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WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1864.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.—AII Adver
tisements, Business Notices, Marriages,
Deaths, to secure insertion in the
TELEGRAPH, must invariably be accom
panied with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regular
Evening Edition are inserted in the Morn
ing Edition without extra charge.
MERE hundred thousand dollars worth of
watches and jewelry. See W. Forsyth &
Co.'s advertisement s in another column.
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
GALLEY SLANE-A. compositor on a news-
TEIE Union State Convention will assemble
in this city to-morrow. The duties of the
convention will be to lorm an electoral ticket
and appoint delegates to the National Union
Convention which meets in Baltimore on the
7th of June.
THERE was a; large attendance at market
this morning. Prices are gradually declining.
Butter sold at from thirty-five to fifty cents;
eggs fifteen to twenty °exits, Therevivea.;
a fine display of fresh fish, *lout at high figureS.
Me. LEwis ROBINSON, a drover of Carlisle,
was among the persons wounded by the ex
plosion at Eomelius & Baker's. chandelier
manufactory, in Philadelphia, on Monday ,
morning. A horse belonging to Mr. B. was
also so - seriously injured that he had to 'be
PERSONS going to Sanford's Opera House
will find it impossible to abtain an insurance
upon their vest buttons. Sanford also re
fuses to pay any damages that may result
from indulgence in a hearty laugh. Yet you
will be compelled to laugh, as there are a
great many rib-ticklers on the bill : for this
HOMICIDE IN KUM:ETTA. - An affray occurred
in Marietta, on Wednesday night, in which a
young man by the name of Geo. Wesselman
was mortally wounded. It seems that a quer-,
rel originated between two -soldiers about a
woman, upon which one,of them, named
Bishop, discharged a pistol at his opponent,
and missing him shot Wesselman, who hap
pened to'be passing along the street. Wes
adman was said to have been a very worthy
young man, and was to have been married
IT may be of interest to many of our read
ers to learn that soldiers who have served less
than two years, and have been discharged on
account of wounds, cannot receive a Govern
ment bounty, as no appropriation has yet
been made for the payment of the same.
Information to thi4 effect has• been re
ceived from the proper authorities at Wash
ington, by a gentleman in this city. It is,
therefore, useless for those who have served
less than two years to apply for bauntS';--uo
claim fluent. eau ovilleut it.
"Tam TRUE DEMOCRAT" is the title of a new
paper about to be issued in York, Pa., by an
association of the loyal men of that place.
The Democrat will be a loyal journal, advo
cating the suppression of the rebellion, and
will support the National and State Adminis
trations. It promises to be a thorough-going
tive Union paper, and will do a good, work in
the benighted copperhead region of York, by
enlightening the public in regard to the•great
issues at stake. The subscription price will
be two dollars per year. Address Hiram
Young, agent for the Democrat Association,
THE AsArr Hosprnms.—Duzing the past
week, 206 patients were admitted into the
Army Hospitals of this department ; 136 were
returned to duty, and 11 were discharged.
The number remaining is 2895, distributed as
follows : Pittsburg, 407; Convalescent, 285;
Camp Curtin, G 8; Chester, Pa., 51; Chambers
burg, 10; Summit House, 117; F,ort Mifflin,
13; McClellan, 280; Germantown, 280; Broad
and Prime, 51; York, 325; Christian st., 137;
Chestnut Hill, 439; South street, 125; Turn
er's Lane, 185; Islington Lane, 25; Satterlee,
581; Camac's Woods, 10; Sixty-fifth and Vine
NARROW ESCAPE. —We are doubtless indebted
to "Ashcroft's Low-Water Detector, for Plel
venting the Explosion of Steam'Boilers, "`for
the preservation of our office. On Monday
morning last, at a very early hour, the pump
- which supplies our boiler with water, failed
to perform its work, although it was suppOsed
to be furnishing the necessary quantity. The.
whistle suddenly gave notice of the deficiency
of water in the boiler, and warned us that an
immediate supply was necessary to prevent tisi
explosion. But for the alarm thus sounded,
great destruction of propeity might, and
would, doubtless, have occurred, as no one
was aware of the danger to which the office.
was exposed. The detector is so constructed
that when the water in the boiler is reduced
to a o,Oritiin point, the steam forces a passtie
through a pipe, melts a fusible plug, and
causes the whistle to sound au alarm. This
operation is performed in time to permit the
boiler to be supplied with water, or the fire
to be extinguished before an - explosion will
We take great pleasure in recomMending
Ashcroft's Detector to all persons who use
steam boilers in connection with their hurl!:
ness. Thousands of them are in use, and
they have never failed to perform all ;that fr ip
promised of them. Their use has ila*.e 6 l4.
great amount of property from destructiort.,--
They will be given to responsible' partieis 911
trial, and payment will not be required4if
they fail to act properly. See advertisem(gtt
in another column.
Ownzo to the crowded state of our columns
we are compelled to omit the report of Court
proceedings until to-morrow.
Suerir•E's SALES POSTPONED. —The sales of
the real estate of David Culver, Christian
Funk and J. Martin Weaver, advertised by
the sheriff to take place on Thursday last, were
postponed until to-morrow (Thursday) at one
o'clock, P. when they will take place at
the court house, in this city.
THE Capitol will remain in Harrisburg.—
The removal question was killed in the
House to-day The Coverly mansion will be
the residence of the Governor. The twenty
thousand dollars appropriated by the city
toward the purchase of said property is to be
refunded by the State, in the event of a re
moval of the Capitol at any future time.
It inducements are now offered by the
proprietor of els , Keystone Nursery, to all
persons who desire to purchase fruit or orna
mental trees, grape vines, or shrubbery, &c.,
to the advertisement of which special atten
tion is invited. Many persons are not aware
of the great advantage to be gained by pur
chasing their trees, &c., .at home. The varieties
offered.for sale at the Keystone Nursery are
certainty superior to those brought here by
hucksters from other places. In many instan
ces the latter have been so long out of the soil
as to render their growth improbable; besides,
lieu are not certain that you are getting the
kind and quality they are represented to be.
When you buy from Mr. Mish you= can rely
upon getting what you want, and should there
be a failure in this respect, you can have the
arti"olo4laced. ' Now - is time: to, pia*.
Go to the Keyitone Nuri3ery and select your
.supply of vigorous, healthy plants.
SWORD Pausrairerunf.---:l"esterday wo were
shown a cavalry sword, of which Captain H.
B. Waltman, of company E, Ninth Pennsyl
vania Cavalry, was, the recipient. The mem
bers of the 'comPaiLY eneeitainii'very . tikh re
gard for their gallant commander, and as a
token of their esteem, presented him with a
beautiful sword, which is richly mounted, and
of superior quality. The Captain prizes highly
this gift, which was very appropriate, andtrill
make good use of it when next he encounters
the enemies of his country. He is a brave of
ficer, and has participated in many hard-fought
battles. The Waltman, family is composed of
patriots. The subject of this notice is a brother
of Captain Jacob K. Waltman, former com
mander of the company, and well loiown to
Tmraz I—There is a capital treat in store
for those who go-to the theatYe to-night. The
manager, has consented to afford our citizens
another Opportunity of witnessing that great
thrilling drama, entitled PIZARRO, or THE
Dir.kru oa Ronk. This is a grand piece, and
one of the most intense interest and thrilling
effect. We would advise all who can go to
night to be on hand, as the entertainment is
unusually attractive. The concluding piece
for this evening is, My Neighbor's Wife. As
there are a great many strangers in town, we
would remind those intending to visit the
theatre this evening, that they should go to
Ban i nvart's Drug Store, and secure reserved
seats, in order to avoid any inconvenience
that mal-' ll2 - 0 .....icine4 bY a dam
Mart. LETTntos.—The bids for carrying the
mails (hiring the next four years were opened
by the Post-office Department, at Washington,
yesterday. Among the accepted bids are the
2328. From Harrisburg, by. Dauphin, Ellen
dale Forge, Elwood, Sylliman, Pine Grove
and Summit Station, to Auburn, 59 miles and
back, daily except Sunday, by railroad, and by a
schedule satisfactory to the Department.
Charles E. Smith, president of the' Schuylkill
and Su.squehanna railroad Company, $2,950.
2329, From Harrisburg,. by Progress, Lin
glestown, Manada Hill, West Hanover, East
Hanover and Ono,. to Jonestown, 27 `miles and
back, three-times a week.' John Shoop, $648.
2330. From Harrisburg, by Lisburn, .to
Lewisberry, 12 miles and back, once a week.
Herman Kirk, $94.
2331. From Halifax to Powl's Valley, 3
miles and back, six times a week. Daniel F.
2332. From Millersburg, by Elizabethville,
Short Mountain and Lykens, to ' Wiconisco,
16i miles and back, three times a week. Dan
iel Miller, $370, six.times a week.
2333. From Gratz, by Klingerstown, Rough
and Ready and Ilepler, Upper Mahantango,
17 miles and' back, once, a week. Peter W.
2335. From Orwigsburg, by M'Keansburg
and Kepnerville, to West Penn, 14 miles and
back, once a week. Francis Stokes, $165.
2336. From Schuylkill Haven, by Cresson,
to Tremont, 16 miles and back, six times a
week. Daniel Boyer, $494.
2337. From Pottsville, by Port Carbon, Sil
ver Creek, Middleport, Tuscarora, - Tamaqua
and Summit Hill, to Manch Chunk, 34 miles
and back, six times a week. Daniel Boyer,
2338. From Pottsville, by Minersville, Le
wellyn, Branch Dale, Swatara and Tremont,
to Donaldson, 15 miles. and back, twelve times
a week to Minersville, and six times a week
residue. Thomas J. Weaver, $3OO.
2339. From Pottsville, by Broad Mountain
and Ashland; to 'Mount. Carmel; 20 miles and
back, six times a week. Thomas Doman,
2310. From Ashland; by Rhoddstown and
Roaring creek to Catawissa, 16 miles and
back, three times a week. Thomas Doman,
2341. From . Tremont, by Bear Mont, to
Wiconisco, 18 miles and back, three times a
week. Nathaniel Row, $295.
2342.. From Tremont, by . Donaldson, Re
gius, Lower Mabantango, Sacramento, Gratz,
Berrysburg, Curtin and Killinger, to Millers
burg, 33 miles and back, once a week to Gratz,
and six times a week the residue. William
2343. From Pine - Grove, by Sylliman and
Friedensburg, to Schuylkill Haven, 14 miles
and back, once a week. Wm. Marshall, $lBO.
2344. From West Penn, by New Mahoning
and Homsville, to Lehighton, 15 miles and
back, once a week. - Nathan !dosser, $ll2.
2345. Prom Barnesville to Mahanoy city, 6
miles and back, six times a week. Charles F 4
Smith, president Philadelphia and Reading
2348. From Sunbury, by Kline's Grove and
Rushtown, to Danville, 15 miles and back,
once a week. George C. Welker, $147.
2349. From Sunbury to Augusta, B miles
and back, twice a week.
~-Jacob R. Clark, $7O.
2350. From Hertidon, by Mahanoy, Re
buck's, Greenbrier, Line Mountain, Upper
mahautango, and 13arry, to Minersville, 43
miles and back, twieka week. Thomas Dor
; nan, $593.
ACCEDENT. —Last night a boy eked gategn
years and named James McManus, employed
in the bindery of the State printing office, had
the fore finger of his left hand cut off by the
paper-cutting machine. Dr. Dock was called
upon and attended to the injured hand.
PUBLIC [SALE. OF TnEs, &c.—The large
'sale of fruit and ornamental trees, &c., that
was to have taken place this morning, is post
poned until to-morrow morning at nine
o'clock. The trees are now here, in good
condition, and will be sold at the lower mar
kat. house in this city, commencing at.the above
named hour, and continuing until the entire
stock is sold.
Everything is guaranteed to be true to
label. S. EL PURPLE,
Exammonn &Ax s, Auctioneers.
POLICE Au'rAms—Before .the Mayor. —John
Jones, for using steelyards after being ndtifi ed
of their illegality, (thus violating the city ordi
nances,) was fined five dollars and costs. A
quarter of mutton. belonging to John was con
fiscated on account of light weight.
Lydia Smith and Emma Smith, females of
doubtful character, were arrested for disor
derly conduct at the depot. The Mayor kindly
furnished them with a ticket.of admission to
the county prison, where they will remain
John lioNamara and Thomas Riley, (sol
diers) were arrested for drunkenness and dis
orderly cOnduct. One of them was fined, and
the other, for want'of funda, was committed.
Alfred Seers and George Liebhart, sol
diers, for drunkenness, &c., were handed over
to' the military authorities.
Fon the benefit of those who do not find
Copperhead in the dietiOnary, we give the
O pposition to the war.
P eace on any terms. '
E nmity to the Union.
R ecognition of the "C. S. A."
H aired to the Government.
E arneat sympathy with traitors.
GREAT BARGAINS IN JEWELRY
F 0 R sir T & C 0
42 AND 44 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORX.
(Adjoining the Post Officed
Offer for sale the foll Owing inagnifbnint list of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY, &C.,
' VALUED AT, 6300,000.
EACH ARTICLE ONE DOLLAR, AND NOT TO BE
PAID FOR UNTIL. YOU lair° If WHAT
YOU ARE 2'O GET.
160 Gold and Silver Watches.. $l6 00 to $lOO 00 each
200 Ladies' Gold Watches 35 00 each
600 Ladies' & Gents' Silver d 16 00 each
6,000 Ladles' Gold Pencils...... :4.00 to 600 each
5.000 Gold-tend Bracelets...... 300 to 10 00 each
10,000 Lockets, Chains and Rings. 2 50 to 800 each"
6,000 Cameo; Mosaic and Jet
Brooches 400 to 600 each
6,000 Coral and Florentine Ear
400 to • 800 each
10,000 Gents' Breast Pins ' . 260 to 8 00 sack
15,000 , Sleeve Buttons ; and Bosom
Studs '2 '6O to 0 00 esai
10000 Sets Ladies , Jewelry 600 to 10 00 each
6..000 Lava and Florentine Sets.. 400 to 600 each
10000 Gold Pens, Silver-mounted
Holders... . 400 to 500 each
5,000 Gold Pens with Silver Ex
• tension Cases and Pen
cils 4 00 to 6 00 each
The articles.in this stook of Jewelil are of the neatest
and mid fashionable styles Certificate; of all toe va
rious articles are put in sealed envelopes and mixed, thus
giving all a fair chance, and sent by mail, for 25 cents
each; and on the receipt of the certificate, it is at your
option to send OAa Doman and take the article named in
it. or not. Five certificates for $1; eleven for $2; thirty
for $5; sixty Tor $10; one hundred for $l5. Certificate
money to be enclosed with order. Correspondence
AGENTS WANTED In every town and regiment. Send
or a circular. Address W. FORSYTH A; CO.,
42 mid 44 Nassau street, New York.
AJOINT RESOIXTION proposing certain
amendments to the Constitution.
Be it resolved by the Senate and Howe of Representatives
of the Conunrmwnsla of Pennsylvania in General Assem
bly met, That the following amendments be proposed to
the Constitution of the Commonwealth, iu accordance
with the provisions of the tenth articidithereof:
There shall be an additional Section to the third - article
of the Constitution, to be designated as section four, as
• • „" -
"Samos 4, iitlieneierany of the qualified electors of
tins Copimonwealth shall be in any actual military ,ser
vicii Under a requisition from the President of the United
States, or by the authority of this Commonwealth, such
electors may exercise the right of suffrage in all elections
by the citizens, under such regulations as are, or shall be
prescribed by law, as fully as if they were present at
their usualplace of election." , .
Secnox 2., There shall bo two additional sections to the
eleventh article of the Constitution, to be designated as
sections eight and nine, as follows: -
"SECTION 8. No bill shall be paesed by the . Legislature,
containing more than ono subject, which shall be clearly
expressed in the title, except appropriation bills."
"Sserros 9. No bill shall be passed by the Legislature
granting any powers, or privileges, in any COS% whore the
authority to grant such powers, or privilege's, has been,
or may hereafter be, conferred upon the courts of this
HENRY C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of the House of . Representahves.
JOHN P. PENNEY,
Speaker V the Senate.
OPPIOE OF dna SPORICTARY OP TIM CONNONWRALTII,
Hanmantura,April 25, 1864.
I do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true
and correct copy of the original Joint Resolution
of the' General Alsembly, entitled A Joint
Resolution proposing certain Amendments to
the Constitution," as the same remains on file in
Ix TESTIMONY whereof, I have hereunto set my
[L. s.) hand and caused the seal of the' Secretary's of•
flee to be affixed, the daYand year above written.
Secretary ef the ComstoniefeaSk
The above resolution having been agreed to by a ma
jority of the members rf each House, at two successive
sessions of the General Assembly of this Commonwealth,.
the proposed amendments will be submitted to the peo
ple, for their adoption or rejection, on the FIRST TOZSDAT
or :Annus; in the year of our Lord one lhonstuth eight
hundred and six Ly.four, in accordance with the tenth arti-
cle of the Constitution, and the act, entitled "An Act pre
scribing the time and manner of submitting to the people,
for their approval and ratification or rejection, the pro
posed amendments to the Constitution," approved the
twenty-third day of April, one thousond eight hundred
and sixty.f,ur. ELI SLIEER L .
ap27 Secretary of the Commontbeatta.
PLUMBING AND GAS PITTING.
THE undersigned would respectfully in
form his friends and the public generally, that he has
associated with him a Practical Plumber, and is DOW
prepared to do PLUMBING in all its various branches,
such as Hydrants, Bath Tubs, Water.. Closets, Stationary
Wash Basins, kc. Galvanized Iron, Copper Planished,'
Load and Iron Bath Tubs, Plain and Fancy Wash Basins,
Water Closets, Traps, Brass and Plated Cocks, and all de
scriptions of Plumber's materials and gas fixtures kept
constantly on nand. and furnished at the lowest city
pricea. GEO. A. OGLESBY, No. 25 South Second St.,
ap26-cllw Harrisburg. Pa.
C 14 0 A. liE IS 'l' 0 It F. f
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BLOCK,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS,
FINE SPRING SHAWLS.
Will open on ilia let of April
T OTS for sale on the corner of Third arid
ju 'Broad streets. Enquirair WM. C. If °FADDEN:
NOTICE is hereby given-that the follow
ing persons have filed petitions to the Court of
Quarter Sessions of Dauphin county for Tavern Licenses;
and that the same will be presented to the said Court on
the 11th day of May. Utak as required by law:
Richard Hogan, .
ii First ward, Harrisburg.
Jacob Brenneman, " ' _ .
David Smith, u 4‘
Christian E. Jauss, " 44
Ann M. Erb,
Louis Koenig, . u
John feller, •" ' `-
W.-G. Thompson, Second ward "... _ ~.
' Thomas Nictiolsbn, - '' "
B. G. Peters, "
Benjamin Buck, '4
J. G. Herr, •4 45
James Raymond, u
Daniel Wagner, 44 tit
John M'Grannagen, " .
F. C. A. Scheirer, 44
L. P. Yerkinson 44 4
Charles ELlhum, ' " ' . "
John H. limit, Third ward, " '
George J. Bolton, " u
Robert Vaughn, " "
W. G. Thompson, " u
David H. Hutchison, ".. "
Joseph W. Stone, 4 ' ' ' ' "
William Rauch, X It '
Ootlieb Swilkey, " • 44
Samuel R. Dunlap, " u
John P. Milker,. " u
Edwin Mager, •
4, it •
Heckel & Smith, " u
Ebenezer Lundy, " 41.
James Davis, "
James W. Morgan, Fourth ward, "
ta' zants Bernhard, • " "
Wm. P. Hughes,
Wm. Umberger, 44 It •
Owen M'Cabe, ~ u ,
AL F. Brenn'er; ii, ; u
Peter Gerin 4 ' "
Jolin Thinly, ' " ".
Timothy M'Coy; Fifth ward, ' " ' • .
John Shultz, 44 " - '
Patrick Malony, " U
John A. Gramm, " 44
J. L. Dick, Sixth ward, "
Philip Crouse, " ii
Robert Elliott, " "
John Stemler,• . 44 . . ti' • .4
Alekander M'Cllnti.lck, " '"
William Mocherman, " r‘
Vincent Orsinger, " .4; '
Weston Bailey, .
J.M. Weaver, • " " •
Henry Bostegan, " u
Patrick is.sur,•: , . ' " "
Jacob Pouts, " 44
William B. Bohl, " IC
Valentine Dolson, North ward, Middletowa.
Frederick Korrper, '4 u
Raymond & Kendig, Middle ward, "
Christian Neff, ICu .
David Osborne, South Ward, "
James Hippie, 54 44
Elijah S. Embich, 4 4 "
Charles Steiner, ' 4
Adam Earnest, " 4 '
George Yeager. Millersburg.
Benjamin Bordner, Berrysburg.
F. A: Showers & Co., Susquehanna township.
M. G. Shreiner, u
Jacob Halbach, 4, "
John Pyrer, Ic
Jacob Livingston, u "•
Charlotte Wolf, Highspire.
Susan Lehman, ." • .. - •
Arai** T. Green, " '
• Samuel Neibling, "
John Eby Swatara township. '
Samuel IVhitmoyer, Swatant tOWSIShip. .
Elijah Etalsbach, Lower Swatara "
John Snyder, Conewago township.
John H . Shell, Hummelstown.
David H. Baum 44
Peter Swanger, Derry township.
Martin Homier, ' o ,
Henry Gross , Londonderry township. ' '
Isaac W. Kelelmer,• " "
John S. Stoner, East Hanover"
Adam Gerberich, " " 4 ,
John Buck, West HanoVer "
George Hecker, Union.Deposlt.
Samuel Specs°, Dauphin.
Catharine S. Steese, 4'
C. H. Rhoads,
Jacob Gayman, . 44 . . .
John Marsh, Halifax. ' . -
John ByrOde, "
Louisa Wright, "
William Warner, Reed township.
"'amine! Stick, Upper Purim township.
Samuel Bower, Middle Paxton tovnnittip.
John UmtiOrger, " ,r '' "
Charles Freeland, ' " "
Benjamin Giaiey, Lower Paxton toivrishii
Elijah W. Ammon, 44 4, rr
John Miller, Fisherville.
Eila3 Byerly, Uniontown. •-4 ,
Matilda Wingert,*Eitsabe Blyth '
e? ' - ' 4
Matthias Beller; Gritz.
Jacob Looker, "
Eilzsbeth4jain, Lykenstown. , ~. _
Daniel Bitterman, . 4,
Jacob P.Hoffnutti,•Wiconisco. _
Jacob TailmMi, Sr., 44
- . • J. C. YOUNG, Ciork.
Harrisburi, April I.34vltd3teod.
Spring of 1564.
A S the Spring season for :Venting Tr6es,
&e., is rapidly advancing to '1 • clack—except for
Evergreens and Potted Plants—the subscriber asks atten
tion to the stock he has on hand, for sale at prices suite
to the times.
Among them aro a well selected stock of the best
adapted to the wants of planters gegerally:
are of, good size and principally of well known varieties,
ripening from the earliest to the latest.
of most of the leading and tested varieties, of extra size
and vigor and including the Celebrated Griffith or Susque
Dwarf and Standard: The Bartlett, Sickle, Lawrence
and other varieties, are the best Standards ever offered
for sale In Harristuirg.. The Dwarfr:particularly Ductless
d'Angoulesse and Flemish Beauty, are fine.
Upwards-Of forty of the best varietiea, and not to be
excelled In size and vigor by any collection in the country.
Among them are . Triumph of... Cumberland, May Duke,
Black Tartanan, Cleveland, Rockport, Gov. Wood, Reme
Hortense andall the leading .Hearts t , Dukes,. Bigarraans
Good strong, well-rooted trees of good varieties.
Principally Hardy Native Varieties. A quantity of For
eign Varietitxt, . principally Black Hamburg, White Nice
and Muecat of Alexandria, in pots, will be ready for sale
in a few weeks. Among
Hardy Natives; which after
all, are the only reliable ones for - out-door culture, aro
Catawba, Isabella, Clinton, Oporto, Concord, Delaware,
Hartford Prolific, Rebecca, Louisa, Christie's Impitried
Isabella, Taylor's Bullitt, Cuyahoga, Early Northern Mus
cadine, California, Maxatawney, Eta
Red and White Dutch, Cherry Fertile de Paluau,
Black Naple &c, bearing plants Gooseberries: Hough
ton's Americati'Seedling; bearing plauta
extra-strong, bearing plants, by the dozen, hundred or
thousand, at low rates.
Spanish Chestnut, English Walnut, Black. Walnut,
White Walnut or Buttoning, Pecan Nut.
sometimes called Pie Pliui and now Largely oultivated as
the "Wine Many' o 4 best varieties.
and many other roots and plants.
Principally . Silver Maple, Norway Maple, , Catalapa,
Rosso Chestnut, English Ash, .Red Fringed. European 411-,
den, Magnolia, Acuninuda or Cucumber , Tree. .
A Hue assortment of Double Flowering Athreas, White
Fringe, Purple Fringe or lint Tree, liahonia, lgagnoliaa,
Pyres, Japonica, Tree• Bog, dge. •
Salaam Fir or Balm of Gilead, Norway Fir, Silver Fir,
Amerleadand other Arlior Vita &
of Trees, Vines ,-& c, in the-Lower Market Rouse, every.
Wednesday and Saturday morning during the planting
free of charge, at express offices, railroad depots„ orl
warding houssat and private,reiddenceclnthecity...,oki—
PackiiitTit , articles for shipment carefully none, at
ahargeabarilyinfliitteitt to crag expenses.
in the city or neighborhood attemied tO,land . „-*iien ,d.
sired, growth will be warranted or the ideate replaced wtlh
others or equal ; quality. ' • .JACOB
Blaslsayso 1864-d2w - , .
[ l, m l M - nY r
_ • prtons.ait •
.11: - %Ind, 8111sLER & FRAZER,
ace • Dincoaationt to Wm. Dock, Jr., e Ohl
BRIEN'S GREAT SllOlll
(Film Baltimoie and Washington)
MAY 3d AND 4th l
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, ,r. , 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: -
Mad. LOUISA. TOURNAIRE!
The daring French Equestrienne and Bare
back Itider, whose unrivalled perform
. - mines have thrilled the world.
Graceful and charming, will appear in single
or double acts of Equestrianism.
Mlle. LAVL'IL4 !
A Scenic Equestrienne and fascinating Dan-
JAMES REYNOLDS !
The People's Clown.
The great Performing and Trick Clown,
UMEtesticmably, as the most
say; the best Gymnast in the world.
The worldlrenowued pupil of Levi J. North
A wonderful Acrobat and Gymnast
The great Tumbler and Leaper.
Signor G. WAMBOLD !
As the Man of many forms.
WILLIAM H. GREEN!
The great Horse Tamer, Modern Hercules,
and Six Horse Rider.
In his graceful divertisement, known in the
French langUage as La Perche.
Whose name is well known in the profession,
will demonstrate his great BatouteEeaps.
As a Vaulter 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
nut least, the comically educated Mules, TOM
and JEItRY, from Acapulco,. Mexico, will be
exhibited, and made to demonstrate their
wondrous powers during the exhibition.
Price of Admission—To Boxes 25 cents
NO' HALF PRICE
ap22-tm4 General Business Agent.
GARDNER & HEMMINGS'
DAN GARDNER__ . ..31ANAGER.
This large and elegant Equestrian Company
will exhibit in
AT THE FOOT OF. MARKET STREET,
On Monday, Tuesday 'and Wednesday, May
3d, ad and 4th,
AFTERNOON" AND EVENING,
Each day. Doors open at 2 and 7P. 31. Per
formance to commence half an hour later.
Admission 25 cents
Reserved seats 50 cents
Among theiniany attractions of this Mam
moth Estabiishnient is a
GROUPE OF REAL ARABS,
1 , 1.V.k.. IN hTiDLBIIi
THREE, TyTALES AND TWO FEMALES.
Zara, The, Beautiful Arab Girl,
The only Female Contortionist in Ammiea,
The Wonderful Arabian Gymnast,
In conjunction with the' Arab Troupe, a
large Troupe of
E PEAN AND AMERICAN 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.
THE GRAND PROCESSION
will enter the city about 9 o'clock on the day
of exhibition, 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
IFRITZ HARTMAN'S PHILADELPHIA BRASS BAND;
and followed by the entire Cortege.
W. W. GARDNE.R, Agent.
DON'T FORGET THE DAYS AND DATES.
Will exhibit in
HammeleteAwn..."... ... „I:Saturday, April * 3O:
Carlisle ,Thuraday, May 5
BRANT'S HALL. BRANT'S HALL
Combination Aromatic Company_
Combination Dramatic Company ,
Combination Dramatic emptily.
etcon.Vi•S rGRNED FROM THE DOORS UNABLE TO
The,Great Protean Actressand Cantatrice
MISS FANNY DENHAM.
MISS FANNY DEBAR
MISS FANNY DEBBI.
THE DEATH OF ROLLA
MY 'NEIGHBOR'S WIFE.
MY NEIGHBOR'S MIFF'
nn- NEIGHBOR'S WIFE.
The whole company In the Mil.
Secure Seats and Como Early.
For particulars see small bills
THIRD StRELT, BELOW MARKET STREET,
REAR OF HERR'S HOTEL
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL , 27
FUN FOR THE MILLIONI
MR, AND MISS ANNA DORDIVELL,
EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK.
J. 11._11ORTINIER, •
The World Renowned Dancer
Mr. J. FRASER,
The Pleasing Balladist.
11E70 R,NCA..1 4 ( OUTDONE,
BIIRLEZQUE SCENES IN MAGIC.
YANNER DOODLE FAMILY
To conclude with the
Alai—SIDE 4 0 4 01VEJE lirri3El
SANFORD AND TROUPE.
Orchestra Seats can be procured in advance at Bann
vart's Drug Store.
Doors open at ex. Commence to 8.
Police always in attendance to preserve order.
Admittance 25 cents.
Orchestra chairs, 50 cents.
Private boxes, entire, $5 each; single seats., $1 each.
On Thursday evening the
CANTERBURY MUSIC HALL.
WALNUT ST., BELOW THIRD.
(PENT EVERY EVENTING,
'With a First-class Company, of
SINGERS, DANCERS, COMEDIANS, etc., ste.
, ama in Boxes ......... . . 2a "
Saw Mill Property
9 - lEEE subscriber offers at Private Sale, his
Saw afill Property, adjoining the Ca 3 Worts, be
tuee*the Pennsylvania Railroad and Canal. Fry terms
apply on the premises or to JNO. B. C•?\,
ap22 dler Front street, above Pine.
Another lot of those
CHEAP Km GLOVES,
only $l. per pair. A. LOCKMAN,
No. 15 Market Square, opposite the Han is
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES I
L. 11. KINNARD,
111 MARKET STREET,
HAS now in store a large and well selected
which he will offer at the
to cash buyers. Call and see something new
JOHN A. BIGLER & CO.,
MARKET STREET, ABOVE FOURTH,
(iirEsT TO. ADAMS ESPRESS OFFICE,
Warrants, Claims, Government Securities,_ Checks
Vouchers, &c., cashed. mar2Sitimm
Olt Awnings or Wagon Corers; Sze., of the
best quality, at one-hall the price it can be purchased
anywhere. Samples can be seen at KERELE'S Philadel
phia Shoe Store, opposite the Dauphin Deposits tank.
TO THE PUBLIC.
rpHE DIRECTORS OF THE POOR of Dau
_g_. phin county have TWENTY CHILDREN, from two
to twelve years of age, which thay are_denrons of inden
turing to proper parties. For further information apply
to the [apls-tfj DIRECTORS OF THE POOP..
65 Valuable Building Lots for Sale.
65 BUILDING LOTS are offered for sale
near the Round House and Pennsylvania
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 JOHN MILLER, JR., at tiro Penney Ivania Agri
cultural Works, corner of Spruce and North streets.
A SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL, for pu
-11 pits of both sexes, located six mites Vest of Car
lisle, on the Comb. Valley RR. Pupils admitted at any
time, and charged only from date of entrance. _
For circular call at W. Knoche's Music Room, 93 Mai
ket street, Harrisburg, or address
R HIINIINGTON sminitrus,
Flamed, Cumb. ca. I's.
lib THE PUBLIC.—SINGER'S Sewing Ma
chanines, Machine Silk, Linen Thread, Goitan
Machine Needles, Oil, Union Galloons, B Leig 'Thread,
Eyelets, Shoe Lacers and Stationery. Olflee, Front
above Market street, Harrisburg.
apll-d3w " G. B. WOODWARD, Agent.
- LI=NCH BEANS--A rare article, just re
ceived at EBIELFAt & FRAZER.
WA, (successes to Wm Dock, Jr • k- Co.
Schuylkill and Snßquehanna Itstilmnd
0171 Dis, 227 3 POODTH STHHET,
PHILADELPHIA, April 4th, 18134.
THE anginal meeting of the Stockholders)
this Company and as election for . President ama 31 -
Managers will take place at the Orrice of the GAnpany),
Monday, the 2d day of May next, at 12 o'clock, at
apd•titm2 . 14 . WEBS , S.ecretarY.
THE first of the season, lino large Burling
ton Herring, just received ad
j BEELER & FRAZER,
ap9 • pracceEtvrs to win. il,a k, jr.. & Co.)
ORANCIES! !—A) boxes in
lJ prime'erdriri,, Just released vitoltandCritosi,
SWIRLED & FRAZER.
fb2 successors to Wm. Deck, jr., & Co:
The Lion Banjoist.
Solo L 6130