, and one small, bottles, I was
restored to perfect health. You can give re
ference to my house, No. 968 N. Second‘street,
or at my office of Receiver of Taxes, from 9
A. ac. to 2 r. at., corner of Chestnut and Sixth
streets. WORN WARD.
Read the following from Utica:
Da. Wtsnear—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, df
this city, has cured her of a cough of more
than five months' standing. I had thought
her beyond cure, and had employed the best
of inedical.aid with Out any benefit. I can
cheerfully recommend it to the public as a sate
and anreremedy for those similarly afflicted,
as I know of many other cases besides that of
my daughter that it has entirely cured of long
standing coughs. Yours respectfully,
JOHN V. PARKER, Daguerrean. Artist.
126 Genessee street, Utica, N. Y.
* :—I have used Dr. Wishfurt's
Pixie 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. 6. A. FOSTER, 160 Genessee street,
, , •
The above_ die a few among the thonsands
which this great remedy hag saved from an
untimely grave. " • ,
We have thousand.s of letters from physi
cians and druggists who have prescribed mid
sold the Tar Cordial, saying that they have
never used or sold a medicine which gave
- such universal satisfactilon. ,
, The Tar Cordial, - when taken in connection
?with Dr. Wishart's Dywaie. pills, is au in
fallible cure for'Dystuiplas.'
The Bum Tara Tan CORMS, will cure
- Coughs, Sore Throat and Breast, Bronchitis,
...Asthma, Whooping Cough, Diptheria, and is
also an excellent remedy for diseases of the
kidneys and female complaints.
: The genuine has the name of - the proprietor and a ••like
'tree blcomi in the bottle. Ali others are 'Turkl- 1t..41b
PRIM? FIFTY CHNTS and 4 31 i lialakg - per BOTS.F.
bY [hr 1( • ' f
• Dr. linshart,
A A:tit-a 1:431?L:34
V4 t allslorthSecoryl ru4delphia,
Sold' by Drastiiivii - ywh lesale by all_rhiJa
"delpliitiktft ;York kutraly",