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- ETAS discovered the most certain, veedy
and effectual remedies in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
RELIEF IN SIX TO TWELVE HOURS,
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.•
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Wdakness of the Back, Affections of the Kidneys and
Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, linpotency, General-De
bility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
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Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the
Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, Affections of the Liver,
Lungs, Stomach or Bovrels—those - terrible disorders
arising from the Solitary. Habits of Youth—those secret
and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the
song of Syrcns to the Mariners of ;Ulysses, blighting their
most brilllaiit hopes or anti,pipations, rendering marriage,
Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice,
that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps
to an untimely grave thousands of Young Ken of the
most exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who might
otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the Wan
ders otoloquence or waked to ectasy the living lyre, may
call with full confidence.
Harried Persons, or Young Hen contemplating marriage 6
being aware.or physiCal weakness, organic debilitytdefor
mities, ke., speedily cared.
He who places himself ender the care of Dr. S. may .. mi.
llglously confide in hiS honor: as a gentleman; and ;Gond
'4ntly rely,ppen his skill as a.Physician. • - ;.
mniediately euredrand full vigor restored.
This distressineaffection—which renders life miserable
and marriage,lmpossible—is the pesalty paid. by, the yle
tims of improper indulgence. , Young persons are too apt
to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful
consequences that may ensue. Now, -who that under r
stands the subject will pretend to deny that the power, of
procreation is lost sooner, by, those falling into improper
habits than by the prudent. Besides being .deprived the
elea.sures of healthy offiprin,„,cr the most serious and de
structive symptoms to both body and mind arise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and mental
functions weakened ? loss of procreative power, nervous
irritabilitYrSyspepsla, palpllation of the heart, indigestion;
constitittionalldebility, a wasting of the frame, cough, con
sumption, decay and death.
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Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doom
from the corner. Fail not to observe name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. ;Phe Doctor's
Diplomas hang in his office.
-Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, grad=
uate from one of the most eminent colleges in the United
States, and the greater part of whose life has been spent
in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some of the most astonishing cures
that were ever known, ;, many troubled with ringing in the
bead and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately.
-TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro
duced by early habits of youth, viz : weakness or the back
and limbs, pains in the head, dimness of sight, loss of
muscular power, palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, ner
vous irritability, symptoms of consampuon, &o.
lilwramr.—The fearful elfects °lithe maid are much
to be dreaded—loss of memory confusion of ideas„de
pression of spints, evil forebodings, aversion to society,
self distrust, love of solitude, timidity, &c., are some' of
the evils produced.
Who have Injured themselves by a certain practice in
dulged in when atone, a- habit frequently learned from
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which. are
uisntly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage za >ossible, and destroys both mind and body,
should t))lh mmediately. •
What t ,r t hat a young man, the hope of his country;
the darling of his parents, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequence Of
deviating from the path of ualbre and Indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such persons Mod; before contem
Reflect that a soundinind and body are the most necessary
requisites to promote connubial bappinSss. Intleed; with
out these, the journey through life bedomes a weary pil
grimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view--; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair and filled with the
melancholy reflection that the _happhiess of another be
comes blighted with our own.
DISEASE OF DIFRTJPENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
finds be has imbibed the seeds of this painful disease, i
too often happens thatan Mimed 'sense of 'shame or the
dread of discovery deters him from applying to those who
from education and respectability, can alone befriend him.
He falls into the hands of ignorant and designing pretend
ers, who, incapable of curing, filch his pecuniary sub
stance, keep him trifling month after month, or as long es
the smallest fee can be obtained, and in despair leave him
with ruined health to slgh - oVeT hisgalling disappointment,
or, by the use of the deadly poison, Mercury, hasten' the
constitutionalsymptomsof thisterribledisease,such as affec
tions Hof the Mead, 'Throat, Maw, Skin, etc..prokrelying
with frightful rapidity 'till death puts a period to his
dreadful sufferings by-sending .him to that undiscovered
country from whence no traveler return •
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Themany thousands cured at this institution year after
-year r and- the -numerous important surgical operations
performed - by Dr. Johnion, witnessed by the reporters of
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have appeared again andngain before the public, besides
his standing as: a gentlbman of character and responsi.
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lIELMBOLD BYTE...LOT SARSAPARILLA,
HELMEOLDIMPROTr4D ROSE WASH.
FLUID, EXTRACT BUCIIU,
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
FOR D/SBABBB OF TIIIC
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL
AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS
THIS Medicine increases the power of Di
x gestion, and excites the.ABSORBENTS Into healthy
action, by which the WATERY or CALCEROUS deposi
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lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Arising from Excoe - s. es, Habits of Dissipation, Early In
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Etje . UUll.MlngjM n aLela'=l=jjalag2
Indisposition to Exertion, Dryness of the Skin,
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Universal Lassitude of therain in the Bask •
Muscular System, Flushing of:theßody, f,
Hot Hands, Eruptions on the Face,
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.DaIPOTE.NOY, FAT uiTY, EPILEPTIC, FITS,
In one of which the patient may expire. Who can say
that they aro not frequently followed by those "direful
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.
Malty are aware of the cause of their sufferings, but
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the melancholy deathsby Consumption, bear amp% wit
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THE CONSTITUTION, ONCE AFFECTED
WITH ORGANIC WEAKNESS,
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FEIiiNT,ES . -FEMALES-FEMAIIES,
01, - OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEM
In many affections peculiar to females the Extract Hu
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Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or suppression of the
customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Schirrous state of the
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plaints incident to. the sex; whether arising from Indiscre
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found they were deceived, and that the "Poison" has by
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-system, to break out in an aggravated form, and perhaps
Use lIELILBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for all Affections
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Blood—Blood—Blood. Helmbold's Efferly Concentra
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pipe and other Mucus Surfaces, making its appearance in
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rifies the Blood, and removes all Scaly EruptionS of the
Skin, giving to the Coinplexiona Clear and Healthy Color.
It being prepared expressly for this class of 'complaints,
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extent than any other preparationof Sarsaparila.
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and as an injection ih diseases of the Urinary Organs,
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See Professor DEWEE'S valuable works on the Practice of
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PHYSICS,. Philadelphia. See remarks' made by Dr.
EPHRAIM MoDOWELL, a celebrated Physician add mem•
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Transactions of the King's and Queen's Journal, See
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Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons. The 'most in
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illoxnas, April 25th, 1864
The 'Senate met 3 o'clock. few peti
tions were presented but no bills read or re
RETURN OF A Bf.LL.
Mr. CLYIVIER offered the following
Resolved, (if the House concur,) That the
Governor be requested to return to the Senate,
Senate bill No. 162, entitled An act to incor
ate the Marshfield coal land company.. -
The resolution was twice read and adopted.
Mr. HOPKINS offered the, following:
W/Cereasi;TEV Senate by a :joint* reeolution
of the tenth of March, A. D. 1864, did appoint
a committee in trenjuliction with the nouse
of Representativee, - toO investigate certain al
leged frauds committed by military officers
in withhoklirig a large portionof the bounties
paid by the authorities of diversdoealities in
this State; - •
Aud whereas, The said committee ~made a
report on 'tho twentieth day o 0111 A. D.
1864, wherein amongst - other things they it&
plicate: .the character: of 001onel :Richard
White of the Fifty-fifth Pennsylvania volun
teers, as a soldier and an officer, which said
report was made without the said Richard
- White having:al:Leering before the Said com
mittee, notwithsteAdingiiis request that he
should be heard befo're the said committee,
or that he:might have an opportunity to de
fend'himself before the committee.;
And wherras; — Tustibe requires that every
man who is charged With an offence' should be
heard before he is condemned; therefore, be it
liesqlved; (if the Rouse of Representatives
conctir,)That the said report of the committee
be.and is hereby referred back, to the said coni
mittee,with instructions that they issue a sub
pcena to the said Ca Richard Wnite,to enable
him to appear befote them,andlliat the.print
ing of said report and all further action there
on be suspended until the said CoL Richard
White may have an opportunity to appear be
fore the said committee, or to furnish a state
ment in writing in answer to said charges;and
that the same be directed to be priniedin con
nection with the'danie.
The bill to enable State banks to' become
national institutions passed third reading and
laid over. " Adjoirned.
He rSE OF REPRESENTATIVLS
• 31oNnex April 25, 18641
EVENING SESSION. .
The House met at half-past seven o'clock.
BEIdOTAI OF THE CAPITAL
The bill for the - removal came lip again as
the special order - for the evening...;
Mr.. SMITH (Phester) stated that matters
before the committee had not been consum
mated, and he hoped thud the bill would be
postppned until Wednesday morning next,
and made the special order at that time.
On the , question, Will the House agree to
the motion; the.yeas and nays Were requiyed
by Mr. HOPKINS and Mr. BARGER, and
were as follow, viz: •
. YEAS—Messrs. Alexander, (Centre,) Alle
man, Balsbach, Beck, Bigham, Billingfelt,
Boileau, Bowman, (Lancaster,). Brown,
Burgwin, Cochran, (Erie,) Coleman, Dennis
ton, Ellis, Etnier, Gilbert, Glass, Guernsey,
Haslett, Henry, Herron, Hill, Hoover„HuSton,
Jackson, Kaiser, Kelley, Kerns, (Schuylkill,)
Kline, Koonce,Labar, Lee, Leng, M'Clelhua,
Marsh, Miller, Missimer, Musselman, Meyers,
Negley, Nors, O'Harra, Olmsted, Orwig, Pat
ton,Pershing, Potteiger, Price,Reed,Rice,Rid
dle, Schofield, Slack, Smith, (Chester,) Smith,
(Lancaster,) Spangler, Stanberger, Watson,
Weiser; Wells, White, Wimloy, Windle and
NAYS—Messrs. Barger, Benton. Bowman,
(Cumberland,) Cochran, (Philadelphia, )
Foster, Hakes, Hopkins, Josephs, Kerns,
(Philadelphia,) 31.11e.nus, Quigley, Rex,
Robinson; Sharpe, Smith, (Philadelphia, )
Sutphin and Walsh-17.
So the question was tletermined, iu the af
En-oliai,NizA.milw OF THE M:LMA
The bill.providinglor there-organization of
the militia came up . on; second reading, and
was variously amended.
Without concluding the bill, the House
[For the Telegraph
'Ninth Pennsylvania Cavalry.
This dashing and gallant regiment has re
turned home on furlong", having' re-enlisted
the first of January, ahnost unanimoui!y., In
the Department of the' Cumberland it won
bright laurels, and received honorable mention
in the official reports - of brigade and dizision
commanders. Few regiments have seen more
or harder service than the ' , Old Ninth." It
first distinguished itself ELt Perryville for cool
ness and. bravery. It chased John Morgan
through Kentuclty, and had many hand to
hand encounters with him, defeating him
against great odds. The engagements, in
which this regiment have participated are so
numerous that I append only the most import
The raid into, East Tennessee, from De;Cerla
ber 20, 1862, to January 10, 1863, through a
country infested with rebel troops and, guer
rilla bands, over the Cumberland Motuatains
in the dead of winter, was a most daring
movement, which was most - Successfrd, de
stroying bridges and'a railroad upon the upper
lEolston river, thus preienting Lee from rem
forcing Bragg before the battle of Stone river.
The raid was entirely successful; and was the
means of gracing Colonel*Carter's shoulder
with a "star.
March sth, 1862, it engagedlargely superior
forces of the enemy at Thompson's Station,
Tenn.,when the enemy being largely ,rein
force, it fell back in good order. It partici
pated in various ate:old upon Franklin and
Triune, by Van Dorn, Forrest and Armstrong.
Before Rosecrans' advance upon Tullahoma
the "9th" was assigned to, the First Cavalry
Division, commtnided'ihy Brig. , General R. B.
Mitchell, and participated most gallantly in
the engagements at Middleton and Rover. In
the charge on Shelby - ville June 27, 1863, dead
lug the advance, it particularly distinguis' hed
itself, using only the sabre..
'Previous to Cb4eltamange, it pushed a re,
conneissance, oy,er §Etn4. and-LookvAkmpgn
tains, toward Lafiyette, Georgia, charging
into Joe Johnston's infantry, when, in obedi
ence to orders from the division commander;
it fell back, and'took up its march for Chatta
nooga, participating in the memorable battle
of Chickamauga. • -
The pursuit of Wheeler upon his daring raid
after Chickamauga, in which it engaged and
routed the enemy several times, next dia
tinguished this regiment.
It was then ordered to East Tennessee,
which, after a fatiguing march over mountains
and rivers,it reached in December, 1863.
December 24th and 26th, it engaged the
enemy at Dandridge, where some brilliant and
dashing charges were made upon the rebel in
finity.- -In the engagement of the 24th De
cember, the enemy captiired a piece of artil
lery, when the 9th made a dishing charge and
recaptured the piece.
In the three engagements at Mossy Creek,
it again brilliantly took part, .recapturing one
piece of ,artillery captured by a charge of the
enemy. Its engagement at Fair Garden, more
particularly distinguished it for coolness and
bravery, than any previous engagements. This
action closed the series of cavalry engagements
in East Tennessee. The. Federal force was
less than 2;000, that of the enemy 8,000. Two
pieces artillery, - 800 small arms, and Gen.
Martin's battle flag were captured, with 200
prisoners, including 7 commissioned bificera,
three of whom were regimental commanders.
The battle flag of the 34th Indiana volunteers,
and a United States flag were also re-captured..
The enemy were completely routed and dia
persed, and thus ended the East Tennessde
campaign,'in which men and horses suffered
for want of rations and forage. Only the
most important engagementd have been men
tioned above, the regiment having been in
twenty-seven battles and thirteen skirmishes,
in all of which it exhibited those qualities
white make good soldiers.
January Ist., while in a cold and exhaust
ed country, the regiment re-enlisted, speaking
most eloquently for its patriotism and the
popularity of its commander, (Col. Thomas J.
Jordan.) The exigencies of the service were
such`that it would not be forloughed sooner,
'and now that it tan be spared; it has returned
to the " old Keystone"t b for a short respite,
when it will again return to the " tented
field," to win new laurels in the cause of
truth and human fredom, and the honor of
the good old Commonwealth.. Few regiments
have as good and efficient field officers as this
regiment, which is the secret of success.
We understand:that - Upon its return to the
'field, COL 7ordart will command` a brigadd,
which but few are more competent to do. In
'the severe engagement at Danbridge; Eadt
Tennessee, he commanded the brigade; an`d-
handled.it with greskanceess
ROMER 'EXPLOSION IN PIIII;ADELPHIA.
LOSS OF LIFE.
PRILADELPECIA April 25.
This morning, at 7 o'clock', n frightful
boiler explosion occurred at the gas - , fix
ture and chandelier manufactory of Messrs.
Cornelius & Baker, on Cherry street. SOTCn
or eight persons were killed, and seventeen
wounded. The cause of the explosion is not
Late E3medition on the Rappa-
The Navy Department has received a come
in - ardeation dated April 22d, from Commander
Fox, commanding the Potomac flotilla, in re
lation to the recent expedition up the Rappa
hannock. He says:
"Having learned from various sources that
the rebel Government had testablished a ferrY
at Circus Point, a few miles. below Tappahan
nock, on the Rappahannock river, and was
briskly engaged in collecting boats at the same
point on the river,for the purpose of attacking
the blockading vessels,. I proceeded thither
with a portion of the. flotilla on the 18th inst.;
where I remained until evening. I visited all
the Ferries from Circus Point to Windmill
Point, with the following result : Two terriei
were broken up, sevfin. large lighters, each
capable of carrying Ona,hundred Men, three
pontoon boats, twenty-tWo large skiffs and
canoes; two hundred-white oak beams and
knees lafge enough for the construction of a
ship-of-war, &c., twenty-two large boats— one
of which is capable -of carrying small arms !
and a large amount of bacon and wheat, &.c.,
which were brought off at Baler's Point,
on the south side of Rappahannock Land
ing. Our men were opposed by a force of
rebel cavalry, said to be five hundred, which
was kept at bay by the fire _of the Eureka.
In. Parott's Creek eight- seamen chased
six rebel cavalry. The rebels made an attack
on the Eureka on the afternoon of the 21st,
and were roundly ' thrashed. Commodore
Purken says he has it from reliable authority
that the rebels - have placed torpedoes in the
Rappahannock, and all the branches of the
Chesapeake. He speaks in high terms of the
Union Account of the Disaster.
BALTrmoRm, April 25.
The Associated Press' letter from Fortres
Monroe says that Captain Weatherbee, of the
23d Massachusetts regiment, just arrived froni
Roanoke Island, reports that General Wessel
surrendered to the enemy at Plymouth, on
Wednesday, after nearly four days' hard fight.:
ing. Our loss was 180 killed, and 2,500 cap-:,
tured. The reliels lost 1;500 killed. . • '
There are reports on the 'streets here 'this
morning, purporting to have been brought by
a sutler, that the colored troops at Plymouth
were murdered . after the surrender, but we
have not the means of verifying it.
From General Butler's Depirt-
FORTRESS MONROE, - April 23.
- The schooner_ Francis Hatch, from New
York -to Baltiinore, got aground on Cape
Charles, and lost part of her cargo. She was,
towed off this morning.
TheNilmington, North Carolina Jourruil
12th inst. says much activity prevails at the
Armory.aud Arsenal at Fayetteville, and they
haveadvertiscd for a large uttitiber of black
TheiWilroington Saving Bank has refused
to;pay any interest on depcisits , afterAPrillit.
Several ladies , arriftld att , ,FOitreas Monroe
this 332044g-fr9nillyiaoiith; Banton-combat
ants having left that place.
No later dates from Plymouth than were
PRICE TWO CENTS.
WASHINGTON, April 25
STEAM PRINTINGS 'OFFICE.
.ADVERTIMG MATat—DAILI - TELEGR_APEL
The following are the razes for advertising in the /XIS
ORAMEL Those having advertising to do will find it -
renien tfor reference, •
Zcy Four lines or less coristitcte one-half.sguare.
hoes r more than foot codatitute a square.
FOR A HAL)? RV/Ai. FOR ONE SQUARR.
One day... ....... ...$ 30 One day ..$ to
Two days_ ........ 50 Two days .. lio
Three days... . 75 Three days • 1 ...11
One week............ 1 25 One week 2 25
One month 3.00 One Month 6 tC
Two months 450 TWo months 9,00
Three months 550 Three months ...... 11 OC
Six months 800 Six montlaSii.—t. ;...15 0
One year 15 00 - One year . .. 25 CO
Administration - Notices... • 7 - $2 25
Funeral Notices each insetti
zer-Businmi notices II
before Marriages and
rted in the Local lgoltreigi, or
= EMT Clone mon Lon for
At'a meeting of the Union party of the
county of Berks, held. in-the city of Reading
on Saturday last, Levi B. Smith and Edward
Brooke were elected delegates, and Wm. BL
Baird and Col. "Win. Trexler alternates;to the
National Convention to convene - at Baltimore
on the 7th of June. They were unanimously
instructed to vote for the re-nomination..of
Messra. Geo. Merkle, Win. Moore; Z. _T.
Galt and Samuel Weitzel were chosen as del
egates to the State convention, with instrpc
tions to support no man as delegate at large
not known to be favorable to the re-elelection
of President Lincoln.
Sentence of a Murderer..
Lomunz. Mass., Aredl-24
Green,,the murderer, has just -been sen
tenced to be hanged.
NEW AD VERTISEMENT&
PHILADELPHIA CLOAK STORE.
1,000 CLOAKS from $7 00 to $25,00,
NEW CLOAK STORE,
D. W. GROSS) NEW BLOCK,
Steam Weekly to Liverpool.
moucautiG at QUEENSTOWN,: (Cork. Har
bor.) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool,
New York and Philadelphia - Stvvro hip Company, are in
tended to sail as follows: . .
ETNA, Saturday; April and every succeeding Sat
urday, at Noon, from Pier 44, North River. •
RATES OP PASSAGE,
PAYABLE - DT GOLD, ON ITS SQUIVALILIT LY OURRF-IGT,
FIRST CABLE $BO 00 STEERAGE s3o'oo
do. to London- 85 00 I do to London.— .. 34 09
do - to" ... 95 001 do to Paris 40 00
do to Hamburg .... 90 00 do to Hamburg.... 87- 00
Passengers also forward to Havre, Hremen,,Hotter
dam,: Ant*MP, &c., at equally low fates'
Fares from Liverpool or -
Queenstown:lSt Cabin, ~$75,
$B5, $105: Steerage, $35. Those who wish to send for
their.friendseaut buy lackettrberit at these rates.
For fru - therlafasuition apply at the Companies Offices
DAL 8, Agent, 15 Broadwiy, R. Y., or C. 0
EIIEHIEREIiiI4, Harrisburg. 1r23-dly .
FIRST IN FASHIONS,
CHEAPEST IN PRICES.
TT!subscriber has the pleasure to inform
ladies of Harrisburg and vicinity that she is now
opening at .
No. 13 Market street, between Second and
Front, at Boger's Old Stand, •
the most complete and fashionable stock of
FRENCII AND AMERICM MIL MERT
'every exhibited in this city. 'Having been long connected
with and conducted one of the most extensive houees in
this country, she flatters herself to enjoy advantages anti
facilities to carry on a first-class establishment not
by many, Having bought from manufadurers :arkfkim
porterg only, and intending to sell at small profile, she is
confident to establish a reputation not only for taste and
fashion, but also that of selling at the most reasonable
prices. In addition to a complete stock of Millinery, em
bracing Hats, Bonnets,. (made up in great 'Variety and
made to order at shortest notice,)
she offers everything pertaining to
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
such as HOOO Skirts, Corsets, hosiery,.-Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, Collars ' Cuff's; Belts; &c., &c.
ale A magnificent stock of Hair-nets and Heed-dresscs,
from 25 cents to $5 Oa
I most respectfully solicit a liberal patronage.
As Spring approaches
Axis and ROACHES
From their holes come out;
And 'RICE and RATS - ,
In spite if. CATS,
Gaily skip alout.
For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bea Bogs,
Mosquitos, Moths in pars ' 'Woolens, etc.;
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, etc.
"15 years establlsbed in N. Y. City)!
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Dimilv."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
zir Sold by all Druggists everywbefe:
sai-1 I I Bzwass I I 1 of all wortldes3 Imitations -
sir" Costar's" Depot, No. 483 Broadway, -
IKrSold by 1). W. GROSS kW., -
Wholesale and retail agents,
1,000 YARD S BLEACHED
MUSLIN, at 25 cents. 1,000 yards
BLEACHED MUSLK at 30 cents. 1,000 yards best, yard
wide, three yards. for one dollar. 5,000 yards UN
BLEACHED for 25 cents up. 500 dozen best 200-yard
Spools, white and colored, at 5 cts. apiece. Dress goods,
Alapacas, black and colored, Saxony woven goods, plain
all-wool Delaines, ebonies Poplins, Calicos, Gingbarns,
Flannels, Hoop Skirts, Bairn ' orals, Shawls, Cloaks, Circu
lars, Embroideries, and. Many other goods at tivo yer
cent. advance on jobbing prices. at -
BAOWNOLD , S CHEAP CORNER.,
Second and Market streets, opposite the JonesThinse.
aprl6-411w. . :
-10CIBILADELPEGA COLLEGIATE INST-1-
1. TOTE FOR YOU3s.IG LADIES, No. 1530. Arch
street Rev. CHARLES A. SMITH, D.
.D., E. CLARENCE
Ninth Year. Three departments: Prim, .Acadernic,
and Collegiate. Fail college course - in C`leikl, Mathe
matical, higher English . . and- Natural.Seienee ; for !those
who graduate. Modern I'Attignagn.s_• Muslo Painting and
Elocution by the best mitsteri.- , For. ellieutatti apply at
the Institute, or address ;611 P. 0., Philadelphia
Open Market for CattiliP•Rorses.
Ciaan.runstairmra , s orrice, t
HARIMIIona, Pada; April sth, 1864.. J
UNTIL forth:ex. orders, HORSES, fit for
Cavalry Begins, 'watt° purchased at this place' in
open market,. 'v i L
None will be receiverkupdeK:fiye, per over nisielr.eara
age. Must not bounder 15 bands in bc,gW• • :
For particulars 'apply . to R cRtICITN I 4O I ,
aiiry_dtf Capt. and-Asst'lttuaiieigutstel-.
FIMAVY SSIILi ci.
IUrOSES FLECK reslieattalyiarcietlit66rAti
the. Public that t9s_ilwel.to 011)11114.1mIstAt
HEAVY HAULING at reason Ale rates. mirses and carts(
tambited ay the dtiy , er sillee/rseL2Au :bi t ten gicardi e
Second Ward Hottelt, Corner .Or qtestniA and
streets, will be prankTit4.llltieiniedlo! 'mo'r24.4rfat
gAim! AAMSII,-= Dfic'hen s ace or.
Just cured. - Received and for sale at
SHISLER & FRAZER,
niar2B (Successors to W. Dock, Jr., k Co
MRS. AL MAYER,
No. 13 Market street