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ICIIN DAILY PATRIOT AND UNION may be h..
Jack's Book Store, corner of Third and Market
ALso. at 134 News Agency of George L. Walter,
Ifarket street, near Fifth.
Tax hiams.—linder the change of schedule on
the different railroads, thn time of closing the mails
at the Hiarruseurg Post Office, April 20, 1863, is
VORMICES lIIINTRAL RAILWAY.
NONYII.—Wav Nan. --Far . all places between Ear
isburg, Lock craves and &Inure, N. Y. at 12.00 In.
Tsr Lock Saves, Wildiamsport and 'Lewisburg at 9
OUTH.—Waw ti n, —For all plum between Har
arg arid Baltimore, Md., and Washington, B. 0., at
9 1 - 0 : in w 6 h i n gtop i B. C., Balilmore, Hd.,and 'Fork, Pa.
at 9.00 p-
LEBANON TALLNY IAILSOAD.
BABT.—WAS MAIL.—For all places between Harris-
Bastoo ,, D d old lidoirlda. via Reading, at 7.00 a.m.
bil it.Besaing and Pottsville, at 12 8l
Wsr man. —For all places between Harrisburg and
phuipicipbia, at 6.30 a. in_
pot Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 12.03 m.
For New York, Yraw &hada, Lancaster, Columbia,
Marietta and Bainbridge, at 2.45 p. m.
For New bora, Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 9.00
WAD —War Illati.—For ill places between Harris
burg and Altoona, 12.00 in.
For Johnstown, Pittsburg and Brie Pa., Cincinnati,
Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio, at 2.46 p. m.
r ritteburg, Hottidal/gibing., Altoona, Phillipsburg,
Tyrone, Huntingdon and Lewistown, at 9;00 p. m.
01ThikulasuLIND TAILLAIT RAILROAD-
Nor Mookanicabiug,llarlisle,Eibippensburg and Chain
bernburg, Pa., at 7.00 a. M.
WAY Man„—lfor all places between Harrisburg and
Hagerstown, at 1480 p. in.
IMUYLKIAL AWL; 817SQIIIIIIAANA RAILROAD.
Nor Elle , dale Forages, Ellwood, Pinegrove and Summit
Station. at 11.80
OE SE ROUTES.
NOT Pr^gress, Lingiestown, Manada 17111, West Hano
ver. Ea t Hanover, unu and Jonestown, on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 7 00 a. in.
Nor Lisburn and Lea Merry, on Saturday, at 12.3!
ofilee Hours. From 5.3•1 a. in. to 8.00 p. m. Sun
day from 7.30 to 8.30 a.m., and from 8.00 to 4.00 p.m.
Doe Lorr.—A pointer dog, belonging to Mr.
George Dailey, residing, on Locust street, bas been
missing for a day or two. The dog is valued by
his master as an old friend. Any person returning
him will be very liberally rewarded.
ler Town.—Brigadier General Joseph F. Knipe
is at his residenee in this city, having arrived
night before last. A severe indisposition compels
his absence from his brigade fora short time. We
trust be will soon be able to take the field.
FRAI7DI7I.ENT NOTBS.—Masers. Imlay L. Bick
nell state that there is now being circulated h
two dollar note, purporting to be issued by tho
Drovers' Bank of Columbia, Indiana. It is a
fraud, as there is no such bank. Look out for
ARRIVAL OF TIM 136rn.—The 136th regiment,
Col. Thos. M. Bayne, reeehed Camp Curtin yes.
terday afternoon, preparatory to being mustered
out of the nine months' service. They were re
cruited In the am:metes of Allegheny, Tinge. Lu.
sane, Westmoreland and Dauphin, and number
seven hundred men.
DEPUTY SECRETARY OP THE COMMONWEALTH.-
Governor Curtin has appointed Lieut. Col. Arm
strong, of Nortbamptcu VOUtity, late Lieutenant
Colonel of the 129th Pennsylvania regiment, Dep
uty Secretary of the Commonwealth, in place of
Samuel B. Thomas. Col. A. is said to be well qual
ified fur the position, and to poems the ability to
make a good officer.
HEA 4I A&Tnn 127TH RECiT, P. V, CARP CPR
nw, May 21.1863.—The company °Meets of my
command are hereby notified to have their men in
camp at ft o'olock a. ID-, to-marrow, in order to
have their arms
_and equipments turned over to
government. W. W..Tztunsros,
Colonel 127th Beet P. V.
A Berm Kinnr.n.—As the tip train on the
North Central railroad was crossing Codormi creek
yesterday, a soldier who was standing upon the
top of one of the cars in company with many others.
was struck bia'cross-piece of the bridge overhead,
fraetturbig his skull so badly that be died soon
after. His name was John Jolly, and be belonged
to the Milt New York, (two years' men,) Colonel
John G. Todd, of which regiment the train was
composed. He resided at Theresa, Jefferson
county, New York.
A SUGGESTION IN REGARD TO BATHING We no
ticed yesterday large numbers of youth bathing
at every point along the river shore. NO One can
object to the boys indulging in this healthful
and invigorating recreation, but some respect
attend& ha had for the eiticans residing in that vi
cinity. It would be well if they would select their
bathing places farther from the town. It cannot
be pleaeaut to the families residing en Prost street
to have squads of naked boys performing antics
and ground and lofty tumbling in full view at all
Ware atilt:, day. /t would be a good idea for the
swimmers to resort to the island for the indul
gence of their aquatic tastes. The toll can be but
a slight obstacle, as it amounts to only a penny
for boys of all grades during the summer season.
DON'T loos_—Sportsmen should remember that
there is a law on the statute-books of this State,
forbidding tho shooting of any nightingale, night
hawk, blue bird, oriole, finch, thrush, lark, sparrow,
or any other insectivorous or harmless bird, at any
time, and bob-o-links and robins between the lat
of February and the Ist of October. The penalty
of an infraction of this law is fine and imprison
ment. It is creditable to our Legislature that they
have interfered in behalf of the birds, for of all
created creatures they are the most harmless, use
ful and enlivening. Even the unrefined nations
of the earth are mindful of their claims upon them
for protection. The semi-civilised Japanese, in
their international treaty with this country, stipu
lated that Americans traveling in that land should
not take the life of any bird.
Ott TEE SQUARE.—A day or two since a soldier
balanced accounts at the depot with a Captain from
Reading, to whose company he belonged. The
soldier, according to his own account, bad been
meanly and unfairly dealt with by his superior offi.
cer while in the service. Re alleged that at the time
three swaths' pay was due him, be was in hospital
and unable to sign the pay roll, and that the Cap
tain had drawn the money and signed for him.
For this money the Captain bad never accounted,
and bad, besides, evij cted Lim to Tarions indig
;titles before and subsequently to this outrage.
The injured man knew that a time was coming
when they would both be mustered out of the LP r
vice and would stand on equal tome, and eo be
patiently bided his time, keeping his own counsel,
and "nursing his wrath to keep it warm.'t A e _
eordingiy. when they had been mustered out, and
the soldier absolved from the military law width
exacts obedience and deference to the superior in
rank, they met at the depot on the eve cf their
departure homeward. The soldier immediately
took vigorous measures to Cancel the old account,
and is reported to have made a finishing j )b cf it.
The Ceptaia-was soon placed bore du combat, and
journeyed bemeteard with unprepossessing visage
and gloomy optics. How great tte provocation
nay was that brought about this altercation, we
sonnet say. Snob assaults are only jeatifiable in
ewe where a long train of abuses were heaped
upon the aggrieved party, which from the nature
of his position he coned not at the time meet or
eoreee% and which are well calculated to rouse the
vengeful teenage of the meekeet man that breathes.
Surname Counv.—Opinions were delivered yes
terday by the Supreme Court in the following ea-
Fink, vs. Yealey. Adains Common Pleas.—
Judgment affirmed, Thompson, J , dissenting.
Brooks vs. Wible. Adams Common Pleas. De
cree affirmed, at the coats of thi appellant.
Hill vs. Myers. Adams Common Pleas. Judg
Keenan vs the Commonwealth. From the Oyer
and Terminer of Allegheny county. Sentence af
Miller vs. Long. Cumberland Common Pleas.
Judgment reversed and new trial awarded.
Pommy vs. Holler. Cumberland Common Pleas.
Murdock vs. Steiner. Cumberland Common
Pleas. Judguient, so far as it dissolves the at
tachment, reversed, and a procedendo awarded.
Appeal of Charlotte Nottes. Lancaster Orphans'
Court. Decree reversed.
Kyle & Dunlap's appeal. Cumberland Com
mon Pleas. Decree reversed and set aside.
Andrew Ream, et. al., vs. Burnish, et. al. Lan
caster Common Pleas. Judgment affirmed.
Groff 's appeal in Bby"a estate. Lancaster Or
phans' Court. Decree affirmed, at costs of appel
Myers vs. Byerly. Lancaster Common Pleas.
Judgment reversed, and venue do nee* awarded.
County of York vs. Daihousen. Judgment af
Silkmitter's appeal. York Orphans' Court. De
cree affirmed, at costs of appellants.
Rowe vs. Fritz. Lancaster Common Pleas.—
Murphy W. Patterson. Lancaster Common
Pleas. Judgment affirmed.
Appeal of Polly Bucher. Lancaster Common
Pleas. Decree affirmed.
The Girard Will case—the city of Philadelphia
vs. Girard, et. al.—will be argued to-day.
A FACT THAT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.—It is credit
able to the character of the many soldiers in our
midst that, during their stay here, the Impale of the
city have been unimportant and the record of
events meagre and dry even to dullness. The
streets', the hotels, the boarding-houses, the places
of amusement, all overflow with men who have
long been restrained by the rigorous discipline of
camp life, and who now suddenly fled those re
straints thrown off; and yet the number of crimes
and disturbances is not augmented nor the peace
of the olezeh interrupted. It is a fact which speaks
for itself. These men, hailing from all parts of the
State, removed from the constraining intinenees of
home, and eaddelly freed from the irksome re
straints of military discipline, do not manifest any
disposition to abuse their neri-found freedom, and
have in very few instances Confounded rational
liberty with irrational license. Such a record re
dounds to the honor of the soldier, and challenges
the admiration of every friend of the great cause
which he has labored to advance in the tented
field. It is a triumph as great as that won in the
face of the enemy. " Penile hath hoe eleteklee so
less than war," and this is of them.
Forma Amens.—Before Aldeman
Yesterday morning officers Fry and Brooks ar
rested a man named James Dailey, who was con
ducting in a drunken and disorderly manner. He
made a determined resistance against his captors,
and, was laboring under a partial attack of mania
a . 230111. He was sent to jell for safe keeping.
Officer Campbell arrested a soldier named Jacob
Shimler for committing an aggravated assault upon
an inoffensive German hackman in Market street
yesterday afternoon.. The soldier had refused to
pay his fare from camp, assaulting the driver with
a stone while in his carriage. Ho had already
been before the magistrate for a similar offence
against the same person the day before, but was
dismissed. This time he was mainlined, in default
of bail, to answer the charge. while having bis
hearing be made another attempt to strike the
REGIMENTAL FLAGS.—Gov. Curtin has granted
permission to the returning regiments to carry
home the flags whisk were presented to them by
the State during the time of their service in the
field. The object of this is to allow the regiments
an opportunity of displaying these ensigns, around
which they have rallied and fought, and of which
they are so justly proud, in the receptions which
await them at home. It is understood that the
flags will afterwards be returned, to be deposited
among the archives of the State, as provided by
the law which directed their presentation.
WE have taken over on the Ist of April the
balance of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to our own
store, where we will continue to sell the balance
left at very low prices, until the whole are sold.
Among these goods are
1,000 yards remnants delaine and calico, 16, 18
and 20 cents.
SOO yards rellinanit lawns and other dream goods,
10,13 and 20 cents.
200 yards of barege and lustre. 20 and 25 cents.
1,000 yards of linen crash, 18, 18 end 20 cents.
100 yards of brown and grey cloth for summer
1,000 yards of linen, (lotion and wool pants dolt
300 dozen of the very best spool cotton, white
1,000 papers of the very beat of Smith's needles,
5 cents a paper; also stockings, gloves, pocket
handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all et i w of combs;
patent thsead, tapes, Socks, exilr by the dozen or
piece. We have also on hand yet about 10 pieces
of CARPET, which we will sell at 75 cents per
20 pieces of straw matting, cheap.
20 pieces of splendid figured window curtains.
Pennsylvania Militia and Recruiting .
United States.peusion, bounty, arrears of pay and
eubsistence claims, tto., wade out and col
lected by EUGENE SNYDER,
Attorney at Law, office, Third street, Harrisburg,
GREAT BARGAINS.—Twenty per cent. Saved.—ln
order to reduce stock, owing to the tearing down
of the old store and building up new, I offer my
stock, consisting of a large stock of three-ply In
grain, Venetian and Rag Carpets ; also, furniture
of all descriptions, at twenty per vent less than
city prices, until the 15rn or Tann NEXT.
0. SNAVELY . ,
mr3o-10w Second street above Locust.
WINDOW 'SHADES of linen, gilt.
bordered; and PAPER BLINDS of an endlasa
raziety of designs and ornaments; also, OUR PAIN
tEETURRS and TASSELS ar very low prices. Call at
fJAJI. AND SHOUT DERS.-30,000
lba prime Elam and o.ooolbs. bacon Shon/dar, for
sale Cheap, 1 7 two SRY d KCNK EL,
A PPL S !
260 ATTS'IrELS PRZUE ALTLES jint received and for
0 46 iver7 low) 4 7
DOUlts jr q ifa Vid
Ti3E NATIONAL ALMANAC AND
ANNUAL RECORD for Mee. int lade at
B dEturrza - 8 acroistsTol2.
FIVE -TWENTY UNITED STATES
r Cold gby & On, are muleserip- .
Gee Age.tA 6 &glint of tilo• bomie ) who will will them
at par is saws to otos puremisers
The Internet on there bowie is nix per Gent, And will
be Feld in Geld.
barnsbarg i April 11
ALLEcussy COUNTY —On Saturday evening, 16th
inst., a Mrs. Schenck, living in Second street,
Pittsburg, tripped and fell while going down a
flight of cellar stairs, receiving injuries from which
she died on Monday following. e
A large and spirited Democratic meeting was
held at the village of Bennington on the 26th
instant, which was ably addressed by J. M Clark,
Esq., and Hon. Wm Glenn. The meeting adjourn
ed with a resolution to attend the mass meeting of
the Democracy of Allegheny and Washington
counties, to be held in the village of Candor on the
The imports of petroleum at the port of Pitts
burg on Wednesday reached 5,907 barrels, 815 of
which was relined, and 5,092 crude,
Mr. A. J. WooWeyer, agent for the Pennsylva
nia Central railroad at East Liberty, had aline bay
mare stolen from a hitching post on Beaver street,
leiwreneeviile, on Monday evening.
The Chronicle says that nearly four hundred re
cruits for the colored regiment now being raised in
Massachusetts have already left that city for Bos
ton. A squad of some fifty left last night, and
another squad is expected to leave next week.—
There is no provision made for subsisting or lodg
ing recruits here, else the colored men say they
could raise a full regiment in Pittsburg In two
An adjourned meeting of the ministers and
members of different religious denominations was
held recently in the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church at Pittsburg. The object of the meeting
was to take some preliminary steps towards the
amendment of the Constitution so as to give a more
distinct recognition of the being, attributes and
government of Gad.
A suggestion recommending the bolding of a
National Rouging Convention on the 4th day of
July next, for the purpose of considering a pro
posed amendment, was then adopted.
It is said that no less than fifty cases of small
pox have been reported at Girt Y's Run, Allegheny
county, and that the disease is still spreading.
LANCASTER COUNTY.—On last Thursday morning
a man named David Dontrich was found dead in
his room at Adamstown, having strangled himself
by a cord attached to a bed post.
Some years since a lady recovered $lOO from
Andrew Greiner, of West Hempfield township, for
a breach of promise of marriage, but having re
cently joined the church, hor conscientious scru
ple sinduced her to refund the money.
Provost Marshal Bolenins advertises for propo
sals to establish a " Soldiers' Beat" in Lancaster,
where rations will be furnished on demand.
Dr. Peter S. Clinger, of Conestoga township, has
been appointed medical examiner for the Lancaster
district, by the Commissioner of Pensions, vice A.
J. Carpenter, deceased.
Preparations are making for the reception of
the Lancaster members of the ]3sth regiment,
soon to be mustered out at Camp Curtin. Four
companies of the 135th are from Lancaster.
• The 122 d regiment bas been requested by 'Col.
Franklin to assemble in the city on Whit.lidonday,
for regimental drill and parade.
At a meeting of the First National Bank, of
Strasburg, held on Saturday last, the following
officers were , elected, viz ; Fresideur,lohn F. IleTr
birectors, Daniel Herr, (Pequea,)' John 'Strohm,
Dr. John K. Raub, George W. Hensel, Joseph
M'Ciure, John 'Museeltnau, Wm Spencer, A. M.
Herr. The institution will commence banking,
WESTMORELAND COUNTY.—The Deinocratio Pri
mary elections will be held on Saturday, the 15th
day of June, for the purpose of nominating a ticket
•in accordance with party usages.
A very severe hail storm passed over the north
ern part of Cook township, on Thursday, the 14th
William Kooser has been appointed postmaster
St Stabl6towl), vivo' Louie Phillippi ? resigned.
About 4 o'clock on Saturday evening, 10th inst.,
a fire broke out in the dwelling house occupied by
Richard Rigney, at New Florence, and although a
number of persons were on the ground in a few
minutes, their exertions were unavailing, and the
building was entirely destroyed.
The through accommodation train on last Fri
day morning, when near George's Station, struck
William Story, inflibting injuries from which he
died in a few hours afterwards. He was acting
as watchman, and stepped upon the wrong track
as the train was approaching. He was about sixty
years of age.
Some difficulty exists among the coal operatives
at Pennstadt, this county. Several officers have
been sent 'out frees PitteborgireF.siselet in prevent
ing an outbreak. Some of the 'Miners are on a
strike, and endeavoring to coerce others who are
satisfied with the present wages.
The dwelling of Mr. Uriah Updegraff, in Fair
field township was totally destroyed by fire on last
Saturday week. The entire contents of the house,
together with three_ htiadred dollars in money,.was
consumed. The leati.,to Mr. Updegraff is heavy,
there being no ins'u'rance on the property.
jIINIATA COUSTY.—On Thursday of last week,
while the coil train going westward was passing
Mexico Station about 9 a. in., a young man by the
name of William Cu'lison attempted to get on
while in motion; but accidently slipped on the
track, the' train passing over him and ornahing
both his legs and otherwise seriously injuring him.
He was brought to the Patterson House where he
lingered until about 4 o'clock p. m, when he ex
At a meeting of the citizens of MiMintown and
Patterson held at the Court House on Tuesday
evening last, for the purpose of preparing a snita
ble for Captains Wharton and Martin's
companies, it was unanimously agreed that the
citizens of the above boroughs give them a public
supper on their return home.
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to any partOf the country (confidentially) and "free of
postage" by mail.
Sold also.by J. L. Lnunnaonn, Lebanon; J. A. Worm,
Wrightsville; E. V. hitt.tria, York; S. ELLIOTT, Car
lisle; J. O. ALTIOK, lahippensburg; J. SPANGLES,Chem
bersburg ; S. G. WILD, Newville ; A. J. KAUFFMAN, Me
chanicsburg; BROWN ar. BROTHER, No. 4, Swath Liber
_Baltimore; and by "one Druggist" in very
town and city throughout the United States.
HALL Sr 111:10.1121.,
218 Greenwich Street, New York,
General Wholesale Agents
N. B —Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden
Pills (limy kind unless every box is signed B. D. Howe.
All others are a base imposition and unsafe i therefore,
as you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of
being humbugged out of your money,) buy only of those
who show the signature - of S. D. Howe on every box
which has recently been added on account of the Pike
being counterfeited. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are made known to every Agent. They will
tell yon the Pills are perfectly harmless, yet will do all
claimed for them. B. D. ROWE,
iyl7-411 , Role Proprietor. Naw VAAL
GAIETY MUSIC HALL!
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRD.
808 EDWARDS Sole Proprietor.
J, O. H. SHOREY, Stage Manager.
OPEN EVERY EVENING.
CROWDED! CROWDED I . CROWDED!
HUNDREDS TURNED AWAY NIGHTLY TO
SEE THE BEST SH OW EVER. GIVEN
IN •THIS CITY.
THE BEST FEMALE MINSTREL - HAND
THE BEST QUARTETTE.
THE BEST VOCALISTS.
THE BEST DANCERS.
THE BEST COMEDIANS.
THE BEST ORCHESTRA.
THE BEST SINGERS.
THE LARGEST AND MOST ORIGINAL
COMPANY EVER ORGANIZED
First week of the laughable afterpiece,
THE SWISS COTTAGE
wiloLE NEW PP.CiGRIDIME!
Second week of the following artiste
EMMA AND EDIT!" WHITTING.
AND NELLY SEYMOUR,
The Irresistable and Fascinating Songstress
COMIC DUET, by
Miss Nelly Seymour and Shorey
Second week of
MR. DE MARBELLE,
The Great Yankee Comenan; and
The Celebrated Combo Singer.
Fourth week of the
Fifth week of
EDWA.RDS & SHOREY'S
Original and only New Orleans and Metro-
In conneotion with
THE GREAT STAR COMPANY
CONGRESS OF ARTISTS
A NEW AND ENTIRE
• CHANGE OF PROGRAMME
MRS. JULIA EDWARDS,
The Charming Vocalist.
J. 0. U. MOREY,
The beet Original Comedian of the day, ana
Champian Tomborine Soloist.
The young Ole Bull Violin Solo perforiner and
Leader of the Orchestra.
Diet, hat not lomat, is the veritable
First week of the laughable Atterpleoe,
THE SWISS COTTAGE.
By the Company.
Adsnisaion Only 25 Cents.
GARDNER & HEMMING'S
GREAT AMERICAN i
,), -J ~.r
* 1 of )
_'i S --7.,...ii50w
L'nf.irely remodeled and refitted for
the Season of 1.191,3, with entire
NEW BAND WAGON,
NEW BAGGAGE WAGONS, 1110r4.—..."
ja. ^ll.llllllo ll .
NEW HARNESS, .--
7 1 • 16).. .A 1 7
NEW WARDROBE, IS rAli tl4 l
and everything Elegant in the ex
treme, and which, in point of beauty,
excels the outfit of any Traveling
Show in America.
is large and comfortable, and is ar.
ranged so as to afford ease and corn.
fort to the patrons of this Establish.
THE STUD OF HORSES •
will claim particular attention, as
they are among the purest blooded,
and best trained animals in the world. •
Prominent among whom stands the
Great Talking Horse •
a beautiftil thorough-bred Arabian
Charger, who will be introduced by
his trainer, Mr. DAN GARDNER. •
Among the 'Ponies wilt be found
Camille, Fire Fly, Prince, Jupiter,
Dancing Star,Lucy Long, Grey Eagle
The Educated Mules
DAN AND DIOK,
will be introduced by Dan Gardner, -
in a variety of Laughable Ferro-- • - -
THE COMPANY OF PERFOIMERS •
Comprise the largest and best that
aver traveled. Great Expense has
been incurred in bringing them to.
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gether, and we intend to give the '
Best Circus Entertainment •:
that has ever been witnessed in this
country. Look at the
• GREAT ARTISTES, 11,_
and judge for yourselves!
Mr. Richard Hemmings, it 5
the great American Horseman, and ,0
Tight Rope Dancer. He will appear
at each Entertainment in a great - -
variety of his thrilling Performances.
the Old and Favorite Clown. As a ?
good Clown is as necessary to a Circus
as bread is to breakfast, the public
may congratulate themselves upon
se , Ang the happy sou of Morelia at 7k ,
The Little Fairy of the Arena,•
Miss Eliza Gardner,
is certainly the best Female Fiques.
trian in existence. executes the
most elegant and classic motions, corn. 27
Linedwith daring Leaping, splendid =Ai 40
Dancing, &e., upon the back of her -,--- i-77
spted horse, while at fall motion,
concluding - wiith her dashing act of
LEAKING THROUGH ri Balloons.
the extraordinary Contoi r tionist and
wonderful Boneless roan; his per_ * •
format - tees must be seen to be believed.
th e P eo ple's jester—one of the most - ~-;
orldtnat.antt lAughabin Chantna that
ever entered a ring.
The Polish Brothers: •
'hese astonishing Gymnasts will ap_
oar in a variety of their classicaland , ,
George R. DeLoniS,
will appatirja his performances on „
the Horizontal Bar, and introduce, the
TRAINED DO( .11. t
in her Amusing and Entertaining
Trick:. Together with
the Beautiful Equestrienne.
La Petite Camille,
the pleasing Danseuse.
.he Pocket Clown,
and the excellent CompauT who fill
ed GARIARFR IL HAMMING
theatre, Philadelphia, rightly, tor a
period of four months. )
The entcrtainini will tOILMC nee
with the —
The Performance will comprise k
every variety of Trick Biding, Scene
Rubor, Tumbling, Gymnastic. Ex
Tat! I I
All under the
inunedjate direction of
The GRAND i'DOCI"..siON will
enter town oboui ier dur
ing which the Band will discourse
most beautiful music.
Two PERFORMANCES each Day,
AAI, AvAtll46. 1
Doore open at 2 and 7P. M. Per
formance to commence half an hour Z.it
Admission, 25 Cents.
SO HALF PRICE. .
. IVill Exhibit in
IiARRISBURG. Thursday, May 28th, 1.08.
MIDDLETOWN, Weitteadq, May 27.
DUNCANNON, Frid:sy, May 29.
myl4 d2w W. H. GARDNER, Agent_
OLAR - MATCHES!
- NO SULPHUR I
FIFTY GSM of the above superior Matches j u st
calved, and for sale by wm. DOME. Je.. itt go '
MESSRS. ORICKERING & 00.
VE AtiA I OBTAIIVTD THE
MECHANICS' FAIR, BOSTON,
WILD 1111, lIIIONDING ME,
OVER sixrr comr.griroßsi
Wareroom for the CH/OKABINO PIANOS, at Harris
burg, at 92 Market etreet,
oetee.tf W. KNOCHE'S =WC STORE.
if ORTON? 8 UNRIVALLED GOLD
11 PEN.-1 1 11143T QUALITY AVARALNTBD.
NONE BETTER IN THE WHOLE WORLD.
/MONS in want of astiperior and really gOod GOLD
rss will And with me a large assortment to select from,
and have the privilege to exchange the Pens until their
hand is perfectly suited. And if by fair means the Dia
mond points break off during twelve months, the pnr
tenser shall have the privilege to select a new one,
without any charge.
I have very good Gold Pens, made by Mr. Nortop, not
warranted in strong silver-plated eases, for $l,
/or sale at SONNY/REPS BOOKSTORR_,
No. IR Warw.& Rtreet. Harrisburg, Z i a.
TII kl BEST N ANiILY SEWIZG
WHEELER & WILSON'S.
NEW OFFICE, Market Square, next to Colder's
Call and see them in operation.
A general assortm e nt of machinery and needles con
otautly on hand.
Win exhibit and eel► tb.m, and Woo do all kinds of
math.e sewing on these inorbinto in the beet manner.
The patronage Of the publia is res v ectfulty so felted..
ADM INES TR ATO fi'S NO TIC ifl.-
/ - 1 Lentos of administration upon the estate of
BURY UMIAK, IMO of flipper Aweless township. Dan
',bin count.% , dessesed, her tig been granted to the on
deragned. all persons ind bted to said estate will make
immediote payment, and those haying claims against
th same are requested to present them f r ssttlement
*idiom& delay. t. W. LA. Tit! WICK,
'Upper It watara au:unship, Dauphin county, Pa
t PLEN DID A SBORTMENT
LIT HOG RA PHS,
Permed' retailed at from 13 to $3. 111 ' sow 'gored 41
60 and 76 c.nts, and $ 1 and 5/ 60.-inbllifinsi by She Ar
Union, and tonnerq retailed by them.
spiendsd Plarrosranbio Albino Poem es of all distin
guished men and Generals of the army, at only to etc.
JOY 0619 0% P.OOl RP 1 1 101 1 8 Rankin° e,
1S Market street, Harrisburg.
BLINDS. & SHADES.
B. J• WILLIAMS, N 0.16 North Sixth /beet,
VENICTIAN BLINDS and
tEr The Wpwt had haw% apeortawat Is 91e oily. st
the 'await plow •
• Nods painted sod triled 011‘0 1
to am. Store Shades wide a.. 4 letters& • atift•lead
A GREAT LJZFIZURY!
MISS MARCARET RINEY
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
• • ,
ME TRAINS DAILY TO lOW YORK,
ON AND APTNIt MONDAY, April 20,180. the Pas
senger Trains will leave the Philadelphia and Sing
galroad Depot, at Harrisburg, for New York and. Phil
idelphia, as follows, vie :
REPBIBO LOB leaves Harrisburg at 215 a. m., os
arrival of Pennsylvania Railroad Express 'Train from
ihe Wed, arriving in New York at 918 a. is., and at
Philadelphia at 9.20 a. in. A sleeping oar is attached
to the train through from Pittsburg without change.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 a. m. 3 ar
riving to New York at 5.20 . p. m., and at Philadelphia
at 1.50 p. m.
PAST LINK leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 p. in., on ar
rival of Pennsylvania Railroad Nast Mail, arriving in
Slow York at 10.25 p. m y and Philadelphia at 7.00 p.m.
PAST LINE leaves New York at 6.00 a. m, and Phila.
de/phie at 3.10 a.m. , andving ai Harrisburg at 130 p. M.
MAIL TRAIN leave. New York at 12.00 noon, and
Philadelphia at 3.30 p. m., arriving at Rarriaburg at 11.30
=PRIM LINT leaver New York at 1.00 p. ir., et
ching at Harrisburg at 1.45 a. m., and connecting with
the Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleep
ing ear is also attached to this train.
Connections are made at ilarrieburgwith trains oaths
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
Railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wilkeebarre, Allentown, Easton, &o.
Baggage checked through. Pare between New York
and Harrisburg, $5.15 ; between Harrisburg and Blda
ielphia, $3.85 in No. 1 care, and $3.00 in No. R. .
For tickets and other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE, General Agent,
N ORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
Three daily trains to and from 1161th:126re dad Wash
ington City. Caneetions mada with trains on Ppnn
ay lvania Nailreed to and from Pittsburg and the Weet
two trains daily to and from the North and Wes
Braneh t Susquehanna, Elmira and all Northern .Now
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1888, the
Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Salm will
arrive and depart from H Arrisburg and Baltimore Si
MAIL TBAIII leaven ;Sunbury daily (except Sunday)
at 10.10 a. m.; leaves Harrisburg at 115 p. m., au4 ar
rives at Baltimore at 5.35 p. m.
NIEPRISSR TRAIN leaves &mbar? daily (exempt Ran
'day) at 11.07 p' m.; leaves Harrisburg (exceptlionday)
at 2.00 a. *o f and .arrives Haltincore daily (except
Monday) at kb a, sa, ;
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leave
Harrisburg daily at 6.30 a. m .
MAIL fRATN lea-rea Baltimore ditilt(ateektOtifiday
at 9.15 a. m., Harrisburg at 1.15 p. m,, and arrives al
Sunbury at 4.95 p. m.
EXPREI3O TRAIN /eaves Baltimore daily at 9.15 p.
m., arrives at Harrisburg at 1.35 a m., and leaves Her
r4dourg daily (except Monday) at 3.99. a. m. , ap3 arrive/
at Banbury at 5.3 S a. m.
Baltimore daily (except Sunday) at 2.55 p. m., and
rives at Harrisburg at 7.30 p.m.
Tor further information apply at the °Mee, In Pen
sylvanda Railroad Depot. J. N. DuBARRY,
Harrisburg, April 20, 1863-dtf
SUMMER TIME 'TABLE:
Xlll` i;l, I~ '~I~~'~F;It ~~~:
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1863,
The Passenger Trains of The r ennerTszds Benreld
Clompaay -will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as followe
TUROC4II EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily at 2.00 s. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at
0.10 a. m.
FAST Is/141C leaves Harrisburg daily(except Monday)
at 6.46 a. m.. and arrives at West PldledelnDia at 2.55
a. in. Passengers take breakfast at Lantaster.
WAY AOOOMMODATION, via Mount Joy, leaves
'Elarrldbarg at 7.06 a. m., and arri*Ati at Welt ,Pkiladel..
phis, st 12.25 p. m.
FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Hantiburg dolly (ex
empt Sunday) at 1.00 p. m., and arrives at Weft
fellatio at 5.00 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via
lambi's, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 p. al., sad aveives at
!bat elithulAphiu st 9.90 is_
BALTIMORR EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harriabar
daily (except Monday) at 2 OQ a. m ; Altoona,l7./.04-
take breakfast, and arrives at Pittalulrg at IS
PHILADELPHIA IMPRESS TRAIN leaves "Har
burg daily at 8.00 a. m.„ Altoona at 8 00 a.m., take break
fast, and arrives at I , l44earnrg at 12 22 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Rarrisbarg at 1.15 p. m., Al
toona atl p. in., take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg
at 12.80 a. m.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg 3.60 lb. m., Altoona
8.35 p. m., and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00 a. in.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia 1,80 p, m., and arrlrea at RiLrrtillstin at
8.00 p. m.
WAY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN terms Philadel-
Phil at 4,00 p, ni,, and arliTefl at Harrisburg at 9.40
p. M. This train runs via Mount Joy.
SAMUNL D. YOUNG,
Superintendent Middle Diet. PeouVa R. R
Harrielburz April ]6 .1963
DIJILADELPHIA & -ERIE RAM
ROAD.—This great line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Erie, on Lake Brie.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Rail Road
Company, and under their auspices II being rapidly
opened throughout its entire length.
It is now in nee for Passenger and Freight Widnes/
from Barrisburg to Driftwood, (Peoond Pork,) (177
miles) on the Eastern Division, and from Sheffield to
Erie. (78 miles) on the Western Division.
MS OF PASSSNSER TRAINS AT ILI %IS
Man Train.... 1.15 a. m. Express Train— SAO a. m.
Owe ran through mahout ainage batk ways on thics
trains between Philadelpbia and Lock Haven, and
twain Baltimore and Lock Swop.
Elam, Sleeping Cars on Express Trains tit ways
between Williamsport and Baltimore. and Williamsport
For information respecting Peeeenser loudness spot
et the 8. Z. eer. 114 h and Market arra la.
And for Freight Malcom of the Oompanre Agents
8 B. Itangston, Jr., oor. 18th and Market etre
J. W ..Reynolde, Erie.
J. M. Drill, Agent N. O. B. 8., Ratios , .
H. H. BOUtiTell
Geell Freight AO,
LEWIS 1.. 1114.1• T,
Gen , ' Tichet agt, Plays-
NL D ParrTS.
ifen't Manager. Williamsport.
F Ts7STR Co
ALMOND' °BA NG &
NAOO, _ P APPLE,
BITTER ALMOND, OALDRIE,
clowareza., liar NaorIML) assorted *um hr
The above owsortmeat sot reteiymi. mi. of ta.
s o mas Bowess—aseA Boats sod ~ewe war
mated, rsporial WM NOE. J.» B 00.
OCKET KNIVEk.—A very fine ibe•
r P enman, 1101111M11101 SOOLITOZ
Cinzo of travel.