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EVERY description or class of Toilet Bitir.hr r,
and each class in groat variety of style,
quality and price.
We can furnish almost any article of Toilet
Brush from common to extra fine, at a very
The following list comprises our stock of
goods of this line now in store :
HAIR BBUSHES.—For ladies, for gentlemen,
for infants, for barbers, for soldiers, nar
row for curling, short handles, buffalo
backs, inlaid, very hard, and very
CLOTH 131113SHIEL—Handled, fine French,
common, roach back, tourists, or soldiers',
HAT BRUSHES.—Fine French, ordinary, tour-
BONNET BRUSHES.—Dog-root, broom corn.
VELVET 13BUSHES.—French sprigs, corn,
SHAVING BRUSHES.—BuffaIo horn, rosewood
handles, of badger hair and bristles, com
mon, metal and screw handles.
TOOTH BRUSRFS.—American, French and
English, ivory and buff handles, double,
tourist's in case, badger' hair, Russia
bristle very hard, 8 row cheap,
straight, curved and rounded
surface, hard or soft.
NAIL BRUSHES.—PIain and winged, straight
and rounded, buffalo backs, long and
short bone handles.
WISE BROOMS.—Large and small.
SHOE BRUSHES.—Tips kir blacking, double,
handled, tourists' or soldiers', and splendid
single brushes for polishing.
FLESH: BRIISHES.—Long and short handles,
hard and soft, horse hair, long crooked
In addition, we have an assortment of crumb
brushes, plate polishers, dusters and marking
KELLEIEVS DRUG- AND FANCY STORE,
janflidtf. „Np. 91 Market street.
GREAT DI SCOVERY I
K UN K EL'S
BITTER WINE OT , IRON,
FOR the cure tof
IS LION, DIS
SES OF THE
/lON, ACIDITY OF
and for all cases requhing a Tunii3. •
This Wine includes the most agreeable and
efficient Salt of Iron we possess ; Citrate of Mag
netic Oxide combined, with the most energetic
of vegetable tonics, Yellow Peruvian Bark.
The effect in many cases of debility, loss ; of ap
petite, and general prostration, of an efficient
Salt of Iron, combined with our valuable Nerve
Tonic, is most happy. It augments the appe
tite, raises the pulse, takes offAnscular flabbi
ness, removes the pfdor of debility, and gives
a florid vigor to the countenance.
Do you want somethi4 instrengtheny4t?
Do yon want a good appetite ?
Do you want to'build up your constitution?
Do you want to feel well
Do you want to get.rid of nervousness?
Do you want energy ?
Do you want to eleepwell?
Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling?
If yon do, try
iruifirmis BITTER WINE OF IRON!
This truly valuable Tonic has been so thor
oughly tested by all classes of the community,
that it is now deemed Indispensable as a Tonic
medicine. It costs but little, purifies the blood,
gives tone to the stomach, renovates the sys
tem, and prolongs life. I now only ask a trial
of this valuable Tonic.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
8. A. KUNKEL,
Apothecary, 118 Market street, -
PLlsamengt, Feb. 20, 1863.
Ma. S. A. Mow; Dt•uggiel:
Dear Sir: I have great pleasure le testifying
to the complete success of your Bruen Worm or
laox in my case. I have been afflicted for a
number of years with weakness, general debil
ity and giddiness, so much so that I haire • been
confined to my bed for the greater part of my
time, and haVe bad the attendance of our
best physicians, but received but little benefit.
I had despaired of ever regaining my health,
until hearing of your inestimable remedy, Bre
nta Wirtz or laorr. I determined to try its
virtue, and I am happy to state it has resulted
in a complete Cure. -1 ant.more robust and vig
orous than I have been for many years, / which
feeling I attribute solely to your ,Brraninigirrs or
Laos. I have ho hesitation in recommending
it to others, similarly affected, awl% shill be
happy to bear personal testimony
Yours, truly, HARMAN FALSCH.
TO THE PUBLIC.
BLARRIRBURG, Fe 21, 1863.
Ma. S. A. Kurt= : Thiais to certify that I
have suffered much for's number of years with
severe stacks of rheumatism, andtave tried a
great many remedies, which were considered by
others a sure cure, without Ate least effect on
me, so at last. I have tried Fancpu4 Barns
Wore or Taos, and I must .say that one, . bottle
has nearly cured me,.and I intend taking itiun
tir I ant perfettly 'cared: Yours, • trely,
• 10111 4 -DANID BASHORE.
wHoLmira OR RETAIL. ' s
ROBABLY LESS.thun can now be puichas
..ed delsewhere:' ;
SOLDIERS look to your interests, and call or
Drng Store, 91 Market- Sireet, for_ a Writing
Folio. To deaers4ishing to buy out the lot
we will offer n 022
.1i!O8 MEDICAL USE.- •
.biLT47OlllffA HOCK WINR,- 1 -
.CAni9IOTA 'PORT I WINK,'
caittroinTre 'ANGELICA' WINE, ,
CALIF,ORNIA MUSCATEL. WINE,
CALIRORNIA GRAZE BRANDY.
The attention of InvaliV particularly call
ed to thee_ wines. Tliey . fsre equal to,the beet
Rairopean , Onee, and `guarnteed pure. For
tight at KELT XIV S DRUGSTORE,
oct26 91 Market St.
TEAcff.g. OF PIANO, GUITAR AND
_SINGING. Addreee at WM. ENOCTIE'S
Music Store, 98 Market street. •,aiter
IDEAMS AND' MAO' BF,E1 0
.I.l:ikaciAijor&sand Drio Beef, "'mated
tolive satiefliciabn, by -'
" NICHOLS & BOWMAN, -
--Oar. Front and Market:Sireeta. '
URNS, Broome , Basketo, and Bids of
CCedar and-Willow ware, for sale bl
NICHOLS 8; ,BOWMAN
Cor. Flynt and Market Streets.
G 1 ANDLEMONS, a fresh Im : r o ta
Oties, just resolved and for sale by
mrBo WM, & .
QA11:1033 of all Jelly' , —and
k) Morearailishi f forlelp by
M WM. DOCK, JR., geoo.
Ames of sfrartt.
Pennsylvania Rail Road 1
MMER TIME TABL
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON AND MITRE
MONDAY, APRIL 20th. 1868,
THE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will depart from and
arrive at Harrisburg and Philadelphia as fol
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harris
burg daily at 2.00 a. m. f and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Monday) at 5.95 a. le., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 9.55 a. m. Passengers take
breakfast at Lancaster.
WAY ACCOMMODATION, via Mount Joy,
leaves Harrisburg at 7.00 a. m., and arrives at
West Philadelphia at 12.25 p. m.
FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily'
(except Sunday) at 1.00 p. m., and arrives at
West Philadelphia at 5.00 p. m.
via Columbia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00
and arrives at 'West Philadelphia at 9.30 p.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Har
risburg daily (except Monday) at 2.00 a. m.;
Altoona, 7.16 a. in., take breakfast, and arrives
at Pittsburg at 12.00 noon.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Harrisburg daily at 3.00 a. m.; Altoona at 8.00
a.m., take breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg, at
12.30 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.16 p.
in.; Altoona at 7.16 p. in., take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30 a. in.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 3.60 p.
in.; Altoona at 8.36 p. n., and arrives at Pitts
burg at 1.00 a. in.
ItARRTSBUBG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves Philadelphia at 2.80 p.:rn., and arrives at
Harrisburg at 8.00 p : m....
WAY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia, at 4.00 p. in.; and arrives at Har
risburg at 940 p. ra. This train runs
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
ffiddie Div. Penn'a R. R.
Harrisbiug, April 16, 1862.-dtf
Northern Central Railway I
THREE TRAINS DAILY
TO AR O PROM
IE3 .A LTIMORID
Connections made with trains on Pennslyva-
Ma Railroad, to and from Pittsburg and the
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North
and West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira, and all
of Northern New York.
ON and after MONDAY, APRIL 20th
1868, the Passenger Trains of the Northern
Central Railway will arrive at and depart from
Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows, viz:
;AIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily
(except Sunday) _lOlO A. M.
, . 1 leaves Harrisburg... 1.16 P. M.
" arrives at Baltimore 5.86 P. M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury
; daily (except San
' dayl - ...11.07 P. M.
" leaves Harrisburg
(except Monday), . 2.00 A. M.
" arrives at Baltimore
daily (except Mon
- 8.16 A. .M.
HAREEM:FRG AOCO y)
leaves Harrisburg 6.30 L. M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily
(except Sunday).. 9.15 A. litt,
leaves Harrisburg... 1.15 P. M.
' ' arrives at Sunbury.. 4.05 P. :
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore
daily 9.15 P.ld,
arrives at Harrisburg 1.35 A. M.
daily (except Mon
" . . arrives at Sunbury.. 5.38 A. M
daily (except Sun
day) 2.65 P;, M.
arrivesat Harrisburg 7.80 P. hl
For further information apply at the Office
in Pennsylvania Railroad Depot. •
J. N. DuBARRY,
Harrieburg, April 18, 1868.-thf
Null 11R LIM ROUTIB.
tiA l t - i
TN TRAINS DAILY TO NSW YO H,
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, AP R IL
20th, 1862, the Passenger Trains wilt Ive
the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad D 4pot,
,at Harrisburg, for NeW
,fork and Philadelphia,
as follows, via : . f 1
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg at, ; 2.15
A. M., on arrival of the Pennsylvania Rai ro ad
Express Train'from thetWest, arriving in ew
York et 9. 8 0 A. M., and at Philadelphia at
8.20 A. M. A sleeping" car is attached hi the
train.through from Pittsburg without change.
MAIL TRAIN lawns Harrisburg at 8.60 A.
ff., arriving in New York at 6.80 P. M., and .
Philadelphia_at 1.60 P. M.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2.iio P M.;
arriving in New York at 10.25 P. M., and hit-
wielphia at 7.00 P. M.
EAST LINE leaves New York at 6.004' M.,
and Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M. aril ' g
Harrisburg at 1.16 P. M. .
MAIL TRAIN leaves . New York at 12.00450 n,
and Philadelphia at B.BOP. M, arriving ail Har
ihiburg at 8.20 P. M.
EXPRE4I TRAlNcleaves New York a 7.1
P. M., arriving at tarrisburg at 2.10 . .;.,
and connecting with . tlie Pennsylvania , r
Train for Pittsburg. A sleepht , car ie at
tached to this , traiP. . ..
Conneollorus are made at Ha - 7, lg . with
trains on the Pennsylvania, Nn.rth ' -ntral
and Cumberland Valley ralittclins_ ,en '' ' -
lug for Philadelphia, Pottsv ille, . W es. rre,
Allentown, Easton, Bcc. 7
Baggage checked through. F are "+ .: wean
New York and Harrisburg, $6 15 , ,. een .
Harrisburg and Philadelphia, $8 8b in No.
cars, and $8 in Ne,
e A r
For tl i el&te Of OtNr - in.forniation ap (
, - J. J. OLYDS.
' - vai-dti ----- , fiegierid-kont, airebibttig.
tints Of tirc - lel.
BEAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE NORTH
k X and Northwest for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, East
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, New
York, Beading, Pottsville, and all intermediate
stations, at 8.00 A, M., and 2.00 P. N.
New York.-Express leaves Harrisburg, at 2.16
A. M., arriving at New York at 9 16 the same
Fares from Harrisburg : To New York $5 15;
to Philadelphia $3 35 and $2 80. Baggage
Returning, leave New York at 6 A. N., 12
Noon, and 7P. M., (Pittsburg Express.) Leave
Philadelphia at 8.15 A. N., and 8.80 P. M.
Sleeping cars bathe New York Express Trains,
through to and from Pittsburg without change.
Passengers by the Catawissa Railroad leave
Tauutqua at 8.50 A. M., and 2.15 P. M., for Phil
adelpkta, New,York, and all Way Points.
Trains. leave ..Pottsville at 9.16 A. N., and
2.80 P. M., for Philadelphia, Harrisburg and
An Accommodation Passenger train leaves
Reading at 6.00 A. M., and returns from Phila
delphia at 5.00 P. M.
or All the above trains run daily, Sun
A Sunday train leaves Pottsville at 7.80 A.
M.,. and Philadelphia at 8.15 P. M.
Commutation; ; Mileage, 'Season, and Excur
sion!fickettat - iaa•;:smi. rates to and from all
points. -a, G. G. A..*I.COLT.S,
April 20, 1862,4hwtt
1862. WINTER 1863.
ARRA . NEFEMEN T 1
CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN
It AIL' 0 A D'S .
rOVANGE OF POURS:—On and after Mon
k.) day, November`l7; 1882, Passenger Trains
will run daily, as fotlows, (Sundays excepted)
For Chiinberob:Ork and.iituriiiburg
A. IL P. Y.
.... 7.00 2.461
" Greenea,tle 7.87 8.86 1
/ Arrive at.. 8.17 4.20
a . Leava,at.. 8.80 12.66
Leaves 13hIpPgriebliall, 9.00 1.28
" Newville ....'.........k9.82 2.00
" Carlisle. 10.10 2.42
" Mechanicsburg 10.42 8.12
Arrive itit`Hatririblirg 11./5 8.40
For Ohambersburg and Hagerstown :
L. M. P.M.
Leave Harrisburg 8.06 1.86
" Meclanicebarg • 8.478 2.45
" Carlisle 9.272.`85
" 4 Newville 10.02 8.29
" Bhippensbarg 10.88 4.00
Axrive at Obatabertburg 11.00 4.80
Leave chambeniburg ll.lO 4.40 ,
." Greencastle 11.56 5.80 ••
Arrifekt Hagerstown. .....;.. . 12.86 8.10
ON-Making abode connect ions at Etarrisbturg
with trains for Phitadelthie, New York aid
Pittsburg ; and with trains for all points West.
0. N.. LOll., Att.
A.9ffice, Chambersburg Nov. 17 , 1862:-ly
1863. ' 1863.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
T HIS great line traverses the Northern y so
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania tis e
city of Brie, on Lake Brie.
It has been leased by the Peisisykenia &W
-smar Company, and under their auspices is .14thst
rapidly opened thronghbut its entire length.
1 1 It is now In• use for Passenger and Fie ht
business from: Harrisburg to Driftwood, 2d
Forle;) ( 177 miles) en the Eastern Mist
.iriCfrorn Sheffield , to ` -Erie, (78 milea,) on the
TWA 07 PAIMINGIR TRAINS AT IfilLlMlnti.
I Mail Train leaves North: • „ ..,.... 1.16 A.; M.
'Express Trisiffi'leafei Noiih 8.00 A.CM.
' .oiirdrin thimigh'lwin . tour muses both ways
one; 4hese trainiMetlinpu Philadelphia and Lock
Era abdtweenTialtimore and I ock Haien.
Elegant filleeplpg cats on the Hamm train
both ways. 1
For information respecting Preisengs E r bpi
ts apply at the S. E. Cor . 11th and'irarket
stree. • - ! I
And for Freight business of the fkomparly's
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. 18th and Market
J. W; Beyndlds, Brie. .
J. M. Drill, Agent N. O. B. 8., Baltimorit.
H. ft. Iforsioh, ' i t I=,
Igen i i Frfio Agt. PAW a. I
lirrni .][4- ,-.1 1 90;
• • --, t' IcePAlg AO: 11 Ia ; 6 g - • !
~ .. ' 1 9 1 . 11 . ,V 7.. 4- "ii 7 l - 1. 1 - '
j2O-dly] flespAseeivr, Wilfiernaporti
8.00 A. lel
FRFAG - ti' itEDUCgD
HOWARD & HO
, • .
SHORT 1, QUICK nova
.• • . 4 ,
NEviryog 4 a
GoOdoutidered in the
0 the same. Night.
L c ,
Leave - 14Tcw, York,.at 74 P. M., ibrkike
Throughreint 'Prain, arriving in
WITROTIVLOTIMIO-E , OF
'O4 1.:11/1 WO ir
Order•Gbodo'griiiklii= -- • . ,
- - vbv/LOPE EXPiELIS 00.
`General ORION 162 proskiir3r, New . York.
For fartherittfo enquire of f
- • -`dikt*RONEßpf?l,46ol.,
' 114 — ClaraEL D in` for
twhiLL4 = w e d and for
flUatlyealklawnee k ee„
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D. W. GROSS &
WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL
D R,UGGI STS,
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS.
We are daily adding to our assortment of
goods all Such articles as are desirable, and
would respectfully call your attention to the
largest and best selected stack in this city, of
DRUGS, OHEMIOALS dg PAINTS,
its, Varnishes and Glum,
Dye-Staffs, Glass and Putty,
Artist's Colors and Tools,
Pare Ground Spices,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
Lard, Sperm and Pine Oils,
Bottles, Vials and Lamp Globes,
Castile Soap, Sponges and Corks,
&c., &c., &c., &c.. &c.
With it general variety of
PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES
selected from the best 111111101BCtIII138 and Per
rumen of 'Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PA.iIiTS, WHITE LEAD,
_LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN ALL THEIR VARNIIRS,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS.
We respectfully invite a call, feeling ooidl
dent that we cap supply the wants of all on
tarots to their satisfaction.
TEETH I TEETH
JONES' AND WRITES PORCELAIN TEN 111,
PATENT MEDICINES, and
W e an kinds, direct from the Proprietors.
'Saponifier and Concentrated Lye.
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, which wo
sell as low as it can be purchased in the cities.
'MAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRAGTS.
• cam Oa 1 CARBON OIL !
Being large pan:timers in these Oils, we can
offer inducements to close buyers. Coal Oil
Lamps of the most Improved patterns, very
cheap. All kinds of lamps changed to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS.
Those of you who have not given our HORSE
AND CAT= POWDERS a trial know not
their Sweriority, and the advantage they are
in keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in
good condition. •
Thousands can testify to the profit they have
derived.hom the use of our Cattle PowdSrs by
the increasing quantity and quality of milk,
baddati improving the genend health and ap.
peanined of their cattle.
Our long experience in the business gives, us
the advantage of a thorough knoiledge of the'
trade, and our , arrangements In the cities are
such that' we can In a very short time furnish
anything appettainin,g to our bre:drum, on the
.'best of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed
on our house, we hope by strict attention to
btu:duxes, a careful selection of
PURED R 17.41
at fair prices, and' the desire, to please all, to
Fae4k a eOntinnance of the favor of a discrim
kakis public. apl6 dly
It 0 13 13 '
Ad! G FLUID I
oP' uktequalled flo w and brilliant oolor, entail
if mot superior to Arnold's Writing Fluid ;
free froMmonid ok sediment copies as well as
snyy c6pying ink, and not affected byrfreesing.
Price .6.00 per dasen,quart bottles ; .62 cents
Irleinglu . qrt, For sale at
SOHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE, I
j 24 No.lB Market street, Elurrisburg.
• MINCE MEAT.
A .PRERIQB just received , and tor
ors. esie by IVM: & CO.
TUNNY ; a delldous article Of 'fun - b honey,
Li just received and for sale low by
NICHOLS 8i aowmas,
f 8 Oor. Front hnd Market Btieeta
LUST RIEOELVIED, 60 Oozes of sweet Messina
Oranges, for; sals,,wholesale and retail, at
, , JOHN wISE'S STORE,
sweet, near Walnut.
Bllft,tone Nursery,/ Adjo Wag the
11JEW, 041.44N13'61T pf, •,- dee, of
04- /9W ;LbY Ng l o 3 &IR tit
4 fie' ;" .41 1 44411 1 tom.
Marine, Lire and tulawi I ransporiat:qii,
Gtuir)3,l Ag-m. v of th"
INNURANCE COMPAII OP %WWI AkIERICA
Incorporated 17M- Charter perpetual.
Capital and Assets $1,200 000
Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A.
Brown, Samuel F. Smith, Charles Taylor, Am
brose White, John B. Neff, Lichard D. Wood,
William Welsh, William E. Bowen, James N.
Dickenson, S. Morris Wain, John Mason, Geo.
L. Harrison, Francis B. Cope, Edward H. Trot
ter, Edward S. Clarke.
ARTHUR G. COFFIN, President.
CHARLES PLATE', Secretary.
As central agent for the above named compa
ny, the undersigned is prepared to take fire
risks in any part of the State of Pennsylvania,
either annually or perpetually, on the most
Office in Walnut street, near Second.
CHEMICAL WRITING FLUID,
MANOYAOTORND NY TDB AMUICAN Los. COMPANY,
Breamamproa, N. Y.
S EE what judges of ink iu our city my:
We the undersigned having used Bose Bro.'s
Chemical Writing Fluid consider. it a superior
article and heartily recommend Its use to the
J C. Young, Prothonotary, Dauphin county.
S. H. Brenner, Clerk to Prothonotary, do.
Joseph Miller, Clink to Commissioners.
John L. Speel, County Treasurer.
John Roes, Deputy Recorder and Register.
Samuel Manjuart, Begister.
Jacob Shell, Deputy Sheriff.
Thos. H. Norton, Capt. 11. S. A., Dia. Office.
Handy Mix, And:tor General's office.
D. 0. Maurer, " "
David Barnes, "
Jos. Garreteon, "
M. S. Bower, " "
Alexander Wilson, State Treasurer's offioe.
J. Holcomb ; al
A. C. Smith, Attorney-at-law.
N. 8.--Changes of temperature will not affect
~: •t - ~.
All sisea for sale at
KETJ,Eirs DRUG' STORE,
i 1 Market street.
STEAM BO I LESS,
fAVING made efficient and permanent
arrangements for the purpose, we are now
prepared to make Steam Boilers of every kind,
promptly and at reasonable rates. We shall
use the iron made by Bailey & Brother, the
reputation of which is second to none in the
Hone but the best hands employed. Repair
ing.proraptly attended to. Address
my 22-1 3,
• B J. 94RR1.13 ;
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Manufacturer,
NO. 112 211111N.i.7 MEM,
ETAS always on hald a full assortment of Tin
1.1 and Japanned Ware, Ckp _king and Parlor
stoves of the best manufactmies, Gutter Spout
ing, Roofing and Galvanized lion Cornish,
manufactured and put up at reasonable rates.
Repairing promptly attended to.
TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS.
Collection of Pensions, 110t1OliO3, Back Pa
awl War Claims.
Officers' Pay Bolls, Muster Bolls, and Be
crafting Accounts Made Out.
riIEIR undersigned, having been in the em
ployment of the IJuittd States during the
last eighteen Months, as Clerk in the Muster-
Ing'and Disbarring Office and Office of Super
intendent of Recruiting Sf:rvice of Pennsylva
nia, respectfully Informs the'public that he has
opened an office in !bi DAILY Titanium
Building tot the• purpose of collecting Pen
sions, Bounties, Back Tay and War Claims ;
also, sassing uut . Officer!' , fray hulls , Muster
Rolls and Um:raking
All orders by mail wen& co promptly
;gip-iaou SULLIVAN 8. MILD.
/ORTON'S UNRIVAT "PD GOLD PEN
.I.VI FIRST QUALITY WARRANTED.
NONE BITTER IN TEE WHOLE WORLD
A GREAT LUXURY.
PERSONS in want of a superior and really
good Qom PIN will find with me a large assort
ment to select from, and have the privilege to
exchange the Perm until their hand is perfectly
suited. And if by fair means the Diamond
points break off during twelvemonths, the pur
chaser shall have the privilege to select a new
one, without any charge.
I haVe very good Gold Pens, made by Mr.
Morton, not warranted, in strong silver-plated
cases, for $l, $1.26, $1.60, $2.00.
For sale at SOHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE,
apd No. 18 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.
Gold Pens!, Gold Pens!
sir WA 1111.AlsIT E -111 4.
A HOTHHEtnewassortmentof the:well known
Li "15ewton Pen" of all sizes, etylee, and in
saver oF g4:44,holciers, have .puit been reo3ive.l
at the U - ,orte.
. GEO. BERGNEII,
- 91 Market street.
Harrisburg, Dec., 1862.
ffOLABBIE SUGAR—A very nice lot of
11l sugar from syrup, for sale low, by •
Imams & BOWMAN,
ap2o- Cor. Front and Market streets.
Gold Pens ! Gold ;Pens
I WARRANTED_ 419ir
Has 1:10811 opeia3 at
j 9 18 Market Street, Harrisburg.
DUREGRAPE WINE.—Dock & Co. have an
I article 'of Imre Grape Wine. of domestic
mannhwittare, which they- offer- to their custo
mers as the most superior artiolainthe market.
The quantity on band lemail, arid therefore
those Whir wislito:pnrchase would do well to
call early; DOCK & CO.
10() BUBHKLf3 Mercer and Peach-Blow Pot
I fatoes, a selected lot, for sale low, by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
.I=ll . • Cor-Tront aid Market Street.
(`CARDS! l—Wedding, 'Writing, and Buidnles
Card,e, Tiekets,Alt-heads; Ball Invitations,
and printtrig in general, neatly and expeditious
ly exam at
FFEB'S FUMING OFFICE,
.:39 Stritit; Harrisburg-,. ..
Flot of ("bowl* Tobotto r .flom the -
.1: msoufactorie4 &Van: old prime, rot fide 1 8r
111011018 & BOWMAN,
18 - " Oor. frostroid Market
..-. 0 ,
()WING - teem n ...;ur Imein,sp , . cc_
have ~ • 4 c.: and intl.:roved our tztor,i
room, and respectfully invite attentiou of
the public to ~greats-;---- Aelect,,i
SILOCHRIM, FDREIGN 4M (ICI
MEM IC If RUITS, CEDAR AND WILI Ow
iTEWAIITS & LOVERIN'S CHOICE SYRI7I'7 ,
CHOICE SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
of all kinds.
WHITE AND BROWN SUGARS,
GREEN AND I;LACEL TEA,
COFFEE, SPICES, and
We keep on hand all kinds of Country l'rn
ince ; also,
We call attention to our 191-9.:. stock of supe
NON EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL,
oßtwittailed In every respect by any in the war
ket, together with all kinds et
COAL OIL LAMPS, SHADn, BURNIM'i
QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE,
of ry style, always on hand.
NICHOLS St BOWMAN,
my2U r3-dl6l Cor. Front and Market Sta.
BOOK-BINDBEr RULING-MACHINES AND i`° 1 0,
SAWING MACHINES, PRE 66 A
AND RAOWDDS TOR
Portable Cider MilL and Fodder enttia:
SCHOOL FURNITIi 11F,
General Nadine Work and Iron and Brass
WOOD ITIRSINO IN ALL IT:3 BEANCIII.-,
SCROLL SAWING, PLALNLVO, 1.7 C.,
or Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Era
made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW C;; 1 1 . No TOvi
wr Club paid Ibr Old eoP4er, Br" , r
STEAM BOILE L 6,
PENNS YLVAIVIddAii BOAR,
CELLAR WINDOW ES,
Of various yetteros, both atatlot,ry and vx
Weights and WiOtle other b.::!1 co: J.;., for Isla
very cheap at the [tay24-1y) 11;(1; E
JOHN W13E 1 13
Confectionery St, Fruit Store,
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
And vegetables of all kinds, brought direct
from the eastern markets, twice n week, au 1
purchased under my personal supervision, thus
enabling me to sell a better and cherper arti;.la
than any in the market.
W Orders from a distance atteiAed to
promptly, and goods delivered to any part of
the city free of charge.
CANNED FRUIT constantly on
hand. Give me a mill
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER
• /M. 18 MARKET SQARE,
XABTICULAII attention paid to Printioz.
Baling and Binding of Railroad Blank,
Manifests, Policies, Checks, DrAfts, Ste. Carl
printed at $2, $B, $4, and $5 per thousand, i
elegant 'le. r2O
UTE have received an assortment of Wa!
V V Leta adapted for carrying safely and con
veniently the New Currency, with lot of
LEATHER GOODS GEN b.; RALLY.
Ladles' Satchels, Ladies' Companions, Purse-,
Poitinonnaies, Segar Cases, Cara Cases, Wr.
tang and Sewing Cases, Portfolios.
TCRTLICRISI DRUG STORE, 91 Market St.
1114111ITOCIS PRCYORAL SYRUP.
FEB INVALUABLE SYRUP, WHICEI
entirely vegetable in its composition,
been employed with wonderful success for
-many years in the cure of diseases for the At!'
PASSAGES and LUNGS. For any form of th ,
'Nampa such as COUGH, TICKLING of th
THROAT, SPITTING OF BLOOD, DIFFI
CULT BREATHING, HOARSENIOiS, Luss
VOICE, and HECTIC FEVxES , its use will
be attended with the happiest nculte. It
one of the best and safest medicines for al •
forms of BRONCHITIS and (X)NbUIIPTION.
No Issolosais orlon/pandit»: of Opines sn any shay
is this wrap.
PRICE CM PER BOTTLE.
For sale at BFECHTER'S CHEAP BOOK
,4 100 K B ,
BUCHEMIN PITRI3E3 1
7 - - PORT MONAIEE T
And a . general variety of Leather Goat, in
receded' at BERGNER'S BOOK STOW.
ikiITANTIFACTUBER and Wholesale Dealer
"TUCKER'S PATENT SPRING BED.
These Beds are particularly noted for tbe;l
Cleanliness, Ease and Durability, and are ACE
ranted 'to give perfect satisfaction. For sale b:.
mr27-810.] No. 2 Bevere Block, Boston. Mass.
, FOUL seoortment of Pocket Bibles
AOL lid Testaments for the ooldiers, king rd
oefiren at BKBONEWS BOOKSTORE.
4,i it' 4 , 4'
ASP MARK i
HISHPHP:. I'EN A
We offer for sale
ABOVE STATE Si fi•.r: i
ORANGES AND LYMOM.S,
PINE APPLES, BANAI , TNAS,
FRESH AND sms
THII.O. F. SCEIEFFELL,
RUBBER GOODS 1
Babbei Top tt
BERGITIKEM CERA t 4 11*.