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iiONBAI EVENING, MAY 2, MI
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ing Edition without extra charge.
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
MAYOII LOWRIE ; of Pittsburg ; was in this
city, on Saturday,
GAEDNER 5, HEIVIELtiGS' Circus arrived this
morning and "pitched its tent" at the foot of
MOLLIE MAGEE, a young lady living in
Woodberry, Bedford county, committed sui
cide on Monday morning, by hanging herself
with a clothes line.
THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBI7RG. —Gen; Craw
ford, in giving his testimony about the battle
of Gettysburg, fully vindicated Gen. Meade's
conduct at that battle.
ROUSE'S STAR COMBINATION COMPANY is
playing in Reading this week. It will return
to this city on. Monday next, when the great
play of The Octoroon ; will be produced.
THE lecture room of the Second Lutheran
church will be dedicated on Sunday morning
next, at 10 o'clock, and will be regularly oc
cupied by the congregation thereafter.
THE East Pennsylvania Conference of the
United Brethren in Christ, at their recent an
nual session, erased the names of two of the
ministers from its list of members for disloy
GAF. TA': Pon Coax.—Farmers about plant
ing corn, are advised to coat the seed with
gas tar. It is said to be a 'sure remedy
against the encroachments of worms and
birds. Try it.
EOLME. —There -will be a totale eclipse of
the sun on Thuriday evening next, at six
minutes before seven o'clock. So says the al
manac, but we don't suppose it (the eclipse)
will be visible here. •
THE Third District Conference of the
Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium of Penn
sylvatiii4consisting of the counties of Berks,
Schulkill, Lebanon and Dauphin, met in
Emanuel Church, Hamburg„ Berks county, on
Il[selaxo in behalf of the 11. S. Christian'
Commission will be held in the New School
Presbyterian Church, on Friday evening next,
when addresses will be delivered bt
H. Stuart, Esq., (President of the Commis
sion,) and other able speakers.s Our citizens
are invited to attend.
Ma. GEORGE DRESS has opened his ice
cream saloon for the season. it is rocated on
third street, between Market and Waln4.---
Mr. D. has fitted up the saloon in fine, style,
audit is one of the most attractive places mow
open for the sale of refreshments in the pity.
Those wanting good ice cream should• give
Mr. Dress a call, as none but respectable per
sons are admitted
N.5.8330W Esci.PE.—A little girl, five or six
years of age, narrowly escaped being run over
by the Cumberland Valley train, near the de
pot, a few days ago. She was playing ion the
track, and did not observe the approach of
the train until it was almost upon her. ;For
tunately she had the presence of mind to roll
herself from the track just in time to save her
life, as her bonnet was crushed by the cars.
TIED WIDOW'S CONTREDUTION.-A Schuylkill
Haven correspondent of the Pottsville Miners'
Journal states that Mrs. John Britton, a iridow
lady of Union township, Berks county. Pa.,
has given six. sons and her only son-in-Jaw to
defend the liberties of the Nation. Three en
listed in the Ist Penna. Cavalry; one in the
59d Regt. P. V., and three in the 128th Regt.
P. Y. The soldier in the 53d is at rest, having
been killed in the battle of Fredericksburg.
Mrs: Britton is in the 63d year of her age.—
Her mother, aged 88 years, liYes with her,
and enjoy very good health. Pennsylvania
is proud o the patriotic widow.
GENERAL CONFERENCE. —The General Con
ference of the Methodist Episcopal Church
commenced its'session this mo'rning, in the
Union M. E. Church, Fourth street, below
Arch, Philadelphia, at nine .. is
composed of nearly two hundred and fifty
delegates from all the loyal States and :3erri
tories. There will be representatives from
the Wesleyan Methodist Conference in Eng
land, and also from the Canadian Conference.
It generally requires from four to six leeks
for this body to transact its busineSs.' 'Ques
tions of great moment to the &non:dilation
will be debated. We understand .that' each
delegate is provided with a comfortableliome
during his stay in the Quaker city. It is au
intensely loyal body of representatiN;e. men,
fully up to the times.
Otrraaonous.—On Sunday night, about nine
o'clock, two or three of the ruffians who infest
East State street; attacked a young solqr who
happened to be in that section of town. Ile
was knocked down, tramped, and seriously
injured. The affray occurrecl near the c9rner
of State and Filbert streets. Doubtless the
intention of the attacking party.wasitri] rob
the soldier. The arrival of citizens p&ably
foiled the rowdies, as they suddenly, ske
daddled. It seems strange that such' out
rage should be perpetrated so early in the
evening, before the citizens had retire& ....The
police should keep an eye in the direetin of
East State street, at night, us it is.benoming
notorious as a rendezvous for loafers itid_ruf
tis,ns. The respectable portion of thelialiabi-
Wats demand it.
. . . .
Is the New York Sanitary Fair contest, one
vote of fifty for Grant was received by letter,
with the following verse:
"Guns, not grumbling;
Deeds, not dispatches;
Charges, not changes of base;
Captures, not complaints;
Swords, not spades;
GRANT, net 31'CLELLAN.
CHEAP BUTTED. —The Hartford Post gives
the following substitute for butter: Cut five or
six ounces of fat salt pork into cubes or thin
Slices, and fry out. Take out the scraps and
dregs, and put in flour for thickening. Let
it simmer, and, when it thickens, add about a
pint of milk. The- Mixture should boil or
simmer, keeping it stirred to prevent scorch
ing, until thoroughly mixed. Then place it
on slices of brown- bread, either toasted or
not, and the dish is complete.
LEAD ARNE& —As an instance of the specu
lative insanity now afloat, says the Lewistown
Gazette, we learn that a company which some
time ago purchased the "Sinking Valley Lead
Mines," in Blair county, has disposed of stock
to the amount of $1,000,000 at $5 per share
in New York and Philadelphia. These "mines'.
were worked malty years ago—even before the
Revolution—since which it has been found in
small quantities only; nor are there any indi
cations that leaf exists there in large quanti
WARNING TO &M.—The boys of our city
who are in the habit of jumping on wagons
that pass along the streets, should take warn
ing from the following, which occurred at
Dushore, Pa., on: Friday last- 'Thti,
published in that place, says:
A lad about, fourteen years of Thomas
T01 t 3, , who fr6si;des - ,a' few miles triant:this, place,
- iif attempting . Wjitrop Ma l.° the wagon, caught
his leg in the wheel, unjointing the knee en
tirely, so that the bone protruded at least six
inches. The thigh bone was also fractured.
His leg was arapiitated, brit his injuries were
so severe that he survived but a few hours.
„San CASE DROWISG.4--Ue .IV,aynesburg
(Greene countYYße i rnibldrin gites the following
account of the case of drowning that occurred
in that town :
• , :`o.n.,,Saturday nierrdill-4 . Tast,, Mrs., Hedge,
-wife of Absaloin,Hedge, Esq., of this place was
found drowned in a large deep spring in the
yard near the house.
About six o'clock in the morning lier son,
Samuel Hedge, on leaving the house to attend
to some business on the street n ticed his
mother going oat the back door of the house.
Thinking nothing wore about it, he went on
his errand, andreturning in about 40 minutes,
enquired for his mother and found that she
had not yet come in. Immediate search was
made with result as stated abcive., • She was in
her bare feet and a quart:measure being found
in the spring,, the .inferenokis that she had
gone hastily to the spring for a cup of water
and ficcidentally fell in. She has a large faini
ly of, children, and.their „father being absent,
having a clerkship in one of the Departments
at Harrisbnit added'greatly to their distress."
TnE following is a list.of the-Modica Offi
cers on duty at posts and camps in the De
partment bf the . §nsquehanna
John Neill, SiSgeon U S V, Post Surgeon,
George ,Rex, Surgeon 11S-% Post Hospital,
J B Strawbridge, Surgeon U S V, Harrisburg.
T_C Brainerd, Assistant Surgeon, U S A,, Post
Hospital, Broad'and Cherry streets.:.
H. 0 Parry, Assistant Surgeon USA, Post
Hospital,. ;Harrisburg; Fart
",o'Wagner, ' l ASSlstiint A
S , Post
W H King, Surgeon 21st Cay.
0 B Freeman, Surgeon 10th N J Vols.
A W Green, Surgeon 186th Pa Vole, Phila
G S F Pfeiffer, Assistant Surgeon 186th Pa
Tols, Philadelphia: t •
George Huhn, A A Surgeon, U S A, Post Hos
pital, Camp William Penn.
J H Kurtz, A A Surgeon, U S A, Camp Cross
A Cheeiman, A A Surgeon, U. S. A, Camp
W H H Michler,.A A Snrg:ecity,y, S A; Camp
W B Atkinson, A A.Surgeou US A, ,Provost
H M Bellows, A A Surgeon U S A. •
A H Halberstadt, A A Surgeon U S A, POSt
Hospital, Pottsville, Pa.
M Luther, A A Surgeon, U S A, Reading, Pa.
J K Mason, A A Surgeon, U S A, Chief Mus
tering Office, Philadelphia.
W A Blackwood, A A Surgeon, U ,S Fort
O.J Roseburg, A A Surgeon, U S A, Easton,
Peitrea. • ,
T H tO.C. - he Surgeon 11 g Camp William
OFFICE OF "THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR,'
FOR THE SANITARY COM - MISSION, :-
1323 CHESTNUT STREET,
. . PEUIADELPHIA, April 25, 1864.
MRS. D. A. EYSTER:
My Dear Madam:—You have been appointed
by the "Committee on Correspondence" in
Pe,ns , yllania, as Secretary for Dauphin county:
.. Y.511,.^.9 1 p3. requested, to organize file work for
the _Sanitary ,Fair in your county by appointing
suitable rersons for receiving more • and
goods contributed to the Fair, in each town
ship, .village and hamlet, in your county, that
there' may be receiving depots at' all import
ant stations throughout the county, &c. &c.
By order of-the Committee on Correspond
ende for PennsyWa.nia. . -
Alas: LOUTS C. , 11:)1tRIS,
1336,Walnut street, Philadelphia.
The following ladies and gentlemen of Har
risburg ,hayipOleefe appointed committees of
the various departments named, for which,
contribution.s_are,earnestly solicited, will wait.
upon our citizens during the present week.
We ask froth all a hearty co-operation with the
noble cause for .which this Central Fair is de
signed,•r iz. •
Committee on Restaurant Department—
Mrs. Rudolph F. Kelker, Mrs. Samuel Ingram,
Rev. Mrs Mar z, Miss Kate KunkeL
Committee on Children's Department—Mrs.
John Brady, Miss Mary Zinn, Mrs. Dr. Har
ris, Miss Alice Hickok.
Committee on'Glassware and Forcelain-4-
Mrs. Dr. Hay, Mi.& Theo. Fenn.
Committee on. a Day's Income and Reventte t
—Mrs. David M'Cormick, Miss Sallie Boas;
Mrs. William Parkhill Mrs. Elias D. Unger.
Post Office Committee—lass Annie Wiest
ling, Mrs. Wm. E: Dodge, Col. James Worrell.
Committee on Musical Entertainments, Ben.
efits and Exhibitions—Messrs. Win. Knoche,
Charles A. Barmiart.W. H. H. Sieg, Esqs..
Department at Triefnl and Fancy Articles
(home made)—A3l contributors to this depart
will please sendi thiir donations by the 15th
of_ May, to the residence of Mrs. Aaron Bora
bangh, Walnut street.
Mrs. Wm. Beatty, Front street, Treasurer of
all contributiori t;in money.
ATTENTION, CITI2EN !—The stated
meeting of the Citizen Fire Engine and Ilo..;e
company, will be held this (Monday) evening,
• at V: o'clock.
Punctual attenrimace of every member
requested. WM. J. LAWRENCE, Sec ;c.
Arrawrzow, Rivass.—A special meeting of
the Hope Fire Company, yo. 9 , will IN , held
in their Hall, this (Monday) evening. As busi
ness of importance in regard to the Steamer is
to be transacted, punctual attendance is re
quested. Ey order of the President.
SANFORD'S HALL. —A very comic programme
for this evening. On Tuesday evening Mr.
Sanford has made arrangement for the exhi
bition of the war Polyorama. He withdraws
the troupe and will perform at Marietta, on
that evening. The Polyorama is one of the
greatest and most sublime amusements ever
given in this city. It comes highly recom
mended from Washington, where the Heads
of:the Departments, together with the clergy,
speak high in its praise.
ADVANCE IN DRY GOODS. —We do not wish
to be considered in the light of alarmists, but
owing to the late law passed by Congress, put
ting a heavy duty on foreign merchandise,
dry goods generally have advanced in New
York and Philaderphia,during last week, some
twenty to fifty per centum. We notice this
fact, and respectfully say that the purchasers
of dry:goods would do well to take-advantage
of the large stock at former prices, at the
cheap dry goods store of C. L. Bowman, No.
1, corner of Front and Market streets.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!! CLOAKS!!!
WE have now on hand a splendid assort
ment of all kinds of spring and summer Cloaks.
:fLThe very best quality of silk mantles.
Cloaks for children.
Splendid assortment of cloth for cloaks.
The cheapest hoop skirts in the city.
20 sprit% hoop skirts, best quality, 75 Ms.
Beautiful skirts for one dollar.
. The largest assortment of hoop skirts.
500 dozen ladies' stockings at all prices.
A splendid assortment of cambric.
Irish linen, a fine lot _from auction. .
A lot. of last summer's dry goods, 25 cents a yard.
Dry goods at 25 cants, 30 cents, 35 cents and all -prices.
We will sell off a largo lot of dry goods cheap, which
we have on hand yet from List season.
Coughs and Colds.
The sadden changes of our climate are sources of Put,
IdeNARY, BRONCHLAL and ASTIIMATIO. /Mamma. Expe
rience having proved that simple remedies often act
speedily when taken In the early stages of the disease, re
course should at once tie had to "Brown's Bronchial
Troches." or Lozenges, let the Cold, Cough or Irritation
of the throat be ever so Might, as by this precaution a
more serious attack may be .elfectually .warded, oil. Pn
MO - SpEAKses and SISGERB 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 occasion requires. . , . mar24l-dawlm
For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, &c., are specially recommended to
ministers, singers and persons whose vocation
calls them to speak in public. Manufattured
only by C. Bannvart & Co., Harrisburg,
Pa-, t_ whom all orders:should be addressed.
lold by druggist every where.
Read the tbllowing testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen: -
HARR. cameo, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. Banariswi—Dear Sir: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozenges
and other prepaintions for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in comparison.with them
all, can cheerfully commend your own as a
most admirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and.. colds. I have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually.
Yours truly, T. H. ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
I ag,ree with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Bannvart's Troches.
W. C. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Church.
lIAERLSBORG, Jan.; 1864.::;'.
To C. A. Rourvinr—Dear Sir: In the habil,
of speaking very frequently,' and in places
where tho:vocal organs are very much taxed,
I have found the need of some gentle expecto
rant, anethat Want has been supplied in your
I consider them very far superior to any
Lozengetil that I have ever used, in removing
speeclily that...huskiness of the voice arising
from, it; too frequeut , use, and impairing the
effectiveness of the , delivery of public ad
dresses. Yours, &c.,
JNO. w tli" ER JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist ChUreh.
To C. A. Bexxviarr—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
aillicted with sore throat or huskiness of
voice arising from public speaking or singing.
Yours, &c. G. G. HAILESTRAW,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE,
• frinwiTßllll6, Feb. 29, 1864.
To C. A BANNTLET—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 s and are certainly of greattene
flt to all public speakers. A. J. HEBIt
Mrs: 8411% Remeitips.
I Dtke this method - of cheerfullf,thanklig the public
for mietravors, and still solicit their kind attention to my
medicine?. To tell of all the wonder All unreel have been
able to perform would be impossible. I would call the
attention of the ladies particularly to this valuable medi
cine. I think I can safely say it is the very best offered
to them. It will regulate the whole system•, can be
taken at any time; no fear need be apprehended in re
gard to it., I have also a valuable Salve , to kill proud
'flesh; and another to draw and - heal.' nig • has healed
sores, that have run 20 years. My Dyienteiy Drops, In-
Tint cordial and' Cough Drops have been well tried. I
need My nothing in their favor. Ildive constantly on
hand those Medicines and Salves. MRS. L. BALL,
merle No. 27 Smith Pine street, liarrisburg, Pa
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal de
mand, Is made from the choicest materials, is Mild
and einollient.in its nature; fragrantly scesited,
and extremely.beneficial in its action upon thei skin.
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers:
lan2s-dassly • • . " •
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
T"partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, inthe Military Claim Agency
Business, %dissolved by mutual consent, from and,lifter
this date. ' THOMAS C. MacDONELL.
THOMAS A. 3LICEHRE.
Harrisburg, April 2S, 1864. - ap2g-d2w
Will be sold, at Public Sale, on WEDNESDAY, May
4th, 1804, at the residence of the subscHber, on Front
street, in the Sixth ward of this city, Household and
Kitchen Furniture, Bees and Bee Boxes, a lot of Locust
Posts, one Sail boat, &c., &c. , &c. Sale to commence at
9 o'clock, A. 31. [ap29•ts] JOHN SHANNON.
LOTS for sale on the corner of Third and
Broad streets. Enquire of %VM. C. AfcIPADDEN.
First Class Proilerty for Sale
.11_ A NEW THREE-STORY BRICK HOUSE,
'Corner of :Second and South streets" containing
all the modern improvements, with stabling attached
For further particulars call aethe,Bankina House
C 0. - ZIMMERMAN,
tirdlw 3.26 4farket atreet.
Wet and'UniOn copy-]
Now RAT -Pimp. 75 CMVID
PEOPLE'S pDITION OF
General Butler in New Orleans.
One volume, octavo, paper, price 75 .3ente.
WITH the view of meeting the ext, - - nsive
popular demand for this remarkable this
edition has been prepared. The page and type are
to those of Harper's Magazine. S me of the less im
portant documents are omitted, and in some Instances the
account has been condensed, yet never so as to interfere
with the ititerevl yr completeness of the smry.
Unquestionably this book stands pre•enduett in inter
est among all yet tc.Asioned by the rebellion.. its sub
ject and autoorcoutbine to render Irfascinating. Fifteen
editions have been called for as fast .as they could be
printed.. It ka.., kr'been most warmly commended by the
loyal presi of the countiy, and scarcely less so by a por
tion at least of the English press', 14 w4om it Is acknow
ledged to be a complete vindication Of flee. Butler from
the inalic ous charges which envy and hatred )iive brought
It contains an anecdotal sketch of General Butler's
brilliant and remarkable career at the bar of kfassachu
setts; a history of the secret movements in the Charles
ton Convention; conversations between Gen. Butler and
the leading secessionistS at . Washington fp Beceinber, 1860 ;.
the real plans of the traitors; Gen Binter invited to join
them; his advice to Buchanan; his efforts in preparing
Massachusetts for war; the celebrated march, via Annap
olis, to Washington; his night march to Baltimore; col
lision withllen. Scott; his course at Fortress Monroe;
the history of the contrabands; his advice to the Ad
ministration how to take Michtuond; the truth about the
battle of Great Bethel; the Hatteras Expedition; TEE
REGRET hISTORY OF ma NEW ORLEANS EXPEDITION; the
adventures of the General in getting to Ship Island; a
POLL ACC/417NT OF THE CAPTURE or NEW OiLtzatte; the
landing of the troops in the city; A COMPLETE NARRATIVE
OF SUCCEEDING artekrfa, With • a large number _of highly
interesting narratives and anecdotes never before pub
lished; the recall of Gen-'Belle r,' and the: explanation
given of it by the Governtnent; his present opinions
upon the great issues before us.
:-Edition in•large type, crown, Bvo., cloth, ..682 pages,
price $2 50. People's Edition, Bvo., paper, 75 cents.
German Edition; $1 00. Sent by mail on receipt of
price. . •
For sale by MASON & HAMM:, Boston, and by all
Booksellers. Published by Meson BROTHERS, 7 Mercer
street; N. Y .ap3o.d2,t,&wit
C N S
WAR DEPARTMENT, CATALRT,BUREAU t
OFFICE OF GRIEF QUARTERMASTER,
WAS/ILIUM:OE, D. C., April 25, Una
WILL be sold : at public_ auction to the
highest blqiier. at the•times'anit placeinamed be
low, viz: .
Newport, Penn'a. Thursday, May sth.
Gettysburg, Penti'a, Monday, May 9th.
Altoona, Peun'a, Thursday, May lath. •
Penn's, Thursday May 1.9i1t.
Reading, Penn a, Thursday, May z6tb.
,Pcnn'a, Thursday, June 2d.
Nortiviraborland, Penn's, Thursday, June 9th.
Scranton, Peun'a, Thitrsday, Juno 16th.
Williamsport, Penn's, Thursday, June 234.
One Hundred TlOOl horses at Gettysburg, and
. T%io Hun
dred and Piny (25u) at each of the tither places. ••
Theta Horses have been condemned as unfit for the
Cavalry service of the UniteitStaceS Army:
For roast and farm purposes many good bargains may
HorSes will be sold singly.
Sales begin at IOA sit, and continue daily till all are
TESMS: CASH in United States Treasury Dotes only,
JAMES A. EfflN.
ap2S-dtd Lt. Col. and C. Q. M. Cavalry flurvari
mars is the most delightful and estraordi
it nary article ever discovered. It changes the Sun
burn and Face and Rands to a pearly, satin texture, of
ravishing beauty', imparting the marble purity of, youth,
and the distingue appearance so inviting in the cit . ) , belie
of fai..hiun. It removes tan, freckles, pimples, and rough
ness of the skin, leaving the complexion fresh . , transpa
rent and smooth. It contains no material injurious to the
skin. Patronized by Actresses and Opera Singers. It is
wiiht every lady should have. Sold wholesale and re
tail by S. A. IiUNKEL & BRO.,
ap29-dtf US Ilarket, street, Harrisburg.
Thomas C. BlauDowell,
OFFICE, IN TBILIB ST., BELOW ENE.
AI4L of Military% Clatrosl promptly
attended to, and claims collided egiinst the General
or gate Governments, either in Congreas,—the Court of
Claims . at Washington city, or at Harriilmrgovithout
neeeesarg delay, and be moderate terms, rib29-ddm
PIMA B ELPiIIA CLOAK STORE.
CIECU_L Alt S.
1,000 CLOAKS 40047 00 toss?s 00 ,
NEW CuOallt STORE,
D. W. GROSS S •!NEW BUICK,
- • SURE PROTECTION "APIINST EXPLOSION
o r ,
Of Roiltsrs or Flues.
D. C. 1111.P.AD
(IF PITTSBURG, will, }
feinain in Harris
‘..), burg for a few week; to.supply the
ASHdROFI' 'LOW WATER' DETECTORS
to all in this vicinity who tray desire to bavo it applied to
their Boilers. 4
This instrument is simple and sure hilts oncr*top, and
warranted to give -t
~. PERFECT SITLSFACTIO#, OR NO . P.ST
'Ord= inay tie left at Tills OFFIC4tad the them
ment may L i e ' t.; t;7-dtr
Dr. J. P. KJEILLEWS
:AMERICAN TOOTH WASH I
THESE elegapt preparations combine the
most desirritifetTeansing and. astringent qualities.
They render the 'Guam bard 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 injuririg, the enamel, while they impart to
the breath a fragrance peculiarly aromatic and plea
fact theY are THE BEST ARTICLES in Use fpr the pur
pose% ntuned,us a fair trial will fully demonstrate, and
as-has been abundantly proved by their extensivb Ail? in
this community during the last 14 years; and which 'trill
be readily testified to by - , many who have repeatedly
urged the Proprietor to still further extend their Sale and
usefulness They are warranted to be free from those
'destructive acids which so-frequently contaminate many
of the preparations of the present day. Pretroxed and sold
at the Dental Rooms of the . Proprietor, cortti of Second
and Walnut streets. - JOHN P. 'KELLHR,
-Surgeon Dentist. ,
'Per sale also by the principal Hruggists of the city.
NO. 4 JONES' ROW.
THE UN * DERSIG . ITEM respectfully inform'
AL the public that he has purchased the
, RAT 'AND CAP STORE
Vite the property of J. BURNE'rr, deceased - , and that
he will continue the business'at the old stand, where he
will constantly keep:oxiluind 4 geneial assortment-et
.. HATS . CAPS,•
OF THE LATEST STYLES,,:_
which will be sold at reasonable rated s '
liberal of path:lunge is respectfully solicited
mar2B-dm _ _ IL H.IbNO
PLEASE Cap' qt the Subscriber's-place of
Warne= and be measured for a rfeck:"fitting
*HOT. The subscriber also keeps on II large. sow
ply of ready made SHIRTS, and also S for
sale. All kinds of stitching done to tit test order.
`Walnut iafeet; -
A ill tISEIVIT2NTS.
Leo , : ot - r FOR
Harris & Clifton9s
Burl9sqe Opera Troupe
B .1 tFi.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, lUAY 511 t AND fitli.
THIS TROUPE-is acknowledged, by the
Press and public, where
,they have had [he
hoit6i of. appearing, .ta,lie)the :greatest com
binatiorl or Artistic excellence and dep most
original Ethiopian Delineating Troupe ever
before. consolidated under one management
MA,STERS - TITFIIt PROFESSION
& CLIFTON....:. Sole Proprietors
FRANK WINSLOW, agent
J. NORRIS, S4w*anager
THIRD STREET, BELOW MARKET STREET,
REAR OF ItERR'S HOTEL.
COMIC BILL FOR MONDAY EVENING,
IN \FIVER WILL APPEAR TEM ENTIRE FORCE
TUESDAY AND IVEDNESDiT' EVENINGS
1 6 0 LY 0 It A 111 A
TH E W A . 1?, ,
Ono of the greatest exhibitions of the age, together with
A GRAND VARIETY.
On tbesa,t.wo evenings performs-at. Mariett- returning
•,: again on « -
Di'cliesiM Seats can be procured in 'Sdviume at Bann
oirt's Drug Store. ; .• • -
• Doors Open at I3X. Commence to 8.
Police always in attendance to preserve order.
Admittance 2( cents. - • .
Orchestra cluing 60 cents. •
Private •tames, entire, $5 each; 'single Seats, $1 each.
CANTERBURY MUSIC: - 1-1111,.
WALNUT ST., BELOW THIRD.
DONNELL ............. ......... ........Sole Lame
urEk." - r.rmi - EVENING; •
With a First-class Company of
SINGERS, DANGER:S, WMEDIalik% 80, &c.
... . .. ........... cents
4 eata in Boxes
Useful and Valuable
- Discovery.' '
Ls or more general pructuad utility
ithan any invention now barer° the
!public: It haaneen thoroughly.tested
~dunng,the last cwoffsara.byoractical
men, ,and pruniainedd,,b3i alleal be
r ..12 . 101r TO A-br
dppticatilo' £o` ' elf
HILTOS Ms9f4nnx Curfswr ilia new
thing, CAM the result- Hof years of
study; ats combination is on
A new thing
And under' no circumstances :or
i change or lenrperatrue, will .it be.
leome corrupt or omit.. any Offensive
BOOT AND SHOE,
Manufacturers, using Machines, will
find U the hest article known as
Cementink for the Channels, it Works
without delay, is not affected by spy
changefof temperature. ;
Boat and Shoe Man
j"E' 'VELE li9
Will find it sufficiently akine4ye for
thertuse, as has.been:pvved.
It is . plecially Adapttd Hr Leather,
And we claim an an
that sucks Patches to Boots and
Shoes sufficiently strong without
IL IQ UID C M
Extant that is a sore thing for mend-
ICie s liquld,
L ToYs !B on i,
Anil articles of Remelt°!dime
,Anapres ig*oLuAsut CEmEN-r
Is'in a liquid' sorsa and 'as easily ap
plied as paste.
iluirost's luaeLmics CEMENT `
iwluole in imate, or oil.
ZoLiort's Semi.li - Ls Cpanz..ir
Supplied in Family or Manufac
Iturefs t Ettclutgen 'from 2 ounces to 100
RILTON , BROS. & ca,
- Providence, R. L
Agents In Philad
. TAVERN LICENSE.
NOTIOE'is hereby given that the petition
bf Mrs. Ellen Lackey, of Susquehanna township,
Os been ffied in the Court or 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, 1864,
as required, by law. C YOUNG.
~I .,T A D COLLEGIiTE
-FOR . YOUNG LADIES,.
No. 1530 Arch
street. Rev. CHARLES A. SMITH, D. D
SMITH, A_ M., Principals: - ' a
Ninth. Year. Threeideriartnients: Primary.deademic,
and Collegiate. Fuil college course in Classical, jiiathe
matical, higher English and
.Nattual Science for' those
who graduate. Modern Languages, Music, Painting and
Elocution, by the best masters._ For ciirmears apply at
theinstitute, or addrms4.l3o,X. 2611 Philadelphia
TOTHE INGgR'S Sewing Ma
x. ebaninea, Machine Silk, LinettTnread, Cotton, &c.,
'lttebine Needles, Oil, , Union Galleons, B Long Thread,
Oeleta, Brion, lacers and Stationery. Office, Front
drove Market strict, Harrisburg.
aplt-d3w G. B WOODWAR I ), A.l ent..
f i IkLENCH- BEANS-4 rare article; * jut* re
"ceived at .- . SHISLER FRAZRR,
rhos...,:(tilidpessore to Itrm t?ock, co.
anal Sumiluokatlina eltailiond
Ovyma, FOiRTIC STREET,'
Pau.anat.ear4-aptil 4th, net.-
11MLE annual meeting-of the tikielchohiers
. ..I_ this Omni:any and an election'tcdent-iard
Managers will take place at the Offlim_eihe Company
Monday, tho2d day of ,if.ay,nex!.. at 1%e1e10410,4
BRIEN'S GREAT SllOll
(From lialtirnore. and Was,hinz toil)
LOT ABOVE COTTON FACTOR 1,
WM. MIDDLETON Treasurt r
THOMAS KING Equestrian Directee
• A GRAND PROCESSION!
With a band of music, will be made at 10
o'clock, A, tr., 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. TOURNAIttE I
The daring French Equestrienne and Bare
back Bider, whose unrivalled perform
ances have thrilled-the world.
Graceful and charming, will appear in single:
or double acts of 'qiiestrianisni.
Mlle. LAVINIA !
A Scenic) Equestrienne and fascinating Dan-
The great Performing and Trick Clown, 4
Unquestionably, as the most profound critics
say, the best Gymnast in the world.
The world-renowned pupil of Levi J. North.
LOUIS ZINFRETTA !
A wonderful Acrobat and Gyinnadt:
JOHN NAYLOR !
The great Tumbler an Leaper.
Signor a WAMBO.LD I
As the Man of many forms.. ,
WILLIAM H. GREEN!
The great Horse Turner, Moderh. Hercules
In his graceful tlivertisemeut, luicywn in the
French language as La Perche.
Whose name is well known in the profession
will demonstrate his great &touts Leaps.
As a Vaulter and Single or Double;
Act Equoatriwn, ho hoc.
- —no Peer.
The Horses are all thoroughbred,. wonder
fully well trained. The beautiful Poitii; SPI
.DER, the pet of the eb.ildreir, is the - rsolanc:A.
'equine animal in the world. The Trick
Horse, GREY EAGLE, and that beautifully
spottedOharger, CHAMPION; mid last, bat
not least, the conically educated .11 4 ules, TOM
and JERRY, from Acayulco, Mexico, will be
exhibited, and made to deinonStrate their
wondrous powers during the exhibition.
Price of Admission—To Boxes cents
NO HALF PRICE
H. L. STEBB/n
General BUsiness Agent.
GARDNER & lIEUMINGS'
This large and elegant Equestrian Compar)
will exhibit in
AT THE FOOT OF MARKET STREET,
On liondly, Tuesday and "Wednesday, Nay
2d, ad and 4th,
AFTERNOON AND EVENING,
Each day. • Doors-open at 2 and 7P. 3.C. Per
formance to commence half an hour later.
Among the many attraetioni of this Nrftm
moth Establishment is a
GROUPE OF REAL ARABS ,
}JAI, IN NATIEB",
THREE ISIAMES AND TWO FEMALES.
headed by . ,
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 BIERMAN ARTISTES,
wil ppear in every variety of Equestrian
and Gymnastic entertainment.
THE STUD OF HORSES - INDPONIES
are the best trained collection in,the world.
Till: GRAND PROCESSION
will enter the city about 9 o'clock on the day
of exhibition, headed by the .
Magnificent Golden Chariot,
manufactured expressly fcir this season, at a
cost pf $6,000, by Fielding
York. - It will be drawn by a line of
YAM HARTMAN'S ITULADELFIII4. BRAES BAND ,
and followed by the entire Cortege.
DON'T FORGET pm . DATSASD DATES.
Will exhibit in: _
Hurinnelatowrr. ...Saturday, April
Carlisle • • ~.'rhtusday, May 5
0 0041 7 1 A ; ti it dt
AM USE M E NTS.
'FOCI , KING'S
MAY 3d AND -t!th„,
JAMES REYNOLDS !
The People's Clown.
and Six Horse Rider
11i 4 kAGER