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Nalurday Evening, lleetmber 13, 1862
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
A BROULAR MONTHLY M&aTINO of the Harris
burg Typographical Union will be held at the
Citizen Engine House, at seven o'clock.
HAVE you seen those fine goods at Keller's,
.received expressly for the Holliday's? They are
disappearing rapidly, and you will miss them.
Call at once. 91 Market Street.
A STATRD MEETINO of the Friendship Fire COM
pany will be held in their hall, on Monday
evening, at the usual hour. Punctual attend
ance is requested, to finish the arrangements
for giving their Seventh Annual Ball, on New
A CHRISTMAS DINNISH FOR THE SICK MD
WOHNDSH SoLnizas.—We trust that some of
our patriotic and liberal ladies will busy them
selves iu providing a suitable dinner for the
sick and wounded in the military hospitals of
this city and vicinity, on Christmas day. The
time is short, and the deserving of the sick
soldier great. A Christmas dinner would not
be digestible, if we thought that the Soldiers
in the hospitals were unprovided for on that
occasion. What say the ladies of Harrisburg to
our proposition? We are good for a turkey.
PROMOTED —Sergeant George W. McCol
lister, of Co. I, (Capt. C. C. Davis' command)
7th Pa. Cavalry, has been promoted to
the 2d lieutenancy of the company, in the
place of Harry H. Lutz, deceased. The pro
motion of such men is what we must
look to for the future success of the army, as
he is among those who have labored manfully
and patriotically for the victory which is to
bring us peace. He is a citizen of Harrisburg,
and of course the honor he has thus won by
his promotion is reflected un his home and his
Tit Sica SOLDIURS . Ilser.--This establish
ment, located on the vacant lot belonging to
the Lutheran Church, on Chestnut street below
Fourth, is now frilly in operation. Sick and
wounded soldiers have already been entertained
at the Rest, and thus far the establishment has
been a perfect succres.
A visit to the Sick Soldiers' Rest will repay
any of our lady readers. The arrangements in
the sleeping department are of the most am
ple and even luxurious order. Carpeted,
heated, well ventilated and lighted with gas,
this apartment is capable of affording a soldier
a rest as sweet, as clean and as comfortable as
could be derived in the choice chamber of any
of our best hotels. Added to this apartment
are water closets and conveniences for bathing,
all so located, that they can be reached by the
sick without exposure to the weather.
We feel a special pride in the Sick 'Soldiers'
Rest, as well from the fact that it was designed to
benefit those who are risking so much - for the
good of the people, as for its being such an
eloquent practical evidence of the liberality and
patriotism of the citizens of Harrisburg.
What is wanted at the Rest, is a suitable
blank book, to serve as a Register, in which to
keep a record of those who seek its shelter for
repose and refreshment. Such a Register
might afford those passing through this city in
quest of friends, the most important informa
tion. Any one desiring to donate the Rat
with such a Register, will do a good service in
a good cause.
AN APPEAL Ti) SCHOOL DIEZOTORB.—We pub
lished a beautifully conceived and finely writ
ten poem yesterday, from the pen of one of the
most gifted women in the country, on a subject
in which too little interest is felt by the parents
and people, not only of this, but of every city
and school district in the country. While our
system of education is magnificent in all its
proportions—while as a whole, it exceeds in
moral grandeur any other attempt or undertak
ing of the same description in the world, it is
yet deficient in many of its details, and some
salutary reforms are needed to make it an in
fluence for refining the heart, cultivating the
nobler impulses of our nature, as well as im
proving the mind. Our lady poetical corre
spondent has touched the right key and elicited
the best music on this subject that we have yet
heard offered as a plea in behalf of the over
tasked pupils of the public schools. She evi
dently wrote of what she knew, and her plea is
worthy of the serious consideration of the
school directors of Pennsylvania.
The most mistaken notion that ever entered
into the mind of man, is that which has seized
the train of so many otherwise sensible people,
that the minds of the young are best developed
by a system of tasks ; laborious, perplexing,
confounding - and mien appalling. .The same
principle might its well be carried Ott, mad the
physical energit taxed in likemanner. When
we resolve to t brain of a boy
,or 'girl, it
might as well hlso be decided to demand more
of the muscle of each than they can - possibly
perform, because it will net the sooner : ran.,
der, the child demented. A pitment might As
well. insist that the child should take: a.
certain amount of work to school, to
formed there, - as the teachers demand that the
scholar should carry his books home for study.
The school room is the proper place for study,
Home should be and is - the region of pleasure,
of recreation, of the performance of such duties
for the-pupil as will relieve the mind from its
wearisome tasks of the schocil room.
—But we will not pursue this subject any
further now. It is one whichintereefzi parents,
and to their discussion we refer it: It is one,
too, in which school directors have immense
power, and in .their discretionary use, that
power can be wielded for either; peat *Oct er
Puitegitiatitet Dai Meant-bier 13; r X 1862
TEI nen of the I Anfrntpnate man, who,
with his wife and two children recently perished
in a prairie fire, in Kanansosaa Josiah Kellerman;
and ziotilehiph, as erroiachraliriplinted in
account of last week.
MrruNs Biro Srooluaus Pop, 7,n2 SoLnisze.—lt
is stated on good authority flat- many of our
soldiers are suffering for the want of mittens
and stockings. Cannot the ladies repeat the
, good deeds of last winter and supply their
wants? We believe that It only requires to be
made known to sekthonsands of fair fingers to
Fawns' Cou.sea.-46. meeting . WM recently
held in Philadelphia of subscribers to the stock
for a FriendeColleieorhere both males and
females will receive a liberal education. The
stock subscribed by the three yearly meetings
of New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, is
$50,000. When half is paid in, commencement
will be nade by purchasing ground aid erecting
buildings. The design into raise a capital of
$200,000 if possible. The College is to be under
the management of thirty-two stockholders se
lected for the purpose. It is to be located con
venient to Philadelphia, probably in Delaware
Mamma° Bocirry.—The Harmonic Society
will meet at the lecture room of the Baptist
church, coiner of Pine and Second streets, on
Monday evening next, at n o'clock. The
object of the meeting is to take measures to
resume the regular meetings of the society, and
to ascertain whether or not the mombers of the
society will make another effort 'to pat 'it in
'active operation, The officers,bope that every
active membet will make it a matter of duly
to'be present. Thei members of the &ohs of
all the churches are earnestly invited to attend
and unite with the members of the society on
Cumettatatto Conevr.-:-The barn of G. L.
Shearer, of Di Ebbw, was burnt to the ground
on the 25ihttlt. Large quantities of hay and
corn were destroyed in the conflagration.
Tarr ibis Aceidnit,4-The Carlisle Hotta of the
12th says that last week ai accident occurred
in the neighborhood of Shjppensburg, which
caused the instant death of Mrs. Severe, whose
: neck was broken, and :the probable mortal
: wounding of her husband. We have Wen
unable to ascertain any further particulars than
that Mr. and Mrs. Severs were riding home in a
wagon from Shippenstrarg, where they bad
bought a stove. The horse ran away—fipsetting
the wagon, and producing the mournful events
Tetra Cans op nui CHILDREN. —A hortible se.'
eident recently occurred in Philadelphia,
which two little girls were dreadfully burned,
causing one to die while the flames were playing
about her petsou, leaying the 'other in a
condition that : forbids, every . hope of her recov
ery. They were aged !respeififirely seven , and
three years,• and . had beenleft in charge of a
store, when ,one attempted to roast'en'epPle
on a hot-stov_e,_thareby igniting her 'clothes.
As the other atten — i - Pitt , tuossay Atm cu.>
flames were also communicated to her Clothes,'
and thus they were literally consumed. This
is another warning for' parents to, guard their
children against such accidents. • Ho advice can
be given for such cases. The PrrOeficelknd care'
of the parents must provide the means etpro
tection to thachildren. —OrtNednesdaylait,
in Huntingdon, a child belonging to a &mai
named Rogers, was ,blrned, 'from the effects of
which it died.,_ The child had been left alone,
and was attempting to play with the fire in a
DRAM'S DomistoThe announcement of the
death of Mrs. David J. Unger, this morning,
caused a thrill of irrepressible regret to pass
through • niauy h i eerts of
those who had known and-long esteemed Mrs. U.,
whose life ' ade her so beautiful an d:valuable', to,
j presenoe. Mrs .U. contracted a cold
.Whlie eugagett in the good work of Ministering
to, the wants , of the soldier. The sick and'
wounded defenders of the Union-were• regarded.
by her as brothers. To more Muni ono .'ot
these she was .like a guardian angel, hovering
about their conches, contributing to their com
fort and laboring.for their health, untither own
enereet and-gtrenth gate:Way, and.hefoie heir _
friends could realize the fact, she was.on the
verge of a grave from , which ihe had been
struggling to save oth ers. Thus, as' it were,
while crowning herself with deeds of inereY
and charity, she passed from this to that other
life, where she will get her blessed reward.
The death - of Charles V. "Matthews' lies also
elicited that sineine regret among his friends,
Which only the passing away from earth to
heaven of a good makqui pp mnvigd. He may
have bad Chios faults---)mtlew EMU had so many
virtues to• conntevbahume whatever of fault
there may have been in his nature. tjlenerous,
frank, devoted aid haneet, his record le suah that
who klYed • him can al waysturn to it with
pride, as their brightest heritage of ,_bls gift.
"Peace to his tibia."
Tun TaxAlresniniiiiT.—A very serious annoy
ance in the enforcement of the new lax lawhas
been removed by the action of Congress on
Tuesday. In fixing the' ' of the law, no
provision had beenhninistering the
oaths and affirmalio In its operations.
Thus the merchant, .ufactuxer, brewer, or
distiller, who is required to melte monthly or
quarterly returns, under oath, wa compelled to
make his affidavit before a magistrate and pay,
the fee customary in such - cues.. It was not to
be expected that an Alderman or .1/notice of the
Peace, not otherwise paid, would consent to be
troubled by such business, unless paid, and thus
ihe tax payer was not only compelled to pay
hie' proportion into, ithe coffeip of. thtt Govern
ment, but also add to the profits of Me Justice.
The Alifermen did a heavy gtaiultouki business
last summer, in swearing volunteM and
,o a ehs alligionce, and no doubt
discovered tha t the work`, tkough pleasant,. ents
pot remunerative. - By virtue of the am end
',lnente,` the excisemen are empowered to "4 0
itheir own swearing" In receiving attested le
turns. This amenatnentislin: curtails the foes
the different Aldermen' slid , fiftigiatiatecief
he country, who calculated on oaking. l o bar
of the tax bill pay.
COLUXBI& 41! .. 0e4gibes very imposing
and belutiful, a monument which has lately
begs erected in one of the cemeteries of th 4
vi lo3fy, by SaMuel D. Yoririg, of this 'city; as a
markof his regard and love for the memory of
DEAD BODY Foren.—The . l3ody of a man, sup
posed to be William Bomberger, was found in
the river opposite State street, yesterday-after
noon, by some boys who were skating nettethe
shore. The deceased was dressed' in full infan
try uniform, and is suppose , } to have been etc
of the drafted men from W,ashington township,
this county. On his person was found a letter
from his father residing at Gratz, and About
one dollar in money. An inquest was held by
Henry Beader, req., and the Jury rendered a
verdict of accidental drowning:
Blame op MIPS NPLLII 0.1111i014 AT PLANT'S
Harr..—This. evening this beautiful and talen
ted young lady, who has been with us for the
last two . months, has her Muni) op the bills for
a benefit to-night; The public are well aware
of this young lady's ability and her claims for
a good house, and we are sure that' every lover
of the drama will attend to-night to groat - her.,
She is from a family who have amused: the
public, for nearly a hundred yews, being :the
great gland-daughter of that Jefferson who
died in this city, and who lies hurled amongst
us—Old Joe, aahe was ealled,'and who in his
day was the great Comedian of the country. A
gentleman of Harrisburg hia consented to ap
pear as Claude Mellnott in the Lady of Lyons:
Let bier bays a bumper.
A, Tiorrhaosw. To beautiful gold
medal has been manufactured by Bally & Co:;
Philadelphia, for presentittic4 to ll4r. Powell
Sharp, the engineer on the Pennsylvania Rail
road, Who so, heroically saved the ' lives: of a
large number of passengers en the Allegheny
mountains in November, to which we alluded
at the time of the occurrence. The medal is
a beautiful piece of workmanship. 'Within a
laurel wreath, on the Obveni43, Is the 'following
inscription : •
" Presented to Powell Sharp, Engineer on the
Pennsylvania Railroad, by =the passenger.; on
the train from Pittsburg, November 14th,
1862, in testimony of their admiration for his
noble and heroic onnduct. in saying theit t•ier
the ilk of hie 01/11. ? '• L ) i •
On the reverse is a handsomely engraved
picture of a locomotive, within a laurel wreath.
A Ates non Onanumo l lolo --If, the writer
of the communication in the Patriot this morn
ing, dated 'at 'Ohairibersburg, Dec. 10, 1862,
had shown as much zeal in defending the town
of Chambersburg frOm the invasion of the
rebels, as he does to defend the secession influ
ence in the public schools of this city, he would
have been . doing his
. 24toutri aviciti , service.
As it , is, he puts his pen=to a work in which he
seems to have great intereet; that of defending
treason in its incipiency. The fact, too, that.he
seeks to use 'twat' Virtues and Accomplish-
Ments to palliate the 'lltipndencej.trelisoW Sad
. belligerent propensitica 6f th '
tart or our well knoen swaision alitiEwitu
4 1 - , Pau4tat , liimmaabiwom AcN, Iktifw
defence.d the outrage latelycbinmittedlit the
,South Ward High Eichpol.
.Ancl yet, the rea
soning of the writer in the Patriot thilmrping
is, equal; . almost to
~tiul'apirtt,Which he wants to
I cover: nit by appeals for ithat, which is not in
issue4n the discunion. • Be forgets to nee /
proper dieguise When he changes the loc a tion
,of...his &tee, and .we new tablas him to stick
-to the repairing of old breeches, instead of
making issues' *Hie defence of a base
cause. His finit
tia sttiuhki,..at, a card for the
school girls w.i4nre,.beeause some of
the girls refused to sign it. His 'unit attempt`
in a etuntannieationwas abut fla---and now since
he has becomel 80104 p( Augsburg, and
changes the date of . hlit,produStiOlgeto Dhamv
beralung, he-sheWslow-soon the pleas of those
who : desire to apabgise for' ihe influences of
treason, actually run 'put and,. 4Ctin . ninkrtdiaakini.
If we bad euileAvoted,.we ctudd no‘have ex -
poied , thishusiness. and bowies; as effectually
as the writer'd the Su r d slid communications
has dins satisfied with
the vindication thetrutb has received at our
hands, we dismiss the whole liubject fOreirincl
'granting " Philo-justice " the privilege of
persesally, OA gratification he is
`entitledztoo for his leak of reason, loyalty and
To:F.:Monk Idateximen arm CaPrr4LISTS !
You have a soleni' - dOti 't.O l perforni to ' your
Government and to.,posterityl.
60 : r •
gallant army arid navy must bittirPOrt
ed bk.every man ' and woman who obai - iany
means, large or email, at their control. The
United Mtates Government; 'to whictC, - wOtitgi
our prosperity as a nation, security of person
and property of every sort, calls on each indi
vidual to rally to its <support=not wilkOkpa
tiont or gifts-though--'‘ino7: ,- COuld , ':-:tiithlibld
them-lorr'asOaßrlctifi To 11 4; 10 Alqs,
based on, the best secnrity, in the world li i • the
untold andinarcely yet tried : resources of , this
mighty continentivhich were developing . rapid=
ly when the.r.e.hellion, !mike . out, and to main
tain:which, IL9 A PRIMES'S HAISTAGE TO mmtru 7
st; this defence against rebelliOn !s - made.'
There is io:,m4ol6l4ittiqn, 'and can be no
failure—the cost has been: connted,-- and the
buithen will be_ light to , tui, and gladly borne
byi.poiteritY. ' What our RevOltitiOnaryFathent
aritor - us, Wm wilt be to . coming 'generations, if
we.fail not in our plain awl ..simple duty •
The , o wner cirevery foot of ground, of every
hOusii and -workshripijoweetti debt 'Of Serviee in
thefteld, or" ofhis means in this noble work !
Talk not of. taxes! they reeks . the; LOansl
TtdMihe LOans and • the 'taxes.i : fall more
lightly—and they supply the ready,.eseent and
requrc'' d means . to•strike thif:deittit
bodkin and* foul disturbers CiAloi'.l 4 Taifon'a
peace:! _ •.
Talk not of:Belem! They Are the Walston
of . GOD! who - rules - the . world and ;.:11talles
' tiny jof this mighty . • Nation" Out. =first
diiti is to God-oar next to • (Hit'
noktri • . ,
Your nearest patriatic pink or- lianker Wilt
supply thiilriarti:on •unich depends !.
See advertise : Mont' :`1! he sotitis 'MO' Civi
-• reedy for-delivery-at the office of JAY COO •
titVck,'Bilikers; l4 9 , ' l 4 l "4 4 .“44
I. 0. or 0. F.—The officers and members of
,Harrir.burg Lodge No. 68, and the members of
the. Order generally, are invited to meet at the
Hall (Walnut stieitt) toZmorrow (Sunday) after
noon, at o'clock, to attend the funeral of
their deceased brother, C. C. Matthews. dlt°
4 . , . 1 1 ~
:.,:. 1 i,.,,i •.t/1111E/OfiTS.
SAN MILD' 8 Opium Housa.—Great Bill for thu
Evening.—Being for the benefit of Mr. Brown,
the summed Pantomime will be repeated, to
gether with other attractions. Ou Mouday
evening:a benefit Will be given ba Mr. R. John
son and his Dramatic Company—the Hidden
Hand perforined. Sanford appears as
Wool. This attraction combined should draw
a buinpbr for Illtr Johnson.
Of all kinds attended to.
- : Attorney ad l Law.
Office : Third Street, liswistgirg, Ps.• [43271y
A Monet FATARusinuorr —Among the many
improvements lately made in our city, to which
we can point with pride as an evidence of Fos
perity and as a determination on the part of
our businas 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 stuck ch %Rouges 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 retail . profits. Their
clerks are civil and accommodating, and have
strict instructions under no circumstances what
ever to misrepresent,or take ssivantage 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
To the Afflicted
The undersigned would respectfully inform
'those who are afflicted with. Rheumatism, Dye
persia, Consumption 'of Liver and Kidney,
Coughs, Fevers,-'and` arising from
impuritrof thelAbod, that she to prepared to
furnish Mrs. liVesthoven'sGerman ,yegetable
Medicines at'Verynikklerate - rates. - I have also
on hand a .quantity of invaluable. Salves for
'Sore Eyes, : Frceen Feet and Piles. References
!can be fuished to' their ivonderfril efficacy,
whenever called upon. There heed The no ap
,prehension in regard to my competency to ad
minister it, as ',have had it on hand for the
,past six years. As they are now sold at reduced
prices, no family should be without them over
They 'can ,he 'had at any time
'residence, Pine '4reet; between Second and
I ,Front. (anlB-dlni) ' *BS. L. BALL.
PHILADALPHIA, Nov, 3, 1862.
Mrs. Ball :—Lfeet no hesitancy in acknow
ledging the virtue of your medicinc, its sooth
ing Widen& and heilling power.' For 'several
iyears I was alliicteiridth dyes's:Oda,' and during
imy stay in Harrisburg you cured me in the
abort spike Of one Jmentit, of that• annoying
d distressing disease, and at the same time
Iso cured me of a running scrofula, which had
':meted for over one year without cessing.--
aring my years of affliction. I_ applied fre
' nently to doctors, qf medlcanK but they proved
ne Per at ; * 3
V W° 9# 46 **19 1 4 111 /4 1 1 and
.lief tithe power of your and"
:ay to those afflicted; who wish to enjoy.life in
is natural element, with a system renewed to
igorous natgim. to try your medicine as I did.
'Or Yours, truly,.
GEO. J. hicCE - litRY,
54 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia.
FURS I ' Fuss 11-IWe bore received from New
ork "a splendid assortment of Fur,' at all prices.
,lilack Cloaks, ready . made .and made , to order.
, .epoHoop Skiitri, all styles ,from 75c, Up: .
60 pieces of white, red and yellow flannel.
25 dozen of white and•grey -Undershirts and.
~" ' •
L 25 Pieces of new 13elaines . and' other:Dress
cleats: , r: ~..,: (1',..
30 'Pair of - splendid Willie (all wool) Blankets.
200 splendid Cianforio4andir; best French
Odle wtirk- • ,
A=very large assortment of ladies, gentlemen
d children's Stockings, (wool and cotton ) ) all
, 10 dozen of Nubituy „Woplen Hoods, Sontags,
and Chenile Soak., • .- • .
60 pier:63 . 6f Cassinette and, Kentncky Jeans,.
foC men <.f 6 P4 49P1' . wear- .4.
Our stock now is large, and bought i befOre
the rise in goods, and those wishing to buy, we
'would invite to cIL " Ei. LEWY:
.F 164-4860-4. • •
DRAKE'SRLANTATIQ I IT BIM
Tlip y puriry',:iirengthen and int lgorato.
Their brake a liavlthY appear!. '
Theyarritili iiiied:de to change of Wader and diet.
they overcast. &gleans:4 distdpation and late .hoars4
They strengthen the iptem and enliven thopindp
'they prevent miasmatic and intemittedt. titers.
They purify the breath and acidity, of the
. nore Dyspepsia and ,Crnstipation.
They 'Ore, diarrhea, It Nokia; e.nd Molina iforbus.
They bare - Liver Complairt and Nervous Headache.
They pre , lies! bitters' ter Ili world. They 'make
,the weak ,1111111 strongoind are cupolated itar.pru'a great
restorer They are midi. of pare ..st: Croft s RUM, the
;celebrated Calla aya Bark;ioObt and herbsond are taken
with ti e pleasure of a beveragei without regard to age
or time nflity, Particularly recommended to delicate
persons requiring a gentlestimulant. Sold by, all
Grocers, Dinggista, Hate& and Saloons. P. IL Drake
&Co.,- 202 Broadway, New Teak. .
novd wed Swat dmdsw
?like no more unideisient and 'unsafe Medicines.
for unpleasant' and dangerous diseases,'Mie
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHII,
Which has received the endorsement of the most
PROMINENT PHYSICIANS IN THE U. S.
fa, now, olierett bar afflicted hum azdtyiee ' certtin onrelor
the Dilliadg a
Vinlieioes anirFirinpamns arlimatiaCirom
diseases and 'cense of the llrmary . , or.gemisi•organs.
General Debility; .>
and physical Depression, • ,
Imbedlity, • -
Deterowoon of ow
. 4,o„.„the Bead,
,f)onfdeed IdeaN .
1 . . f,. . General Irritability
Rearassnexa end Sleepletanera at flied;
-iitmenge of - Mulcalar Efficiency,
/VIT. et% • . • •
Low i dp c ttlav
- - Disorganisation or Paralysis of the.
• Otipaus . , '
Palpitation •of the . Heart.
And, in fileatst MPROomitanta of a Nervous end
Debilitated stain oftihe Menem.
insure The gaiullie . &is - Wit:
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Suitable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on hand.
A fine assortment of beet plated
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From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
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I N pursuance of an alias order of the Orphans'
Court of Dauphin county, will be exposed
to sale, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1862,
at the Court House; in , ,Harrisburg, at 1 o'clock
P. M., the folio wing real estate, viz : A certain
TRACT OF LAND,
Situate in Susquehanna township, Dauphin
county, adjoining lands of John Pypher,Peter
Fox, and the estate of widow ?rest, con taining
about 15 ACRES, having thereon erected a
One story and a half high, a Log Stable. About
THIRTEEN ACRES is cleared, and in a state of
about TWO ACRES is Woodland.
The whole tract is enclosed. There is a YOUNG
ORCHARD near the house, and a never-failing
spring of water. The land. would be well adap
ted for a Nursery. Late the estate of John
Bower, deceased. Attendance will be given
and conditions of sale made known by
_ _ _ _ _
•• - • GEORGE W. SEAL,
Admipietratot of said deoeoked.
Jowl RINGLAND, Clerk O. C. [decOltaw.
1I; N PURSUANCE of-an order of the Orphans'
Court of Dauphin county, will be exposed
sale, on SAI'URDAY, the 10th day of
January, 1863, at the Court House in Harris
burg, at one o'clock, 71.. w,, the following real
estate, viz.: A certain lot of ground in the
city of Harrisburg t bounded and described as
follows, viz: Beginning , ou North street and
th.flitte of 'l'vidow Bell, thence by said liele'orie
hundred feet to lot of Joseph Lewis, thence' by
line of said lot five feet to property of E. S.
Bell,. thence o¢ =lice of 'said lot parallel with
North street fifteen feet to a post' on line of lot
Of C. J. lfill; ler, , thencl
~ bL seem . QI.IO hundred
and, five feet toNorth street, thence . by North
street fifteen . 'feet to - the Piaci) of beginning.
Whereon is erected a Two Story Frame House
and back building, well fudslitd, with a three
feet alley in common with the adjoining build
mg, late the estate of Bliss May, dee'd.
Attendance will be given and conditions of
sale made known by „.
DR. JOHN . H. FAGER,
Administrator of said deceased.
decli f3t ' Jzo.'Rnvaratin, Clerk, 0. C.
J. HE Orphans ' Court of-Dapphin County has
appointed the subeciiher auditor to deter-
Mine-tha-balance -in-the-hands of Benjamin
Kunkel, surviving exhblitor °IA - he last will and
testament of Christian Kunkel, late of Harris
hurg, deed, and to distributelhe same among
the legateQ named 'in said will. And the au
ditor has 'appointed' Windily, the sth day of
lanuary' hat; at his office in Harrisburg, at 10
ise'clock in the forenoon of said day, for the put
of attending to, the duties of his appoint
eat, when and where all persons interested
Will plikilte tO attend. - . 'JNO. BOL'KUTS.
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VIRRIOR OR TIER HARRISBURG BMWS CO.,
Harrisburg, Pa.., Dec. 6, 1842.
MRF4TING -of the stockholders of the
Harrisburg Bridge Company is invited to
tie held at their eastern toll house, in the city
1.4 Harrisburg, on Monday, January bth, 1863;
when an election will be held,,between the
hours of 10 and=2 o'clock, for'n President, a
Becretary.'and Treasurer, and twelve Directors,
to serve foi the ensuing year.
' WLLLI.AM 'BUEHLER,
dg.doavrtect„ Secretary and Treasurer.
-HE undersigned Auditor, appointed by the
Orpban's,Court of Dauphin County, to make
daitribution among creditors of the balance for
distribution in the htmds of Joseph Rad:Liman;
administrator of the estate of Nathan Lichte•
walter,Aate of Halifax township, deceased,
will. Make said distribution at his office in Third
rgreet, Harrisburg, on THURSDAY, THE BTH
DAY OF JANUARY, A. D., 1863, when and
where all interested may attend.
J. W. SIMONTON,
Dzotountu 11, 1862. [dll-dloawBw
Collection of Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay
• , and War Claims.
Olken' Pay Rolls, Muster Rolls, and Re
cruiting Accounts Made Out•
"'undersi g ned, having been in the em
ployment of the United States during the
last eighteen months, as Clerk in the Muster
ing and Disbursing Once and Office of Super
intendent, of Recruiting Service of Pennsylva
nia, respectfidly informs the public that he has
opened an office in the Dam! Tummarn
Building for the purpose of collecting Pen
dons, Bounties, Back Pay and War Claims ;
also, making out . Officers' Pay Rolls, Muster
Rolls and Recruiting Accounts..
All orders by mail attended to promptly.
. r, SULLIVAN S. CHILD.
; Blanks, of all kinds furnished at this
MINCE PIES. • ,
MI AMINO,: OURRA NTS EMONS ,
L pID ,
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' BRANDIES, Bic.
Fcit• ode by ' '" 'N'ilif..3296g; Jr. it Co.
LARGE, APPAT4tridN' Family
'Bibles et diltdieint - ttiliss,or Oc, it It
,ftoss n isti stuagdllo.'•.&lise - Pionliet ibbtesdif:
cprent Wise julicewatt MANWllo2ll.l3psicalare—;
BRANT'S CITY HALL,
Every Night This Week.
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE
Third St., rear of Herr's Hotel.
SAM. S. SANFORD, Proprietor and Manager
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13th,
TERRIFIC ASCENSION ON A POLE!
The whole to conclude with the Ravel's
THE FOUR LOVERS I,
Price of Admiration 26 cent
Orchestra Chairs f 50 "
Private Box, single seats 75 "• 4
Gallery. 15 "
Children to Parquette and Orchestra, with
parents, half price.
Doors open at fri o'clock ; Performance to
commence at 71 o'clock.
AYER'S PI i... uS
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you out of order, with your system de
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symptoms are often the prelude to serious ill
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they are both agreeable and effectual.
Paiox 25 ORNTH Put Box, OR Fw 13oxsa volt $1
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.
3. 41.17G173117.3 SEC EC,
PHOTOGRAPHS retouched in Odors, India
I_ ink, Pastelle, Sehia, and Orayon, in the
most artistic manner, from $1 00 to $26 00.
Persons having defective Photographic copiek
frour Daguerreotypes of deceased relativesr;can
have them retouched and made "speaking like
nesses." Mr. Beck attends to having old
Daguerreotypes copied front miniature to life
size. Ivorytypes painted in every style. Sprr
amen pictures can be seen at his studio;
above Kelker's 'Hardware store, corner Second
street and Market Square.
Carte de visite colored neatly
At the Lowest Prices the Market will Afford.
dBal4w) Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
Opened thif' Morning
A MAGNIFICENT LOT OF
MISSES BALMORA.L SKIRTS,
LADIES 'do. ' do,
Entirely new iitYlet
SUPERIOR BALMORAL SK IRIS FOR MOTiRNI.
LNG AND SECOND MOURNING.
A large assortment of
of every kind, received by Express to-day, at
prices as low as the Fresh, Best Made, Warrant
ed Furs can be gold.
No. 14 Market Square
dB-d4w] Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
GREAT VARIETY OF KID GLOVES
All Nos. and shades of color.
LADIES', plain or stiched,
The very best article imported.
Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
COAL OIL I COAL OIL! !
LAIME stock of superior, non explosive coal ,
oil, which we offer for sale at a low figure,'
by wholesale or retail.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
d 8 Corner Front and Mark& Sts.
RECEIVED horn New York4cimie, a most
elegant asiortnient of '
MARBLE STATUARY, BORMIIIAIC
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(Catalogues ready for distribution which will
tie sold at a very sumll advance on cost, by
At the Music, Picture Frame and Fine bet
Depot, Third street, N 0.12. d 6 dtf
b 18• d 1 ra