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Salon Afternoon, December 21, 1861.
tie! eonTIIS HOLIDAYS !—The beautiful and
radical blended in the Gifts offereo
approa ching Chr
Roll idays are bringing with them their
one of t r accostom
D ry anticipations of gifts and pres,
honored co toms too in the observance of which
there is a pleasure that is equally shared by
the dialer and the recipient of a gift. Nor is it
the wet or the extent of a gift which increases
bientiship, because the simplest remembrance
betokens often the sincerest friendship. In or
der that all tastes and means may be gratified
in the shape of articles for presents during the
approaching holidays, the stock of Books and
Fancy Articles at Bergner's Book and Stationery
sore has been most extensively enlarged, and
n ow em braces a variety of the beautiful, the
'w hit, the practical and economical, such /18
Cannot be found in any other establishment ma
w, o f N o w York or Philadelphia. The adver
tis ment in another column presents these arti
cles in detail, and to this we invite the atten
tion of the reader desirous of supplying himself
or 116 mends with rare articles for Christmas
In these of hooks, there is every description,
t h, w,dl established and popular standard
writer , , to the young and timid author, full of
•fe av l hope and ability, just about to do bat
tle for public favor and applause. Books of Po-
etry in every possible style and binding, more
beautiful than the thoughts of the authors
themselves could have invested their produc
tions. Books of History and Memoiers, in solid
library style or the ornamented binding so de
sirable for adornment. Books of Romance em
bellished with every conceivable fancy of the
artist and the painter. Books, infect, from the
grave to the gay—designed as gifts for all tastes
and,as companions for all ages, can be found at
One of the most beautiful gifts of the season,
is the Photographic Album. This is an entirely
new construction in the shape of an Album,
gotten up in size for the preservation of the or
dinars photographic pictures. They will con
tale from 10 to 100 pictures, and when the
photographs are inserted between their folds,
they can be preserved and handled for years
without danger from light or injury from the
touch of the hand. As a suitable and valuable
present we consider these albums in all respects
superior to any other articles which can possibly
be purchased. The stock at Bergner's is more
extensive and more select than that at any other
establishment in the city.
The other articles at this establishment, in
the line of superior Cutlery, Turkey Morocco
Satchels, Purscs and Pocket-books, Stationery,
and in fact all that is beautiful and useful, must
be examined to be fairly appreciated and valued.
A mere description is inadequate to an idea of
their extent and value. Call at the store, and
realize by actual observation, the extent and
beauty of this immense stock of Books, Fancy
Articles rind Stationery.
POLlCE—Before the Mayor.—Eliza Foster was
arraigned, charged with keeping a disorderly
bawdy house, and selling liquor to minors. Her
estab ighment is located somewhere back of the
Capital, and from all accounts is a source of
much annoyance to the surrounding neighbor
hood. In default of bail, Eliza was committed
Mary Aikerman, Mary Carney, Anna Meyers
and Barbara Edwards—all dashing specimens of
the "frail sisterhood," with painted cheeks,
cork-screw curls, silks, satin and expensive
crinoline —were arraigned, charged with being
occupants of the aforesaid Eliza's residence.—
Sent to prison.
ltenj. Fry was charged with being a drunken
vagrant, • and ordered to leave the city forth-
John Dunn, Irwin Hill and John Ellis—a pa
trol guard with muskets, from Camp Curtin—
were arraigned charged with being drunk, and
assaulting a sergeant of Capt G. W. P. Davis'
genitally. Discharged with a reprimand.
Irian lady, of rather pre
pnes(-s.hig appearance, was charged with being
drunk and disorderly. Remanded to the
• Mn Beim—one of the "frail sisterhood"—
?the dashing lady in silks and satins, whose mys
terious esuipe from the Lock-up night before
last, was null .ed in yesterday's TELEGRAPH—
was arraigin...l for drunkenness and disorderly
conduct. Fined $2, and remanded for hearing
on another charge.
By the Oonrolidaled Police.—Henry Kneer and
Joseph Weltmer—" unhappy Jeremiah"—were
arrested for dr unkeness. Committed by Justice
Two soldiers whose names we could not learn,
were arrested for drunkeness and having in their
possession a number of chickens, which are
suposed to have been stolen. The soldiers
were committed to prison, and the chickens to
the Police station, Raspberry alley, where they
Can be got by their owner.
Tut Mauxr.T.—There was an abundant sup-
Ply (Jail semsonable articles at the market this
morning including meats, poultry, game and
v cgittahles. Fish were scarce. Prices for poul
try, considering the near approach of Christmas,
was reasonable, being held generally at the
rates which have ruled for weeks past. Another
evidence of the approach of the season of fes
tivities is the appearance in the market of
spruce and other evergreens, with mosses
olign e d for m a ki ng . th e " Christmas trees," so
° , 74 the delight of the little ones about the
ONhold, together with a large assortment of
't 'g i mcracks" to make the tree completed.
~ Tor wan to present to your soldier friend
k et 11 1 las gift, then call at Keller's, 91
' 4 . 4 !Iktt, and purchase one of those cheap
t o ;P i g eases, or a Sewing Case, or a Camp
with Fork and Po attached ; or a
a Pipe or Tobaccouch.
for /011 Jastreuv.—Hasper's Magazine
stor:4Luary Price j2oustcents. received at Baking:o Book-
SANFORD'S Moves open Brant's Hall in this
city next Monday night, for a serirs of their
inimitable entertainments during the holidays.
IN BArrts —The "Kepner Fencibles," Capt.
Samuel Wilt, of this city, formed a portion of
that part of General MoCall's Division, who en
gaged the rebels at Drainsville, Virginia, an ac
count of which appears in our telegraphic des
patches this evening.
OUR GERMILDI friends of the Liederkranz Sing
ing Association give another of their delightful
musical soirees at Frisch's new hall, Market
street, next Monday evening. Lovers of good
music, and votaries of Terpsichore will of course
be on hand.
Tar CAsa or ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING.—We are
pleased to learn that Mr. Halbach, who was
shot yesterday by the accidental discharge of a
a pistol, is not seriously injured. The ball
entered his loins, but it has since been ex
tracted, and Mr: H., under skillful medical
treatment, is now rapidly recovering.
LROTIIRD NNri MONDAY NIOHT.—Prof. McCoy
will deliver his celebrated lecture, entitled "A
Historical Vindication of Temperance Societies"
in the Fourth Street Bethel, next Monday even
ing, for the benefit of Advance Lodge No.
89, I. 0. of Good Templars. Tickets, 16 cents ;
to be had at the Book Stores, and at the door on
the evening of the Lecture.
Noy. DONALDSON, the renowned Magician,
still continues to please and astonish large au
,at Brant's Hall. Feats of amusing and
startling description, causes an evening with
the Professor to pass most pleasantly, and sends
the bewildered spectators home to cogitate upon
the probability of the age of miracles having re
turned. The Professor gives his last perform
ance to-night, and we advise all who'are fund
of the marvelous to be on hand.
Lutes MORTAR.-A mammoth bomb mortar
passed through our city yesterday en route for
the west. We had previously met a large
number bound in the same direction. They
are intended for throwing shells about thirteen
inches in diameter, and their immense strength
was a source of astonishment to the curious,
who inspected them. Some idea of their strength
may be formed from the fact that although
they are only about four feet in length, they
weigh nearly nine tons each.
ORATION AT CAMP CURTIN.—Prof. M'Coy de
livered his great oration "On the London Times
and the Rebellion" at Camp Curtin at one
o'clock this afternoon. All the troops in the
Camp were on parade, formed into a hollow
square, in the centre of which, from a platform
erected for the occasion, the Professor delivered
the oration. A large number of our citizens
were present, and altogether the occasion was
one of great interest. We understand that the
Artist, Beet, succeeded in taking a very fine
photographic view of the interior of the Camp,
with the orator and assemblage in the fore
ground, done at the instance of a number of
military gentlemen, who desire preserve
copies of the picture as a memento of the inter
esting occasion. .
Tun HewfuvonoN GLOB 2 hears that it is
strongly suspected that the man Patrick Mc-
Laughlin, a member of the McClellan Regi
ment, and whom we noticed as being killed by
the cars the night before that regiment . left,
Camp Creasman for this city was unfairly dealt
with. As the story runs, he and some others
were at a house in the lower end of Hunting.
don, and while there they got to fighting, and
after beating this man almost to death, they
carried him out and laid him on the railroad,
to hide their crime. The editor of the Globe,
however, doubts the story, and adds "we know
to our own personal knowledge that the man
was intoxicated in the early part of the even
ing, and we are inclined to believe that he laid
down on the railroad of his own accord and
went to sleep, and was struck by a locomotive.
Tzaonsas' Issupars.—The teachers of Derry
school district, held their sixth semi-monthly
meeting, of the present term, at school house
No. 14, near Hummehtown, on the 7th inst.—
The weather was favorable, and at an early hour
a number of patrons and friends had assembled
to welcome the teachers as they, arrived. The
directors of the district, who are zealously de
voted to the common school cause, were also
present, and participated in some of the discus
sions. The Institute ppened by singing and
prayer, when after the transaction of business,
some questions of a scientific charge:4er, referred
to certain members, wets answered. This was
followed by an exercise in reading, conducted
by one of the members in an interesting man
ner. A spirited discussion on school govern
inent took place, and an essay read, on Botany,
which elicited high encomiums for -original
thought and practical Ideas; After a few closing
remarks, the Institute adjourned-
SAD Accnnarr arm DIATIL—The Huntingdon
Globe of Thursday announces the death of Mr.
David M. Confer, Dispatcher for the Pennsylva T
nia Railroad Company at that place. It appears
that last Wednesday evening about five o'clock,
while in the act of coupling some cars, he was
caught between them, and so severely injured
internally, that he died in about two' hours af
terwards. Dr. McCulloch was in attendance,
and rendered all the assistance 'medical skill
could suggest, but his injuries were of too seri
ous a character, and but little relief could be
given. He was sensible up to the time of his
death, and although suffering under the most
excruciating pains, he conversed freely with
those around him. Mr. Confer was a sober,
polite, industrious, accommodating, active and
energetic business man, and during the fotir or
five years he resided in Huntingdon, he won to
himself a large circle of friends and acquain
tances. He was universally beloved and es
teemed by all who knew him. The deceased
leaves a wife and seven small children, the
Youngest only a week or two old, to mourn his
unexpected death. His wife loses a fond and
affectionate husband, his children a kind and in
dulgent father, Huntingdon a good and
citizen, and the Railroad Comp an y , a prompt,
careful, active and trusty employee. -
Lore or Burs dosin at Keller's from 6 cenizi
nprards, of all kinds and sizes. "N 4
fittmovluanik Wittig atelegrapt, Sail/lON Aftunoon, Illecemba 21, 1811.
PRESENTATION OF A SWORD TO LIMIT 11. C.
WEAVER, OF COMPANY I, COMMANDED BY CAPT S
L. HITYETT, 110TH RECURENT —llea. Weaver,
recently an employee of the Canal Department,
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, was presente d;..
with a sword by the employees of the company at
the office of T. T. Wierma, , , Engineer and Su
perintendent, on Thursday evening, many of
the officers of the regiment and citizens being
present. The presentation devolved on John
Runk, Jr. He observed :
1./EUT WEAVER :—I have been delegated on
behalf of your friends to bear you this sword, in
remembrance of the many virtues that prompted
you to join the great army that is now arrayed
in defence of our country and Constitution. It
is with feelings of no ordinary pride, by virtue
of old associations, that your officersandlellow
euiplo)ees congratulate you on your rn sition,
and that one of our number is found sacrificing '
the comforts of home and all domestic enjoy
menta for the purpose of assisting- in establish
ing our Government again onits ,:riginal basis
You are going to march in defence of law - and
Government against rebellion, and the most
unholy of all rebellions of which history 'affords
a record. You are not marching to destroy,
plunder and overthrow, but to build up, to
assist in asserting the power of our Government,
and enforcing the observance of all-laws.
Be you, therefore, in conaderation of the im
portance and divinity of the cause, true to the
[ impose, just and firm in your endeavors, and
invincible in your devotion to the Union and
You, as Lieutenant of a company, have a
most important trust. 138 you mindful of the
comforts of your fellow-soldiets, and ever look
ing to their efficiency and capacity to defend
themselves against our enemies. Lieutenant,
be a soldier, and let your record be a good one.
honor this tribute—wield it in all justice to
your own honor.; and may, it stimulate you to
deeds of giillant bearing.
Again 1 assure you of a heartfelt interest in
your welfare, on the part of your friends, and
nope to see you return soon, crowned with lau
rels earned by good soldiers, that we may-wel
come you back, •
To which Lieut. Weaver replied in the fol
lowing happy and patriotic manner:
Gentlemen : It iwwith feeling of no ordinary
character, I assure you that I accept this beau
tiful and valuable sword. When the traiterious
villlans in the south struck the first blow at Emit
Sumter and compelled the brave Anderson with
his little band of patriots to surrender, I was
following my usual vocation in the employment
of the Canal Department of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company under yourcoetrol. I feltit
my duty .at once to resign the .position I then
veld as assistant master carpenter, join the
ranks of the Union army and march in defeni_e
of our Constitution and laws, but my situation
was such at that time that it was impossible for
me so to do. But as soon as I could so arrange
matters to leave my home, my wife and lit
tle children, I enlisted in the service of my coun
try; and this evening, gentlemen, let me assure
you that whilst I live I shall at,all times be
Willing to sacrifice all that I possess for the
welfare of my country, my once prosperous and
happy country ;. but inoOt since the arch friends
of hell has plotted their damnable treason, and
have undertaken to overthrow our free institu
tions and all the rights and privileges that have
been bought by the lives of our:forefathers and
cemented by the shedding of -their blood, we
feel it our duty, yes, we feel it our imperative
duty, to join the great Union army and fight
if needs be until the last infernal rebel shall
have been exterminated from, our land. In
conclusion,- Mr. Runk, let me assure you that I
accept this beautiful sword with many thanks
to ray friends who have honored me so ranch in
presenting it to me. I.shall endeavor so to wear
and wield it in time of blade that it may reflect
credit alike kithe ItlfithiOlida andifi
Hoas.—Live or dead hogs can be had oheap
for cash, at the Black Horse, tavern, Paxton
street, by War. blirrzekan.
Cniumatas exn NEwlmt.---john O'Dell,
Third ;St nearnMarket, respectfully inforntis'his
friends and former patrons, that he is supplied
confections, candies, mikes and everything'
necessary for the Holidays, which he is pt epared
to sell and deliver in any part of the city at the
lowest cash prices. t
FOUND. —A new pocket, book containing a
railroad ticket from Williamsport to Philadel
phia, was found ia Judge Murray's lumber yard.
Uhe owner can have the same by calling on 33.
Q. Peters' Farmers' Hotel.. 2t.
Foss I Fuss I Fuss ! —We have received a
new supply of Furs, Iluffe and Fur Capes, from
$2,50 up to $l2, a large assortment of Cloaks
$2,60 up to $B. •
25 doz. Hoop Skirts at 60c, 76c;5100, $1.76.
60 doz. of Undershirts and Drawers *hip
and grey mixed. s,
60 doz. of white ribbed Stockings at 16c arid
40 pc. of white, yellow and red Flannel.
• 100 doz. of Men's woolen Socks, at all prices.
• 25 pc. of beautiful Mourning Delames,
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 "12ic., . Satchels
Sontags, Alapacas, Paramattas, Sets of Sleeves
and Collars, and 200 Towels at 120. Please call
at S. Laws's. dell)
Wan Flucvs.--IThe . undersigned offors the fol
lowing goods 25 per cent cheaper than can be
purchased in New Yolk; Philadelphia, Harris
burg or elsewhere, viz : Shirt collars, scarftees,
half hose, jackets, oieralls, • muffinsnight
shirts, undershirts,- drawers and shirt ' bosoms ;
also ladies' callers, cuff setts, under-garments,
&c., &o. The above goods being my own manu
facture I guarantee them for durability, ma
terial, 6. All of the. above goods 1 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 largo assortment of
Irish linens. Please call And satisfyi your
selves of the fact at J. A. Lynn's Harris
burg cheap shiremanuf .ctory, No 12 Market
street. Rooms next to Hummel & Killinger's
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES
"Read the folio • ing certificate" from one of the first
ladies in Utica, N. Y., who called upon my 'agents in that
eity,(ir. Wm.. Bristol 0.; Qo,) and told them that/Ate, or
course, did not wish her Immo made public, but If any
one should doubt the won Jarful efficiency of Ds. DuPoar
oo's Golden Pills, they might. refer any Lady, to her, as
she considered it a duty; as well as a'pfe•sure, - to her
..nowledee of their - efficacy, asTadminiatered to ber
daughter, a young 1 ady 17 years od. ehe was fast go
mg into was umptiOn--had , taken cold—natpro became
obstructed. Two boxes of these ao' .de. Pills entire;;
ly cured her„. and sue is now in r bust health.—
•.•We were particular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicit dlrecbons accompanying mob. box I'rtee sl.
Sold wholesale land retail by. C. A BANNTARI, NO. 2
mes Row, ..nd C. K I mint, 91 Marke a • set, Harrir
burg. ea. . . By sending elthsr of them SI 00 through i e
starriaburg Pest ORe. the Pius will be sent confident:laq ,
try mall to any pars of tne country,- "free of postage. , "
N. la.—Look out for counterfeits. Boy no sasudeti Pdle
of any kind unless the. box to aigned. ED. Howe. Arl
shors is a bean imposition and unsafe; theeefora, ale
You value your liven and health, (to say nothingof
lug humbugged out of your money,) buy only of these
Who ahoy , the signature of 8. P. Rowe on every 44.4.-
Which has recently been added on account of the •
tieing eonnuelleted. The
, ingredients' .compoillog the
above Pills are mode known to every Agent, and they
ire safe, and will perform all elalined for them.
4. Bold elweby, Lumbarger; Lebinbs f Banff
Mao, Mechanicsburg ; Marks, Lewistown ;B. Milieu.-
arlLse ; G. Wild, ; C, AktiCks 2 bIDIPPPS,
Ourg ; `.7 BPangler, Clrunberibarg Met, Yore;
4. A. WOK, Wrighlenrille ; iliawene, Bending; -and
It P. Hunter, Readlog,and• uono eroggistn in every
town and village In %her:Med Math% anthy- ',- • - •
1101 1 1%
SoletPrepidetor, New York: ne
A 'CARO TO THE LADOVI
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!!
L Batchelor's [bar Dye I
The only Harmless ; 14nd Reliable Dye' Known I
All . - ' hers aro mere imitation, and ..hoeld be avoided
If poi wish to eqoopo Locale.
. GuEY. RED • , R BURLY HAIR dyed instanity to
beatri.ul and natural Brown or Week, without the least
injury to Haar or Skin.
Fit tb KS, Id , DAIS AND DIPIAMAS have been awa , -
del to Ali A. BitIMILOR sin - tr 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made t.) the hair of the patrons
of hie tatooto, Dye
IV M. A B .TCHNEOR'EVAIN. DYE produces a color
not to be diitioguialieu from nature and is waaararrau
not to injure lo the least, however long it mty be cootie
aed, and the ill • &color bad D• a. remedied. Ills hair
io invigorated for life by this splendid Dye. which is prop•
arty ap t lied at No. 16 , ond Street New York.
:add l all the silos end towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goode Dealers
The Genuine tuts the IMMO Batchelor,"
end addrest upon a steel plate engraving on the four
sides of estop box. r
Wholesale Factory, 81 Barclay St,
. , Late 283 droadway, New York
GRANT'S HALL !
IN THEIR 'GRAND CONCERTS.
CIIBISTMLS DAY, TWO tERFORIANCES.
Monday Evening; December 23d.
Doors open at Bi. Commences at 7i.
dinmission - - 25 Cents.
. LATEST NEWS.
Nlcabu & BOWMAN having just re-
Wined from tho onto an eftensive and we
sdeoted work Of goods purohtsed fi.r cafe, respeo fully
invite the eihsens of Harrisburg and vicinity to call and
eigninee their.N.w Goods ac.the old stand formerly oe
copied by V. Hummel, corner Front and Market streets,
lltrrlabo.g, Pa. Prices us low as any other house.
COFFEE, Grein kid' Browned ;
SUGAR of all grades ;
MOLASSES and Canine Syrups ;
FLOUR, in Barrels and Sick ;
IBIJOB-WHEAT and CORN-MEAL;
RICE. BEANS. POTA IOES ;
FISH, of all kinds ;
SALT, Coarse and doe ;
OIL, Coal Oil and Whale Oil ;
SPICES, all kinds Ground and Unground, fresh
from the Mil'
APPLES, Gt4•Vn and Dried ;
itaIaINS,.OURREN IS, NUTS,
DILIED• FRU/ 1
• SOAPS, Common and Fancy ;
WILLOW and CEDAR-WARE ;
'CIGARS, best of imported Brands;
TOBACCO, Smoking and Chew
(WREN b WAILS I- 9,IIERNSWARE 1
icemen assortment of allstyht. and patterns and
pliant. Call onll„ px,amioe our Stock of Goods at the
Wh'llasale icasteenturoeary, fruit and Protnelon Store,
cerner,tspatagri,garset moo, Harrisburg, Pa.
•I o.intry Produo.• takitu dole
TO THE YOV . 'N'G MEN . OF E'ENN'A.
vIIsIG b-2eu.:aa.thorized to recruit a
Ragitnept for the Volunteer service of pegggyiag.
nto ant nave chnithulnaito make it a regiment of !'sharp
hooters"—r Ii PllBo—re ora it d from the Sato at large
We want TlVl,goad. thigoodityltpAng JONI treat each
county, sci have every pardon of the State fully
Thom desirous of serving thole coentry i of fighting to oder
and tor onrgood old moo, have now a sple,dtd oupor.—
Malty efface, Ittem Welatend to moke ibis a 4 cORSCH
riktanbßT'r tT belditbteltie ben
lathe service of our
abble Commostwcapth. Goodsubstantul untformo will
ba turniened us noon as the men reach Como and a - it
sworn lnw,,twartruise.e , Toe Regiment will be armed
with IlurtietaMmlno e"wato witu annui RAYON/IS. Those
deArlng to enlist, rut post:Web , on TEN will oe taken
from ettatitutififfrin'thif Wide, bad bettrr report Immo.
ately, any time utter the 20th of beuember to W. W.
srown;likrlffiftlrikti. knyor all coma) unicatio no from
dtnaut UJUICILIeS will be answered speedily ad confiden
Bally. W. W Elkb AWN, Captain.
P. S.-1.1l papers favorable to the cause will please
col l y • delB d4w
i . &ND
K E.l ) YOUR FEET DRY.
ONE BOX OF FRANE MILLER'S
LEATHER' • PRESERVATIVE
WATER PROOF OIL BLACKING
19,44 OUT-000$ BUN uNii:
AND save more thau four times its colt
in the dnrabllity, Of leather, and greatly contribute
to iiealtb comtcirt.
Fps 1it44.1104 set', jaMdeLitel on , the cover of large
Fur tale in Harrisburg by D. W. Groat & Co ; No. ]9
Macke, 0x . r1. 4 . W 0y Sr. Kunkle, corner of ledth sine Mar
: het W. Oath, & Idarice (street ; Jacob
Ituabler i No. 29, *amid street, and J. O. Khotrall,
lier. tar . et, • de.l/41m.w40,
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iFFO3 his. Services to the citizens o
gi.y Harriet:torn and ha vs:4mq, Re solicits a share u
the public peltriMaglyille gives amommee that me' best
thulessors shall be to rend r satisfaction in his pro
fession. Being an old, well tried uentist, he filets safe lo
writing the, publics generally to call us him, assuring
NSA the/ win not be dissatisfied with his services,
Office No. 113 Market street, In the house formerly oe-
Copied by ylicob h. Sphinx!" the United Asks Hotel•
ilirris O l4ll intitt-dly
cpWO &rove rif , Bar=keepers and Two
uk:4-Wipers, ipplyrat the Buropeeellouse, Harrisburg.
very cenwtnient Wrktng Dmic • slag, Pura)Los,
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others, pleonai represeotanone of the folknoing
Barb•can, Bastion, Battlement, Bar-shot, Bloclr-bonse,
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Caltrop. Limbers, lladriar. Wartallo tower, Mortar, P.irt
culla, Pavan, kedan, &sr Forts, &o.
N other r 'latish Dictionary oubUshod in this country
has s %nett part of those.
IDellnitions of Military Terms.
As, the forripm, sod Abatts, Ambalsooe. Ambuoade,
Armistice, Moquette, Bivouac, Boma, Caisson, Caliber,
Osnister4hot, Catoonmeol, tlponiere, Casemate, Coln.
iersearp. Cbef de battatilm, Col de sac, Dithighreo gnu,
Minis rifle, &0.,
Odd by Oeo. Bergner, Barrleborg,abd all Bookseller.
& large issortmem. of Under Shit is - and Dravrerk,
(all slue, •
Gentlemen' Traveliog EgiawWand Blanket*,
..Every Bind of Ovate Ho lery,
Ututba, Casalmers, and !helium,
.911 k & Cat kunere N'ca Tie" dr Cravata,
Large Mock of Gloves & Galenletta,
Every Mud of eorperoers,
Howse 11111 - CK CLOVIS
A large Stock of these Goods, to aemet from one be
mod at °Antal eT'S
nt.l3 Next door to the Harr' burg Rue*.
WORSTED GOODS ;
MhX3OB Head Greases;
Misse. H rids,
Misses Mitts, &e.,
A f e.h laxolesjost opened at *VICARS'S,
n, Next door to the Elarrllburg Baok
JOHN - 8.. 13 ULM d
13j0T & SHOE STORE
("OWNS SECOND AND WALNUT STS.
' Harrisburg, Pa.
VAYS on hand a large aaaortruPnt of
ti n u :MA 8801:Z, it .kc., or the very beat
for ladies, gentlemen, and ohlldrana' wear.—
Pr: snit the timed. MI kinds of. WORK MADE TO
OR. bell style by smperlor workmen
TIT:7 atRING done nt short not me.
Iti .ronry R oi4frrrjr Frarriphurft.
. • .
STATE Street near Third street, a few
&or's below Brady's Hotel, Harrisburg. A Sae
e... liesree Koady made Coffins always on band and
d muted to order. Silver plated, am. Terms rem:
aeoeb a. (au3o-d3oks) C. BAKER,
PORT FOLIOS 1
And a general assortment of
have just been received at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
SULlNFelitit - ISt ifrOttel
(Near the Maris:my Bridge.)
JUST ~ il t. Eiv
Parini, wino we will sell at $1.25 per ream.
*3.50 per ream for NOTE Pargit, decorated with
the Wart and vary handsome emblems and patriotic
$3.50 for 1005. WHITE IDIVFLOPIMS, with nationat ac•
patriotic emblems, printed hi two colors.
Mese iVe M . a colt. ' TB V. V SCH EFFKR,
BOOKS FOR •C'HIL OREN I
I F you want to get suitable BOOKS for your
Children. go to
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
DRIED SWEET CORN (Samoa.)
DRUID erns, Diusn Puma,.
Fresh Niche*, on cane.)
" Corn, am., 60.
Just reoeived and for sale by
no3o . 34V. (PnCK, Jc. A on
11UHERE is you destination, South Car
s V °Roar rio I Buc to U sterol's, Cheap Conteatiols.
al , :Bore, No. 101,610.1 ml sired, Between Fourth and
Fifth atreeta, where may be seen the lireest a sontneet
of fine confoetionaries, Nutt R &Ins, Currants, Citron,
for the Holidays. Give him a owl, and es ne
for yourselves. ' deled2wat
GOLD PENS ! GOLD PENS !
rirtHE largest and most varied assortment of
GOLD PENS is for sale at. , •
BERGNER'S 'CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
WALL PENN . WARRANTED.
CBRISTNIAB BOOKS ! I
Jllarge (*Heaton of BOOKS suitable for
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS has just been re
BERGNEWS OBELI" BOOKSTORE.
1000,000 ENs? ELOP Es 1
N immense stock of ENVELOPES of every
size is now owning at
BERONER'S 011EAP BOOKSTORE.
BLACKING I •
I[A - ABON "C HALL EN GE BL ACK ENG.'
in. 100 Gross, assoned .wass,Juss reoelved, and for
as a of Wholesale pilaw;
dell W tt. COIP ,Jr . & Co.
DIARIES FOB 1862
THE largest and best selected assortment of
DIARIES ever imported into this city can
be found at - •
BERGNER'S Cheap BOokstore.
O&TS ! OATS 1 ! Cash paid for Oats
J by JAMILI M. WHIBLEI3.
NurIONS.-- Quite a vadety of useful
and entertaining articles--ciaao—ut
.20 SHE-FMR'S ttOOREITORF.
Select Schools for BOys and Girls
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
THE Fall term of ROBERT WELWEE'S
L School for boss, will open on the first Monday In
Sopboxiber. room Is well ventilated, comfort Oily
tarnished, end In every respect adapted for school par.
tATHARINE ill'awMani School for air's, bested
the 611D8 buildin,, will open for the Pail worm the same
time. The room hal been elegantly -Sited up to promote
be health and comfort of scholars. autriidif
9bi UR newly replenished stock of Ti d.et
.and Fancy Goods is tiiisarpallsed 11l this . city, and
I g confident of rendering &distaction, we wriest res
pectfully invite a call. GYLLSR,
91 Market street, two doors east ofrourtb street, south
PORT FOLIOS—WRITING D 88.53.
N entire , new assortment of these useful ar
ll_ tidesjust opened at _ ,
BEIiGNER'S Cheap Bookstore,
Air INCE PIES, '2 • "
‘ 17)1RAMTly &VON; &G.,
Bailable for irides Plimior erdelow by
deb W 4; . DOM, , &CIO.
K.P.l.l4rat'S IL d • 43T017fite ar"l 0 1 5
to MS aniuultonthe way Perfumery.
SETWSSN NSW TOES
INI'INU AND EMBARKING PAS
LA • .s.ub;6.- at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) the hinT.
pool. New ion( and Philadelphia Steamship company
Mend d spatehing their toll powered Clyde-built iron
Atelmsbea as tethers
GLASGOW, Saturday December 21 ; CITY DE NEW
YOdK, Saturday, December 28; EWEN BURG, Saturday,
J.nrucry 4, and every Saturday, at NCMID, 61:411 Parr 44,
1/111115 or natio/L.
FIRST CABIN 001 870.8.RAG8 $BO 00
do to Loudon NO 00 do to London ..$33 00
do to Paris $55 00 do to P*ll4 .... $3B 00
do to fiumb0 , g...585 00 do to Etamburg 815 00
Passengers forwarded to Have Bremen, Better.
dam. Antwerp, Rc. , .c equally low rates. '
Persons winning to urins sunbelt' !mends can hey
tickets hero at the following rates, to New York: From
Liverpool or Queenstown; Ist Cabin, 875, 185 and $lO5 .
' 1 " 1 . 11 41 011 *.n , Urrerpoul 440 00. Prom Qrsoonstowo,
These Steamers have superior accommodations tor
oattneogers, and carry experienced Surgeons. ?boy are
bath to Water-tight Iron gse—tious, and have Patent lire
knot bilatore on board.
tar further information apply in Liverpool to WILLI
P' MAN, Agent, 22 Waior Street ; la Giwiltow to Wii.
INMAN, 6 et. Enoch Square ; in Queenttown to C. & 0.
D. B6Y.VOUR & CO. ; in Lorton to ItiYrS & MA _S, 61
ging William St. ; in Part- to OLUS It6COUJi, 6 Mare
de la Douro ; to Philadelphia to JO 'N 0. DALE, 111
Walnut street ; or at MC Company's aloes.
Jai). 0. DALE, Agent,
lb Broadway, Now York.
Or 0. 0. Zimmerman. tarot. Partial nrr
SirPAS' ENGSR.b FUN ItUittiPS —By or 'er or the
rlecieiar• of -tote, a I rasa.-egera to o,ollf the • tilted
tee are required to procure Pa snorts b• fore goirot Oa
h 0.4 1 ,1 the gt.a mar, JOANO DA • , anion
ATTRACTIONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
A larg. au. Ire-h amortmant o. t.. A.-,
Suitable for promo's, among which will be roan 4
A side did stone or Furs, 'au kinds P at mule.)
A large lie- of Stour. ider.a Odlar Slervm, krt.,
A omit van ty of Shawls, (at low proes.)
A lot d Et w s--D•e e G.n as,
Every kind of Lairs,Geuw, and Misses
baud In to and izl4vue
Ladles and Gents H kf. -lure e oak.
(}ruw Orava a Nees Ties, CU' Arm, &c,
auk Genie and W eel Kid Gi-V 4 ll.
Noble-, 1 444.1 eg;ins, ermicta, AO
H LARGE ADDITION HAS BEEN MADE TO
OUR t,TOCK mouRNINii GOO LIS•
Bargains in Goods of all Killtid :au b bad au.
C +lllO Kris
No. 14 tiara t Spare,
Next do'r VI. the H.t. rp;bl l ,-, Bank,
$B, AND $2 2b PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
0. D. F 0 Ft 8 T F. R. ,
i'AFFICE No. 74, Market Street, yard on
1. do Canal, foot of North street, Wholesale and Re
tail deafer In
BROAD 70P COAL
Famllist and Dealers may rely upon ootdoiug a Brat-rate
erode, and st , Lot, .4 the lo•reit r.doe. Orders
prompUy attended to. A lb.r tin:inlet made to pur
ehar.ers paying for the coal when ordered.
Present price $3 and $2 25 per ton.
Harrisours, Oct. 25.—Am
FOR SE WING BNA.CRI:IcI,i.
JONAS BROOK & BRO'S
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL COTTON.
203 d 530 YD3. WEIRS , BLACK d COLORMO.
THIS thread being made Oarticularly for
Machines, is vExY rTRJNo , self/OM
EL OtYIIC. Its seventh Is not impaired by rosining, e
by Moms of the oecule. n'or AlAublues, use arouse
FOR UPPER THREAD,
and litrooks Mont 81a Cord, Red Sobel,
FOR UNDER THREAD,
sotd by respectable nesters ltwonviout the ocoretry.—
Alio, onOsitin or 100 °env seek Wei )111n0 Aee , by
WM. tilitlitYlilHfrl, die &mit:
009 dSm 116 1 resoy leen, New Ynrt.
,NEW CLOTHING STORE.
SHELLENBERGER Sr. BROTHER,
- NO. 80 MARKET STREET.
(Room formerly ocatpied by the Postonfce.) -
I.IIE wider:signed have just opened a
new and large assortment of tae latest styling of
clothing. We are also prepared to masatintare to order
ail kinds of Rents Wear cut to the latest style+ 101 fails.
ions. We have always on bend a large stock of Ready
made clothing and Gentleman's Fureistios G
nog-aat IL BdEa.LgNBEIGieR & SRO.
SOLDIERS' NICK NACK'S,
FOR Sale at
HEWER'S DRUG Ana FANCY STORK
Camp Writing Cases,
Needle or Sev.ing Cases,
Shaviog or llosor Cases,
Pocket Ink Stands,
Pocket . Combs,
India Rub er Tobacco Pouches, .
Wicker. Leacher & Piet ina flasks,
Leather Driokiug Clio&
Pens, pee:de e m, Pescik. 'an •r, audßovelopes
Soldiers will see at a gl woe Lae 'be place to eel so
outfit In small wer..s k at NO 91, Market street.
afirSee‘..Port Pick' as" in 'he wirvio
ONLY YARD IN TOWN CHAT DELIVER'S
COAL BY THE PATENT WEIGH CART,.
TElf . SE 'Weight Carte are ea/ tift4d by the
Sealer of WelAtts and Measurer. Colvottners can
welch their coal a' thetr oeu doors. It le of groat len
'ensue. Ourlnc these hsr I Italia tor .very one to 'molt
that they aer - rost roa. 11191.41ZWSIGOT
+ . large eupply of tbal always to oa fomid:ait hand,
LITRRNSI VALFACY all Ms—.
B kLte. CO'S vrta...h l l.•. e., .11 Edna.
LOKBERHI i 0 (the g Hulas ar.tolo,)
sold by the oar load or glove too
All coal of 'he best quality, h-brered tree from all Iro
ner* '8 AT PRICKS TO 4124 T TtiO TLIOS• by t bras or car
load, Weide, bat or 1141%10f LOOS as fly t.e hu-b
JAvES 4. oiesemsa.
Htni.burg, Nov. 6, 11141
Harrisbrirg Bl'ud Manufactory,
SECOND 4STREET BELOW CHESTNUT.
ITENITIA-N BLIND- made to order, and
y all repel loiteestly Kad sZoritol ma; d •oa ear
am, at a dkutoce Cm" erve toalr. d PH/ date by +ddrea
dl A later to the ander.i. Tod. Twin Ito fin . past pat
ron me ne hopes, b. ,tries att..° 1 .n r•I boo oats hi merit
a rentinnanoi 4 the same pert olsfsatom usraneed
both asto . plices and woric.—es
W AN I'ED,
k good Tennant for a large farm near
hortbomh±rlaad, coutaini ,, g abthit 300 ' , Urea drab
good 'mprovemeole, thuntain at the awe - and Pare,..
Church and School ho.iee eeoveuitit, a Rail.
tbOirdb It 180 iv res Cleared, 3 0 acre. go e, river bottom
set able or raising truck, a peruou who eicke r ,,i,,, da
Trio• farodug as well as r tieing Whet sod Guru wJeid
be reeferre I; good , e ereace will tie tegtored Add egg
A. L, tbsiTionurifi V. U. dell oak
TTAVING r turned trout the city with
jjll oar usual v .r etv Goo js for T a d
We wined repentfu ly invite au early attl, feeling it t
be to the interait of pivot:mere. &amember
tig and F...ney Store.
•delo 91 Marne& street.
uniouspaz and RETAIL DEALER
n•in conreououßry, Foreign and Roamed* Fruit.—
Pim Dates, P 11113013, Haines and Note of alt Mode.—
Fresh and:gal tPoth, Soap, Candles, Vinegar. Spkits, Ts
bate% &Kara and Country Produce in general, Market
Street, next dour to Parke Haase, /CEO corer Tnird and
Walnut Arabic. ' .
EW BUCILIIVHEALT FLOUR I
S()Q LBS. FAMILY F. L•OK-
WiiiiiatT 711/UR (MIN in 1.21 i mg
bagg,„ T gegbighs ',iffy superior, having been 110-
mgamad, ass ratan snide. fan MIS /OW Or
-- 611 - . - IFX. BOO; Jr.. &Oa
A. R. &HARP.",