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Monday Afternoon, December 30, 1861.
ICE ON THE SUSQUEHENNA. —The river for the
past few days has been covered with ground ice,
and will doubtless be frozen over in the course
of a few days, should the present cold weather
continue.. • .
SANFOR.DANIA. —The "Three Legged Monster"
will flourish in the pantomime again to-night
at Sanford's Opera, 'Brant's Hall, and we advise
everybody fond of laughing to be on hand and
take a peep at the animal.
SOARLET FEVER. —This dreaded and fatal di
sease is prevailing to a eionsiderable extent in
some parts of the county. It not only attacks
children, but grown persons, and seems to in
crease in virulence with the increase of the cold
THE LECTURE TO - NIGHT.—Prof. M'Coy will
positively deliver his celebrated lecture entitled
"an Historical Vindication of Temperance So
cieties," in the Fourth Street Bethel this (Mon
day) evening. Doors open at 6i o'clock,—
Tickets 15 cents—to be had at the principal
book stores, and at the door.
Men DOG Suor.—A dog belonging to a gen
tleman in Lower Paxton township became mad
one day last week, and was about to make his
escape from his owner's home. Fortunately his
movements were noticed by the family, and he
was immediately killed to prevent his doing
mischief. Did all owners of dogs act as promptly
under similar circumstances how much loss and
inconvenience might be avoided.
THE ATTENTION of teachers throughout the
county is directed to the following resolution,
passed at the recent session of the County In
Resolved, That each teacher in the county be
quested to prepare himself or herself for an
active participation in the proceedings of the
next County Institute, by the preparation of
lectures, to be delivered, or original composi
tions or essays, to be read, and also the mode of
teaching the different branches in the school,
BENEFIT OF THE FRIENDSHIP FIRE COMPANY.-
Our citizens should not forget the benefit of the
"Friendship Fire Company," which comes oft
at Sanford's Opera, Brant's Hall, to-morrow
evening. A highly attractive, programme of
entertainment is up for the occasion ; including
the irresistably funny pantomine of the "three
legged monster, or the fighting tailor and shoe
maker," which alone is worth the price of ad
mission. The "Friendship" is a very desery
ing fire company, and we expect to see a rous
ing full house at the Hall to-morrow:nighti
HONOR TO WHOM HONOR IS DllE.—Early on
Saturday morning, LIEUT. DOCIDEAN arrived in
this city from Lancaster, with nine recruits en
route for Kentucky. He Was compelled to re
main in Harrisburg until Saturday evening, and
during the time stopped with his men at the
Farmer's Hotel, B. G. Peters, proprietor. Mr.
Peters refused to receive a cent for the enter
tainment of the soldiers, laaving, lodged, break
fasted and dined the entire number of recruits
gratuitously. . Such an act of hospitality is
worthy of being known, and therefore we pass
the name of Mr. Peters around.
SZATING.—The skating season in this vicinity
has now commenced in earnest, and the ponds
about the city are daily thronged with men and
boys indulging in this healthful and exhilerat
ing pastime. We spent a -few moments at
Dowding's pond at the lower end of the city
this morning, and found everybody enjoying
themselves at the topmost notch. The juve
niles; especially were in their glee, and many
of them "struck out" with the boldness of old
professionals, "or any other mau." We
witnessed some ludicrous falls, but "nobody was
hurt" seriously, and the fallen hopped to their
feet and went in more energetically than ever.
By the way, what has become of our "skating
club," formed under such favorable auspices
last winter? Have the male members all gone
to war, or is it possible that the ladies have
grown tired of indulging in this species of in
nocent sport and exercise ?
Pomas—Before the Mayor.—Two soldiers of
the 110th Pennsylvania Regiment, from Camp
Curtin, and a German from Berks county, were
arraigned yesterday morning charged with
drunkeness and disorderly conduct. The sol
diers were sent to Camp and the German direc
ted to leave the city forthwith.
Mary Locher—One of the frail eisterhoed;—
was up charged with stealing a pair of shoes
from a colored woman. The shoes were found
on Mary's feet, which was certainly good evi
dence of her guilt. She was sent to prison to
The city Lock-up was tenantless last night.
By the Consolidated Police—A party who res
ponded respectively to the names of John Mur
rel, Geo. Sweigart, Jacob Nor and James E.
Lint; were arrested charged with drunkeness
and disorderly conduct. Justice Beader cour
ted them all to prison.
FIREMAN'S Bsus,--The fireman are actively
engaged making preparations for their regular
annual balls which take place about these
days. Our jolly friends of the "Good Will"
enjoyed their "hop" a few weeks ago, and so well
did they dance into public favor on the occasion
that we shouldn't be at all surprised to see them
hang out their "card" for another Terpischore
an festival shortly. The "Washy" boys will
do the aimiable on the "light fantastic toe"
on the 22d of Fedruary—thy birth day of the
good and great man whose name the company
so honorably bears. The "Friendship," "Citi
zen" and "Blount Vernon" companies, we pre
sume, will also shortly send out "invites," for
their soiree dansante, whose annual recurrence
are hailed with so much satisfaction by our de
votees of- pleasure. The "hop" of our friends
of the "Hope" company comes off on the even
ing of the Bth of January, and from what we
can learn, the affair promises to excell in every
particular all the previous efforts of the corn-.
Peunoptuania Datt Zelegrapti, Monbap 'Afternoon, Member 30, 1861.
THE RESOLUTIONS, AND THE LIST OF DELEGATES
The following preamble and 4 resol utions were
adopted at the close of the Dauphin County
Teacher's Institute :
WHEREAS, This Institute has heard that death
has called from our midst our late friend and
[ow-laborez-, Henry J. Hartman, of Lykens
township, yet we hope that the precious seed
sown by him in the harvest field of time may
produce rich fruit, which will be gathered and
garnered in eternity :
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with
the relatives of our late brother, and hope that
He who promised to comfort those who mourn
may be near to them.
Resolved, That the thanks of this Institute be
tendered to Messrs. Bates and Row, of the School
Department, Professors Wickersham and Brooks
of the State Normal School, for their valuable
services ; to Messrs Bates, Brooks, Hay, Colder,
Robinson, Burns, Denlinger, Whitcom, for lec
tures, and to all the clergy of the city for aid
and interestmanifested in our proceedings.
Resolved, That we tender our thanks to Rev.
Mr. Colder for use of melodeon.
Resolved, That we tender our thanks to Misses
Woodward and Alexander, and the pupils of
the North Ward Female High School for favor
ing us with music on the night of the 24th
inst, and to Misses Lawrence and Vanhorn for
music cn the melodeon.
Resolved, That the Pennsylvania School Jour
nal is worthy of, and should receive the support
of every teacher.
Resolved. That County Institutes are among
the best means of improving teachers, and ad
vancing the cause of education.
Resolved. That District Institutes are indis
pensible, and no District should be without one.
Resolved. That the thanks of this Institute be
tendered our worthy President S.D. Ingram, for
his kindness and courtesy to the teachers in at
tendance. Also to the other officers for the
faithful discharge of their duties.
Resolved. That we tender our thanks to the
County Commissioners for the use of the Court
House in the evenings, and to the Directors of
the North Ward School District of this city for
the use of the Lancasterian building in which
to hold the sessions of the Institute.
LIST OF THE MEMBERS OF INSTITuIE HELD ON THE
24Th, 25Th, 26TH &ND 27TH OF DEOEHBER
Conewago—D. S. Longenecker, and Cyrus G
Dauphin Borough—H. G. Sheesly, Mrs. E.
Talley and Wm. J. Lawrence.
Derry —E. H. Hersher, H. A. Earhart, D. H.E.
Laross,ff.. F. Hershey,A. Zimmerman,J. W.Eby,
G. J. Ebrecht, J. M. Rockafellow, L. D. Lutz, D.
W. Miller, D. Cannon, J. K. Heagy, Isaac P.
Wood and Mrs. C. E. Toner.
South _Hanover—C. Sadler and Miss Kate Horst.
Harrisburg, N. Tr.—Mies A. Y. Woodward,
Mrs. E. McWilliams, Miss R. Hynicka, Miss J.
Mowry, Miss E. A. Bishop, Miss M. Benjamin,
Miss M. L. Nolen; and Miss C. A. Hetzel.
Harrisburg, S. W.—E. Osborne Dare and Annie
Londonderry—Michael R. Alleman, J. S. Ar
nold, James Sweeny, Geo. H. Reidur, A. W.
Moore and J. D. Lutz
Iffiddletown.—V. B. Beane, J. D. Laverty, B
Dii~jlin.—J. W. Whitcom, John Fuller.
Lower Paxton.—W. B:Allen D. E. Reichart,
John C. Forney, Jos. J. Eichelhart.
Susquehanna.—J. W. Fisher, Adam Hoffman,
Jos. A. Stober, M. F. Raysor.
Swedara.-11. J. Mumnia, E S. Engle, S. H.
Brenner, J. B. Felty, T. U. Worley, J. C.
Lower Swaiara.—J. B. Coble, W. A. Morning,
A. B Rupp, E. C. Irvin, G. Pennell.
Washington.—Henry H. Hoffman, Emanuel T.
Mutter, John H. McClain.
An adjourned meeting of the Dauphin County
Teachers'. Association was held in the Court
House on Friday evening, Dec. 27. There was
a reasonable attendance of teachers, and the
proceedings were fraught with much interest.
Mr. Wm. J. Lawrence was called to the chair,
and Jno. F. Houston, Esq., and J. Fisher were
appointed vice presidents, and J. B. Ewing,
The following resolutions and questions were
Mr. Ingram—let. Should the teachers hold
ing the county certificate, granted before the
standarl was raised, be re-examined?
Mr. Ewing-2d. Resolved, That it is necessary
to awaken in the patrons of our schools,
every possible means, an increased interest
in teachers' associations.
Mr. Rockafellow-3d. That pupils should not
be required to study out of school hours.
Prof. Brooks-4. Should pupils be induced to
study by prizes ?
Mr. A. Hoffman-5. Should there be corpo
real punishment in the school-room?
Mx. Zimmerman-6. Resolved, That the teach
er exerts more influence over the child than the
Messrs. Laverty, Laross, Ingram, Prof. Brooks,
Beane, D. W. Miller, Engle, Ewing, and A. Hoff
man, took part in the various discussions.
The meeting was a pleasant one, and all who
participated in the discussions exhibited a very
fair degree of ability.
BEING Pox rx ORDER.—Owing to some defici
ency in the ventilating arrangements of the
newcity lock-up beneath the Court House it has
only been' used in a few instances by the po
lice authorities. The attention of the Common
Council was directed to this deficiency, which
body, after viewing the premises, appointed a
committee to confer with the County Commis
sioners on the subject, and the result has been,
that within the last few weeks several very im
portant alterations have been made in the in
terior arrangements of the lock-up, rendering
the establishment not only completely healthy,
so far as ventilation is concerned, but a warm
and comfortable abode for the unfortunate class
of the community who will become its transient
DR. LUDWIG 31.BORINGER, one of the most
celebrated Opticians in this or any other country,
is now at the Jones' House, prepared either to
operate on the eye, or furnish glasses to those
whose sight is in a condition to need such opti
cal assistance. The spectacles which Dr. Hech
inger offers to the public are all manufactured
from the purest Brazilian crystal, and are su
perior, to any article in the spectacle line offered
by any other optician in the country. We
cheerfully recommend the public to Dr. Hech
inger. He can be found in his room at the
Jones' House at all hours of the day.
WE ARE PASSING AWAY.—The wick in the
lamp of time for 1861 is almost burned out, and
instead of peace and prosperity, rebellion rules
the day. A little while, and a true man steer
ing the ship of State will silence the rebellion
and arrive safe at the not distant harbor, and
then will arise from twenty millions of glad
hearts the exultant shout safe ! safe ! at last,
and if they do not purchase dry goods at Urich
8; Bowman's corner Front and Market streets,
it is not our fault. d3O.
Aft should read Prof. Wood's advertisemen
in another oolunin.
FINE OYSTERS. -Our friend Hoffman of the
city7restaurant, corner of Market street and Dew
bery alley lc just received a choice variety of
fresh oysters, which he will serve in that ie
cherche style for which his establishment is so
famous. Two fine saloons on the second story
for the accommodation of ladies.
WAR PRICES.—The undersigned offers the fol
lowing goods 25 per cent cheaper than can be
purchased in New York, Philadelphia, Harris
burg or elsewhere, via : 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 me,-t 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 manufactory, No 12 Market
street. Rooms next to Hummel & Killinger's
Funs! Puns!' FURS I —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
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
Together with a large lot of other Goods such
as Blankets, Shirt Breasts for 121 c., Satchels
Sontags, Alapacas, Paramattas, Sets of Sleeves
and Collars, and 200 Towels at 12c. Please call
at S. LEWY'S. delo
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES.
"Read the Colo ing certificate" from one of the first
ladies in Utica, N. Y., who called upon my agents lu that
city (Or. Wm. Bristol dt C 0.,) and told them that ;he, of
course, did not wish her name made public, but if any
one should doubt the wonderful efficiency of Ua. DuPON
co's Golden Pills, they might refer any Lady to her, as
she considered it a duty, as well as a ple tsar() ; to her
knowledn of their efficacy, as administered to her
daughter, a young ady 17 years old. ehe was fast go
ing Into eon- ,mptian—had taken cold—nature became
obstructed Two boxes of these Golden Pills entire
ly cured her, and she is now in robust health
were particular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicit directions uceomnanyirig etch box. Price tit.—
Snld wholesale and retail by O. A BANNveur, No. '2,
Jones Row, nil - C. K. Buttes, 91 Market street, Barris
burg, Pa. By s , -ailing either of them $1 00 throught he
Barris:burg Post Office the Pills will re sent confidentially
by mail to any part of the country; "free of postage."
N. B.—Look out for counterfeits. Buy no doideu
co any kind unless till box is signed S D. Howe. All
ethers is a base imposition and unsafe; therefore,
lon value your liven ...nd health, (to gay:nothing oi . be
ing humbugged out of your money,) tiny only 6 1. Chose
whit LORA' the Fignature or N. It. Howe en -very box
aclatmk of tilt: Pile.
insow The ingredients composing the
shove Pills are made known to every Ageut, an they
are safe, and will lierforat all rilitimett'erthein.
SOW also by, I'. I.• Lumberger, Lebanon; A. J. Ruud . -
INAO, MedialVeSbUrg ; It. - .larks, leWistown ; S. Elliott-
Curtis!! ; S. G. Wild, Newville ; J. C. Allick, Seippeus,
burg - J : 2 pongler, Ch truberstt , g ; E. T. miller,
J. A roll, ; S. S. Stevens. Re Ming ; and
I:. P. Hunter, Readiug, and by "ono oruggist" in every
town and vill-tge in the United States. and by
. . .
J. D. LAVERTY,
RLIZA A. BISHOP,
ANNIE M. HAYS,
HENRY G. SHEESLY,
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye Known
All others arc mere imitations, and shoatd be avoided
tryou wish to escape ri
GREY. RED ~ 412 RD'S :LT oyed iostantly to a
beaurOul and natural B.own or Blae without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
YIP ikEN LAGS AND DIPLOMAS bvy, been awar
del to tVti. A. BATCHELOR Mire 18 9. and. over 200,000
applications irtve been made. to the hair of the patrons
or his famous Dye .
M. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be rlditingoished from nature and is WARRENTED
not to injure in the least, however long it m iv be contin
ued, and the ill , trams of bad D. es remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this spleudid Dye, which is prop
erly apidied at No. 16 fond Street New York.
sold all the Giles end [owes of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name "William A. Batchelor,"
and tuldres:a upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
sides of each box
HELIIROLMSESTR +CT BUCHU,
THE GRE tT DIURETIC•
HELNIBOLD'S EXTRACT RUCHU,
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
HELDBOLD'S EXTRACT DUCHU.
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
HELM BO E,D' , . l EST E: ACT BUC
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
And a Posiiive and Speciflo Remedy for Diseases of the
Bladder, lk Kidneys,
And all Diseases of the Urinary Organs.
See Advertisement in another column
send tor the Medicine at once.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
New School Presbyterian Hymnßooks
Old School Presbyterian Hymn Books.
Lutheran Hymn Books.
Methodist Hymn Books-
German Reformed Hymn Books.
In various styles of Binding can be had at
BERGNER'S BOOK STORE.
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEE_TNER,
WOULD respectfully inform his old
patrons and the public generally, that 13, wills.
continue to give instructions on the PIANO Ft :ItTE,
LODKON, VIOLIN and also in the science ca THOROUGH
BASS. Ho will veth pleasure wait upon pupils at their
numes at any hour desired, or :semis will be given a
his residence, in Third streat, Q. few doors below th
Garman Reformed Church. lectb-Att
(at old prices.)
Flannels, Ticking, Drillings,
hFFERS hid StirVlCeti to the Citi/311H 0
y Harrisburg and as ficini.y. He solicits snare o
the public patronage, and give, •issurance that his best
iindenvors shall be given to rend r satisfaction in his pro
fession. Being au old, weft tried • enlist, he feels safe io
uviting the public generally in call on him, assuring
hem that they will not he dissatisfied with his services,
piles No. idi Markel. street, in the house formerly ini-
Laiieeil by Jacob ft, eriv. seer the Untied i3tate,,, hotel,
FURS! FURS ! FURS! FURS !
Liberian Squirrel Furs,
Freucti BaUle Furs,
Favor Marten Furs,
Water %Link Furs.
CAPS. CUFFS AND IRIFF4, LARGE A.IB.)IITMENr,
Grcut bargams in th,setLool, Every article wart=
lad 1.0 be ,xa tly i.e. represeuied, at
CATHCART & B'eIOTHER,
DON Next to tue Harrisburg Bauk.
IJFLARI FOR. 1862.—A great variety
at exceeding low prices, Ac
kto tilifiFFEM BOOKSTOd.E.
A °AHD TO THE LADINA
S. D. ITO WE,
Sole Propricoor,. New York
HAIR DYE ! trAIP. DYE!!
Wm. Batchelor's Hair Dye I
Wholesale Factory, 81 Barclay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
Ginghams, Calicoes, Terißrigs,
All kinds of Domestic Goods,
A splendid Line of Shawls.
All kinds of Men and Boys wear,
In great variety to be found a
no v 4
DR. T. J. MILES,
BRANT'S HALL !
LAST NIGHT OF
THE GREAT HOLIDAY
This (Monday) Evening, Dec. 30th.
TUESDAY EVENING, DEC. 31.
FRIENDSHIP FIRE COMPANY.
New Years Night a Great Bill!
Doors open at 6i. Commences at 71.
BOOKS FOR CHILDREN!
A new and large asBortment of BOOKS suit
1-1_ able for Children, has just been opened at
BERGNER'S BOOKSTORE. Among the assort
ment will be found an undies variety of
Indestructible Pleasure Books with
A full assortment of these popular Children's
Books printed on fine linen, consisting of
Stories from the Scriptures—Ruth,
Stories from the Scriptures—David,
Stories-from the Scriptures—Samson,
Childs Pictorial Reader,
House that Jack Built,
Cock Robin and Jenny Wren,
Old Woman and Pig,
Farmer Boy's Alphabet, or
"Speed the Plough,"
Old Mother Hubbard,
Little Man and Maid,
Jenny Wren, &c., &c.
In addition to the above I have a large as
sortment of bound JUVENILE BOOKS.
BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS &c.
BIBLES for 37 cents,
BIBLES for 50 cents,
BIBLES tor 75 cents,
BIBLES for $l,
BIBLE.; for $1 25,
BIBLES for $1 50,
BIBLES for $2,
- BIBLES for $3,
BIBLES for $4,
BIBLES for $5,
BIBLES for $6,
BIBLES for $7,
BIBLES for $B,
BIBLES for $lO,
BIBLES for $l5,
BIBLE- , for $25
PRAYER BOOKS AT ALL PRICES.
All the latest Books published are daily re
ceived and sold at the lowest publishers rates
Examine the stock.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS 1
FINE VARIETY of Felected Goode
sunnble for Presents now open at HELLER'S 91
MARBLE MATCH STANDS.
MARBLE SEG AR STANDS.
MAR ISLE ASH-HOLDERS.
Toilet Cases, unfurnished,
Work Cases or Ladies Companions.
Splendid Double and Single Hand Mirrors.
13eautitul Powder Puff Boxes.
Handsome Shell Bacs.
All sizes, beet
Leather Traveling Satchels,
Satchels with Cuba Furniture,
A fine assortment of Ladies and Gents
Purses and Portmonaies.
A large lot of Fancy Balls,
A Fresh stock of that elegant
Also, with other articles not mentioned,
Pocket Knives, Thermorneters,
Canes, Portfolios, Card Cases,
Segar Cases, Segars, Pipes, Gum Tobacco,
Pouches, (double and single,)
And the largest and best stock of PEFIIIIIEBY
and TOILET ARTICLES in this market,
deli KELLEEt'S Drug and Fancy Store.
Cnt ii out, and
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY SUPPLIES
OFFICE OF COMMISSARY OF SUBSISTIENOR,
Harrisburg, Pa., Dec. 26, 1861.
PROPOSALS will be received at this office
until 12 o'clock, .M., the 2d day of January,
1862, for furnishing for the use of the United
States army, at such times and in such quanti
ties as may be required during the month of
January, the following Subsistence Stores, viz :
300 barrels Mess Pork.
500 " Extra Superfine Flour.
250 bushels first quality new white Beans,
in good dry barrels.
10,000 pounds prime Rice, in good flour bar
10,000 pounds prime Rio Coffee, in barrels.
20,000 " light yellow Sugar, in barrels.
500 gallons Vinegar.
500 " good Molasses or Syrup in bar
4,000 pounds good hard Soap, full weight.
Samples in boxes distinctly marked, to ac
company r roposals for all articles except meat.
All of the articles to be of the best quality,
securely packed, and in perfect order for trans
Bids will include packages and delivery at,
the Commissary's Stores at this place.
The meat will be inspected and passed upon
by parties from this office, on the part of the
All the Stores will be carefully inspected, and
compared with the retained samples.
Return'of weights signed by a public weigher
must be furnished whenever required-
Each bid must have a printed copy of the
advertisement pasted at its head, and must be
specific in complying with all the terms.
Payments to he made in such funds as may
be on hand. If none on hand, to be made as
soon as received.
Proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for Sub
sistence Stores," and directed to
CAPTAIN H. JONES BROOKE,
C. S. Vol. Ser. U. S. A.
DIARIES FUR 1862
fi'lliE largest and best selected assortment of
j_ DIARIES ever imported into this city can
be found at
GOLD PENS ! GOLD PENS !
HE largest and most varied assortment of
GOLD PENS is for sale at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE...
WALL PENS WARR/U.711W.
MASON'S "CHALLENGE BLACKING.'
100 Gross, assorted. sizes, just received, and for
an& us Wholesale prices,
BENEFIT OF THE
PARIAN MARBLE VASES
BERGNER'S Cheap Bookstore
WM DOCK, Jr., &Co
ALARGE ASSORTMENT OF HOLIDAY
GOODS, has just been opened at BERG
NER'S CHEAP BOOK STORE. Among the re
cent publications will be found—
UNEXCEPTIONABLE IN STYLE.
UNSURPASSED IN BEAUTY,
UNEQUALLED IN QUALITY,
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Albums bound to suit all tastes, in CLOTH.
WITH IMITATION MOROCCO,
WITH TURKEY ANTIQUE,
WITH VELVET AND GOLD,
WITH CARVED WOOD SIDES,
To Hold Twelve Cards,
To Hold Twenty Cards,
To Hold Thirty Cards,
To bold Forty Cards,
To Hold Fii ty Cards,
To Hold Sixty. Cards,
To Hold Eighty Cards,
To Hold One Hundred Cards,
To Hold Two Hundred Cards,
From SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS
To TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS.
GIFTS FOR THE HOLLIDAY&
THE LARGEST AND MOST VARIED
STOCK OF RARE CONFECTIONS,
OF THE FINEST QUALITY
NOW BEADY FOB THE PUBLIC.
CHOICE MIXED SUGAR PLUMS,
Put up neatly in boxes, from one.to five pounds.
FINE CHOCOLATE CONFECTIONS,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
A BRILLIANT IMPORTATION
OF RICH FANCY BOXES.
STEPHEN F. WHITMAN,
No. 1210, Market street,
TO THE YOUNG MEN OF PENN'A.
HA VING been authorized to recruit a
Regiment for the Volunteer service of Pennsylva
nia we have conutudeti to make It a regiment of "than)
hooters"—r.fienlen--reerua d from the State at torte .
We want TEN good able bodied young men Irom each
county, so as to have every pmtion of till State fully
and equally represented.
Those desirous °fly:Tying' their country, of fighting u oder
and tor our good old FLAG, have new a epleodiel oppor—
tunity offore ; them We intend to make this a "CRaCK
Bt.GIABNC ;" if possible the best in the service of our
noble Commonwealth. G od substantial uniform • will
he iurnished as soon as the men reach Cam.) god a e
swore Into toe s,rrice. Tie Regiment will be armed
with Mum or ENFIELD J-IFLES alt ..SABER Parox.r.vs. Thoze
de-irtng to enlist, as nosi ively ork.y TEN will he taken
from each enmity' in the Suite, Lad belts mport imme
aoy, Rine alter the ;WM of lie,emblr to W W.
drown, Harrisburg, Pa. any or ad. eo rum oul Cave ti; from
(Lamm counties Well be answered speedily nil cool:bleu
W.W. 88 , , WN, Beet dn.
P• papers favorable to the cause will pledge
copy. den' d4w
PORT FOLIOS I
And a general assortment of
FANCY GOODS •
have just been received at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
"THE PEN MIGHTIER THAN THE
IHE LARGEST STOCK,
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STYLES AND PATTERNS
Gold and Silver Pencil and Pen
In the market, is to be found at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
PaLBERVE YOUR LEATHER
KEEP YOUR FEET DRY.
ONE BOX OF FRANK MILLER'S.
WATER PROOF OIL ! BLACKING
WILL LAST A` OUT-000R MAN ONE YEAR,
,COST 25 CENTS,-VS,
AND save more than four times its coil
~(1. in the durability of leather, and greatly contribute
to healttr aad comfort. •
FOR HARNESS. see inside Label on the cover of large
For sale in Harrisburg by D. W. Gross &Co , No. 19
Market street; Boy & kunzle corner of Fifth and Mar
-1 ket streets ; Wm. Dick, Jr., &Co , Marko t street Jacob
Bnehler,No. 29, Second street, anti J. C. Kimball, Mar
ket air et.
NOW IS THE TIME FOR •CHEAP GOODS,
SUITABLE FOR T 13.5. HOLIDAYS.
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS from 6jic:
upwards. Beautiful Linen Setts, sleeves and Col
lars 25c. upwards. Cambric setts all prices. Cambric
Collars from 15c: to $l, Cheap. ' Fine linen: Collars 126.
wool Nnbies, Scarfs, Sontass; Sleeves,.teggings, Mitts,
Gloves, Wool, Cotton and Aterino Huse for
: Ladies' and
children all prices. Worked Elanit:urchiets, Woul skat
ing Cape for children; Cologne's, Extract's, Ox Marrow
Pomade, Silk Velvets; Wool Yarn, Buct - skin blaulitletts,
Sack Flannels, Calicos, Giugtiam, Muaina, Be., &0., us
PEARSON'S. Cheap Store, No. 12, Market Square, one
door above Felix's Confectionary, Harrisburg, Pa.
ANOTHER NEW STOCK
Portable Writing , Desks,
and a general assortment of
Call at •
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
A FINE LOT OF SUPERIOR
MADE of Good Tobacco, and from one
to two years old, of my own manufacture. A fine
lot of choice Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Pipes, Snufi
and a large variety of other articles constantly on hau
tur sale wholesale and retail. Thankful - for former pat
ronage, I hope by strict attention to tiusinesi3 to receive a
liberal share of the trade,
A line Bnkoking Room attached, where customers may
lay back and test my Sugars and Tel:acne.
Don't forget tile window with the Snip in it; that a the
place to buy your Tobacco ana ‘e..f.ars. North Market
:,,,Inare above market street, Hirranarg.
1861.—dam NM. WYHOFF.
A large collection of BOOKS suitable for
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS has just been re
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
1,000,000 ENVELOPES !
AN immense stock of ENVELOPES of every
size is now opening at
BERUrNEit'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
Qutte a va.iety of useful
auLt enteriainn. articles—cueap—at
u'LO SHE FIRS •OOKSTOR-
ULLILLEI6 CAMP kiIaLYAINIUN. A
0v veryc-rivenient VI/AUAug D.!ers. • also, Plattelice,
memorandum Books, ronmonnaaes
n2O SCHEFTER'S BOOKSTORE.
NIC HO LS & BOWMAN having just re
tinned from the Ei.st with au extensive and wel
selected moos - of goods purchased fir cash, respec fully
invite the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity to call and
examine their New Goods at the old etaud formerly cm
copied by V. Hummel, corner Front and M.rrket streets,
Harrisburg, Pa. Prices as low as any other house.
COFFEE, Green and Browned ;
SUGAR of all grades ;
MOLASSES and Choice Syrups_;
FLOUR, in Barrels and Sack ;
BUCK-WHEAT and CORN-MEAL;
RICE, BEANS: POTATOES ;
FISH, of all kinds;
SALT, Coarse and fine ;
OIL, Coal Oil and Whale Oil ;
SPICES, all kinds Ground and Ungrour,d, fresh
from the Mill.
APPLES, Green and Dried ;
RAISINS, CURRENTS, NUTS,
SOAPS, Common and Fancy ;
WILLOW and CEDAR-WARE ;
CIGARS, best of Imported Brands;
TOBACCO, Smoking and Chew
QUEEN SWAMI ! QUEENSWARE I
extensive assortment of all styles, and patterns and
prices. Call and examine our Stock of Goods at the
Wholesale and Retail Grocery, Fruit and Provision Store,
corner Front and Market streat, Harrisburg, Pa
Country Produce taken
ATTRACTIONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
A large and fresh assortment of Goods,
..i , uitable for presents, among which will be foun d
A splendid stock of Furs, (all kinds lust made.)
A large line of Embroidered Collars dleeves,
A great variety of Shawls, (at low prices.)
A lot of New -lib. s—D•ess Goods, &c., &c.,
Every kind of Ladies, Gems, and Misses
Gaunt lefts and Gloves,
Ladies and Gents 11.ik —large sock,
Gents Cravats, Neck Ties, Wows, &c.,
Ladies, Gents and Misses Kid Gloves,
Nobles, Caps. l eggins, Armlets, &o.
.6. LARGE ADDITION HAS BEEN MADE TO
OUR STOCK OF MOURNING GOODS.
Bargains in Goods of all kinds can be had at
No. 14 Market Square,
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
COAL! COAL ! !
$3, AND $2 25 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
0. D. FORSTER,
IFFICE No. 74, Market Street, yard on
i L y the Canal, foot of North street, Wholesale and Re
tail dealer in
BROAD 70P COAL
Famlies and Dealers may rely upon obtaining a first-rate
article, and full weight, at the lowest rate , . Orders
promptly attended to. A liberal ./i300(112t made to pur
chasers paying for the coal when ordered.
Present price, 83 and $2 26 per ton.
Harrisburg, Oct. 25.—03 in
NEW CLOTHING STORE.
SHELLENBERGER & BROTHER,
NO. 80 MARKET STREET
(Room formerly occupied by the Postotrice.)
fp:LE undsrsigned have just opened a
new and large assortment of toe lateit styles of
clothing. We are also peel area to maeufacture to order
ad kinds of Gents Wear cut to the latest style= an I lash
inns. We have always on Nana a large stock of Ready
made clothing and Gentleman's Forel.; ulna Goods.
nog-am - R. SdELLNNBE Bib
SOLDIERS' NICK HACK'S,
F OR Sale at
SELLER'S DRUG A.ND FANCY STORE
Camp Writing Cases,
Needle or Sexing Cases,
Shaving or R-azor Cases,
Pocket Ink Stands,
India Bub ter Tobacco Pouches,
Wicker, Leather & Platina Flasks,
Leather Drinking Caps.
Pena, Penh°liars, Pendia, °and r, andEnvelapee.
Soldiers wilt see at a glance teat the place to get an
outfit in small wires is at Na 91, Market street,
Sar See "Fort Pickens" in the window.
FOR SEWING MACHINES.
JONAS BROOK. & BRO'S
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL COTTON,
200 62 540 YDS. WHILE, BLAU% cf COLORMD.
pHIS thread being made particularly for
L eewicg Machines, Is vErtY *STRUNG, SMOOTH AND
ELASTIC. Its strength is not impaired by washing, nor
by frietaoci of the needle. r'or Machines, use Brooks'
FOR UPPER THREAD,
and Brooks Patent Six Cord, And Ticket,
FOR UNDER THREAD,
Sold by respectable dealers througliou the country.—
' Also, IN WO Of 100 IS .ass &AXEL, ASSJSTED NOS , by
WM. HENRY MILLI, Sole Agent.
no9•d6m 56 Vesey street, New York.
COAL ! ! I
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DENVER'S
COAL BY THE PATENT NIttIIGH CARTS.
SE Weight Carts are certified by the
j_ Sealer of Weights and. iideasure.s. Consumers oan
weigh their coal at their own doers. ' It is of grest
pertance during these hard times or, every one to know
that they GET Tit Slit FULL HONEST WEIGHT.
A large supply of Coal always to be found on hand,
LYKENS VALLEY all sizes.
BALTE. CO'S WiLKSBAHRE, all sizes.
LOMBERRY COAL, (the genuine article,)
Sold by the car load or single ton .
All coal of the best quality, delivered free from all iM
pnritieB eT NUM TO striT THE VIM, by the boat or
load, single, half or third of tons and by tne bushel.
JAMES at. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, Nov. 6, 1861.—y
Harrisburg Blind Manufactory.
SECOND STREET BELOW CHESTNUT.
YENITIAN BLINDS made to order, and
all repairing neatly and expeditiously done. Per
sons'at a distance can nave their work done by addres
sing a letter to the undersigned. Thankful for past pat
ronage he hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit
a continuance of the same. igirßitisfaution guaranteed
both asto prices and work„..Vg
A. R. SHARP.III
Users, gnus, &0.,
Suitable for Mince Pies for sole low by
de6 W DUCK, JR., St CO
HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, CLOTH, HAT,
LATHER mad INFANT BHUSHE' 4 , In great variety
hNLLEIDN DRUG AND t•ANLY &PURE.
-NATHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALER
in confectionery, Foreign and Domestic Frail.—
Situ, Dates, Prunes, animas and Nuts of all kinds.—
Fresh and is b, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Spices, To.
baseo, Segars and Country Produce at general, Market
street, next door to fence House, also o..x.ier Third and
,et2B-dsm JOHN WISE.
NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
LBS. F MIL B
4,500 WateaT FLOUR (Extra) in in and
'Lois rkt6a. Tun quality is very s uperiur, having bens. 00-
se.kec Rd expressly ior our retsd trade. OF sale low by
noll WIS. DOCK., Jr., is Co.
PO Wl' FOLIOS—WRITING DESKS.
AN entire new assortment of these useful ar_
ticks just opened at
BEUGNEtt'S Cheap Bookstore,
HAY 1 HAY 1 I—Superior balea Hay
for side by
D Yr; !—Tne I.igest and best
swex, Irum $l.OO 1,,t4 U —wwfaukul--4
fr ELI,LR'6 LIUJG 6TOR 11: is the piece
jitL ii to find anythniginthe wry Perfumery.,
JAMES M. WHEELER