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SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1861.
NOTICE. TO ADVERTISERS.—AII Adver
tisements, Business Notices, Dlarriages
Deaths, to secure insertion in the
RELEGRAPH, must invariably be accont
pa&ed with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regular
E-vening Edition are inserted in the Morn
lug Edition without extra charge.
SENTENCE OF A TRADE-MARK COUNTERFEITER.
William Leith, a Ding Broker of New York,
was convicted in the Court of General Sessions
Judge Hoffman) in that city for having coun
terfeited and imitated the Trade-mark, label,
wrapper, box, &c., of 'Brown's Broneial
Troches," prepared by John L Brown' & Son,
Boston,jand was sentenced to nine months,
n the Penitentiary. He was arrested in De
iember last, and being indicted by the Grand
Fury, under the statute of 1862, for .the pro
ection of Trade-marks, has been confined in
he Toombs since that time.
THREE hundred thousand dollars worth of
:catches and jewelry. See W. Forsyth &
:o.'s advertisement, in another column.
BANSVAIIT ' S Bronchial Troches for, hoarse
less and throat diseases, for sale at Dr. Miles'
Drug store, corner Third and North , streets, and
Dr. Win. H. Egle's Drug store, 'Ridge Avenue.
DOWN AND COUNTRY.
Tins is TILE Firm Saturday in succession
hnt ha t s been cloudy and. gloomy.
THERE WAS NO QUORUM in either branch of
he Legislature this morning, ,and' in 'corise
tuenee business was deferred until Monday.
THE Presbytery of Harrisburg holds its
emi-aunual "meeting in the borough of Car
isle, on Tuesday next. It is expected that
rosiness of great importance will come up at
his session of the Presbytery.
SECOND LUTE AN CHTTRCIi will hold divine
ervico in the Orphans' Court room, injhe
.ourt House, to-morrow morning at ten
iclock. Sabbath school in the same place
the afternoon, at half-past one o'clock:
BAPTIST CaußCll.—There will je service in
he Baptist Church, corner of Second and
'ine street, to-morrow morning at 101 O'clock
nd at 7 o'clock in the evening. The public
re invited to attend. The pulpit , will be oc
upid by Rev. .Geo. R. Bliss, of Lewishing
THE DOMESTIC MARKET this morning was
Inc of the fullest, as to supply, and largest in
attendance as to customers, We have witnessed
kn.' many weeks. Prices remained =changed,
holders were firm and buyers fierce, hilt - then,
people must eat and drink, be the prices what
Artarvan or REsuonas.--During last night,
scanty-three refugees from the horrors of
•ebellion, comprising twelve men and women;
Lud the remainder helpless children, arrived in
his city. They were kindly received and
rested at the Soldiers' Retreat,- and removed
his morning to the refuge, provided by tbe
)ounty of the State for such unfortunatesl.
, TiIIIPHIN COUNTY AGAINST TEE WORLD FOR
ILLTES. —Other localities can boast of their
success in producing prodigious biped - calves,
but Dauphin county can beat the world in
the quadruped of that description. As an in
stance of this fact, Jacob Wolfersberger, of
Derry township, informed us of a calf which
first saw the light of day in his Vern, 'that
weighed, when 3i days old, ninety-sti potmds.
A tender loin from such an animal might
truly be termed juvenile beef.
SAD Aectoarr.—A heart-rending accident
- which resulted in the death of Martha E.
Sellers, daughter of Mr. Samuel Sellers, a
farmer residing in Penn township, Cumber
land county, occurred on last Thursday'Week.
The little girl, in company with several other
children, had been spending the day ,at . a
neighbor's hours ; on their return in the r,g
ternoon, the children stopped at a hay stacl.
to play. Martha was jostled off the top of
this stack by one of her companions. Her
spine was injured by the fall so severelY that
she died on the following Monday.
THE ACTION OF THE CITY ATEMORITTES IN
REFERENCE TO THE REMOVAL OF THE 04ITTAL.
—Mayor Boumfort has called a, special meet
ing of the city council; this evening, to con
sider the question growing . out of the propo
sition to remove the capital of Pennsylvania
from Harrisburg to Philadelphia. In conse
quence of this call, the meeting in the Court.
Rouse advertised for this evening, has been
postponed, in order to await the. action of
council. Mayor Roumfort is acting with
characteristic promptness and vigor in this
matter, and we trust that he will be sustained
by the people who are largest interested. iln
the change which a removal would prodnee
on the business and progress of the city.pf
WALcoms. BACK. —We are specially pleased
to welcome, Capt. Robinson, former A. Q.
M. at this post, back to his duties at his old
headquarters in this city. For a time he was
detailed for service in •Chambersburg, where
he was greatly needed ; but the immense im
portance of his presence at this post, induced
the Governfinent to send him back, as, really
essential for the success of the service with
which he is charged. Capt. Robinson is cer
tainly one of the most faithful mon in 'the
Quartermaster's Department, alike strict in.
his regard for the interests of the Gevernment
and the welfare and comfort of the; soldier.
The fact of his retian to Harrisburg has .al
ready given great satisfaction to the tho, l *
sands of volunteers now quartered here,_
Capt. Robinson has been particularly careful
in supplying the wants of these men, whOL
they were actually neglected by officers charged.
with their care.
REV. B. L. AGNEW, of Johnstown, Pa., will
preach in the Old School Presbyterian church
to-morrow morning and evening.
POLICE AFTAnts—Before the Mayon—There
were only two occupants in the lock-up last
night. Jas. Mansfield, (soldier,) arrested for
drunkenness and disorderly conduct, was dis
charged by the Mayor, and handed over to
the military authorities.
Richard Panting, arrested for drunkenness
and disorderly conduct, was committed to
fort Simmons for forty-eight hours.
PERSONAL. Col. Montgomery, whom our
readers will remember as the eloquent south
erner who so ably defended the cause of the
Union on the stump, in this State, during the
last political campaign, arrived in this city
last night. He is now making his final ar
rangements to go to Vicksburg to engage in
the publication of his paper, the Vicksburg
Whig, which he intends to make an organ of
loyalty and a terror to traitors. He has our
best wishes for success.
Colonel H. S. Huidekoper, of the 150th P. V.
regiment, has, on account of ill health, been
obliged to tender his resignation.
SANFRILD'S Hem, continues to be the centre
of an attraction of the most popular order;
and Mother Goose, as arranged and put upon
the stage by Sanford, is drawing large audi
ences nightly. Sanford is the first man who
succeeded, both in the new and the old
world, in giving to Ethiopian minstrelsy that
purity and polish which now rank it with the
higher order of operatic and dramatic per
formances. He does not aim merely at re
.llll4:4;lucing stale ,and ; vulgar jests-,in carica-
taiiiiglthe beautiful orliidiculing the -good—
but he flings his sarcasms at the evils of the,
times, ridicules what is absblutely injurious
in society, pays his just tributes to what is
good and true, and thus, in his own original
way, doing a sight of good, not merely in
moving people to a hearty laugh, but in
shairling many a - man' frorn his errors as he
sees them reflected in the mirror held up by
The bill at
.. Sanford's, for this evening,
embraces Mother Goose. :Let all who love
genuine fun, go, hear, see and laugh.
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TO Miss DENHAM.
—The patrons of the drama will be pleased
to learn that ithas been-arranged to give Miss
Fanny Denham, the leading comedienne of
Rouse's dramatic troupe, a compinientary
benefit this evening. For, many weeks Miss
Denham has been • winning golden opin
ions from the most fashionable audiences ever
assembled in the State Capital, as well for the
marked ability with which:she sustained her
large and difficult rote, Us 'for the knowledge
of her personal accomplishments as a lady,
.which; have made for her friends in the most
respectable circles of genteel sciciety in the State
Capital. On the stage she is as inimitable as she
is irreproachable in private life. Her vivacity
and genial humor in action are as natural as
her beauty, and if we are, not, mistaken the
attraction of all these combined, will fill
Brant's Hall to overflowing this evening. We
see it stated in the bills of the day, that Mr.
S. L. Ryan, the popular Irish Comedian who
played a short engagement.in this eity a few
weeks 'since, has 'volunteered to appear only
on this occasion. The 'performance for the
evening embraces Vicior Hugo's thrilling play
of the Queen and the Adventurer, wish Irish
Assurance and Yankee Modesty.
A Riau jolcs °Tenn, FIRST OF APRIL. We
have just heard of a rich joke passed off by a
party of our fast fashionable young ladies, on
the first of April last. Selecting a spinster
who is known for her high regard for young
men, because "it is so agreeable for a young
'lady to possess the friendship of a large circle
of young men," these wild girls wrote to at
least twenty young men, in the name of the
spinster, requesting their presence at her
"papa's residence" on the plea of business
connected` with the Young Men's Christian
Association. Being men of courtesy as well as
anxious to promote the interest of so gokl
an association, all who, were written to, un
susPeCtinglyc.oinplied with the request by re
pairing to '‘papa's residence." The presence
of such a' crowd in the parlor was of cousse
unusual; the lady was, at first, delighted with
the calls of her friends, but exceedingly puz
zled to account for their numbers—while the
secret of the joke only began to be seen as the
parlor failed of room, to accommodate its
guests on this occasion. And as the gallants
emerged from "papa's residence," -a party
of young ladies might have been seen at a
near corner, enjoying the scene, as
"Their mirth and fun ran fast and furious."
—We are almost sorry that we are pledged to
secrecy-as to the names of the parties to this
fun. The perpetrators, at least, should have
notoriety for their smartness. • But we must
Al - 134TTOMPlairENT TO A RiST MAN. 113-
ferring to the author of the resolutions adopt
ed by. the Methoclistßpiscopal Conference at
Wilmington, Delaware, the editor 31' Hean
Iferald thus speaks of Rev. J. Walker Jack
A few Sabbaths since, it was our good for
tune to listen to him upon the occasion of his
return to his charge in the city of Harrisburg,
where-he has been stationed for the past year.
The subject of his discourse was the Chris
tian Minister—his mission, his duties, his ex
ample, conduct and bearing before men. His
calling was higher than that of other men.
His commission was not from any, earthly
. power, but from God. His mission was to
combat sin, in whatever form it presented it
self, and if for fear of causing the displeasure
of some he jailed to discharge his duty in that
respect, he would have a fearful account to
render in the day of final reckoning. Mr.
Jackson denounced particularly that minister
who seemed to be afraid to do his duty, and
who never walked erect and looked Ms fellow
man square in the face for fear he had . said
something offensive-in ,the pulpit Such a
man, holding as he did ,a commission which
no earthly power could .grant, a representa
tive of Christ., the'Satior of the world, was
a disgrace to his calling; Mr. Jackson treat
ed the subject in a masterly manner, and we
only regret that every:adult in the land could
not have the benefit 'of such teaehings in thee
SPECIAL NOTICE S .
Coughs and Colds.
The sudden changes of our climate are sources of Part-
MONARY, BRONCHIAL and ASTHMATIC AFFacrantrs. Expe
rience having proved that simple remedies often act
speedily when taken in the early stages of the disease, re
course should at once be had to "llivson's Bronchial
Troches." or Lozenges, let the Cold, t'ough or Irritation
of the Throat be ever so slight, as by this precaution a
more serious attack may be effectually warded oft Pu
LIC SPEAKERS and SINGERS with find them effectual for
clearing and strengthening the voice. Soldiers should
have them, as they can be carried in the pocket and taken
as occasion requires. mar29-dawlin
BANNVART'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-, to whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist every where.
Bead the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen:
• Haunsinnto, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. Hirniveirr—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. N.S. Presbyterian Church.
j ogit-I agree with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Bannvart's Bronchial. Troches.
W. C. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Church.
EilitaM3l33o, iJqax., 180.
To O. A. Beinivemr—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
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, &v.
JNO. VALREII .TAOICSON.
Pastor of the Locust St.. Methodist Church.
To C. A. BANNvervr---Dear Sir: Having used.
your Bronchial Troches, .1 snares to say they
are the beat Ihave ever tried and take grest
pleasure in recommending them to all persons
afflicted with sore throat or huskiness of
voice arising from public speaking - or singing.
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church .
DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S Ossior.O_
Hennuininio, Yeb l 29 - `,lB - 64:
To C. A. 13.uffiveirrear Sir : I have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarsenesi and. in sti - engtheiting the
miscles of the throat. Theylinpart clearness
to the voice, and ate'certainly' of great bene
fit to all public speakers. •A. J. HERR
COIoGATE 9 SI HONEY
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal de
mand, is made from the choicest material, is. mild
and emoUlent in its nature, fragrantly satiated,
and extremely. beneficial in itet 'Whole upon the skin.
For sale, by all Druggists and Fahey Gach.Dealets
• Military Thaninessi Attended To.
Bounty, Pennon, .Back Pay, Bilbsistenairland Military
and War Claims, generally,
_mule mit and collected. =Tel ,
aorta residing at a distanceluttilutie then business trims
acted by mail, by addressing- .
EUGENE BINYDER, Attorney-at-Law • -
del7-dly Third areet,-Harrisburg,;Paill
Mrs. Ball's Remeill'iSs:
I take this method If cheerfully thanking the public
for past kind-attention to my
medkines. To tell of all the Wendel - fa 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 *wintery 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.
BLIR DYE 'MIR' DYE I !
Bateikeior's Celebrated Hair Dye
18 THE BEST LIV THE WORLD.
The only Harmless, True and Re habit Dye Known.
This splendid Hair Dye is perfect—changes Red, Rusty
or Gray Hair instantly to a Mossy Black or Naturalßrown
without injuring the Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
Hair soft and beautiful ; imparts fresh vitality, frequently
restoring its pristine color, and...rectifies the - 111 effects of
bad Dyes. The genuine sigifedAiTLELLid -A. BATCH
ELOR. All others are mere imitations, and should be
avoided. Sold byall Druggists, &c. Factory - 81 BAR
CLAY ST, N. Y.
ILISCRILLOWEI NEW TOIL= CRAM FOR DRESSING TEE HAIR
A PHYSIOLOGICAL view of MARRIAGE,
containing nearly 300 and: neges p 30`fine plates and
Engravings of the Anatomy of t heSimnel Organs in a
state of Health and Disease, wittc.V Treatise on Self
Abuse, its Deplorable Consequence "align ,the Mind and-
Body, with the Author's Plan of Treatment—the only
rational and successful mode of eureoialitiown by the re
port of cases treated. A truthful adviser to the married,
and those contemplating marriege, who entertain doubts
of their physical condition. Sent free'ef *stage to any
address, on receipt of 28 cents, in stamps or postal cur-
rency, by addressing Dr. LA OWL; No. 31 Maiden Lane,
Albany, N. Y. - marl-dawam
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
OF AN INVALID.
Published for the benefit, and. as a CAUTION TO
YOUNG MEN and others, who suffer :from Nervous :De
bility, Premature Decay . of Manhood, ,ha, supplying at
the same time Tun MUSS Or SILT-CITILX. By . one who
has cured himself after . undergoing coniiderable quackery.
By inclosing a post paid ad44egual envelope, single
copies may be had of the author.
feb3.3mdiew Bedford, Slnips.Co., N. Y.
Hoop Sk.iits: Hoop Skirts
The Cheapest Hoop Skirts int Harrisburg.
A splendid skirt for 76 015.
A much better skirt for $l.
Calicos; a tine assortment for spring.
French gingluurts, Manchester gingham
Bleached and unbleached muslin from New York Auc
1,000 yards plaid silks at $l, worth $1 60.
200 yards plain brown silk at 41 37, worth .$1,76.
200 yards black ailk at $l..
Black silk at all prices.-
A very large assortment of new dress. goods.
600 dozen of stockings and socks, all prioes.
The best stockings in the city at 25. cents.
Cassimeres for men and boys' wear.
Cloaks for spring.
Wishing to reduce our stock, which is v.ery now
we will offer great inducements to bu,yent. S. LEW.Y•
ORANGES! ORANGES! !-20 boxes in
prime order. Just received wholesale and retail.
SHISLER & FRAZER,
feb2 (successors to Wm. Dock, jr., 8 Co.),
HAMS ! .111.11 S !!—MiChener'i Excelsior.
Just cured. Received and for sale at
SEMLER & FRAZE 4
mar2B • (Successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Um)
NA T I V E WINE.'
FINE BLAppERRY and ELDSREEDRY 'RUM—
Warranted pure. For sale at •
SEMLER & FEWER,
jan26 Eruccessors to W, Dock, Jr., & Ca )
TO LADIES.—If You wish good , Lode.
reper, Envelopes, Ink, Pens, Or anything 'else In t h e
sta t ionery line, you will do well by
k LARGE lot of best quality of Mercer
Potatoes just received and for ode s --
decLlAltf No. 8
pENE. , APPLE-- CHEESE--Norton'al , aele ,,
butted; . SHISLZR ic FRAZEII4
no2o (=Lamson' to Wm. Dock, Jr., & eo.)
DESIRABLE PROPERTY.-AT PRIVATE
SALE.—The subscriber, residing six: miles above
Harrisburg, on the Susquehanna river °IRAs at: private
sale the following desirable property ,- alt of Which is con
venient to both the Canal and- Railrbad,'initt One of the
best markets in the State the city of Harrisburg:
No. 1. A TAVERN STAND, with four acres of land,
more or 1 on which is erecteditsubStainialttone and
Plastered HOUSE, containing eleyen rooms; a large Stone
Stable, capable of bolding 20 horses; Carriage House,
Smoke House, and one of the beat 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 Hcruse,'fotirl/4elling
Houses, with out-buildings. The Gristiiill to in goad run
ning order, with plenty of custom work, good water
power, and a tine harbor for timber. The Canal and Rail
road pass through this property.
No. S. A TRACT OF LAND containing 150 acres, more
or less, part tillable, the balaime timber, on which is
erected two 'Dwelling HOUSES,-with Stable; the . frame of
a Saw Hill, a head and fail of 21X, °feet, Within4oo yards
of Canal and Railroad. This is a splendid ..location for a
forge, furnace, or factory.
mi k ,4 A TRACT containing 10 acres, with HOUSE and
Stabil), (the Railroad and. Canal pass through,) on which is
a good. Stone Quarry, a large quantity of brick clay, a good
seat ter au anthracite furnace, or steam Saw Mill.
No. 5. A TRACT, containing 4.5 g acres of Woodland, a
large quantity of which is Shestuut rail Umber, oak, hick
ory &c., on which there is about four acres cleared, with
HOUSE and Stable thereon. The tract is mile from
Canal and Railroad. 1
e above property will be sold on terms to suit pur
chaser& It can be seen by calling on the subscriber, on
the property, or any information can be given by ad
dressing. JOHN C. N'.ALLISTER,
Susquehanna, P. 0.,
Dauphin county, Penn'a
e WALT DISOOTARY I
Use , and. Valuable
is of more general practical utility
than any invention now before the
public. lOUs beelitheroughly tested
during the last two years by practical
en., and pronounced by all to be
SVPZRIOR TO ANY
I:Wheelie. Preparations knoWn.
HILTONW/NOOLVALI CJOirttr is a new
thing, and the result of years of
study; its combination
, Bei -P_Olcfpa
And 'under tairis or
Shange 'Ol%-teurgaidaturA'wlll^-1t be
anie Corrupt 'dr omit anf abusive
A Dew 'thing.
`BOOT 4 . 111) 8110 E
Manufacture's, using Machines, will
grid it the best sulicie known as
thottt dela*, is not la any
change of temperature.
Boot and Shoe Man.
Ifil find it, aunteieetly adhesive for
their.use as hes been proved..
/kir I:spce/4 ~.idagneti, , to Leather,
And we claim as an especal merit,
that it etas Patches to Boots an
Shoes. terfliciently strong without
• t that la a sure thing for maridl..
kaimitur& ck '
And artistes of 'Household use
.iiitson's boomers CEMZNT
Win a liquid form and 8.6 easily ap
plied as paste:
HELTON'S INBOLUBLB CBJBNT
12 'amiable in water or oil.
BxuroN'a Imaounni Caw=
Adherea oily atibetanore.
Supplied, in Family or Manufao
tunes Packages from 2 ounces to 100
13:1:L'pONBROB. & CO.,
• • Ptoprietorn,
Providence, R. L
MEDICAL. • •
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KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON.
A PURE and powerful TONIC, Corrective
11 and 'Alterative, of Wonderful efficacy in diseases of
the STOMACILE, LITER and BOWELS. •
, • De
pression of Spirits, Constipation ,
Intermittent Fever, Acidity of the
' Stomach, Nausea,'Heartburn, Ijisguai jam..
-Food, Fullness .or. Weight in the stomacly '
: ..Hinking or Fluttering at the Pit of.the ,. Ettornack,
. Swimming of the Head;Difticult Breethincarellew
nil* of _the. Skin :.ind.....Eyea,- 4 Friver Mid Dell , paini-la the
Head, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest and Limbs,
. will 'cure every ease of Chronic :or Nervous
Debility, Disefineirf of the'' Kidneys and -
Diseases arialpg front a disordered
stomach; Good , for . Hale
• I or Female, Old'
-eV TOW*. ' -
The most beneficial medicine known; gives WHO' sills
faction aid cares More dLsesses than any other 'prepare
•elon oared to the Public. Prepared solely bya d SUN
NIL Ar BRO., 118 Market street, Harrisburg.
For sale by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
Kunkers Bitter Wine of Iron. is the °Mg sure and
effectual remedy in the known world for the. permanent
cure of Dyspepsia and Debility, and as theretun a number
of Imitations offered to , the public, we would caution the
community to Purchase none but the genuine article,
manufactured by S. A. Ramon. & Biro., and has their
stamp on the top of the cork of every bottle..l.The very
fact that others are attempting to imitate this - valuable
remedy, Proves its worth and speaks witting' in its favor.
The Bitter Wine of trouts putup in 75 bent and $1 00'
bottles, and sold by all respectable druggtsta throughout
the country. Be particular that every bottle bears the
/aerial& of the proprietor's signature.
This Wine i Wades the most agocable and - Adept
Salt of Iron we posses; :Zitrate or Magnetic ORA& Can
blued, with the most energetic of vegetable tonlerkTeffloy
Peruvian bark. The effect in many cases of debility, toes
of appetite s and general "piestration, of an efficient Salt of
Iron, Combined with our valuable Nerve Tonic, is mast
happy. It augments the appetite, raises the pulse, takes
Gm muscular flabbineas, removes the pallor of debility,
and gives a florid vigor to the.countenance.
GEN . E4AX% DEX9T,
us )Lißiwr mu=
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Fakialeriii ° f ailAtiatt , do/aerie itte
PATENT CALE-NDAR-CLOCKS 1
The Measurement of - Time - and the Record o
THE GREAT DIPROVEMINT OF THE AGE !
A F. ZIMMERMAN, No. 52 Market 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 self-setting; the 24-hour wheel of the
clack moves the Calendar at midnight for the following
day, and the mechanism of the Calendar is sunlit: that it
sets itself for the long and short montbs„thus, without.
any attention (except to keep the clock wound) it will not
only point out thetime 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 days for three kincaessive years and on the
fourth year 29 days, thus making all the , changes, -in
cluding Bissextile or Leap Year. _ mar2B-d2w
SchoylkM and Soignehanna Railroad
Omme, 227 S. FOURTH STIUMM
Pxuainassas, April 41h, 1864. I
rrinE annual meeting of the. Stookholdere of
this Company and an election for reeddent amd Six
Managers will take place at the Office of the Company on
Monday, the 2d day of May next, at 12 o'clock, x
ap6.4ltm2 W. IL WEBB, Secretary.
Notice to Magistrate), Prosecutors, Witnesses
NOTICE is hereby given that hereafter all
partite or witnesses bound by recognizance to appear
in any . criminal prosecution in this county, will be called
on Monday afternoon, at the meeting of the Colift, and if
-not then in attendance,- their recognizances will be for
feited, unless before that time a sufficient excuse for non-.
attendance be sent to the District Attorney. And such
parties and witnesses, under like penalty of forfeiture,
must remain in court during the session thereof, and
answer when required, and that no forfeiture of a
recognizance will .be taken oil' by the Court, ex
cept on clear proof of the inability of the recognizer to
attend at-the time. And the Magistrates throughout the
county are respecthilly urged to require: sufficient surety
from all-persona charged with crime, and to bind over all
prosecutors and witnesses brought before them; and that
fines will be imposed on all Jurors failing to attend, except
when they have sufficient legal excuses for non-attend
ance. By order of the Court,
sipB-dawte J. C. YOUNG,-Clerk.
Open Market for Cavalry Horses.
Asst. QUARTKR.BUSrItIt'S 01714111,
Hamussoact,./trinit„ April 6th, f
TTNTIL further orders, HORSES, fit for
11,..) Cavalry Service, will be purchased at. this place in
None will be received under Ave, nor over nine years of
age. Must not be under 15 bands in height.
For particulars apply to E. C. REICRENBACH,
aps-dtf Capt. and Asst.. Quartermaster.
It is the only`
i t GOOD BLACKSMITH is wanted by the
.1011.. undersigned. PennerTent employment and good
wages- 44w given. Apply to E. T. KOUCK, Bridgeport.
FOR• SALE—A HOUSE, corner Short street
and Young's alley - . Price ;850 cash. •
Also, TWO ROUSES on Young's alley, back of Short
street. Price $625 each, cash. Apply to
apr44lw W. K. VERBEKE.
SALE OF-CONDEMNED HORSES ANDMULES
OFFICS ASSISTANT Quswrsesusrss,
HARRISBURG, Ps 'e., April 4, 1864
WILL BE SOLD, , at Public Auction, at.
y V Government Corral, near Union Deposit, Dauphin
county, Penn'a., on Thursday, April 14,1894, atle o'clock,
130 .4ARSES AND ONR' MULE.
Thesatitifirials have been . condemned as being unlit for
Government service; but.forfannand road purposes,
.bargainscan be lied.- acs -
Horses to he sold singly; sale to continue until all are
TuililVoitieh, , WGitvitametif funds: '
E. C. REICHENBACH,
apr4-td Capt. and :Assistant Quartermaster.
PHILADELPHIA CLOAK STORE,
ON. . .
MARKET - STREET,
(D 7 D. W. GROSS" NEW BLOCK)
.• • •
HAS now on exhibition' a magnificent
Ladies' and Childrens' ,
CLOAKS - AND. MANTILLAS.
The styles will be found entirely new, and material un
..The particular attention of ladies is invited to this es
tablisbment to examine this stock. In addition IA the
above, we always will keep a complete stock of
SHAWLS, BALMORALS AND HOOP SKIRTS.
Being in immediate connection with a large wholesale
- house inniiiiideinhin, we are enabled to sell at very low
~a . G;a#Y
GREAT BARGAINS IN JEWELRYI
W . _ FORSYTH dr'.CO.,
V V •
42 AND 44 NASSAU' STREET, NEW YORK_
(Adjoining the Post Office,)
Offer for sale the following magnificent Est of - .
EACH ARTICLE ONE DOLLAR, AND NOT TO BE
PAID Iva UNTIL AUSZITOW WHAT
YOU ARE TO GET.
150 Gold and Silver Watches.. $l5 00 to $lOO 00 each
-200 Ladies' Gold Watches.. ..
. - 1115 00 each
- 500 Ladies' & GenteSilierdo ' 15 . 00 each
5,000 Ladies" Gold. Pencils 4.00 to : 800 each
5,000 Gold-band Braceleta...... - 2 00' to 10 00 each
10,000 Lockets, Chains and Rings. 250 to 600 each
6,000 Cameo, Mantic and Jet
Brooch*: . . . 4 00, to 600 each
6,000 Coral anorPlorentine — Kar.:
droris • . - 400 to 800 each
10,000 Gents' Breast Pins . 2 - 50 to 800 each
15,000 Sleeve Butt Ons, and Bosom
Studs...-. ... . 250 m 600 each
10,000 Seta Ladies"jewelry......s 00 to 10 00 each
6.000 Lava and Florentine Sets.. 400 to 600 each
10;000 Gold Pens, Silver-mounted
Holders - 400 to 500 each
5,000 Gold Pens; with Silber Es-
'tension' Cases and Pen.
ails . 4 00,rtn; 600 each
Tile articles In this stock of Jewelry are of the neatest
and' most fashionable styles. Certificates of all the va
rious articles are put in waled envslopesand ,ntxed, thus
fair chancey and 'sent by mall; YOr . 25- Cents
each and on the receipt of the certificate; it is '-at your
option to send ONE tiom.arcand take the article named in
it or not. Five certificates for:$1; eleven for $2; thirty
for $5; sixty for $10; one hundred - for $l5. 'Certificate
money to be enclosed with - order. Correspondence
promptly answered. .
Ausars WANTED in every town and regiment .. .Send
for a circular. Addreee IV—FORSYTH
42 and-44 Nassau street, New York.
The Most Rev. J. HUGIEERS )
FIRST ARCEEBIE(HOF OF NEW YORK.
ITIHIS most excellent engraving is now of
fared for sale at W. KNOCHE'S,
ap2-1m 93 Market street, Sole Agent.
110 ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
_l_ll.lfarrh3burg'and vicinity that he has removed`. his
office from the Union Buildings to his resides= in !Third
street, three doers:below Pine; where he wilt be hap& to
receive the calls of his old patients and those qt,lthe com
munity who may desire his prefiiiiiii#idatevicei :- •
April. Is; 18t64-d2w
A-- PATRIOTIC GIFT BOOR.
0 0 ,,
"Oui-Okerniiienyimui mpOd of the. Goastttation,
he:, for By 11. IK'Kay•Price $l. Per
sale at - dela RICRONEIVK BOOKSTORE.
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY, &C.,
VALUED AT $86,000.
Dr. R. A. MARTIN
A srruinix As Clerk in a "store Best
11 references-if required.- Address
Wieoto44llolo4 county, Pa.
AGIRL to do general Homework.
ALSO, a good COOL Apply at the NATIONAI
HOTEL, Market street, between Third and Fourth streets
Good wages paid. ap7-d3t*
AGENTS wanted to sell then-Standen:l -His
tory of the War. A rare chap - 4'lo !Mike money.
Agents are cleating from $lOO to $2OO Oernaoata.... 200,00
volumes already sold. Send for circulars. Address
JONES BROS.& CO.,
Publishers, Baltimore, Md.
BRANT'S NAIL BRANT'S HALL
.81-77Y-NINTEI :217GH2' SIXTF-117X171 T
Combination Dramatic Company,
• Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company.
COMPLEMENTARY. $ E FIT
The Popular and Gifted ProtealpLar z eajr; ,
MISS FANNY DENHAM.
NESS FANNY DENIM
MISS PAPINY - 1
MR. S. E. RYAN, MR. S. E. RYAN. KR. S. E. RYAN,
MR. S. E. RYAN, MR. S. E. RYAN,
MR. S. E. RYAN, MR. S. E. RYAN, MR. S. E. RYAN,
MR S. E. RYAN, MR S. E. RYAN,
The Great Irish Comedian and Dialectician.
First week of the Engagement of the ittlOnted Actre,
HMS NELLIE SPRAGUE.
• MISS NELLIE SPRAGUE.
MISS NELLIE SPRAGUE.
The performance will commence with the thrilling his
torical Play, in three acts, entitled the
Queen and the Adventurer,,
Queen and the Adventurer, -
I,neen and the Adventurer,.
Queen and the . Adventarer
THE HORRORS OF LA TOUR DE =SLR .
To conclude with the very laughable Irish Comedy, called
IRISH ASSURANCE AND YANICEF. MODESTY:
IRISH ASSURANCE AND YANKEE MODESTY_
IRISH ASSURANCE AND YANKEE MODESTY
The whole company in the bill.
Secure Seatirand. Come Early.
For particulars see small bills.
SAINTORIPS ' HALL.
THIRD STREET, BELOW MARKET STREET,
REAR OF HERR'S HOTEL.
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL - 9.
FUN FOR THE MILLIOI'P •
Ladies' and Children's Matinee at 't O'Cloct
HANDY •IN - :Et r
HOW ARE YOU, GREENBACKS?
To conclude with
TILE GHOST .
. . ,
in a blaze of Greek Fire- -•, ,t‘
sAwlebmi AND TitOtTPit:' •
Orchestra-Seats mu be procurbd in adv a nce tiVlNtim
vart'a Drug Story ' .. -
Doors open at Commence l to S.
Police always in attendance to preserve order..'
Admittance 25 cents.
Orchestra clubs ; 50 cents.
Private boxes. entire, $5 each; angle seals, 3sl. k
NEW, NATIONAL; HA:I;t : ,
(LATE TEMPERANCE RALE. ) 0,6
CORNER OF SECOND AND SOUTH STREETS.
A COMBINATION OF STARS.
The popular Comedian and Vocalist
Mr. BILLY HOLMES.
Mr. BILLY HOLME.S
First appearance, this evening, of
Mr; NED HAVEN, - .
The Popular Negro Delineator.
Second week of the Beautiful and Elegant, Aiupe4e.
MISS FRANK CIFRISTIE. .
MISS. FRANK CEIIIIOIE.
CANTERBURY MUSIC FIA L.
WALNUT ST., BELOW IBIRD.
J. BUDD ... ... .. Sole Lame.
OPEN .EVERY MEM,
With a First-class Comiiiny of =• :
SINGERS, DANCERS„ COKEDUNS, &c., &a: — l7.
Seats In Boxes. ...... . . ... '
LORENZ REISS & sellailms
SOLE AGENCY AT FF. _KNOCHE'S,
93 Market street, Harrisburg.
- - L1 OR REASONS perfectly satisfactory to
.A 2 wrqttur I have taken the agency: of the abbve most
excellent flaws. The public is invited to come -suot,ex
amine for themselves.
A few Schemacker & Co's Pianos on hand: yet :UHL he
sold low. mai1.5.11
NO. 4 JONES'. ROW:-
public that he has pinehased the.:
• HAT AND CAPSTDRF. ' • •
Late the property of I'. J. BURNETT, deceased, and that
he will continue the business at the old standkew t hiererte
will constantly keep on hand ngetientjassortin ent of
HATS, CAPS &c
, 5 • 5
OR- THE LA-TESS , ST i lt4S,
which will be sold at reasonable rates.
A liberal stare of . patronage brrearOpillyappeited
mann-412m R. H. LONG
AnCTORDTEN" - AT-
HAS removed his Office from Third to Wal
nut street, next to the Prison. Alt business in
trusted to him will receive prompt and careful attention.
ENGLISH BREAKFAST TEL re
ceived, a fine chest of English BreakfBl&Dia l .4
SEISLF-R & FRAMES
Successors to Wm. Dock, it)
C)(1 BOXES SPERM CANDLE,s; of
superior make, jug. received aed'for
aIIIBLER & FRAZEit,
febl (mimic:Ars to Wm. Dock, jr -‘dp
Keos — P L UALia l id ere d r " kab LAßD . ' ust reeTived
ju at FIitAZER,
mar-1 (snoceseors to Wm. Dock, jr., & co
ANEREQO I 4- ..01141W-7WWBollairiCrit
am& parlor invoice of Messina Oranges just received at