Pennsylvania telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1864-1864, May 04, 1864, Image 3

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II A 11 lIISBURG, PA.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, 111AY 9, 1864.
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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.—A II Adver
lisonents, Business Notices, Marriages,
Deaths, SCe.., to secure insertion in the
TELEGRAPH, must invariably be accom
pan4ed with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regular
Evening Edition are s inserted in the Morn
fug Edition without extra charge.
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
linrrksx RELIEF FITE - D.—The regular
umuthly payment to families of volunteers,
will be made at the Sheriff's office, on Friday
a fternoon, sixth instant, between the hours of
four and six. GEO. 13ERGNER, Prest.
OLIVER Row Aims, Sec.
TEE Flees of shad are , declining. This
morning the species of fish named could be
had at from 25 to 35 cents a piece.
Lrriaaat DoxerroN. —The Pennsylvania Rail
road Con;ipany has donated $50,000 to the
State, for the orphan children of sailors and
soldiers.
PREPARATIONS are being made for the erec
tion of the l'axion Fire Company's new engine
house. The workmen commenced operations
a day or two ago.
Um. J. Bnooss, late Commissary of Sub
-sistenae at this post, was in this city yesterday.
It is a pity that he is not at present in the
service, as he was an excellent officer, and
may be justly regarded as one of the best men
in the Commonwealth.
Two important city ordinances will be found
in to-day's paper. One of them increases the
pay of the Chief of Police to $5O per month,
and that of the cleric of council to $OOO per
year. The other is the ordinance mailing ap
propriations for the expenses of the city for
the year ending March 31st, 1865.
SID CATASTROPHE AT A FUNERAL. —At Port
Allegheny, Pennsylvania, a few days ago, a
funeral procession was passing over a bridge
to bury a child of Mr. George Moore, when
the bridge gave way, and precipitating the
mourners into the water, another child be
longing to Mr. Moore was drowned, together
with three of his brother's children, and one
or two other lives were lost.
TO-NIGHT the two circuses will give their
closing performance in this city. Since theft
arrival here immense crowds have attended,
and both pavilions will be jammed to-night.
Gardner & Hemmings' circus exhibits at the
foot of Market street ; that of Brien & King,
near the Cotton Factory. The first named
company will show in Carlisle to-morrow, and
in Bloomfield on Friday.
IN our notice of the dinner to be given in
Washington township, on the 14th -inst., to
Company B, 9th Pa. Cavalry, we should have
stated that there will be a parade .and drill by
the comPany,,sm the occasion. No doubt there
will be a large attendance of the citizens of
that portion of our county, to welcome the
brave men in whose honor the dinner is being
prepared
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A SPLENDID COLLECTION' OP. CMIOIIO-LITIIO
- AND STEEL PLATE ENGRAVINGS. —We
had the pleasure of examining a large collec
tion of chrome-lithographs and steel plate
engravings, this morning, at Knoche's Music
Store. These prints comprise representations
of American and English scenery, with copies
of the productions of the best ancient and
modern masters, and as a whole, constitute a
variety of gems seldom collected in one lot of
engravings. As ornaments for the parlor, the
library and the public resort, nothing could
be more appropriate than selections from this
collection, and we advise the connoisseur to
avail himself of the pleasure of passing an
hour in examining the well filled and im
mense portfolio at the store of Knoche.
PASTOR Cerrxn.—At a meeting of the Old
School Presbyterian congregation of this city,
held last evening, a unanimous call was given
to the Rev. S. S. Mitchell, of Princeton The
ological Seminary, to become their pastor.
The salary to be paid was fixed at $1,500. The
pulpit of this chinch has been vacant since
the beginning of December last, when the
Rev. W. C. Clifton was elected President of
Lafayette College: The pastor elect, who, it
is expected will accept the call, has just grad
uated at the Seminary, and this will be his
first pastoral charge. He is highly spoken of
by those who have known him in the Semi
nary, and those who have heard him in the
pulpit here, as a man of fine ability, a
thorough scholar, an effective preacher, and
an earnest Christian, giving promise of great
usefulness in the church. The unanimity
with which he has been called to his new
sphere of labor is creditable alike to pastor
and people.
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POLICE AFFAERS—Before the ilayor.—Mrs.
Kelly, a blind woman, was intoxicated and
disorderly, for which she was arrested and
furnished with lodging until this morning.—
Airs. Kelly stated that she was the wife of a
soldier, and was en route for Washington, to
meet her husband. She was furnished with
transportation to Baltimore, by the Northern
Central railroad company, and proceeded on
her journey to-day.
A soldier,- of the Fourth Pennsylvania cav
alry, while on a " spree, " yesterday, took
charge of a horse and wagon belonging to -a
countryman, and proceeded to take a ride
around town. He was arrested and handed
over to the Provost Marshal.
John Christophel, a regular revolver, was
arrested as a vagrant. He was escorted by
one of the city " stars" to the city borders,
and ordered to leave insfunier, which he did.
Samuel Hall, an individual who had ~
bibed too freely, became so completely fud
dled that he had to be hauled to the lock-tip,
on a Wheelharrow. He was committed for
forty-eight hours.
WE have been informed, by persons who
saw it, that snow fell to the depth of about
three inches, at Altoona, yesterday. This
will account for the cold state of the weather
here. We have not had any snow, however.
CHANGE IN THE SCHOOL Law.—Last winter
a bill was passed by the Legislature appro_
priating the money applied to common
schools in proportion to the number of
scholars in attendance in each district.
The bill has recently been repealed, and,
therefore, the money will be appropriated as
heretofore, in proportion to the number of
the taxables in the several districts.
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THE An HosPrraLs.—The number of pa
tients admitted into the army hospitals of this
Department during the past Week was 472;
returned to duty, 131; died,'' 6; remaining,
3,220. The latter are distributed as follows:
Pittsburg, 364; Harrisburg, 56; Filbert street,
276; Summit House, 124; Germantown, 278;
Turner's Lane, 183; Satterlee, 575; Broad and
Prime, 45; Islington Lane, 21; Chestnut Hill,
720; Fort Mifflin, 12; Chambersburg, 10; 31E-
Clellan, 276; Christian street, 148; Cameo's
Woods, 11; Sixty-fifth and Vine streets, 7;
South street, 114.
THE MALLET GAmE.—Hard times stimulat e
the genius of rogues as well as honAt people,
and as a consequence devices to trap the un
wary are constantly making their appearance.
The latest one is known as the "Atallet game."
It has been successfully introduced at the
West and may be practiced here. For the
benefit of the public in general, and' the ver
dant in particular, we propose to give warning
of this mallet which hits hard. The game is
conducted in the usual manner of confidence,
the device' consisting of a finely made and
highly ornamented caulker's mallet, the
handle of which, upon being unsevered,
permits of the escape of a five cent piece.
Confidence man No. I—personating verdant
innocence—steps on the coin as it falls out
and tells No. 2 that there was five cents in the
mallet. No. 2 admits that there "was," but
believes that it still remains in, having framed
an excuse for not noticing the dropping of the
coin. A bet is proposed, whereupon the
"spotted" verdant who is to be victimized is
easily induced to bet that the five cents is not
inside the mallet, he having been a curious
observer of the little scene. The bet being
made, a peculiar shake induces a second half
dirde to make its appearance and. the betting
gentleman from the country at length under
stands the "mallet game."
THE CIEBISTLLN COMMISSION afkll:l4F-.
nmw —A meeting of the branch Chridtian
Commission of this city, will be held in the
Presbyterian (N. S.) church, on Friday even
ing next. George H. Stewart, President of
the Commission, will he present and address
the assemblage.
Since the beginning and during the pro,
gress of the slaveholders' rebellion. the labors
of 'the Christian Commission have been man
ifold and highly important. To the efforts of
the noble minded men who represent this
organization, the civilized world has been
impressed with a' spectacle of morality as
presented by the armies of the republic, such
as no nation.eyer before exhibited. The hos
pital and the cfimp 7 the bivouac and the
march—which heretofore were restricted in
.their brutalities only by a discipline such as
'is resorted to to keep wild beasts in subjec
tion—are now controlled by an influence,
through the labors of the Christian Commis
sion, which renders the different phases of a
soldier's life, comparatively, as free from im
morality, as are any of the higher walks of
social life. The stern realities of bloody war
•are soothed by the sublime teachings of a
noble faith in justice—in salvation—in God!
What nobler work could Christian men per
form, while desirous of promoting the inter
ests of their - Government in a struggle " such
as ours is inVolVed, than that in which the
representatives of the Christian Commission
are now engaged.
—We trust that the meeting on Friday even
ing' will be one, both as to numbers and the
amount of their contributions, commensurate
with the importance of the objects sought to
-be served.
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Geo. H. Stuart, Esq. of Thiladelphia, and
Rev. -Dr. Xirk, of lioston. - , will address the
citizens of Harrisburg, in behalf of the United
States Christian Commission, on:Friday- eve
ning, of the' present week, in the Presbyte
rian church on Market square.
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A Pnmansmpure paper, riotirirg the pro
ceedings of the General Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, now in session
in that city, gives the following in connection
with the second day's report:
Quite an exciting meeting was held in front
of the church this morning, before the open
ing session. According to the request of the
body, yesterday, the Stars and
_Stripes were
flung out to the breeze amid the loud huzzas
of a vast multitude of people, both Clergy
and. Laity. The Battle Song of Freedom was
sung, after which Rev. Colonel Moody, of
Ohio, made a patriotic speech, in which he
uttered sentiments that--stirred every loyal
heart. His allusion to the old bell of Inde
pendence, and its motto was truly. eloquent.
Said the speaker, "If I am allowed to see that
old bell, I shall put my hand upon it and
swear fidelity to the Union.afresh."
He contended that while the success of our
e t la flag would secure the freedom from bond
arre oenearly five millions of human beings,
iewq,uld also bring deliverance and equality
to six millions of "poor white trash" who are
down-trodden in the South, and who, to a
large extent, make up their army.
The old battle cry was, "Carry the war into
Africa." Now it is, "We'll carry Africa into
the war."
The President of the United States is as
much the servant of God as is Bishop Morris!
God rules the world by two arms—the right
arni is the Church, the left is the civil govern
ment
Abraham Lincoln, as the servant of God, is
a — terror to evil doers, but a praise to those
who do well. Hence Vallandigharn went to
Canada to find protection under the British
Lion. A mean man in a mean place •; the
right man in the right place. -
The speaker closed by expressing the wish
that for the next four years, at least, the na
tion might fund peace and quietk esa Abra _
Kam's bosom.
!The Star Spangled Banner was then sung
with a will, and the audience adjourned into
the ehuroh.
SPECIAL NOTICEn.
THREE hundred thousand dollars worth of
watebe3 and jewelry. See W. Forsyth 4;
Co.'s advertisement, in another column.
ruar26-d3inv,s&ir
• .11111.,..P.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!! CLOAKS!!!
WE have now on hand a splendid assort
ment of all kinds of spring and summer Cloaks.
The very best quality of silk mantles.
Cloaks for children.
Splendid assortment of cloth for cloaks.
The cheapest hoop skirts in the city.
20 spring hoop skirts, best quality, 75 cis.
Beautiful skirts for one dollar.
The largbst assortment of hoop skirts.
000 dozen ladies' stockings at all prices.
A splendid assortment or cambric.
Irish linen, a tine lot from auction.
A lot of last summer's dry goods, 20 cents a yard.
Dry goods at 20 cents, 30 cents, 30 cents and an prices.
We will sell off a large lot of dry goods cheap
which
we have on hand yet from last season. S. LEWRY.
COLGA.TE'S HONEY SOAP
This celebrated Toilet Soap, In such universal de
mand, is made from the choicest materials, is mild
and emollient inns nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in its action upon the akin.
For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
jan2s-dawly
itPHYSIOLOGICAL view of MARRIAGE,
containing nearly 300 pages, and 130 fine plates and
a:agravings of the Anatomy of the Sexual Organs in a
state of Health and Disease, with a Treatise an Self
Abuse, - its Deplorable Consequence upon the Mind and-
Body, with the Author's Plan of Treatment—the only
rational and successful mode of aura, as shown by the re
portbf cases treated. A truthful adviser to tho married,
and those contemplating marriage, who entertain doubts
of their physical condition. Sent free 'of postage to any
address, on receipt of 25 cants, in stamps or postal cur.
rency,liyaddressing Dr. LA CHOU, No. 31 Maiden Lane
Albany, N. Y. marl-davitm
Military ilueiness Attended To
Bounty, Pension, Back Pay, Subsistence and Military
and War Claims, generally; made ont and collected: Per
sons residing at a distance can have their business trans
acted by mail, by addressing
" EUGENE SNYDER, Attorney-at-Law
delT-dly Third street, Harrisburg,. Pa.
Baunvart's Troches.
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. Manufactured
only by C. A. Bannvart & Co. ' Harrisburg,
Pa-, tn whom all orders should be addressed.
Sold by druggist every where. -
Read the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergy Men:.
- Hessisstrsa, Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. IIisNVABT—,-.Dear Sir: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in comparison with them
all, can cheerfully commend your own as a
most admirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually.
Yours truly, T. H. -ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
Agt-I agree with Kr. Robinson as to the
value of Banuvart's Troches.
W. C. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Church.
HASIVISBMG, Jan., 1864.
To C. A. Baisa , ..vairr—Dear Sir: In the habit
of speaking very frequently, and in places
where the vocal organs are very much taxed,
I have found the need of some gentle expecto
rant, and that want has been supplied in your
excellent Troches.
I consider them very far superior to any
Lozenges that I have ever used, in removing
speedily that huskiness of the voice arising
from its too frequent use, and impairing the
effectiveness of the delivery of public ad
dresses. Yours, &c.,
JNO. WALlcrat JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
To C. A. Ruolveirr--Dear Sir: Having used
your Troches, I am free to say they are
the best I have ever tried and take great
pleasure in recommending them to all persons
afflicted with sore throat or huskiness of
voice arising from public speaking or singing.
Yours, ttc., G. G. RAKESTRAW,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
DISTRICT ATTORNILY'S OFF/OE,
HARR - Ism:ma, Feb. 29, 1864. I .
To C. A. Ituirrvikar—Dear Sir : I have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthening the
muscles of the throat.. They impart clearness
to the voice, and are certainly of great bene
fit to all public speakers. A. j. HERB
Mrs. Ball's Remedies
I take this method of cheerfully thanking the public
.for past favorkand still solicit their kind attention to .my
medicines. To tell of all the wonderful cures I have been
Able to perform would bp . Impossible. I would call the
attention of the ladies particularly to this valuable medi
cine. I think I can safely say it is the very best offered
to them. It will regulate the whole, system; can ; be
taken at any time; no fear need be apprehended in re
gard to it. I have also a valuable Salve to kill proud
flesh, and another to draw and heal. This has healed
sores that have run 20 years. My Dysentery Drops, In
fant cordial and Cough Drops have been well tried. I
need say' nothing in their favor. I have constantly on
hand those Medicines and Salves. MRS. L BALL
merle No. 27 South Pine strot, Harrisbuye. Pa.
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Valuable Farm for Sale..
OFFERED for sale, at a bargain, a valuable
: Farm . on Buflalo run, Centre c0. , - Pal aboni 7:miles
from Bellefonte and 3 frotn the Farmers' High School, con
taining about 310 acres, 230 of whbili aro cleared and in
a good state of cultivation. There are large and suitable
farm buildings on the premises. The quality of the soil
is of the very best limestone, with a good prospect of tile
best Hematite ore, large quantities of which have been
raised on an adjoining tract and worked at Centre Fur
nace. The Miffiin and Centre county railroad, now in the
course of construction, will pass within 2 miles. ' For in
formation as to quality of soil and desirableness of loca
tion apply to 31, T. Milliken, or H. N. M'Allister, Faq.
Bellefonte Pa. For full description and terms, itc,,apply
to , RALPH L. MACLAY,
apl3.deod3w* Attorney - at-law, Harrisburg, Pa.
63 Valuable Building Lots for Sale.
65 BUILDING LOTS are offered for sale
near the Round House and Pennsylvania Rail
road Shops. These lots are very desirable for building
purposes, as they are lccsted on a good and dry spot. A
good opportunity for persons wanting lots.
For any information concerning the above lots in-
Antra of JOHN MILLER, JR. , at the 'Perwaylvania Agri
cultural Works, corner of Spruce and North streets.
aplS-3taw3w*
GREASON SEMINARY
ASELECT BOARDING SCHOOL, for pu
pits of both sexes, located sir. miles west of Car
lisle, on the Comb. Valley R. R. Pupils admitted at any
time, and charged only from date of entrance.
For circulai call at W. Knoche's Music Room, 93 Mar
ket street, Harrisburg, or address
E. HUNTINGTON SAUNDERS,
apl4-dim Plainfield Dumb. co. Pa.
pußLic SALE
Will be sold, at Public Sale on WEDNESDAY, May
4th, 1884, at the residence of the subscriber, 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., &a , &c, Sale to commence at
9 o'clock, e. 3t fap29-ts3 JOHN SHANNON.
JOHN A. BIGLER & CO. )
_Et 13, 0 "F,IL S,
MARKET STREET, ABOVE FOURTH,
(NEXT TO ADAMS EXPRESS OITTOE,)
lIARRISB,IIRG.
Warrants, Claims, Goternment Securities, Checks
Vouchers, &c., cashed. num2Bd2m*
BURLINGTON HERRING.
THE first of the season, fine largii Burling
ton Herring, just received at
SHISLER & FRAZER,
ape (successors to Wm. Hock, jr., it Co)
LOTS for sale on the corner of Third and
Broad streets -Enquire of. WX C. MorADDEN.
mar-i-dtf
FETE OILS.--:-.lPine salad oils juit receiVed
at ' SEIISLEft & FDAZER,
ap3o Successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A JOINT RESOLUTION propoiing certain
amendments to the Constitution.
Bc it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assem
bly mot, That the following amendments be proposed' to
the Constitution of 'the Commonwealth, in aceordzinee
with the provisions of the tenth article thereof:
Thera shall be an additional section to the third article
of the Constitution, to be designated as section four, as
follows:
"Sxtrriox 4. Whenever any of the qualified electors of
this Commonwealth shall be in- any actual military ser
vice, 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 usual place of election."
CMOS 2. There shall be two additional sections to the
eleventh article of the Constitution , . M tie designated as
sections eight and nine, as follows: - • - -•-
"Szcztox S. No bill shall lie plissed l sy the =Legislature,
containing more than one subject, which shall be clearly
expremed in the title,- except appropriation bills."
":3xuriox 9. No bill shall be pissed by the Legislature
granting any powers, or privilegek in any Mae, where the
authority to grant such powers, or privileges, has been,
or may hereafter be, conferred upon the courts of this
Commonwealth."
HENRY C. JOHNSON,
Speaker of the House df Representatives.
• JOHN P.PENNEY,
"Speaker of -the &mate.
OFFICE OP THY SECRETiiICY Ok.TIM CONDIONIMSLTA,
Hattatssoact,Aprit 25, 1.1364.. J
Penny/mini; ss:
I do hereby certify that the foregoing- is a full, true
and correct copy of the originalloint Resolution
of the General Assembly, entitled " A Joint
Resolution proposing certain Amendments to
-the Constitution," as the same remains on file in
this Mlles.
Lx TESTIMONY whereof, I have hereunto set my
[L, s.]" hand and caused the seal of the Secretary's of
fice to be affixed, the day and year aboviawritten.
ELI SLIMS,
Secretary of the COM7WinirMalth. •
The aboveresolution having been agreed to by a ma
jority of the member , ' 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 TUESDAY
OF AUGUST, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-four, in accordance with the tenth arti
cle of the Constitution, and the apt, entitled "An Act pre
scribing the time and manner of submitting to the people,
for their approval and ratification or rejection, the pro
prised amendments to the Constitution," approved the
twenty-third day of April, one thousond eight hundred
and sixty-f.ur. ELI KASSA,
ap2i Secretary of the Conmunry'otal,M
AUCTION SALE
CONDEMNED HORSES.
WAR DEPAnTsourr CAVALRY BORZATO
OFFIOB difizr QuAirraturAsTen,
WASLIDIGTON, D. C., April 26, 1864.
WILL be sold at public auction, to the
highest bidder, at the times and places named be
low, viz:
Newport, Penn's, Thursday, May btb.
Gettysburg, Penu'a, Monday, May 9th.
Altoona, Pean'a, Thursday, May 126.
Mifflin. Penn's, Thursday. May 19th.
Reading, Penn'a, Thursday, May 26th: =
Lebanon, renn'a., Thursday, June 2d. •
Northumberland, Penn'a, Thursday, June 9th.
Scranton, Penn's, Thursday, Juno 16th.
Wiliiamsport, Penn's, Thursday, June 21d.
One Hundred (1001 horses at Gettysburg, and Two Hun
dred and Fifty (250) at each of the otherplaces..
These Horses hive been condemned_ as unfit for the
Cavalry service of the United States Army.
For road and farm purposes many good bargains may
be had.
• Horses will be sold singly..
Sales begin at 10 A at, and continue daily till all are
sold.
TESHS: CASH in United Stateg Treasury notes .
only.
IJAES A.
ap2B4ltd Lt. Col. and C. lir H. Cavalry Bureau.
MAGNOLIA BALM.
THIS is the most delightful and extraordi
nary article ever discovered. It changes the Sun
burn and Faqg and Hands to a pearly, satin texture, of
ravishing beauty, imparting the marble purity of youth,
and the distingue appearance so inviting in the city belle
of fashion. It removes tan, freckles, pimples, and rough.
ness of the skin, leaving the complexion fresh, transpa
rent arid smooth. It contains no material injurious to the
skin. Patronized by Actresses and Opera Singers. is
what every lady should have. Sold wholesale and re
tail by S. A. MIN ELEL & BRO.,
spgp-dtf US Market street, Harrisburg,
Thomas C. MacDowell,
A.ttormey-at-La'w.
OFFICE IN THIRD ST., BELOW PIKE..
• HARRISBURG, PA
A LL manner of. Military ,Claime. promptlymanner
attended to, and 'claims collected against the General
or State Governments, either in Congrea3, the Court
.of
Claims at Washington city, - -or at Harrisburg, without un
necessary delay, and on moderate terms. ap29-dBm
NEW
PHILADELPHIA. CLOAK STORE.
CLOAKS, -
MA.NTIELAS,
CIRCULARS:
1,000 CLOAKS from $.7 00 to $25 00,
OT THE'
NEW CLOAK STORE,
MARKET STREET,
D. W. GROSS ) NEW BLOCK,
HARRISBURG.
apll
Dr. J. P. KELLER'S •.
Dental Preparation
GRANULAR DENTIFRICE!
AMERICAN TOOTH WASH I
TiESE elegant prephrations combine the
most desirable cleansing and astringent qualities.
They render the Gums hard and healthy; neutralize the
acid secretions 'of 'the mouth, (thereby removing the
prime cause of decay.) By their detersive properties they
preserve the natural color of the Teeth, without In the
least degree injuring the enamel, while they Impart to
the breath a fragrance peculiarly aromatic and pleasant.
In fact they are THE BEST ARTICLES in use for the pur
poses named, as a fair-trial will fully demonstrate, 'arid
as has been abundanllrproved by their extensive
this community during-the-last 14 years; and' itilich7l4l
be readily-testifled 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. Prepared and sold
at the Dental Rooms of the Proprietor, corner of Seconti
and Walnut streets. JOHN P. RRIX Eg r
Surgeon Dentist. "
For sale also by the principal Druggists of the city.
ap2l-dtf
NO. 4 JONES' ROW. •
riIHE UNDERSIGNED respectfully informs
_L the public that he has purchased the
FIAT AND CAP. STORE
Late the property of T. J. BURNETT, deceased, and that
he will continue the business at the old stand, where he
will constantly keep on hand a general assortment of
HATS, CAPS , &C .,
OF THE LATEST STYLES,
which will beifrold at reasonable rates.
A liberal share of patronage is respectfully solicited
mar2B-d2m H. H. LONG'.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
THE partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, In the Military Claim Agency
Business, is dissolved by mutual consent, from and after
this date. THOMAS C. MAcDOWELL.
THOMAS A. MAGUIRE.
Harrisburg, April 23,1864. • ap29-d2w
on BOXES SPERM CANDLES, of a very
Superior make, just received and for sale by
SHISLER & FRAZER,
febt (successors to Wm. Dock, &
JAVA,J arosica and Laguyra Coffda, at
SHISLER & FRAZER
no2S (successors to W. Dock. 3r., & Co.)
Tuiz CELEBRA'rED VIRUINJA ULL, OF
AM, and Day tb Martin's London Blacking, Just re.
wired and for sale by SEMLER & FRAZER,
fel (Bocce mon • Wm. Dock, Jr ~.&-co.)
FUR SALE—: Avery handsome XWO-horse
PEDLEH WAGON—cheap for cash. Direct letter to
802 f. No. 813, Harrisburg, Pa. ntarll-tf
FENCIFBEANS—A rare article, just re.
' calved at SEEISLRR & FRAZER,
feta (successors to Wre. Dock, jr. k Vo.
AMUSEMENTS.
BRAINT'S lIA_LL.
LOOK OUT FOR
Harris & Clifton's
NEW ORLEANS
Burlesqe Opera Trpupe
UZI
BRASS BAND.-
18
STAR
THURSDAY AND FURY, MAY sth AND 6th.
TAN TROUPE is acknowledged, by the
Press and public: where+ they have had =he
honor of appearing, to lie Vie - greatest cora-
bination or. Artistic excellence and the most
original Ethiopian Delineating Troupe ever
before consolidated under one management
and
MASTERS OF THEIR PROFESSION
HARRIS & CLIFTON
FRANK WINSLOW, Agent
J. Nosaa,, Stagg Manner
ap29
CANTERBURY MUSIC TIA LL.
WALNUT ST., BELOW WORD.
DON''srELL
OPM7 EVERY EVENING,
With a Ftrst-class 'Company of
SIiNGEII.9, DANCERS, CONEDIANS,'"&c.„ kR
...... .................... • 15 cent&
,eats in Boxes
MISCELLANEOUS.
GREAT BARGAIN'S IN JEWELRY !
W FORSYTH & CO
•
42 AND 44 NASSAU' STREET, NEW YORK.
(Adjoining the Post 011 ice,)
Offer for sale the following magnificent list of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY, &4J.,
VALUED AT $300,000.
&ACE( ARTICLE ONE DOLLAR, AND NOT TO BE
PAID.POR UNTIL YOUIINO.t V .WHAT
Y 0,14 ARE TO:G&T. .
150 Gold and Silver Watches..sls 00 to $lOO 00 each
200 Ladies' Gold Watches—- 35 00 each
500 Ladies' & Gents'. Silver dol6 00 oath
5,000 Ladies' Gold Pencils 400 to 600 each
5,000 (Gold-band Bracelets.-- 300 to 10 00 each
10,000 Lockets, Chains and Itiala 260 to 600 each
6,000 Cameo, Mosaic and Jet
Brooches
6,000 Coral and Florentine Bar-
'_drops::.:......
10,000 Gents' Breast 'ins
15,000 Sleeve Buttons, and Bosom
Studs.. . . ... .....
10,000 Sets Ladies' jewelry_
6..000 Lava and Florentine Sets..
10;000 Gold Pens, Silver-mounted
Holders
5,000 Gold Pens, with Silver Ex
tension Cases and Pen
cils...
The articles in this stock of Jewelry are of the neatest
and most fashionable styles. Certificates of all tne va
rious articles arc 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 Ws Doman. and take the article named in
it or not. Five certificates for ,$1;- eleven for $2; thirty
for $5; sixty for $10; one hundred for ;15. Certificate
money to be enclosed with order. Correspondence
promptly answered,
AGIDTS WesrED - In every townind regiment. Send
or a circular. Address W. FORSYTH Et CO.,
42-and 44., Nassau street, Henr York.
max2s-dwas3mavain
REA: Duioeirmq
IJseful and Valuable
„Piscore.ry.
FHLTOINT''S
lINSOLURLE . ,. tEmENT
Is of more general practical utility
than any invention now 'before the
Pubic. It haa been thoroughly tested
during the last two yam by practical
men, zind'pronounced by to be '
UPB.RiO.T . TO' d N 7
: Applicable to all
useful Arta.
Alhkolvolteparations known.
liturcesia Inemmacs CEMENT ts a new
thing, and the insult of .years of
study; its combination is on.
A new thing. 4
1 ' Scientific"
And under no circumstancea or
change of temperature s will it be
come corrupt or omit any bffensive
it Combination
BOOT AND . SHOE
Manufacturers, using Macnines, will
find it the best article known as
Cementing for the * Obinnels, it work
without delay, is nciralliacted by- any
change of temperature.
Boot and Shoe Man
niacturers.
Will find it sufficiently •a4hesive for
their (1843 7 as tuutheen proved. "
It is RapeciAliy Adekr.Of 'to Leather,
And we claim as an especial men;
that it sticks Patches to BcSite and
Shoes sufficiently strong without
tchlng.
;Uwetem..
Families.
ILZ.QUID,CEMEIV
h w a lignid
4xtant that is a sure thing tor mend
tugs
TOY%
Bone,
• —lvory,
•d articles at Homehold use
REMEMBER
J:L=OlO3 INSOLUSIM Cigimrs
Ia In a liquid :fivrin-f144. AS easily aP;
plied as paste.
.11Iwrenr's Lasomanza Cassime
Is insolnoleCln water or oil.
HILTON'S INSOLUBLE CENENT
Adheres oily substances.
Remember
Supplied in Family or Menem;
tureen Packages from 2 minces to 100
HILTON BROS. & CO.,
Proprietors,
Providence, R. I.
Finis
Agents in Matt.
7elB-div
MAGinglB.
Schuylkill and Susquehanna Railroad
Company.
Oltrie.l4 ta S. /017RTH STREET, 1
.
PELLADELPIC4i April 4th, 1884.
THE annual meeting of the Stockholders
this Company and an election - for President amid x
Strangers will take place at the Office of the Company
Sionday, the2d'day Of lday next, at 12 o'clock, ar. •
apadtm2 • W. H. WEBB, SecretarY.
pHILIA_DELPHIA COLLEGIATE
TUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES, No. 1530 Arch
striet. Rev.CHARLLS A. SMITH, D. D., E. CLARENCE
SMITH, A. M., 'Principals
Ninth Year. Thine departments: Primary, Academic,
and Collegiate. • Full college course in Classical, Mathe
matical, higher 'English and Natural Science for those
who graduate. - Modern Languages,. Music, Painting and
Elocution by the best masters. For - Mine:ars apply at
the Institute, or address BOX 2611 P. 0., Philadeiphhi.
Pa! - ap2o•3m*
Open Market for Cavalry Horses.
Quanraavaarra's Orvies,l •
Hannisacao, Penna., Aprilsth,lBs4.,
Trill' further orders,. HORSES, fit .for
UN
Cavalry Service, will be inirchased at' this place in
. _
open market , :e
None will be received under five, nor overnine years of
age.. Must not be tinder 15 hands in height,. • = •
For ParlialigaapPlY to cjerawammuf,
aps-dtt • ,Capt. and Asa. Qiiartermancr,
TAR GO R.DIA L
- - Obtained by a pectdiarprocess in the al.:-
tillation of the tar, byrwhibliifs highest med
ical properties are retained. - - -•
/lave you a Gough ? Have gem Sore Throat?
Have you any of the premonitory symptoms
of that most fatal disease, Consumption?
Those who should be -warned by these
symptoms generally think lightly of them
until it is too late, From . this Tact, - perhaps
more than any other, arises the sad preva
lence and fatality of disease which sweeps to
the grave at least "one-sixth" of death's
victims..
PERFORMERS,
Constimption has destroyed more of the
human family than any-other disease, and the
best physichms for many years have despaired
of a cure,, or a remedy that would heal the
lungs, but for more than two hundred years
the whole medical world has been- impressed
that there was a mysterious power and
ciency'in the Pine Tree Tar to heal the lamp;
therefore they have recommended the use of
Tar Water, which in many , cases had a good
effect; • lbut how to combine the medical pro
perties:Wl? as to heal the lungs, has ever been
a mystery until it was discovered by Dr. L.
Q. C. WISHART, of Philadelphia, Pa., the
proprietor of "Wishaft's Pine Tree Tar Cot , :
•
diaL"
Sole 'Proprietors
Many, not only of the people, but physi
c-hats of every school and practice, are daily
asking me, "What is the principle or cause ot - .
your success in the treatment of. Pulmonary
Cons-umptian 7" My answer is this:
The invigoration of the digestive orgiirix -
the strengthening of the debilitated system
the purification and enrichment of the blood,
must expel from the systemthe corruption
which scrofula breeds. While this is eliected
by the powerful alterative (changing from
disease to health) properties of the Tar Gar-
dial, its healing and renovating principle is
also acting upon.the irritated surfaces of the
lungs and throat,. penetrating to each dis
eased part, relieving pain, subduin,,oinliamma
don, and restoring a healthful tendency. Let .
this two-fold power, the he•ding and the
strengthening, continue to act in conjunction •
with Nature's constant recuperative tendency;
and the patient is saved, if he has not too
long delayed a resort to the means of cure.
I=
I ask all to read the following certificates.
They are from men and women of unques
tionable worth and reputation:
DR. WiarrAnr—Dear Sir:—l had a vary
dreadful cough and sore throat for one year,
and my whole system was fast giving way, and
I was•prostrated on my bed with but little
hope of recovering. My disease baffled the
.power of all medicines, and in a short time I
must have gone to my grave, but thank God,
my daughter-in-law would not rest until she
went to your store, No. 10 N. Second street,
and ;elated my case to you, purchasZd one
bottle of your Pine Tree Tar Cordial and
commenced to use it, and in one week I was
much better, and after using three bottles I
am perfectly well, and a wonder to all my
friends, for they all pronounced rao past cure.
Publish my case if you think proper.
• REBECCA HAMILTON.
No. 1321 Wylie street, Philadelphia.
4 00 .h) 600 each
4 00 to 8 00 each
2 50.t0 8 00 each
2 60 to 600 each
500 to 10 00 each
4 00 to 6 00 each
4 00 to 5 00 each.
4 00 to 000 each
Dr; Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Coraist is au ,
infolliable cure for Bronchitis, Bleeding of
the Lungs, Sore Throat and Breast, Tnflami -
tion of the Lungs:
Tar. Wasp. says:
Dn. Wismar—Sir:—l had Bronchitis, In
flammation of the Lungs, Shortness of Breath,
and Palpitation of the Heart in their worst
forms; I had been treated by several of the
most eminent physicians in Philadelphia, bat
they could not stop the rapid course of my
disease, and I had despaired of ; ever being re
stored to health. I was truly on the verge of
the grave. Your Pine Tree Tar Cordial was
highly recommended to me - by a friend; I
tried it, and am thankful to say that, after
rising four large, and one small, bottles, I was
restored to perfect health. You can give re
ference to my house, No. 968 N. Second street,
or at my office of Receiver - of Taxes, from• It
A. is to 2 P. N., corner of Chestnut and Sixth
streets. JOHN WARD.
Reid the following from Utica:
JEWELERS
Pa. Wistarm—Dear take pleasure
in informing you through this source that
yob' Pine Tree Tar Cordial, which was recom- -
mended for my daughter by Dr. J". Hall, of
this city,. has cured her of a cough of 1110143 - -
than five mond& standing. I had thought
her beyond cure, and had employed the best
of medical. aid without any • benefit. 1 can
cheerfully recommend it to the public as a safe
and sure remedy for those similarly afflicted,
as I know of many other cases besides that Of
my daughter that it has entirely cared of long
standing coughs. Yours respectfully,
JOHN V. PARKER, Dagnerrean Artist.
126 Geuessee street, Utica, N.
[t is the only
Pine Tree Tar Cordial in my family, and ca
cordially recommend it as a valuable and hMe
medicine-for colds, coughs . and to tbose,.pre
disposed to consumption.
Dr. G. 9.. FOSTER,-160 Genessee street,
The above are a few among the tho - asands
Which this great remedy has saved from an.
antimely grave.
We have thousands of letters' from physi
cians and druggists who have prescribed and
sold the Tar Cordial, saying that they have
never used or sold a medicine which gave
such universal satisfaction_ • 3
;The Tar Cordial, when taken in connection
with Dr. Wishart's Dyspepsia Pills, is an in- ..
fallible cure for Dyspepsia.
The Pnrs TREE Tau CORDIAL, will coIO
Coughs, Sore Throat and Breast, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Diptheria, and is
also an excellent remedy for diseases of the
-kidneys and female complaints.
The genuine has the name of the proprietor and a Imo
tree blown in the bottle. All others are spurious
PRICE Frrrr Csrre end Orr .11oLLAB:pE7 Bum., Pr
Wei only by the Proprietor,
No. 10 North -octal Streak Phdadelptia, Pa.
Stßd by Druggists ever3rwhere, at Whakaale by all
'W I / 4 d116
and New Tork.Wtiol-Dyog„giste. ma3lo-1ye••
MEDICAL.
DR. WISHART 3 S
PINE TREF_
IS THE VITAL PRINCIPLE OF THE PINE TP.EF,
:—I have used. Dr. Wish art's
BEWARE OF COVNTPRPEITS
Dr. L. Q. C. Wishart,
Utica, New :York.