Evening telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1863-1864, December 09, 1862, Image 3

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lar Evening Edition are inserted in this
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Tuesday Knifing, December 9, 180
AN INYANTILIf SWORD, sash, belt and gnat
blanket, all first class, and never been used--
will be sold for $2O. Enquire at this office. 3te
Aeseciarros will be held at their rooms in Kel
ker's Building this evening at 8 o'clock, and a
full attendance is requested, as special business
will be transacted.
DAVIS, of the Seventh Cavalry, P. V.,
who has been in this city, (having accompanied
the remains of Lieut. Lutz,) returns to his regi
ment today. Capt. Davis has won for himself
a splendid reputation since he has been in the
service, as well for his bravery as a soldier, 4
for his courteous deportment sa a man. He
is a credit to his native city.
SANYORD'I3 °PIMA. H011133.—A. great bill is pro
yid' d for this evening. Sanford in one of his
best characters, the "Virginia Mummy," which
is alone worth the price of admission, to sai
nothing of Talbott's great feat of ascension oil
the pole. Brown's local songs are also a novel!
ty. We see a piano has been added to the
orchestra, thus improving the already beauti
ful music of Sandford's band. The season, so
far, et this establishment, has been very favor
able, and if it continues, Mr. Sanford will have
no CAUSE, to complain of his investment.
A guar PROM A MASKED BAITIELY —The Peculiar:
Warlareof Secesh. --When we alluded to the recent
affair in ono of our public schools, we did so at the.
request of one of the best men in the city, who
gave us a relation of facts which have not yet
been disproved. In all that we wrote, we made
no refl etion on Miss Gill, and whatever she:
may suffer by being thus thrust before the ,
public, she must hold her , anonymous defend
ers and not the Tsisonarn, responsible. Bute
her virtues and accomplishments as a teacher,
(which we freely admit,) can be no offset to
any act such as that which disgraced some of ,
the scholars attached to her school. That act
has made a deep impression on the public mind.
It has developed a domestic relation before
which the true friends of the country may well
stand appalled, and from denouncing which no
personal virtue, no professional accomplishment
or short s o journ in our city of any Individual,
can deter us for a moment.
In regard to this difficulty in the school, the
flash communication in the Patriot this morn
ing, displays a spite and a malevolence which
are in fine accord with the treason sympathy of
the writer of that production. ' He does not
disprove the difficulty by his appeals for Miss
Gill or his soapy defence of the Common
School system, because neither were or are at
issue in this matter. And if there has been no
difficulty in the school, no spiteful display of
treasonable sentiment and feeling—no assault
on the girls who professed loyalty, why was
one of the young ladies who refused to sign the
card, punished with an extra task? Will
" Justice" answer this question. And when he
next writes for the Patriot will he state to the
public whether or not a weekly collection is
taken up in any of the schools, to pay for sub
scriptions to the same journal. While these
interrogatories have nothing to do with the first
disgraceful conduct which we were so loath to
expose, an answer to each will help to show
the public that ev,•n that which was designed
to be the glory and pride of a free people, can,
by evil influences and base parties, be made to
contribute to their disgrace and humiliation.
ins ANDBBSON TROOP. —Patriotism in Young
Manhood.—Who is the Hero 9—The Philadelphia
Pros of to-day says that last summer a young
lad, a pupil In the seminary at Williamsport,
whilst sojourning in that city to pass away the
weeks .of vacation, enlisted in the Anderson
Troop, now in camp near Louisville, Kentucky.
His mother, who is a widow, was then absent
on a visit to a daughter in Maryland. Informed
on her return to Philadelphia what had trans
pired, she wrote her son, who is a minor, as to
whether she should commence proceedings
with a view to his discharge from the ionic°,
and received his answer, asking her to desist
from such undertaking, in these patriotic words:
"Yon wish to know if I like the life. Cer
tainly not. I never expected to, but am much
better pleased than I even anticipated. I did
not entor the army because I thought I would
like it, but enlisted simply out of a sense of
duty. lam a Northerner by birth ; all my in
terests in this world are there, and I was reared
and educated under the American flag, the
glorious "old stars and stripes," and I could
not stand as a casual witness of the downfall
of that flag without raising my arm in its defence;
I could not see our glorious Union totter and
fall without rushing to its rescue. You had
four tons, and out of those four I was the only
one able to obey my count y's call, the only
one capable of defending the lights of our Con
stitution—and this is the re loon I entered the,
army'; BO do not again ask mo If I lik e it , o r if
I want to be taken out, at, your. commands. .
We have received our horses, and lire keptbusy
drilling all day ; it makes one very tired. X
have had one or two kicks, although I have a
very gentle horse and 'am careful. J. it, w ag
kicked on the leg while on diill. One . young
man was thrown and injured for life, conse
quently unfit for servica. We will most likely
be ordered to Nashville next week"
The Press further states that this young
dragoon is a native of Harrisburg, where some
of his kindred now reside ;-whilst many of his
name sleep in the old churchyard at Paton, a
historic spot, three miles from the
this State.
—Will some of our readers assist us in dis
covering the name of the " yorniN diagdori;"
whose devotion and patriotisin ske449
lustre on Ids nslvu city. His riamosloold
honorably mentioned.
IPtunifiguanta klatig tlegrapl), eutsban dinning, ;Decoder 9, 1862
SERIOUS DISTURBAION-A Recruit of the Regular
Army ,Bayoneited by the Provost Gmard. --Yesterday,
Beyond pfficers tha! Regular Army
were in this city, on a hunt for recruits, who
had been left here "loose," awaiting transporta
tion to Osage. While thus engaged, and the
number of recruits increasing, and their condi
tion being rather boisterous account of the
liquor they bad imbibed, it became necessary
to call for assistance on the Provost Guard. %,
A detichinent of the Guard wail immediatelfr
datidiekatidaidle assisting to convey the re
crtiltako-the depot, considerable difficulty was
expiiri l eiiceil. Some of the men were almost
ungovernable, being 'in a condltlon of complete
and maddening intoxication. When the Guard
reached the depoi, one of the recruits became
Perfectly Opmanageable, rushing on the Guard,
and endeavoring to inflict personal injury upon
all within his reach. While thus winning
those kirotind him , tie recruit was bayonati(3d
in the abdomen, receiving a severe and what is
considered a dangerous wound.
In the confusion which ensued, it was found
necessary to remove 'all the' recruits to Camp
Curtin, as it was impossible at the time to get
transportation. The men were greatly excited
by this affair, and,threatened vengeance on the
Provost Guard. Aliwho witnessed the bayonet
ting declare that it could not have been avoided,
and that the member'of the Guard was not to
blame for his action.
Tao Pstovost Ovenn.—Their.Operation in tha
&rats Day and Night: The duty which the
Provost Guard has had to perform has been Otie
involving a great responsibility, in which the
peace of the city has,been at stake, and the life
of even man attached to the Guard constantly
in danger. This every man knowe who ha s
any knowledge of the , serVicewhich is exacted
from and which 4 faithfully performed by the
Proirost Guard. But notwithstanding all this,
we have been called on several times by some
of our 'best citizens, who seemed to think that
certain members of the Guard occasionally
exceed their prescribed duties, by assuming an
authoiity . toWhich they are ' not entitled, in
interfering with private citizens, arresting
civilians and confining them in the• guard
house. If this is really so, there is a remedy
for such arrests, in an appeal to the Provost,
Mazahai; where redress will, be found more
speedily than any which can be afforded
bpi% newspapurdiscussion of the grievance.
This morning a respectable business man in
West Second street, called to complain, that
while some of the Guard were In pursuit of an
escaping soldier, they , had fired on the fugitive,
lodging thien balds;in the shiitters and door
of his place of business. _This gentleman
'(whose name we are of course ready to give to
the Guard) complained that this reckless firing
was Uncalled for, as the escaping party was not
attempting to desert entirely the service, but
merely endeavoring to reach his quarters with
out being captired and put into the paid .
, We are not willing to apologise for what
seems wrong, but we cannot refrain from ex
incising CnieregrA i tltnt . Anv, differ a non phenld
WWI betwemn, AN, , cfUnme mut tkm,,'ltovoet
duard. We trust that a. good ,understanding
will be had—that the' Guard May be kept
within bounds, and that the g4i . fiervices
which this body, of men have already rendered
the city, may not be destroyed or Counteracted
by any dereliction-on their Part lit this time.
A Myrna's or TEM Canue.—Bard Times and
Brilliant,' Displays-- Desolation and Death with
Luxury, Pampered Fashion, and Wilful Extrava
gances.—What holds good in other cities is
equally discensible in the State Capital. What
our cotemporaries abroad complain of and are
puzzled with, equally arrests our attention and
confounds our understanding. There are some
things in the world, which the wisest cannot
fully:comprehend or understand, and which it is
difficult to solve by any recognised mode of
reasoning or rule of cyphering. Harrisburg at
the present time presents one of those anoma
lies in view of the prerdence of the war, the
exorbitant prices charged for everything eatable
or wearable, in the scarcity of labor, all taken
in connection with the expenditure that seems
o pervade every clam of society. The streets
never made a finer exhibition of well dressed
women, and it only needs a pleasfmt afternoon
So draw them forth • The markets were never
better supplied, and even the high prices charged
do not seem in the least toliecreasethe :patron
age bestowed upon them, ' •
Silks of the costliest character, and :dres s
goods of the most valuable 'fabrica are' 'to be
found in the ptiblic promenades, and produce
at the highest price goes, home for daily eon
gumption. Fuel ranges at exorbitant rates,
labor remains' at figures that are comparatively
low, yet, this apparently unwarranted extrava
gance continues from day to day, without any
evidence of cessation.
In thelneentinie, everything is taxed. The
check ;by which a man draws his money, the
note on which he loans it, the protest which
signifies its non-payment. He contributes to
the revenue on every telegraphic despatch he
sends to enquire as to the health of a sick
relative; and pays additional if he takes a seat
in the care to , visit one he may never behold
again. He pays for the stamp which must be
affixed to the deed which conveys to him pur
chased property, and is charged an additional
tax on the property he has acquired.
Yet in spits of all this additional taxation,
money certainly seems as plentiful in our city as
in the most prosperous times. Everybody is
well dressed. &ray hand, almost, is ornamented
with jewelry--diamonds spaxkle on bosoms that
never before even dreamed of their lustre, One
of our principal jewelers states that his Bales
are larger now than ever before. He also states
that his' information from those with whom he
deals in New York and Philadelphia, is that the
sales of diamonds and other precious stones had
been larger this, in those cities, than at any
previous season. He Could account for it in no
other manner than that army c ontractors or
eMployees, formerly of limited means, had
acquired such wealth in Government transac
-1 dins that - they ware eating up on an extensive
i ,
' ' st, and. beginning life in a magni fi cent s t y l e.
n : we ko. - ' War jo 4 source of aggrandiaci
m t tos sorne,while Htti others it is a leveler
whose approaches cannot be withstood.
Counr.—The funeral of Mr. Jacob Mark, one
of the Oldest inhabitants of this county, took
place on Sunday morning from his late residence
in West Hanover township, and was largely
attended by his relatives and friends. Mr.
Mark was born in Lebanon county, but removed
to this county at an early period of his life. He
was for many years a consistent member of the
Lutheran church, and was highly esteemed by
those who knew him well. He died after a
short illness at the advanced age of nearly 78
SOLDIIIIB' Oomsx—ta correspondent thus
describes the coffee supplied to one of the army
camps not yet upon the battle field: " You can
form some idea of the rations it takes to feed
such a body of men, when I tell you that at
breakfast this morning it took eleven hundred
gallons of coffee to supply them, that is, what
the contractor calls coffee. I should like to
have the handling of that fellow ; I would
oblige him to drink three times a day a quart
of his villainous compound. I think he has
begun to add burnt, barley among the other
ingredients. I expect the next dose he puts in
will be a small modicum of strychnine. I think
a very good course to pursue in regard to those
contractors whO concoct these messes, would be
to serve theni as Napoleon . l. used to treat his
contractors, who furnished the soldiers poor
rations—take them out some fine morning and
give them an ounce more or less, of cold lead.
I think it would have a very beneficial effect
on those left. Our contractor, not satisfied with
giving us hodge-podgemera, has left off putting
any sweetening in it, and you can imagine what
a savory liquid it must be."
Tan MACK TONGIII in Honns.--.4 Preventa
tive and a Care.—We printed a paragraph In this
department, yesterday, in reference to the dis
ease of the "black tongue" among the Gov-:
erament horses in the vicinity of Washington.
This morning an army officer called to inform
us that he had seen the evil effects of the same
disease among the horses belonging to the army
in service in the south-west, where at least
$60,000 worth of.horse flesh had been lost to
the service before the_disease could be arrested.
The disease first shows itself in small ulcers
breaking out on the tongue, which, quickly
enlarge and become black, when in the absence
of relief, the tongue literally " rota off," thus
producing of course the most painful death to
the animal. In Kentucky, when this disease
was first discovered among the horses, it was
thought thatit wee produced by the "regulation
bit," which ie a heavy, rough and at beet a
painful piece of machinery to place in a horse's
mouth. But examination and observation
seemed to dispel thishellef, as with the same
bit, horses have been protected from the disease
by using the following preventative :
After enclosing a particle of anafedita in an
ordinary piece of cotton rag, bind it firmly to
the bit, and with this in the mouth of the
beree, - the animal will be prokeeted from eh',
" black tongue." It is of course necessary to
Provestraewciabllncoe suatiasis minosed with
the disease with others in sound health, as it is
of a contagioni character, and horses have been
known to take it that have been stabled where
others have had the disease months before. It
is thought that animals leave the contagion on
the troughs or mangers.
The cure for the "black tongue" is simple
and easily administered. The following ingre
dients are necessary . :
1 ordinary pale of water.
1 lb of copperas.
2 sticks of caustic.
These are dissolved, and the preparation used
by swabbing the ulcers on the tongue of the
diseased animal two or three times a day. The
effect of this sponging or swabbing is, of course,
to cauterize the ulcers, and in a few days the
tongue becomes entirely relieved from their
presence, and the hope restored. When an
animal is attacked, he should be removed im
mediately from all contact with others. If
this precaution, is not taken the disease will be
communicated, to others, and in a short time
every stable hi a wide circuit becomes filled
with horses suffering and dying from the effects
of the black tongue.
—We submit this preventative and cure to
those interested, and ask for it a circulation in
the columns of our cotemporaries, for the bene
fit of the government and the people.
HISSISBUZG, Deo. 9, 1862
We, the undersigned, being fully convinced
that the acquisition of phonography by the
young of both sexes would fully repay them for
the time and expense of learning it, and lutvinq.
examined Mr. Topham's ort dent's* do hereby
recommend that all who can find time should
enroll themselves as members of the classes
now forming in this valuable amomplithment
and useful art.
Rev. Chas. A. Hay, Miss A. M. Hays,
Rev. Win. O. Cattell, Miss O. P. Bette!,
Rev. Franklin Moore, Mint Jennie Robinson,
Rev. G. J. Marts, Mr. J. F. Seiler,
Dr. O. Seiler, Mr. D J. Burns,
Daniel D. Boas, Mr. F. 11. Worley,
Henry Shellenberger, Mr. A. E. Eyster,
Miss Marion E. Gill, Mr. J. Lloyd,
Meg A. Y. Woodward, Mr. R S. Engle.
plorable accounts having been received in
regard to the condition of the camp of the
convalescent'', near Alexandria, Means. Covode
tnd Gooch, of the Congrendonal committee on
- ahe conduct of the war, yesterday afternoon
paid a visit to that locality, and found the
representations they had heard unexamerated in
many instances—espedally in regard to the
matter of fuel for the winter is there great
neglect and scarcity, although this is not at
tributed to Colonel Belknap, commander of the
pat, as he bonbons as efficient as possible under
the circumstance's by which he is surrounded.
Another great drawback results from the
fact that of the many thousands congregated
at this camp, there is a very large number of
those who are totally incapacitated from any
further service in the army. An early oppor
whity will be taken by the committee on the
conduct of the war to make a thorough ex
arnination into the wants of this camp, and to
recommend some measure to the proper en
thoritiee by which the grievances which are
non complained of Lan be remedied. Of the,
number of convalescents at this
. camp wee.
2,077 are from Penniedvania. —iforstsag Oneida)
41h ult.
Of all kinds attended to.
Office : Third Street, ifirrieburg, Ps. [0271y
LaDl' Hoot SKIMP —lt is not our purpose
to speak of the origin of Hoop Skirts, but
history informs us that they were introduced
into France and England many years since.
In the United States they are of modern intr
duction, but have become very popular from
their beauty, comfort and convenience. The late
improvement in those manufactured by J. W.
Bradley, Nos. 144, 146, 148 and 150 Chambers
street, New York city, has attracted special at
tention, and are for sale at the cheap dry gocds
Hobe of Urich & Bowman. d 8 d2t
The Phonography dame now forming will
hold recite as follows;
The Clergymen's class on Monday, Dec. 16th,
at 44 o'clock P. x., at the house of Rev. W. C.
The Ladies' class Tuesday, Dec. 16th, at 7}
o'clock, (probably at the Harrisburg Female
The Boys' High School class at the Hope
Engine House School room Wednesday, Dec.
10th, at 4 o'clock P. Y.
The Ladies' High School class at the North
Ward High School, on Thursday, Deo. 11th, at
4 o'clock P. N.
The business and young men's class on
Thursday, Dec. 11th, at 7 o'clock P. M., in the
State Librarian's room at the Capitol.
Lawyers, doctors, editors, &c., will enroll
their names at the postoffice.
Ladles will enroll their names on the rolls
left in the bands of the teachers of the Harris
burg Seminary, the teachers of the High School
and in the charge of Rev. Messrs. Cattell, Lew.
cosh, Hay and Robinson. dec.(i-tf.
We are happy to announce that Mr. Topham
has, in addition to the names of a large number
of the daughters of ous most influential citizens,
and very many young men, the names of Rev.
Mears. Leacock, Robinson, Hay, Cattell, Wood,
Moore, Marts, and others of our clergymen.
17 13 1410 T A DYE,
But restores gray hair to its original color, by sup
plying the capillary tubes with natural unstenance,
impaired by age or disease. All instantaneous dyes are
composed of lunar caustic, destroying the vitality and
beauty of the hair, and afford of themselves no dressing.
Helmatreet's Inimitable Coloring not only restores hair
to its natural color by an easy process, but gives the
hair a
Luxuriant Beauty,
promotes its growth, prevents its falling off, eradicates
dandruff, and Imparts health and pleasantness to the
head. It but Mood the test of tune, being the original
Hair Coloring, and is constantly increasing in favor.
Used by both gentlemen and ladles. It is sold by all
respectable dealers ,or can be procured by them of the
commercial agent, 1:0 S. Barnes, 202 Broadway, N. Y
Iwo slits, 60 cents and
Funs I Fume 11— We , have received from New
toTk-a ierdendid umortment of Faro at aliprloes.
Black Cloaks, ready made and made to order.
600 Hoop Skirts, all styles from 75c. up.
60 pieces of white, red and yellow flannel.
25 dozen of white and grey Undershirts and
25 pieces of new Delainea and other Dress
80 pair of splendid white (all wool) Blankets.
200 splendid Cambric Bands, best French
needle work
A very large assortment of ladies, gentlemen
and children's Stockings, (wool and cotton,) all
10 dozen of Kublas, Woolen 11004 Sontags,
and Chenile Scarfs.
60 pieces of Casainetts and Kentucky Jeans,
for men and boys' wear.
10 pieces of Merinos, (all colors,) Alapaccas,
and Paramattas.
Oar stock now is large, and bought before
the rise in goods, and those wishing to buy we
would invite to call. S. LEWY.
To the Afflicted.
The undersigned would respectfully inform
those who are afflicted with Rheumatism, Dys
pepsia, Consumption of Liver and Kidney,
Coughs, Fevers, and all diseases arising from
impurity of the blood, that she is prepared to
furnish Mrs. Westhoven's German Vegetable
Medicines at very moderate rates. I have also
on hand a quantity of invaluable Salves for
Sore Ryes,.Frosen Feet and Piles. References
can be furnished as to their . wonderful efficacy,
whenever called upon. There need be uo ap
prehension in regard to my competency to ad
minister it, as I have had it on hand for the
past six years. As they are now sold at reduced
prices, no family shotdd be without them over
night. They can be had at any time at my
residence, in Pine, street, between Second and
Front. (aul3-dim) MRS. L. BALL.
PHILADELPHIA ' Nov. 8, 1862.
Mrs. Ball:—I feel no hesitancy In acknow
ledging the virtue of your medicine, its sooth
ing influence and healing power. For several
years I was afflicted with dyspepsia, and during
my stay in Harrisburg you cured me in the
short space of one month, of that annoying
and distressing disease, and the same time
also cured me of a running scrofula, which had
existed for over one year without: ceasing.—
During my years of affliction, I applied fre
quently to doctors of medicine, but they proved
ineffectual. I have the utmost eonfidenw and
belief in the power of your medicine, and would
say to those afflicted, who wish to enjoy life in
its natural element, with a system renewed to
vigorous nature, to try your medicine as I did.
Yours, truly,
64 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia.
Take no more Mrspkaliml and tauafe Nedkinee.
Per unpleasant and dangerous diseases, use
Which has received the endorsementof the most
IN now oflered to afflicted hum sally as a certain cure for
the following diseases and symptoms originating from
diseases and abuse of the Urinary or Sexual Organs.
General Debility,
Mental and Milysical Depression,
rmination of Blood to the Head,
Oinfaged Ideas,
HysteriG ena,
Ited , eunetia end Sleeplessness at Night,
Absentia of Muscular Elleiency,
Lose of Appetite,
D M m
Low Sp[
Disorganisation ilk Paralysis of the
Organs of Generation,
Palpitation of the Heart,
Andgio Fast, all the concomitants of a Nervous and
Debilitated state of the system.
lb Mum the genuine, std U& out.
Rove 'Mirka
A iiODIL Reraimuunsurr.—Ameng the many
improvements lately made in our city, to which
we can point with pride as an evidence of pros
perity and as a detentination on the part of
our business men, no longer to remain behind
the " light house," is the completion of Eby
& Kunkle's large brick building at the corner
of Market and Fifth streets, which is alike
creditable to the owners and ornamental to that
part of our city.
The building is not only one of the largest,
devoted to the grocery business, outside of New
York, but the stock challenges competion.—
Without going into detail, we may safely say
that the firm keep on hand everything usually
kept in a grocery store, (liquors excepted,) and
that they sell at very small Profits. Their
clerks are civil and accommodating, and have
strict instructions kitider no circumstances what
ever to misrepresent or take advantage of any
customer. A general invitation is extended to
the public to visit the new building and exam
ine the extensive stock, whether they purchase
Of not.
A" you sick, feeble and complaining ? Are
you out of order, with your system de
ranged and your feelings uncomfortable ? These
symptoms are often the prelude to serious ill
ness. Some fit of sickness Is creeping upon
you, and should be averted by a timely use of
the right remedy. Take Ayer's Pills, and
cleanse out the disordered humors—purify the
blood, and let the fluids move on unobstructed
in health again. They stimulate the functions
of the body into vigorous activity, purify the
system from the obstructions which make dis
ease. A cold settles somewhere in the body,
and obstructs its natural functions. These, if
not relieved, react upon themselves and the
surrounding organs, producing general aggrava
tion, suffering and disease. While in this con
dition, Oppressed by the 'deiangements, take
Ayer's Pills, and see bow directly they restore
the natural action of the system, and with it
the buoyant feeling of health again. What is
true and so apparent in this trivial and com
mon complaint, is also true in many of the
deep-seated and dangerous distempers; The
same purgative effect expels theui. Caused by
similar obstructions and derangements of the
natural functions of the body, they are rapidly
and many of them surely, cured by the same
means. None who know the virtues of these
Pills will neglect to employ them when suffer
ing from the disorders they cure, such as Head
ache, Foul Stomach, Dysentery, Billions Corn
plaints, Indigestion, Derangement of the Liver,
Costiveness or Constipation. As a Dinner Pill
they are both agreeable and effectual.
PRIOR 25 /UNTO rea Box, OR FIVE Boma roe $l.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell,
Sold by C A. Bannvait, D. W. Gross & Co.,
C. K. Keller, J. M. Lutz, Dr. Riley, F. Wyeth
and dealers everywhere:.
EE undersigned purposes forming classes in
this beautiful, useful, legible and easily
learned accomplishment, in the city of Harris
burg, to recite during the present winter. Pro
fessional.and business men will find that by
learning it they can accomplish more in one
hour by writing with this system of penman
ship, than in six hours with the common long
Three classes will be formed, one for LADIES,
one for ACADEMIC STUDENTS, and one for
nova Tueskiri 6md9w
Any one'of ordinary intelligence can acquire
a practical knowledge of Phonography in a
course of twelve lessens of one hour each, one
lesson per week being given.
Either Pitman's, Graham's or Inugley's
Text Books may be used.
My terms will be as falloWs :
'For course of twelve lessons in class.... $3 1:10
For course of twelve lessons at office or
residence for oue pupil 8 00
Office or residence for two pupils each.. 500
Three pupils each 4 00
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Rolls will be left at the offices "Harrisburg
Telegraph," "Patriot and Union" and Post
Office. Hoping that the citizens of Harrisburg
will give me an earnest support, I remain very
truly at their service. .
of glory. With proper care and culture
it will last as a protection to the head as long
as the nails do to the fingers, or the eyelashes
to the eyes. Samaralo's Axsaoste is the only
article yet discovered that will bring about the
desired results. It is a preparation the result
of science and experiment ; the science point
ing out what was needed, and experiment find
ing the required properties in certain roots,barks,
and herbs. ]t has consumed a long time in its
preparation, has been tested by persons of most
undoubted reliability in this city, and is by them
pronounced perfect, and the only satisfactory
article, and is now offered to the public. The
'proprietors, determined to give it the most
thorough tests, practical and chemical, and now
certain that it will make the hair grow luxuri
antly on Bald Heads, Preventing Grayness and
Baldness, Reinvigorating and Beautifying the
Hair, rendering it soft and glossy.
Du. STRILLISO'S AMBROSIA 18 a stimulating,
oily extract of roots, barks, and herbs, and,
aside from its neatness, permanency, and gloss,
it is medically adapted to preserve and add to
the beauty of the hair. The only article yet dis
covered that will Cure the Diwate of the Scalp, and
cause Me Hair to Grow.
This is to certify that about eighteen months
I commenced using STIIRLIMG'S AMBROSIA.
My hair was short, thin and rapidly falling out.
I had tried many Hair Tonics, Invigorators, &c.,
without receiving any benefit. Soon after using
the Ambrosia, my hair ceased falling out, and
commenced growing so rapidly as to astonish
me. Now my hair is thick, soft, and glossy,
and is five feet four inches in• length--when let
down, reaching to the floor. This wonderful
result I attribute solely to the use of Sreatano's
Annaosta, as since I commenced using it I have
applied nothing else to my hair.
Sworn to before me this 15th day of April, 1861.
H. N. PARKER, Com. of Deals.
City Milk New York.
or For Sale by D. W. GROSS & CO., Har
risburg, Pa. nl4-d3m]
WE have received an assortment of Wal
lets adapted for carrying safely and con
veniently the New Currency, with lot of
ladies' Satchels, Ladies' Companions, Purses,
Portmonnales, Segar Cases, Card Cates, Wri
ting and Sewing Cases, Portfolios.
eIOAL OIL LADlPt3'4Hand, Parlor,
J Mies, and"Braiis Lamps, Tor sale by
dB Comer Front and Market Ste.
New 21butrtistmtnts.
Nun 2butrtisments.
Princes Melodeons &oil
Of every kind.
Large Pier and Mantle Mirrors,
Photograph Frames and Albums.
at the New Music Store of SILAS WAND,
dly N 0.12, North Third Street, above Market.
Office of JAY COOkE,
At JAY COOKE & CO., Bankers,
Philadelphia, Nov. 1, 1862.
The undersigned, having been appointed
SUBSCRIPTION AGENT by the Secertary of
the Treasury, is now prepared to furnish, at
once, the
New Twenty Year 6 per et. Bonds,
of the United States, designated as "Five-
Twenties," redeemable at the pleasure of the
Government, after five years, and authorized
by Act of Congress, approved February 25,
The COUPON BONDS are issued in sums of
$5O, $lOO, $5OO, $lOOO.
The REGISTER BONDS in sums of $5O, $lOO,
$5OO, $lOOO and $5OOO.
Interest at Six per cent. per annum will
commence from date of purchase, and is
Semi-Annually, which is equal, at the present
premium on gold, to about EIGET PER CENT.
Farmers, Merchants, Mechanics, Capitalists,
and all who have any money to invest, should
know and remember that these bonds are, in
effect, a FIRST MORTGAGE upon all Rail
roads, Canals, Bank Stocks and Securities, and
the immense products of all the litanufao•
tures, &c., &c., in the country ; and that the
full and ample provision made for the payment
of the merest and liquioatiou of principal,
by Curti me Duties, Excise Stamps and Internal
Revenue, serves to make these bonds the
Best, Most Available and Most Popular
a investment in the Market.
Subscriptions received at PAR in Legal
Tender Notes, or notes and checks of banks at
par in Philadelphia. Subscribers by mail will
receive prompt attention, and every facility
and explanation will be afforded on application
at this office.
A tull supply of Bonds will be kept ou hand
for immediate delivery.
JAY COOKE, subscription Agent.
ALL persons are hereby warned against de-
Li predating or in any manner trespaiming
'on the Farm of Mrs. C. High, adjoining she
city, and under the management of the sub
lir I have arrested several of these petty
thieves and nuisances, and made them pay
pretty well for their sport. Hereafter I shall
not only punish to the extent of the law, but will
publish in the Telegraph and other p Tors the
names of all offenders.
Oct. 13, 1862. JACOB MIBII.
O .
F all desirable hardy native varieties, (and
they are the only class worth planting in
the open air,) for Bale at the Keystone Nursery,
adjoining the city.
Among them are some of the newer varieties,
such as Delaware, Diana, Rebecca, Concord, Musca
dine, Rarlford, Prolific, kc., which have sold at
very high prices for small and weak vines.—
Strong, well ripened and thrifty vines are now
offered at reasonable prices.
Oct. 18, 1862.
VINES of this Monster among Native
American Hardy Grape, for sale at the
Keystone Nursery. The clusters frequently
weigh a pound and a half, and the berries are
larger than the Celebrated Black Hamburgh.
The quality is also good—equal, at least, to
the well known Isabella. J rata",
3.000 BUS HELS prime Yellow (3orn.
500 bushels barley nia't, first quakily.
200 bushel- , rye.
50 barrels whisky, first qualt,
Enquire of 2.IOILAkiD AND,
se2B•dtf Washington Ivenuo, ilarrisburg
CHOICE lot of Tobacco, for sale a rearona
ble prices, by NICHOLS 84 BOWMAN,
nov3 Corner Front and Market htii.
Third Street, next door to Bradly's Barber
CATAWBA GRAPES, cheap, wholesale and re
tail. nol2
for sale cheap by
Cor. Front and Market Streets
111013ACCO, Cavendish, Congress and
A. Twist, for sale low by
Comer Frout and Market streets.
SUGAR cured hams, just received an
for sale, by 1.410110L' fi eowl4em,
sop 17 Cor Front and Market street.
IIiSTSS Mackerel, just received, and for sale,
nov6 Cor. Front and Market Ste.
NEW Orleans Sugars, white and brown,
just received and for ale lop: by
Cor. Finn t and Market sireets.
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I N variety, at Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg
Oct. 13, 1862
LOT of fine, sweet Havana Oranges just
received and for sale cheap at
Third Street, near Wahiut.
ASMALL lot of extra, just received and for
sale by WM. DOCK, Jr., 8t CO.
'A NUTS, Raisins, and Prunes, just re
ed and for sale by
Cor. Front and Market Streets.
DAS.BETS, Tubs, Brushes of aR kinds, for
.1.11 sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
iinv6 Cor. Front and Market Sts.
SUPERIOR article just received, and for
Li sale by WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
ceived. WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
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