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FRIDAT EVENING, APRIL 29, }SR
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.—AII Adver
tisements, Business Notices, Marriages,
Deaths, &e., to secure insertion in the
TELEGRAPH, must invariably be accom
panied with the CASH..
Advertisements ordered in the regular
E,vening Edition are inserted in the Morn
ing Edition without extra charge.
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
ANOTHER SALE OF A FRESH LOT OE TREES.—
LOSMillger & Adams will sell to-morrow (Sat
urday) morning, at auction, at their market
stand, some five hundred apply trees of the
choicest varieties; five hundred peach trees of
the best varieties; also, a lot of dwarf and
standard fruit trees, shrubbery, &c. All
these trees are from the Columbia nursery,
and everything is guaranteed to be true to
label. Sale to commence at 5i ccleck, on
said morning. S. H.•PURPLE
ENsanNGxn & ADAM, Auctioneers.'
A SPLENDID bill at the theatre to-night
THE owner of the lost drab shawl, adver
tised yesterday, can hear of its whereabouts
by calling at this office.
EVERYBODY is going to Mr. Rouse's benefit
IF you are troubled with nervousness land
indigestion, take Kunk - el's Bitter Wine of
Iron. Advertisement in another column. 2t
AN old lady from the country had her pocket
picked of about twenty dollars, yesterday,
somewhere in Market street. Even the ladies
are not free from the pocket-picking fra
A Nuamna of large and handsome houses
are to be erected here this season. Already
are workmen engaged in demolishing old
structures and removing their remains from
the sites of the new buildings.
Wno will miss the splendid treat offered at
the theatre to-night? Not one who can Possi
bly be there.
Do not fail to visit Sanford's Opera House
to-night. A very laughable entertainment
may be expected, including a number of new
plays, which will be rendered in the most
Mssmnas of the Legislature, State officials,
and numerous prominent citizens have 'united
in tendering Mr. Rouse a complimentary hen
eflt. Mr. R. is in every respect worthy of
this token of respect. Let evelybOdy attend
Rain the list of names of those who ten
dered the complimentary benefit to Mr.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.—As SOrtle= Un
principled persons are offering - to - the public
base imitations of Kunkel's titter Wine of
Iron, purchase none but the genuine article,
manufactured solely by S. A. Kunkel & 13r0.,
118 Market street, Harrisburg. 2t*
Do not forget the complimentary benefit to
Mr. Rouse, at Brant's Rail, this evening. Go
and see the Roneytmon and the Bonnie Fish-
So mm of the farmers in certain sections are
already circulating a rumor that the fruit
buds have been destroyed by the unseason
able weather of this month. There may be
truth in the report—but we would adi%iSe the
public not to give it too much credit, likspre—
Ctncus.—The lovers of fun will have an op
portnnity of visiting Gardner & liereMings'
Great American Circus, at.this place, on,Dion
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, of next week,
afternoon and evening. Our citizens who
witnessed the performance of this troupe last
season spoke in terms of praise of it•; and we
are assured that the company has been in
creased and improved since` their - last ,visit.
Loot out for a great jam, io-night, at the
ACCIDENT. —A. painful accident occurred at
Marietta on Sunday week, - which resulted in
a raftman, named Abraham Dehaven, from
Clearfield county, losing a leg. He ..was in
the act of "snubbing" a raft, when he became
entangled in the rope, and his foot was ahnost
pulled off at the ankle joint. Amputqion of
the injured limb was successfully perfprmed:
The lunibermen contributed one. htinclred
and fifty dollars for the benefit of Dehaven,
who is a worthy and industrious man.
Do not fail to see the Honeymoon, at Brant's
!—Brien's great show and Tom King's
Excelsior Circus will visit our town on Tues
day and Wednesday next, and exhibit. in the
afternoon and evening. Aniong the peiform
ars are some of the best male and female
equestrians, acrobats and gymnasts in' 'the
country. All the little folks, far and near,
and a very large sprinkling of - the big 'ones,
will be present at the exhibition to witness
ihe fearless riding, and to hear the jokes of
FIRE. —The substantial brick dwelling of
Mr. Rudolph. Martin, one mile north of New
Cumberland, was totally destroyed by fire at
an early hour this morning. The citizens of
the above named -village promptly rePailed to
the scene, and rescued much of the fnirtiture
from the jaws of the devouring element,- and
saved a number of out-buildings frone•de:Struc
tion. The fire is supposed to have originated
from the sparks or rockets thrown on the roof
by one of the engines attached to a thiough
freight train going north over the No r kwrn
Central railroad, between four and &45 &eldek.
The conflagration was witnessed by a number
of citizens o Front street. ' 3
Tar: Bonny Fish Wife will appear at Brant's
Local. mutters are uncommonly dull. Per
haps the "Spring fever" has rendered our
citizens incapable of committing any deeds
worthy of a notice.
NOTICE TO THE PCBLIC.—The Market street
canal bridge will be re-plauked on Monday
next. The public are therefore notified, that
afaresaid bridge cannot be used on that day.
PERSONS writing to the 7th Pennsylvania
Cavalry should direct their letters to Columbia,
Tennessee, marked "Follow Regiment." The
regiment left that place for the front, a few
SALES of condemned government horses will
be held at various points in this State, com
mencing with Newport, Thursday, May sth.
Full particulars can be had by reference to
our advertising columns.
ATTENTION, Crrunu!—A special meeting of
the Citizen Engine and Hose Company will be
held this (Friday) evening, at 7,1 o'clock.
Every member is requested to be present, as
very important business will be acted on.
By order of the President.
WM. J. LAWRENCE, Sec'y.
Om How CoLn ! —Mr. George Dress will
open his Ice Cream Saloon to-morrow eveniiig.
Persons desiring to indulge in a dish of first
rate cream, will do well to give Mr. Dress a
call. He wishes it to be understood that he
will positively refuse admission to all impro
per characters. None but respectable persons
imp. SAUNDERS, of Greason Seminary, will
bei'.•AiiS4. Faioahe's:Music store:, in .this city,
to-mmow (Saturday) afternoon, between the
hours of two and four o'clock, where parties,
desiring to send children to the Seminary, can
see him. There are a few vacancies in both
departments of the institution, which is said
to possess superior advantages as a_ place of
ANOTHER DESTRUCTIVE FIRE.-- The large
flouring mill, saw-mill, still-house and hog
pens, belonging to Mr. Zechariah Loucks, sit
uated abont one mile north of York, Pennsyl
vania, near the line of the Northern Central
Railway, were destroyed by fire between two
and three o'clock this morning. A.large qu.an- .
tity of flour, grain, J., was destroyed. The
firemen of York turn - out en masse, and by
their prompt and tiro.* assistance the house
and extensive barn of Mr. Loucks were saved
COURT PROCEEDMOS. —The Grand Jury. con
cluded their labors, and were discharged yes
terday. A number of, persons against whom
true bills had been found, were tried.
John Trump, charge 4 with burglary, was
ound guilty. •
Patrick M'Xift; charged with selling liquor
on Sunday, was tried. Verdict, not guilty.
Annie Foster was found guilty of larceny.
Henry Engle plead guilty to the charge of
felonioue_assault and battery.
George Potter, charged with larceny, plead
Daniel Reigert was tried on two charges of
assault and 'battery. Verdict, - not - guilty,
adoc, M. Moi•gan plead guilty of the charge
of bigamy, and submitted.
COMMEND ART s.—Mayor Roumfor t, we under
stand, has addressed a note to the proprietors
of the various places of amusement in the
city, requesting them not to sell tickets of ad
mission, nor to admit free, children under
twelve years of age, to witness their perform
ances, unless accompanied by their parents.
This request we deem of sufficient import
ance to meet with a ready acquiescence on the
part of the managers, as such license is fre
quently made the excuse to parents by their
children for late hours, and enables them un
der shadovr of it, to wander through the streets
and associate with all sorts of company, to the
destruction of their morals individually, and
detrimental to the public generally.
Go to Bannvart's and secure your tickets
for Rouse's benefit, early, or you will not ob-
am a seat.
POLICE A-Before.—itefore. the Mayor. 7 There
was but little doing at the Mayor's office dur
ing the past twenty-four hours. In fact mat
ters were very dull there. The following are
the only cases we have to report:
Miles Carter, (colored,) cavalryman, a sup
posed deserter, was handed over to the mili
- Joseph Neetrieh —upon the stone charge—
as carter, expressed his determination to re
sign—was disposed of.in the same way.
N. W. Ash and F. Kenecht, soldiers, the
former was drunk and disorderly, the latter
supposed to be absent without leave, were
handed over to the Provost Marshal. •
Heinrich. Schmidt, vagrant, upon a hearing
n as dischaiged, with orders to `leave the city
MR. ROUSE - will appear 118 Jacques, the Mock
Duke, this evening.
Surocunco DmixEr.— A German, named Tony
Zerlaut, was , found; yesterday A. It., terribly
mangled at . Summit No. 1,, near Freeland's
Station, on the N. C. R. R. It is supposed
he fell from a freighttrain, while asleep, n o
one connected with the train knowing of his
presence on the bumper, as he was evidently
making his way home from Baltimore gratis.
He belonged to Glatfelter's Station, and
formerly worked on the road as a track hand.
The unfortunate man was literally cut in
two, his ribs, bones and heart protruding,
one arm cut off, and the hand of the other
I I arm severed at the wrist.
He leaves a wife and three or four children.
Zerlaut's remains were taken to York, yester
day, aninquest.held, and this morning sent
home to his familyin a neat coffin, furnished
at the expense of the N. C. R. R. company,
He had only one penny in money on his
Ma. RousE's benefit takes place this c7en
ing. Secure your seats early.
GLAND CompzimErrAnv BENEFIT.--A large
number of. our most premindnt citizens, and
numerous sojourners, including members of
the Legislature and others, as an evidence of
their high appreciation and personal regard
for W. A. Rouse, Esq., of the Star Combina
tion Company, have tendered that gentleman
a complimentary benefit. This evening has
been set apart for that purpose, and a grand
ill has been set apart for the occasion, con
sisting of Tobin's great play entitled THE
HONEYMOON, and the capital farce, The
Bonnie Fishwife, in each of which Mr. Rouse
will sustain a prominent character. This
enefit is doubly merited by Mr. Rouse,
inasmuch as he has proven himself to
be a gentleman in every sense of the
word, and sustains a private character
beyond reproach, and because he has fur
nished a series of entertainments that have
never been equalled here. Mr. Rouse is an
excellent comedian, with few superiors, and
has a large and efficient company, composed
of. ladies and gentlemen who have nobly sus
tained the various characters assigned them.
We trust our citizens will turn out en masse
this evening and witness the entertainment.
Go and patronize a company that is worthy
of your encouragement. Let every nook and
corner of the room be filled.
GRAND complimentary benefit to Mr. Rouse,
the gentlemanly manager of the theatre, to-
Complimentary Benefit to W.
A. Rouse, Esq. .
HAItIIISBURG, April 28th, 1864.
W. A. Rones, Esq. :
Dear Sir : Having had many opportunities
to become acquainted with the enterprise and
liberality with which you conduct your pro
fessional business, and. also having witnessed
the ability with which you sustain yourself as
an actor, we beg to be permitted to show you
our high appreciation of yourself personally
and professionally, by extending to you the
compliments of a benefit.
You Will please designate the time at which
a committee of your friends can secure the
benefit they think you so richly deserve.
Your early reply to this is respectfully re
John H Brant, S H Sieg,
R J Haldeman, A M Penton,
Wm V McGrath, D B Montgoinery,-
DZ S Quay, W H H Sieg,
W H Armstrong, J D Baker,
•A. 0: Mullin, Thos A M'Guire,
John F Spangler, P J Nichols,
A. Patton, W S Phillips,
G W .Wimley, S S Child,
Samuel Josephs, E G Herr,
R H Kerr,'3D S Burns,
A Hiestand Glatz, H
L Lamberton, J G Herr,
B Reilly S Coyle,
G W Stein, Josephus Shisler,
John B Beck, Christian S Frazer,
Nelson Weiser, Geo W Wayman,
Thos J Barger, W W Gibson,.
F M Hutchinson, Robert L linen*
J D Strawbridge, C 0 Zimmerman,
Wm G Thompson, A F Klapp,
C A Bannvart, R J Fosdick,
Chandler, Geo Nt llun;er,
Hiram Fertig, W Cliaiiman, Jr,
P H Schreyer, - 0-S Woodruff,
J B Masser, H F M'Reynolds,-
Geo L Schuler, T G Vogle,
Jno 11,0pdyke, Oliver Edwards,
W H Brown, D F Blessing,
J L Hammer, Geo W Crabb,
S T Kennedy, P-K Boyd,
A F M'Crone, Thas S M2Gowaxi,
Louis 'Brinninger. Bernard Campbell,
F B Stolzenbach, Samuel Maslen
Harms - num April 28, 1864.
To Hon. Was V. M'Gitxra, Hon. M. S. QUAY,
Hon. A. HIESTAND GLATZ, Hon. C. L. LAX
BERTON and others.
Gyms-arm I have the honor to acknowl
edge the receipt of your favor, dated this a.
M., tendering me a complimentary benefit
and.requesting me to designate the evening.
It is, gentlemen, with genuine feelings of
gratitude for this unsolicited consideration
that I accept your kindness, and would sug
gest that it take place on Friday evening,
With the most grateful remembrance of your
encouragement, and the kindly , feelings ex
tended 'tome by so ,many iivho were but a
short time since, strangers, I remain your
obedient servant, W. A. ROUSE.
REPOTHED EXPRESSLY FOR TES TELEGRAPH
Fames, April 29, 1864
The Senate met at 10 o'clock.
Mr. GLITZ (Corporations) reported, as
committed. House bill No. 1001 an act to in
corporate the Yellow Stone gold mining com
pany of Montana Territory.
The .resolution from the House, thanking,
in the name of the State, Generals. Reynolds
and Meade, was concurred in by the Senate,
by a unanimous vote. • • -
Mr. CONNELL read in place an'ilet relating
to Hamilton and Thirty-first streets, in the
Twenty-fourth ward of the city of Philadel
Also, a further Supplement to an act to es
tablish a Health office, tie , in Philadelphia.
The Clerk of the ouse inforMed the Sen
ate that the House of Representatives had
non-concurred in the Senate amendments to
the appropriation bill, and had appointed a
committee of conference.
On motion of Mr. CONNELL, the Senate
insisted on its amendments.
Senate bill No. 664, to enable State banks
to become National banks, passed finally
-20 yeas to 12 nays.
The amendments of the House to the
amendments of the Senate to the Revenue
bill were considered and, on motion of Mr•
CONNELL, concurred. in.
House bill No. 1010, a supplement to an ac
to thcilitate the passage of coal and coke boats
in the Monongahela navigation, came up and
The bill relative to liens of the Common
wealth on lands from which purchase money
is due the Commonwealth, came up and was
re-committed to the Judiciary Committee, to
report (this afternoon) a bill granting clear
titles to such lands in payment of the princi
pal, less the interest.
Mr. LOWRY, chairman of the Committee
on Military Affairs, reported the bill to:re-or
ganize-and diScipline the militia, and' n his
motion said bill was considered and laid over.
At Ip. 35. Adjourned •
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
FRIDAY; April 29, 1864
The House met at 9 o'clock.
Mr. •BIGHAM, from the Committee of Ways
and Means, reported the general appropriation
bill. 'with a recommendation that the House
non-concur in the Senate amendments, and
appOint a committee of conference; 'and ac
`cordingly ' the House non-concurred, ' and
Messra:- Bronahr, SraTzr.- (Philadelphig-tind
BAMGER were appointed the committee of con
Mr. BIGHAM, from the same committee,
reporied the revenue bill; and in accordance
with the recommendation of the committee,
the House concurred in the Senate amend
ments with certain amendments. The House
amendments were subsequently concurred in
by the Senate.
On motion of Mr. GLASS, the House took
up House bill, entitled A supplement to the
act to create a loan and provide for arming
the State. The bill provides for the establish
ment of an agency in the Southwest, to. take
care of sick and wounded Pennsylvaniai. vol
unteers, and to send home the bodies of those
who may die in the service. It also provides
for the appointment of two additional clerks
for the agency at Washington, so that claims of
soldiers, their widows or children, may be
prosecuted without charge. It also provides
for the preparation of a military history of
the different organizations of Pennsylvania
volunteers. The bill passed finally.
House bill, to provide for the instruction
and training of destitute orphan children of
soldiers, was, on motion of Mr. MCLELLAN,
made the special Order for this evening.
The House then proceeded to the consid
eration of a special private calendar, and the
remainder of the morning session was spent
in the first reading of private bills.
From Red River.
REBELS MARCHING. ON GRAND SCORE,
UR TROOPS MOVING TO MEET TEEM.
Union Loss in the Late Battle.
The Demand has received a special dispatch
from its correspondent at Vicksburg, dated
the 22d inst., which says:
The steamer Lucy has arrived here with
news from the Red river.
No more fighting had occurred up to the
20th, but the rebels were reported to be march
ing on Grand Ecore. Our troops were going
out to meet them.
Ourtotal loss in the late battles foots up
Our army is believed to be securely en
trenched at Grand Ecore, on both sides of the
MURDER OF AN OFFICER.
nrestigatiou of the Port Pillow Massacre
Memphis papers of the 28th contain noth
ing special. Cotton has advanced lc. and
there is but little doing; holders are waiting
for better prices.
A reception was given to the veterans at
Carbondalq, yesterday, preparatory to their
return to the field. It was followed by a ball
and dinner. During the afternoon some sol
diers who had au old grudge against Col. Os
borne entered a store Where the colonel was
sitting and struck him on the head with a
weight, breaking his skull and inflicting a
mortal wound. The murderers were not ar
.rested at last accounts.
Messrs. Wade and Gooch leave for the eas ,
The steamer Forsyth brought up four hun
dred bales of cotton.
MEBIPE:LS, - April 26.--The committee on the
conduct of the war are here investigating the
Fort Pillow massacre. It is thought they will
exonerate General Hurlbut, as it is generally
conceded the force at his command was inad
equate to deal vigorously with Forrest.
THE WI IN THE SOUTH-MST
A FIGHT NEARNCHATTANOOGA.
Butchery of the Wougded
A NOTED GUERRILLA. KILLED
REBEL SDIJOGIER Tll BE EXECUTED
Major General Washburne at Memphis
Reported Capture of Shreveport
by General Steele.
CHATTANOOGA, April 26.—0 n the morning
of the 23d of April the . rebels made an attack
upon our pickets on Nickajack Trace, near
Leet's farm," - with both infantry and cavalry.
The infantry came over Taylor's ridge.—
The cavalry came from South valley, and at
tacked simultaneously seven points picketed
by the Fifty-second Illinois. Our men at
tempted to fall back, and failed. The infantry
barred the way.
The men tried to cut their - way out, but of
sixty-four men, thirty-four, fighting bravely,
Five of our men were killed, four mortally
Wounded, three severely, and nineteen miss
ing. Lieutenant Scoulles was wounded and
taken prisoner. The rebel loss is as severe as
ours, if not greater.
Several of our men were killed by the ene
my after surrendering. Several of the wound
ed were butchered as they lay on the field.—
The rebels in the whole affair were guilty of
c.uito MW M.F.AIPHIS
ST. Lours, April 28.—Cairo dates of the
26th, received by mail, say that the steamers
Liberty and Belle of Memphis had arrived,
the former with 128 bales of cotton for Evans
ville, and the latter with a number of river
horses, mules, and wagons, belonging to the
16th Army Corps, for Cairo, and 270 bales of
cotton for. St. Louis.
Memphis dates of the 25th state that the
steamer "Curlew; from the — Arkansirs river,
while, aground at Johnson's Island, was at
taoked by guerrillas, but the. soldiers on board
drove them off, killing the leader, Tom Hen
sion, a notorious/guerrilla and boat-burner,
better known as the Wild Irishman.
Three steamers are reported lying at the
junction of the White and Arkansas rivers,
from which the guerrillas were receiving large
supplies of clothing.
Martin Smith, formerly a conductor on the
Mississippi Central Railroad, was to lie exe
cuted at Memphis on the 29th. He was taken
some time since in the act of smuggling five
hundred thousand percussion caps and sev
eral hundred pounds of powder to the enemy,
having previously taken the est}r•of alle
Major General Washburne had arrived at
Iviemphis, and assumed command ot:the Dis
trict of West Tennessee. •
The, hospital steamer N., W. Thomas, from
New Orleans, with dates to the 18th, has
. . ,
arrived with 166 wounded soldiers, one-third
of whom are from. the late Red river battles.
They are all on furlough, and on their way
Rebel prist)ners 4al;en• cat Pleasant Hill eon--
fr.rm the former report; that Gen. Steele has
MO THE PUBLTC.—.J. C. IiIIIBALL, No.
33,t4 Mari: et. stre-t, Ilanisburg, has now eu hand a
complete assoriment of all kinds of Boots Shoes Trunks,
whinh are warranted to give
sa!isfactio❑ as regards price and quality. All disposed to
him the favor of a call aro advised to come at once, as
prices are .
account of the high price of leather and scarcity of work
men, as so many are now with the army now en the way to
ATOTICE is hereby given that the petition
LI of,.l,ehn;Miller, of, Millersburg., for Tavern License,
has been Died in the Court of Quarter Sessions of Dau
phin county, and will ba presented to the said Court on
the 11th day of May, 1.864., as required by last'.
aP29-d2twit J . G. YOUNG, Clerk.
NOTICE is hereby given that the petition
of Mrs. Ellen Lackey, of Susquehanna township,
iris been filed in the Court of Quarter sessions of Dauphin
county, for Tavern License, and that the same will be
presented to the said Court on the 11th day of May, 1554,
as required by law. J. C. YOUNG,
ap29 d2teod&wlt Clerk.
Will be sold, at Public Sale, on WEDNESDAY; May
4th, 186.1, at the residence of the subscriber, on Front
street, in the Sixth ward of this city, Household and
Kitchen Furniture, Bees and Vel3 Boles, a lot of Locust
Posts, one Sail boat, itc., &c , kc. Sale to commence at
9 o'clock, A. 31. [ap29-tt] JOHN SHANNON.
ST. Louis, April 29
TR"is the most delightful and extraordi
nary article ever discovered. It changes, the sun
burn and Face and Hands to a pearly, satin exture, of
beauty, imparting the marble purity of youth,
and the distingue appearance so inviting in the city Licht;
or failliOn. it removes tan, freckles, pimples, and rough
ness of thc skin, leaving the cotnpmxion fresh, transpa
rent and smooth. It contains no material injurious to the
skin. Patronized by Actresses and Opera ampers. It is
what every lady should have. Sold wholesale and re
tail by S. A. RUN HEI, & BRO.,
ap2B-cltf 118 Market street, Harrisburg.
CAIRO, April 28
SPECIAL DISPATCH! !
NEW Al) V ERTIS fii ENTS.
TAVERN - LICENSE
BR4NT 9 S HALL.
LOOK OUT FOR
Harris & Clifton's
Burlesqe Opera Troupe
TRUP.SDAY AND, FRIDAY, MAY 50 ;AND 6th
THIS TROUPE is ackmowledged; by the
Press and inablic, where they hve had the
hmior of appearing, to be :the gYeateSt com
bination or Artistic excellence and the most
original Dab:mating Troupe ever
before consolidated uncles one . management
MASTERS OF THEIR PROFESSION
HARRIS & CLIFTON Sole Proprietors
F.RANK WINSLOW, Agent
J. Norms, Stage Manager
FOR SA.LE—Two . small Lots of ground
on Penn street, near 13road; 1 Walnut Show Case; 1
Wagon Tongue; 2 Windows and Frames. A small- Mort
Uoom for rent. Invite of MILTON POTTS, Mira street,
above North, . ap2B-d2t*
WAR DEPART RENT, CAVALRY BUREAR,I
OFFICE OF OM* QtrAxxxxxAsT6x,
Wesu.eroic..; 1). C Apkil 25 1864.
NXTILL be sold at public auction, to the
V V highest bidder ; at the times and places named be-
Newport, Penn's, Thursday, May sth.
Gettysburg, Penu'a, Monday, May 9th.
Altoona, Poun'a, Thursday, May 12th.
Penn'a, Thursday May 19,b.
Reading, Penn'a, Thursday, May 28th.
Lebanon, Peon a, Thursday, June 2d.
Northomberland,Renn'a, Thursday, June 9th.'
Scranton: -Peun'a, Thursday, June 18th.
Williamsport, Penn's, Thursday, June Hid.
One Hundred (1001 homes at Gettysburg, and Two Hun
dred. and Filty (25u), at'each of the otherplaces.
These Horses have 'been - condemned as unfit for the
Cavalry service of the United States Army.
For road and farm purposes many good bargains may
Horses will be sold sln.ly.
Sales begin it 10A ta., and continue daily till all are
TESMS: CASH in - United States Treasury notes only.
Lt. Cat arid C. Q. H. Cavalry Bureau.
al 28 dtd
OFFICE CitrEF COMNIM.tAY of ScasisrEkcs,
DEPARTMENT OF . THE SUSQUEHANNA
HARRISBURG, Penna., April 23d, 1844. .
SEALED PROPOSALS, in duplicate, are
respectfully invited by the undersigned. until 3 P.
Monday, May 2d, 1864, for ?urinating the United State`
Subsistence Department, delivered In Harrisburg, Pa,
with "Fresh Reef," of a good and marketable quality, in
proportions of Fore and Hind Qdarters Meat, (Neck,
Shanks and Kidney Tallow to be excluded,) in such nu=
titles as may be requirjl, and on such days as shall be,
designated at this office', commencing May sth, 1864_
The ability of the bidder to fulfill the agreement must
be guaranteed by two responsible persons, whose signa
tures must be appended to the guarantee. In case of fail•
ure, the United States reserves the right of purchase else-
Where, to make up the !ieticiency, charging the advance
paid over the' contract price to the party failing to de
Bids must be legible, the numbers written, as well as
expressed by figures; and no member of Congress, ofd
eer or agent of the Government service, shall be admitted
to any share therein or to any benefit which may arise
The proposals wilt, be opened at three r. 3t., Monday',
May 2d, 1861, and bidders are invited - to attend.
Capt.. and C. S. U. S. V.,,Chief C. S. Dora.. Susquehanna.
OST—On Sunday afternoon, ingoing from
.1,4 Pine street to, or returning from tile Lutheran Church,
n liourth street, a ' GOLD CHAIN, for which a liberal re.
ward will be paid by W. T. ELM RP, Att'y at Ems'.
Monday, April 25j 1864 —d4t
[Patriot and . Ornioia copy]
- - - .
N IFIXTREIAM MUSTARD, the best bnimixted,
1,, Just received and for sale by
SHISLER & FRAZER,
f e ta (successors to Wm Dock_ ii., k Co.)
A LARGE lot .of-be`- quality .of` fiercer
Potatoes just received aiutfor she by
BOYER & KOERPER,
/ 4 0, 8 ,1tarket '?/1141e•
BRANT'S MALL.' BRANT'S HAT:?..
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company.
CROWDS TURNED FROST THE DOORS UNABLE To
GRAND COHPLIILF.NTARY BESEFTT
Mr. W. A. Rouse,
. Mr. W. A. Rouse,
Mr. W. A. Rouse,
Mr. W. A. Rouse,
By Citizens of Harrisburg and offer.
The Great Proteau Aches and Cantatriee
SS FANNY DENHAM.
MISS FANNY DENITAM.
MSS FANNY DENILIM
BONNIE FISH WIFE.
BONNIE FISH WIFE .
BOILNIE FISII WI I'
The whole company in the bill
Secure Seats and Come Early.
For particulars see small hills.
THIRD STREET, BELOW MARKET STREET,
REAR OF HERE,'S HOTEL.
FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 29
FUN FOR THE MILLION!
MR, AND MISS ANNA BORDER,
EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK.
J. M. MORTIMER,
The World Renowned Dancer
Mr. J. FRASER,
The Pleasing Ballaaist.
1-IIE - RMA_N OUTDONE,
To conclude with the
IS 0 1-130, MC I A_ Gr I kt, L .
SANFORD AND TROUPE.
Orchestra Seats can be procured in nth-epee at Fat.
vart's Drug Store.
Doom open at 634. Commence NI to 5.
Police always in attendance to preserve order.
Admittance t 5 cents.
Orchestra chairs, 50 cents.
Private boxes, entire, $5 eaeh single scats : $1 eget..
CANTERBURY AVISIC 111.1,1,
WALNUT ST., BELOW THIRD.
OPEN EVERY EVENINd, •
With a First-class Company' -
SINGERS, DANCERS, C MEDIANS, ite., Zt6.
Admi33l an ...... .....'.......... . .... ............
3eata Bnxes .25
07/EAT DIIIOO VIET I=
Applicable • to all
naafal Arta '
Soot and Shoe Man
It is kliquid.
Agents In Philad
Open Market for Cavalry Horses.
HiRRISBCRGt Penna., April - sth , 18134. I
UIITEL further orders, HORSES, 'fit for
avalry Service, will be purchased at this place in
None will be received under five, nor over iiiielccar.:o
age. Must not be under 15 bands in height;
For particulars apply to E. C. REICHENhACH,
aps-dtf • Capt. and Asst., Quenon:4u4er.
chanines, Machine Silk, Linen Thread, Cotton, 6,,
Machine Needles, Oil, Union Galloons, B Long Thread
Eyelets, Shoe Lacers and Stationery: Odle; Fro:.
above Market street, Harrisburg..
aP II -d3w B. B. NroonWARD, Agent.
V.BENCII BEANS—A rare Article, Juat re
ceived at SHISLER & FRAZER,
feb3 (atiecemara to Wm. Pock,jr., &
Settnylkill "aitid_Sugonehttniafi' -Re
OFFIva., Z...• • S. FOURTH STiIkET,
PolLannsnin.a., April 4th, 1864.
TEE annual meeting of th - e StockholJers
th i,, c om p a ny 2nd an election for Pre-id and
Managers Will take place at. the 031ce of the C-inpany
Monday, the.tld day of 34i3 - next. at I'l o'clock,ja - ,
- $ W 17 3- 13; S*
T HE filo, oT'tlie,.uelloba, fine large Burling
kinillerrinirjust, Tr:calved_ at ~,,^
. , SELMER & FRAZER,
ep9 tenoTmors to Win. Doel jr s. C 0..)
.: 1 , 0) :.4 ;., ..1 J L uV. ,
The Lion 13!:tujoit
BURLESQUE SCENES IN MAGIC.
CURING A MUTE
Useful and -V aim . % b
is of more general practical tit!!:t.J.
ititan any invention now before
'public. "It. has °eon Shorotactily teezicti
:during the last two years by praeLca:
'mien, and pronounced by all to b.:
SUPERIOR TO d N
Adhesive Preparations known.
ISSOLUBLIe GEMENT iS a ilex
!W& in and 'the reigott of years of
stud! ;its combir.al.l3T is on
. . . .
And under no' circumstances or
,change of temperakure, will it be
',come corrupt or omit aty „offens.ve
BOOT .ND BOBET
.using 114. chines, w.;i
:and it the ben 'article - known 4.
Cementing . for the Chanties it work-,
(without detny, is not atf:-
. I)st nay
change Or temperature
IWill fad it: sufficiently' adhesive ter
their use, as has been prove& '
It 4 Borially Adapted k Leath...,.
And.we claim its an especial Iner.t,
that it sticks Patches to Boots
Shoes sufficiently strong , without
it is the onjy
LIQUID C 2MEIN
Extant that is a sure Ming .for men i
And articles or House—hold cse
HILTON'S INSOLUBLY CE.ItRNT
In a liquid form and as easily ep
plied as paste,
HILTON'S LTSOLUHLE CEiNITT
Is insoinule in water or oil
lituros'a INSOLUBLE CEMENT
Adheres uny subsninoc:e.
Supplied in Family or "Annul,.
turer's Packages from 2 o•.nces :019
HILTON BROS. & CO.,
Peavidepoe,; R. 1
LAING A: MAGINNIS