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Monday Afternoon, December 9, 1861.
A SPECIAL meeting of the Harrisburg Typo
graphical Union will be held this evening, at
the Citizen Engine House, at 7 o'clock;
SUOOTINQ MATCH.-A shooting match is to
come off at Halbach's tavern on New Year's
day for two hogs, each weighing four hundred
pounds, and a cow. There will no doubt be
some good shooting and rare fun on the occa
NEW POLICE AI RAIMEMENTS.—OffiCerB Fleck,
Carichner, Wickert and Cole, of this city, have
formed themselves into a sort of partnership
for the transaction of police business. They
have taken an office in Shoemaker's building,
Raspberry alley, opposite the Court House,
where at least one of the firm will be found
night and day, ready to respond to any call
that may be made requiring the services of a
MAJOR GENERAL McCLaueri returned from Bal
timore to Washington the other day, with Mrs.
McClellan, their infant daughter whom he never
saw till that day, and his mother-in-law, Mrs.
General Marcy. The ladies came from Pitts
burg, via this city, to Baltimore, in the Dime •
tors' car of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company,
having a special engine. The car is the same
used by the Prince of Wales, President Lincoln
and other distinguished persons. The General
and his family are now at housekeeping.
Nsw ARRANGEMENT.-13y an arrangement
made recently between the clergymen of our
city, hereafter the bells of the several churches
will be rang for the Sabbath services as fol
Bells ring at 10.16.
Services commence at 10.30.
Bells ring at 7.
Services commence at 7.15.
This arrangement went into effect last Sun
A Vamix VOLUNTEER.—Among the privates
in General Wynkoop's regiment of cavalry,
stationed at camp Cameron, near this city, is
Captain Sawers, who commanded a company
called the Brownsville Blues in the army under
General Harrison, in the war of 1812. In 1816
Captain Sawers was placed in command of the
steamboat "Enterprise," by direction of the
Monongahela Bank, of Brownsville, and during
General Jackson's administration he was ap
pointed as assistant superintendent for the im
provement of the Mississippi river, and was
placed in command of the United States steam
snag boat "Heliopolis." Captain Sawers is now
considerably past the meridian of life, but he
still retains an active vigor, and as he himself
says a "strong arm to strike in defence of his
glorious country." May success attend him.
FUNERAL OF HENRY CHAYNE.—The funeral Of
Henry Chayne, who died from wounds received
at the battle of Rich Mountain, Western Vir
ginia, tools place from the residence of his
mother in Second street, near the Square, at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The cortege moved
from the house in the following order :
Capt. G. W. P. Davis' Company.
First City Zouaves.
Capt. C. C. Davis' Company of Cavalry, form
ing a guard of honor to the corpse.
Clergymen and relatives of deceased in carriages
Harrisburg Typographical Union.
Band of the Fifty-fourth Regiment.
Friends of the deceased and citizens generally.
The military were under the command of
Capt. J. M. Eyster, of the 18th 11. S. Infantry,
and made a very fine appearance. The weather
was delightful, which served to draw out a
large concourse of people, who followed the re
mains to the cemetery, where after the deliv
ery of a few impressive remarks by Rev
erends Moore and Hay, and prayer by the for
mer gentleman, they were interred with the
customs usually attending a military funeral.
"Soldier rest, thy warfare's o'er,
Sleep the sleep that knows no waking,
Dream of battle fields no more,
Days of danger, nights of waking."
CITY Comm.—The regular monthly meeting
of the Common Council was held at the Council
Chamber in the Court House last Saturday
The minutes of previous meetings were read
Dr. Bailey moved that in order to be able to
pay the interest of the city debt, falling due in
January, the Council pass no bills until next
mouth, excepting the payment of salaries.
The motion was agreed to.
Communications were received from the
Mayor announcing the dismissal of his Chief
Police Constable, and in reference to the bad
condition of the va . rious'pavements throughout
the city; asking an abatement of the nuisance.
The ordinances on the subject were referred
to; when the matter dropped.
A petition was presented from citizens of
Fairhill, asking for a foot-walk between Paxton
creek and Allison's hill. Referred.
Mr. Verbeke presented a petition from citi
zens of the northern part of the city, asking for
a gas-light at the corner of Filbert and Walnut
Refused for the present.
Mr. Martin presented a petition from citizens
of the fifth ward, asking for the grading of Rose
Mr. Verbeke presented a_petition from Ger
man citizens of Harrisburg, asking that the or
dinances and resolutions of the city be pub
lished in German in the Harrisburg and Lan
Referred to the Ordinance Committee.
Mr. Hamilton, •from the Committee of the
Whole, on the new city Lock-up, reported that
he with others had visited the same, and
thought that with a few alterations it might be
made comfortable. The subject was again re
ferred to the Water Committee, with instruct
ions to confer with the County Commissioners.
Mr. Maeyer offered a resolution for a gas
light at the Lutheran church mission, corner of
High and State streets. Agreed to.
The Council then adjourned.
MONET SENT HonE.--The "Colder Fencibles"
of this city, attached to the Thomas A. Scott re
giment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, were paid off
last Saturday, and the members of the company
have sent to their friends and families in this
neighborhood the sum of nearly two thousand
PERSONAL —Col onel A. James Mulligan, the
hero of the battle of Lexington, Missouri, pass
ed through our city last Saturday, over the
Pennsylvania Central Railroad from Chicago,
Illinois, en route to Washington city via Balti
more. The gallant officer was accompanied by
his wife, and several distinguished military gen
tlemen, whose names we could not learn.
CAPT. ISAAC W. WATERBURY'S company,
mostly recruited in this city, has been heard
from in the neighborhood of Fortress Monroe,
Va., and are under marching orders to`penetrate
further into the "bowels" of Dixie, probably
bringing up somewhere in the Palmetto State.
The officers and men are all in fine condition,
and anxiously awaiting a passage of arms with
PoucE—Before the Mayor—Samuel Blew and
George Sage, both colored, were arraigned,
charged with the larceny of four dollars and fif
ty cents, in "small change," from the store of.
Mrs. O'Donnell, corner of Walnut street and
Tanner's alley. Remanded for a further hear
Several casesof parties charged with violating
city ordinances, will be heard before the Mayor
at 6 o'clock this evening.
PLEASANT WEATnER.—The weather was de
lightful to-day, the temperature having been
more like that of spring than the cold blasts of
December, so piercing only a few days ago.
The wind throughout the day was from the
southwest, but at the time of writing the bar
ometer indicates an unfavorable change. During
the day large numbers of persons visited the coun
try, and in the afternoon the appearance of the
children on the streets was like the opening of
the spring time.
THE AMERICAN FLAG.—Bishop Simpson, in a
sermon delivered in Brooklyn the other day,
made the following graceful and eloquent allu
sion to the flag of our common country. Our
flag, be remarked, is on every sea—it visits ev
ery port,and wherever it goes the people love it.
No one but he who has been abroad in distant
lands knows how that national symbol is re
spected. A man says "I am an American,"
and nations protect him wherever he goes. I,
as well as others, doubtless, in this audience,
have felt its protecting power in foreign lands.
Oh ! it is a glorious
? flag. Sometimes it seems
to me as it an angel's hand had clipped it out
of the blue heaven, with its own stars of gold,
coming down like angel's eyes of mercy as it
goes on its mission of good will over the earth.
It is a glorious flag, and nations love it.
INDIAN Summa.—The smoky haze which
fills the atmosphere, the hectic flush upon the
variegated cheeks of our neighboring hill sides;
the fallen leaves ; the golden beauty of the
landscape, announces to us that it is the return
of that crowning season of the year—lndian
Summer. But we opine before many days, In
dian Summer will have taken its departure
from us, for at least a year. It rarely, if ever,
tarries long, when it makes its appearance at
this season of the year.
The birds of summer have flown to their
Southern homes, and not until the departure of
the cold and dreary Winter, will their sweet
music be with us again, but their more hardy
cousins, the few that remain are searching for
nestling places, near our houses, and if kindly
treated will gather the seeds from our gardens,
and pick the crumbs from our doors. Their
cheerful presence will repay a thousand fold for
their scanty support. The little squirrels are
busy in our woods, gathering into their homes
their winter stores.
The pretty quails in little flocks become half
domesticated, and with their plaintive music,
seeking proximity to human habitations, seem
to ask consideration and protection at our hands.
The busy year is winding to its close, and
many are the sad and gloomy thoughts that are
turned back in contemplation of the_ varied
scenes of the past year. The season will be a
brief one. Jack Frost, with his icy fingers, has
already touched the leaves of the forest.
Every season has its joys and sorrows ; but
look on the bright side and we shall always be
BRANDY AND HEALT.H.-"A glass of brandy
can't hurt anybody. Why, I know a person,
yonder . he is on high 'Change, a specimen of
manly beauty, a portly six-footer. He has the
bearing of a prince, for he is one of our merchant
princes. His face wears the hue of health, and
at the age of forty, he has the quick elastic
step of our young men of twenty-five, and I
know that he never dined without brandy and
water, and hr. never goes to bed without a ter
rapin or an oyster supper, with plenty of cham
pagne; and, more than that, he was never
known to be drunk. So here is a living ex
ample and disproof of the twaddle about the
dangerous tendency of an occasional glass, and
the effects of a temperate use of good liquors."
Now, says the intelligent editor of Hall's Jour
nal of Health, it happened that this specimen of
safe brandy drinking was a relation of ours. He
died in a year after that, of a chronic diarrhea,
a common end of liquor. He left six children,
and he had ships on every sea, and credit at
every counter, which he never had occasion to
use. Four months before he died (he was a
year in dyiug,) he could eat or drink nothing
without distress ; and the whole alimentary
canal was a mass of disease, in the midst of
millions he died of inanition. This is not the
half, reader. He had been a steady drinker,
that is, daily drinker, for the last twenty-eight
years. He left a legacy to his children which
we will not name. Scrofula had eaten up one
daughter at fifteen ; another is in the mad
house ; the third and fourth were of unearthly
beauty. but they blighted and paled, and faded
away, into heaven we trust, in their sweetest
teens ; another is tottering on the verge of the
grave, and only one is left with all his senses,
and each of them is as weak as water. Why,
we came from the dissecting room and made
a note of it, it was so horrible.
Pettnovivania 113ailp aelegrapii, itiontrav 'afternoon, Mamba 9, 1861.
TneAltmone Sociery will meet for rehearsal
and practice on Monday evening, D, e. 9th. in
the lecture room of the Baptist Church, Pine
street, at 7i o'clock. A full attendance of ac
tive members is particularly desired. An invi
tation is hereby extended to the members of
choirs to be present and unite with the society.
COLONIZATION.—Thomas White, agent for the
Haytisn Emigrant Aid Society, will deliver an
address in the Fourth Street Bethel to-morrow
evening, at 7 o'clock, on the subject of assisting
the colored race to emigrate to Hayti. A large
number of this class of people are said to be in
Western Virginia and other locations who only
need the means to get to Haytia to place them
selves in comforable condition, and we hope the
subject will claim the attention of onr citizens
generally. Mr. White is a native of Virginia,
residing near Wheeling, has long been engaged
in the Cause, and will no doubt be able to give
much valuable information on the subject.
THE LOCOMOTIVE Rs - PLOSION AT WRIGHTSVILLE.--
The ex plosion of the boiler of a locomotive on
the Northern Central Railroad, at Wrightsville
was noticed in the telegraphic column of last
Friday morning's TELEGRAPH. We have been
able to gather the following additional particu
lars respecting the explosion. The locomotive
was in the act of backing up for the passenger
car in Front street, when it exploded, killing
the fireman, Mr. Jesse Hortner, instantly, and
so injuring the engineer, Chas. Geiselman, that'
he died in about halt an hour. The former was
om Glen Rock, and the latter from York, and
leaves a wife and family. The explosion was
terrific, and shattered engine and tender, throw
ing the former a complete summersault, blowing
fragments in every direction. The accident
happened directly in front of Solomon McCau
ley's Confectionery, and the explosion shattered
this and neighboring houses for half-a•square,
breaking windows, covering everything with
mud and soot, and in one instance knocking a
considerable hole through a brick wall. The
track was torn up and the ground hollowed by
the force of the blow. Attached to the engine
was a train of freight cars, which were, we be
lieve uninjured. Several persons standing near
narrowly escaped destruction.
FOGGY Mom:Nos.—The fog hereabouts for the
last two or three mornings was "thick enough
to cut with a knife," and would have rejoiced
the heart of a Londoner. As described by a
cotemporary, moisture hung upon the clothing
and beards of those who were 'abroad, it clung
clammily to inanimate objects, and rendered
window panes almost as dim as though the
glass was ground or frosted. The sidew s
were as damp as if there had been an universTa
early application of the Susquehanna, and the
streets were coated with mud of the stickiest
description. The fog was worthy of the Lon
don article of that description, and objects
could scarcely be distinguished at a distance of
a hundred feet. Railroad cars and other vehi
cles seemed suddenly to emerge from the gloom
and as suddenly to plunge into semi -darkness,
leaving no trace behind but feebly rattling
wheels. Foot passengers looked weird and
ph. as 1.1,tv ‘l6ll - me - mg,
and worthy mechanics with their dinner bask
ets, and old market wo men with their cotton
umbrellas, appeared as shadowy and unsubstan
tial at a distance, as though they were so many
"ghosts of Banquo's line," seen dimly through
a stage fog of double gauze.
FABLE FROM LESSllia.—"Now I am going to
fly—now then ! " said the huge cstrich, and all
the birds crowded round in anxious expectation;
"now," he said, and spread his vast wings; but
instead of rising, he only tumbled over, and
lay flat on the ground.
When a great rebel, Governor Letcher, of
Virginia, makes his complaints and gives you
notice that he is going to fly with his southern
army from the Potomac to the banks of the
Susquehanna he frequently ends by such a fall
as the ostrich's, that at least is the opinion of
Urich & Bowman, at the cheap dry goods store,
corner of Front and Market streets.
Funs, Pints, Funs.—sl,ooo worth of furs re
ceived from New York auction ; 100 fur capes
ane muffs, from $3 up to $l2, worth double ; 25
doz. hoop skirts for 50c., 75c. and $1 25 ; 100
cloaks for $2, $2 50, $3 50 up to $lO, very
cheap. A large assortment of traveling bags,
baskets and satchels; 100 pieces of splendid
dark calico at 8 and 10 cents a yard—of stock
ings we have a full assortment for ladies, men
and children, woolen and cotton, at 12k, 18 and
20 cents ; 36 large woolen blankets ; nO pieces
canton flannel, at 12i cents ; red, yellow and
white flannel, very cheap ; 50 pieces of white
curtin fringes at half price ; beautiful set flow
ers De Laines, at 22 and 25 cents ; received a
new lot of shirt breasts, beautiful styles, at S.
Lewy's wholesale and retail dry good store.
Wholesale buyers we would especially invite to
our large stock, to which we receive additions
most every day from New York auction.
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES.
"Read the Co losing certificate" from one of the first
ladies in tides, N. Y., who called upon my agents in that
chy (Sr. Wm. Bristol & C 0.,) and told them that she, of
course, did not wise , her name made public, but if any
one should noubt the won 'erful efficiency of Da. Dacron
co's Golden Pills, they might refer any Lady to her, as
she consicered it a duly, as well as a pleasure, to her
snowledge of their efficacy, as administered to her
daughter, a young I ady 17 years o.d. :he was fast go
ing into cons amption—had taken cold—nature became
obstructed. Two boxes of these Golden Palls entire
ly cured her, and sae is now in r.. bust health
"We were particular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicit directions 'accompanying each box Price sl.
Sold wholesale and retail by C. K. hats;, (bruggist,)
91 Market street, (sole agent for) Harrisburg, ?a. By
sending him $1 00 through the Harrisburg Post Office' ,
the Pills will be sent confidentially by mall to any part
of the country; "free of postage."
N. id.—Look out tor couaterlelts. Buy no Golden Pills
of any kind unless the box is signed S. D. Howe. Au
ethers is a base imposition and unsafe; therefore, as
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of be
ing humbugged out of your money,) buy only of those
who show the signature of S. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added on account of the Pills
being counterleited. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are made known to every Agent, and they
are safe, and will perform all claimed for them.
Sold also by, T. L. Lumberger, Lebanon ; A. J. Kauff
man, Mechanicsburg 3 . M.. narks, Lewistown ; S. Elliott
caritas ; S. G. Wild, Is ; J. C. Aitick, Sbippens,
burg; J Spangler , Chambersburg ; E. T. .111er, York;
J. A. Wolf, W, ; S. 8. Stevens, Reeding; and
R. P. Hunter, Reading, and by "one oruggist" In every
town and vilage in the United States, and by
S. D. HO WE,
Sole Proprietor, New York.
HELMBOLD'S EXTR ACT BUCHU,
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
TOE GREAT DIURETIC
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
A CARD TO THE LADIES
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHE,
TOE GREAT DIURETIC.
And a Positive and Specific Remedy for Diseases of the
And all Diseases of the Urinary Organs.
Sea Advertisement in another column. CM it out, and
send for the Medicine at once.
BEWARE O 1 COUNTERFEITS.
ItIPOR'FAIVT TO FEMALES
DR CHEESEMAN'S PILLS
Prepared by Cornelius L. Cheeseman, M. D.,
NEW YORK CITY
THE combination of ingredients in these
A_ Pius are the remlt of a long end extensive practice.
Thu are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Painful klenstruations. removing all ob
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain In the side. palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner
vous affl.ctions, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, Bm, disturbed sleep, which arises from interrup
tion of nature.
TO MARRIED LADIES,
Dr. Cheerematos Pills are invaluable, as they will bring
on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have
been disappo nted in the use of other Pills can place the
utmost confidence in Dr. Cheesemau's Pills doing all that
they represent to do,
/here is one condition of the female system in which the
Pills cannot be taken without producing a PEJCI.fA It
RESULT. The condition referred to is PREGNANCY—
the result MISCARRIAGE. Such is the irresistible ten-
deny of the medicine to restore the sexual functions to a
format condition, that even she reproductive power of na
ture cannot resist it.
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything
injurious. Explicit directions, which should bo road. ac
corn any each box. Price $l. Sent by mail Oil enclOs
ing $1 to De ..:01MMICS L. CHEIP6MAN, Box 4,531, Poet
Office, New York City,
Sold by one Druggis tin every town in the United States
R. B. HU TCHINGS,
General Agent far the United States.
14 Broadway, New York,
To whom all wholesale orders should be addressed.
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE I 1
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye I
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye Known
All others are mere imltetiorm, and should be avoided
ifyou wish to escape ridicule.
GREY. RED OR RUSTY RATE dyed instantly to a
beauniul and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Hair or Siam
REITER hts DAIS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wm. A. SATOBELOR slam 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Mid. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is vrAttasarrso
not to injure in the least, , however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill fleets of bad D - ••es remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye. which is prop
erly applied at No. 16 Bond Street New York.
Sold in all the cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name " William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
.ides of each box.
Wholesale Factory, 81 Barclay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED
JUST Published in a Sealed Envelope ;
Price 6 cis : A I eoture os ttte Mature, Treatment,
and radical Cure of Sperm ,torrhco or Seminal Weakness,
Involuntary omissions, sexuel Debility, and Impediments
to Marriage generally, Nervousness, Consumption, Boil
epsy and Fits : %foetal and Physical Incapacity, resulting
from self Abuse, &c.—By HO H. J. CULVEEWELL,
D., Author or the GREEN BOOR &u. "A Boon to Thou
sands of Suffers," sent under seal, in a plain ouvolpe, to
any addreo, POST PAID, on receipt of six cents, or two
postage stamps, by De. CH. ,1. C. KLINS,
12 Bowery, New York, Post Office, Box 4586.
--- "GET THE BEST.”
Webster's Unabridged Dictionar
New Pictoral Edition.
i]Pictorial Illustrations of
,llrebsk7da•ernd. i.2.41e.1,a34 _has, 4*.fma
- ouiers,loofortai reyresantatsons of the following
Barbpcan, Bastion, Battlement, Bar-shot, Block-house,
Bombs, Conoor4Carronade, Chain shot, Chevaux-de-frise,
l'altrop, Limbers, Madrier, Martello rower, Mortar, Port
cullis, Ravelin , Redan, Star lons,
No other English Dictionary publishod in this country
has a fourth part of these.
SO ALSO PIS
Definitions of Military Terms
As, the foregoing, and Abatis, Ambulance, Ambuscade,
Armistice, Banquette, Bivouac, Brevet, Caisson, Caliber,
Canister-shot, Cantonment, Capouiere, Casemate, Cone
terscarp .Chef de baltstarn, Cul de aac,Dablghren gun,
blithe rifle, &u., &c.
Ad by Geo. Bergner, Harrisburg, and all Booksellers.
PIIE DANDELION COFFEE now offered
j_ to the public, is prepared from the fresh roots.
In submitting this valuable article to the public laver,
the manufacturer only complies with the urgent and in
creasing demands of the public. It is unquestionably
one of the most reliable and effectual remedies yet dis
covered for the diseases it Is spoiled. It is strongly re
commended by the Faculty as a so, erior nutrious bever
age for General Debility, Dyspepsia, Disease of the Liver,
Bilious Affections and Irritable condition of the Stomach.
The many thousands who have be- n reluctantly compel
led to abandon the use of Coffee, owing to the injury done
to their h. altb, will find this superior to the best Java Cof
lee, to say nothing or its great and acknowledged medi
cival benefits. Tno intelligent p !don of the community
are so well acquainted wilts the medicinal properties of
the Dandelion, that they require but the assurance that
the article offered to them is the pure Dandelion Root.
.11fai—One pound of this Coffee will make as much as
two pounds of the best Java
For sale by
no3o Wti. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
4,500L85. FAMILY B LiCK
wHeAT FLOUR (Extra) in 12Th and
Xbib bags. The quality is very superior, baying been se
selected expressly ior our retail trade. For sale low by
null Wit. DOCK. Jr., FE Co.
A large assortment of Under Shirts and Drawers,
Geatlemens' Traveling Shawls and Blankets,
Every Kind of G.uts fib fiery,
Cloths, Casaimers, and Veslings,
(in great variety,)
Silk & Cashmere kincic Ties & Cravats,
Large Stock of Gloves & Gauntletts,
Every kind or Suspenders,
ILimovErt Brea Gwyn.
A Large Stook of these Goods, to seiect from can be
bound at GATGOAST'S
nol3 Next door to the Harrl,burg Bank.
B. M. GILDEA, D. D. 13.
OPPOSITE THE BRADY HOUSE.
All opera ions, Surgical and Mechanica
smenhtleally performed. Charges moderate. jeB
HARRISBURG and PHILADELPHIA ,
Wm. B. Burk, Agent, 812 Market street, Phtiattet
phia, formerly Lioingeton 4 co.
Special Conductor in charge of each
tram. iioods delivered aL the Warehouse, Philadel .
Oda, at u'elook P. M., still be delivered is ELirris
burg next morning. J. WALLOWER, JR., Agent,
2141.1 e Office Reading Depot. Harrisburg,
COAL! COAL ! !
$3, AND $2 25 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
0. D. FORSTER,
00t 7 . 4 f , No lt
rt a h rke ee t t tre o e l t, la arn d a
R o e n •
tail dealer in
TREF - ORTON,
BROAD 101" COAL
Famlies and Dealers may rely upon obtaining a first-rate
article, and full weight, at the lowest rates. Orders
promptly attended to. A liberal discount made to pia ,
chasers paying for the coal when ordered.
Present price, $3 and $2 25 per ton.
Harrisburg, Oct. 26....d3m
SHIRTS! SHIRTS !I SHIRTS !I 1
THE CHEAPEST IN THE HAREM
THE undersigned having opened his
Manufactory of Shirts gm., at No. 12 West Market
street, Harrisburg, Ps , mos 'respectfully solicits the
patronage and attention of the ladies, Gentlemen and
Merchants to the following assortment of goods all of
which are our own manufacture
&c., &c. ' Am.,
Also the particular attention of the Ladles to our large
assortment of under garments , (from the latest im
proved London and Paris styles,) LINEN COLLARS,
CUFFS, SETTS Ste., in great varieties, ail of which being
our own maueufactare we will sell cheaper than can be
Persons desirous of furnishing their own materials, can
have cutting, sewing sc., of every variety done a...cord
ing to order. Allot' the aoove named goods for Gents wear
we will mate to measure, guaranteeiug to tit, and give
entire satisfaction to the purchaser for style. durability
and m iterial. All special orders will be promptly at
tended to upon the shortest notice and most reasonable
terms. Also Merchants supplied upon the most reason
P. S. Ladies wishing skirts or ender garments of any
discription, can have them made to order by sending
sample of such kinds as may he desired.
JAMES A. LYNN,
No. L 2, Market street,
an29-d6m Harrisburg, Pa
Rooms next door to Hammel & Grocery
A large assortment of Gentlemens' Furnishing Goods
&c., in addition to the above can al ways be found cheap
BET W EEN NEW YORE
; -- - - AND LIVERPOOL.
jANDINu- AND EMBARKING PAS
/M QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver
pool. Naw York and Philadelphia Steamship company
intend ti.npatching their full powered Clyde-built iron
dtertmehioe as follows
CITY OF BALTIMORE, Saturday December 14; KAN
GARD°, Saturday December 21 ; CITY t , l( NEW YOits
Saturday, December 28 ; and every Saturday, at Nam
from Pier 44, Norm Elver. .
FIRST CABIN 875 00 STEERAGE.... $3O 00
do to London $BO 001 do to London ..$33 00
do to Paris 185 00 I
do to Paris $39 00
do to Hamburg..sBs 00 do to Hamburg $33 00
Passengers also forwarded to HarrO, Bremen, Rotter
dam, Antwerp, &c., at equally low rates,
*sr-Persons wishing to bring nut their friends can buy
tickets here at the following rates, to New York: From
Liverpool or Queenstown; Ist Cabin, $75, $B5 and $lO5 .
Steerage from Liverpool $4O 00. From Queenstown,
These Steamers have superior accommodations for
passengers, and carry experienced Surgeons. They are
built in Water-tight Iron sections, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators on board.
. . . .
For further information apply in Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN, Agent, 22 Water Street; Glasgow to VAL
INMAN, 5 St. Enoch Square ; in Queenstown to C. & W.
D. SEYMOUR & CO. ; in London to ILIVRS & MALY, 61
King William St. ; in Paris to JULOS DECODE, 5 Placa
de la Bourse ; in Philadelphia to HOW G. DALE, 111
Walnut street ; or at the Company's offices.
JNO. G. DALE, Agent,
nol4-tf 15 Broadway, New York.
Or 0. 0. Zimmerman. Agent, Harrisburg.
AnimPASnENGEfta FOR EUROPE.—Hy order of the
Secretary of State, aq passengers !diving the United
Suites are required to procure Pa , soorts before going on
board the St Rimer. JOHN G. DALie, AGENT.
WM. BREITENGER has removed his
restauraot from the corner of Dewberry alley
and Market street, to the house formerly occupied by the
"tied Lion hotel" in atar,et street between Dewberry
alley and Third street which he has refitted throughout
in the most beautiful manner, and he is now prepared to
furnish as usual, Oysters and all the delicacies of the
season, in that recherche style which has distinguished
bis establishment from the time of first opening.
N. B.—Private Rooms have been fitted up tor the ac
commodation of Ladies and families. Entrance next
door to the main entrance.
DRIED - SWEET COk N (Saascsß.)
PEAS, . CEANBEREHE,
DRIED APPLES, DEM PEACHES.
Fresh Peaches, (in cans.)
" Corn, &e. , ,,k0.
Jost received and for sale by
no3o WM. DOCK, is. &
SOLDIERS' NICK NACK'S,
F OR Sale at
KFLLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE
Camp Writing Cases,
Needle or Sewing Cases,
Shaving or Razor Cases,
Pocket Ink Stands,
Pocket - Knives,
India Rubber Tobacco Pouches,
Wicker, Leather Sr. Platina Flasks,
Leather Drinking Cups.
Pens, Penholders, Pencils, Papdr, andEnvelepes.
Soldiers will see at a glance that the place to get an
outfit in small wares is at No. 91, ',lariat street. •
ga-See "Fort Pickens" in the window. no6-tf
FOR SEWING MACHINES.
JONAS BROOK & BRO'S
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL- COTTON.
200 dE 500 YDg. WHILE, BLACX cf COLORRO.
rrHIS thread being made particularly for
L igewin Machines, is VEitY STRONG, SMOODI AND
ELASTIC. Its strength is not impaired by washing, nor
by friction of the needle. For Machines, use Brooks'
FOR UPPER THREAD,
and Brooks Patent Six Cord, Red Ticket,
FOR UNDER THREAD,
Sold by respectable dealers throughout the country.—
aISO, IN OF 100 °WAN BACH, ABBOATILD SOS , by
WM. klEgitY &surd, Sqle Agent.
no9•d6m 36 Vesey street, New York.
3E O MI3PIMM.EI.',6I.
DAILY an LINE
LOOK Rev's, JiRSZY SHoes, Wulismsroin, MUNOY
UNIONTOWN, WAIVORTOWN MILTON, LIWIFIBURU,
NORXHUJOBSILLAND, :-1: , / , 6171311r, TREVOKTON,
BURG, Rumex, Demur,
'ho Philadelphia Depot being centrally located the
Drayage will be at the lowest rates. A CAulactor goes
through with each train to attend to the safe le livery of
en goods entreated to *le line. Goods delivered at the
FREED, WARD & FREED, No. 811 Mart et Steet, Nana •
delphia, by o'clock P. M., will betelivered to
flarrieburg the neat morein.t.
Freight (always) as low as by any other line.
Particular attention paid by thin line to prompt, and
speedy delivery of an Harriebur •.00ds.
The undersigned thankful for past patron .4e hopes by
strict attention to busiaess to merit a cony' iuence of the
Philadelphia and Roadie; up ii :
Feot of Market Stree , dirrf3barg
W E OFFER TO
A New Lot of
Of beautiful Styles, substantially made.
A Splendid assortment of
A New and Elegant Perfume,
KNIGHTS TEMPLARS' BOQUET,
put up in Cut Glass Engraved Bottles.
A Complete Assortment of
Of the best Manufacture.
A very Handsome Variety a
POWDER PUFF BOXES,
91 Market Otreet
HELMBOLDIS GENUINE PREPARATION.
"HIG RLY CONCENTR AT ED"
CCM'. oUIRD FLUID Erma BUCHV,
A Positive and Specific Remedy
For Diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGs.
This Medicate rnerea.es the power of Digestion, and
excites the ABSORBENTS int healtuy action, by which
the WATERY OR CALCAREOUS depositions, and all UN
NATURAL ENLARGE eENTS are reduced, as wall an
PAIN AND INFLAMATELiN, and is good for
MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN.
HERMLBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Early In
discretion or Abuse.
ATTENDED WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak nerves, Trembiing,
Horror of Disease, Wak , rfutneas,
inninese d Vision, Pain in the Back,
Univrrsai iessitnde of the Muscular arSteM,
tiot Hands, Flushing of tfießody,
Dryn,se of the Skin, Eruptions on ttos Face,
PAL , ID COUNTENANCE,
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this med
icine invariably removes, soon foloss
DIFOIENCY Ft9IIITO. E PILEPTIC FITS,
IN 9NE OF WHICH THE PATI MAY EXPIRE.
Who can say that they are not freque.tly fouowed by
those "DIREFUL DI-dsdSe 5,"
•‘.INANITY AND CONSUMPTION.'
Many are aware of the cans- of their sullenng,
_ _ _
BUT NONE WILL CONFE,S
THE REOO oF THE IsS NE ASYLUMS.
4w4 the Meranckoly Dorhs by Con tonplion,
HEAR AMPLE WITNZAITJ TEA TRUTH 08 sHki ASSIRIETON
THE CONSTICUII AFFECTED WITH
OW:A p:11.3 %RIK E,S„
Requires the aid of medicine to -trengthea and
Itivigorat the gyStPIR,
Which HELTOOFVB EXTRACT BUCHU i veriabig doe
A 'MULL WILL (1../WVICE IHE WOW/ 883/FIIOALL
FEM4LE 4 .-FEMAIE3--IENALES,
OLD OR YutiNG, E, ithi®, OR GuNTESIPLA.-
IN MANY AFFECTIoN, P • CULTAR TO FEMALES,
the Extract Buena u< unequaled by any other remedy,
as in chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or
Supprestio n or Customary Eir.cu alone, Clcera‘ed or
Scirrhous state of the Uterus, Leucornos t Wailes, Steril
ity, and for all co upl tints in i tent to the sex, whether
arising from Indiscretioa, Habits of Disaipation, or in
DECLINE OR rrf 4NOR OF LIRA
88s BYMPT•'Ms eB .vg
NO FAMILY Skluti. D BE WI PH JOT IT I
TAKE NO MORE BLAS&N, M.Clirr6T, OR lINPLUSANT
MR FOR lINPLIANANT AND D 41VG•tRolIS DIAILANRI.
HELAIBOLD , ..I EXIRACf Baarar
In all their Stages,
Little or no change in Diet ;
And no Exposure,
It causes a frequent de-ire and diveS strength to Urinate,
thereby removing Obstructidn3.
Prevent ng and Cu,inv, Strtctures of too Ur 3thra,
Allaying Pain and Imdammation, so frequent In the
ewe ft diseases, and expelling ad Poisonous, Dsassupd
and worn-cut dialler,
THOOSI , NDS •7PON THOUBANDS
WHO HAVE BEEN lIIE VICT QuAcxs,
and who have paid HEAVY F& to be cured io short
time, have found. they were deceived, sod that the 'POI•
SON" has, by the use of ..rowearol. asrmsoams, " been
dried up in the system ; to breat out in an aggravated
PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE.
Use EaLMEIDLIVe Ranier Buono for all affxtiona and
diseases of thu
whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE
From whatever cause originating add no matter of
HOW LONG S HANDING.
Diseases or these organs require the aid of DIURETIO.
HEIAIBOLD'S Ex nt Cr EtGait,
I'3 THE GREAT DIURETIO,
And is certain to have the desired eileet in all Diseases
SOR WHICH IT Ei RE.3iIHNIENDED.
Evidence of the most r disble an/ respossale oharaolor
will accompany the medices.
CERTIKICAIIB OF CURES,
.tromB to 20 yearse standing,
WII3 NAMES KNOWN 70
BLIENCE AND FAnE.
Price Si 00 per bottle, or six for $5 00.
Delivered to any address, rodurely packed train obser
DESCRIBE SYMPTOMSI.T ALL COMMUN/CATIONi
camas Guarrnfoed I Advice Gratis I
Personally appeared betore me, an Alderman of tho
city-of Poliadelphit, fl T. atILIfaILO., woo being diny
sworn, doth say, his preparations contain no narcotic', no
mercury, or other injurious drugs, but are purely vege
H. T. HELMBOL D.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 231 day of No
vember, 1854. WM P. HIBBERD, Alderman,
Ninth St above Race, Phila.
Address lettere for information in confidence .0
H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist,
Depot, 104 South Tenth St., bet. enestaut,
BE WARE OF GOON PE LAO ITS
AND lINPRINCIP..EO DEALERS,
Who endeavor to dispose —or mom ows" and "ossea"
ARTICLES ON THE REPUTATION ATTALYED BY
Relmbold's Genuine Preparation s,
0 lactract Bu htt,
'• " Sarsaparilla,
" " Improved Rose Wash.
Sold by O. K. Keller, D. W, Gross, .1. Wyeth, C. A.
AND ALL DRUMM BFERYWHEREL
ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S. TAKE NO OTHER.
Cot out the advertleemeat and send for it,
AND AVOID lIIPOSIT/ON AND EXPOSURE.
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVER'S
COAL BY THE PATENT WEIGH CARTS.
;pH t SE Weight Carts are certified by the
1 . Sealer of Weights and Measures. Conaamera can
weigh their coal at their own doors. It is of great bit
pertain:, during taw° hard times for every one to know
that they GAT Tattle FULL HoNierr WZIGILT.
large supply of Coal always to be found on hand,
LYKENS VALLEY all sizes.
BALTW. CO'S WILESSAAAE, all sizes.
LOSBARKI tOsL, (the g-inaine article,)
Sold by the car load or single ton
All coal of the best quality, delivered tree from all fin
purities al MOM TO CURT Tin Tam, by Sae bust, or oar
load, single, ball or third of . tons anJ by tee bushel.
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, Nov., 6,1861.—y
FURS! FURS I FURS I FURS 1
Liberian Squirrel Furs,
Silver Marten Fars,
Water mink Furs.
UPS, CCIFF3 AND 110523, LAME A3S4I/TMLeNr
Great °Argenta in trusetioola. livery article warran
ted to be eXa. .uy ae repre.eutett, at
CAIIICaRT & BROTHER,
Next to tee Harrisburg sank.
NEW CLOTHING STORE.
SHELLENBERGER & BROTHER,
NO. 80 MARKET STREET.
(Room formerly occupied by the PostoPe.)
THE undersigned have just opened a
new and large assortment of tae latest styles of
clotting. We are also prepared to manufacture to order
all kinds ef Gents Wear cat to the latest styles an t fain
ions. We hare always oa nand s large BLOCK of Ready
made clothing and Gendeman's Furetaama GackleV
ne9-aBco H. SdEt.LeNBBstiAR & BRO.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALER.
in Confectionary, Foreign ana Domestic Frartr
Pips, Dues, &flues, statues and Nuts of alt Cada.--
Fresh and tet,h, Soap, Paroles, Vinegar, SpIOES, Ta
basco, Segare and Country Prudhoe in ganerai, Market,
street, next door to Parke House, also c.raer Third and
imt2B-dsm JOHN WISE.
Select Schools for Boys and Girls
FRONT WIREET ABOVE LOCUST.
HE Fall term of ROBelta fiI'ELVVEra
School tor boys, will open on the first Monday in
September. rhs room is well ventilated, comfortably
furnished, and in every respect adapted for school per.
CATHARINE WELWBS'S School for girls, located n
t h e same building, will open for the Fall term at the same
time. The room has been elegantly fitted up
he health and comfort of scholars. t atuaddtf
SCHEFFER'S BOOK STORE 1
(Near the Harrisburg Bridge.)
lo ß tortin E e lVE a D mß from,NOTEtc
rare t, w awn we will sell at 51.25 per ream.
lia.oo per ream for NOTE Pena, decorated with
the latest and very handsome emblems and patriotic
$3.50 for 100 e WHITE ENVELOPES, with nattonal and
patriotic emblems, printed In two colors.
Please give us a mall. EURO. P. tiaIEFFER,
At little B 'pose ;