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11 A I s 11 ULO, PA
lIIIDAY EVENING, 6, 1861
C F. TO A. EIVIERTISEIZS.—AII fixtiver
ii,oaents, Business Notices, Marriages,
to secure insertion in the
01.11:GRAPII, must invariably - be v.ecom
pse'eti with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regular
Meiling Edition are inserted in the Morn-
Edition without extra charge.
i VVN AND COUNTRY.
Losr. —A porte-monuaie, containing about
i'o, was lost last night, either on Front or
Market street. The, pocketbook belongs to a
poor man, and the finder will be liberally re
warded by leaving it at TEES OFFICE.
STBANVBEERIES are plenty at Chicago
THE crops in York county, Pa., are said to
frosent a fine appearance. The fruit trees in
:Pate a fine yield.
A cousrar individual, who was caught in
water wheel of a saw mill, says he intends
to apply for a pension, as he is a survivor of
Tim citizens of Chambersburg intend hold
ing a fair for the benefit of the Christian Com
mission; The . fair will commence June 13th.
MIS. Gee. Couch is President of the Commit
tee having tUe matter in charge.
OHDIND.TCE.-Ig our columns to-day will be
to ;ad an ordinance authorizing the laying of
water pipes in South and East streets, and
:milting an appropriation of $1,450 for ,the
payment of the same.
Tun capital grounds present a very inviting
a ppearance, and furnish a pleasant resort •for
A Lage portion of our population. The whole
enclosure, exclusive of the walks; is clothed
al a beautiful suit of green.
Tasus is a rich treat in store for the people
of rifl4:titown. On Friday evening, 20th inst.,
mv. T. 'Walker Jackson, of this city, will de
liver his great oration on Andrew Jackson,
feY the benefit of the Sanitary Fair. Our Jn
aiata friends should not fail to attend.
Ws are again in the enjoyment of spring-like
weather—we might say June wedther—as it
has been uncomfortably warm during -yester
day and to-day. During the evening hours
thousands of our citizens can be seen prome
nading the streets. .
WE would remind our citizens that a meet
ing for the benefit of the Christian Commis
sion will 1.10 held in the New School Presby
terian church, this evening. George H.
Stuart, Esck, President of the Commission,
And W.V." Mr. Kirk, - of Boston, will address
Tay. ticienfific Ante - imp: knows a man who
does the principal part of his advertising by
writing his name and business on the back of
'oink bills. Perhaps he is not aware that in
caie those banks Whose notes he thus endorses
were to break lie could be held responsible
for the laci of the note. Courts have so de-
rifled in similar .cases.
Paowsim. John McGann, of Milroy, a
isember of the Ist Pa. Cavalry, who had been
:It home on furlough for some time on account
of sickness, went to Lewistown on Monday
!ist, for the purpose of proceeding to the
army, ,but unfortunately got into evil com
pany, and during the night walked out of the
tavern, fell into the canal and was drowned.
MANY persons are in the habit of putting
L•veirtie stamps on letters. This is a mistake.
The sender loses the Revenue stamp,
the receiver of the letter must pay six cents
postage, on the same, although a revenue
stamp is attached. Revenue stamps will not
pay postage, neither will Postage stamps an
swer in the place of Revenue stamps. Peo
ple should remember this. •
LVAITIER o THE SIISQUEH3I 4 ZNA. —lt is stated
that business has not been so brisk in Mariet
ta, Pa., for the last ten years as at present.
Immense (panties of timber and lumber are
ua shore. Lumber is selling from $l6 to $22
per thousand, and the best qualifibring,s as
high as $26. Culling boards sell at . $2O a
thousanctfeet. Purchasers are plenty even at
THE RnarAnts OF HENRY CLAY: —The remains
Henry Clay, after 12 years interment, were
upon- the death of his wife, removed and
placed side by side with her's beneath the
beautiful monument erectecifto his memory in
the Lexington cemetery The wreath. of inp.t
naortelles placed upon his coffin by Mrs. Ant
S. Stephens, on the removal of the body frOm
- Washington, was ion nd to be but little faded
while a gold ring, bearing the initials J. W.,
which rested near the wreath, was perfectly
JOB PRINITINCL —The" facilities of our job
printing department are unsurpassed. With
every variety of type and presses, and with
skillful workmen, we are enabled to do a large
.mount of job printing. All kinds of show
bills, amusement printing, cards, circulirs,
blaulrq, bill heads, and other printing executed
su Plain and fancy color's, at the shortest pos
sible notice. Persons wishing anything in
tilg printing line will find it to their interest
to call at our office, and examine specimens,
and learn prices.'
"131 Act P.mtrv," "the oldest inhabitant" of
Lebanon, died, on Satarday last, aged some
thing over a century. She was born a slave
it: this State, but lived to see slavery net only
extinct in Pennsylvania, but to hear of its
..felo de se all over the country.
She was a consistent Christian woman, sad by
lier upright and consistent life won panegyrics
even from those who believe that "the black
!aan has no rights which the white man . is
bound to respect," and who seem to think the
'jaded States Constitution an instrument got
up for the express purpose' of protecting,
A TOWN MEETLNG will be held in 'Meehan-
icsburg, to-morrow (Saturday) evening, to
adopt measures in behalf of the United States
Linr.nAL. —G. Dawson Coleman, of the Leg
islature, has contributed his year's salary and
mileage, amounting to $732 80, to the Bani
tary Fair, at Philadelphia,
Tux members of the Keystone Base Ball
Club will meet for play to-morrow at 3.30 P.
m., on the grounds of R. J. Haldeman, corner
of North and Canal streets. A. full attendance
is expected. By order.
A STATED meeting of the Hope Fire Com
pany N0..2, will be held in their hall this
(Friday) evening. Punctual : „.attendance is
requested as business of impprtanee will• be
transacted. By order.
Go to Sanford's Opera ElOuse 'to-night.—
Samuel is the prince of Ethiopian delineators,
and never was excelled in his profession. Go,
laugh, be merry, and grow fat. There is a
grand bill for to-night.
To-monT—Harris & Clifton's minstrels and
brass band will give their second and last en
tertainment at Brant's Hall. The coany is
highly spoken of by those who were' present
last evening, and ratio commendation will
ensure a full house for this evening.
THE excellent ice cream served-up at Dress'
saloon, on Third street, attracts hundreds of
visitors, daily. They pronounce it to be of
the very best qxality. and.try-it.o ;-
several fine rooms have been fitted up for
the special accommodation of respectable
SANFORD, the great Ethiopian, was caned to
day, in the street. The clerks of the Houses
considered Sanford was . deseriitig of such
treatment, and he caught it to-day at IP. is.
ACCustomed to such treatment, he concluded
to treat all hands, 'aria the" cane' n6lvrem iii
in Sanford's hands. No man in this city
knows more how to handle a cane than San
ford, he having received :such. from Andrew.
Jackson; Henry •Clay, Brine° Albert, and over
one hundred others from his friends through
out the United States and Great Britain.
'POTION Fscrosy na RKBELDOEL—From the
Memphis Appeal, now published.at
Jaa.,' we learn that at Augusta there is a man
ufacturing company, which is turning out
twenty thousand yards of cotton cloth a day,
einplOYing seven hundred and. fifty, ALai3.4s;
with one hundred and fifty thouitiadspindles;'
and fOur hundred and sixty-two leoms. The •
goods manufactured ars ;lot ;tlal.oli on the
market, but are sold , to the authorities, State
.and Confederate, .benev i olent instilidions, and
indigent pe#6:ts, at government '
cents a yard.
SENSIBLE. -A movement is on foot anwng
the ladies of New York city to diminish some
what the drain of gold from the, pountry, by
agreeing among thein's`elired not to Use 'any — Of
the expensive fabrics imported from abroad,
which enter so largely just now into the con
sumption of, the country. They propose to
confine themselves, so . far as possible, to the
use,of harke fatnics, while ',the War lasta. If
the-movement could be made general, great
good would doubtless result to the •country.
A society having in view the same object,
has been formed in Washington city.
The following articles have been adopted by
thelssociation formed. at Washington:
Att. I--Of the Name and Object—SEC. 1.
The" name of this association shall be the La
dies! National Convention.
SEC. 2. The object shall be to unite the wo
men of the country , in the earnest resolution
to purchase no imported articles of apparel
where American can possibly be substituted.
Aiding the continuance of the war.
4 Art. II gives the names and duties of the
officers. ' '
Art. lII—Of the Pledge or Covenant.—The
pledge or covenant shall be as follows: "For
three years, or for the war, we pledge, our
salve" to each other and the -country to pur
chase no imported article of apparel.
On motion of Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, it was
resolved that the badge of the National Cov
enant shall be a black bee, with wings enam
elled,. according to natdre, worn, with a tri
color ribbon, a little in ; front of the left
On motion of: Mrs. , Ingersell, it was
Resolved, That While, as the wives and
daughters and women of Anierica, we are
_ready and determined to practice self-denial
for the benefit of the country and our sex, we
earnestly request the men of America, also ',to
abstain from the use: ofimported articles, es
pecially wines, liquors and cigars.
On motion of Mrs. Morris, it was
Resolved, That the women in the nation,
sympathizing with the great object'
society, be and hereby are invited to copy .the
covenant,' record their Own iiiintksothereto,'
aud, l •obtaining as many signatures as possible,
forvrard the number (not the names) sq eV
tained4o the committee 'of their State: . '
Hritv ro KEEP. t AND Futurg ntom
spormrn' IN Hom NFki.rmir, improVe
ments hafe been made inMefrigerators within
a few years. In the :old box ltefrigeratora,
where a lump of ice is put at the bottom and
the articles to be coolecl l placed over,,,it, there
is an unneceSdari Was& - of lob: The Polar
Refrigerator has some excellent points. It is
divided into two compartments. by a central
Weage form of corrugated zinc, on which all
the moisture is condensed and passed off.
The Vice is placed at the top, and ,the water
filtered and drawn off at the bottom frdm
plated faucet. It is an ativantage' to linde
separate compartments, as delicate fruits, but
ter, milk, &c,, can be kept where - they will
not contract any unpleasant flavor from meats
and other provisions. LEsizr & Erasorr, 494
Broadway, N. Y., are the manufacturers."—
Insx.—June, the month= of loaves and
roses, is fast approaching, wben'bright flow
erd and fragrance will gladden life andplease
theti-senses. Even now the hill sides art - put
ting on their cheerful . green, and indications
aregenerally' that we may expect an abund
iinebtfrom the fair promises cif 'spring. C.
L. BOwman, No. 1 corner of-Front and Mar
ket streets, has also provided-a boquet of
,floWdr . s in the beautiful style of new dress
goodi for ladies. The gentleman's depart
ment of cloths, cassimeres and Yestings have
not been neglected, and, indiedTwe have the
largest and best stock of dry.goods in Harris
burg) Please call and see.
COLIRATE'S IIONI•;.Y SOAP
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such -
wand, is made from the choicest materials, is na
and emoll,ent in its nature, fragrantly seem. r
and extremely beneficial in Its action upon the st . .in
For sale by all Druggists and. Fancy Goods Dealers.
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 fur children.
Splendid assortmeut of cloth for croaks.
The cheapest hoop skirts in the city.. •
20 spring hoop skirts, best quality, 75 cts.
Beautiful skirts for one dollar.
The largest assortment of hoop skirls.
500 dozetilisalles' stockings at all prices.
A splendid assortment of cambric.
Irish linen, a line lot from auction.
A lot of last summer's dry goods, 25 cents a yard.
Dry goods at 25 cents, 30 cents, 35 Cents and all prices.
We. will _sell off a large lot of dry goods cheap ,which
we have.ontand yet from last season. S. LEWRY.
Military Business Attended To.
Bounty, Pension, Back .Pay, Subsistence and Military
and War Claims, generally, made out and collected. Per
semi residing.at a distance can have their. business trans
acted by mail, by addressing .. •
EUGENE SNYDEB„ Attgraey-at-Law
dell-dry • • • Third street; Harr` b3burg,.Pa.
A PHYSIOLOGICAL vie* of MARRIAGE.
containing nearly 300 pages, and 130 fine plates and
Engravings of the Anatomy of the Sexual Organs in a
state of Health , and ;Dien, with a Treatise on Self
Abuse, its Deplorable' Consequence upon the Mind and-
Body, with the Author's elan of . Treatment—the only
rational and successful mode of sure, as shown by the re
port of cases treated. A truthful adviser .to the married,
and thopeo.contempiating inarriage, who entertaip doubts
of their physical condition - ; sirit free br postage to any
address, on receipt of 20crintic in stamps or postal cur
.13y addreasing pr. CH O q, No. Zi't Maiden Lade
Albany', N. T.
For the core of Hoarsehoss, Throat Dil3-
eases ' et 6.,!. Tedoirmieltded to
ministers, singers,and persona whose vocatiosa
c then to speak in ' Mearalahenred
only by &L.:Pawn:l# CO., ,Elarriabarg,
Pa-, t:2.whom all orders shOald,:be addressed.
i tiold by druggist every where.-
`Mead the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen; . •
• - HARBIIIBMIG, Feb. Bth, '1864.
C. A. BANITVAmr--Dear Sir: I - haYe - used
Brown's Bronchial Trochee, Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throaCtroubles, and in comparison with them
all, can cheerfully commend your own as a
moseadmirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I have. found them serving in
time of need, most effectually. , .
Yourstruly, T. IC: ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
lagree • with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Binxivart's Troches.,
• W. C. CATTRT , L, •
Late Pastor of 0. t. Presbyterian Church.
ELtitutialtrae, Jan., 1864
To C. A. Bamtvenr—.Dear Sir: In the habit
of speaking very frequently, and .in places
where thil - vecal organs `are vebr much taxed.,
I have found the - need of solnegentle expecto
rant, and that want has been, uppliod in your
connder them very far supprior 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, &A. •
JNO. WALKER JACKSON.
ItaStOr of the Locust St. Methodist Church:
To C. A. I,34.lllivAßT—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 s or singing..
Yours,'&o:, G. G. RAKESTRAW,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church,
'.:DISTRICT - ATTOICNRIeS OFFICE,
Himussrato, Feb. 29, 1864.
To C. A. BANxviarr-Dear Sir: I have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthening the
muscles of the throat. They impart:dearness
to the was; and are certainly of great bene
fit to all speakers. r < A. 3. HERB
I Lake this motliod of - ohoorfullk.tluinking , the-publics
for past favors; and still sulleit their, kind , attention to my
medicines. To toll C•itall thekwoodefful dbrisS I hare been
able to perform woald „be. impossible. I /would call the
attention of the bulks paiileularly to - this valuable medi
cine. I think tcan safely say it is the very best offered
to them. Yegulate -the whole system; can be
,taken at any time; no fear need be apprehended in re
gard haVo - also -- a valuable Salve to kill piniid
ilEigi t and another to draw and heal.- This has healed
*4'o that haye'ijiii2Oiens.,^ 'My Ilyamiler3i, -,..11i0pa , In
fant cordial and sough Drops have been well tried...l
need say nothing ,their Savor. I have congtantly.
hand these Medicines end Salves. MRS. L HALL, •
marl 6 NC. 27 Sdiuth Pine street. Harrisburg. Pa.
NO. 4. JONES' gOW.
TrIFIR UNDERSIGNED respectfullywAprms
A. the public that he has purchased the
HAT AND CAP. STORE
Late the property of T..J. BURNETTi.ditieased,and:tbal
he will continue the business at the;old' ittend, wher4 he
Will constantly keep on band a general' assorttnent of
HATS, CA - PS, .-/ke
' Cl? . THE LATEST STYLES,
which will be sold at reasonable rates
A liberal share of patronage is respectfully solielhat
mar2B-420u a LONG.
DISSOLUTION 9F. PARtloir*B.HIP.
rFIEEE • partnership . heretofore existing be
tween the undersignO, lathe Military Claim Agency
' , Business, is dissolved by mutual' consent from and after
this date. THOMAS C; MARDOWELL.
,-- • THOMA.TA: MAOUIRE.' '
Harrisburg, April 2,8, lgat. ' ap29-dair
Greason • SeMinary.
A SELECT, BOARDING SCHOOL, forpu
tm_,pils of both M
olted sfx:Milee pest 9f Car:
Ode, on the CtintiAalley . R. ft! ;Paidle tidinittod'at' an'
tinse And charged only from date of entrance.
,For.circular , call ntyl. Knoche's Musk ROOM, 93 Mar
ket,,streetvlfarriibfirgi or address
- • ' HUNTINGTON SAUNDERG,
gumb. co., Pa.
JOHN A. xlicr - LgR
42.0 :II 11.. ,
HA.F.HHT STHERT, ABOVE FOURTH,
(zrzrr TO ADAMS MD:PRESS OFFICE,)
Warrnnt.s, Claims,.,'government'. Securities, Checks
Youchers, &c., cashri. . mar2Sd2m*
20 B su O perio . r B m ß lce, Ell just li rec C eived and f 8 o; t f le a by v , erY
feta successors to Wm. Doak, Jr., &
J AVA.,irlditaaCEt, and laatttlyru. (IQtree at SHISLER it FRAZER
n 022 (Successors to W nook jr, & Co.)
/VILE OETABBILIVPAID VIifAIENLA uIL .VJ
1 ALvy and Day ,iMartiti'a Ltardon Etlacktng; , j3ist re
ceived and fin' *b .- by SHISLER & FRAZER,
fel nv - '((alcceasors th Win. ,Dock„ir & 1 a.)
T A I UR, SALE--A very: fuilidetnite - Tvie.:Duree
PEDLER WAGON--cheap for cash. Direct letter to
bOX No. 313, Harrislium, Pa- marlt-tf
HAMS! HAMS 11—Michett - er'S Eicelsior.
Just, cured. Iteccivod and for Bile .•
- saistEß & FRAZER,
(Sorneesonl rn W. cock, & co s
VINE N0.,1 MACKERE — L, in Kitts, justre
calved at -• .% • SHISLER & FRAZER.
mar3l (successors to Wirt. Dock, jr., k co.)
FINEF9ILS.—Fitto salsa oils just` riiceiNed
at • 811t8LER 71tAZER,
apBo • Sucoasors to W. Dock, Jr., 1¢ CO.
JOINT RESOLIJTION.proposing certain
amendments to the Constitution.
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of flepresentatives
of Me commonwealth cf Pennsylvania in Genera -Assem
bly met, Toat the following amendments be proposed to
the Constitution of the ...Commonwealth, In accordance
with the provisions of the tenth article thereof:
There shall be an additional section to the third article
of the Constitution, to be designated as section four, as
"Sscricer 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 es are, or shall be
prescribed by law; as fully as if they were present at
their usual place of election."
SECTION 2. There shall be two additional sections to the
eleventh article of the. Con.stitutibli, to be designated as
sections eight and nine, as.follows: -
"Ssaitti2 8. No bill shat ptvaed 16y the Legislature,
containing more than one subject, which shell, boo' dearly
expreed in the title, except appropriation bditt"
"6ECTIOX 9. No bill glinithe pissed by the,
granting any powers, or privileges 7 in any, case, where the
authority to grant such powers, or privileges, has ,been,
or may hereafter be, conferred upon- the 4ourts of. this
. - HENRY C. JOHNSON,
Rpeaker of the House of Representatives.
JuiLS . P. PeANEy,
,Speciker of the &nate.
OFFICE OF TEE SECRETARY OP TITS eopIONWEAI.I . I7,
IlAssmatr ito,Aprit 25, DOA.
Pennsylvania, ss: •
I do hereby eertify,that Ike foregoing is a full, true
and Correct cop or the original Joinviteaolution
of the General,,itettibly, entitled L , A-Joint,
• Resolution proposing ,certain Amendments to
• the Constitution," as the hamoromaats on tile in
IN TESTIMONY whereof; I have hereunto set my
[t. a.] hand end caused the. awl or. the Secretary's .ut
flee to be affixed, the day and:yearabove written.
Secretary of , the Commonwealth.
The above resolution having , been agreed to by a ma
jority of the member? et' each Rouse, at two successive
sessions of the tieneral,Assernoly of this Commonwealth,
the proposed amendments will be submitte,l to the Ago.
pie,,for their adoption or rejection, on the FIRST TUESDAY
QT AUGUST, in the yoar of our Lord one thousnod eight
hundred and siX4-Ibur, in accordance with the tenth
cle or the Constitution, and the act, entitled An Act pre
scribing the LOOP mu manner or submitting to the people,
-14 their approval and: ratification" or rejection, the pro
posed amenoments to the Constitution, approved the.
twenty.tnii d-day of April, one thousond eight hinitOd:
and sixiy.rom . - ELL SIAFEtt,
Secretary of the
vrAit DEPARTMENT, CAVALRY BUREAU, I
OFFICE Or CLUMP QUAlrrEfiaLisT
D. C., April 26, - 1864.
W.LLL be sold at public auction, to the
highest bidder, at the times and places named be
low, vizi -
Gettysburg, Penn's, Monday May 9th.
Altoona, Yetaila, Thursday, May 12th.
renn'ajbutzday May 19th- .
Reading, Penu l a, Thursday, May zeta.
Lebanon, l'eull'a, Thursday, .June 2d.
Northomberland, Penn , u, 'Thursday, Jane 9th.
Scranten, Penn'it,i,Thursday, June 16tb.
Williamsport, Peen'a, Thursday, June 23d.
One Hundred (100; horses at Gettysburg, and Two Hun
dred and Fifty (25u) at each of the utherplaces.
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
be had. • "
Horses will he sold singly.
Sales begin at 10A )a., and continue daily till all are
TESMS: CASH in United SUtteg. Treasury notes only.
JAMES A. ES,IN.
ap2B-dtd . Lt. Col and C. 11 . : , ..DE. Cavalry fitur,an.
ririFiTS is the most delightful and extraordi
nary article ever discovered. It Changes tne sun
burn and Face 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 belie
of fashiiin. it removes tan, freckles, pimples, ancirough-,
ness of the skin, leaving tile. complexion fresh, transpa
rent and sthooth. It contains no material. injurious to the
skin. Patronized by Attie - nee and'Opera Mager& It is
what every lady should have, Sold wholesale and re
tail by • g. A. RUNKEL St BRO.,
speo-dir 118 Market street Harrisburg.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY , AT PUB
raj sAtE.Zasilftliti IktAtelitlatton;AtltoiAt's
Hall, Market street; onAaturilay, May 7th,
twee o'clock in the afternoon, the lot of ground situate on
the corner of State street and Fourth street, in the city of
Harrisburg, Manaiding 100 feet on State street, 200 feet'on
Fourth street, opposite the Capitol grounds, and 100 feet
TERMS_; en per cent. of the purchase money-on-the
safe, one-haat - vitt& thirty days, and the remaining halt
in ono year4rom day or sale, with interest,* behecured'
by bond and mortgage on the property.
apoo-dtd , . C. C. MULLIN, Agent.
Thomas C. MacDpwell,
t't o r . ft . 43 y-att -T-4 .
OFFICE IN THIRD BELOW PINE.
ILLL Dimmer- of Military Claims promptly
attended to, and claims Collected agalist the General
or state tiovernments, either in 'Congtea, the Court of
Claims at - Washington city, or atliarrisburg, without un
necessary delay, and on moderate terms. ap29-d6m.
• - NEW
PHILADELPHIA CLOAK STORE.
CIRO UL ARS.
1,000 CLOAKS from $7 00 to $25 00,
NEW CLOAK STORE,
D. W. GROSS? . NEW BLOCK,
Pr. :.T.TP. KELLER'S
GWILTLAR - DENTIFitIOEI ,
- - 41XERIGO• TOOTH NV ; AEHI
E - elegtat - iiiifipitratioßS eptiablif‘ the
most desirable cleansing and _astringent nualitlea
They MiidePtha Gums hard add healthy; neutralize the
acid 'secretions of the mouth, ltligebY removing the
Prime caqs, of decay . ) By their deteralie properties they
prellerVe the natural odor of the Teeth, without in the
mast degree injuring the enaMel, while they impart to
the brea h a fragrance peculiarly aromatic and pleasant.—
In fact they_are THE-BEST ANCIOLES in use for the Pur
poses flatbed, as afair trial will fully demonstrate; and
as has been abundantly proved by their e.itblisive se.le in
this community:daring the last 14 years;' and which will
be readily testified to by many who haie 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 Second
and Walnut streetsi • • -JOHN P. KELLER,
For Bale also by the principal Druggists of the dity.
ROACHES, kc. 1864
As Spring apinMiches ,
Ain S and ROACHES
From their holes come out,
And MICE and RATS,
in spite of 'CATS, .
Gaily skip about.
poritats, IYlice , p.oaches, Apia, 14.0,,8ug5,
-3los4nites, Dlothi in Piirs, Woolens, etc.,
Insects on Plants, Powls, , Amlmalso etc.
"15 yenxs established-in,N. 1.-City."
"Only intitllible , remedies known."
"Free from Poisons." •
"Not...dangerous to the Human Family.'
"Rata come out of their holes to die.
Sold by all Druggists everywhere
owl I I BEWARE ! 1 ! of all worthlosB.lwitations.
pai-" Costar's" Doßot, No. 483 Broadway,.N..Y.
AGrSold bY. ' }4.• W. GROM & CO.,
. - • - • Wholesale and retail agents,
marl6-daw6m • • - ' • ' l, - Harrisburg,. Pa
ORANGEg 1 1-20 boxes in
•N.4.llpitimo order. Just received wholesale and,retail
i. B .O I SIZR & FRAZER,
rb2. - • successors, t
s o Wm. Deck, jr., & CO.)
CORNER OF SECOND AND SOUTH STS.
WM. HITCHCOCK. Sole Proprietor.
G. L. HALL Stage itmager.
WHITCHCOCK respectfully informs
. the public that the above elegant palaceof amuse
ment will be re-opened on
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 9TH,
With an entire new campany of popular artists carefully
selected from the principal places in the country, forming a
FIRST CLASS MINSTREL TROUPE,
interspersed with a variety of singing and dancing, an en
tertainment superior to any ever presented to the citizens
of Hari isburg. .
Tne Hallhas been repainted and fitted up in the most
wady and elegant style, and every attentl.aa will be paid
• to the comfort Of its patrons, tb e accommodations for ladies
being superior to any place of amusement in the cay, it
b'elng the intention of tue proprietor to make it
A FAMILY. RESORT,
.presenting, as it will, a
FIRSS cLA.so r ENTERTAIN.4ENT.
Grand re=opening ezilit9NDAY NETT. - MAY 9.
THIRD STREET,, BELOW MARKET,
REAR OF Ittlat'S AOTEL.
GREAT BILL THIS EVENING
Together with the
Et C) R D W L . ALA S
NEW SONGS, NEW DANCES, AND Tel GREAT
MR. BIRDWELL, MISS BIRDWELL,
21,...NF0RD, DIAMOND, wmumis AND MYERS
Concluding with a new
.ROMEO AND aIi_TILIT.
ROMEO (0 love sick swain) Mr. DORDWELL.
JULIET (crazy in love) ..... . . __MRS A. BbRDWELL
OLD CAYULAT (a roaminit daddy) Ar. SANFORD.
MERCUTIO (a pat or au Irislimao) Mr. DIAMOND
TYBOLT (a xegular Mose) Mr. WILLIAMS..
Look out for
' WITH Tin
BORDWELLS fl TUJ CAST
Orchestra Seats can be procured In advance at Bann
vart'a Drug Store. .
Doors open at 6%. Commencs Xto 8.
Police always in attendance 'to preserve order.
.admittance 25 - cents.
• Orchestra chairs, 50 cents.
.Prwate boxes. entire; $5 each; sineje seats, $1 'each.
LOOK OUT Rut
Harris & Clifton's
Burlesque Opera Troupe
THURSDAY AND 111 D -if, MAY 6th AND 6th.
TALS'THOLIPE is acknowledgea, by the
Press and public, where they have had the
honor of appeasing; 'be the' greatest
bination or Artistic excellence and the most
original Ethiopian Delineating Trpiipe ever
-before consolidated under one management
MASTERS OF THEIR PROFESSION
HARRIS & CLIFTON Sole Proprietors
FRANK WaTSLOV, Agent.
J. NORRIS, Stage Manager.
Tickets for sale at Bannvart's drug store
CANTERBURY MUSIC TIAL.L
WALNUT ST., TsRLOW 'IIEDID.
,OPEN EVERY EVENING,
With a First-class COmpany of
SINGERS, - DANCERS, ' comEntAxs, sco.,
- Admission.. .................. 15 cants
Ammo) Roxes ...,... ~ ..... .....,...... 25
MIS() E L LAN BO US.
SCHOMA.C.KER . & CO.'S PIANOS
TOO well known in this to need•com
mendation. In use by
Altdpanyother distinguished citizens. The undersigned
offers - these stMerb instruments at prices that teannot Pail
Dgcommand public patronage.
R—No OLD stock on hand.
- Sole Agent tior'ttie Unrivalled'
BRILDBIIILY 9 S CELeBRATED PIA OS.
Chicseriug , s and several ,other of the very bees makep.
None but perfect instruments seal ' -
and see hugest stuck out of great cities.
mer2B-tf S. WARD, Thlfti streevimpje Store.
MILLI ri lie 6 - kyb
MRS. J. RIBBS,
NO. 8 MARKET MIYAKE,
(Next door to Felix's Confectionery,)
WHERE STIP, IS PREPARED to sell to
the ladies of Harrisburg and vicinity the -
Latest Styles of 11lillinery and Fancy Goof%
At cheaper prices than any house intim city. Tlaequality
of her goods cannot be surpassed.
DRESS MAKINV IN VIE LATEST STYLE
Will be neatly executed.
Ladies call and examine for yourselves. aplB-dtjyrl
PLEASE call at the Subscriber's place of
business and be measured for a perfect fitting
siffltT. The subscriber also keeps on hand a large sup
ply of ready made SHIRTS, and also :Slifrt- Patterns, for
sale. All kinds-of stitching - done to jhe'stioitest order.
apl9-eodlm*- Walnut street, opposite the Exchange.
Schuylkill. and. Snsquehsinna, Railroad
• OFEICY.: 2 22 S. FOURTH STREET,
Prunrampar4, April 4th, 1864.
HE annual meeting of tho Stockholders
this Company and an election for President aid x
Managers will take place at the Office of the Company
Monday, the 24 day of May next, at 12 o'clock, u.
ap6-dtm2 W. 11.. WEBB, Secretary.
TINGLESH BREAKFAST .TEA.—Just re=
eeived, a line chest of EAglish'Ereakfast Tea, at
SEMLER' & FRAZER'S
_Jr.Wm. Dock, -
FFIHE first of the season,. fine large Burling
lon Herring, just.receiied at
, SEMLER &
(stii.p.Pcama to Wm. Dock,Jr J..^.)
LM sa l eS foron the-comer of d and
,Brond streets- :Enquire of If* C.' morARDEN.
moriAir , _ :
IS THE VITAL PRINCIPLE OF THE PINE TRH?,
Obtained by a peculiar process hi the dis
tillation of the tar, by which its highest med
ical properties are retained:
nave you a Gough ? Have you Sore The out
Have you any of the premonitory symptoms
of that most fatal,klisease, Consumption?
Those who should be warned by theso
symptoms genbrally think lightly of them
until it is too late, From this fact, perhaps
more than any other, arises the sad preva
lence and-fatality of disease wnich sweeps to
the grave at least "one-sixth" of death's
Consumption has destroyed more of the
human family than any other disease, auddlie
best physicians-for many years have desp.dred
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 effi
ciency in the Pine Tree Tar to heal the lungs;
therefore they have recommended the, AS " of
Tar Water:which in many cases'had Ood
effect; but how to combhis the ingdical pro
perties. so as to heal the 'Tangs, has ever been
a mystery until it was discovered by Dr. L.
Q. C. WISIL&RT, of Philadelphia, Pa., the
proprietor Of Pine. Tree Tar Cor
Many, not only of the people, but physi
oo..ot every .school and practice, are daily
asking me, "What is the principle or cause of
your success in the treatment of Pulmonary
Conaumptian My answer is this:
The invigoration of the digestive organs --
the strengthening of the debilitated system
the purification and enrichment of the blood,
must expel from the system the corruption
which scrofula breeds. While this is effected
by the powerful alterative (changing from
disease to health) properties of the Tar Cor
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, subduinginflamma
don, said restoring a healthful tendency. Let
this two-fold power, the healing and the
'strengthening, continue to act in conjunction
with Nature's constant recuperative tendency,
and the patient is saved, it he has not too
long delayed a resort to the means of cure.
I ask all to read the following certificates.
They are from men and women of unques-
Aonable worth and reputation:
DR. Wisitsaz—hear Sir: —I had a very
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 balled 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 related my case to you, purchased one
bottle of your Pine Tree Tar Cordial and I
commenced to nse it, and in one week I was
much better, and after using three bottles
am perfectly well, and a wonder to all my
friends, for they all pronounced me past cure.
Publish my case if you think proper.
REBECCA. ITA M I LTON.
No. 1321 Wylie street, Philadelphia.
Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial is an
infalliable cure for Bronchitis, Bleeding of
the Lungs; Sore Throat and Breast, TofbLonna
tion of the Lungs.
Mr. WARD says:
Du. Wisruarr—Hir:----I had Bronchitis, hi
flammation of the Lungs, Shortness of Breath,
and Palpitation of the Heart in their worst
forms; Iliad been treated by several of the
most eminent physicians in Philadelphia, but
they could not stop the rapid course 01 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, alter
using four large, and one small, bottles, I was
restored to perfect health. ion can give re
ference to my house, No. 968 N. Second street,
- or at my office of Receiver of Taxes, from
L.-at. to 2P. pt., corner of Chestnut and Sixth
streets. JOHN WARD.
Read the following from Utica:
Wunturr--Dear take plt?asure
in informing you through this source that
your Pine Tree Tar Cordial, which was recom
mended fo.tmy daughter by Dr_ J. A. Hail,. of
thin city, has cured her of a cough .of more
than five months' standing. I had thought
her beyond cure, and had employed the best
of:medical: aid without any benefit. 1 can
cheerftdly recommend it to the public as a safe
and sure remedy for those similarly afflicted,
as I know of many other.c.ases besides that of
my daughter thatit has entirely cured of long
standing coughs. Yours respectfully,
JOHN. V. PARSER, Daguerretin Artist.
126 Geuessee street, Utica, N. Y.
• • have. used -Dr. Wishart's
Pine Tree Tar Cordial in my family, and ca
cordially recommend it as a valuable and safe
medicine for'colds; coughs and to those pre
disposed to consumption.
Dr. G. A. FOSTER, 160 Genessee street,
The above are a few among the thousands
which th's great remedy has saved from an
We have thousands of letters from phytti
clans and druggists who have prescribed and
sold the Tar Cordial, saying that' they have
`raver used or sold a medicine which gave
such universal satisfaction.
The Tar Cordial, when taken in connection
with br. Wishart's Dyspepsia Pills; is, an in
fallible cure for Dyspepsia.
The Pam TREE Tait CORDIAL, will cure
Coughs, Sore Throat and Breast, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Diptheria, and is
alit) an excellent remedy for, diseases of the
kidneys andfemale complaints.
BEW.AI*. OF CpIINVERPFUTS
genuine has the name of the proprietor and a pine
brown in the bottle. AU others are spurious imita-
PRICE FIFTY CENTS and OsE Daudikper Born..r. Yr
ink:reci only by the Proprietor, ,
No. 10 North Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
15,,Kby Drocestseverreb_ ,ere at Wholesale by a. 4
del** ad New York Wltokieele Ihuggtsla.
Utica. New -York.
Dr. L. Q. C.W,ishart„