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'perillig melltS, nuttiness Notices, Mar.
Heaths, to secure haiserttou
I ELEGRAPH. what invariably
palsied with the CASH.
• ire meats ordered in the raga.
jai lICV ening Edition are Inserted In the
morning Edition without extra ehirge.
Wednestlnj kvening,, December 24, 1862
TOWN A N I ) cou N T tty.
We 01114) lIIMEDIATELY. A buy who can wilt('
a good hand Apply a , THIS °MOB. • it
hum' & Rao., Market street, have received
alarge and well selected stock of Toys, suitable
for Christmas t ind New Year's presents. Also
a fine lot of thcme sweet Havana Oranges [3t
WANTED.—Ten first class Moulders at the
Novelty Works of Harrisburg. Applicants will
please call at tho works on Monday. Dec 29,
between 10 o'clock k. la and 3 o'clock P. 11.
Tun ntuuten MONTHLY meeting of the Ladies'
Union Relief /I.s-dation will be held on Satur
day afternoon, at 3 o'clock, in the school houst;
on the voi tier (4 Walnut Artie and River alley
M. S. BEATTY, Prest.
E. A Muer, Fec'y.
APPOINTMENT. —We are highly gratified to
learn of the rve ut appointment of our fellow
timustulo, Theo. D. Greenawalt, Esq.,_ pay,
master in the Ti. S A., with the rank of Major.
This sell ction for a most responsible position is
creditable to the service and evinces the sound,
discretion and wise judgment of the adminis•
tiators of the appointing power.
A GOOD SHATICH.--11.r. A. P. 01813, now in
tlls city, informs us that lie very recently
skated :ding the usual, from Williamsport to
Lewisburg, a dis,lailee of thirty-two miles, in
two and a h ilf hours. His original intention
was to complete the distance to this city, but
the condition of the ice below the latter place
prevented his further progress ou skates.
A LARGE variety of small articles of utility,
convenience and amusement, appropriate for
gifts, can be purchased at Keller's, 91 Market
street. Pocket compasses, tape measures, cork
screws, ie Li knives, pearl studs, watch cases,
:vory. tablets, pearl card cases, gum rattles,
t o b a cqo pouches arid boxes, drinking cups, bat
and par:w Walt thermometers, key chains,
rubber paid i s:4 and ink wands.
LIEU r. COL. Jamas, of the Ninth Pennayivania
Cavalry we were Cformed to day, rapidly
recovering if not entirely recovered, and will
in a few days join and take command of his
regiment In the regular Hue ,1( promotion
Lieut Col. James is entitled to the Co." lkek/ Y
the Niuth Cavalry. and of course as soot; 9a he
is able to take the field, Gov. Curtin will ct.'w
missiou him as Bitch.
Sr. STEPHIM'S EPISCOPAL SUNDAY SCHOOL CHUB
BRATION, this evening, promises to be a splendid
and highly interesting occasion. The church
has been ••beautifully decorated, and the ar
rangements are all of a character to render the
celebration one of the most. interesting that
has yet behu had. Those who dellett in what
Is really good and elevating, should not fail to
be present at. this celebration.
TRH RIMULT OF A SPAM—Au honest, hard-.
working citizen of the ancient vicinage of Hum
melstown, known as Tom Murphy, recently
visited this city to purchase some tobacco and
necessaries fur his %wily. After attaining the
objects of his mission, he gut drunk, lost his
groceries, and eventually found himself in the
lock-up, minus fi idnds and money. Tom was
arraigned before the Mayor this morning ; and
after probating his future good resolves he was
allowtd to depart whither he came.
RZOOVZILING.—We understand that Private
Bordner of the Zouavrs is recovering from hie
late painful wound in the foot. The accident
by which he was disabled, occurred on the
stairway leading to the barracks of the com
pany, not iu the notel of Mr. Buck as . err*:
neously stated. We take pleasure in stating
further that the mishap was of that class of
accidents, which however provided against, are
sometimes unavoidable. it is therefore to be
presumed that Mr. B. is not liable to any charge
of negligence to the matter.
FORTUNA!. fictanros.—The cases before the
Mayor postponed from yesterday for a further
'hearing, were again ,considured this morning
and finally disposed of. The female, Jane Blair,
arrested at a late hour of night, in a very im
moral locality, was sent to prison for eight
days. Her partner in guilt, Morris Ottinger,
was released on the payment of amts.
Charles and Bartle, O'Bryan, two colored
youths, arrested for playing fisticuffs, were
lodged in jail. Frequent complaints having
reached the Mayor of the wanton wickedness of
these boys, he has decided to bold • them for
trial, with a view to their commitment,to the
House of Refuge. They are already notorious
for a propeneity to burn the property and en
danger the lives of brother urchins.
AN ALUMNI) PION.POWINT A NRIMMID. —Last
eeening,Joseph Wilt was arrested at the depot
upon the arrival of the Northern Central rail
road train, charged with having picked the
pocket of a cltiten of Carlisle, named A. J.
Welsh. It appears that the prisoner represent
ed himself to plaintiff as a brakeman on,the
train, and the latter, having stepped out on'
the ;latform when the cars were appioacbiog
this city, was induced by him to re-enter t
car and resume hie seat. In the meantime t
pocket of the gentleman in question was
lieved of $4O in money and a certificate of
posit in the Carlisle Depoett Baulk. Snap
of the theft falling upon the accusedjhis
was searched, and the miming articles ref
to their owner. The IdaYor committee
for trial, and held Mr. "Well& r4oponi
the prosecution of the calm wt, the RATA
PtuntUb ) ,4,
Moan Goode sold that ever. The rush con
thine*. There kill a chance for some of those
fine goods to be found only at Icpller's,! 91 Mar
ket; itreet 'bole handsome vases sail
kidders cannoi be ditortbild, Ugly inlet be seen.
Calla Those fans and whips too are elegant, , -
Let me mention also, those Ladies and Gent's
dressing asses always on hand at this establish
GEN. A. B. WARYORD, President of the North:
ern ot'ntral Railroad, has been lying in Balti
more, at Barnum's Hotel, for several days past,
suffering froitto severe attack of petal) als. The
fact, when fully known, Will Cause' greet regret
among the opme „ rons personal . frientisof Gee.
Warford in this city, by whom and where he fa_
held 4p high _esteem. E'rom a gentle Man who
visited the General,. we learn that it is feared
be can never recover, Or at least that he will be so
far prostrated as to be unable any longer to dis
charge the very ardneus duties deVolving on
him a 4 resident, of pus of our leading lines of
FRIENDSHIP FIRS ROXPANN'S %ix --4rom
preterit indications of an increased demand for
tickets to the ball of the Friendship Fire Com
pany, its probable that the gentlemanly man
agers h iving the affair In hand will prove suc
cessful in their generous and disinteresit4 la
bora. They have just completed arrikrigei!dents
with Sanford for concert performances on the
occasion, dazing interims between the dances,
thus supplying a new feature to their already
attractive programme. We predict an over
flowing treasury for the benefit of the Friend
ship, and an extraordinary good time for all
who may have the pleasure of attending the
"hop." The proceeds 'are to be devOtedlo
most worthy object, which fret will prOve to be
fully appreciated by the public.
Cmusrmas.--We have now reached the vs.-
Mulls of the.Ohristinas of 1862, and with the
lapse of a few intervening hours,• it will be upCn
us with all itajOyous etithusiattut and renew • 1 Baas Wartn,•agent; ,Third street, is selling
friendships. Already, in, , anticipation,' we . anei ' very fast beelin I e lie is .selling. Itri
hold a tall eugreen in the corner, display' I ' sap. 'Me has a stOck of splendiri musical in
fantaitio frulr of rather '`doubtfulorigin a.' . rnmente on tuttnl, and in 'addition is proper
certainly not natural growth ; while around ed to' fumiehthe public with mirrors,, picture,
fttagin c Atcrig branches a squad of undiscipli . frames, &c., 'ill of the most tare Manufacture.
Infant-ry commemorate a war dance of There and many advantages tohe 'derived .from
AbOrigines; the performance lotting ntitbit? Purchasing at:thid ettaidialOniihilwhich we
originality because of an extempore: ,
wh 1 ' desire our readers to learn by giving liir: Ward
two in which the performers Semi-oc4rio ' a call.
indnige. As the day progresses, thei° I 0 Baanwasee Book Store is filled . with choice
family more advanced in years join Iti #1 " • standard' im'd -miscellaneous , works, airy of
oral hilarity, topping the climax at the er
.which .woulfiform an appropriate and accepts-
table by the 'summary devOurment of ' 1 t' 'tile Militates gif... ' But the Collection com
fat looking and juicy representative of , :Is prises a large number of books purchased
yard., Without particularly referring °se expressly for gifts , timing which we notice ele
voluntary' reelprocitiesof friendship an ' - ° e l gamily illuStrated books, fine morocco writing
offectims, which afford ,the medium f , . ' est ' cameo, rosewood and walnut desks, phOtograph
s , inciroext traveling
incidentssof the Christmas festival wi
ing remembrance of our friends, we . the albums , hee ,.. sq . u . ,
begs, cattedti - ciaiteoliotegraphs, albums of
, 9 -
honored in the assurance of usual 'w• -- engraving, with other books ,suitable for chil-
WAY we all enjoy a, real merry Chris dren as presents. Besides these boOks, a 'va- I
.The day will be • celebrated wit. 'mart' , riety of fancy. stationery, cutlery, bickgam
fervor by our religious common* '' Pii° o- mon boards, secretaries, Br.c., he will be found
pal and Catholic 'churches being cularlY at this establishMent. The stock olsOiconipti
. a Cam- .interested in its commemoration =
seethe very collection of golf Pens ever
eel brought to this city and offered for gale ;
Monies upon the occasion are of oat . .
min and impressive as they.. , Ilmeola & BOWMAN advertise a lot of choice
- cheekier, in
reirivenur ,,,i ecoutlcoil 0 .we are
snit:miss; teas, milts, At e ., to which stiodiekt
.ught concerning the peen . .
, iLnts ate . the special attentattentionor. simponuo.,. g i ; i 7._..
. . ..
Ixe nativity' f Ch ri st, • beta of ,this firm purchase only the , and
The varion. 's otitisr hones of pride theettabites alweYs in offering a jsuperior
opened in the .. article to their customers. A permed of their
vices held. In ti.s'e Method'
Fourth street Bethel, i ' lra Y er 4
bald et 6 o'clock
A entorrnas Pox:K.—To
exquisitely pathetic _poem
comment, would evince a
taste, which even we, in of
particular, cannot admit.
peruse it, too, without a
is rougher and tougher ti
claim to reverence and
meats of true affection
the pen of a lady of
who, we trust, will:
with her productions
Tine the night befo
In the tame little coI
While wonderful dr
Of the stockings ti
A very slight a
Some slow muffin
And Pa and Mi
Soon Slit d the
JoYfi• • -
A long look s a,
A thought of tl
grace . ,,
'rhea . on tip
afore Christmas,. and Nannie
r Father, who's gone to the
nder what need for Christmas to
And - th
Pamparulot speed it at home. -
illy seen by- the fire-light's glare,
if to and fn.) in his favorite chair,
for the present and thonghte of the
ora alternate are over her ceet
recollection of one year ago.
in• her heart a dm* moonlight on
!here is he now ?" a low, wailing cry,
by torturing doubt, is the only reply.
a a a a a -
Appabanneek's memorable shore,
wed 'Father deeps to awaken no .more. •
;harp Pang In battle—'! my Mann, my
God of great pity ! Whenever
• T hou comfort, and light in
ay Bethlehem's Christ-child 4
kid fold little onee, 'Reath the
And,whoo in, thy mercy, eextlee
riven,. • ' • •
Oh giant a reannioh—ti Ohiletneke
• limuursgse, Dec. 24th, 1862.
p. add be .
, priate Ber
rigs will be
4. a word of
a t' of literary
I lack in thin
aes why can
suffuse his ey ' a t
toot of W s who
Ad to the sena
te poem_ le from
rary &Witty; and
lore our. columns
)11. MI TRLIGRAPH.I
Ames, just one year
Thum% and Joe,
warmed through each
hung at the Mee of
he nursery door,
vo across the smooth
it laden with tciyail
Inge with neuelberlog!
Look at each darling face,
now their.gladawai would
fist*, they too sank in
tinge their lip/ scarce ettul4
ing the fast falling snow ?
their fancies have traveled
ere may knew'ari
purchasing the el
the enjoyment of
direct them all
In the meantime
mg the attention
°mum to each of I
tics as the extent
merits of their
we begin at; we
ly in Buret ssion
f their operatieta a. the
81 E1 0 8k:dew then
&par aflictltsbers repp-ef IVO-
Qur columns of yra te,Jev,
118 MArket ett,eet offera a
eat of filmy gee& to the pub
varieties from, -which suitable
S. • KURIL
selected to meet and-please all
!to. fits stock is tiiirelv lajt°l
it ut.usually low prices.
irrit„ 108 Market street, boo on
rery-large stock of boots and shoes,
work gotten up under his own
presslk for this market: EkitiejA
presents to ty
n d is of
ed to tl
is well fitted and equally suirable
as pretieuts. His pricea are very
progtuid Fancy Store makesit grand
of_ articles suitable for Christmas
Such a stock was never before offer-,
people of the State Capital. Our
!to dustrllXl .it, is to direct the atten
ar readers to his ad vertirisment, where
certainly be able to discover some
pie ,se themselves, or with which to
dhers on Christmas day.
93 Market street,, gathered to
Ims a lot of musical • instruments, con
of Pianos, Melodeons, Guitars, Violfos,
Ideons, whit% cane it . hi ) eTcelled by
n the country for finances of finish and
itness, of lone. He so
is as to put it iti the power of almost ,_any ,
.to make , a ti. T eaolt:ipt a musical litatritl
nt to a friend,. Gt,ve Om a call. •
advertisement will co n v ince the reader of the
superior advantages' of this establishment, as
set forth by their card.
Susuartonactix kHao., No. 80 . Itiarksit street,
advertise. a •
largo, and most extensive, assort
moot of ready made clothing. This iron as
tablished firm is now pushing a liberal and a
profitable business, and has won thit"confl
deuce of the.public as mach by the integrity of
its dealing as by the enterprise frith which it
c :ondircts all its operations. We can safely ro
ma. 'mend the public to Shellenberger Bro.
cavh "oaar, next d , for to the Harrisburg Bank,
oilers to Ole public * stock of dry goods so ex
tensive that we will not attempt to describe ft
enumerate it I L ' an ordinary notice of his
lishment. There not an article of ut .
ornament, manufac.lartxl from tiny oor0 or
fabrics, which does Dot find II Olace on his
Ochres, and which is not at •a• same time, of •
the latestetyle and
.31108 ,. s uperior quality. In
addition do his imoome stock of dry goods,
Cathcart also sowar tiaes a int of fure,,imported
suitable for Christ. ,
and dometio 3 ; , whkeh a re very
urimair Doint„ifr.j4 Co. Dade. made a repu
tation as grocers, of which they may well be
proud. Their stock is ways selected with& view
to thee supply of fernlike with the chob3est arid
g out superior articles dut domestic rise. Every
art.V.te is particularly .sacred for this market.
I Their roAgaxs, coffees, teas, spices, preserved .
fruits a d ealletiadeerahilm 'wire, are 'all of a
quality at once to give piircluisora tit this .stab.
liihment Oa most sUpaiior advantages.
J. AvourrAte Baez; /titbit, has established a
studio above rXelirer's Hardatare store, where he
is prepared to pialit phougraphabicolors, India
Ink; Protons, Se War mid ier*Yeur In the meet
graphic and artist.'c manner. 'lire fame of th
young artist is of a chautoteriiin'only to elevate
him high iu his prof, radon, hut.to robot credit
on his art. Any ( d i o ur friends who desire his
services will at oncolut.4 Mtn capable and scqur
Mn. Theo. F. Smurrsan, ifoot and Job Plater;
is locateff at No. 18 kiarket'sstostat. ThosmOstiens
of workmanship turned'oat from theestablish
nienteff Mr: B. ere iritiotijutous with all that
is neat end correct. in _typographical coostrucr.
Our friendly neighbor, Mr. JOHN' Wuot, wheels
fine collection of Cot t hetionery and Fruit would
invigorate the palate of 'the most confirmed
leplcure,, still hangs rout in close
tour wife — window.. Judging
..,....,,.-..., . ....,........„„
4fftentrig, - ettinber
de. 'Their reputation r abroad as_ leadh
le druggist's and enterprising basine
.rs established for them a dependel
'by M . substantial customers, while tl
obliging disposition of +fie clerks in ti
shtnent on Market street ensures a liber
age on the part of our citizens
rln t,,,h,i,„„„ttelings4 merchandise
a4lling,„ !Mg linint,:a(miehonse is
stockfli, this firm carry on a considerable local
trade,im ils r: ltorse nr4d,leMtle. powderg , poree
kin teeth , artists' b rushes. poriumr-ry &int toilet
. Mel , 8, 00 etc. ll st.l ction 0 elliteillti Still
iliceable ffikr4t(tta ,in aerate( troy readil, be
Made fioin IhAe sari. d amortsatint of fancy
ndiolts.. We, recommend , if not a trial—at
least an inspection eir. their ware('
4,W *avt,e liyouirs , ,, , nethe , Peoniiipania Rail
itkaikv# St4e are' t r : , ;are lineilVengaged -in
the manufactu e of finely wrought machines,
steam bolters and general machine work. The
capacity of these works is adapted to the most
thorough earl. rapt& execittir4Otill..epecies of
wok in which skill and
_...tasteinline-s are requi
site: 4 - The - firm is tinivetealiidn'ihed for its gene:
ra t l elleifehillt,vlutd , eapatilfity in filling but' all
orderibrawn upon them, " whether for a dpniou
tivaruling pen (which is, we believe, the small
est article in their extensive catalogue) to a
monster ateem engine.
The managerial affairs of the Jams' House,
corner of Market street and
. Ilarket square, are
nest presided over by 14,1111F.` fiCOLstautx,
Esq., a gentleman of sterling business attain
ments and social qualities. Trader the present
administration, the „J. 0498 nOUIIe. will doubtless
reitabk its long since spiel:spatted reputation as a
first cl el of superior accommodations. It
is -d, being located in the . busi 7
A k e.
he city. ; The multifarious apart
mente.'lS, building are supplied with all
modecmconveniences, and . their arratigement
coitt4its fai4orablY•silththihartionions beauty
oblitpfeesde . and , :geurl, exterior of the hotel.
liVittlionieri3speetfullY recommend. to the
afflicted a trial of thin 'medicines made by Mae.
L. her' ritslite‘de; No.' 27 South Pine
street. .The positive and gratuitous testimo
nials of her patrons, and their emphatic evidence
affords satisfactoly proof of the valuable worth
of her preparations ; 'aua we have no doubt that
a torrent analysis of th l eir constituent klifrOi
entamould convince the most incredulous in
ouch-Matters of their entire medicinal efficacy.
CCs xe d a J,twararir -We call attention to
the exquisite stock of jewelry exposed kir sale at
Mr. Geo. W. McCithia's place, Wyeth's Building,
opposite the Dauphin Deposits Bank. A
varied collection of handsome and 't•erviceable
articles has "basn' , secured expressly for the
holidays, and believeri in the useful and orna
mental whuld do well to make a note of it.
He ball also just received a "neat little contri
vance in die shape of a bird, which is called
the, ..wotlitholder; and is quite a . unique
and useful article for ladies, doing away with
the old style of pin .used to hold the sewing.
hats hotti-orsamental asettwefet It
LIR ON 11lit PLUM, WOUNDED AND itiliStNo
Own/1127TH foll...wing is
oulriect list* the cant4l bile. of the. Dauphin
, E t testimcnt, which occurred while that
ga bciararilicii - were engaged in the recent
battle of Fredericksburg Toe compilation is
from an official report of. Lieut. Col. Cowman.
ing H. C. Allman, at nun, d byhim a '
headquarters. For thus being “file te-
thls important' list before the re.idr: Of the
TIELISEAPH, wo are indebted to Li ~
who, as we hear from other, 'aril"' diatin
guiehed himself hi that acti , • 4 •
tie awed, missing of the 127th
Regiment P. V:
"''''.r" t.e Mtde of Prederschrtang on
the 13th. and ibt,'L u d wecenwer • ls362 ••
rilled. _ cap‘ -wriliatn Fox, Company K ;
First Liout mea
S. Shoemaker, I ; 'Private
Benjamin Hoover, F;
D; Elias LI heel, Di Ephralni Rhein
hart , Coip r eal Wm. Forney. 1; Private John E mo dine, C ; Wm. Michael, C ; John Yengst,
w'lliatuutl 'fermis, 0; John W. Barrow, H;
John Reed 'II.
Wounded.—Col. W. Jennings; Captain
Janus Henderson, C; John J. Bail 'G. Frre t
LienteruMfWin. B. Oak, C; Second Lieutenant
gamins tiovinger, D; JeTOOlB W. Harvey, I;
Jones Et. Schreiner, H; Sergeant Major Charles
H. Small; SergeautThos. Solith, F; Corporal
'Abraham BlippleAliF; ,Private George W. Bows-
F; Jobe W. Cayes ; F;..John H,.Dean, F;'
James B. FlOyd, Ti Andrew J. Heck, F; James ',
Hogan, F; Dennis • Stephens, F; • Embry Y.
Antes, F; James W. Sellars F; Corporal Wes
iby Stover, 13; Private3John-Eriallds, D; Conrad
Ditey, 'had. Hildebrand, D; John, W. Mil
ler, Di JiMn E Myers. D; John, Patterion, D;i
Sergeant' Charles J. David Early 1;
Sam. ght-titief: I; 'Corpinitl . J. Stephens, 1: 1
-PriVato Francis Alincarid:r, 1, missing; John A -1
Units, A; Joseph Staugh, 14,Ge0. W. Welsh, I;
James Young, I; Jacob Sheaffer, I, missing;
Alfred Unix, I; Coated difejohiins, David
Brubaker, C; David Minnick C; Gedrge Hor
,V; James Manning,' C; Etter, C;
8010 inOn 'firturiani; 0; Sergeant J. S. Shiloh rrt,
II; Vibrate Jonas Arnold, H; Philip Burger, H;
Nicholu , Rehrer, H; Corporal Adam Cormany,
rraiming; Private Charles' Palrihky, E; John
*Seer, El•gdiwiri'Boinberger, E; Harrison Kel
ler, E;(lr.orgs Bice, E; Henry Brown, E; Tobias
Dalkes, E; Uriah Kreider, E; Corporal John
K. Win. A. Cock, K; Private Paul Ban
kaa, g; F. Brigai, K; Geo. Brown, K; Samuel
Dougherty, IC.; Ellis rigor, R.; Elias Haute, K;
Win. Hutton, K; Fred. Harp, K; Christian
Hay, K; Fred. Iba, If; Frank Kier, K; Charles
kibittig,-K; -Starer K; -- John Whittle '
;'Sergeant Lamy Davis, 0 ; Corporal John B .
Walters, G; John• Culp, .0; Wm. .Morris, G;
'Priiate -Aaron Bernard, G; Frank (lemon, U;
John Graves, G; James Kerr, 11;13enj. B. Fritz,
0; Sans Seidel, G; James S. Southwick, GI;
Sergeant William B. Cation, B; Corporal
Samuel Vermin!), B; 13einuel Chaf
finch, ; John Cramer, B ; Char& Cramer,
Harry Dickey, 13; Daniel Faster, B; John
Horning, B ; :Wm Johns9n, B; John Kserper,
; Andrew Lamm, B ; John kytinger, B;.John
Orth, B i'Atibert Quigley, B; CorneliusSchriver,
B ; John W. Skiers, B ; Wm. Wagner, B.
vi n..-‘-.-Friveto David Ituntiff, co. I . ; James
Livingston, ; Sergeant Solomon Cover, H;
private A. J. Billie, & ; Wm. Lutz, H ; E. J.
Bretz, II; Hobert Hickernell, H ; H. B. Jenklts,
H ; H.. Barre, H ; John Cramer, ; Thomas
Fitzpatrick, H ; Jacob Eittersbauch, H ; Jobb
Bringer, ; Joseph Zimmerman, E ; John Um
berger, E ; Salami Peters, E ; Edward A. Hick
map, K ; Laurie B. Bther, K ; Thomas Walters,
1 Copan; 'I First Lieutenant, and 12 privates
The Col n.l, 2 Captains,: t Lieutenant,
3 getrand -Lieutenants, the Sergeant Major, and
98 Men wounded.
19 man_ missing.
ing, on a charge of. lawsuit and titety; 'me
teor. d by a brOther-in units named Rd 'win.
The fracas was the result of air'old g , intge en
. tillititit - td to the assailant, whtt all ion that
Boltiwiti (who is an. nicer) endenvoiecl to get
him into guard lotion on a certsin • recaKiou,
withoit sufficient c , use in, ,ct doing last
evening he Mat hie alleged peteecutOr in the
street, and at once tore 'the Khoulder siraps
from his uniform, in the 'War of an invitation
to Sght. The molested patty invoked the as :
sit•tance of tie la w, 'and Mr. Powys subsequent
ly, yaeled.the-night in the lockup, from which
place he WAR released on condition of paying
costs and bi futute preserving the public peace.
THE 81011.. AND WOUNDED. - Surgeon General
King has just returned to Harrisburg, after a
most laborionirand • important tour among the
hospitals at Washington'elty and those connec
ted with the army conimatided by Gen. Burn
side. We learn thAt Surgeon General King
has succeeded in making the most ample and
suitable arrangements for the care and comfort
of tluvWcluyied wheltrre attached to Permsyl
vanhi regiments, and that as fast as trauspor
tatlon can be int cuM, these are being remov
ed to hospitals luAke. vicinity of Washington
city; from Which they will 'be carried to hospi
tals in this State, and here fui longhed for home.
If this is so, it will send ;i thrill co joy through
the saddened heart of. Permsylvania, which
cannot fail to increase the c.efidonce of the
people in the Government. It i. the first evi
dence of the' "humanity of war" which we
have yet'had froth those who control the hos
pitals of the couhtrf:
Tas Autsettsms.ss To-Niturr.—Ouy readers
most not forget that the Ailleghanians give
their . fiat concert,in .. this city this evening,
At Brant's Halt , Thie•occasion cannot fail to
be one of rare enjoyment and improving
'pleasure, as'there is that about th 9 cifFerts of
this troupe which does more to improve and
elevate musical take, than the effort?, of any
other artists whom we have ever heard. We
bespeak kir the Allegbanians a full house, so
'that those who want goal seats, should seek
the Hall early.
'IIIIILIT 11 . 1 BESINri
Of all kiilde *ended to.
EPP iliteregf-at Law.
_dirriehurg, Pe. [0271y.
Office : Ti,ird - - •
--adrim—The City Restaurant, in
A -8 1,Sfidding, next to the Court House,
lilr Y el l entirely refitted and refurnished, and
111 8 W conducted ip a style unequalled by any
- estaurant in this city Mr. B. H. Lubbers,
the proprietor, will serve up this everting, a
magnificent lunch, to , which all his friends are
Hope for the Afflicted:
From' the frequent promptings of my friends
and those who have used Mx*. Wepttiovi-nos
German Vegetable Medicines, and the teSti
molly of our most , respectable citizens, of the
virtue and merit of those waeufactured b‘ my
self,. I have been induced to call special atten
tion to these invaluable medicines by thoi.e
afflicted with Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Liver
and Kidney, Coughs, Fever and all diseases
arising from impurity of the blood. A's.,
Salves for Sore Eyes, Frozen Feet and Piles ;
Drawing and Reeling Beaters, all of which
can be purchased at moderate prices at the
residence of the subscriber, No. 27 South Pine
Street, Harrieburgi Pa. RIBS. L. BALL.
Mas. Rua :—I was • afflicted with the liver
complaint for several alouths, and a pain in my
hrc, t, with , a very bad cough; iu fact my sys
tem Was out of order very much. I heard of
your curing ao mauy afflicted as I was, and even
worse, that I concluded to give it a trial. I
can now cheerfully recommend it to all. I had
One of your ezealent plasters on my chest,
which gave Me relief in a 'Mott time I fed
now well, and cannot help but feeling thankful
for takicg of your medicine. I would say to
all, try ii, and see what it will du for you. I
.can I:te consulted with at any time at the Herr
House. MISS MARY RUCKERT.
Eimutuunnta, Dec. 19.
BRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They Purif9, strengthen and tarigotate.
They ereate a healthy appetite.
Tlitt, are su antellete to change of water and
They oveeeomi effects of dissipation and late it Wi
The} Stwoustbse the eyi,tem at d enliven the mied.
They irerei.t miatonutle and islet ruttieut revere.
They purify 'the breath and acidity of the stomach
They ewe Dyspepsia and Ccustipatlon.
They cure diarrhea, Cholera, and Chola) a Morbne.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the beet bitterk In the world. They kmake
the'weak man strong and are extututed nature's great
restorer. They are made of pure 1,1. Cu& Bum, the
oelebrated Cab Ayala*, roots aid herbs, aid are tent%
with tie pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age
or time of day. Particularly reeemmended to delicate
persons requiring a gentle stimalant. told by all
Grocers, Weigle% Hotels Sud Saloom. P. B. Drake
kV), 242 PreadWay, blew York.
v 4 wed seat tinxisw
)REAT yiltßlEry OF KID GLOVES
All Nos. and shades of color.
LADIES', plain or stiched,
The , trery . best article imported.
Next to the Herriek* Bank.
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`No. SI Mem! fikalar. t [4lB
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vo;•Our- i mlp_ s 7p10.,
3 / A fi
7 `..76 4 Z .
-2.! ;• 4 .lllB4lor. , fve_rantkv,s,
3 ' ;
largest, mast tahiunahle and lighted ant,
ewes that ever greeted musical artists would
now respew fully artuounce 'I WO id I heir highly
popular MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS as
Their Repertoire embraces a choice collection
of vocal Quartets arranged in' then own pecu
liar style, also, a variety of the sciretes Eng
lish,. Irish, Scotch, German and Spat:lV:di ballads
extant, Humorous Songs, oeett;, c., A.
Cavatinas and SceuttS, froin the lkf•rks of the
most popular Italian and Prench Masters. In
addition to their usual chore selec of Vocal
Music, the) will play each everou deVerti
pieces on the celebrate.' SWISS IT'LL;
The ALLEM:IAN IAN 6 ma leave to state to
their numerous friend. ;out pair..tts.rt homer
years, that about fur )ears ago th yud he the
SWISS BELLS to iladi air ad( super 01 ljtl-
Cmlrts thO PAW, as well tio.all competent
musical critics, bay woo tweed term. Bell
Playing superior to anything of the kind ever
heard iu this country, pot excepting that of the
original wits Bail Ringers who ,appeaied in the
United States' about fifteen icars sines.
Admission '25 cents, R. served FlOitt Seas
38 cents ; Children, accompanied their
parents, I o cents. Commences at 74 o'clock.
During . ' their sojourn io foreign lads. the
concerts - of the ALLEGHANIANS were honor. d
by the attendance of tiut.dreds of thousands
delight ed lisietters—Kimge., Queens,
the most distinguished men of the
ized their en rtaimueuis aed • ~•-"a6 dp
them the. most fi otering de
proval. J M" Ag..ut.
s Ati fp UPLHA 1101.1 St
St. 1 ear of Herr's
AM S sAN FORD, Prov a ietor and `Manager
Wednesday Evening, December 24th.
THE FAIRY GLASS SLIPPER and '
HARI, EQU N P OE.
P A DDY'S W EDDIN
Price of „I dtnission 25 cents.
OrehentraChairs 60 "
Priv.tte. Box, single ~eats. 75 "
Gallery. 15 "
enildreu to Pa.qoette and Orchestra *Mr
parents, li.it in ice.
Doors open at et o'clock ; Portoimmce
commence at 7,1 o'clock
J. AUGIII3IU I BECK.
DLIO COGRAPIIS retouched iu Colors, Indus
1. Ink, Pastelle, Se' hia, and Crayon. In the
most .artistio manner, Mau $1 00 to $25 00.
PCIBOIIB having defective Photograpoic copies
from Qaguernotypes of deceased relatives can
have them retouched and made "speaking like
.nesses." Mr. Beck attends to hiving old
Daguerreotypes copied from miniature to Itte
size. I.vorytypes painted in every sill, Spe
cimen pictures can be seen at his studio,
above Kelker's iltutiwaie stole, .cortier Second
street and Market Square. "
Carte de visite colored nt atly. dim
SELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE
NO. 91 MARKET STREET.
rIIE 'following are some 01 the articies to be
1 obtained, appropiate to the se ,sou :
Bohemian Glass Valles. Flower Stands.
" Toilet Bottles. Watch Stands.
Cigar t-tanos. Match atauds.
Cigar Ash Stands. Reading and Book
- Fancy Goods.
Fancy Fans. Fancy Riding Whips.
Card Caste, pearl and Canes.
leather. Cut Glass Colognes.
Ivory Tablets. - , ;
Dressing Cases. Stawitig Cases.
Indies' Companions. Ladies' Satchels.
Cabe Satchels. Portwfolios.
Cigar Cases. Match Cases.
Portemannaies. Ladies' Parses.
Powder Puff Boxes. Hand Mirrors.
relief. Waters. Toilet Soaps.
SaehL is. Burnett's Toilet Sets
Writing Cases. Sewiug Cast*. #---
Cavalry Cases.. Folios.
Leather and Wicker Pocket Mirrors.
Flasks. Money Belts.
Leather s bidet and
Woodeu Puzzels. Fancy Boxes.
Meerschaum Pipes. Work Boxes.
Brier Pipes. , Box of Cigarsi
Pocket Knives. Leather and:tikim Balls.
Fine Itasca's. Fine Bomb:tam
Di.tries for . 1863. ThermomUters.
91 Market 'Street.