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vertleements, Business Notices, Mar.
riaites, Deaths, ace., to secure inesertiaos
n the TELEGRAPH, must invariabV
be accompanied with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regit-
I r Evening Edition are inserted in tile
morning Edition without extra charge.
Wednesday Evening, Deer tuber 17, 1882
A sPrmintn Pxbibition of fine goods for the
Holidays Keller's, 91 Market street. Call
FOR BALI CHRAY..—AO ID(Faltry sword, Snap
and belt, and an excellent gum blanket. The
articles are entirely new, having never been,
used. Apply at this office. tf
MILITARY REIMS' FUND —The regular month
ly pal went will be made on Friday afternoon,
(19th inst.,) at the Sheriff's office between the
hours of four find six.
GEO. BERGNER, Pres
0. ttiW ARDS, Sect'y.
etTRISTIWAS PaISENTS.—We have just received
a fine lc)! irt leather goods, ladies' and gents'
dr,sgicg rases, shaving Cages, ladies' compan•
ious, a Fpl en did variety, satchels, cabs satchels,
A largo assortment of fine cigar cases, watch
cases, p wket.books of all kinds. Remember,
we all.w no parties to undersell us, quality of
goods consi '..r. d Keller's Drug and Fancy
Store, N. 91 Market street.
NURBSS AND :janosoNs.—That those who have
eons or hu'bands in the army, and who are
apprelnlit,ive that they are among the wound .
ed of the battles near Fredericksburg, may not
be influenced by fear that such as these will be
neglected, we are happy to state that the Gov
ernment has made the most ample arrange
mount in regard to burgeons and nurses. The
army under Burnside is supplied with a metli. , l4
corps a superior ability , bofh as regards eir.
parlance and numbers, while. the force of
nurses is verilarge. These facts are consider-,
ed imoortant not only to those wounded, but,
to the Fri. uds of all such as have been disabled .
PINNISYLVANIA. CZNTRAL—Pittsburg to Boston.—'
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company w ill prob
ably be eivibled, in a short time, to make a
thorough connection between Pittsburg and
Albany and Boston, avoiding both Philadelphia
and Nuw York. The route will be as follows
Pittsburg to Tyrone, Pennsylvania Central Rail
road ; lyrou, and Lock Haven (in progress,)!
Tyrone and Lock Haven Railroad ; L9ck Haven
to WiLiarri sport, Philadelphia and Erie Rail
road ; New York to Elmira, Elmira Railroad;
Elmira to Binghamton, New York and Erie
Railroad ; lii ngbampton to Albany (in progress,)
Albany and tiLnqiiebanni. Railroad ; Albany to
Boston, Western Railroad.
The total distance from Pittsburg to Boston
will be about 650 miles, of which the Pennsyl
vania Central Railroad will control over one
A SOLDIER was shot at Port Royal ou the lst
inst., for having deserted from the Ninth Maine
Volunteers. Therebels returned the deserter
to the federal Rues, on the plea that a man
who d.serts could not be trusted. Of course,
the poor wretch was tried, convicted and shot
for his offence. There was a trick io this re
turnhor of a deserter becoming of the rebels.
77eitrequested the federal officer to make the same
disposition of those who
. deseri the rebel'ranka, but in
this of comae tney will be disappointed. There
le alw kys reason and justific Ation for' the
desertiou of a soldier from the meet. armies.
Those desertions are au evidence of returning
loyalty—and are not of a character to be com
pared io the desertions from the Union army.
Ou this account, the rebels will fail of _their
trick in returning the deserter whose execution
we record in this paragraph.
WHAT &COMO or BOOKS AND MAIL MAIM.
SENT TO THN SOLIHNNI3.—The Louisville Jauntra
is informed' on good authority that upwards of
six wagon loads of mail matter, books, pamph
lets and papa's, have been sold and destroyed
at Bowling Green within Nile last month. A
large portion of them were tent for the use of
the sick soldiers. Who ate the persons that
c( mad' ted the outrage? Under what author
ity and fur what parpose was the thing done
And what has become of the money received
for what was sold ? Answers to these questions .
must be rendered. Earnest appeals are o at
stantly made for reading matter to be furnished
to the thousands of sick soldiers at Bowling
Green, and yet hers "at one fell swoop," the
results of the generous and benevolent labors
of many men and women for the promotioeof
the comfort and amusement of the poor 'suf
ferers are ruthlessly destroyed I •
The Pnovoo GUARD should present their
complaints to the local of the Patriot—in a horn.
After mouths orunwearied toil—perambulating
the streets and lamp—posted on the corners—
guardiug the depots—maintaining the order
and defending the decency of the city, they are'
now handsomely repaid by the abase of 41 le:,
cal of the Patriot. Virtuous lcw,al--patriotiti
scribe—temperate reporter ! How juat—how
manly thus to email the character of a 'setof
menus a body and as an organiestion,
because individual derelictions of duty have oc
Of course we do not interfere to defend the'
Provost Guard. The four companies composing
that Guard are a manly, orderly, generous and
gallant set of men. That they were nut sent
hence to fight in the field is no fault_ of 'the
Guard -- -that they are cowards necessarily for
their absence frrom the fray, Is a base assump
tion, a mean charge. On more than one occa
sion these men nave been in. positions equally
as dangerous as that of participating in a fight
With the enemy. At such times they carried
themselves like men—and at all times, the
Guard hav , e never failed , to r i t -04 9 ' gdo
opinions and estoein it the citizens of Harris
Vtlitto,lotiiittialiticillt I..:Oltitgrai3W iljebnco)tro Olutiting , :--Ilecanber . :V,
sick and wounded killers lidatnp (*Alt R*
pital were transferred to the city hospitals pis
terday, leaving the hospital tents, which they
have occupied up to the present time, vacant.
Quite a large nuMber of thepatients notv
hospital are convalescents, and,. it is gratifying
to learn, will soon be able to rejoin their mak,
meats in the field. Nye are not aware, as y 4,
whether any 'the e r .gapd in the
late battle of Orederieltshing Will brdught
this city AhOngh Ituch may be the beim.
CABCALTIIM TUB 127T11 BIBMUINT, --The
following additional names have been Ewe#
tained of the wounded in the Dauphin county
,E. a.-.,llemberger, Ca. VE,!! 127th—hand.
O*l l 9 l l, 127th FenntylvatitaiVolunteere.
_ Attleggpmler, 127th..i.q
F.;Welter, 127th, • • .sr ' ,
Sergeant Small, 127th
Corporal Culp, 127th
Thos Wolter, •Coi;.'G," 127th P. V.
Alpheus Frey, " " "
J. T. Koerper, Co. IN, 1274
. , .
Wirr mz DIFFIIIII6NOII t-4n, an order issued
from the Ileadquartsra of the army of the Poto
mac,one sentencareads that t'.no wine, beer or al..
dent spirits, Intledithey be for hospital bienbaiit
ends iitoti, or the prior,* aims of an over, ,(in
either of, which cases they shnuld.be so marked),
will be allowed to pass the guards of any camp
br barracks in this ecnnznand i ." ' Here' isexpirs
paritiagion given to OficSlS to
. sngaieln tip
ing, an iodulgeoce, in which.
_by the soldiers
isimbidden, and would meet with severe pun ;
•iahnient.: • Why this discrimination? . Why
'Sanction intoxication ninon* one.efarir and vigi-;
laniiy, guard against ihe other? Every day'd
experience towhee-Us that it. would resell in
the b moral weifare of - our young officers, and to:
'theiadventageqf the phyikiittindlithilratisiPtt- .
city of the entire army, if not a drop of liquor'
passed. Of 'the The
sight of drynkenofficers is becoming painfully
erti/Okifp, 1!16Y of instances-where per
eons of tkis character:exo kept in places of high'
trust—men whom, outside of the general gov
erninent, no' one would trust with . even small
affairs. A drunkard -May 4,4ccider t t do his
duty, bta to siiskithe,success of a immpaign to
his managetizent mie °Abase upon common
prudence. Observing tosn affirm that drunk
cittets of impoFteu It officers has, on several
occasions, caused us important losses, and we
trust that in the Intro" every ttilbuder of this
character, if there be no ,tioiejer hie trial by
court-rnartiel,• ridil.be.quietly relieved.
, ... .
Of all kinds attended to. •
... • • EUGENE SNYDER, or
- ' Aiforncra 6- Law•
Office : Tilirol Street, 'Harrisburg, Pik. - [6271y
$5 litnratin.L-LLolit, ine WIT, 6 yellow,
Blatt Terriei Dog 'with tolaWL'ltinlie; + has a Scar
on the left side of his neck, and has - a. White
breast. Answers tothe name of " Turk." ''The
above reward , will be paid for thii'recover3r of
the 'dog, or infornis.tion'that itittY lead to his
recovery. Information tO bn left kt the Mayor's
office. • • "• " • •iils-d:to
Bsatilr':—The `perfection of beauty even in
the ':hoer 'beautiful woman, is , pained at her
toilet. There the use of /3arnetit
indillpentiabp ;I t hiadicites all u nsightly ob
jects, such as hip, finekles; l •And piMples, and
gives the compleFion a chpar , and blooming ap
vharince. . z •.1 . ; •
1 reParo by JO§EN itutiawr & do.. Bic;El , ,
; ton, and for sale by, genetally, at 60 cents
a bottle. , • . , •• •
For sale . by e. H.,Keller, Druggid,.lo.,9l,
Market street, sole aglsot for this city. •
DRAKE'S PLANTATIONS 'BITTERS
They pu rhy lo etnythenelifl.
Tbey . tireeiii a teeettbreypethe.
They are an ettidote tcrobangeof wathrlind diet.
hey_overeono iliecta of dissipation and late hours.
They iteeelOkeil PO SY htr . eli e fziliVe n 4.1”!"4.
They purify, tha breath and 1004 id'itte* . stipaeh ,
They cuee • Disiiitish;. and .Cienatipailos.
They cure . diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera ldorbus. •
They More Ll'ver •CmtmlalSk'phtl ‘ f.lerlintdc/ 3 etuttiihe;
They era ,the best bitteis,inibeirorld. They make
the weak man strong. and arteibansted natureligreat
restorer: t TheY:kril. made; Oi WOO .13t.:: Oink, Blarn;: the
celebrated Cabs ayallark, roots sad herbsonad are takes
with tie pleasure of a beverage, !Murat regard te-Ilige,
or nuke of day. Particularly toetaileieill'all to' delkate
persons netlike a;:. guitiaSatiMelartt Bold by all
Grooera,TaliklailiAtela'ailiflliilotlea; Y. H. Drake
Co., :;Wisoid.way,,Niisfltork: '
. .1T9....0.01 4slltatagl6 , )•
The, undersigned. woul4 respectfully, infoti.
those Who are'efflicied with Rheumatism, Dys
pepsia, Consumption LiversAnd: kidney,
Coughs; Fevers, and all diseates • arising frOM
impurity of the blood, that she is prepared to
furnish Mrs. Weathoven's • German VNetable
Medicines at 'Very moderate rates. - I haVe 11434
on hand a quantity of inyartahle Salves for
Sore Eyes Frosen.Feet , and References
can be furnished as to their wonderful &Rimy,
whenever Called won. There need be uo ap
prehension in regard to my conipetency to ad
aninister it, as 'I have had it on hand for the
put six years. As they are now sold at reduced
prices, no family should, be without tbep over
bight. They can be had , _ at. any Mire at my
residence, in Fine street, between Second and
Front. (aul3-dlm) MRS. L. BALL.
Ball:—I feel no b.esitailcyin aCknow
lodging the virtue of 'your medicine. its :Booth
idk bib:mace and healing' power. For several
years I was afflicted with dyspepsia, and during
my stay in Harrisburg you coated ins in the
short space of one ildittb, of that annoying
and distrecaing,disease, and at the same time
alio cured me of a rubbing scrofula '
existed.for over one year without cessing.---
During : lour years of affliction , I _applied frti,
quetitll to d'ockirsof mediolike, but they proved
ineffectual. I have the utmost eonfidence and
belief in the power of, your medicine,And would
saY to t thoiie afflicted, Who wish to enjoy life
its tuitund element, with a - stateld rene*it
Vigorous nature, to try ear ipMilicine as raid.
,r.. 4 U ;LQUEntusisrity,
GEO. J. McOREIKEtY,
54 North Eighth Street, Philadelph ia.
,1 4 4 - , 411x ,
DCISTAGE STAMPS WHICH 'BANE BEEN
IL USED AS 'CURRENCY, TO BE BE
• Public notice is hereby given that, on and
after TUESDAY, the 16th DAY OF DEOEIII,
BEE, POSTAGE STAMPS, which have been'
used - as currency; wlll be reimived'at the Harris
burg Poet OfEce,,and registered for redeMption,
between the home of B' A. M 3 P M.,
if presented within THIRTY DAY&from
that date, upon the fOltaviii4 terms and condi
tions, viz: • . , •
1., Only such is have, been used foecurrebcy
be redeemed. !,, .
2. Amounts under $6 will bex.d erred : upon
3. Amounts of ss . and.upwards must be in a
single package,. closely and secityrily put up,
wi,t li the „an:millet iucloseaiand . the name. an d
resident°. tit - Often of business ...of the earlier,
plainly indorsed thereon. . : !
4. A receipt wilt be given for each package,
numbered in the order of its reception.
b. :The stamps will, m4°,101014, iwtpare
folly examined and counted _ in the ortievin
which tbo . packagoi are received. These of the
old issue, and thorn which havebeen onceffleed
for the pre-payment of.postoge, if anyAwhich
fact Will' be detenrdned by, this department,)
will be deducted from the amount of the.pack i
age and destroyed. The WtteCe *Ai.; be re
tained, and the amount thereof, as soon as
ascertained, 11l be paid in Government notes
or pOstage currency to the depositor, or his
duly authorlied agent, upon the production
and surrender of the receipt. Notice of "readi
ness for payment will be affixed to the bulletin
board at this office. At • •
6. Only ohe package will be redeemed for the
same patty. . • • • -
' 7. The stamps, before Presentation, Must be
separated according to the different' del/On:unit
8. Stamps will be redeemed only ape,. n ihese
conditions. I •
9. The' Postmaster Gentval gives pwitive
tine that , the time ftiv making application to
limited to THIftlY DAYS; from thio'date, and
that the public be fullytwarned that (Wiese
of.poritage atm:rips .titVenrroney hreohtitified, it
must be entirely at %heir own risk: "
By order of the Postmeetei , General.
GEO. ItERGNEtt, Postutaater.
G R e
corner_ Front s itiid"ittitet Sticeets,
g I WING to the demands of our business, .we
4,„/ have enlarged and improved our store
room, and respectfully , Invite Ilui.tsttentiori of
the' public to our extensive atid-well,sjected
stock of, • I t
GROCERIES, PROTISIONS,IOREIGN AND DO
NESTIC FRUITS', OUR AND WILLOW
STEWARTS & LOVKRIN'S- OHOICE SYRUPS,
CHOICE SYRUPS rAND'MOLA.SSES,
of all kinds.
WRITE AND BROWN SUGARS,
GREEN AND BLACK TEA, r .
COFFEE, SPICES,: mut
FIAVOBING FA - TRACES,
We keep on hand slain& of Country. Pro
duce ;. , • 4
SALT, . _
Wn.uall tapptp,Muu..,,to our largo litodie dr giifpif
NUN EXPLOSIVE COAL QIL,
unequalleii in etieiy respect by,sny l in the !nevi
ket, together with all kinds fA,
COAL OIL LAMM SHADES, BURNERS,
of every style,. alw a ys on hand.
NIONOLB & BOWMAN,
my2O tor. Crp,t4,an t itt MartsotSto.
FROM the subscribe; about three weeks ago,
a Gael: HORSE, n'early white,, left hind
leg little swelled, fly-bitten about the' Ma,
nearly five years old. Any Verson returning.
the hurtle, kor givinginformatlert:that may lead
to his neoirery, will receive a reward of., $2O,
dl6.3t* • 'Rertieburg, Pa.
3 ar‘ l) 8 CAVALRY 800 IS ' embra
-1.1 c P it . g every style and quality, re
ceived to-day at um BAN - KRUPA: BOOT AND
SHOE SIiORE. Also, 14 large stock ut Mena',
Womens', Misses' and Children's wear, Just
received, and will be sold at great Bargains at
the BANKRUPT. BOOT ARP SHOE ROUSE,
No-7 tikarket rlutre . , two, doors from Junes
~y 014 e wishing. boots and shoes
,lease give_ us a call before
' here. ' ' 41.§-21.
• In atiunilanOe at
K liAtl S
DRUG AND FAN `Y
No. 91 MARKsr &ismer. [dlB
BREAD AND CAKE BAKERY
.1111 E undersigned has just opened a BREAD,
CAKE and PASTRY BAK.,ERY i in Four th
ST., masa MA.BX.IT, - behind the Adams Express
Office,*here he wil*wiiiirikeep on hand Fresh
Brea, 'Cakes of all klifdi;kies or the. best
lqbality MINIg PdE&T, put by
himself . preparsd.,ito.44?)lah Stores, -FaihilieVatotit
" ppd Seileits
the patronage ci the u t ''
1 , 8-1 , 0 0 ,-- • •' JOHN
nov4 wed &oat 6mdiw
OLD IBON,Hod,pper, Brass Pewter and Iron,
451Y8ecoild i lifind Bedsteads and Chairs, all
kinds•of Second hand Furniture and Clothing,
fdr *filch the highest prke*ill be giveu in cash
liarr's Auction Store. Nosy . is the time to
empty- your garrets, cellars and yards of old
fdrmture, &c. • de?11-tf.
I MONEY. .FOUND.
figga, Slim IN NOTES. tie loser, by
• calling ut he store of the andi3ragned and
.dAscribing it, will receive ;it aftW'itaying for
d 1.6 . DOCK, , Ja., &
: FOR 'SALE. . '.,..-
~ . .
Tll-4.6-lbscr.4ler offers for sale . a 'number of
ve, ri desirably, bu il ding lout on Ridge Road
and Pennsylvania tAvenpo. : I 1 ' . . ,
,dB-.dt.f i . • , GEOP.OE W. PORTER.
Rairdrus, 'Currants; Citron,and Ftlinea,
host received, and for sale 6y
- NICHUIS 116WidAN,
Corner Front and MarkWilti. '
CEMLEISS ilaisios, and soft shell Almonds,
Jost icxxii:trxl l nd o lgr s le k by.
l 6 Cor. Front nod. Market streets.
HOICE lot of Craiberibis 'last received add
t for Bale by , NICHOLS'AIBOWMAN,
.'' 16 ". -, Cor. FrOrkt 1410 gmks ,Strftet4i,
GOAT; ,OLILi %LAMPS - 7 lHaild,-:Tarleriaulia,'
Cilium, and Brass Lamps, for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
d 8 Corner Front and Market Sta.
NO : '..2oimitruoilitoi3fli
We offer for Bale
STE AYED OR STOLEN.
Christmas and New Year.
- • --"a-", •-
13 Wit' Fate 14W- ELOthlbAtt
Just received at
vrc7' • X sts 9 Ei
FRIM AND ~.C:ONE,EgIONERY
nird t;' near Walnut.
DRUMS, • , t •
FAIL 'A(S, _
CANDIED APPLES, PEARS, and PEACHES,
MONDPS • • :
COCOA ' NUTS,
ORANGE NIXLEMONS, and,,aMrge collet
thin of / Nnte of all lands.
ORNAMENTS FOR THE CHRISTMAS TRILL
Now is the time to mike selections, while
the assortment is full. We pilith'isel "
CHEArEit• THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE; •
FOR T :-TABLE
We s have constantly on hand
SAUCES OF ALL KINDS, • '
TOMATO KETCHUP, '
' 'APPLF,S, &a., Bto.
Dried Peaches and Atiples,iteans, Rice, and
Spices of.all lauds.
_ _ .
ALSP, FOR _MLR
300 EELS.. Of OHOIOE APPLES•
WHOLESALE, OR RETAIL.
PersOne - wititing sorting in my line of bled
nap, will find it to their-advaritage to call and
examine our,atock,,akvee• feet donfident.we . can
, JOHN WISE,
dl6•iltf ThlreStreet, near Walnut
K,llll - ,K
JE , Cleri" lEE3 B AA.
No. ,-11 S Market :St.,
eIIHE undersigni4 ... bee 4etrirned from
the eastern cities -with s large and well
seleeted i tilokk ,?f '
of, the most approv4 factors, ailPf Which he is
ndWprePared to offer to the,public, at his new
store just opened .in Iriet §treet, adjoining
the clothing slime tof . J. l lteese, and, nearly
opposite the attire , e . lllessrs. 'Eby & unkel:
Having taken time and pains ih the selection
of his goods, he hopes h-y,strict attention to his
branch'of business to merit a share - ot.the pub
lic patronage lind respeCtfttlli invltei, a call to
examine his seleeted stock of
And articles forthe TOILET, coruinising of
HANDIKERCEIEF ODOERi , '• ,
POMADES of the most exquisite . facture
ISACHElS l .6:l44).;striatutEs;'Y , t' ;
. . _
TOILE P SOAPS, -
, • COSMETICS. for the Bair,'
c • TOILET WATERS,
DENTRIFICP, "approved . by the'most cele
brated Dentists of Philadelphia,
AD DE COLOGNE, the most fascinating from
Cologne on tbe.Rhinc.
FLO WERS'OP "ITiLY, - a'l Caiitisite Eau de
; Colognerby the quart orbottle
AY LEAF WATER,tho fionat Aver distilled.
TOOTH BRI3SHES, — ;. , , . ~.
- HAIR BauBHria,
; NAIL BRII8E1ES; • • •
COMBS ortklnds and'‘iirieilea,
IPIINGENTS axid„Ssl 'LLINO.SALTS,- i
1 LIP SALVE, in a variety of vases, ,
PORT ISIONNAIES„ ~
) CURRENCY , HOLDERS, `''•
i . GEN P'S and LADIES' COMPANIONS, ,
'A.TEN L MEDICINES, of all kinds, '
j PURE BRANDIES;'fiii - lrediein AI purposes.
4UIUMN REQUISITES- for rough, red, chap
ped, or inflained,Skili(` and lof the most ex
quisite.,made ; Abuse which are my r own
manufacture (Irow the yery pilrity of
r)al) areleSerupt. from , raneidity..: ' . :
TERraßlz COD „LIVER oth. I'-offer this
article. (the test that can be made, unalteired
by any process of refinement,) just as it nat:
nrally existsip the hepatic, cells of the • litre
fish; and' posse/Wilk the leastwasible,taste
and odor. , •
gIIRE. DIETETICS tor c hildren and invalids.
BERMUDA ARROW ROOT,` the finest fecula
the world affords—sweet pure and.of dazzling
BETHLEHEM . OAT - MEAL The
of oats, fresh•everly week. 0 . - • ' • '
ENOLifidi ATENIII, BARLEY,.. Very= fine for
RACAHOUT:l'ilelicious diet. for invalids and
childeen, rich indall the'fintrieut principles
found in. the m. st valued forms of t0ud...7
OARRACCAS CHOCOLATE and COCOA, ni!..
markable for their purity-MO simple prepara
' 1 , don ; pied -.W. OP -tonic' and diet drink of
Brazi 'tapioca ,l4pluccs, rego,..llticira
Farina of Wheat,. L iquid 'Bennet, the" purity
and freshnese;.of whichis: uaranteed.i "
'Physicians supplied rit,h .pare and fresh
'drugs on the most moderate l terms.
, sr Particular attentioniiven to Puttineup
prescriptions,anWonninoutiding of medicines.
.S. A. FLUNKEL O
Diuggid and Olianid.'
Bumper Houma—From 8 to 9} O'clock, A. M
and flom 6..t0 7 o'clock, P. X., dl6
`Two Pianos old in One 'Week,
Two MORE Bold
IN' TWO DAYS:
, , , •
SILJaAS WARD, Agent,
N. R.-410 - detaana - fOr• these Pianos is so
great that itis found. JR.fficult to keep any in
Stine for exhibition:
Purchasers, can neyerthelesepbtrstipplied andt
suited on.short notice: , " ' l` • d1.5-dtf
1. °oak . Coal. Coal.
%IRE EutioNribet haTiokbought out COAL
ItAitto aOdiixtlires, folinerly belonging; to
Jas. A Wneelfrv; gsq., Ip , ,lkeiv ready to deliver
to the cltilientl Oratiorg, 4 , ltene Valley
and Willtetibairee Coitl4- well prepared of ttp.e
beat quality, at theiloyreatorwlrketprma. All
Coal delivered at commodes :draw :with • the
Patent Weigh, Vert. J,Ordeis left at my office,
tiith and Market,:or,st,the.yiird,:will , be punctu
141Y 7 - attended - 107 fOr the liberal
Daf f rOnefge , hereti)fore'eateltiflretill'e#l'or a
dodtiuMence of - tftii aani4 - . 0 "
• - DAVID MoCORMICK.
P. S.—One Patent Weigh Cart for sale.
93 Market street, :liairi'sburg, Pa.,
4 0 111 fifth") MI
r, • . . •
A L T W ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the beet
II( makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE HEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU.
MENTS, FROM $45 to $lOO. •
Guitars,'Tiolins, Accordeons, Elutes,
Fifes; I7ritliis , Eaujos, Tambourines,
Violin slid Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in general.
• • 'SIELEVI':
THE LATM3T. PUBLICATIONS alwa r ie on
hand. Music Bent by, mail to any part the
... • •
OVAL, SQUARE, aux' AND ROSEWOOD,
• • riaans .•
Suitable for looking vaibit ! R t and'all kin& of
pictures al ways On hand. ,
A tine aesortmeat of beet plated
- From smallest to hugest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
TO-OFFICERS . AND SOLDIERS.
Collection of Pcnstona t ,Bountics, Back Pay
and War Claims.
Officers' Pay Rolla, Must& Rolls, and Re
cruiting ACCOlilitS' Made Oat.
cHE undersigned, having been in the em
1, ployment of .thelfriiVed States during the
last eightern months, as clerk in the Muster
ing and Ditibureing liffice and Office of Supet
intendent of Recruiting Service of Pennsylva
nia, respeettully infurms the public that he has
opened an office in th;:, DAILY i'mmultarn
Building for the puilkotie of collecting Pen
sions, Bounties, Back -pay and , War Claims ;
also, making out Officers' Pay Bolls, Muster
Bolls anditemmiting Acconuti.
All orders by mai i t j itte SLL il i t i l iir ed s trApr c oAatji
ggr Blankrktif all 'kindo iurnistied- at this
office. .- • .•-' movljdd
A RE you sibk; feeble and c.dmpliiihing ? Are
El iyou out. of. older, with' . your system 'de
ranged and yout feelings uncomfortable ? These
symptoms are ofteh the prelude to serious ill
ness. Some fit of sickness is creeping upon
you, and should be averted by a timely use of
theright t emedy. Take Ayer's. Pills, and
deadse out - the &snide - Led humord—purify the
blood, and let the finidd m.me on unobotructed
in health. ,;lhey stimulate the functions
of the liiiuy into vigorqus activity,, purify the
;system from the. obstructionil Which make dis
ease. -A cold. bottles 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 derangements, take
Ayer's Pills, and see how 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 corn
' Mon complaint, is also true in many of the
deerseated and dangerous •distempera. The
same purgative effect expels .theda. Paused by
similar obstruetions And derangementti of, the
natural f unothms of the, body; they are rapidly
and nianSetitlfinin surely, cured by the • same
means. None who the virtues of these
Pills wl:lit'liegte33:to iniptoy -them : when finder
ing from the disordeis,tucy cure, such Head
eiche, Foul' Staipao,.DysßritAry, :Omn i
plaints, Indigestion, berringement of thaLiver,
Costiveness or. Constipation, Asa Dinner Pill
they °are- both agreeable and effectual.'
Paws 25 Olga§ PER BOX, oa, Fiva Basks sort..sl.:
, Prepared byrDx., J. U. AY&R & CO., lywelt,
Massachusetts; - •
Sold by CA. Bann7a ,t;' - D. W. Gros Co.,
d IC.'itoddr, J. LW, Dr. Riley, F. Wyetb•
and de.ders ovry where. • • -
TREASIIRER'S DEPARTMENT, NORTHERN
OE.NMAL RAILWAY CMPANY,
- - -
Beiratoria, December 13, 1862,
IILTOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN, That on the
1.11 13th of January, 1863, the Northern Con
trol Railway — Company will redeem at the
B ,nking _House ofAiressrs. J. S. GITTINGS
CO, in this city, the WEDS of said Company,
known as "Contract Bonds for work dune for
the Susquehanna Railroad prior to the 9th De
camber, 1854." Alt interest on the bonds above
rewired to wilt oease,on the 15th of January,
18631 By order, J. S. LEIB,
"dl5 eodid Treasurer.
• ELOLILLAY PRESEINTEI!
1 M. GREEN'S
• HAIR JEWELRY -
AO 439 ARCH STREET, (opposite Franklin's
Orders promptly executed and warranted
as represeute& dl3 3t
A.. C shirr a,
T Oft ;•4;LT-Ii w
OFFICE THIRD . STREETi
SEAR AA.IIIIKI , 11A1tRISB1JIta PENN'A,
laT ILL attend to-the Collection of .Bonrity
VV - Money, eennsions and arrears of Pay.
lhe widow'or other Beira uf any soldier,
who may die by disease or be killed: while in
the United States service, is entitled to $lOO
bounty money, pension, and all Arrears of pay
of deceased soldier. Uny itly-rd-dlO
rOOIIST •STRET; near front, Harrisburg,
Penn's. liandsomelY furdshed communi
cating rooms for gentlemen, or 'gentlemen and
wives. Single or double rooms for ladles or
gentlemen. None need apply excepting those'of
dl6 eodlw* ' ''JNO. W.. CARVER.
rHE Draft will not interfere with the filling
1 of orders for Trees, &c., from the Keystone
Nursery, in the absence of Jacob Mish.
a A. Mish, Who established the Nursery,
and who has had an experience of ten years in
the busintes, will prohoVly to all orders
and inquiries, deliver trees, and plant when
desired, in the city or immediate neighbor
hood. ' novl-dtf,"
- COAL OIL I . COAL OIL! 1
I AIM stock of superior, non-explosive coal
Cs oil, which we offer, for sale at a low egure,
by wholesale or retail. •
N.103210L8 & BOWMAN,
.d 8 - Corper,Zront , and Market SM.
1 4 ' [NE " °ill( STATE APPLES
F OR SALE, wholesale and retail, at
noB.4ltf ad and Walnut
93 Market street
Third St., rear of Herr's Hotel.
SAM. S. SANFORD, Proprietor and Manager
Wednesday Evening, December 17th.
07,4 r. U. S. MAIL. ~ad
TROUBLES IN POST OFFICE.
M ' Ol r ff M
THE TB! FE CROWS.
RUNING THE BLOCKADE
Price of Admission 25 cents.
Orchestra Chairs 50 "
Private Box, single seats 75 "
Gallery. 15 "
Okildren to Parquette and Orchestra with
parents, half price.
Doors open at 6 o'clock ; Performance to
commence at 71 o'clock.
Nem 2butrtts eintuts
J. AUatritillTl BECZ.
ARTI b T.
PHOTOGRAPHS retouched in alors, luring
Ink, Pastelle, Sehia, and Crayon. in trni
most artistic manner, trom. $1 00 to $26 00.
Persons having defective Puotegraptiic cop
from Daguerreotypes of deceased relativi s can
have them retouched and made "speaking like
nesses." Mr. Beck attewis to having old
Daguerreotypes copied from miniature to life
size. Ivorytypes pa:uted in every style. Spe
cimen pictures cin be seen at his studio,
above Kelker's Hardware store, corner Si coral
street and Market Square.
Carte de visite colored wetly
At the Lowest Prices the 111-Prket will Alford
dB -(34i) Next door to the Harrisburg Bank
Opened this Morning
A MAGNIFICENT LOT OF
MISSES BALKORiIL SKIRTS,
Entirely new etyye.
SUPERIOR BALMORAL SK RTS FOR HOUR"-,
ING 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 sold.
No. l 4 Market &plate,
dB4l4w] Next door to the Ilarri,burg 13:ink
tiftEAT VARIED OF KID GLOVES
All Nos and shades of color.
LADIES', plain or stiched,
The very best article imported.
Next to the Han iNhorg ,Bm.k
MO"4:E E .L KI .s I N G u N p tir
1 1 1 DER.--MT. James M. Wheeler. havaig
withdrawn frnm the ;Agency for sale of oar
Gunpowder, in Harr•isliurg, we lilive appointed
Major David ill'CorinickOrir agent, wh., wid
prepared to lande:l ail Mr. Wheeler'e, ens
tOLLIOTS as WWI . .
E. I DUPONT DE NENIOUR & CO
tit;flB- , l2tu
' WINES, BRANDIES, &c
WM. DOCK, Jr. &
For sale by
LL pereons are her by warned against de
predating or in any manner tresvasting
on the Farm of Mrs. C. Mien, adjoini,g the
city, and under the management of the 6116-
or:I have arrested several of these petty
thieves and nuisances, and mad , : then , pay
prutty well for their sport. Hereafter I ,Autll
not, only punish to the extent of the law, but will
publtsh in the Telegraph and other pipers the
uames of all offenders.
Oct. 13, 1862
(IF all desirable hardy native varieties, sand
ILI they are the only clasp worth plautiug iu
the open air,) fur sale at the' Keystone Nursery,
adjoining the city.
Among theta are some of the - newer varieties,
such as Delaware, Diana, Rebecca, Conccsrd, Aluvea.
dine, Hartford, Prolific, SM., wnich have sold at
very high prices tor small and weak vines.—
Strung, well ripened and thrifty vines are now
olft,ed at reasonable prices.
Oct. 13, 1862,
A IiA.B.E CJS
FOR A BUSINEISS MAN.
'MI cabal grocery store and Rockville
J. H0n...N1L...0wn as the Updegr VC' LOW( efollertY,
situated lire miles above Ilireisburg, !rooting east
the: P. nosy lvauia Canal and west On he ruseittehan .. a
river road, wul be sod it applies f r soon. ,
the groeery store, IC not the ve.y best stand `on the
line of the caved; I only 'equaled ny one other. A-large
new barn and stable has 'enmity been built, so that even
boat team can be loosed up separately. also pi uty of
sheds, Isq houses, corn crib, two store houses for g
!ce house, hay scales; and indeed eery couvenienee
that is necessary tor Carrying on the business. The
pike is within three hundred. yivd,3 Rockville
•detirit ,un the Pennsylvania raiLcad, and Os.uph n and
ochuylkiu railroad also. Persons wishing to purchase,
pease apply on the premises, to
autB-wijeaLAlB63 W. P. HENfRY.
DECEIVED from New York auctions, a most
elegant assortment of
MARBLE STATUAKVF VASES, BOHEMIAN
CLASS. &C., &C. •
(Catalogues ready for distribution which will
be sold at a very small advance on cost, by
At the Music, Pictwe Frame and Fine Art
Depot, Third street, No. 12. d 6 dtf
EIROM, April Ist, 1863, a Three Story Brick
Dwelling House, situate on Second street
opposite Baptist church. Dwelling part and
store room rent ed ‘ togetner or separately. Terms
fur dwelling . $175, store room $75 per fear;
d 6 d2tatudw
k LARGE ASSORTMENT of Family
Ein,es of different styles of binding, at 90e, $1 25
et be, $l, $3, $4, $5 and $lO. Also Pocket }Ebbing of dif.
terent styles and WINN at sem 411 ml Bookstore.
• A. J. HERB,
Office Walnut street