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TLESDAY EVENING, APRIL . 26, 1861.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. All Adver
tisements, Bushiest Notices, Marriages,
Deaths, &C., to secure insertion in the
TELEGRAPH, must invariably be accura
pon'ed with the CASK.
tivertisentents ordered In the regular
Ere ming . Edition are inserted in the Morn
ing Edition without extra charge.
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
Loos out for the Polyorama of the war for
Om: city is again full of soldiers. Many of
them are veterans who have re-enlisted, and
are en route for home, on furlough.
"ON A Rocs."—A raft, from the upper re
gion, stranded on a rock, opposite State street,
last night. A rise in the water is necessary to
effect its removal.
• FIFTY-SEVEN applications for tavern license ,
from parties residing within the city limits,
have been filed with the Clerk of the Court,
and will be heard on the 11th of May.
THE FIRST OF THE SEASON —Last night we
were visited with a heavy shower of rain, ac
companied. by thunder and lightning—the
first since the opening of Spring. To-day is
CAPT. REICELENBACII, A. Q. M., at this post,
will receive proposals until noon on Saturday
next,.for furnishing coal and wood for the use
of the Government buildings and offices here;
also, for Camp Curtin.
PROPOSALS FOR BEEF. —Captain Brownwell
Granger advertises for proposals for supply
ing the subsistence department, at this post,
with fresh beef. Proposals will be received
until Monday next, at three o'clock ,
CORRESPONDENCE STOPPED.- may interest
those expecting letters from their friends
in the Potomac army, that no correspondence
will be allowed to leave said army for a pailod
of sixty days. General Grant has issued an
order to that effect.
AT Sanford's Opera House there will be a
fine programme presented this evening. There
was a great crowd at the Opera House last
night, to witness the funny saying and doings
of the great company of stars, who perform
there nightly. Go to-night, if you desire' to
enjoy a side-splitting entertainment.
TERSE has been a great rush to Mrs.
liather's Millinery establishment, on Second
street, above Locust, where an attractive dis
play of fashioi4e spring and summer goods
greets the eye oTpassers-by. Mrs. M. guaran
tees satisfaction to all, both in regard to qual
ity and prices. Go and examine the new stock;
before purchasing elsewhere.
A Goon SALE. —The Columbia Spy says
that some time ago the proprietor of the
"Continental," of Columbia, while opening
oysters, found in one of theta a white round
substance, which purported to be a "pearl of
great price." He sent it to Philadelphia and
had it inserted in an eagle's claw, and wore it
as a breast-pin until a few days ago, when he
sold it for fifty dollars.
Tai soldier who was killed-on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad, near Mifflin, on Sunday night e
was John W. Liddick, of the 9th Penn's: Cris-.
airy. He has a wife and three children 'ip
siding at New Buffalo, Perry county, to wirtch
place his remains were forwarded. Deep in
deed must be the sorrow of the family, whp,
while daily expecting the deceased at hoint,
were thus suddenly called upon - to mourn the
loss of a husband and father!
A REMATICA.BLE MILITARY COMPANY.--00111-
pally D, of the 47th Pennsylvania Regiment,
shows a most remarkable record, as regards
the relationships of a portion of the men.
There are four brothers and a cousin:: till
named Powell. There are five brothers, all
named Brady, three brothers named Baltzer,
three brothers named Krosier, and three
brothers named Harper, who are also broth
ors-in-law of the captain. There are two
brothers and a cousin named Shaffer, and a
father and two sons named Tag. Perhaps
the most singular circumstance is the pre
sence of six pairs of brothers, named gay,
Charles, Reynolds, Vance, Anthony and Ver
tig; also two step-brothers named Baldwin
and Taylor. These men are all mainly from
Perry county, Pa. They are mainly of the
old Holland stock and lived within a circuit
of fifteen miles. They are' all re-enlisted
men but two or three.
Comme!—The circus is coming! It has
"hung its banners on the outer walls," also on
the outer fences, barns, gates, &c. Go where
you will, you are encountered by gorgeomi
representations of horses in serial flights,
bearing gaudily-robed men in attitudes equally
striking and impossible. "Athletes" support
several men, besides a family of small child
ren, upon their heads with a degree of ease and
grace seen nowhere else than in a circus bill.
India-rubber men 'in exaggerated postures
fill up the corners and other. odd spaces on
the bill. The "Old Clown," as the boys call
him, is allowed a special bill to himself, and is
presented in the 'attitude of warning the-ring
master to "feed my calves no more crackers'
or getting off some of his stale jokes, whibli
have been stereotyped 10, these many years.
One-half the representations made upon parkil
are never witnessed in the ring. Yet the.cir:,
cus will be patronized by all who cm make no
better use of their time, and by the maij.ivin .
can't afford to take a newspaper. He
take his - family to the "show." The circus <is .
a great institution, and its arrival will attract
Many of our country cousins to town. I
To GO Traonali.;—We learn that a regiment
colored soldiers will leave Pittsburg to-night,
and are expected to pass through here early
SPECIAL attention is invited to the adver
tisement ofda lot of excellent awnings, and can
vass, wagon covers, grain sacks, &c., for sale
at Kimball's shoe store, on Market street.
Now LS THE TIME TO PAINT HousEs.—Experi
ments have indicated that paint on surfaces
exposed to the sun will be much more durable
if applied in autumn or spring, than if put on
during hot weather. In cold weather it dries
slowly, forms a hard glassy coat, tough like
glass; while, if applied in warm weather, the
oil strikes into the wood, leaving the paint
so dry that it is rapidly beaten off by rains.
CANARY BIRDS are sometimes covered with
lice, which causes ill health and frequently
death. They can be effectually relived of
them by placing a clean white cloth over their
cage at night. In the morning it will be
covered with small red spots, so small as
hardly to be seen, except by the aid of a
glass ; these are the lice, a source of great
annoyance to birds.
POLICE. Awiras—Before the Mayon—Joseph
Levinn, a boy who hailed from the west, and
was "out of money," was arrested on a charge
of vagrancy and discharged.
John Parrow, drunk and3disorderly, was
sent out of the city.
Wm. Hagerty, Jacob Kephart, James W.
Kennedy and Henry Brightman, soldiers,
were handed over to the military authorities.
Ida Berry, a colored woman 'scanewhat:no
torious among the dark nymphs of the city,
was arrested for disorderly conduct, and sent
to. Fort Simmons for 30 days. - •
TICE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE. —Our readers will
rejoice to hear that they will be favored with
another opportunity.to witness that beautiful
yet thrilling drama, THE COLLEEN BAWN.
It is a play of rare excellence, and the man
ner in which it is placed upon the stage by
Rouse's Star Troupe, renders it doubly at
tractive. To-night, by special request, this
excellent play will be re-produced. Mr. Jen
nings will appear in his great favorite charac
ter of Danny Mann, and Mr. Rouse will per
sonate Miles Na Coppaleen. Miss Fanny Den
ham and Miss Nellie Sprague will appear in
favorite characters. That excellent song, "The,
Cruisikeen Lawn," will be sung ,by Father
Tom and others. The - beautifid` scene, the
Water Cave by Moonlight, will be presented
in all is splendor. This is probably the last
night of-The Ctilleen, Bathe. Therefore we ad
vise everybodyto go to the theati.e to-night.
CCSJET PROCEEDINGS. —The following list
comprises the cases placed upon the docket
up to'noon to-day:
COM. vs. Charlotte Ogleton; assault and
battery. Harris Brown, prosecutor. True
bilL Defendant pleads guilty, and submiW.
Com. vs. Daniel Reiger; assault and bat
tery. George Facklert, prosecutor. True
bill. Case tried. Jury out when our report
closed.., . •
Com. Vs.' mune; rescue, lee- Daniel Pottei
ger, prosecutor. True bill. Case tried. Jury
had not reported when our report closed.
Com. vs. William. Gilson; felonious assault.
Joseph Barger, prosecutor. Gilson is a sol
dier, and fired'several shots at Barger,. at the
;depot, some time ago. Trim bill. Defendant
pleads guilty and submits. '
Corn. vs. Jesse Windsor and Joanna Baily;
assault and battery. Washington Barr, prose
cutor. True bill. Case on trial.
Cora. vs. LMatilda Conrad; fornication and
bastardy. Daniel Potteiger, prosecutor. True
Com. vs. Zadoc M. IdOrgan; bigamy. Jacob
Lowrie, prosecutor. True bill.
Com. vs. Neal Glancy and. Patrick TirCon
nell; Riot, &c. Bernard Campbell, prosecu
tor. Trne, bill.
Cora. vs. Nancy Reed; keeping a disorderly
house. Mary Nislet, prosecutrix. True bill.
Com. vs. John Davis; false pretence. Fiin
nie Jones, proseontrix: Not a true bill; pros
ecutrix to pay costs.
Corn. vs. John 35.'Donald; larceny. Henry
Radebaugh, prosecutor. Ignored.
Corn. vs. John Burns; larceny. Henry
Radebaugh, prosecutor. Ignored,
Corn. vs. Rebecca Sellars; larceny. James
Mitchell, - prosecutor. Ignored.
Com. vs. GeorgeEicheler; assault. Alexan
der M'Callister, prosecutor. True bill.
Com. vs. Samuel Sailer; assault and battery.
Catharine Sailer, prosecutrix. True bill.
Coin. vs. Adam Rhoads; keeping a disor
derly house. David Fisburn, prosecutor.
Not a true bill. Prosecutor to pay costs.
REPORTED EXPRESSLY POE THE TELEGRA.PIL
TUESDAY, April 26, 1864
The Senate convened at 10i o'clock.
Mr. CONNELL presented a memorial for
and one against the proposed change in the
plan of inspection.
Mr. GRAHAM presented four large remon
strances against the repeal of the Pittsburg
and Connellsville charter.
The y Th'e general appropriation bill came up nn
third reading and was passed in committee of
the whole to the seventeenth section, except
restoring the pay of the Judges of Allegheny
county to the old standard.
HOUSE OF. REF'R-F4ENTA'IIYES
TUESDAY, April 26, 1864.
The House met at the usual hour, and spent
the whole morning session in the first reading
of bills on the private calendar.
Two lituconzn.—Two hundred years seems
a long time. How many changes in the world's
history have been recorded of oppression and
tyranny, with here and there a bright spot
upon the page of Christian progress, in bet
tering the condition of the human family.
Amidst the striking evidence of ingratitude in
man in his efforts to overthrow the nationality
of our glorious country, we find Mr. Allen,
through his industry and genius, providing
for the public advantage his superior silk fin
ished two hundred yards spool cotton, at the
low price of five cents. This, together with a
large stock of New, Bpring and Summer dry
goods at Corresponding - prices, can be ob
lained at the 6heaViatore of 0. L. Bowman,
No. 1, corner of Front and Itarket streets.
Cloaks Cloaks! Cloaks t
Large assortment of cloaks.
Cloaks at all prices.
Black silk sacks and cloaks.
Cloth for cloaks, all colors.
Hoop skirts at 75 0. to
Spring shawls from auction.
Splendid assortment of ginghams.
Dress goods, a very large lot from auction. •
Stockings for ladies; all prices.
Stockings at 25 eta. per pair, from auction.
Ihriliri3 bleached; the best in town for 25 cents.
Silkg from auction at low prices.
Black silks at all prices.
Received from New York auction, a very large assort
ment of goods, which we will sell at prices which cannot
fail to give satisfaction. S. LEWY.
The sudden changes of our climate are sources of Pr 4
BIONART 2 BRONCOILAL and ASTHMATIC AFFECTIONS. Expe
rience having proved that simple remedies often act
speedily when taken in the earfystages of the disease , re
course should at once be had to "Brown's Bronaial
Drachm." or Lozenges, let the Cold, Cough pr Irritation
of the Throat be ever so slight, as by this precaution a
nacre serious attack may be effectually warded o 5 PQ
LIC NPEAKERS and SINGERS will find them effectual for
clearing and strengthening the voice. Soldiers should
have them, as they can be carried in the pocket and taken
as 000581011 requires. zner29-dawlni
rrHE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
OB 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, Arc., supplying at
the same time Talc Maw OF SELF-Cuss. By ono who
has cured himself after undergoing considerable quackery.
By inclosing a post paid addressed envelope, single
copies may be bad of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.
feb3-3mdAcw Bedford, Kings Co., N. Y.
APHYSIOLOGICAL view of MARRIAGE,
containing nearly 300 pages, and 130 tine plates and
Engravings of the Anatomy of the Sexual Organs in a
state of Hearth and Disease, with a Treatise on Self
Abuse, its Deplorable Consequence upon the Mind and-
Body, with the Author's Plan of Treatment—the only
rational and successful m9de of cure, as shown by the re
.. rt of cases treated. A truthful adviser to the married,
and those contemplating marriage, who entertain doubts
of their physical condition. Sent free of postage to any
address, on receipt of 25 cents, in stamps or postal cur
rency, by addressing Dr. LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane
Albany, N. Y. • marl-daw3m
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal de
mandLis made from the choicest materials, is mild
and emoptent in its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin.
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, &v., 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 3 whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist every where.
Read the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen:
Hamursurraa, Feb. Bth, 1861;
C. A. BA veer---Dear Sir: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches '
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, moat effectuallY.
Yours truly, T. H. ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
I agiee with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Balinvaxt's Troches.
W. O. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Church:
To C. A. Ruorviarr—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 expeeto
rant, and that want has peen 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, &c.,
JNO. WALKER JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
To (1 A. Parixv.tirr—Dear Sir: Having used
your Troches, I am free to say they are
the best I have ever tried and take great
pleasure in recommending them to all persons
afflicted with sore throat or huskiness of
voice arising from public speaking or singing.
Yours, &c., G. G. RAKESTRAW,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
To O. A. Bezatvmvr—.Dear Sir : -have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthening the
muscles of the throat They impart clearness
to the voice, and are certainly of great bene
fit to all public speakers. A. J. HERR
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 tram
acted by mail, by addressing . = :
EUGENE SNYDER, Atterney-at.Law
delT-dly ' • ' Third street, Ilimisburg,.Pa.
Mrs. Ball's Remedies.
I take this method of cheerfully thanking the public
for past favors, and still-solicit their kind attention to my
medicines. To tell of all the wonderful cures I hare 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 20yeara My Dyientery Drop; In
fant cordial and Cough Drops have been well tried. I
need say nothing in their favor. I have constantly On
hand thate Medicines and Salves. MRS. L BALL,
marl 6 No. 27 South Pine street, Harrisburg, Pa.
HAIR DYE 2 HAIR DYE 2 2
Batehelor's Celebrated Hair Dye
IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
The only Harmless, True and BAliable Dye Swum.
This splendid Hair Dye is perfebt--changes Red,. Rusty
or Gray Hair instantly to a Glossy Black or Natural Brown
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 ill effects of
bad Dyes. The genuine is signed WILLIAII A. BATCH
ELOR. All others are mere imitations, and should be
avoided. Sold by all Druggists, &a Factory—fa BAR
CLAY ST, N. Y.
111110EEL0103 saw TOILET OREAX FOE DRESHINO MI RAM
NO. 4 JONES , ROW.'
111 HE UNDERSIGNED respectfully informs
.1. the public that he has purchased the
Late the property of T. J. BIIMETT, deceased, and that
he will continue the business at the old stand, where be
will constantly keep on hand a general assortment of
lIAT S I CAPS, &c.,
OF THE LATEST STYLES •
which will be sold at reasonable rates
A liberal share of patronage is respectfully solicited.
mar2B-d2m H. IL LONG.
Lykens Valley Coal Company.
NOTICE. The annual meeting of .the
Stockholders of the. Lykena Valley Coal Company
will be held at the office of Edward Gratz, Esq., No. 4
•South Seventh street, Philadelphia, on Monday, the 2 , 4
day of May next, at 12 o'clock, for the election of Sell
Directors to serve for the wishing year.
GEO. R. HOFFMAN.
ag-dim Wed L. V. C. es.
WILL SELL CHEAP,
A NEW- three-story DIVELLINti; with .
lac L. stole in it, doing a good business, and can be imp;
converted into a Public House, itdesired. -
$6,00&. ,Auquire ut . THIS OFFICE. ap9-d2weod*
Coughs and Colds.
Husnisalmk, Jan., 1864.
DISTE/CT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE,
HARRISBIJRO, Feb. 29, 1864.
HAT AND CAP STORE
NEW . ADVERTISEMENTS.
Dr. J. P. KELLER'S
A3IERICAN TOOTH WASH!
THESE elegant preparations combine the
most desirable cleansing and astringent qualities.
They render the Gums hard and healthy; neutralize the
acid secretions of the mouth, (thereby removing the
prime cause of decay) By their detersive properties they
preserve the natural color of the Teeth, without in the
least degree injuring the enamel, while they impart to
the breath a fragrance peculiarly aromatic and pleasant.—
In fact they are THE BEST ARTICLES in use for the pur
poses named, as a fair trial will fully demonstrate, and
as has been abundantly proved by their extensive sale iu
this community during the last 14 years; and which will
be readily testified to by many who Lave repeatedly
urged the Proprietor to still further extend tlibir sale and
usefulness. They are warranted to be free from those
destructive acids wh ch so frequently contaminate many
of the preparations of the present day. Prepared and sold
at the Dental Rooms of the Proprietor, corner of Second
and Walnut streets. JOHN P. SELLER,
• Surgeon Dentist.
For sale also by the principal Druggists of the city.
SCHEFEFEB. 9 S BOOKSTORE
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
SOUTH SECOND STREET,
Two Doors Below Kelker's Hardware Store,
OPPOSITE THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
DR. B. M. GILDEA,
ESPEOTFIJLLY informs the citizens .of
1.11,0 Harrisburg and vicinity that he has removed his of
tine from Market streecto Third street, next door to the
Patriot and Union office, where , hells prepared to 'MOM
modate all who may desire his profemional services:.
aprl4 • .
Gass'. DISOOVIDLY I
Useful and Valuable
Is of more general practical Utility
than any invention now before the
public, It has been thoroughly tested
during the last two years by practical
men, and pronounced by all to be
SUPERIOR TO ANY
Applicable to all
1 Adhesive Preparations known.
HILTON'S larsoimma CEMSXT is a new
thing, and the result of years of
study; its combination is on
And under no circumstances or
change of temperature, will it be
come corrupt or omit any offensive
A new thing.
BOOT .AND SHOE
Manufacturers, using Machines, will
find It the best article known as
Cementing for the Channels, It works
without delay, Is not affected by any
change of temperature
Boot and Shoe Man
Will find it sufficiently adhesive for
their use, as has been proved. ,
If is Especially Adapted to Leatlur!,
And we claim as an especial merit,
that it sticks Patches to Boots and
hing. sufficiently strong without
Extant that is a sure thing for mend-
It is a liquid.
.. of Household use
•EhmoN'S INSOLUBLE Cabuncr
Is in a liquid form and as easily ap
plied as paste.
HILTON'S INSOLUBLE CEMENT
IS - insoluble in water or oil.
HILTON'S. INSOLUBLE Cam]en
Adheres oily sibstances.
Supplied in Family or Itanuituf
turer's Fackages from 2 ounces to 100
HILTON BROS. &
Providence, R.. L
LAING SE 3,IAGINNIS.
Agents in Philad:
SCHOMACKER & CO.'S PIANOS
T°°well known, in this city to need com
mendation. In use by
And many other distinguished citizens. The undersigned
offers these superb instruments at prices that cannot fall
to command public patronage.
N. R.—No OLD stock on hand.
Also, Sole Agent for the unrivalled
BRADBURY'S CELE ISRA.TED PIANOS.
Chickering's and several other of the very best makes.
None but perfect instruments sold.
Call and see largest stock out of great cities.
mar2B-tf S. WARD, Third street Music Store:
ALBRECHT, RIEKE'S & SCHAHDTIS.
SOLE AGENCY AT W. ICNOCrrFs,
93 Market street, Harrisburg.
FOR REASONS perfectly satisfactory to
MYSELF I have taken the agency of the above most
excellent Pianos. Thepublic Is Invited to come and. ex
amine for themselves.
A few Schomacker & Co's Pianos on hand yet will be
sold low. mar2s•tf
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
OFFICE OF THE
CoLAMM/ AVE PORT DEPOSIT R. R. Co.,
Cowan's, Pa., April Bth, 1864.
SEALED' PROPOSALS for the Gradation
Masonry of that portion of the
COLUMBIA AND PORT DEPOSIT RAILROAD
between Columbia and the head of the Old Maryland
Canal, a distance of 29 miles ; sections of one mile,)
will be received at the office in Front street,. below Locust s
until noon of the 25th hat . Plans and Profiles of the
work will there be exhibited for one week previous to
that date. C. S. KAUFFMAN, President.
L A. SHEAF!, Chief Engineer. apB-dia26
T7largest and cheapest variety of PHO
OGRAPH ALBUMS In the city are constantly kep.
at [marl2] BERGNER'S CHEAP BooKsrortz.
THE valuable property; corner of Second
and Fine streets, being fllty-two and a half feet on Se
cond and one hundred and sixty-eight feet on Pine street,
running back two hundred and ten feet to Barbafa alley,
there being space for four full building lots;and Et most de
sirable site for a Governor's Mansion or public building-
For particalarwenquire of Mrs. MURRAY, corner of Se
cond and. Pine3t rends. =TOM' -
Schuylkill 'and Susquehanna lia.ilroad
OFFICE, 227 a FOURTH STREET,
Partannu, April 4th, 1864 }.
THE annual meeting of the Stookholderso
this Company and-an election for President amdl
Managers will take place at the Office of the Company)i
Monday, the 2d day of May next, at 12 o'clock, K.
apB-dtm2 W. FL WEBB, Secretary.
BURLINGTON HERRING. '
TEfiE first of the season, fine large Burling-
Lon Bening, just nvoiced at
`I3KL9LER & FRAZER,
(siiccesioiT ti) Wm. ' Dock, Jr.. k, C o .) •
DIARILS I 1.
ANOTHER assortment of Pocket and pesk
Dlarieafor-lia. received and for sale cheap at
RAN GES I ORANGES 1:1-20 boxes in ,
prime brdee Jolt received whiolektle aneretall.
M 2 A (SUCC") SFS t 6 VI:I:1160r, Jr, r 4,49,
BRIEN'S GREAT SHOAY
(From Baltimore and Washington)
LOT ABOVE COTTON FACTORY,
WM - . MIDDLETON Treasurer
THOMAS KING Equestrian Director
A GRAND PROCESSION!
With a band of music, will be made at 10
o'clock, A, m., on the day of opening, con
sisting of the splendid Chariot "Sea Shell,"
drawn by twelve thoroughbred steeds of
The. Troupe is composed. of the following.
named skillful Artistes:
The daring. French Equestrienne and Bare
back Rider, whose unrivalled perform
ances have thrilled the world.
Graceful and charming,. will appear in single
or double acts oTEquesirianism.
Mlle. LAVINIA.? -
A Scenic Equestrienne and fascinating Dan-
Unquestionably, as the most profound critics
say, the best Gymnast in the world.
The world-renowned pupil of Levi J. North
LOUIS ZANFRETTA! ,+
A wonderful Acrobat and Gymnast.
The great Tumbler and Leaper.
Signor G. WAMBOLD !
As the Man of many forms.
WILLIAM H. GREEN!
It Is the only
The great Horse Tamer, Modern Hercules,
and Six Horse Rider.
In his graceful divertisement, known in the
French language as La Perche.
TOM KING !
Whose name is well known in the profession,
will demonstrate his great Batoute Leaps.
As a ITaidter and Single or Double
Act Equestrian, he has
The Horses are all thoroughbred, wonder
fully well trained. The beautiful Pony, SPI
DER, the pet of the children, is the smallest
equine animal in the world. The Trick
Horse, GREY EAGLE, and that beautifully
spotted Charger, CHAMPION, and last, but
not least, the comically educated Mules, TOM
and JERRY, from Acayulco, Mexico, will be
exhibited, and made to demonstrate their
wondrous powers during the exhibition.
Price of Admission—To Boxes 25 cents
NO HALF PRICE !
H. IL STEBBINS,
422-tm4 General Business Agent.
GARDNER & HEMMINGS'
This large and elegant Equestrian Company
will exhibit in
AT THE FOOT OF MARKET STREET,
On !Hanky, Tuesday and Wednesday, May
Rd, ad and 4th,
AFTERNOO2sT AND EVENING,
Each day. Doors open at 2 and 7P. M. Per
formance to commence half an hour later.
Admission - - • 25 cents
Reserved seats 50 cents
Among the many attractions of this Mam
moth Establishment is a
GROUPE OF REAL ARABS,
ratis IN NWIDEN,
THREE MALES AND TWO FEMALES.
Zara, The Beautiful Arab Girl,
The only Female Contortionist in America,
The Wonderful Arabian Gymnast,
In conjunction with the Arab Troupe, a
large Troupe of
PEAN AND DIERICAN ARTISTES,
wil ppear in every variety of Equestrian
and Gymnastic entertainment. -
THE - STUD OF HORSES AND PONIES
are the best trained collection in the world.
will enter the city about 9 o'clock on the day
of exhibitidh, headed by the
Magnificent Golden Chariot,
manufactured expressly for this season, at a
cost of $6,000, by Fielding Brothers, New
York. It will be drawn by a line of
FRITZ HARTMAN'S PHILADELPHIA BRASS BAND,
and followed by the entire Cortege.
W. W. GARDNER, Agent..
DON'T FORGET THE DAYS AND DATES.
Will exhibit` in
Hi inmeastown ...Saturday, April 30
Carlisle.. . . May 5
apio-tad . _
MAY 3d AND 4th,
Mad. LOUISA TOURNAME!
JAMES REYNOLDS !
The People's Clown.
JAMES WARD !
The great Performing and Trick Clown,
BRANT'S HALL. BRANT'S .HALL.
Combination Dramatic Company -
Combination Dramatic Company
Combination Dramatic Company
CROWDS TURNED FROM THE DOORS (WAHL
The Great Protean Actrosand Caltatrice
MISS FANNY DENHAM.
MISS FANNY DENHAM.
NESS FANNY DENHAM.
COLLEEN BAWN. COLLRFN BAWN
COLT,FEN SAWN. COLLEEN DAWN
COLLEEN DAWN. COLLEEN BAWN
The whole company in the MIL
&CUM Seats and Come Early.
For particulars see small bills.
THIRD STREET, BELOW MARKET STREET,
REAR OF HERR'S HOTEL.
TIIESDAI P EVENING, APRIL 2G.
FUN FOR THE MILLION !
MR; AND MISS ANNA DORDWELL,
EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK.
J. M. MORTIMER,
The Lion Banjoist.
The World Renowned Dancer.
Mr. J. FRASER, •
The Pleasing Balladist.
BURLESQUE SC&N'a'A' IN MAGIC.
YANKEE DOODLE FAWT,Y.
To conclude with the
ADZ -SHE COME ?
SANFORD AND TROUPE.
Orchestra Seats can be procured in advance at Bann.
van's Drug Store.
Doors open at 634. Commence yi to 8.
Police always in attendance to preserve order.
Admittance 25 cents,
Orchestra chairs, 50 cent&
Private boxes. entire, $5 each; single seats, $1 each.
On Thursday evening the
New National gall,
CORNER QF SECOND AND SOUTH STS.,
Open this evening under the management of
This evening benefit of Harry Clifton, when a host
of talent will appear. For particulars see programmes .
Admission, 25 cents. ap2sd2t*
WALNUT ST., BELOW THIRD.
J. 8UDD................................... Sate Lease
OPEN EVERY EVENING,
With a First-ciass Company of- --
SINGER', DANCERS, COMEDIANS, &c., Lc.
"eats in Boxes .........- 25 "
Saw Hill pi-opei-ty
AT PRIVATE QATV.
THE subscriber offers at Private Sale, his
Saw bid' Property, adjoining the Gas Works, be
tween the Pennsylvania Railroad and Canal. For terms
apply on the premises or to JNO. B. COX,
ap22. dlw Front Street., above Pam.
Another lot of those
CHEAP TUT) GLOVES,
only $1 Per pair. A. LOCHMAN,
No. 15 Market Square, opposite the Harriii
burg Bank. ap22-dlw*
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES
L. H. KIN ARID,
111 'MARKET STREET,
Aenow in store a large i-L11:1 .;cll Selected
AN - 13 CAI?,
which he will offer at the
to cash buyers. Call and see something new.
FOR Awnings or Wagon Covers, &e., of the
best quality, at one-half the price it can be purchased
anywhere. Samples can be seen at KEMBLE'S Philadel
phia Shoe Store, opposite the Dauphin Deposite Bank.
THE DIRECTORS OF THE POOR of Dau
phin county have TWENTY CHILDREN, from two
to twelve years of age, which-they are desirous of inden
turing to proper parties. For further information apply
to the [apls-tf] DIRECTORS OF THE POOR.
SEALED PROPOSALS for boarding the
permanent recruiting party and recruits of the 12th
U. S. Infantry, will be received at the rendezvous, No. 74
Market street, Harrisburg, until the 27th inst., when the
bids will be opened.
The board mug consist of three wholesome, substantial
meals a day. WM. SEROE,M,
ap23-dtd Capt 12th Inf , ty, Recruiting Officer.
Sale of Fruit Trees at Auction..
WILL be sold, at Auction, on Wednesday
next, April 26th, 1864, at the Narket, in this city,
a large lot of Fruit Trees, consisting of 500 large size
Apple Trees, of the choicest varieties: 500 fine Peach
Trees, best verities; Dwarf and Standard Pear, Cherries,
&c.; also, the finest, collection of small fruits. All these
Trees are from the Columbia Nursery. Sale to commence
at 534 o'clock, A. 3f., and continue until all are sold..
S. IL PURPLE.
ENS -RINGER Sr ADAMS, Auctioneers.
GS Valuable Building Lots for Sale.
65 BUILDING LOTS are offered foi , Shl3
near the Round House and Pennsylvania Rail
road Shops. These lots are very desirable for building.
purposes, as they are located on a good and dry SPot. A'''
good opportunity for persons wanting lots.
For any information concerning the above lots in
quire of JOUR KILLER. JR., at the Pennsylvania'Agti
cultu.nil Worhs, corner of Spruce and North street& ,
aplB-3taw3w* . . .
• .'..... .
ASELECT BOARDING SCHOOL, for pu
pils of both sexes, located six miles west of Car
lisle, on the Climb. Valley R. IL Pnpibi admitted at any
time, and charged only from date of entrance.
For circular call atlY. Knoche's Music Room, 93 Mar
ket street, Harrisburg, or address
K REMINGTON SAUNDERS,
Plainfield, Comb. co., Pm
TO THE PUBLIC—SINGER'S Sewing Ma
' chanines, Machine Silk, Linen Thread, Cotton, &c,
Machine Needles, Oil, Union Galloons, 11 Long Thread,
Eyelets; Shoe Lacers and Stationery. Office, Front
above Market street, Harrisburg.
apll43a, G. B. WOODWARD, Agent..
BENCH BEANS--A rave article, just re
.ceivaii at BELISLEa & , FIIIZEKtiI
feba (successors to - Wan: Beek, ..(E . air
O LADIES.—If yon -good Lette
Paper, Envelopes, Ink; Pons, or anything else in the
stationery line, you will do.well by; calling at _
BaIIEFFEWs BOOK„ 11
- • A Banish*.
NEW FEATCRES, NEW ACTS
TO TILE PUBLIC.