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morning Edition ;without extra charge.
Monday Evening, December 22, 1862
TOWN AND COUNTRY.
WANTED IMIIEDIATELY.-A boy who can write
a good band. Apply at rats 011101. tf
Idruaut & Biro., Market sireel, have received
a large and well selected stock of Toys, suitable
for Christmas nud . New Year's presents. Also
a fine lot of tlio,ie fivrt et Havana Oranges [3t
Mlss M. V. WilsoN has just received and will
open to-day (Monday, Dec. 22,) a large and fine
asiortini nt of Christmas goods, in connection
with her trimmings and fancy articles. Cali at
her store, corner of Second and Walnut, and
see for yourselves
LADIES' UNION RELIEF ASSOCIATION.—The
executive committee will meet at Mrs. Cornyn's
on Wednesday, Dec. 27th, at three o'clock
P. M. The attendance of each member is
earnestly desired. E. H. CORNYN,
Sect'y. COM. Arr.
CRAWFORD COUNTY.—lmmense quantities of
coal oil are now whipped from Meadville by rail
road to tlio ea*t uUd weati—A locomotive ran
over the track of the Atlantic and Great Western
Railway, between Ravenna and Warren, last
weck. W. reiderstoid that the road will be
opened to Akron within the'next two weeks,
should the weather prove favorable.
Ens Btimins of the loyal cities of the Union
will aes.•mide in Convention, in the City of
Baltimore, on Tuesday, the 6th of January,
1863. We learn 'hat almost every city of note
will be represented. The subject of a more
equal mode of taxation, under the excise law, ,
is to hers commended to Congress, and the adop
tion of measure of uniform character,to prevent
speculating iu fat mock now carried on at the
expense of the consumers. Who are to be the
deltwAttea from this city ? We trust that some
of our bufrilms will see that Ih i arrisburg is re
VSNANGO COUNTY — RefiNerie..l.—Thert3 are DOW
in the Venango oil district sixty-one refineries
in opi•ration. These would pay, were it not
fur the gto.iter portion of the oil being export
ed, some $20,090 weekly of a government tax.
—lleuvy as ale the receipts from the granting
of oil lici uses in Venango county, by the
Natioual Government, that received from
liquor dealers exer eds them.—A Man named
Hunter, from Pittsburg, dropped dead at 011
City, on Sunday last, from over-excitement, it
Is supposed, from fear of still greater lesser; in
oil while the river was breaking up.
Some of the independent Democratic journals
of the state are already complaining that certain
county committees are appointing delegates to
the next Democratic State Convention, without
due notice to all the members of such commit
tees, and in an informal and irregular manner.
This is all right, bec am it is Democratic, and
therefore such journals should not complain.
The object is to choke oil the loyal portion of
the party in the nomination of candidates and
when the time of the election arrives, whip them
into the traces and compel them to "support
the ticket" on a penalty in case of refusal, of
"lead and steel."
Grans.—There are two kinds of girls. One is
the kind that appeafs best abroad—the girls
that are good for parties, rides, visits, balls, etc.,
and whose chief delight is in such things. The
other is ti•e kind that appears best at home—
the girls that are useful and cheerful in the
dining room, the sick room, and all the precincts
of their home. They differ widely inoharacter.
One is often a torment at home, the other a
blessing. One is a moth, consuming everything
about her ; the other a sunbeam, inspiring life
and gladness all along her pathway. Now, it
does nut necessarily follow that there should be
two dames of girls. A slight education of the
right sort will modify both a little, and unite
their good qualities in one.
BEATtR COUNTY. —Narrow Escape for Drowning.
Two young men, sons of Mr. Nicholson of
Bridgewater, aged about 18 and 20 respectively,
had a narrow escape from drowning, on Monday
of last week, while skating on the dam, at or
near the Beaver toll bridge. One of them
went through the ice. His brother seeing this,
went to his assietanceorhen be too went under.
The ice was so thin and brittle that as fast as
they attempted to get up, it broke away. A
gentleman named Mr. Jacob Beeson happened
to be near, and seeing the peril they were in,
seized a ladder lying near, which he pushed in
front of him until the ice began to crack under
him. He then got down on "all fours," and at
the risk of his lite pushed the ladder within
reach of them. By this time a crowd had
gathered ou the shore, and a rope with a stone
* attached, was thrown to Mr. Beeson, who made
it fast to the ladder, and the young men were
drawn out more dead than alive.
MTSTEMLOIJS DEATH till' A GIRL. —A few days
ago Miss Bell Huston, a lumber of the family
of Mr. Beatty, of New Florence, Westmoreland
county, (formerly of Armagh, Indiana county,)
came to her death under the followin g circum
stances : She started to go to the house o f a
neighbor, a mile distant, going around an eh—
vation called "Squirrel Bill." Not returning
at the proper time, search was made for her,
and she was found lying on the ground, speech
less and but just alive. She died shortly after:
There were some suspicions that violence had
been used, but they are not supposed to be well
founded. The deceased was left an orphan at
an early age, and had been brought up in the
family of Mr. Elliott, of Florence. She was a
young lady of fair features, and modest, pleas
ing stamen, and was highly respected,
PalluMbhutia Way etlcgraph, to tin'evening, IDectitther 22. )1362-
Atturnma W&RElNG.—Burned to Death.—A
child of Silas Alrord, of Washington township,
Lawrence county, aged three years, was left
alone in a room last week, and was so seriously
burned as to cause its death in a few hours.
Gags or ART.—There is now on exhibition
at the music store of Win. Knoche, 93 Market
street, near Fourth, two pil paintings which
are really gems of art. One is a fruit piece—
the other a display of flowers almost rivalling
nature. They are the work of Mr. Rosen, an
artist who has established a deservedly high
repatation in paintings of this .style. They
must be seen to be properly appreciated.
Mr. Knoche has on hand a large assortment
of engravings, embracing all the latest European
importations, plain and colored in the highest
style of art, which will be framed in any style
of moulding, or sold as they are at New York
prices. Also, an endless variety of goods suit
able for holiday presents—fine looking glasses,
photographic albums, accordeons, violins,
guitars, drums, fifes, flageoletts, music of all
kinds, and the best and cheapest pianos, melo
deons and harmoniums to be found any where.
Persons who are about making purchases are
respectfully invited to call and see for them
SIMPLE CONTENSATIONS ON ENGINEERING, with
illustrations from Nature and 4pylications to Spirit
ual Life. Philadelphia : Lutheran Board of
There is no feature in the great plan of eirt,
cation, so important as that which is presented
in the organization or the details of the Sunday
School. The Sunday School has as much to do
with the safety and perpetuity of a nation, as
ships of war or armies. Indeed, if the virtue
and honor and truthfulness which are Incul
cated by the teaching of the Sunday School,
were improved upon and extended as the boy
or girl leaves that sacred precinct, and goes
out into the busy world, the most lasting foun
dations of peace would be laid, and the world
become what God intended it should be , the
abode of love and happiness.
In connection with the Sunday School, there
is immense good achieved not only among
scholars, but among parents, by the books
which are weekly circulated for perusal. Our
Sunday School Libraries wield a great influence,
and because this is the fact, we have ofton
thought that more care should be given to the
character of the books thus placed in the hands
of the young. We do not mean to write that
the books in our various Sunday School Libra
ries are deficient in any of the essentials of a cor
rect moral teaching. So far as they go, they
are perfect—bet in connection with this, great
improvement could be made in other direc
tions, whereby much good would be accomplish
ed that is not even now attempted.
The volume before us comes np to our own
idea, at least, of the improvement in the other
direction to which we now allude. It has taken
a great practical subject, elucidated its myste
ries, exemplified its theories, and thus in a
pleasant and a familiar style, so applies the
subject to the aims and the ends of life, as at
once to cast .41.4 of light on the mind of the
young reader, and leave hinivith• a tau sense
of the pleasure which is ever derived from the
consciousness of being able to comprehend and
understand that which before was mysterious
We trust that this little volume will not only
find its way into'every Sunday School Library
in the country, but that it may be honored
with a place in the Library of every-family in
the land. It is worthy of its subject, and the
author will never regret the time or the labor
he devoted in its preparation.
TIEN Ausawszurrs.—The first concert of these
celebrated musicians, vocalists and bell ringers,
will be given in this city, at Brant's Hall, on
Christmas eve. To write a notice of the 411,le
ghanians is at once to praise them. To criticise
is to commend them. No other troupe ever
acquired suej► celebrity or deserved similar suc
cess. On this account, we feel certain that the
contemplated concerts of the Alteghanisna will
be a great triumph. They will be the great
feature of the coming holidays.
SANIORD'S OPERA Hoess.—Another great bill
for to-night--Paddy's Wedding, the Bird Hunt,
are, and the United States Mail. Great prepara
tions are being made for the production of Cin
derella on Wednesday evening. This will be a
great treat for the little ones. Cinderella, or
the Glass Slipper, is one of the best household
fairy tales ever presented upon the Stage. The
cruel sisters, ;with their bad treatment of Cin
derella, will be displayed well by Sanford's
Troupe.. The faithful Pedro, whose devoted
attention to Cinderella, will be personated by
Sanford, and the stern parent by Mr. Brown.
The Prince is in the bands of Mr. Turner, who
we know will do justice to the part. The play
is well cast, and from all accounts it will be
put upon the stage in a most brilliant manner.
All the tricks and transformations will be pro
duced there. Great mechanical efforts will be
a novelty in this city. So lookout for the
CHRIMILUI. —How many thousand changes
have taken place since Christmas, 1861. Our
national welfare has been threatened; the death
ly strife of war still continues ; thousands of
the flower of our brave young men have found
a soldier's grave ; the vacant chair at the
Christmas family board will remind many a
loving father and mother of that favorite son
whose manly courage and social qualities con
tributed to the, general happiness at the last
Christmas dinner; but let us hope on, though
dark clouds seem to obscure the' brighter day,
that through Providence will soon be the con
summation of this deadly struggle. And in
the meantime let us keep our hearts Warm to
wards one another, by the interchange of
Christmas presents, that can be had at such
moderate prices at the cheap dry goods house
of Uric% & Bowmaa. ' 2t
Of all kinds attended to.
: Third fltroot, lianiaburg, Pa. (02711
A MODE EOL6BLOIIIIOIiNT —Among the many,
Improvements lately tuade in our nit}. to wilt('
we Can point with prigie as an-evid ence of pru
perity and as a determination on the part
our business men, no longer to remain behind
the " light house," is the completion of Ehy
& Kunkle's large brick building at the comer
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 di Menges 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 under 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
TOLEDO, 0., lan. 8, 1861.
Messrs <lmam Busarrr & Co.
Sire:—l have been afflicted with Asthma for
about two years, and at the respective times of
being attacked by the disease, have taken of
the many different articles in the market, but
found no relief, until I used your "Jonas Whit
comb's Asthma Remedy," when I at once expe
rienced relief, having used but very little of a
I shall take great pleasure in recommending
,the Asthma Remedy as prepared by you, as the
beet of all medicines for that distressing com
plaint. J. D• CUSHING,
61 Summit St., Toledo, Ohio.
Prepared by JOSEPH BURNETT & CO., Bos
ton, and for Bale by dealers generally, at 50 COWS
For sale by C. K. Keller, Druggist, No. 91
Market etreet, sole agent for this city.
Hope for the Afflicted.
From the frequent prompting; of 'my friends
and those who have used Win. Weethoven's
German Vegetable Medicines, and the testi
mony of our most respectable citizens, of tee
virtue and merit of those manufactured by my
self, I have been induced to call special atten
tion to these invaluable medicines by those
afflicted with Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Liver
and Kidney, Coughs, Fever and all climates
arising from impurity of the bloOd. Also
Salves for Sore Eyes, Frozen Feet and Piles ;
Drawing and Healing Plasters, all of which
can be purchased at Moderate prices at the
residence of the subscriber, No. 27 south Pine
Street, Harrisburg, Pa.
Mas. Ham :—I was afflicted with the liver
complaint for several months, and a pain in my
breast, with a very bad cough; in fact my sys
tem was out of order very much. I heard of
your curing so many afflicted as I was, and even
worse, that I concluded to givs it atrial. I
can now cheerfully recommend it to all. I had
one of your excellent plasters on my chest,
which gave me relief in a short time. I feel
now well, and cannot help but feeling thankful
for taking of your medicine. I would say to
all, try it, and see what it will do for you. I
can be consulted with at any time at the 'Herr
House. MISS MARY BRICKER'''.
RARBISBURO, Dee. 19. .
This delighttd erne], for pres erving* and beautifying
the human Bair is again put up by the original proprie
ter, and a now made with thesameskli, careand atten
tion, union nr.M.creviFittv.L..,ur t vvend ner....cedented
sales of ever one million bottles annually. It Issllll
add at 26 cenla In large bottles. Two millions bottles
can wily be told In a year when k Is again known
that the ksdhairon is not only the most delightful hair
dressing In the world, but that it cleanses the scalp of
sour( and dandruff, gives the hair a lively, rich,
luxuriant growth, and prevents It from turning gray.
These are considerations Worth knowing. The Ifatbelron
bas been tested for over twelve years, and Is warraltted.
as described. Any lady who values a beautiful bead of
hair will use the Hathalren. It is finely perfumed,
cheap and valuable. It is sold by all respectable
dealers throughout the world.
D. S. BARNES it CO.,
eve m onkthure 6indkw
Dike no more unploment and unsafe Medicines.
For unpleasant awl dangeroui diseases, use
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHII,
Which has received the endoraenientof the moat
PROMINENT PHYSICIANS IN THE 11. S.
Is now onered to aMicted hu a wally as a certain cure ibr
the following diseases and vymptems originating from
diseases and abuse of the Urinary or Sexual Organs.
Mental arst:Poyesai Depression,
Determination of Blood to the Head,
Restlessness and Sleeplessness at Night,
A beenae of Illwcular Moloney,
Loss of Appetite,
Disorganization or Paralysis of the
Organs of Generation;
Palpitation of the Heart,
And,iln last, all the ceneemitants of Nervous and
Debilitated state of the system.
lb insure the genuine, out thtis out.
ASK FOB HELMBOLD'S. TAKE NOOTHER.
Fuss, Face, Fr ms.—Another new lot of furs
50 muffs at $8 50.
100 mulls at $3 bO, $4 50, up to $lO.
100 sets of furs, from $2 50 to $5, $B, and
A large lot of black cloth cloaks, at $4, $6 50,
$lO and up to $25. Children's wool stockings
at 124 c., grey and White woof stockings for
children at 26, 31 and 37c. Grey and white wool
stockings for ladies. 100 dozen of cotton and
wool socks, all prices. 100 dozen of woolen
overshirts and undershirts ; handsome assort
ment of double shawls. Cassinetts and Ken
tucky jeans, all prices ; real German linen
pocket handkerchiefs, for gentlemen ; ladies'
collars and linen pocket handkerchiefs, cheap.
50 pieces of new styles delaines. Splendid as
,sortment of needlework bands. 25 dozen hoop
skirts, from 75c. up, and a. great many other
goods at , S. LEWY'S.
BURNERS for coal oil langss,-Jones' Excel
sior, Excelsior screw, and others, for sale
by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
d 8 Corner Front and. Market Sta.
BASKETS, Tubs, Brushes of all kinds, for
sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
"ffov6 Cor. Front and Market fits.
A SUPERIOR article just received, and for
sale by WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
SWEET CIDER!! I
AA VER r IMPERFIN2 AUTEILJE, just re.
seived. WM. DOCK, Jr., &
I N variety, at Keystone Nursery, Harriaburg
Oct. 18, 1862.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
• BOOZE!, &C., &C.
trINHE undersigned has again added to his well
J. selected stock another new stock of goods,
coosistiog of the latest styles to be purchased in
the cities of New York and Philadelphia, con
sisting in part of
GIFTS FOR LADIES
Elegantly Illustrated Books,
Fine Morocco Writing Cases,
Rosewood and Walnut Desks,
Pho!ogreph AI hums,
Floe Toilet Articles,
Morocco Traveling Bags,
Carte de Visite Photograph,
• Albums of Engr
GIFTS FOR GENTLEMEN:
Letter Clips, •
Massive Gold Pencils,
Warranted Gold Pena,
Rubber Pocket Pencils,
Elegant Ink Stands,
Chess and Checker Boards.
GIFTS FOR CHILDREN:
Colored Toy Books,
Alphabet Blocks—new style,
Spelling Blocks—new style,
Musical Parlor Balls,
Small Photograph Albums,
Back Gammon Boards,
Cases of Drawing Pencils,
Cases of Drawing Instruments,
• Juvenile Books, in sets,
In addition, I have on hand a very large
assortment of MISCELLANEOUS and STAN
DARD WORKS, which will be sold at a small
advance for CASH. Remember the CHEAP
MRS. L. BALL
Gold Pens! Gold Pens!
.Ifir W ttRANTED!
ABOTHER newaesortment of the well known
" Newton Pen" of all sizes, styles, and in
silver or gold holders, have just been received
at tee famous CHEAP BOOR' STORE of
GEO. BERGNER, '
91 Market Street .
Harrisburg, Dec., 1862.
BIBLES AND HYMN BOOKS
A LARGE and splendid stock of Pocket and
Presbyterian, Methodist, Lutheran, German
Reformed, and other Hymn Books, just receiv
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
DOSTAGE STAMPS WHICH HAVE BEEN
USED AS CURRENCY, TO BE RE
Public notice Is hereby given that, on and
after TUESDAY, the 16th DAY OF DECEM
BER, POSTAGE STAMPS, which have been
used as currency, will be received at the Harris
burg Post Office, and registered for redemption,
between the hours of 9 A. M., and 8 P. M.,
daily, if presented within THIRTY DAYS from
that date, upon the following terms and condi
1. Only such as have been used for currency
will be redeemed.
2. Amounts under $6 will be redeemed upon
3. Amounts of $5 and upwards must be in a
single package, closely and securely put up,
with the amount inclosed, and the name and
residence, or place of business of the owner,
plainly indorsed thereon.
4. A receipt will be given for each package,
numbered in the order of its reception.
5. The stamps will, without delay, be care
fully examined and counted in the order in
which the packages are received. Those of the
old Matte, and those which have been once used
for the pre-payment of postage if any (which
fact will be determined by this department,)
will be deducted from the amount .f the pack
age and destroyed. The balance will be ve
tained, and the amount thereof, as soon - as
ascertained, will be paid in Government notes
or postage currency to the depositor or his
duly authorised agent, upon the pr oduction
and surrender of the receipt. Notice of readi
ness for payment will be affixed to the bulletin
board at this office.
6. Only one package will be redeemed for the
7. The stamps, before presentation, meet be
separated according to the different denosnina
8. Stamps will be redeemed only upon these
9. The Postmastet General gives positive no
tice that the time for making application is
limited to THIRTY DAYS, from this date, and
that the public be billy wanted that if the use
of postage stamps as currency is continued, it
must be entirely at their own risk.
By order of the Postmaster General.
GEO. BERGNER, Postmaster.
BREAD AND CAKE BAKERY
HE undersigned has just opened a BREAD,
CAKE and PASTRY BAKERY, in Fousaw
Sr., saes Mess, behind the Adams Express
Office, where he will al ways keep on hand Fresh
Bread, Cakes of all kinds, Pies of the best
quality ; and, also, MINCE MEAT, put up by
himself. He is prepared to furnish Stores,
Saloons and Families at all times, and solicits
the patronage of the public. '
dl3-lw° JOHN H. LIKEN.
(3(200.A NUTS, Raisins, and Prunes, juat
ceived and for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
noLS Mr. Front and Market Streets.
EIIi&NEYS, Wicks, Shades, and Glass Cones,
for sale by
CHOICE SITUPS and BAKING MOLAR. ER
for aide cheap by
rrOBACCO, Cavendish, Congress and
A_ Twat, for sate ow by. I
NICHOLS & BOWMAN;
au2l Owner Front and Market (streets.
SUGAR cored hams, just reoeived as
Ws, by NICHOLS do BOWMAN,
opal Cm Front sod Market *AA
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Cur. Front and Market Sta.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Cor. Front and Market Streets
NICHOLS Sr, BOWMAN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
B Gr ROUE RS,
Corner Front and Zarket Streets,
/MINING to the deinande of our business, we
k.,/ have enlarged and improved our store
room, and respectfully invite the attention of
the public to our extensive and well selected
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND DO.
NESTIC FRUITS,* CEDAR AND WILLOW
We offer fur saki
STEWARD.; & LOVERIN'S CHOICE SYRUPS,
CHOICE SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
of all kinds.
WHITE AND BROWN. SUGARS,
GREEN AND BLACK I.EA,
COFFEE, SPICES, and
We keep on hand all kinds of Country Pro
duce ; also,
We call attention to our large stock of supe
NON EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
unequalled in every respect by any in the mar
ket, together with all kinds of
COAL OIL LAMPS, SHAPES, WIENERS,
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE,
of every style, always on band.
NICHOLS 81. BOWMAN,
my2o rd-dl6] Cor. Front and Marhet Sts.
GR&i D EXHIBITION
KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE,
NO. 91 MARKET STREET.
frHE following are some of the articles to be
A obtained, appropriate to the season :
Bohemian Glass Vases. Flower Stands.
" Toilet Bottles. Watch Stands.
Cigar !stands. Match stands.
Cigar Ash Stands. Reading and Book
Fancy Fans. Fancy Riding Whips.
Caid Casts, pearl and Canes:
leather. Cut Glass Colognes.
Ivory Ta hist&
Leather Goods. •
Dressing Cases. Shaving Cases.
Ladies' Companions. Ladies' Satchels.
Cabs Satchels. •Portefolios.
Cigar Cases. Match Cases.
Portemonnaies. ' Ladies' Purses.
Powder Puff Boxes. Hand Mirrors.
Toilet Waters. Toilet Soaps.
Sachets. Burnett's Toilet Sets.
Writing Cases. • Sewing Cases.
Cavalry Cases. Folios.
Leather and Wicker Pocket Mirrors.
Flasks. Money Belts.
Leather, Metal and
Wooden Pazzels. Fancy Boxes.
Meerschaum Pipes. Work Boxes.
Brier Pipes. Box of Cigars.
Pocket Knives. Leather and Gum Balls
Fine Razors. Fine Dominoes.
Diaries for 1863. Thermometers.
deelB 91 M ket Street
353 EUBIA MILLS. 355
853 and 355 Washington Street, New
PUT up in tin foil pound papers, 48 in a
box, and in bulk. Onr prices range from
Bto 80 cents. We put up the following kinds:
JAVA, MARACAIBO, SUP. RIO,
We believe our Coffee to be better than aay
ground Coffee now in use. All orders oppres
sed to na, or to our Writs, Messrs. Pr.ocia &
Youno, 182 Chambers Street, corner Washing
ton Street, New York City, will receive prompt
The. retail trade supplied by first class jobbing
houses in the various cities.
siABEIR & PLACE.
I 'l' iI:
Collection of PelleiollB, Bounties, Back Pay
and War Claims.
°Akers' Puy Rolls, Muster Rolls, and:Re
cruiting Accounts Rade Out.
`HE undersigned, having been in the
ployment of the United States during the
last eighteen months, as Clerk in the Muster
ing and Disbursing Office and Office of Super
intendent of Recruiting Service of Pennsylva
nia, respectfully informs the public that he has
opened an office in the DAILY TALEGILVII
Building for the purpose of collecting Pen
sions, Bounties, Back Pay and War Claims ;
also, making out Officers' Pay Rolls, Muster
Rolls and Recruiting Accounts.
All orders by mail attended to promptly.
SULLIVAN S. CHILD.
or Blanks of all kinds furnished at this
80. SHELLENBERGEB, k BIM., 80.
MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
No. 80 Market Street, .Harrisbarg.
HE largest and most extensive assortment
of heady-made Clothing, suitable for win
ter wear, is now offered for sale at the above
establishment, at prices to suit the times.
Also, a complete stock of Gentlemen's Fur
nishing Goods, of all descriptions.
They have also on hand a large assortment
of Cloths, Cassimeres and Testings, which they
are prepared to manufacture to order on the
most reasonable terms. Ln24-lm
SOMETHING NEW AND" USEFUL.—CaII
and examine those Insulators for Coal Oil
lAmbs. They prevent the burner from being
overheated. Fur side by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
dl9 Cor. Front and Market Streets.
RANBERREES, Raisins, Currants, and Ci
tron,, just received and for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
dl9 Cor. Front and Market Streets.
CIIOICS lot of Cranberries just received and
for sale by NICHOLS ft BOWMAN,
Oar. Frost and Market Skate.
BRANT'S CITY HALL .
WE COME GREETING!
"A luny Christmas to Our Old Friends.'
Wednesday and Thursday Evenings,
DECEMBER 24th and 25th,
CHRISTMAS EVE & CHRISTMAS NIGHT.
LATELY returned from a four years" tour
round.the world, and having, since their
return, given SIXTY-TWO SUCCESSFUL CON
CERTS in the city of New York ; also visited
Washington, Baltimore, and many of the
principal cities of the Western States, in all of
which their Concerts have been attended by the
largest, most fashionable and delighted audi
ences that ever greeted musical artists, would
now respectfully announce TWO of their highly
popular MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS as
Their Repertoire embraces a choice collection
of vocal Quartets arranged in their own pecu
liar style, also, a variety of the sweetest Eng
lish, Irish, Scotch, German and Spanish ballads
extant, Humorous Songs, Duets, Sic., Ades,
Cavatinas and Scenes, from the Works of the
most popular Italian and French Masters. Lu
addition to their usual choice selec.lous of Vocal
Music, they will play, each evening, several
pieces on the celebrated SWISS BELLS.
The ALLEGHANIANS beg leave to state to
their numerous friends and patrons of former
years, that about four years ago they added the
SWISS BELLS to their already superior Con
certs; and the Press, as well as all competent
musical critics, hays, pronounced their Bell
Playing superior to anything of the kind ever
heard in this country, not excepting that of the
original invisa Bell Ringers who appeared in toe
United States about fifteen years since.
Admission 25 cents, Reserved Front Seats
38 cents ; Children, accompanied by their
parents, 15 cents. Commences at 7 o'clock.
During their sojourn in foreign lands, the:
conceits of the ALLEGHANIANS were honot t d
by the attendance of hundreds of thousand.: of
delighted listeners—Kings, Queens, Nobles, and
the most distinguished men of the age patron
ized their entertainments, and lavished upon
them the most flattering demonstrations of .Ip
proval. M BDULARD, Met/get.
dlB-dlw D. G. WALDRON, Agent.
SANFORD'S" OPERA HOUSE
Third St., rear of Herr's Hotel
SAM. S. SANFORD, Proprietor and Manager
Monday Evening, December 22d.
First Appearance here of
MOMS. PAUL CANE,
t The Bird Hunters,'
JIM RAG'S STATUE
To conclude with
NV U. S. MAIL. .fifil
Price of Admission 25 coats.
Orchestra Chairs 50 `•
Private Box, single seats 75 "
Gallery - 15 "
Children to Parquette and Orchestra, with
parents, half price.
Doors open at eel o'clock ; performance to
commence at o'clock.
J. 41.11GU13117d BECK.,
PHOTOGRAPHS retouched in Colons, India
Ink, Pasteße, &Ilia, and Crayon, m the
most arristio manner, from $1 00 to $25 00.
Persons having defective Photographic copies
from Daguerreotypes of deceased relatives, can
have them retouched and made "speaking like
nesses." Mr. Beck attends ib having old
Daguerreotypes copied from miniature to life
size. Ivorytypes painted In every style. Spe
cimen pictures can be seen at his studio,
above Kelker's Hardware store, corner Second
street and Market Square.
Carte ds-visite colored neatly
At the Lowest Prices the Market will Alford.
_Nest door to the Harrisburg Bank.
Opened this Morning
A MAGNIFICENT LOT OF
MISSES BALMORAL SKIRTS,
LADIES do, do.
Entirely new styles.
SUPERIOR BALMORAL SIC I FO it MOURN
ING AND SECOND MOURNING.
A large assortment of
P I LT XL Si'
of every kind, received by Express to-day, at
prices as low as the Fresh, Best Made, Warrant
ed Furs can be sold.
No. 14 Market Square,
dB-d4w] Next door to the liarriebur2 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 Sank.
In abundance at
DRUG AND FAN(IY STORK,
No. 91 Mar Smarr. i(118