Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, December 17, 1861, Image 3

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HARRISBURG., PA
Tuesday Afternoon, December 11, 1861.
SEE the advertisement headed "War with
England" in another part of this evening's
TELEGRAPH.
Tau Anßrazos - of our readers is directed to
the advertisement of :Prof. J. H. licEntyre,
found in another column of this evening's TEL-
EGRAPH
NOTHING more appropriate for a Christmas
present than a handsome Daguerreotype, Pho•
tograph or Ambrotype, and the very place to
get the best and cheapest is at Parker & Shell's
rooms, east corner of Market and Third streets. I-
New METHODIST MISSION Chace.—Operations
on this building, situated on Ridge Road, near
Hammon's lane are being pushed forward with
alacrity, and strong efforts will be made to have
the audience room ready for occupation by the
first of January. The building when completed
will be a very handsome affair, reflecting great
credit upon the enterprise of our Methodist
friends.
Riumranu OPENED.—The new railroad from
Cressen to Ebensburg, was opened last week.
The people of the Welshburg are highly de
lighted. Thirteen miles of the Clearfield and
Tyrone road have also been opened—from Ty
rone to Sandy Ridge, shortening the time of
hours. The road will be opened to Phillips
burg early in the spring, which will be its ter
minus until times get better.
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COTILION SORIEE.—Our friend, Mx. James
Sprucebanks, will give another of his delight_
ful cotillion soirees at Exchange Hall, on Thurs
day evening the 19th inst. Pretty faces, taste
ful dresses, and happy hearts, will vie with
each other to render the occasion attractive;
while the excellent music will lend an addition
al enchantment to the gay throng pursuing
the volatile nympth Terpischore through the
ever varying change of the dance.
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NEW COUNTEEEEIT.—The following is the de
scription of a new counterfeit, noticed several
days ago, and which has been successful in de
ceiving quite a number of dealers. It is a two
dollar bill on the Farmers' Bank of Schuylkill
county ; dated August 1, 1861, letter A, No.
2132. Washington on right corner. Full fe
male figure on left. Vignette, boy reclining on
a basket with Bickel in left hand, sheaves of
wheat in centre, and house in the distance.
THE storekeepers have made extensive prepa
rations for the present holiday season, and every
variety of goods, useful, ornamental, cheap or
costly, can be obtained according to the means
or taste of the purchaser. It is interesting to
explore the streets and gaze in at the shop win
dows at the holiday season; but if the reader
would see an index to the best establishments
he can be gratified with less trouble by looking
over the advertising columns of the TELE
GRAPH.
GRAIN WAREHOUSE AT COLUMBIA.— Win.
McConkey, Esq of Wrightsville, and one of the
firm of Marshbank and McConkey, of Lancas
ter city, has leased the large warehouse above
the Columbia Bridge, at the outlet of the
Pennsylvania Canal, for the purpose of storing
grain. Large quantities will probably be stor
ed there during the winter ; the old warehouse,
the best and most substantial, will resume its
wonted business air of olden time. A flourish
ing business was formerly done in this establish
ment by C. Brenneman. Esq.
Trm "Locum GREYS."—The recent warlike
news from Europe has created a stir among the
members of the "Lochiel Greys," who served
with much credit in the three months' campaign
against the Southern rebels, and we undeistand
that the initiatory steps are about being taken
to place the company again on a "war footing."
The leaders of the movement are those who
projected the first organization, and carried it
through so successfully. There can be no doubt,
therefore, that the new movement will also be
a success.
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POLICE —Before the Mayor—James M' Granigan,
was arraigned charged with drankeness, and
insulting a woman in the Fifth Ward. Sent
to prison for thirty days.
Andy Papsley, was charged with "lying
around loose" without any visible means of
support. Discharged with aninjuction to leave
the city.
Jno. Use, was arraigned for drunkeness and
indecent conduct in• the streets. Fined $2,
which he paid and was discharged.
P. H. Donally, Miles Meider, and Pat. Mcln
tyre—all soldiers—were arraigned for drunken
ness and disorderly conduct. Discharged.
James Geary, was up for drunkeness, and
was discharged with an injunction to mend his
way.
Abraham Thomas was charged with being
drunk and abusing his family. Remanded to
the Lock-up
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DAVIS' PANORAMA.-A crowded and fashion
able audience again assembled in .Brant's Hall
last evening to witness the exhibition of this
great work of art. It is a pleasing evidence of
the correct taste of a community that fosters
and encourages the fine arts, and we are grati
fied in recording the undoubted success in this
city of the above exhibition. Such displays,
blending real information with rational and re
fined pleasure, imparting knowledge, while cul
tivating the taste, storing the mind with new
ideas, indelibly impressing important facts upon
the memory, suggesting expansive trains of
thought, the same time awakening the more
exalted sentiments of our nature,. may be made
the means of exerting a solid and beneficial in
fluence-upon society. As a work of art, the ex
hibition is well worth the examination of the
connoisseur, at the same time, the incidents, il
lustrated with such life-like fidelity, are calcu
lated to awaken a lively interest in the great
American heart as presenting a mimic but faith
ful reflection of the leading events in our coun
try's history from its first discovery by Colum
bus. The panorama will be again exhibited
this evening, and we advise everybody to go
and see it.
IN TOWN. — Captain J. M. Barr, of the First
Pennsylvania Artillery, was in town this morn
ing looking remarkably well. The Captain's
regiment is stationed about nine miles from the
Chain Bridge, on the- sacred soil of the Old
Dominion, and is represented to be in an excel
lent condition.
Loox-Oni FOR Trant.—"About these days" as
almanac makers say, look out for nocturnal
visitors to hen-coops, or in less polite language,
look out for chicken thieves. We heard of two
or three citizens recently whose coops have suf
fered from these midnight destroyers--in one
instance the thief making off with no less than
ten chickens and two fine fat turkies. Our citi
zens should be on the look out for these rascals.
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CHRISTMAS.--It seems but a little while since
we were enjoying (?) the long, sultry days of
Summer. Since that time, however, the Au
tumn has come and gone, and now stern Win
ter is fairly Upon us. In a very little while it
will be Christmas.
The rapidity with which the annual Holidays
roll in upon us leads us to think that the poet
was laboring under a mistake when he wrote
the beautiful and pathetic lines :
"Pumpkin pie and ginger beer,
Christmas comes but once a year."
but, upon investigation, we find that he was not
mistaken ; the Holidays do come but once a
year, and the apparent frequency of their recur
rence is owing to the fact that, as we grow older
we take less note of passing time, and therefore
the seasons seem to come and go with greater
rapidity. This fact should impress upon our
minds the importance of improving and enjoy
ing each occasion as it occurs. Life has its cares
and its bitterness for all, and it also has its en
joyments which we should by no means loose
sight of. If we can, without injury and with
little or no inconvenience, pluck from time to
time a stray flower from among the thorns that
hedge in life's pathway, we do but rob ourselves
if we neglect to do so.
Well, Christmas is coming—what is on the
tapis ? We have no doubt there are numerous
turkeys in sundry coops, all of which will be
duly served up at the proper time, but then we
ought also to have something of a public nature,
in which we can all take part, where we can
see each others smiling faces, and say to each
other "a merry Christmas." Shall we have any
Christmas? We say yes, and we hope no one
will be selfish enough to say no.
PROF. .I!ECOY'S GREAT ORATION.—Its Repetition.
—By the following correspondence it will be
seen that Prof. Amasa M'Coy, of Massachusetts,
has been induced to repeat his great oration
"on the London Times on the Rebellion and
the war for the Constitution" delivered before
President Lincoln and his Cabinet on the Na
tional Fast day at Washington, D. C., and re
peated in the Representative chamber at the
capitol in this city, before the Governor, Heads
of Departments and citizens, last Saturday
evening. This announcement will be hailed
with pleasure by all who have already heard
the oration, as it is one of the few productions
that will stand a "further hearing," and the
orator one of those whose matchless eloquence
never tires but delights the audience :
• HARRISBURG, Dec. 16, 1861.
To Prof. Amasa McCoy, Washington, D. a,
Dear Sir: We respectfully invite you to repeat
in this city the great oration on the "The' London
Times, on the Rebellion and the War against the
National Constitution," which you delivered
with so much power and effect in the State Cap
ital ou Saturday evening last, the anniversary
of Washington's death. Many who have heard
of its merits from others are desirous of hear
ing it for themselves, and many who heard it
once are desirous of hearing it again.
For the great good which will thus be done
to the great National cause, we sincerely hope
that you will coinplywith this general desire.
We are Dear Sir,
Very sincerely your friends,
D. R. PORTER, A. G. CURTIN,
R. C. HALE, ELI SLIFER,
F. F. MCCOY, CRAIG BIDDLE,
A. L. Russam,
Jos. D. Porrs
R. H. MoKii!;r,
0. W. SEES,
W. W. lavar,
E. M. BIDDLE,
I. R. MUFELY p
0. H. WHEELER,
D. WABRABAUGH,
HENRY E. Ltosurr,
M. N. QUAY
.J. w. Went,
HARRISBURG, Pa., 17, Dec. 1861.
To his Excellency the Governor of Pennslyvania, and
Gentlemen of the Department of State ;
I shall esteem it a privilege to comply with the
request of the Government of this renowned and
venerable Commonwealth, and which. as the
Union was formed within her bosom,and the Con
stitution was framed within her bosom, so in the
defense of both, she now bares the osoms of
the greatest number of sons.
Since this appeal in behalf of the National
Constitution was made at the National Capital,
three month ago, every European mail has
only added to the apprehensions which led to
its being framed; and this makes me only the
more willing to avail myself of your invitation,
to repeat the wise admonitions of Washington,
in regard to the "internal and external ene
mies' of the Republic.
Believe me, your Excellency and Gentlemen,
with every feeling of consideration and
respect,
Your most obedient servant,
ANIASA McCOY.
The oration will be repeated in the Fourth
Street Bethel, to-morrow, (Wednesday evening)
the 18th inst. His Excellency the Governor,
Heads of Departments, Rt. Rev. Bishop Potter
and other celebrities will be present. The price
of tickets had been fixed atfifteen cents, to defray
expenses, and the surplus will be handed over to a
charitable institution of the city. Doors open
at 7 o'clock P. M. The delivery of the oration
will commence at precisely half-past seven
o'clock.
Funs I Funs I Funs!—We have received a
new supply of Furs, Muffs and Fur Capes, from
$2,50 up to $l2, a large assortment of Cloaks
$2,50 up to $B.
25 doz. Hoop Skirts at 50c, 75c, $lOO, $1.75.
50 doz. of Undershirts and Drawers white
and grey mixed.
50 doz. of white ribbed Stockings at 16c and
17c.
40 pc. of white, yellow and red Flannel.
100 doz. of Men's woolen Socks, at all prices.
25 pc. of beautiful Mourning Delaines,
black and purple.
100 doz. Lady's Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs
from Auction.
Together with a large lot of other Goods such
as Blankets, Shirt Breasts for 12p., Satchels
Sontags, Alapacas, Paramattas, Sete of Sleeves
and Collars, and 200 Towels at 12c. Please call
at S. Law Y's. delo
ALL should read Prof. Wood's adverdoemen
in another column•
Peunopluanta Matlp Qrclegraph, gineotrap 'Afternoon, IZlerember 17, 1861
Far off upon our southern border,
Where wild Atlantic's currents flow,
Commingling with the gentler waters,
That fill the gulf of Mexico,
There stands "Fort Pickens," bold, defiant,
Uprearing high its massive form,
Rea iy to meet, with quick responses,
The iron hail and fiery storm.
"Fort Pickens" has not yet been taken,
Much as the rebels boast and Bragg;
And waving proudly far above it,
Is still the same old glorious flag,
And all the hands of guilty traitors
Can never, never tear it down,
For our commander there will teach them
That what he does is done up Brown.
"Fort Pickens " has not yet been taken,
And we predict it never will,
For if you call at C. K. KELLER'S
You'll find the fortress standing still;
It's walls unscathed, its turrets gleaming,
Its guns all loaded heavily,
And from its pointed ramparts streaming
The starry banner of the free.
Call at No. 91, Market street, for your holi
day presents.
THE OCCUPATION OF HARRISBURG BY OUR ARMY.
—Amidst the desolation and strife that has
visited our once happy country, and the many
heart bleeding circumstances attendant upon its
progress, the citizens of Harrisburg have much
cause to be thankful that the occupation of
Maryland b 7 the rebels, prevented only by the
far-seeing national Executive, has not brought
the war to our own doors. in the absence of
the army, our business is prosperous and indus•
try throughout its different avenues is reworded
with happiness and plenty, and notwithstand
ing the great advance in dry goods, Erich &
Bowman continue to offer the best indueements
to buyers, south-east corner front and Market
streets.
WAR PRIORS.—The undersigned offers the fol
lowing goods 26 per cent cheaper than can be
purchased in New Yoik, Philadelphia, Harris
burg or elsewhere, viz : Shirt collars, scarftees,
half hose, jackets, overalls, muffins, night
shirts, undershirts, drawers and shirt bosoms ;
also ladies' cellars, cuff setts, under-garments,
&c., &c. The above goods being my own manu
facture, I guarantee them for durability, ma
terial, &c. All of the above goods I will make
to order or from sample. Please send your
order ; it will meet with promptness and cheap
ness, and a good fit guaranteed.
N. B. Always on hand a large assortment of
Irish linens. Please call and satisfy your
selves of the fact at J. A. Lynn's Harris
burg cheap shirt manuf ctory, No 12 Market
street. Rooms next to Hummel & Killinger's
grocery store.
lIEGMBOLD'SEXTR ACT BUCHU,
THE GRE a DIURETIC•
EiELMBOLD'S EXTRACT' SUMAC.
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
GELMBOLD'S EXTRACT MICRO.
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
TOE GREAT DIURETIC.
And a Positive and Specific Remedy for I.iseasta of the
Bladder, Kidneys,
Gravel,
Organic Weakness,
And all Diseases of the Urinary Organs.
See Advertisement in another column. Cut it out, and
send for the Medicine at once.
BEWARE 01 COUNTERFEITS
tiovl3-a2m
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE! I
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Bye 1
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye Known !
All others are mere imitations, and shoold be avoided
gym' wish to escape ri mule.
Wiwi RED OR RUSPY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beauinul arm natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFfEEN it DAIS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wm. A. Hammon sin a 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of tne patrons
of his famous Dye.
Wm. A. B ITCHELOWS HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be dlitinguisheo from nature and is WARRENTED
not to injure in the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill Weiss of had D: es remedied. The hair
is invigorated for llfe by this splendid Dye which is prop
erly applied at No. 16 Aciud Street New York.
Sold 11 all the cites and towns of the United States, by
Drngzists and Fancy Goods Dealers
TIM Genuine has the name t• William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
aides of each box.
oct.2-d&wly
DR. OUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FUR FEMALES
"Read the folio • ing certificate" from one of the firs t
ladies in Mica, N. Y., who called upon my agents in that
city (sir. Wm. Bristol-8i C 0.,) and told them that she, of
course, did not wisr• her name made public. but if any
one should doubt the won rerful efficiency of DR. DUPON
co's Golden Pills, they might refer any Lady to her, as
she conslilered it a duty, as well as a pleasure, to her
Knowledge of their efficacy, as administered to her
daughtera young lady 17 years o.d. atm was fast go
ing into consomptirm—had taken cold—nature became
obstructed. Two boxes of these Gorden Pills entire.
ly cured her, and sae is now in 1 , . bust health.—
, •We were particular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicd directions accompanying e.ch box Price sl.
sold woolesale and retail by U. K. BELLER, (bruggist)
91 Marker street, (sole agent for) Harrisburg. Pa. By
sanding him $1 00 through the Harrisburg Post Office
the Pins will to sent confidentially by mail to any part
of the country; "free of postage."
N. 11.—Look out for counterfeits. Bvy no Golden Pills
of any kind unless the box is signed S. D. Howe, All
others is a base imposition and tins are; therefore, tie
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
seine counterfeited. 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. Kau&
mart, Mechanicsburg ; M. Marks, Lewistown ; S. Elliott
r.tarlise ; 8. G. Wild, b'ewville ; J. C. Attick, Shippens,
burg; J Spangler, Chambersburg; E. T. r filer, York;
J. A. Wolf, Wrightsville; S. S. Stevens, Reading; and
H. P. Hunter, Reading, and by "one oruggist" in every
town and village in the United States, and b.
8. D. HOWE,
eB-4m Sole Proprietor, New York.
ATTRACTIONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
A large eno tre.,h assortment, 01 Goods,
suitable for presents, among which will be foun
A splei.did stock of Furs, (all kinds just made, )
A large line of Embroidered Collars Sleeves, M.,
A great vari-ty of Shawls, (at low prices.)
A lot of New ill- s—Drms Goods, &J., &J.,
Every kind of Ladies, Geute, and Misses
Cann lets and Gloves.
Ladies and Gents H .Ids —large s'ock,
Gems Craves . hems Ties, Col Ars, &c ,
hoes, Gents and Miaea Hid Gloves,
Nubies, Caps. eggins, Armlets, no
LARGE ADDITION HAS BEEN MADE TO
OUR STOOK UN MOURNING GOOi)S.
Bargains to Goods of all lands can be had at
OATEIO KT'S
No. 14 Mark. t Square,
dell Next door to the Ramsburg Bank.
WALLOWER'S LINE,
DAILY BETWEEN
HARRIS BUlike and I" ki ILADELPH IA
WO. L. Burk, Agera, 812 Market street, Piukiao
phia, formerly Litunqoacm Co.
Li pedal Conductor in. charge of each
tram. tioods delivered at the Warehouse, Philadel •
thla, at Lti &cloak Y. M., will be delivered is Harris
nrg next morning. J. WALLOWER, JR., Agent,
mv2l•dtt Minn* ttenetinv nenel Harriantirr,
DRIED SWlA;'l' CORN (SEAsza.)
ROMONY, GEITEIo
RAMP, BRANS,
taus, CRANBERRIES,
DRIED APPLES, DAIRD PRAGUE.
Fresh Peaches, (In cana,)
" Tomatoes,
" Corn, Sm., km.
Just received and tbr sate by
WM. DOOR. ja. k Co
no3o
NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
pe xr
.Itrt
havingn 12Wbe anden soo wl,llßicSi FLOUR
FAMILY BuCK
-42611) Wigs. Tne quality k. us very su
selected expressly tor our retail trade. For sal
Jr, e k On. low by
WM. DOOR,
Port Pickens,
Wholemle Factory, 81 Barclay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
A CARO TO TILE LADIES
itrat , abertistments.
NEW 2briertiments
BRANT'S HALL !
CHRISTMAS WEEK,I
SANFORD'S TROUPE,
IN THEIR GRAND CONCERTS.
CLIBISTNAS DAY, TWO PERFORMANCES.
BURLESQUE RAVEL'S
PANTOMINE.
Monday Evening, December 23d,
GREAT BILL.
Doors open at 61. Commences at 7i.
Admmission - - 25 Cents.
dcl 4f
GIFTS FOR THE HOLLIDAY&
THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED
STOCK OF RARE CONFECTIONS,
OF THE FINEST QUALITY
NOW READY Ka TEE PUBLIC.
CHOICE MIXED SUGAR PLUMS,
Put up neatly in boxes, from one to fme pounds.
FINE CHOCOLATE CONFECTIONS,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
TOGE7HER WI7H
A BRILLI A.NT IMPORTATION
OF RICH FANCY BOXES.
STEPHEN F. WHITMAN,
No. 1210, Market street,
del dim Philadelphia.
TO THE YOUNG MEN OF PENN'A.
HAVING been authorized to recruit a
Regiment for the Vomateer service rf Pealasylva•
nia we have e.meludea to make nt a regimeot of "t•harp
hooters"—r firneea—recruit d from the. State at 'arse
We waut TEN good able oodied y. cog men Irom each
county so as to have every pinion of the State tufty
and equally repre.entel.
Those desirous of asrving their icoantry, of fighting under
and tor our good n 1 I FIAG, have n iw a sple ad ripper
tunitv elnre thou We intend to make this a "CRACK
Hitt,' ARNE' ;" if pessib e the beet to the service of our
noble Commonwealth. d subttanti uniform Will
he urnlstied as sron as the men reach Com and a e
sworn Into t+ - :e s -lee. Tno Regiment will he at med
with mints or FietteLo r IFLIIO alt SAnsa PAYoNaTS. Tho-e
de:lrina - to enlist. as ively on y LEN will ue token
from eau% cowry in the 8 ate, , ad belt r reourt la10:18.
ately any time alter the •21:Eh of De:ember to tow W
Brown, Hai risbivg. Pa any or ailn ou from
d •tatit counties Wid be answe e l spe-dily nd coudden
_w : W Bit .WN, capv.
• ...
P S.—All papers favorable o the oases 'will please
copy. den d4ar
CHRISTMAS GIFTS !
A FINE VARIETY of ( elected Goods
suitable for Presents now open at %ELLER'S 91
Market street.
ERA-COTTA
and
PA.RIAN MARBLE VASES
TOILET
and
COLOGNE BOTTLES.
MARBLE MATCH STANDS.
MARBLE SEGA R SIAN DS.
MAR rsLE ASH-HCLDERS.
Di easing Cases,
Shaving Cases,
Toilet Cases, unfurnished,
Weak Cases or Lad is Companions.
Splendid Double and Skgie Hand Mirrors.
Beauttiul Powder Puff Boxes.
Handsome Suet Ba.s.
' All sizes, beet
Leather Traveling Satchels,
Satchels with Cabo. Fill ulture,
A fine assortment of Ladies and Gents
Ptir-es and Portruonaies.
A large lot of Fancy Balls,
A nosh stock of that elegant
Cotifeciionary.
Also, with other ariioles not mentioned,
Pt.cket Knives, Thermumetars,
Cane., Portfolios, Card Cases,
Beg ir Cases, Segars, Pipes, Gum Tobacco,
Pouch s, (double and sing:e,)
And the largest and bast stock of PEFIIMERY
and TOILED ARTICLES in this market.
del3 KELLER'S Drug and Fancy Store.
LATEST NEWS.
I\TICHOLS & BOWMAN having just re
tdrned from the Est wite an extensive and we)
saLated wont of goods, purchased tl,r cal b, reaper, fully
invite the einens of llarrisbarg and vicinity to call and
exmalue their /Sew needs at the old stand tormeriy oc
olned by v. Rum eel, corner Front and Market streets,
li,rrisburg, Pa. Prices as tow as any other house.
COFFEE, Green and Browned ;
SUGAR of all grades ;
MOLASSES and Cooke Syrups;
FLOUR, in Barrels and .3.ick ;
BUCK-WHEAT and CORN-MEAL;
RICE, BEANS. POTAIGES ;
FISH, of all kinds ;
SALT, Coarse and fine ;
OIL,. Coal Oil and Whale Oil ;
SPICES, all kinds Ground and Unground, fresh
from the Mill.
APPLES, Green and Dried ;
RAISINS, CURRENIS, NUTS,
DRIED Flll3ll 6,
SOAPS, Common and Fancy ;
WILLOW and CEDAR-WARE ;
CIGARS, best of Imported Brands;
TOBACCO, Smoking and Chew
mg;
QIIEENMARE 1 QUEENEIWARE
t xtensive assortment of all styl,s, and patterns and
prices. Call and examine our Stock of Goods at the
Wh lassie and Itettii Grocery, Fruit and Provision Store,
corner Front and Market street, !Luneburg, Pa.
loantry Pruden , taken den
T.7N-I=o MI WM-ALS. El l
STATE Btreet near Third etre rt, a few
&ors below Brady's Hotel, ilsrrliberg. A fir-e
new Hearse Ready made Collins always ou hand and
neatiy &deflect to order. Silver plates, ac. Terms rea.
sortable. [nl3o-4;310] H. BALER.
JUST OPENED!
A FINE LOT OF SUPERIOR
eihMar.A.MUSI.
MADE of Good Tobacco ant from one
to two years ,td, of my own manufacture. A fur
cb,ice Chewing cad amusing tucateo VipeS, Scuff
and a large var iety of other animas Cm:woody on has
t..r sale wholesale cud recta. ilbana, al for former pat.
rooage, I cope by strict attention to business to receive a
liberal share of the tr ado
A nue smoking Room attached, where customers may
lay back and test my 13.1g,re and Tooacco.
Don't forget the window w.th the Snip hi it; that is the
place to buy your 'Doan,* and eArs. North Market
Square above market street, Ihrnsuurg.
Dec. 4, 1861.—dim WM. WYKOIF.
DR. T. J. MILES,
SURGEON DENTIST
O "ER6
his services to the citizeuß o
Harrisburg and Its viclaity. He solicits a share o
the public patronage, and gives ssurance that his best
endeavors shall be eiven to rend r satisfaction in his pro.
tension. Being an old, well tried ..entist, he feels safe in
Roiling the public generally to call on him, assuring
hem that they will not be dissatisfied with his services,
Office No. 128 Market street, in the house formerly oc
cupied by Jacob R. Eby, near the United &skis Howl,
Harrisburg, Pa.
filistelaneaus.
HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION
"HIG ILY 09NCNNTRATEb"
aDIF , CND FLUID FarEtACT.DUCIIU,
A Positive and Specitte Remedy
For Dlieasea of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLENGa.
This Medicine incrss•es the power of Digestion, and
excites the ABDOstBENTS int healt ay action, by which
the WATERY Ort CALOaREOUB depositions, and all UN
NATURAL ENLARGE (ENTS are redmed, aa well as
PAIN AND INFLaMaTiuN, and is god for
MEN, WOMEN OR CHUDitEN.
HELMBOLD'S la [TACT 'MEM,
For Weaknesses
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, Trembdug,
Horror of Disease, Wakefunsess,
Dimness cf Vision , Pain in the Back,
Universal Lassitue of the Muscular System,
Rot Hands, Flushing of the Body,
Dryness of the Skin, Eruptions on tri,e Face,
PALI ID COUNITNAHOE,
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this med
icine invariably removes, soon follows
IMPOTENCY. FATUITY, PPILEPTIC FITS,
IN ONE OP WHICH THE PATIENT MAY EXPIRE.
Who can say that they are not frequettly followed by
those "DIREFUL mime& 8,"
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
. . _
Many are aware of the cause of their suffering,
HUT NUNS; WILL CONFEoB.
THE RECO' DS OF THE I‘SANE ASYLUMS
And the Melancholy Deaths iy Comuoiidion,
BEAK AMPLE WrINIZEI TO THE Taolll OP 111 E ABBHHTION.
THE CONSTITITIIGN ON AFFECTED WITH
ORGANIC WEAR •
Requires the aid of medicine 10 Arengtheo sod
Inolgorat• the Syutrm,
Which HELYBOID'B EXTRACT BUCEU i-variably does.
A SIiLLL WILL OuNTION THE MOOT MILEPTIOAL.
FEM ALES—FEMALES—FEMALES,
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARkIED, OR CONTEMPLA
TING MARBIAI4E,
IN MANY AFFECIIONs PECULIAR TO FEMALES,
the Extract Mucha is unequalled by any other remedy,
as in ohlorosie or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, Of
Suppresue nof Customary Evacu Wens, Ulcera&u or
Seirrhous state of me Uterus, Lei/Gerrie:lt Wanes, Eleril,
ity, and for all compliints in ileut to tne sex, whether
arising from ludiacretiol, Habits of Dissipation, or in
the
DECLINE OR 011.4N0R OF LIFE.
SEA BYYPTOM3 AB Mg
NO FAMILY SILOU,.D BE WITHOUT IT
TAKE NO YOKE BLASAY, VieDDAY, OR lI•PLEASANI lam
OINI FOR lINPLEA.ANT AND D •NOdROOB DIEKAvEi.
ELEL.M.BOLD , ,s ExtßAce , BLICLITI
cows
SECRET DISEASES.
In all their Stages, At little Expense ;
Little or no cnanga In Diet ; No inconvenie-ce;
And no Exposure.
It camas a frequent deaira and la iveB strength to Urinate,
thereny removing i;bAructians.
Prevent ng and Cui in z Strictures of toe Ur tthra,
Allaying Fain and Imflammatloo , .4o frequent In the
class I.ise.ges, and exeelling ad Poisonous, Dueased
and warn-tut Malice.
TIMUS , NDS 7PON THIUDANDS
RHO HAVB; BEEN IA Plat Ma OF QUACK'S,
and wuo have aid }ULM Fags to be cured in bh ~ t
time, have found they ere deeeiv d, sid that the ,Pol
,lize" has, by the use of , POWS4.OI. et3Tnl3GErad," beeu
dried upjn the sy.tera, to bred.. o to au aggravated
form, and
PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE.
Lire Earataow's Erraacr Inman for all at/dotiona and
diaeaata of the
II n 'NARY' ORGANS,
whether °Meting
MALE OR FEMALE.
From whatever cause orioinitmg mud au matter of
HOW LONG S LANDING.
Diseases or these urgent' r,quire the aid o( DIURETIC.
EELMBOLD'S Ufa Cr BU,HIJ
Ii THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And is certain to hive the desired ellein in all Diseases
CDR WHICri IT II RE 3.414 EN uED
Evidence of um most ,eli.tble Ant responsible character
Wid avenains...y inedices.
CERIDA.C.Ait OF CURES,
?Tom 8 to 2a yeirss standing,
Wire NAME MOWN ^0
8 lENCE AND FAME.
Price $1 00 prr bottle, or six for $5 00.
Denvurea to an, address, xo.airely pack:cl from obser
vation
DA'sCRIBE SYMPTOMS LN ALL COMMUNICATIONS
Clue. Guaranteed I Adv►ce Gratis
AFFIDAVIT
Personally appe tree bele, e me, an Alderman or tho
city of Poiladelpait, H, r Remits to, w,m be ng duly
sworn, doth say, his preparations coot Lin n t oar •otw, ue
at , orcury, or other iuJurious drugs, but are pure y vege
table
H. T HELMBO D.
Sworn and subscribed before me, tele 23 dto ot No
vember, 1844. WM P HIBBERO, Alderman,
Nint“ et a ,ove Race, Sinai,
Address letter. for informln in in e
H. T. HELtIBOLD, Chemist,
Depot, 104 Soon Yenta St., ma. Cuestnut,
BE WAItE OF VOUN e:ll'3
AND UNPRIOCIP EJ DE tLERS,
Who endeavor to di -po , e THOR OWN" and 'lmes"
ARTICLSB ON Tea KS:POTATION ATTAINS]) BY
Helmbold's Genuine Preparation
,* Lavaca Bu
id " Sarea arilla,
" " Improved 11,se Wash.
Sold by C. R. Keller, D. W, Gross, J. Wyeth, C. A.
Babuyan.
AND ALL DRUGHST3 EVERYWHERE.
ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S. TAS. NO OTHER.
Cat out the ailyertisemeor and Send for 1 1,
AND AVOID IMPOSITION AND EXPOSURE.
novl3.ctly
WANTED,
Agood Tennant for a large farm near
Northumberland, coutaining about 300 aura with
good Improvements, iountain at the nous and Fern.—
Church and School Honse conveutut, a Hallo,' t a-sine
though it 180 tea cleared, 30 acres go to river imam
sui able or raising truck, a person who understands
Trues farming as well as raising Who a and Core would
be preferred; good reterence will be required. Address
A. L., Harrisburg, P.O. dell Met
A. HUMMEL,
DEALER IN
SADDLES,
TRUNKS,
HARNESS,
HO aSE COVERS, and
BUFFALO ROBES,
Corner of Fourth and Market foreets,
del Co.dlw Harrisburg. Pa.
CHRISTMAS !
HAYING returned from the city with
our usual variety of C901(3 GOOYS for the
HOLIDAYS,
We wou'd re.peetfe ly invite an early rail, feeling ft t
be to the interest of purchasers. zumember
ILELLEM'S lig aria F .ney Store.
dell) 91 Market street.
WM. KNOCHE,
83 MARKET STREET, HARRISBURG,
DEALER IN
PIANOS,
MELODEONS,
ACCORDEONS,
FLU I FA,
FLEES,
GUITARS,
VIOLINS, and
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE IN GENERAL.
PICTURE AND 1.00E.24,4 GLASS FLUMES,
OVAL AND SQUARN
ROSEWOOD AND GILT,
SHEET AND BOOK MUSIC.
doiL.2.d
COAL !!!
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVER'S
COAL BY THE PATENT WEIGH CART:,
11.13 SE Weight Carts are co.' tilled by the
1 Sealer of Weights and Measures. Con-miners can
weigh their coal at their own doors. It is of grett im
portune,. during these har.l times fog every one to Imo or
that they GAT aura sou. HONZEIT WSIGHIT.
A large supply of Coal always to bo found on hand,
viz :
LEECHES VALLEY all sizes.
BALES. CO'd WILICSBASEE, all sizes.
LOSBERRY COAL, (the genuine ardele,)
Sold by the car load or single ton.
All coal of the best quality, delivered free from all im
puriti•s AT PRIOS9 TO COTT Tag TIMM, by the boat or oar
load, single, hall or third of tons and by toe builiel.
JAYE'S ,Y. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, Nov. 6, 1861.—y
BLACKING I
MASON'S "CHALLENGE BL A CK ING
.100 (}roes, assuried 13aces,Juz6 received, and for
Nam xt Wholesale prices,
dell WM. Will i% Sr., &
FOR 1862.—A great variety
at azosediag low prices, at
a2O Doossrati.
fittsuttannium.
. .• STEAM WEEKLY
--, gta - tcz-, 1 %-1 ,. BETH' ERN NEW YOUR
AND LIVERPOOL.
•
...
ir AlsiviNu AND EMBARKING PAS-
S Milli* at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver
pool. New or and Philadelphia Steamship company
Intend dt spawning their full powered Clyde-built iron
Steamships as follows :
CITY OF BALM( RE, Saturday December 14 ; GLAS
GOW, Saturday December 21; CITY ot , NEW YOttli,
Saturday, December 28; aDd every Saturday, at Noon,
from Pier 44, corm Ever.
I=l=2
FIRST CABIN 575 001
STEERAGE.... 530 00
do to London $BO 00 do to Loudon ..$33 00
do to Paris $B5 00 I
do to Paris .... $3B 00
do to Ramburg.„sBs 00 do to Hamburg $O5 00
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, firemen, Rotter
dam, Antwerp, &c., at equally low rates.
s&-Persons warning to snug euttbeir friends can buy
tickets here at the hallowing rotes, to New York: From
Liverpool or Queenstown; Ist Cabin, $75, 585 aed $lO5 .
Steerage from Liverpool 540 00. Fram Queenstown,
$3O 00. 1
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 turther information apply in Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN, Agent, 22 Waier Street; iz Glasgow to WM.
INMAN, b dt. E'nooh Square ; in Queenstown to C. & W.
D. SEYMOUR & co. ; in London to EiVi.S & MANY, 81
King William St. ; In Parii to LULUS DECOUR, 5 Place
de la Bourse ; in Philadelphia to JO4 N G. DALE, 11l
Walnut street ; or at the Company's offices,
del3-t 1
JNO. G. DALE, Agent,
16 Broadway, New Stork.
Or C. O. Zimmerman. Agent, Harrisburg.
I—PASeENGERn FOtc EUHARE.—By order of the
Secretor, of state, a 1 rass,ogera le- vow the coded
Suites are required to procure Pa snorts b.-fore going on ,
bo,.rd the St amer. JOHN G DAL-, Amin.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALER
in Confectionary, Foreign au I Domestic Fruit.—
Dates, Prunes, Kiiiiills and Mots of all Kinds
Fresh and -al tiet-h, Soap, Oindlas, Vinegar, Spices, To
biveo, Snore and Country Prndnee In general, Market
street, next door to Parke House, also c..r .er Third and
Walnut streets.
net2l34sm JOHN WISC.
lIEDER HII L F , OIALE SEIONARY
-I,j oNpicissyLTANit RAILROAD. NEAR Mon 'OT, LAN.
CALITZR COUNTY, PR•NsYLTA. .lA,—fn. rlltietli semi-swami
-eliion of Ibis , o-titu i m commenced on the fret Wed
nesday (61h) of Nu - emtier.
!or Circular and Catalogue. a 'ply to
N PO /GE, A. H. Principal,
Ceder Hill, near Holm, Joy, Lao ast r county, Pi:n[l,l7l
- dear 9WO.
If arrisburg BlAnd Manufactory.
SECOND STREET BELOW CLIES UN UT.
ENITIAN BLIND- made to order, and
all rep ti log neatly and expedui nisi) d me. l'ee
.ons at a di-dance cm: nave meir w , rk do in by oldres
sl g a let er to tue undersi. w.d Titan dun for pat pat.
rondge tie bopes, b. :.trier at.o bait nest, to merit
a cot:nun:am, •:f the same sfirS “istagtton g aranteed
both as to prices and wora..lig,
ac 9-d6rn
JON B. 8141 T aEI
BOOT & SHOE STORE ,
SECONO AN D IffILNUf SfS.,
Harrisburg, Pa.
ALWAYS on hand a large a 4sortmPnt of
ROOTS, SHOM, ttAITE tS, &e., o tee very beet
tualitiee for ladies. gentlemen, and ebildrene.
F'rlees to suit the times. All kinds of WORK MADE TO
ORDER in the hest style by superior workmen
REPAIRING done at short oollce
o , ttls.rit• "'l' R SUTTA narriPblMlL
,~
B. M. GILDEet.. D D. EP
S 7 d 7 I'TREE7,
OPPOSITE THE BKADY tioUSE
An opera ions, durgteal andAlechau
somata' , Ilv Immo , med , :b trees moderate les
COAL! CO AL ! !
$3, AND $2 2b PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
U. D. FUK,T ,
(\FFICE No 74, Market street, yard on
1 th Canal, foot of Aorta ardet Whoicsala and kW
tail dea ,er in
Tittentei ON",
WiLKSBA RRE,
LEKENS VALLEY.
SUNBLIEtT and
BROAD 70P COAL
Famlies and Dealers may rely upon out .i.oug a first-ra,e
article, and full w. ignt, mt. the to.ent rates. Orders
promptly aue..ded to. A Ihrd 1-cim: made to put
4ha,er. parnz Co nil,. cc.! wseu order..d.
Preernt $3 nd $2 25 per ton.
liarnsourg, gm. 25. ;Stu
NEW DR t. SS GOODS.
EM.BROLDEKED REVS,
Pl-du and Figured Reps,
Rich Figured all Woa Delaines,
Plain Merinoes and Cashmeres,
Fancy Paris Drees Silks,
Superior Plain Colored Dress Silks,
Warranted makes of plain black silks,
New Styles Low Priced Delaines
At CA iIiCaRT & BatirEetva
Next door to the airrlsourg Bank Harm Sluare.
nova
FOR SEWING MCCHINE3.
JONAS BROOK & BRO'S
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL COTTON.
20U c 0 WU YDS. W.WIB, BLACK COLURND.
I'P HIS thread being made particularly for
sewing Machines, is v SAY NT itoNG, SMOUtil AND
ELASTIC. .Its strength is not, impaired by weaning, nor
by friction of the neeule. For Machines, use Brooks'
Patent Glace,
FUR UPPER THREAD,
and Brooks Patent Six Cord, Red Ticket,
FOR UNDER THREAD,
Bold by respectable oealera throug,nout the country.—
else, means os 100 masa sacs, A.9BOISTIM MOS by
WM. GEN ttlr SALE .1, Sole Aiont.
n0946m 36 Vesey , trarit, New York.
1 - REMOVAL.
WM. BREITENGER has removed his
restaurant from the cor..er of Dewbe. ry alley
and slarret street, to the house formerly occupied by the
atted Lion hotel" in Mar .et street between Dewberry
alley and fbird street which be has refitted threngholit
in the tenet beautiful manner, and bets uow prepared to
furniah as usuil, oysters and all the deneacu a s of the
sei.u3un, in that recherche style *Del has diatingaished
his eatablisnmen , 'rod.' toe .ime of first ape. log
N. B —Private Pooms have been fitted ne fu , the ab
commodstiou of Ludes and fan:idles. hindrance mutt
door to the main entrance.
novlß•alat
NEW CLOTHING STORE.
SHELLt4.NBERGER & BROIHER,
NO. 8U MARKET STREET.
(Room formerly occupied by the Fostoria.)
" uudcrengueil daub just opeued a
uewaud large aseortateua of tun 10td•i. 0(1100 of
clothing We are also predare ito us rufauture to order
all kinds et - Gents Wear out to the 141414. o , y In . an 1 fath-
lone. We have always int clan a tarp stoat uf lien.ty
made clothing and annde clan's learnt, eta. G rf .0.
Ling.natia H. S fEalsNria ii.aikt at BL
BOLDLERS' N/CK. PIACI:VA
FUR bale at
KJ DRUG AND FANQY ROM
Camp Writiug limes,
Needle or Su*rog Cases,
Shaving or R.zur Cases,
Twist Cases,
Mach Case&
Pocket Ink Stands,
Pocket Mirrors,
Pocket Knives,
Pocket Combs,
Fine Combs,
Camp Mirrors.
Bryer Pipes,
Tobacco Boxes,
India Rub er Tobacco Pouches,
Wicker, Leather & Piatina Fla kii,
Leather lirtuktug Cups.
Pens, Penhol•lers, Pencils, 'ap r, antlhuvele, es
Soldiers will see at a glance tnat tie plat a to, •t en
Mitt , in small war s at As 91, Market street.
Kir — ies. ,, For• Pick ns , in . 171. w•e •ow ,
MINCE PiEd,
Remo, Crum,
'massy, Mom, &C.,
Bullable for Mince Piss for sole low by
clef) Wm. DOCK, JR., a 00.
A. R. :HARP
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