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Turstl,o 31orcing„ December 24, Is6l,
'fliiiol.4lll,.—Brigadier Generals Rey
nolds lost Schein:lt passed through the city last
satiuday, en route for Washington.
CAPTAIN Woennunr will leave Harrisburg
on Friday night for Hilton Head, S. C., to r
join his command, which is now located at that
point. The friends of those in that company,
ia this city or vicinity, who desire to
onuuninicate with their friends at Hilton Head,
mu do so by leaving their letters at the resi
dence of Capt. Waterbury in Secondetreet,.be-
Veil this and Friday evening, who will carry
,nti deliver such letters with pleasure.
A Goon IDEA.— It has been ang,gested that a
pliteed nl some public place in our city,
'0 ret eive the contributions of lIIIOSO who may
,essia to do sonuttliing to alleviate the condi
, tort and render more comfortable ()Ur sick and
f4)l.liers A very g00,14,4ea, and we
w ifl he c a rried out. a,,Every patriotic
dtii will iwr rometbing in it, if it should
, n1 ~. 1 „• Irg ilium, It is for a holy purpose,
ad will pm”' the best investment ever made.
Ow 141 x.
A Aft) Buses STOLBN.—Three soldiers,
id to belong to Company C.,First Virginia re
:Went, nu the 11th inst., hired a horse and
liulfzy of A. 1. Beefier, at Williamsport, Md.,
or the purpose of visiting Hagerstown, Md.,
u retuteitig to return the same evening. This
uroluise, however, they forgot to keep ; and as
tt , y have not yet returned the prestaription is
leic they have disposed of the horse and wagon,
propriated the proceeds,and made off to parts
,uknown. A full description of the stolen
orsettrul wagon may be found in the adverti
fur columns of this evening's TELEGRAM.
FANCY ARTICLES.—A splendid assortment of
un y articles at McCalla's, 38, Market street.
CumirrmAs Is COM:Nil—One day more and
Chri4inaa will be here. The store windows of
our merchants give us the assurance that they
are prepares to accommodate all in their line
of business, and give notice to that effect in the
advertising columns of the Tmatimant. The
youngsters have got their stockings ready and
are counting the hours that are to pass before
they can haye the pleasure of hanOing them up
for the expected visit of "old Kris." The good
'housewives are looking up the tin patterns for
the "fancy" cakes; the 'chestnut bag is in
waitiog, to be untied ; and the turkeys and
chickens scarcely make a gobble or cackle, so
veil ate they being supplied with corn and care
fully housed at night.
AMMUCAN WATCIII3.—Now is the time for
Americans to support American workmen, by
purchasing a watch manufactured by the Ameri
;retch manufacturing coMptnay; They are
sold cheaper than those manufactured by the
•sitish Examine them at Qeo. W. McOalifl s,
38, Market street.
IloannitE Ocetutassure.—A painfully distressing
occurrence transpired near Altoona, on Thurs
day night, resulting in the death of the wife of
a man named William Cochrane and two of his
children. The house in which the family lived
caught fire, and during the night Mrs. C. was
aroused by the smoke. Jumping out of bed
sic opened a door leading to an old kitchen,
where the fire originated, when the flames rush
ed in, filling the apartment and rendering escape
*le.:Mile. Mrs. Cochrane, however, contrived
to secure her babe, and handed it out through
the window to the father, who had by this time
cinched the open air, but the heroic mother
her,elf Wils unable to escape, and was burned
to death, while two of her children suffered a
like fate. The fire caught from an ash barrel
in the out kitchen before referred to, and spread
so rapidly that everything in the house was
Conti FOIL SOMA:M.—Dunn the
`lath r p er t of last wilik the officers of the Hope
abk mans' express cunfpanies in this city were
uuusn:rlly busy shipping, boxes and packages
'coriniiiting presents for the soldiers. These
'boxes and pacines irtte of all shapes and sizes,
and tin; content; were as varied as their out
-1+41;1 appearaure. They all contained some
thing useful ur dainty to contribute to the sol
db•r's , omfort, tail to gladden their hearts with
the reflection that although absent they are not
forgotten at this fentiYe season. In this connec
tion we would state by way of hint to those who
di,ir e to wend articles to their friends in camp,
that all boxes destined for the soldiers must be
of strong material, convenient for handling and
i,i.curely fastened. It is moreover absolutely
novs,,ary for the name of the soldier, the num
his company and regiment, and the loca
ti;al, to be inscribed in distinct letters with
'balking hilt upon the box. The charges for
Iran:porting packages to soldiers must be paid
in ad ranee. MI the camps are accessible to the
afrelits of the several express companies, and
nil possible dispatch is used in forwarding goods.
CAKE Bassirs.---A tine assortment of cake
"'"Pets, castors, and a genera] assortment of
Plated silver and gold Ware, can always be
l'olud at lif'Calla's jewelry store.
Fess ! Fires 1 Finis !—We have received a
riew Supply of Furs, Muffs and Fur Capes, m
' ).2 ' s ° Pto $l2, a large assortment of Cloidis
op to $B.
lloop Skirts at 60c, 76 .tha$c 100, $1.75.
4 0 )10z. of Undershirts and wers White
and grey mixed.
4 ) )10z. of white ribbed Stockings at 16e and
k of whi , yellow and red Flannel.
of Alenn' woolen Socks, at all prices.
of beautiful Mourning Delaines,
, !'lnkand purple.
y 8 Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs
ic.pther from Auction.
with a large lot of other Goods suer
~,_l,;.lainreta, Shirt 'Breasts for 12i.c., Satchels
and Alankteas, Panimattas, Sets of Sleeves
- thlars, and 900 Towels at 12c. Please call
at S. hawra.
BOSTON CticKs.—These clocks are the best
time keepers now in the market M'Calla sells
Peucz.---The lock-up was tenantless Sunday
night—the disagreeable weather doubtless in
ducing "vags" and "bummers" generally to
lie close within their nests.
The consolidated police worked up several
cases of drunkenness last Saturday, all of which
were heard before Justice Beader, and the par
ties committed to prison.
APPOINTMENT HY T I GOVHIL/9011.-Wlll. H.
Kelm, the present Surveyor-General of Penn
sylvfmla, having been appointed and confirmed
a Erigadier-General in the army, it became the
duty of the Governor to fill the , vacancy, and
the Han. Henry Souther, late Senator from Elk
county, has been appointed. Mr. Souther, has
arrived in the city.
SANDFORD'S FAMOUS ETIMOPMAN TROUPE open
Brant's Hall again this• evening with a full
budget of songs, burlesques, and negro eccen
tricities for our , amusement during the holi
days, The recent tour of the troupe through
the .interior of the State was a' perfect success,
and the performemcome back to us in a most
rike• wow:ammo for -to ,
night's aiir l &en c t.' ls'OotikpletlY,Sittrfaried`
„well calculated to show thkriparticular tater'
of the particular artistes of this great ,troupe.
Nfe expect to see a "full house" at the Hall to
THE, DAUPHIN COUNTS TEACHER'S INSTITUTE will
meet this morning at nine o'clock, in thp
Lancasterian building, on Walnut street. Prof.',
Le. P. Bates, of the Stateschool department, will
conduct the exercises of theday. In the evening,
Messrs. Burns and Bates will lecture before the
Members of the Institute and citizens in the
Court House. The sul;ject of Mr. Burn's lec
ture will be "the Parent's Duty in the Work of
Education," and that of Prof. Bates "the True
Theory of Education." Rev. Dr. Hay will de
liVer a short address on the occasion. The pub
lic are respectfully invited to attend.
CHRISTMAS IN THE GERMAN lATRHERAN CHURCH.
—Our German friends of the Second street Lu
theran church, are making extensive prepara
tions for the Christmas festivities. They have
handsomely decorated the Church with spruce
and holly, and prepared a beautiful "Christmas
tree," which is filled with appropriate sweetmeats
and other articles, intended, we believe, as pres
ents to the Sunday School scholars. The Church
will be open to the inspection of the public from
one to five o'clock on Christmas afternoon, and
again at six o'clock in the evening, When the
Christmas tree will be beautifully illuminated
with wax tapers, in the good old Genmin style,
and the presents given to the children', The
occasion promises to be an interesting ohe, and
will no doubt attract a large number of Visitors.
PRESENTATION or. COLORS co COL. MURRAY'S
Recumorr.—The ceremony of presenting one of
the State flags to the Eighty-fourth Eegiment
Pennsylvania Volunteers, Col. Wm. Murray,
took place in the rear of the Capitol at five o'-
clock last Saturday afternoon. The flag was
presented by higexpellancy Goven:tor 7 Curtin in
one of his usual happy speeches, and was re
ceived on behalf of the regiment by Col. ltiur-•
ray, who assured the Governor that whatever
the fate of the regiment may be in the future,
it will endeavor by good conduct and a strict
discharge of duty, to•make such a record as will.
bring no dishonor on the Stars and Stripes,
which it goes to defend—or the proud old Com
monwealth of Pennsylvarda,whose sons and cit
izens they deem it an honor to call themselves.
Both of the speeches were received with a hear
ty applause, and the cheers given at the termi
nation of the ceremonies were lively and en
thusiastic. The regiment expects to move Dix
ieward to-morrow morning.
How To Mims a Cultism's Tale.—The pret
ty Christmas trees aregradually superseding the
old German custom of filling the stockings ; and
as some may like to obtain an exact idea of the
modus operandi, we will give them a simple
method of preparing one for the children. The
tree itself can doubtless be purchased in the
Square to-morrow for a dime, unless one of un
usual size is required ; and care should be taken
to select one that branches out finely, so as to
give full effect to the lights and decorations.
The lights are furnished by small wax candles,
which can be bought by the dozen for a trifle, and
'are easily attached to the tree. Some people cov
erthem with colored paper,like Chinese lanterns,
and they look very pretty in this way ; but it
is considerable trouble, and the paper is apt to
After the lights are properly, arranged there
is nothing to do but properly dispose of the
gifts, which should be all ready and labelled
with the names of those for whom they are in
tended. The larger and heavier articles must
be ranged round the base of the tree ; the small
toys, confectionery, and light presents attached
to the branches and main stem by narrow blue
or rose colored ribbon, of which a piece that
costa about twenty-five cents will be required.
When these are tastefully disposed of, some lit
tle ribbon streamers, sprigs of artificial flowers,
and lady apples may be sprinkled here and
there wherever they will do the most to render
more brilliant the general effect. The candles
of course must not be lighted until the trim
ming of the tree is completed and it is ready for
exhibition to the delighted throng of children,
to whom it will give a'glimpee of fairy-land.
Cuarsmus Passarrs.—Ladies' and gentlemen
breastpins, fob and neck chains, armlets, and a
general assortment of articles suitable for
Christmas presents, can be had at "M'Calla's, 38
T GRAND QUESTION OP THE DAL—What has
caused the great advance in dry goclia and
groceries almost every one inquires, will they
get higher? Mr. Dissatisfied says it is aPecdar
tion, and our friend Mrs. Brown insists that it
cannot last long—the old lady Mrs. Prudence
has looked all around and canvassed the best
information at her disposal, and thinks as /IL
Dissatisfud cannot control speculation, and Mrs.
Brown's time is so indefinite, she Mrs. Prudence
will just step in Urich & Bowman's and select a
few pieces of cotton goods from the old stock,
and s dress or two from the beautiful new goods
streets axriving, corner of Front and Market
Perninbedita• irittlig Creittivapii, 7 eurottail inonting, lilettinter , 24, 1861.
Wes Peaces.—The undersigned offers the fol
lowing goods 26 per cent cheaper than can be
purchased in New Yoik, "Philadelphia, Harris
ibarg or elsewhere, viz 7 Shirt collars, scarftees,
half hose, jackets, overalls, mediae, nigt*-
shirts,' undershirts; drawers and shirt bosenut ;
atm ladies' milers, cuff setts, under-garments,
&c. The above goods being my own manu
facture, I guarantee them for durability, ma
terial, Ste. 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.
IN: B. - Always on hand a large assortment of
linens. Please call and satisfy • yolr
ses Of the fact. at J. A. Lynn's Harru3-
Molt •cheapshirt manufactory, No 12 Market
Millet. Rooms neat to Hummel & Rillinger's
grocery store. • '
A - GAffil T A WWI. -
DR. OUPONCO'S GOLDEN . PILLS FOR FEMALES:
~R ead the folio ing,oertiflcate" from tihe of the 'dm t
ladles in Utica, N. Y., who called open My, agents In that
city (Ur. win. Briatol,4E.On.,)and Mkt them that ...he, of
, co. . did em wish her namb but if any
mitt kt doubt the won .ertul efilatency of DA. DIMON
NM, they might refer any Lady to her, as
. .it duly, ea well as' plelsurei to, her
of their efficacy, as administered to ' her
T.7.17". 1 2 . 11 young ady 17 years old. -ho Was hitt go.
ing done ..mption—bad taken cold.--nature became
°Mattis:as& Two boxes of these • Goiden thlh entire
ly cured her, and see 'is now in. r..bimt
"We were particular in buying the.genitioe. Full and
eminent dirixtiona,accompanying soh box Price
alold .wbalesale land. rethillo. _A.; Baarat , :tiri, So. 2
Jones. Row, ad C. ]T. 91 'Barka! ulreet Harris:
bnrg. Pa. 7iky sending either of them $1 00 I/nought be'
tiartisbollo.4rt Office the Pitts will be sent confide dually
by Mail to any part of alto country, "free of ipostage."
.etp. 11.—Look Mutter chniterlidts;-'. Opp itiKieldbulPilts
or any kind unless the hole -signed 8 O. Howe. 'Ail
others is a bale imposition and unsafe; therefore, se
;inn value your livetrundlealtti, (to Sayknothing of be
ing humbugged nit of your money ) nay enly, of Mime
who show the alguature of S. D. Bowe on every
' which hap recently berm - la ded ripe selettnt of- , the PThaf
na, emmlerfeinad. The ingredients competing the
above Pills are made known to every Anent, awl; they
are safe, and will perform all claimed for them.
Sold a lso by, TA: LuMbeiger, Lebaboa ; ' A.' .1 - .'Katdr.
Akan, idechtnienburg ; Mark% Lewintown ;S. ELlitnt
-o.arlite • S. G. Wild, NeWililie.; .1; O. /thick, Shippenst
'burg J tzpangler, Chambersburg; E. T. Iller, York ;
J ; A. Wolf, Wrightsville ; B. B. Stevens, Peadiug ; and
t. P. Hunter, 'wafting, and by "one 6ruggist." lo every
town and village in the United States, and be
S. D. BOWS,
a 4m Sole Priptietor, New York.,
HELMBOLD'S =TRACK BECHT; ' • •
THE GRE tT MERE flO
RELMEOLD'S EXTRACP SUCRE,
THE GREAT DIURETIC
EIRI7. S IROLD'3 EXTRACT BEGEM,
TUB GREAT DIURETIC:
HELMBOLD": EXTRACT DUCHU,
THE GREAT DIURETIO.
And a Positive and Specific Remedy for :Diseassa of the
Bladder, ' Kidneys,
Gravel, Dropsy, •
And all flintiest! of , lhe lfrinary Organs.
Sea Ad rertisemeift Ih'enotber column. Cat 11 out, and
Bond for the Medicine at once.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
STEAM' WEEKLY• -at„ , -40,_ . lIETWZIN NAW YORK
„s - vr 'A •
tNittN AND EMBARKING PAS
NAE.; QUEIVISTOWN, (Ireland.) ''Cfig Liver
mad. New , rorK and! Philadelphia Sinamahip company
Wand drapalcnlni their • lull' powered Clydo•boiit iron
4temmoop,4 4,, Mown :•
' GLASGOW, Saturday December ; oral* . NRW
YORK, Saturday, December 23; EDINBURG, Saturday,
January 4, and every tiaturds . y, at Noon, from Pler 44,
FACT CABIN $75 00 I STEIIItACS.... $3O 00
do to Londe!' $BO 00 I do to London - ..383 00
do to Parts $B5 001 do to Paris s3B 00
do to Hamburg-085 001 do In llititbarg $55 00
Passengers also forwarded to fiarro, Bremen; Rotter
dam, Antwerp, emoilly low rates. ' ' '
wariPersons sowing te' bring DU( their triends can buy
tickets bore at the following rates; to New Week: . Prom'
Liverpool or QIIHOMISOV7II j let Cabin, s7b, $B5 amo $1.03
Steerege . Cram iavernool SIU (s3lYriroot Queenstown,
$3O 00. . ,
These Btsainerif beim -§upertoi , eeooininedstions for
pa:wear:we, and .arry.arpeetenoed,Sorgti,. T.o.7_are
built Water-tight bon - Section*, an Wee Patent . lire
Annihilators on bard. .
Her Butner Information enply in Liverpooi to WILLIAM
'.INMAN, Agent, 22 Water •ftwet in Otaqow •to WY.
INMAN, St. Shia% Square ;la littlenstoul to C. Ai W.
D. Shit itOIIR Sr ln London to MV PS & MALY, 61
King William St. ;t o Paris-to JBLUS DBOOUII, 5 nails
* de le Ikmese ; in Philadelphia to: JOSH G.• VALK, U 1
Walnut. street ; or at ;he Company's offices.
JNO. G. DAUB, Agent,
dein 4f 14 Broadway, New York.
Or O. 0. Zimmerman. Anent. Harrisburg.
'fir PASsVNGERh FOR EUROPE.—By tinier of the
Secretary or State, passengers leaving the- United
Siktes are required to presure Passports before going on
board the Steamer. JOHN G. DALP, AGUT.
ARRISBURU BRIDGE COMPANY.-
Li_ The Slockholderwor the Efarrinhurg Bridge Com
pany are heresy Donned that-the Annual Eleetion•will be
/«1g on MONDAY, the oth day of JANUARY next, be
tween the hours of 10 o'olonr In the forenoon and 3
o'eiock in the afternoon,at the &stern Toll House of asnl•
company, In the city o f Barr Ming, for the purpose of
eieeilog oue President twelve - Directors, and one Treasur
er and Secretary, fer the ensuing year.
" ` J WALLACE, flec'y
01 , 7901, December 2, 1801..
MIDDLETOWN AND HARRISBURG
TURNPIKE ROAD COMPANY —the stockholders
In the Middletown and Sarrlsbnrg Turnpike Road Com.
piny are hereby notified that the Annual Election Will be
held on MONDAY, the 6th day of January unit, between
the hours of 11 o'clock in the forenoon and 8 o'clock to
the afternoon, at the Oftice on the corner of Front and
Chesnut streets, in this city, for the purpose of electing
one President, bi2C Managers, !tad one Treasurer and Sec
retary, for the ensuing year.
J. W.S.LLiCH, Sei
Harrisburg, D.:camber 2, 12.01..,—d0aw-3S
THREE STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE.
t.IIIHE undersigned" offer& fur sale ONE
NEW 30 1101ISW MGM; and tato Sebonthliand
engines of smaller size, The engines will be sold cheap
or cash or approved paper. Apply at the Steam En
gine Works, Sixth street, between Walnut and Market,
Harrisburg, Pa. JACOB uI.TZ
UMBRELLA MANUFACTORY I
No. 69, Market Street, below Third,
1 2 M. H. LEE,
MANUFACWRER OF UMBRELLAS,
and WALKING NES; will fundsh
goods at LOWER PRICES than can be bought in any of
the Eastern cities. Wintry merchants will do well to
call and examine prices and qualityiand convince them
selves of this fact. ' an23-dly•
FURS! FURS!. PUR4 ! FURS!
Sable Furs,bibeian Squirrel Pure,
French Sable . Fora,
Silver Marten Fare
•Water Mak Pure.
cups, ()TIM AND NEWS, LARGE ANNINTADANT.
Great bargains to these Goods. Every article mono
ted to be exactly, as reprel3ented.. • •
CATEICAMT & BROTHER,
0013 Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
WE OFFER T.O
KNIGHTS TEMPLARS' BOQUET,
Pat up in Cut Glass Engraved Bottles.
A Complete Assortment of
HA NDKERC,HIEF PERFUMES,
Of the best Manufacture.
I A very Handsome Vartoty:of
POWL9III PUFF BOXES,
Alkt, TOOTH, NAIL, CLOTH., HAT,
Lab Alt and 11 4 1E&NT Bectigiß la great variaty
I DRIN ANDIANOIC MOM
11.118 VS Pangaea.
A New Lot oft
Of beautiful Styles, substantially made.
A Splendid Amendment of
New and Elegant Perfume,
91 Market Street.
HAIR DUO. HAIR DYE!!
Win. A. Batchelor's Hair Bye
The only Reittile4 and Reliable Dye Knott''' . I
all ..hers are mere imitations, and sboold .be avolibki
If you Wish iii bmape e. • : . .
• GREY, Itklo RTISTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beaninul and natural Straivit or Black,irilhout the least
injury 10 Ifair - or Skin.
) 1 ,. D4/4 . .6441*-14.1PL0MAO , havo,treeo &Ira:-
der r' . 9;and (War 200,000
applications have been made ti the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Wm. A. BATCHNLORTI HAIR DYE produces a . color
not to be distinguishes from nature hod is waaaas7ao
not to injure in the , least, bowevei long it may be ZOnUil
ned, and The ill . hems or bad 'Drag remedied. The hair
Ininvigorated for life by this aploadid Dye, which Is prop
erly applied pt Nn. 18 tiond,Strcet New York.
itSold In &lithe citeirtful lawns of the Bnited• Elides, by
illingsiste and Fancy Goods Dealers
!The Genuine has the name " William A. Batchelor,"
sad address upon, a steel plate. eogiuving„on the ibur
Who Wale Factory, 81 BarelaY St.,
Late 283 &midway,* New York
oc,t2-dawly ; ,
BRANrs HALL I
IN THEIR GRAND CON CERTS.
CHRISTMAS OAT, TWO POMTORMANCES
liu - s:z,Qll4 RAVEL'S
Monday Evening, December 23d;
boors open at 6i. commences at 7i.
.A.dminission - - 25 Cents.
I),LiTEST NEW S.
vicHoils it. BOWMAN having just ra
il turned from the &et with an (intensive and we I
selected stock of goods. purelti3ed fur
,canh, 1. saner. fully
invite the citizens of Harrisburg and vlcialty , tritall and
examine their W Goods'•eV the 'OO iS Won' forffierly oc
copied by V. Hummel, Coiner Front dud Market streets,
Harrisburg, asa.ny other house.
QOFFEE, Gr i tle ; riaiiill3roivned ; '
SUGAR of all grades ;
MOLASSES and Choice Syrups.;
FLOUR, in Barrels and Sack.; ..
BLICK-WILEAT and eo=4mr., ;
nut, of all hinds ;
SALT, 'Coarse and fine •
OIL, Coal Oil and Whale Oil ;
SPICES, all kindsGrennd and Ungronnd, fresh
from the MAL .
APPLES, Green,and Dried ;
RAISINS, CURRENTS, NEVI%
SOAPS, Common and Fancy ;
WILLOW and CEDAR-WARE ;
CIGARS, best of Imported Brands;
NWARE QUEENSWARE 1 I
extensive assoriniezteof ad atilhi, and patterns and
prim, Cal rand examine our Sleek or, Goats at the
WhAesalo and &dill Grocery, Fruit aid Provision Store,
corner - FrontandefarkeVetreat, IlarribburgrPu. •
Country Product, taken dell
.. .. , . .
TO Tax YOUNG K EN - LOP' PE . NrA.
VINO been aatliotizetL.to - reo,ruit a
Raghnent for the Vohmteer service of Penneyi ve
nds lan ekhoindell JO' make it areghnent of !!nharp
:hooters"—nflenteu—recruit d from the State at large.
we want Tad 4 goad able thidhael - yendie inellangl each
ecunly . , so l aria have every p3rtlee of di) State fully
an ll d•Ahallffifireaented; wr •-..•••• .. .•., • • , ,
Aosedestiewasofeervl ng thelroontry, ot fighting ander
and tor our good old nail, have now a splendid opper...-.
*anal flirge l'ilbigiCi ; Wa.liftgnd toln4ke Wee Per4gOlC
REMINIB ;' c if piiiiible die begt la the 46'160 6f our
Noble Commonwealth.. Geodsubstantial . nniform4 will
he in:Wished us soon as the men reach Came and are
Sworn Into Ige gargles:. f Tea Regiment willigs armed
With lake tit:figrigiglinitga-WIG.. Slags Bairosisla..Thoee
klecirlag, to,eullst.. as .positively °ivy ,TEN will be taken
[rem gab riplintyln tbeagate had' bethir - report' being.
ately,agy.Ame eller . itie.gOth of December to w, w.
Drownj Muesli,/ rit, Pit. moror allOommlnliCittio2l3 from
iliciant counties will be answered speedily •nd conadeu
badly. " • - W. . -W-. BfbiWN, Caitaln.
P. 8.--Ml papare faverable to the cause will please
copy. ' - " dela d4w
PRESERVE. TO•ttit R
'KEEP YOUR FEET DRY.
ON BOg OF FR . ANK M.ILLEtt'S
WATER , PROOF OIL BLACKING
WILL, I..AST .AN . OIIICDOCR: MAN ONE YEAR,
si-OOST a 5 CENTS,IOI •
A ND save more than four times its cost
21,, in the durability of leather, and greatly contribute
to health *ad moron.
FOIL wallas, see inside Le.bel on the cover of tarp
For sale in Harriaburg by D. W. Gross & Co., No. 10
Margot oitreet ;Ally & icentle,,ourner ar Fink and Mar
ket streets ; Wm. Dock, Jr., &Co , Marko c street ; Jacob
Bnehter,No:2o, &mond street, and. J . O. Kimball, Mar
ket atr..et. dell-dlm-w4t*
All Work Pronused in One Week.
'• . 7 44‘,
- 11PN . •
:9m s, u7rtyi,. : 1 1)Wit z t .A.
„ V.NJP3.I7 LIT N /
STEAM IfiritiG .1113151.14ti8HNIENT.
104 Ifen-kef Street between 4th: and sth,
WHERE. every description of Ladies'
v Mad Gentlemen' Garments, Piece Goods, &e., are
Oyect, Cleansed "and finished in the best manner and at
the shortest notice. ' DODGE dr 00.,
J IC . 0
E ED I
A FINE LOT OF sppEnzon
IVIAD 'of 'Good Taticco,.artd from 'one
to two - Years old, of my owd manufacture. A line
tot of. choice Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Pipes,ln
and a large variety of other articles constantly on hen II
tar sale whtdmteloond retail. - Thai:Mint for form t
ronage; rbepelby atria attention on businees to receive a
liberal thereof the trade,
4 due Spiting Room attached, where customers may
34 back- and test my Sewers and Tobacco.
• Don't forget the-window with the Ship in it; that is the
place to buy your Tobacco and ,egare. North market
Square, abode Market street, Hamburg.
Dec. 4, 11361.--dgm - WM.• WYKOFF..
PR. T. J. MILES •
SURGEON • DENTIST 4
FF ERB his services to the citizens o
Harriabu g,aod its vicinity.- He solicits a share o
the public ceartutoge,and mum ,sstintace that his beet
endeavors shall be given to read. r satisfaction in his pro
fession. Ring an old, well tried dentist, he feels safe in
nviting the public generall to call on _him, assuring
hem Mat they Will not be d with his services,
Oboe No. 128 Market street,-In the holm formerly on -
wiled IrsJecobL .kby,near the United pace Mow,
ilartitthargiPs. . : leyB-41y
QOLDIER'd CAMP COMPANION. A
kj ;Neu sonqloientlirritting .Dsig; rartsglios,
Melitorand*Bikks, rciittionbaiek,l6.c, wt . •
• ° o' 1 t3CHEFFEIR'S BOOKSTORE.
Dwtr FO4 1862.=A great 'Variety at exceeding low inicia,
PORT FOLTC6,4WRITOTG , RESICS.
A N onewinebrtment4Pthese useful ar
.tltic."just opened-at -, - , . •
- , BIIIRGINEB:13 Cheap Boob alare,
Webster's Unabridged Dietioniry
New Pietoral Edition.,
117'Piotorial Illustrations of
Websiees Diditraary ea;ceis in these .arid has, among
others,j;idcaua TEO...WIZ:OOM of the prZOV:6Ig
I:turbot:an, Bastion, 'Battlement, Mar-shot, Block-hoose,
Mamba, Guluou,Oarrouado, Chain ahot, , Ohevaux-de-Irlse,
0403p,Liinbere ' -
ifsdrier Martell° rower, Mortar, Port
cullis, Xavelin, Redes, Star Forie,kc. •
No other ilishati Inctioaary published in this country
has a fourth part of these- - , .
Definitions 411111Itari Terms.
An; the foregoing, and AbaUs, Albalance; Ambuscade,
Armistice; Banquette, Bivouac, Bre'vot, Caisson, Caliber,
Catiister•shot,- Cantonment, Caponiere Ctorentato, Conn
tetscarp, Cher de battailirn, Cut desitr,Thahlgbren gun,
lade rifle, &0., &c.
Bold by Geo. Bergner, Harrisburg; and all Booksellers
- 40*Ar isNarFts
-00111•11R SE06.111) AN'to VALI4I:IT s'ts. ,
Illenisteng, Pa. • •
ALWAYS on , hand alarge assortment of
800Tes SHOD, - (*AVMS, ao9or the, very beet
Adelit3a4 n tor la,dteei,geettegiee. gthileriliks, 4/A411.,--
Pike , tti' sink thettiNt. AII•IttotiIWoMIVOIOE4fItHR TO.
•011. DAR In tho'bost. style by superior werkeraa
mm..c JOHN B. MUM lfirripburs.
• P.ORT__1 I QTAOS -
tATtilaingt DESAS, ". ,
V 1 TRAVEVING BAGS,.
And a general assortment of
have just been received at
. )04EKINER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
. LOOKS FOR , CHILDREN 1
IF you want to get imitable BOOKS for your
Children, go to
' BERG - NER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
I'AI.TED SWEET CORN (SELRBR..)
Etollolllr, GEM, •
BAYS, ' BEANS,
ASSES AMA; DBMS PEACSAS.
Fre.-h Vauban, (in cane.)
Tomatoes, • '
Porn,. &a., ko,
Just r,.cetved and for sale by
no3ri WM. DOCK, Ja. & CO
THERE is you dU4ination, South Car
anal' Not Bnt to,CatteieFi,.Crieap Cohteetion.
ary Ettore, No. tiarhet, strain, between, Fourth and
Filth strdeta, where may be seen the largest aosoninent
of Wine ' oufctiouarlea, Nuts, Raisins, Currants, Curtin,
'AC.tur !ha Holidays. Give him a oall, and oximi no
for yo“,raelves. dol4-d2ww
,GOLD' PENS 1 GOLD PENS
riVELE largest and most varied assortment of
'GOI.O PENS is for sale at
BERGNER'S, CTI)PAP BOOKSTORE.
grim, Psis Wiumeirrxo.
CHRISTMAS BOOKS 1 .1
A large collection of BOOKS suitable for
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS his just been re
' BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
joIL'A N immense stock of ENVELOPES of every
abw is now opening at
BERGNER'S OBEAP BOOKSTORE.
100 Gross, assorted aizes,just recolved, and for
sale at Wholesale prices,
dell Wk. DOCK, Jr., &
DIARIES. F 0.4 1.862•
THE largest and best selected assortment of
DIARIES ever imported into this city can
lbe found at
BEEGNEE'S Cheap Bookstore
OATS 1 , O,ITs 1 1 • Cash paid , for,. Oats .
NOTIONS. - Quite a variety of - ueeful
and entertaining artiolea—aloiaa—at
u 21.1 fiIIFeFER'S BooKsraiu...
ATTRACTIONS FORTHE HOLIDAYS !
A large and fresh assortme*oc ,G owl%
Euttabhi for presents, smStig , wttjoh will-be'folin 4
A splendid stociee‘ Burs, (all..kbnialust made,)
A large lino of Embroidered Collars Sleeves, se.,
A great variety of BiLaWbil, (at low prices,)
A lot of New ill.e—Dries Goods, &c.,
Every kind of. Ladles, Gents, and Misses
Gauntlet's anti 610i,es.
Ladles and Gents HJkfs —large sock,
Gents Crania. Neck lies, Cellars ko,
toidles, Gems and M:4603 Std Gloves,
Gaels*, uttst4eggLes, neuilete,
,•; • •
LARGE ADDriloiT 13EEN MADE ' TO
OUR STOOK OF MOURKING GOODS.
narpme m Goode or ap. kinds oaat t lr i tA ps
• . . • 14:Idatet.Sipare o
: Next door the 11* . riaburg Bank
$B, AND $2 26 PER . 1.,V :14 142;000 LBS.
0. D. FORST.ER
C)FFICE No. '74, Market Street; yard on
the dotal, Mat of North street, Wholesale and Be
tail dealer in
BROAD 7.02' 004.1.,
Umbels and Healers may rely upon obtaining a first-raie
article, and full weight, at the lowest rates. Orders
promptly attended to.. A liberal itimount made to pur,
ohasers . paying for the cosi when ordered.
Presentrioe, la and $3 per ton.
Harrisburg, Oct. 26.--O3in
NEW .C.79OTHING STORE.
SHELLENBERGER & BROTHER ,
NO. 80 MARKET STREET:'
(Room formerly occupied by the P r ostoffiee.)
THB:.undersigned. have just-
new and large assortment of the latest styles or
clothing. We are also prepared to manufactnre to order
all kinds Cr Gents Wear. ant to the latest styles. and fish -
WWI. We have always on band a large stock or Ready
made clothing and Gentleman's Furlidelting
n09 , 4135a H. RHELLENRBRGRR & BRO.
SOLDIERS' NICK NACEVS,
FOR Sale at
KELLER'S DRII6 Am) FANCY STORE
Camp Writing Caimq,
teedle or Sewing Cases,
Shaving or Razor Cases,
Pocket Ink Standa,
India Rubber Tobacco Pouches,
Wicker, Leather 4kklatina Flasks,
Leithei Drinkinget t ihi.
PODS, Penholders, Pencils. Paper, audiavclopes.
settat a glarce LS* I,,lace, to
. ; , et , an
outfit in stain war si 91i Markel stt eet.
yea" For t Picekrue , What *lint r. tols ti
ka, 1" - Eiii r gifituirsTORtili - th6 ,1 1W — i c e
to Wad auythaligia_the way Peilttiuo►!
HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION,
"HIGHLY CHNCENTR ATE',"
, LVHP UND FLUID EXrRACF RUCH%
A Positive and Spe. - Id. Renindy .
For of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
Thi. Medicine inerea‘es the power of placation, and
'ealcites the ABSORBENTS int • healtny acfion, by which
the WATERY OR CALOARROUS depositions, and all UN
NATURAL ENLARGE LENTS are reduced, as well as
PAIN AND INFLAMATIoN, and Is good for
• bUtN, WOMIC4 OR CB:LUMEN.
ELET.MBOLIYB EXTEACT HUCHLr,
drilling from Excesses, HAWS, of Hisslyellon, Early In.
discretion or Abuse.
ATTENDED WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
lain-44410n to Exertien, Ism of Power,
Loss of 'Memory,Menlty of Mreattwa,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror:id Disease, Wakefamess,
Dimness ti Vialon Pal in the Beck,
Universal Umatilla or the Muscular &Mem;
Hot Henda, fins hhig of Vie Body,
Dryneee of the Skin, . XtrupTioes Cu the Face,
These eymptcmlajt snowed to go on, which thls Med
icine invariably removes, soon Mows
IMPOTENCY reITIIT'I. VPILEPTIC
IN ONE OF WHICH THE PATIENT MAY MOM
Who can say that they are not freque..tly followed by
those "DIREFUL DISEASES,"
'INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION..
Many are aware or the cause of their sullernm,
BUT NONE WILL CONFER.
THE REW.DS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,
And the Mdancholy Dolga by Conmetptiria,
HEAR AILPLi wnwess TO Tel TROTH OP lee AMTRTION.
THE CONSTITUTION ON'is:. AFFECTED WITH
Requires the std of medielisi to strengthen and,
Invigorat the System,
Which BELIOXPLD% =TRAM BUCHU isriariably dais.
1 TELL WILL OONTIMITITI MOST PITITPTIOAL.
FEM ALIN—FEMALES—PENA LES,
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEMPLA
IN MANY ARFECIIONd Pt,OULIAR TO FEU iLES,
Retract Boohuis unequalled by any other remedy,
at in Oldoroaia or Retention, Irregularity, Paintniness, or
Seppressio a of Customary Inaoustions, Ulcerated or
Scirrhous state of the. Uterus, Leucortues Whites,
and for all complaints tat went to.the sex, whether
arising from Indiscretion, Habits or Dissipation, or in
DECLINE OE ali pT lNf o l vie OF LIFE.
NO FAMILY MOULD BE WITHOUT IT I
,TAKZ NO NORA BLANAM, MACON; OA lINPLIAISANT K DI
lON ONPLIASANT AND DANGNROLIS DISZASIN.
11167,HBOLD'S E...rzßAor BOCHU
In all their Stages,
Little or no Omega in Diet ,
And no Exposure.
It causes a frequent desire mud gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions.
• Preventing and Curing Strictures of the Ur uhrs,
nilaying.PainAndati frequent In the
class of dlosises and animating as aauunaliou,
and worrsout Mao.
TaSUlsaNue Upon THOUVAXDO
HHO HAM 13BEN 2HE VICTLMS O.P QUACKS?,
and who have paid HLivir NUM to be cured in ~b t. t
time, have roan tofu , were deceived, mid that Inc ' fv_if•
PON” bas, by the use of i•rowinerm. ssnemourna," beech
dried up In the system, to brae's oot lit an aggravated
P81111.4.P8 .A.FTRR MARRUGX.
llae BIIIMBOLD'S RICERAOT Boon for all aff,lettotte and
(Hewes of the
whether exiating In
MALE OR FEMALE
From whatever canalPorlgtnating and no matter of
ROW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of theca Organs require the aid of DIUREITIO.
TERLAIROLD'S EXTRACT BIICIID
Is THE GREAT Dui Rain.
And Is certain to have the desired effect to Des e es,
FOR WHICH IT It RECOMAIFSDED.
. Evidence of the moat reliable and responsek character
will accompany the wedicee.
CERTIFICATES OF CORM
Irma 8 to 20 years: gaoling,
WITH KAMM !MAWR To
• SCIENCE. AND FAME.
Price $1 00 per bottle, or six for $5 00.
Delivered to any address, seoarely packed horn obser-
DESCRIBE SYMPTOSISIN ALL COMMUNICATION 3
Cures Guaranteed 1 advice Gratis t•
• : :
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman or the
city of Pbiladelphl4, R. T. Hetundru, Mao bang duly
sworn, cloth sag, We pruaratlorte eout.ln no narcotic, no
Mercury, or other injorioae drugs, but are purely vege
H. T. 1111LMBOID.
. Sworn and subseribed before me, thin Sad del 0 1 pro
fember,lB64. P, HISSERS,
Ninth 88. above Race, hila.
Address letter' for information in confidence.io
• H. T. BELHBOLD, Chemist,
Depot, 104 South Tenth St., bel. Chestnut, Phila.
BEWARE OR' COUNTICAPIIIPI'S
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Who endeaverlo.eipose "OP MICR own" and "milt"
ARLICLIS ON TAB RSPOIMION ATrAyrtm Br
Helmbold's Genulue Preparation a,
IXtract Doi ho,
" Improved Rose Wash.
Sold by C. R. X eller, D. W, Gross, J. Wyeth, IC. A.
AND ALL DRITOINSTI SVERYffriiNR S.
ASK FOR awanouPs. TAKE NO OTHER
Ont out the itilverUPorneut amt good lor it.
AND &FDIC, ISIVOSITIOS AND EXPOSETRIg.
FOR SEWING MACHINES,
JONAS BROOK & BED'S
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL COTTON.
200 ; d bOO PAK WIME, BLACK d COLO/MG.
ripHIS thread being made particularly for
• L Sewing Machines, is VERY STRONG; SMOOTE AND
!MLAED.G. Its strength is not impaired by Washing, war
;by friction of the needle. For Mectdne.s, use Brooks'
FOR UPPER THREAD,
and Riooks Patent St's Osird, Bed Ticket,
FOR UNDER THREAD,
Sold by respecteble dealers throughout the sountry.—
AlBO, EN CAMS OP 100 ooisir Nice, ammo see , by
WM. MENRY BIWA Snle Agent.
moil•dem . 86Yeeey street, New York.
COAL I !
ONLY YARD IN TOWN 111A.T DELIVER'S
Ry , TIIE PATEN
THESE Weight . Darte are certified by the
Sealer of Weights and Measures. Consumers Gan
weigh their coal at their own doors. It is of great lai-
PertMACe during these har.l dines roe every one to ttnow
that they GISiTiOn FULL uommr 'mom.
A large supply of Coal atsv.Lys to be found on hand,
LYKENS VALLEY all sizes.
BALYS. CO'S WILY...MARRA all sizes.
LOEBMIrk COAL, (the genuine article,)
Sold' by the car load or single ton.
All coal of the best quality, delivered tree from all Mt
purities AT PRIOR TO 2171 T TON ILICA, by Tbe boat or oar
load, single, half or third of lons &lel by the bushel.
JAMES let. WHILELEE.
Harrisburg, Nov. 6,
Harrisburg Blind Manufactory.
SECOND STREET BELOW CHESTNUT.
VENITLIN BLINDS made to !order, and
au.ropareig neatly and expeditiously done. Per
sons at a distance can have their work done by addres
sing-a letter to the undersigned. TO/sidle for past pat
ronage be hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit
a continuance of tbs same. agrAitisfaution guaranteed
both es to pHces and work-10A
HAYING returned from the city with
_ILA our usual variety of 0110I0E GOODS for thej
We would respectfully invite an early call, feeling It t
be to the interest of purchasers. Remember
KELLER'S lig and Fanny store.
9t Market street.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALER
in Confectionary, Foreign and Domestic Frail--
Pim Dates, Prunes, Raisins and Nabs of all kinds.—
Fresh and Sal tFisk, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Spices, To
based, SegarS and Country Produce In general, Market
street, next door to Parke . House, also corner Third and
NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
4,500 FLo YA_MIL UR l
2621 bags. ' Toe quality is very superior, having been se
salwcwwwqrp!sly lor;9ar retail 17a For side low by
mil- : . DOCKar, & 03.
rIOLD PEablb I—The largest and best
At little H tpense ;
No ittomvouie oo;