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FRIDAY EVENING, hlal 21. ISA
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. — N II Agrees.-
ti;cmcnts, Business Notices, Marriages,
Deaths, &C., to secure insertion In the
TELEGRAPTI, must invariably he emeom
par.ed with the CASE.
Advertisements ordered in the regular
Evening Edition ore inserted in the Morn
ing Edition without extra charge.
TOWN AN 11 COUNTRY.
01111 readers should not forget that the Pic
nic of the Moulders' Association will take
place on illonday next.
Tun street sprinkler finds its "occupation
gone," again. Mud has taken the place of
dust on the streets.
TICE heavy rains of this week have caused
the river to rise considerably, ' and stir up the
mud in its "bed," giving the water in the
reservoir a cloudy appearance.
ON Mond/ly next, the magic wheel will com
mence to rexolve; in front of the Court House.
Fortunate are thMle diStriets• that - have filled
GREEN PsAs and cabbage have made their
appearance at the provision store& In a few
days there will doubtless be a general:assort
ment of "green truck" offered for Sale.
GEORGE Ho/2ms, arrested here a few days
ago, for stealing a horse from Abraham Hgr
shey, of Lancaster county, has been removed
to the Lancaster prison.
FREE Los . cm—A free Lunch will be given
at George Hoffman's SaloOn, in Strawberry
alley, near Fourth street, between the'h6nrs
of ten and one o'clock, to-morrow (Saturday)
SAD SPECTACLE.—Yesterday the train from
Baltimore had on board a father who had in
charge two of his sons, soldiers, - who had
been severely wounded, and .the corpse of
another, who had been killed in battle. He
was taking themito :his home. r :
OWING to the high price of material, &c.,.
the blacksmiths of this city have beetiocan;
pelled to increase the prices of r their'W'ork.
Hereafter they will charge two dollars
. for a
full set of new horse shoeS, and eighty'nents
for re-setting: shoes.
DON'T fail to see Wyman, the great wizard,
at Sanford'a Hall, this 'evening. Go, see the
most mysterious feats ever performed. Web-;
er's orehe4tra mill be in-'altendance.
Remember the matinee for families, to-mor-
WOUNDED SOLDIERS AT • X ORR.--"Up to last
Monday nigtiat, something over 500 wounded
soldiers had arrivnd in York from the scene
of the recent battles. About L5OO or 2,000
more are expected, and preparations are in.
progress for their reception. The Washing
`tonnall has already been taken, and other
buildings will also be occupied, the hospital
buildings not ! being sufficient to accommodate
s o large a number.
AUCTION SA:LF. OF lumirrimE.--gnsminger
& Adams will sell, to-morrow, (Saturday,)
the residence of Mr. David Swang t er, on River
alley, near Mulberry street, his entire stock
of Household and Kitchen Furniture, sale
commencing at 2 o'clock, r. M.
Also; Will sell, tomorrow (Saturday) after
noon, at 2 o'clock, at-the Court House, that
certain valuable' Steam Saw Mill, located be
tween Ihe Penna. R. R. and Penna. Canal.—
For further particulars see advertisement. z
ENSMINGER & ADAMS, Auctioneeni.
POLICE A-137Anis.-713efore the Mayar.—Af
fairs were somewhat dull at the Mayor's office
few cases being disposed of.
John Miles, Musser, Robert King, George
Woods and R. Quigley, soldiers, all drink
and disorderly, were headed over to the Pro
Georgianna Zimmerman, found in a state of
drunkenness, in the street, was fined and- dis
Henry Heller, charged with the larceny of
three watches,from the store of Samuel Luella,
on Market street, was commitfed to prison.
CONTRIBUTIONS FROM SCHOOLS OF llAims-
RIOT,. TO THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR, PRILA,
DELP/M — Edward Shippen, Esq., Chairman
of the Schdol Committee for the Great Cen
tral Fair, has acknowledged 'the receipt of the
following contributiOns from the Soho°l4 of
Female Secondary School, N. W., Miss
Jane Mowry $50.73
Female Seconds' i School, N. W., Miss:; -*
Eliza A.. Bishop . ..... ........ 46 25
Female Secondary School, Miss "
C. P. Hetzel •
2nd Female Primary School, N. W.,
bliss 13. Hynicba ........... 3'_2o
'2nd Female Primary School, N. W.
Miss Mary E. Till 7 'B6
2nd Female Primary School, N. W.,
Miss Amy. Rouston 3.50
"Yhe little girls in Miss Till's room deserve
special praise for their contribution—having
saved their pennies. All have done well. M.
Shipper says that out of Philadelphia the
contributions thus far from Harrisburg 'are
most liberal, and ahead of other counties.
Donations of Fancy Articles have been made
by the following schoolc,:svhich will be duly
acknowledged by the Committee:
From N. W. Female High School, Miss
A... Y. Woodward, about--; :... $5O 00
From N. W. Female Grammar Sehdpl,
Miss Matilda Benjamin.... ... . . 58 '27
From the S. W. Female High School,
Miss M. E. Gill • ......155:00
From the S.W. Secondary High School,
Miss A M. Hays. 37,00
The pupils of these schools labored dili
gently. The articles forwarded were beauti
ful—especially can this be said of the large
and handsonie contribution from Miss Gill's
THE Bethel Sabbath School of 'Middletown
I has contributed $61.29 to the Christi= Coln
GEN. JOSEPH KNIPE. —We are pleased to
learn that this gallant offices was not so se
riously wounded as was reported. A ball
struck him on the shoulder, inflicting a flesh
wound, but the General is still on duty.
DEAT.II OF JUDGF, N/LL.—We learn by tele
graph that Judge Nill, of the Franklin dis
trict, died in Chambersburg, to-day. Deceased
was an honest, upright man. He was elected
Judge, in 1862, as a War Democrat, over Hon.
Wilson Reilly, Breckinridge candidate.
HOTEL KEEPERS and liquor retailers gener-!
ally, will find it to their advantage to call at
the wholesale store of George Winters, on
Second street, near Chestnut, where there is
a splendid assortment of liquors of all kinds,
warranted pure and the best in the market.
See advertisement in another column. f' • ;
OFF TO THE Wen. —Splendid Entertainment.
—Grand Saturday Night BM—fp/1r; Dunoist of
the threatrical company.thathis .lieent;elaer:
taining our citizens, villVve a grand enter-',
taintnent in Brant's Hall, to-morrow %tar-.
day) evening, on which occasion there win be;
a great variety 1411 presented. The perform.:
:ince will consist ofthe - -ftne p 1 IT entitled (etc',
the War, besides singing and. Lianbing by the;
stars of the company ''This - ia a :grand bill, :
and we hope to see the ;11s11 crowded to its ut
most capacity. This is tnelaSt,aPpearanee of
the company. Let all who desire to witness
a grand entertainment, attend. .
FUNERAL OF 14eurazienr lucrpn. —The body
of Lieut. J. Henry Knipe, who was shot on
the 15th Met, in the charge made' by Gen:
Knipe's command, at Itesaba, and died on:the
17th,has arrived hert,and the'funeral willialte
place from the residence, of Gen. Knipe, on
State street, near Third, ',to- , morrow (Satur
day) morning, at 10 o'clock. It was reported
that• the Ilietiteniiiit who Waiver'. A. Dr 4. on
the General's Stag) had been literally shot to
piepe&Thiel . was not cori.ect. He - Was shot
throughathe bowels arid lived two days, after
receiving the wound. His. hiss will he deeply
lamented by, a large circle of friends 'arid
A Mae. Crams, of Luzerne county, this
Stile was arrested in:Benin:tare 'on Tuesday : .
upon the charge of saying she was a ".leiit.te,
could cut the throat of Abrahain Linctilfi and
supported the Southern Confederacy.. She
'also was reported to have said that Qemeral
Lee stopped at her house during the invasion
of Pennsylvania last year. Upon being
brought before Major 'Rayner, Acting Provost
Marshal, She: denied the. charges (which had
been sworn to by two parties ) ) said she had
husband in..the 143 d Pennsylvania regiment,
and would like to know how she could -be a
Southern woman, as she had recommendations
from Senator Cowan and two other United
States Senators_ She bad been to Washing
ton to see her husband, and was on her way
home at the time of her arrest. She -con
sented'citake'the oath of allegiance, and was
then allowed to go her way.
Ax Orricur," Jors;--It is a notorious fact
that drivers of hacks and omnibuses have very
little regard for the safety of the limbs and
conveniences of pedestrians. These drivers
have no hesitation in violating a city
Ordinance by stopping on a "street crossing
just as long as they please. ,To-daY Mayor
.liontafort, in that felicitous and jocular man
ner peculiar to his Honor, while digesting a
good' dinner, rather frightened a driver of an
omnibus belonging to the. regular 'depot line.
The omnibus had been.. , atopped full on the
crossing . . at the "corn er of Market and
Third streets, compelling pedestriansl,Who
desired to pass, to w.slk around it, through
the mud. ; His Honor, corning, up 'abont
this time; paused oroly for a . m:onient, unob
served by the Jeh,u in > charge of the 'bue,
whom he gently, touched on the tilhoulder,
with the remark: "I must see you at my
office, sir, at four o'clock this ,afternoon:"
Jehu understood what his Horiornaelnkt„ and.
the crowd present tookthe leseon thft admin
istered to a negligent driver, in the very best,
of humor, while his Tremor passed on to his
office, satisfied that the law and its majesty
were Vindicated. Let all careless Johns take.
warning front this incident.'
StrPRIDER Dietrizt--Mer 26.
1864.--Court - commenced at 9 o'clock. Pre
seut, Woodwirol, " Chief" Justice ; Justices
Thompson., Strong, Read and. Agneir.
Hughes vs. Commonyrealtit•• of Pennsylva
nia. Dauphin county. Snbanitted. -
Hale vs. Sterrett,..
Alexander.for plaintiff:in error Ntoods for di!-
fendant in error.
Weaver vs. Huntingdon;MidOad Top
Railioad and COal tlompany.
Suggestion of diminution, of record. -:Affidavit
filed and motion exit. •
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ex ro. q.
0. Zimmerman vs. IL D. Moore; State treasu
rer: Dauphin enmity. Argued.' .71irDowell
and*Meredith. 'Judgment for 414 •Mnaori
Adjoarnesito meet at Philadelphia; Jane
c oußTE . T a ff az anzarbamoxs.—The Phil ndel
hia Bulletin describes a counterfeit green=
back just'put into "circtdatiOn. it of the
denomination 0f,520. The public should
on the lookout for the new bogus bill. Th e
"We have been shown a osamterfeit twenty
dollar United States TreaSury note,' whi6hi-is
well calculatedlccdeceive. - It is printed on
remarkably good paper,• though not -quiair se
thick as the genuine. The one we examined
was lettered C; New Series 7, and numbered
21,152. The vignette, a female. Agar% wee
well engraved, but the drawing,of the. Treasury
Department on the left of the vignette win
bad. The ends of the note, across w are
the words "Twenty Dollars" in capitals, - were
smeared to look as if the note hadbeen much
handled. The word " Twenty " printed all
around the note in small letters were tolexe
bly well iminated, while the same` May v be
iaidthe.medallions and the Treasu4r'seed
s t amp , back of the note was scarcely as
good as the face, the green being rather pale.
Still; la a-whole, the note was well calculated.
6 deceive, and_ persons should sertitiidze
greenbacks of this denertkination with. more
oars than is usually done. -
RESISTANCE TO TUE LAWS-Drt l lll6
Ontety.--On Sunday cycningliistXtp
Carpenter and Lieut. Harper, of CO.; P.
Penna. neg., proceeded to the rcsidenee, of
Jacob Henry,- in Decatur township, Mifflin
county, for the purpose of arresting. HeWS
three sons, John, Isaac and Lewis, who were
deserters from the above named regiment.—
Upon entering the house, the father seized a
gun, and amore he, would Ataiot any United
States officer who would attempt to arrest his
sons. Lieut. Harper sprang forward, took
hold„of. the gun, and endeavored to take it
froin:Heitryteie pieTetiti hinOrmdi s4OPrig.k-
In the scuffle the gun was discharged, the
contents entering the body of Henry,
died shortly afterwards.
The deserters w,exe since-arrested, and were
brought to this city yesterday. It is said that
this was their second desertion.
The Lewistown Gazette, in alluding to the
case, says: "Mb Cov.tperhead.teach
ings in that township has thus at last culmi
nated in bloodshed, and an ignorant and mis
guided man, relying on those who had taught
him that he had ciriglit to'-sdidot, has paid the
penalty of his folly with his life. On their
heads rests his blood. Nor need the sons, nor
their alders and abettors, imagine they can
much longer set the Government at defiance.
The hour for tritliny with - traitors and tortes has
GENRIVAL,' CthiFE.R 7
F.Ner—Ttoenty-first Day.—After the usual de
votional exercises, the report of the Committee
on Episcopacy was talten up:
The-follwing Raw, which of
. depqral in
teieg, wag pa,ssecl: • = r
Your Committee have respectfully consid
ered the resolutions directing us to consider
the expediency of so amending the discipline
as to 17 . 07,414i,lhat;the'Bishop', shall .‘ fix the
appftemtinerits' of the' Pieschets with the - ad
vice of the Presiding Elders," and report that
in our judgment the change should' - not be
The Presiding Elders, therefoie, are simply
adviisers,inAlas i mniring of appointments, as
they have been inili`e past.
The:following was offered by the Commit
tee, and after being considered, was adopted:
The Committee has considered the resolu
tion respecting the appointment-of •superan
nuated and local preachers, and report that
we deem a more explicit law regulating the
label's of superannuated and local preachers
deSirabli,'and, inihe k ineantime, submit the
in the case as embodying
the spirit of the dlsUipline e and recommend
its adoption, viz;
Resolved, That when superannuated and
local preachers are employed in the pastoral
work ;gni law of limitation applies to then 4
uucl ttatitha-lina' iiiiikri 3 tiFon title -appointing
power applies to the Presiding Elders as well
as to the Bishop.
- The report of the Conimittee on - Revisals
was then taken up.
1. This item proposes to leave the selection
of Stewards to a vote of the Quarterly Confer
ences annually, taking from the . Pastor the
right of nomination.
A. motion was made, to lay the i proposition
upon the table, so as to leave the discipline
as it is. Upon this the yeas and nays were
called, with the following result: Yeas 138,
The part of the report in reference to the
order of public worship, was passed. The
changes of the order' ere- very slight. The
Lord's Prayer is:alliays to be used at the close
of the opening prayer, and the people are to
join audibly in the same with the Minister.—
.A lesson from the Old. Testament and one from
the New Testament is required in the morn
The use of the Ritual is invariably to be
It was Ordered ;that ono sU• ,more in each
Church be selected to lead the singing.
It was also ordered that upon a minister
corninglrom the Church Sbuth and desiring
to join the M. E. Church, he is required to
give satisfa:cfory aisuratideeto an Annual or
Quarterly ,Conference of his loyalty to the.
National Government, and his hearty approval
of the anti-slavery doctrine of the church.
Rev. Bishop Baker was associated with the
Committee authorized to edit the Discipline. ,
It is' made the'diity of the minister ic . ) record
all marriages and baptisms, and to make
quarterly- reports of all who have been re
ceived mto the church or expelled, also, the
names of those who have , been received or
dismissed by certificate and of those who have
died or withdrawn from the church.
The Rev. Bishop 'Janes arose and . stated
that he held in his hand a cane to be present
ed to the oldest minister now a member of
the General 'Conference, from 'Peter D. Myers,
of this city.
It contains this inscription: "Made from one
of the rafters of the old Rigging loft in Wil
liam street, New York, where the Methodists
,worshipped before they removed to Wesley
`Chapel, JOhn street, New York'. Presented
to May, 1864." ,
According to thg best information he had
been able to obtain the Rev. and Venerable
George Peck, of. •Wyoming,. MOlLperformed
for the longest period effee h tive service in the
- - - -
That gentleman came forward and. received
The cane in a very neat address,thanking
God fora long , life, and the donor or the me
mento precious for its asiociiiionk
THE CAUSE OF THAT ROSH.
It was brit a few days ago,
When Market street was . thronging
With - ladies - that' swayed to aid fro,
With ey_gs so bright and longing.
With wonder, everybody gazed
Upon theseiiaiing masses,
•.,But. everybody 10 . 464 amazed,
At the running of all -elitises
"Miss Annie, please," celled:ant Miss Kite,
!.'.What's going on with Mary ?",
"Pray don't keep me, or I'll be late,
• Indeed,'l must not tarry.:: ..:
Miss Kate felt rather queer at that;
Cool answer of Miss Annie,
Andwould have took her .by the,hat,
If She ha'd'ikt espied Mrs. Granny.
To her she.wellred and.esked her quick,
With eyeLepreading•flame and fire,
"Where to? Mrr Granny,so fine andslick!.
‘.l'm going, to Mrs, MeZes. '
".gqi:, she's, just reeeivedttheAktestetyles
Of Bonnetii Feii,th4ri,lteiedresses,
And fancy ggadi that really smile
In: everybody's faces." ,
And ere ss Kate went with the lest,
And bought to her desires,
And` trver since there she finds the hest
Ilirtiery goods at Mrs. DILYER'S,
Itarket street, between Second and Front
Boger's old stand. may 2.6-3 t.
Piztruen - amPirrkLem Es= RAILROAD 'EXTEIT
SION. —Me ailtilgelpy r a atar, Erie Railroad
is now AC)iqte - d-'ficriiiideraY Stitiim, ten miles
beyond St. l!lLSry's, =leaving bit ten or twelve
milesl to •be .comPleted, *bleb wits probaply
be finished early in.-July. 'Their telegraph
lme noyir.exthirdsto Mary's and Look
Haven-.,weit it is Operi fcir public bni4.eas
. ..• • . •
- 44 4 ,r.fivs - 4,11.0 A 'AI
To the Public.
'..;'.~' , -- - cv - Itunnertnea,- ,- May.-27, 1861..
I hayo hat. seen a bill announcing a Pic
nic at Hoffman 's WoOds, on Tuesday, the
31st„day May, 1864. "The proceeds to
purChase iVsword to be presented to Col. Jor
dan, of the 9th Penna. Cavalry, who has just
returned from Tennessee." I beg leave to say
that under no circumstances 'would I accept
of a sword. The Sanitary or Christian Com
mission would be a more worthy object.
I am yours truly,
THOS. J. JORDAN,
Col. 9th Penna,. Cavalry.
LARGE' - AntivAL OF, 'BOON
NT:W YO.g.ii AUCTION.
Pall yard bleached muslin at 80 cents; mirth 40
ceuiz , .
RI, etird muslin, at 25, sont,s; Worth 35 cents.
Bleached muslin, at 22 cents; worth 30 cents.
20 pieces orall_tool flannels cheap.
Black silk, at. $1 20; worth $1 37.
Black silk, at $l. 30; worth $1 00.
Black silk, at. $1.45 ;'.worth .$1 65.
2000 yard sof black saki" Born auction.
• "Beardiforpeirl colormilk finish alpaca.
Alpacas irpleather color, stone colas and other colors.
' White minibrics, soft, finished 5.4 French Cambric.
- Jacorretts, brilliants, Irishlinem. •
Shirt br.asts, all linen, at 25, zu, 35, 40 and 56 cents.
Splendid assortment of calicos •
• 'uOloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks.
Stockings, the best and cheapest. • -
Pocket handkerchiefs lbrdadies, atall prices.
• • Marseilles quilts and'crash for towels. -
We have now a verylarge stock of goods, aft bought ,at
reduced.pricw, and whlch•Nve will .sell at prices which
cannot fall.to give satisfaction • .
®We have also a'verf 1 irgelotof alpacas, cashmere cloth,
bombazines. :• • • • •S. LEWY.
,g To Clear" the House of Flies, use
Dutcher's eslebrited LIGHTNING ELY-KILLER, a neat,
cbeap article, .easy to use. Every sheet will kill a quart.
SOLD EVERYWHERE. • ; :
FRENCH, RICHARDS Itc CO , 10th; and Market streets,
'Philadelphia, Wholesale agents. " my24-d&tvBw
Pure Vegetabie Mediefne
ONE of - the *Cu" best Vegetable 'Medicines
~Is now offered to tliucilizens and `strangers of this
city. It will 'purity the blood, and leave the liver and
bowels in a goOd.healtby condition. Operates withent the
least pain... Ole Mid young, male and female, all can fake
of iL' Aulo the truth of this hundreds can testify, as It
has heOn well tried for the last ten years. It is prepared
only arid 'sold by Hrs. L. Soli, No. 27, ..dcinth Pine street,
Hartialiurg, Pa. ••• my 23
. . . .
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ALARGE, asaortiAent at
. , : . ~ BERGNER'S MEM' BOOKSTORE,
, marlB • 'Sold at Wholesale or retail At low prima
MU itary Business Attend To .
Bounty-, Pension, Back Pay, Stibantenoe and Military
anti War Claims, generally, made out and collected. Per
sons residing at.a distance can have their bustnem trans
,acted • . •
by mail, by addressing .
EUGENE SNYDER, Attorney-at-Lan
deti-dly . • Third street, Harrisburg,. Pa.
`HAM 'DYE I HAIR DYE I
'Batellelor's Celebrated Hair Dye
• IS THE REST IN THE WORLD.
The only Harmless, True and lidiable Dye Known.
This splendid liair . DYi is perfect—changes Red, Rusty
or Gray tlairinstently to a Glossy Black or Natural Brown
without injuring the Hair or staining the Skin, leaving the
EtaienaN and beautiful ; 'averts fresh vitality frequently
restoring rta pSintine color, and rectifies effects of
bad,Dyes. The geAuine is signed W, LI AM A. BATCH
ELOR All others are , mere imitations, and should be
avoided. Sold by all Druggists, Factory—Sl
CLAY ST, N.T.
lINKOZINLOR'S NICR TOILS! ORMAN" FOB DRESSING THE ALAIIT,
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 it Co., Harrisburg,
Pa-, le WhOth all orders should be addressed.
obi by druggist every where.
Read the followiup, testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen:
HABRISBITRO, Feb. Bth, 1864.
o„,..;A!.;lVAusvAirr—Deat bays used
Brown's Bronchial Troches,Wistar's Lozenges
and other preparations for hoarseness and
,rhyoattroubles,. tind in comParii r on with them
'all, * bin cheerfully commend your own is a
most admirable 'specific for public speakers
and singer* in cases of :hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I haw , foimd them serving. in
time of need, moste.sffectually.
Yours trulYll• „ H. ItOBINSON,
Pastor, of N. B. Presbyterian Church.
OPI agree . with jar. itoinion is to the
value.of BarinVart'i Troches.
W. C. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of b?#. presbyterian Church.
11- A Vtit 1864
• Jan.', .
To C. A. 13.orsirlsr---Dear Sir: In, the habit
of speaking very frequently, ,and places
where the vocal.organs are very much taxed,
have-fOMA the need of some gentle expecto
rant; and'that want hatbeen supplied in.your
I consider them very far superior to, any
Lozenges that I have ever used, in removing
Fix3eedily'tra huSkinelis'otthe *don; Arising
:frontiletOti fiequerit use, and impairirtith
'''effectiveness. of the deli Very of • pubileac.
' dresses. .'YOTITS. 8C43.,
Pastor ofthe Leona St Methodist Churck.
To C. A. Beruivenr—Dear Ifs'xingn,sec
your Troches, I am free to say,they are
the best I 'haNe ever tried and take - great
pleasure ip.; s reeppinancling them - ft:l'o persons
afflicted, with . sore throat or hicadness of
'voice arisinglrens publiemeaking or singing.
Tours, &A, G. GkIIAIc:ESTRAW,
Pastor of i Eidge irenuallithodiat Church.
Disrarcrr Arroutuar's 01710 Ea
rut , wrikßl7ll63, 'Feb. 29,.1864., f 1
TO C. A. BAtorviarr-,Decti• Sir: -- I have
found:y.44ft Trocbts :to •be itl.valtiable in
Having hoarseness and in strengthetdng the
muselett. of the, throat. ,They"„:i:pipart.olearness
to i the,yoice, : and are certainly of zreat bene
fit to all public speakers, . A.
COLGATEI:S , HONE ';jr
This ce e re. , iversal de•
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s is mild
andiemontent.in inn nature; fragra:ntly scented,
and extremely beneficial Wits action• upon the akin.
For sale by all Druggiattrand Fancy Goods Deakin. :
jan2s-4autly . • • ”
Containhiglieirl?-800 *tea, tind•leotillie plates and
Uigravings of the Anatomy of the Sexual ,Organs . in a
state' of Health and Disease, with ka Treatise on Self
Abuse, its Deplorable - Consequence upon the Hind and-
Body, with the Authoes,Plan of Treatuftnt—the only
rational and inciarMsfalisiode of cure; Is shown by the re
port of cases treated. :4,,
..truthful wiser to the married,
and those contemplating :imarriage e .who, entertain 7doubts
of their ppyocal condition. Sent tree Of postagesto any
address f env of-125 cente,fla -ataarpe postal cur
Fancy, by addis . , l:lr. ht1. , Q.8.91...7. , , , y,?. SI. Malden Lane
Albany, N. r • ' ' marl-daw3m
rip o GOOD, QIJpRITLEN. WANTED
to quarry' t2i;ioo)' two' thOwiald perch of LIIIE
STONE:forbuilditig.o , Applyltt :the •
WANTED --4 fo - od!Cobkifrwitotel, Call
at 93 Market str,qat, _ my2o-dtf
INTAITTPA—:A. good l!it,stri Coo 4, and a
lAdTmelx.*Ccidil ,4ll qulrel id the t ,
ap,3o4dtris- = • i'!;• • BRADT 3/017BE.
CANTERBURY MUSIC HALL.
WALNUT ST., BELOW IIIIRD.
OPEN EVERY EVENING,
With it First-class Company of
ziL\GEIt,, DANCER`;, COMF.DIANS, &a.
Admission. ........... .................15 cents.
seats in Hoses
NE W ADVERTISEMENTS.
VALUABLE IROlt WORK'S.
BY virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court
for Washington county, as a Conn of Equity, the
undersi,„aued trustej will sell at public sale, In front of the
Court HousO, In Hagerstown, on
TUESDAY,. the 14TH DAY OF JUNE, 1864,
an that VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, .situate'in Washing
ton county, Maryland, known as the
GREEN SPRING FURNACE PROPERTY,'
which was for many years owned and carried on by
J. DIXON ROMAN & CO.,
and Is now for sale on account of the death of one of the
partners. Said property contains
1,394 ACRES OF LAND, (nidre or loss,)
of which about 200 are cleared and in an excellent state
of cultivation, the balance being
The FURNACE on said land is 30 feet high with an
•eightfolit BOSH, - CASTING HOUSE ; 1441. mau* - and
BEIDGE,HOUSE; and is run by,tul ovcßisli o l.ilieel 40
feet high. It is in good repair, and the water power un
failing and all-sufficient ,Sild FURNACE is—only OM
milq,from the Che.sapealMand Ohio Canal,and aboyt the
same distance from the' Iron Ore Bank. There Mal&
A GOOD. DWW.I.EDIG - DOUSE
near the Furnace ; , also a large BARN , and other out
buildings, and on different parts of said tract of land there
are a numberiof TENANT HOUSES' On all ten or twelve)
in good repair.
The above property be Bald entire, or in parcels to
suit purchasers; such'"pardels; to be made' known at the
The andertigued will also tell at the-tame time and
FIFTY-THREE ACRES OF TANI),
separated from the above by the lends of Geo. Feidt.• Also,
A_ rairaesto - ne Quarry
on said canal, near M'Coy's Ferry, containing
FIFTY SQUARE PERCHES OF LAND.
TERMS OF SALE, as preicribed by the Decree, are:
One-third. of the purchase money in cash on the, day of
sale, on the ratification thereof, and the balance in two
equal annual instalments of one and two years from the
darer sale, with interest from that day, thapurchaser to
give his notes with approved-:security for the deferred
payments, and on payment of the entire purchase money,
the Trustee will execute a deed to the purchaser, as re
quired by the Decree. F. IL DARBY, Trustee.
Lebanon "Coluier," Lancaster "Examiner," and Bead
ing "Journal," copy weekly, and send bills to the Trustee
at Hagerstown, forthwith.
1 , MUTE THE 0
ATTENTION F - CITY
as well as Country buyers to my well selected
DRY „GOODS., -
which has been bought before the recent advance In all
kinds of Domentenud Imported Goods, which I wilt sell
oil: at an advance of ten per cent.'of city wholesale
Xtsrag them you will find Dress Goods of all styles and
colors, among which I will only mention a stook of
Challies, which for beauty of style can't be surpassed
Flannels, Prints; a'
lower than anybody else * . Ginghams, Linen Table C loth,
Cassimeres, Satinetis, Cottonates, Muslims of all prices,
especially one yard wide muslin, three yards for one
dollar, which can really not be beat.
Shawls, Silk: Goods,
NOTIONS AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
I always keep a large and well selected stock all linen
handkerchiefs at ten cents apiece, and np.
.43eattw,otindred 'ystd spools, White andOblored
five cents i api ce. , .
Tea illiiiirlm „ $1 75 per dozen.
Rid Gloves blest and cheapen. '. .
Hoop Skirts, _
for Ladies and Children, in allnyle.S. .' • '
Paper - Collars, &e.,
Also, constantly a stock of gloves, hose, undershirts
and drawers, neckties, scarfs, and Lockwood's linen
SOL:. BROWNOLD S
Comer Second anfilelArket, •
my-18 opposite .TO/74 House.
WILL BE GIVEN AT
ON MONDAY, MAY 30, '1864,
HARRISBURG :MOULDERS' ASSOCIATION.
TICKETS • 4 , :25 cents. -
Omnibuses will run at Intervals during the day from
Rauch's hotel, corner of Sixth and Walnut, and from Wag
ner'S hotel, corner of Second and Chestnut streets, by
Messrs. Williams and Murray. -No improper characters
will be permittod to enter the Grove. my2o.dtd*
MHIS hOtel'ivill be ,opened airire 15th': The
house hat'.heen put-indhertaigh repair, and nearly
two hundred new and 'greatly improved BATH HOUSES
will be ready for.the aeconnoodatiiin or 'gu.2sts.
Its capacity 'and each department trill be equal, if not
superior, to any Hotel upon CAPE ISLAND.
Birgfteld's Band' has been secured for the season.
Address - GEO. J. BOLTON,
C a.lst asp, N. J.,
Or, J. H. DENNISON,
lay p3l - 1.5j •••• • 'Merchant's
M 1 14•1:1N E GlO 0 D S.
• tiRS-.. J. Ell - BBR
RLS OPMIED aT -
NO . 8 .11.1AR,,,K.8,,,T SCLITAy3.FI,
dcaktiteof WFelixis COniieocnierio
E SHE IR PREPARED -to?sell. to
the ladies of Harrisburg an d vicinity,the ,
. , , .
Latest Styles of Fanc y Goods,
At cheaper prices than any house Mthecity. The quality
of her goods cannot be surpassed. . -.
DRESS MASINGIN THE LATEST 'mask
Will be neatly executed.
'Ladles call and examine for yourselves. aplB-dtlyll
TO ARCHITECTS AND licriLDEps.
By the Act of Iday sth, an appropriation of Fifty Thou
sand Dollars was made for the Extension, of thus %pit,'
-Buildings at Harrisbtirg. Aradtects andAlltiliders , are
hereby requested to present plans for said extennion;and
pronesals for building the same, to the undersigned,-by
the fifteenth day of June. The main - object to be at
tained by the proposed extension is to furnish additional
Cominittee Room for the Legislature, and the extension is
to conform as far as possible to the Architecture of the
present building. A. G. CURTIN, Governor,
- ISAAE BLENKER, Auditor GeaerD.
- . JAMES P. BARR, Suirveyor General,
HENRY D. MOORE; State TreaSurer.
EARRISHURG, May 19;-1864. dtd
SALE OF CONDEMNED STOCK.
• . ' CAVALRY BUREAU' .
, . .
OFFICE 'OF" CHIEF QuAargrameren,
- WASHISGTON, D. C. gay 16, 1864.
.Will be sold at-PUBLIC AUCTION to the highest bidder,
at Riesbor , Depot, on THURSDAY; the 26th instank'be
ginning at 10 o'clock, A; M. , from one hundred and fifty
(150) to two Mindred (200) HORSES.
These homes have been condemned as unfit for the cav
alry service of the army; for road and, farm.
many good bargains may be had. . . ,
—' f t
Homes sold singly,.
Terme : Cash, in.R: S. currency. . .
JAHES A. yam,
Lieut. Colonel and Cbief•Quartermaster
myl9-td — Cavalry Etiret%
Hlat-LS! HAMSH—lidichenq's Pregasior.
Jot pored. , Received and for sale at'
mir2l3 - OteoeitiKiret:O-W. Dock, FI Z I LI
COLUMBIA HOUSE. ;
NEW ADVE ? ISEMENTS.
e' - .;e LesEe
REI4ADIBT BEDEGE AND TVDS YADDiWERE,
CREPE BEREGE do.. .do
PURE SILK GREN:ADh'ILS,
BLACK AND WHITE FOELABI) EILWR,
PLAIN BUR ENG. REP. SILKS,
BL'K ASO WHITE CHECKED SILKS,
LLTINS 6-4 ALL W4SOL'DiLALVES,
CREPE MARETZ, CREPE-DMRARRY,
BLACK & WHITE ALL WOOL DELAIiE3,
PURE SILK CHALLIS, CHINTZES,
BOMBAZINES , EINEM/UM'
SUPERIOR BLACK LIISTIES,
EYGLISII CREPE VEILS,
BOTID, , HESI STITCH HDKfS,
KNG, CP.EFEANU GRENADINE
ROUND CORNER CREPE & GRENADINE vrkap,
SQUARE AND LONG 13L'E THIBBEr SHAWLS,
BALMORAL SKIRTING, BY THE YARD,
SECOND MOURNING BEREGE GREN. SHAWLS
WE HAVE NEVER HAD ON HAND
A LARGER STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
MOURNING AND PD MOURNING GOODS,
OF ETEF.T DESCRIPTION
Next door to the Harrisburg Hank.
WE WILL HAVE READY FOR SALE - THIS
• MORNING -
a - .•
THE LARGEST AND MOST 'DESIRABLE
STOCK OF DRESS
-G 0 . 0 it) S! ,
OFFERED IN TEITS4IARKEIt ,
'CATHCART tt BROTHER, '
Nest Door to the Harrisburg Bank.:
TO*ELLINGS, &C., &C., &C
SOLD BELOW EASTERN PRI4JES,•AB ALL
OUR. STOCK WAS PIJECIZIKED
LATE HEAVY A D.lir,Al.llq,E.,'
. CATHCART BROTHER, .
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
Notice to Contractors. •
NOR THRILN CMTTRAI Rartarir -
OFFICE OF THE CETIRP - ENGLIRRit, if
lIARRISIIITRG, PA, May )
PROPOSALS will be received at. this office
until May 25, for the whole or any part of the grad
uation and ballasting for the second track of tiMorthern
Central railway between Daupbin and Sunbury.
Work tolie coramencedimmediate!y. Full infoturition
may be litilEby applying to F. C. Arms, Esq.; Prfusipal
Assistant . 4tgtneor,at Sunbury,Fa.,,erto the. Undersigned.
The. company, reserve the right to,riett any or all pro
nosals made. H. Sr,
,112 , 1 . EK . 2" GCODIVIef,
my9-dtm24 Chief Engineer.
PU B L I C
. SAYE.-The Subscriber - will
offer at Public Sale, - at the Tdrift'llonse-IMifarris
burgh, at two o'c!ock, . .
ON' SA,TURDA.Y, May. 29,1.864 -
his saw-mill prot6ty, located between the Pennsylvania
Railroad on the west, anti the PennsylvUnia Canal on the
east, and adjoining the Harrisburg' Gas Works The-lot
contains three and a hall acres, on which is erected
A TWO-STORY STEAM ' -
with lower story of stone, containing one w ilulay saw,
capable of sawing timber 62 feet in length, and two Cir
cular saws, with a fire-proof engine-room attached. 'The
Machinery is nearly new, and in good running order.
There is also a large basin for holding timber, two
Dwelling Houses, a Stable, Carriage House and Wagon
Shea on the lot. Lumber can be shipped eithei by Rail
road or Canal. .
Teams—Ono-third of the purchase-money' when the
deed its made; the residue can remain in the property
It thvptoperty is not, sold, It wilt beillniketlfor it 'term of
years from the first of Jane, when .possession can be
For any further information inquire or the subscriber,
residing in Front street, above Fine, liarrisburg.
myl9-ts JOIEN H. COL
NO. 4 JONES' ROW.
the public that he has purchased the
Icanr. STORE „
Late the property or T.1.T1 and that
he Will continue the business at the old stand, where he
will cunstMll kccp . ouha u d,a general assortment of
HATS, 'CAPS, ike•s
OF 'Tit. LATEST STYLES,
which will he sold at reasonable rates
A: liberal share et patronage is nspeettallyiseliaited.
mar2S-d2m H. H. LONG.
may, .widersigned begs leave . to offer' f its
services as a practical House, Sign and Ornamental
PAINTER. All 'business in his line atrendeitto , withtpare
Rersammiti—llr. J.ll. DO:tarry, Superintendent of
Shop in Third, aboye Em.thnscet. H. F. FELLS,
;RH .13:4 r..1'34
BRD SILK POPLINS,
LAWNS, le.C., &C.
SI7,TVTIR PANT STUFFS,
BEFORE . THE'