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Signing, January 3, Ib6l.
wevrso.—Several members of the next le
•LI hoe already arrived in the city, and
for the winter. Others will
every train of cars, and by g
we presume every member will be :
to respond to the roll call next:
: on loud
EXPF.BILTeED tfemendous storm of wind
tltsday night, which. shook tenenants,
i „1,4 fluia trees, tattered awnings, sland
. e I window blintters, and prodne:ed-a
hit tvr generally eo as to make Syelp
t out of the question, The effect _.of.:the
au pawnt rkxt morning in the iner6tised
v ,of the temperature, renderin' shawls,
curl fires very agreeable:mu..
iNN,ILVANIA BlaplOAD COMPANY are
I mg immense quantities of freight,
Ait Outs in Indiana and Illinois:
%adults article*. shippeiTfor ThilaL
11,,tvy guns and bombalnils, menu
.it I.lttsburg. Islo less ths4 nye large
ot the last named implements of war :
o w st.st Philadelphia depntyes!erday,: -
~,,i ;he Navy Yards •in Philadelphia
yo, V , . 1,
r PRAYER FOR 1862.—The Com.
the Foreign Evangelical Alliance,
,„.1 of distinguished persona from most of
,luinem denominations of Christendom,
r elJehed their annual circular, reecluk..
1 ,; the observance of the first Week in
1 %, as a season of prayer ter the con
of the world. A similar season wee ob 7.
ut the commencement of the past year,
Lay, by the different denominations, with
.11,able degree of unanimity . and profit,
I . proposed that a like method of, proceed
pursued at the opening of the present
.5,T.3 or TUIPERANCIL-At the last stated
g of State Capital Section No. 21, Ca4ets
nperauce, the following a officer`er, were,
to serve the ensuing term : W. P., G.
Igton Fenn ; 2d P., William T. Bishop,
A., Charles W. Maurer, V. A., Charles.
prier ; T., James V. Fenn; A. T., John
Is, Jr.; ii., C. Warren Rowan : A. S., D.
Budd ; G., Jacob A. Steinman:, 11.,
1 A. Krichbaum ; W., John S. Detweiler;
. Andrew J. Mcßeynolds ; C. S., G. Wash-
Fenn. Representatives to P. W. A. D.
i Philadelphia, G. W. ,Fenn and W. T.
jr. The section is in a flourishing cco,ndi
liTERS BY STEAM" are the last luxury.
At, iiterprising genius 110 hit upon a plan by
they are cooked by
,steaxn, in the shell,
retaining all their juices; and puffing up like
d uglinuts in the operation. How they cut,
atttw,lrit;, may bo imagined, but cannotbede
aeriii d. A cotemporary says that they go dobn
tht throat like oysters first fattened ;and then
spiritualized, and the taste lingers on the'palate
like the memory of the fast kiss given us by a
pretty little girl 3vitk brown curls, Iken we
were seventeen. The sublime of luxury inoy
sters, and really worthy of a patent of nobility
to the discoverer, as a new glory to the palate,
they are at the same time supplied at about half
the cost of the same oysters prepared in any,
other manner. Which one of our enterprising
Restauranters will be the first to supply us
with this new luxury ?
Potacz—Before the Mayor.—James ld'Manus
and James ld'Cleester, were arraigned, charged
with creating a disturbance in the Grotto Con
cert Hall, Exchange, during the performances
Wednesday night. ld'Clester was: bound over
in the sum of &100; and in defanit of bail
IV Mantis was recommitted.
Geo. W. Poist was up charged with attempt
ing to release M'Cleester and hillauttafomt,ttte
lock-up, and in default of ss9oliiiii WBB ricotta.-
Pat Daugherty, a soldier of the /11:Ith regi
meut, was arraigned charged ,wtth> etealizifi
coat from the store of Mr. Liveogooltr-Wke'"
street. Committed to answer. -
Joseph Davis—also a soldier of the 110th—
was arraigned for interfering with the officer
who arrested Daugherty. DischiFteAL.:
Charles Wilson and Stephen 4 111L'OhniheY • also
soldiers of the 110th regiment, were arraigned
for drunkenness and disorderly condiiet;'and
assaulting officer Campbell, who made. the as‘!:
rest. Sent to prison for thirty days.
Otni errs Mancuanra.—The following should
bare been attached to the article in last oven
ing TELEGRAPH, in reference to our oitl men
chants, but was accidently mislaid : -
DRI: 1 00, rrartarratr,, bo.
We doubt if there is a town in the interior of
the State that can boast of more extensive, inure
admirably arranged, or more beautiful drug
stores than those of Messrs. Gross & Co., Keller
sad Bannvart, all in Market street, in this city.
At these establishments everything in the ma
lota medica may be found, together wirh the
theicests brands of Began, tobacco, soaps, cos
metics, perfumery, Pen-knives, ladies satchels,
s ad a host of other little gim-cracks, all useful
is their way, an admirably adapted as presents
for either ladies or gentlemen. Their stock is
large, and was evidently selecte4 with much
care, so that iroirr readers pnrchaie an articles
ateither of these establishments they may be sure
that they are getting the worth of their money.
Their prices, too, haie been reduced to suit the
which fact sUnild of itttelf be a sufficient
Iw /uteri:tent to give their establishments a call,
Boort AP- 81 0 11 4:
'Sow that the reader has_ provided himself
nth prnper clothing, and cosmetics and hair
°ll 14 t his " Upper works," he alionia , exiimlne
bout °l igtock of feet-gear, and ascertain iflt
of wore off • heela are dt comp Anions frr his
nor Clothing. 'llrow them aside,
torn pair of boboots;shoe'. or gairgnkiof
er Pecoild and Want arrets;,
Nato Us) extreme point of nicety.
Tool Poastssioisr,—TheA'eruldiratila Railroad .
C om pany took POeismaldn'iethlenlaiof the Phil'.
adelphia and Erie - Railinad,., J. icaribaert,
Esq., succeeds Edward F . 164.: aideiki3L
ra j superintendent of the Western Division
No changes will be ?rui4e in local officers.
SOLDIER VLSITS.—We hkre had the pleasure
recently of taking soyaratof our soldiers by the
hand who are in the Virginia service. They
look hearty, and the beet of all is they are
fond of the life of ajohlier _ender Uncle Sam,
as they all agree beimivides their wants with
everything necessary their comfort. _
FLAG PneszeTsvm.-:-Col. Lewis' regiment
was presented %rip one of the State flag s
yesterday by his Excellency Gov. Curtin.: "The
presentation ceremonies .tixtk place at CAMP
Curtin, and are d4seritsid as being very interest
ing fOr WillitunepoO, and,via HagendOwn.
I, tees or Cot. 14rdi.,-;=The Philadelphia
Inquirer naterdaytireserititi4ts readers a wood
ing. .The-regimerit-expectailto-leave last even
ed, 'representing it :to be, a' likeness of Cot
Fabe,.. The C'olimella ibritve soldier,. and was
severely wqnnded3n the late battle at;Dranes
villo„Lbut itis a libel Opori his fair fame to be
refni*Mted by an old wood ant which may hays
been :nod for some criminal: The picture does
pot.l* the least resemblance to the gallant;
SINGUIAB. BaBBILOB.-A few dayi ago a
youngclergyman named Willard, of ,LoraM
coon , Ohk, wrote to:a gentle Men Cleve-.
land; confiding to tam the plan of his- contem
plated imuitage. The bride elect' desired that
the nuptial tie should be joined by her pastor,
the Rev, Gorge Gordon, and, BS the latter is now
in jail at Cleveland, serving out a . sentence for
sidiniend abetting the escape :of ii:: fugitive
tilave,it Was found necessary that the taidal party
siseuld see him there for the pUrposeof •having
the ceremony performed. They' accordingly
started for Cleveland on Christmas Day, and,
on arriving atthe jail, were soon raft 4, man and
Wife. "The ceremony is said to have been. very
affecting, and deep interest was'Manifested In
the pride, who, moved by holy Oupiffhy, and
regard, for principle, left her home .; a44:the
ciaof,family,connections for a stra nge city, and
sought the frowning jail, because
„ it contained .
her beloved P'eator; andin that' grated 'reeepta
cle of vicious men and vile women began her
course as a wife.
Btruii oa 3m. DAVIS.—On. aii211:1138 eve,
says the Lebanon Courier, an individual who has
great Nth in Supernattirel agencieti, undertook
to cast a bullet that eliouldkill Jeff. Davis,' at
a cross road, in the neighborhood of Jonestown.
He made all his preparations, fixed his furnace,
drew the .magio circle, arid was moving along
"all.right," when an explosion look place in
'datum** .as if potodes haitates settesaled there ;
frightful creatures with horns and ghastly
adornments gathered around his circle, spout
ing fire at him, and the whole scene seemed as
if Pandemonium was on an earthly jubilee.—
The knees of our patriotic friend began to
quake, his blood chilled, and not being able to,
withstand -the terrors longer, he,lnnkrn 6 9 4 i m Ark
for town, pursued for somedistce bythe fiery
demons hatleeale te. hrisev . 9jP4l He arrived
in Jonestown apeeeldisiend almost helpless,no
doubt willing that Jeff should live rather than
deal to get a bullet to kill him. Whether his
totmenters were agents of= the old' fellow with
hoofs and horns, or some-mischievous chaps in
the neighborhood, there :nor be a difference of
WIT AND WISIDOX.-r-TO:bliklie & business im
pussibim„,is the way...tp xt4e,..k0c0,. : 11Q7 gu.u?r.
feasible projects ha v e zits:tarried, 'through" 'des
pondency, and been strangled in the birth by a
to India, sir ? Oh, then I. couldn't hfrn, sir.
Not out o' , 4ngland, sir. No Why, I
shoubirtever see him: agin, ten to one—and
he's a regular hannuity to mer ..Nobility ,
of birth is like a cipher ; it has no power in it
, self, like wealth or
_talent, but it tells, with all
the power of a cipher when added to either of,
the other tw0....0f unwise admiratiiin much
may be, hoped, for mach 'goodie . really in it,
but unwise contempt is itself a negation; noth
ing can come of it, for it fs nothing. "Olt,
my friend," said a doctor to an Disk patient,
"be composed; we must all die.once." "And
it's that that vexes me," raplied Pat. "If I
could die half a dozen timee'rd not care a cent
about this time." ....Somebody opeu remarked
that - the FA;WM= is nem hakiy but when
he is miserable ; the .BnOtdinian is , never at
home hut when he is abrgad.; arid the•lxisl"'
if ever at peace but when haia- fi g4fil4.... A
gr n one , who had crossed t he Atlantic, told a
it4rjr of 'a storm, when the' rain poured down
M;such. torrents, that the ocean rose six inches,
!Iliere's uo mistake ? " said . . he, ”because. the
giltairi ;kept a malt= the lido of the' vessel."
Bxamatai.47-, The "Skating. Club," composed
of young .ladles and gentlemen, to which we
aliudad.* fevedaye ago; was out in all its glory
yesterday: Sops(if:tbe ;Pude members are
quite expert in the MO of the " Irons," and roll
out " high dutoh" with the ease and elegance
of . , old, profession*. A few of ibe ladies
Mao skated :remarkably well,' and will, with a
little Mora practice, henble to,c2m.ilete =CONS"
fully in this =Nitrating art with their sex
of Philadelphia, New York or BoiNn. In this
connectiqn•we:iiiopeml a few of the Most useful
"hints to =liters," taken from Hall's Journal of
1 14 44: .
Avoid skates which are strapped on the feet,
as they prevent tbe circulation, and the foot
frozen before the skater is aware of it,
because the tight draping' benumbs the foot
and deprives it of feeling..
it is not the object so much to skate feet as
to skate gracefully • and that is sooner and
more easily learned ' by skating with.delibeta
tion ; while it prevents over-heatipg,-441.7
os too soon a ft erw
mblishes the chances of taking cold by ize°u
Never carry anything in the mouth while
skating, nor 43 4 hard substance hz. the hand.;•
nor throw anything on the ice ; none but a
salvias, reckless ignoramus would thus endan
. !Always keep yotft eyes sbout yon, looking
,ttnd: VlPWardzi.n,Qtbn the. that 4 9 :sii
.11411:Airr against. • some lady , child:olk
A GIXOD SoNia.- 7 -;Wo:commend to fp
aong, to a popular inns; good
7mth an. 4 p mm 4, "Upiofi. aeatijneptti : :
that. is 41 '
- irhiuntier buititi; dab
piece its dedicated by permiadon to OoI.IS. A.
Union—Right or Wrong•
Respectfully Inscribed b . ) Col. S A. Meredie
Regiment, P. V
BY D. .J. DIPSHON
An 7 Gay and Happy
We're the boys that's tree and loyal
''o the banner ofthe Free ;
We may sail through-seas of trial,
But we'll 'reach Fort Victory.
Caortirs.—Then let ,yotikyiticep join inihe song,
We're for the Union, right oriwroog—
. For the:Union, for the Union-7-
We're fOr:theNnion, right or ;wrong
Well we mlnd : Oe.olden story ;
Freedom's planet i s not set ;
And '4. , e will, in all gift,
46p the ell Flag flying yet.
If thd 13iiion's lirchig . vre'lLtiglit it,
If it's right we will defend- - - -
Andif we'll fight. Treason rise ght. !t
T6:the bitter, bloody end.
:OM:onus. t •
Still our flag shall wave hi glary,
*um many a famous field ;•
Or w off ell oa rna us . ke the ii
. aleor d.
Freedom's tree bath livediid flourished,
gear and stately, eighty years • ''- -
In ita YOuth.'twas fed ancFnotifiled°--
Wit V -a nation's blood and rms.
Shall that patriot blood be.wisted ?
Shall the star of Freedom set?
No—by all the wrongs We've tasted,
. We'll ,preserie our country yet.
CAKE. Crams, Harrisburg, Pa:
GroUo . ime: Ball, Exchange EniltEng, Walnut
atr9et.--SOngs, Dancing, etc., etc., ,very fanny.
, t. . •
&runup's Orusa.—A staving Spiegramnie- of
entertainment is out for to night's performance
tianfoid'e.bperS, Brant's'l3.4 .go early and
secure goZoil . " • r. •
. Dnismarrioa.—ahe firm of A. liainmel4_op.
has been diwived.: The bisingst bp.oak:
riedon at the - old stand by :tab
MEETING of THE LEGISLETOBIL — Our State
_which convenes on Tuesday next
will add a large number of persctssj9.our thskt
ing population; 'Mid' te %id 'Seedy , Men irt "14 -
invite their special-attention-to the -cheap ave
nue.of replenishing their wardrobes;44.s The
large stock of &tithe; cassimeres ands' tings at
Urich 44c Sown:6M's; corner of Frotttlnd Market
streets, , • • • • 71 j 2,
, Fuss I Furtsl; ruse !—We ha 'e • Taceived
new supply of Furs, Muffs and Far Capes, from
12,50 up to $l2, a largetossortment Af... Cloaks
$ 2 , 50 up to;$8i: • .
25 doz. Hoop Skirts at 500, 769;.541)Q,
60 doz. of Undershirts and Dom)* white
and grey mixed.
50 dos. of white ribbed Stockings ' * 16c Dio
17c. •.(i• •• ".11
40 po. of white, yellow and red"iillannel„,,a
100 doz. of Men's woolen Sockits.4.4.ll Rice".
20 pc. of as,antiful , Siournitigt; potaintssi
black, end: purple. • •;
100 dos. Lady's Linen Pocket HandkercLiefS
Together with 4a! large lot of other!, gfiXids:
as Blanketi,,bbirt Breasts for niq.„, &deb*
60xita g s,:Amapapao—Pwapiattege6likstootaitiain.
atia-cothm, and 200 ToWnbrat - 120: -- Pleastroalk
at S. LEWY'S. ; ; •
,; '.;: • del°
WAR Paioss.—The undersigned offers the fol
loiving goi 26 pei cent than
i Itiktv yot, Phi
Inirg ove, hang, vi ii Shirt U 7—
Ulf hose, jackets, overalls, muffins, night
shirts, undezi6463,,drawei . ii and shirt t opoma ;
alio ladies' callars; - didrifettit under-gainients,
&q., ?cc. Thq aboinigoods being my own mann
fenture, I Ili:time:Aid) them ` durability,
terial, &o. All of the above, goods I Will, make
to order or frommaple Please Vend' 'Your
.order it will meet AiitA promptness and
• - .
miss; and a oia flegydiranteed. -
IN. B. Always on haiid a large riatortment of
Irish linens. • Please call - ;Eakd..iatisfY.„ YuPT
selves of the' fact at
bare cheap shirt manufictory, No l'2 Market
street. Rooms nett to „Hummel & Billinger's
gnacery store. •
Ars should read Prof. Wood's adyntisertun4
another column. ,
A OARD TO THILLADUIN
OR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS. FOR FEMALES
"Read the folk) 4Mg certificate' , " from °meet the dra
indicts in Utica, N. Y., who called Minn My. agentillif that
AO (Mr. Wm. Bristol ikikr:,) and told them 'disk sheef
course, did not whir , her name Made public; bUt if any
ode should doubt`the aronlerful isillotericy:Of Ds: Duras
oh Golden Pills, they might refer anyi.i.ady to 'barium
she considered it,e • duty, as eirell - M: it-sleaMire,:ln her
knowledge. of . Abele, efilowey, asnatlatered 0141.40 r
diughteri'iloing Lady lr years old. -Pheriris fiat go-•
ing into tarns umption—baiLtakenaixildature became
obstructed. Two_ boxes of , these Gold's Pills entire
ly cured. her, and one is now hi — r.bust healldi
.'.'We were particular In buying tbs. genuine. P.ulriind
explicit dl ectir9a arsion tcp. ' hok.,4eullW it.
Sold wholeitilit lir A.,t.batild,' No: 2;
Jones Row, md C. H. glassut, 91 Market ittigirdet
leers, Pa. , •By Sending either of.them 8100 throned he
Harrisburg Post Office the Pills will be eon. .
mil to any part otth ;
B.—Leak out for • 'Mellen Pills
, of, any kind- ilnlagliSbn:bbitisuidgamil.. D. Howe. Ail
others is a base .lutpssationi slid unsafe'' therefore, as
yOu value yontiivell and health, (to say nothing or be
ing humbugged . meet your money,). buy, 0*y...0f those,
who show the signature of S. D. BeMistriff every : box,
which hes recently been added sel. motietAtfAhill Pale
:being onnaterfelteb. Thp„ingsdientS•pflibPosing the
above Pills are made known to , e very heat, awl the
are safe, and will perform` all Cl - inied for them.
Sold also by, T. 1..-DiMbergeri Lebanon ; A. J. Banff.
Mecinuntsibusg ;'N. marks, Lewistown ; 8. Phial,-
Garbs° ; B. G. Wild, Newville ; J. C. Altick, Shilaiens,
burg ; J Spangler, Chambersburg ; S. T, xliteir,:xsor.;
J. 'A. Wolf, Wrightsville • S. 8. Stevihnißtiialig•;: and
P. Hunter, /Weal& 111,4-bii 'lone ertlffehtliin every
t °l "L and:l4llNA In 41?8,POISIts :FAS AY
"ii." D. MOWS,
'Bole Prorietor, New York.
e 8 4m
' HAIR •DY.4I. :11.414 DYE 1,1 -
Wm: . A. jlateleigrs - 11111r....Dye I •
The only Harmleile and Reiiiti)k Dye Itiowir i
All others are gem itnitatkons,.miti should be avoided
if you wish toifieafteCridigale; a t,l . t '.- irq' ...•-• -3- .. T
GRBY, MY OE BUSTY HAIR dyed' instantly to a
baullful and natural Brown or Blaos, without the least
ry to Hair or fitio, __,. LI .... _. 2 ,—• • • : ,
F - a - raNN latcD.LißterliD , IMPLustAmmays:ossauwar ,
deli to Wu. A. Balsa= sinm.lB.4,And over repo,
applications have beam made *elite hair 'of the patron's,
wit famous Dye:
. A. BATOHBWR'S HAM DYB produces -ar color
not to be distinguished from nature and is wammarum
not to Ii aren the least, however long it may be cornm
eal, and the ill tffects Of bad Dyes remedied. , - -The hair
vigreated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop ,
er applied et No. 16 dond Street New York
d id all tike sites and towns of t tio IThiteirfibitetcbf
Druggists and Fare* Goode Dealer's - - -.:._ •
The Genuine has the name ' , Willi.= A.' Datebekor,"
addresempon a 'lodinate engraving, on the hour ,
1 . 0'
-l"rk illia iii ... lIKIWN.J a4'
eelt-darY 0 4.13 49 3 ,TitrT4.r -
; Ng° lahvatiftwiti!.
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Nes! 'lletoral Edition %
Piet cirOi 1 Illustr4tioiks
Websger's .14 1
141121 y made in thai and has, am*:
others,pieortakeemegratatums of the,*
Barbpean, SagiraioAsttlement, BurshOt..-Block-ho•se,
8 nubs, Canuouiparritroade,akuushc4Chetatuxt , a-frltte,_
ULltolp. Limbed.; %Wirier. Martell,' r•Avor,ktoriar t - FortS,
culla, Savant!, )2e014 Star lona, kg- rtt
IC) other tngliefiAintionexy publialtiVirthht ootm
hal • fourth pert Of these.
BO AIM 578
Definitif Military Tei'>d~si:
A, the foregoing, and Abatis, AmbuTaniseilmblii4ei
AildiAbtsrlhnitado2o3W, 64CA - SPETA
t wo ,,,p_cher_de, haltalßro Cor aa.lllW, 14104 111 8 - 0 2 4
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OtraohoolPrestoiterkut Hymn Bt a.
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iffethodW *am, Mtblo•
In various skylee of .431nOteg can be had et
• 11E4eXiJ1'S BOOK. Sniii*.
I 01178 - FOR TEX, HOL.LLDA-IF
TnE iitetesi liiVAto4r PARTa:
STOU.K4W- RAVIXON ( FECTiOIia,
;.OPRIIE FIST W QUAIJITX ;.
NP.W, ARAD awg PUBLIC.
'OIIOIOE f:MLXIDP eUGAEL PLO• 1118,
'puty, boinli t from one to five pc!**
• FINE AikIOOOIXEE CONFECTIONS,
I •'*, I OBE O 'TAMMY.
TO P 7:410 VI/ 7 11:‘
'A IR.II.i.LIANT :HIMPURTA N
`QT'` icEr :VAI:I6Y BOXES.
der aim '
T.Ol-:.THE YOUNG MEN OF PENN'A.
V r A:ViNG - bnen -authorized - -to- reorttit --
Regknant for the Volunteer itorxioe orPonneylva
-41 poliirheigmeinded to make:ii Witillaintit of "sharp
zhotitara"—rdleaten—recruit d from the State at large.
• Wewebt Tint govninurnatim - ymt "Med - Triinf':ekov.
*thinly •tua *at° nave sootlop.irtiot.4 ut agate .ton# ,-
sonO: i ngaily.repreiantaa,
linage dentrciositaniiing their,oonntry.olAghtinkdpilFr,
add, toront pont oti - "Lao; tnarelefir W14)161014 po
tuntat ofttFin theta • •We Intend to Make this ii:gfift &OK •
RbtalINXZ;" 4f tßilesilllo.olo bait is the ser rice ot.oui7
nob te,Comwmawealth. aubsiaatit4;ittffittili?!9!.4.
hoikurnistied * e ion as ' the men mach Okra
- 51Xorn Into toes Hemet • Tee Regiment will be ar med;.
-arab. Math or NiinaLlitil7Ll3 Rasa EtamiNattl. Tho 4
0 - Ithaißtali.U l . 4. ,ontok 4n,ejy on .1 , lltimillimAalscaii.
frora.pimasppfilylia e dials, cad lmalr„qapOr i liAmpoyikr
atalyalirn* * too 20th.:of Dialthbpi r ...1.0.W . A::
tirowaryr,.Pdo. -Auf iikag4idailiiii Colin) libitum
itirmoaantbic mut b a anawere speedily ad 0 o rittenli
• w • B kOWN .
r.• —:#,lisowera - faiorible hallo!. muse wilt, phßw .
" deli ad*"
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Li/ ' ,
RAM No. 74 MarketZtreet,:yozd: on
~ . the ailial, tool er North street, Wholesale and ttst•
• deaterlh - '
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' • "'BROAD TOP GOAL
Fainlissand•Dealwe-may—rely-upoirobadniniva - Orst-rese
article, pd, fnO weigh . t o at ,the lotycat rates.: Orde . rn
Mtivadbatledlo. Vlrdefal vim:wont '
8 paying for the coal ?when derail
- resent price, $3 12'26 per ton .
B"Vall'uri0)0! ; , ;
pritTLEMENs' . WEAR.
A large; ihdOrtiniet of Bode& Shine and Drawers;
. . (ail dises,)
Beidletnens , Traveling Shawls cad Blankets,
: Every Kind of Beans Hosiery,.
4 Cloths, Qradmers, and Veetimps,
On great variety,)
- eake& Castimere NNW: Tles B Cravats,
Stock of Gloieri & Giuntlettk,
HANOI/FA Boos °Levin.
A Large Stook of these Goods, toneleat from can be
' found at , OATHCARVEI
_ d?pc,t,o the Ilaryi ..karg Bask.
NEW' DRESS GOODS:
Pliiiratid - Figiii& Reps,
Rich Figural:ball 'WOot Delaines,
Plain Merinoes and Cashmeres,
Fancy Xarls Drees Silks, •
Superior Plain Colored !Ness Silks,
Warranted Makes of plain black silks,
:New Styles Low Priced Delalnes
At CATHOART & BROTHER'S '
Nest door to the Harrisburg Batik Market, Square.
NEW CLOTHING STONE.
BiIELLENBERCIER ' & .BROTHER,
NO. 80 MARKET STREET.
(Room forme* moupied by the Rakoic)
tP HE, undersigned have , just ofiened.a
newitodlarge essortuteld or. the 'abut tepee of
alotWite. We are Wu papered to maidgeoti*e to order
sit kladead-Gleatalteer,4aLio.the lateststsdimaaB lash-
made. su •
noo-osm 414 . 1aN13111 RGIB k BRA
BtXXiNto MEET - 141477 01LESTNIIT.
VaNIZIAN,I3,I 4 DIDS madato caviar, and
y . all repairlog,neatly anti expeditinesly done. Per.
801 / 8 . 10 . a 413 , 1anc• can have WO work. One addres-.
sing a letter ie toe undersigned. Tkankral RIX 'Plat 1141..
rouge* bopesjoyatTipaainintion iktlllslllo0 1 / 4 to. merit
a aoaciaaanaeiar 44a aaqut.lairl34444 4o4 :guaraatee4:
both astoprioes and 4rcwkalitl
MIXQN MSS, •
Suitable for Mince Phistor t ' e=bL taCfi' "1-
TjAIR, TOOTH,.. NAIL, OIA)TH, ELAN,
Al_ LAMA oul INFANT - $ is FP 4 YarilitY
t DRUG AND FANCY MAK
WHOLESALE and- RETAIL DEALER
VV in confectionnoil o reirriaini Domestic Fruit..—
.Pip, Dates, Prune., Andenta. and . Mute ,kinda
reen , und tnitloiesoan, l auliiki34l . ingir t iattioins;
linißN Sugars and counties ; .p gea ; ingeneral e Market
Orme, next door In Doc/ Ainuloodep o z yrapr Third, and
'Walnut streets .i . . •
oel2B-460t, • JOHN MB*, .
argw BUCKWHEAT FL9 It
A AAA L'llB *".tfudic
m9urtrxy wain FLOURitliiitnerbf -126 isikd
26$ Oi4rj. Top4mility,lainkryaworku l 'm01(041414 st
selected Cipreialir 'tor - YorWe low by
PO ter••FOLIOB—WRIT 'D WEL
A N entire new etworatnentobtheaeneethl ar .
It ticks juskoPeneti, at
-NW:MBE'S Cheap 'Bookstore,
W' a tlr : ";AWit'uiggife
BO 018. i PORO tall) 11(111N.1
A - -new and large assortmetAbfßOOES 4 tdt ,; -
1 - k able fcirt - Chtldr i en; bag icon limit °Owed at
BEttGkrfIit'S.BOOKSTORIV Atatnnxitha assort
ment will be fount!: an undies , vtitiol.tif
1 1 1 . OV' •a 0 0 K. !
Indestructible: Treasure 'Books with
aeaortmre4, - of these poiiutar Children's
Books printed On-Taie linen, consisting of
Stifles frorafftlie Scripturei—Samsen,
lArothnithat Jack Built,
14in and Jenny Wreti, •
Okt - Atortiin and Fig,
• F 4 . iirßier!Boy's Alphabet'or
• il"llpeed the Plough,"
lad Mother Hubbard,
alttle Man and Maid,
. ..7?- 1 Little Bopeep, ::
";•:: ':- . : - - 7.' ' Jenny Wren, ie., &o.
inrufdition-to the 7.
ingr o p - ig, - p - k - Aympoo - Ac.
BIBLESzfor:4I7 cents, Et.:: fir . . . .
818 `',W 50 cents, ;-:f ::t= ':•"1'
E t s or fo 7 r 6 s czotat i it4 ...s i ti.
tiitiELE i for $1 ,:a 4 . 1
i - .IIiIBLES for watv, -
; 0 3-BIBLES 141541 4 ; v .... .
- ,,01 . ".." I BIBLES de Ilil. t ...
•:',.[ BIBLEISifoi44, .
-:- i 818 ''' : lid $6, ; .
ligillEVair $6, . .
'BIBLES for $B, ..
' .+i BIBLES for a%
:‘, 1. 1 .11818 LE for $26.
PRAYERBO( 4 .IIIB AT ALL .-- iI*S. • • -
All thafiet Books iftial'eti are &iffy re- .
ceived algtfaidd at the IntirOisublishers rates.
Examine tlie,a,tock. :4 ..,.:-, ~ . , I
I- - • ' '. :: GE.I):..BERXIVER.
•- • •
ONLY yiatW IN TOWN HAT DELIVERTS
THEMA:Weight Cart: e, certified by the
SealkA'reights andSeiltehr Consumer' can
weigh thth'ftailitt their ownidieve:- ID le of pleat lei-.
pertanne oiAigy these hart tOibieldeleyery one 14 knoll! .
that they i gge[ggsda rum
A fargostippy of Coal always ; tobe found on' hand;
LoKBEIM COAL, (thd dirnhleMr/IMI)
Sold.by-thenaiillidi or siagketolil , - •
best - quantypi - dderered - tree from al - par-ilia AT MONS TO BOW THI TOM, by the boat or car
I° ,l l .l l 4ff ie W t tirnfifrYrtf t initTgatU
FOR SE ra4:ol
‘`. etiii - Bitodtvi ".."
A. R. REWn'
TRIP thread being made particularly. foi
BLASTIC. Its strength is not unpaired by - wasiting,
by Welton of the needle. for ILacbines, uae Brass'
FOR UPPER THREAD,
and Brooke Patent Stx Cord, Red Ticket,
sou by respectable dealers thruesunht the counirp.—
Aso; nsiwsibiorr9o__ esluar. - gosTartiri - Trairs . to ,
non-dam 36 Veeey -tr. zfecef Ylrk.
:LATEST NEW 8
takottaVetootfittoodo • patch 14Cti , 441M8 Attima?nty.
melte the citnr aarridburr and Nr ac tof an d
011acitcot tbeooLN %tietale at the old coy. oo
ee l eee V. Wei 'bonier Praia ansl , ret otteeti,
Harrteburg, Pit.f,' prices as tow Levey ,Muse; •
SUGAR of all grades ;
Ti s, P FEr
a 1 kinds
SALT, Coarse and Rue ;
OIL, Call Oil and Whale 011;
SPICES, all Grouud ud Unground, free
•;nD- n. WI;
• Di . y
SOAPS, Common and Fancy •
Cllabee oFlmporte rands;
„ TOB O, 'Litman
. a 6kigil tz it 11
Oalir Vr'• wok,
fitetteveassortment of all styles, and patterns and
vier amitti $75 00 S rESRAGE ..... $BO 00
• ?0_nd0n.....180 OD do le_Lorolge....SBB, 00
gdr4rt.paqi .3.V.45155 i dot tewrarlir.n .
#4 ., • A.*, a., at equally low rates.
sa—rersons wishing na bring date/air friends life thy
steerage from Liverpool /140 00 from Queenstown,
use Steamers have seignior accommodations for
rgenand carry suparieuced i rna.aha t em are .
Watertight Iron Sections, firisgl
Ir a i rr a rrANteafFrialagslaUWlLlSLNL
nt,,22 Water treat Litt Glasgow to Will.
talliMfictitSTAKVlOn AlheeinitAi r d tiVPIPW.
D. ORYWOWO 8t CO. ; In LondonSAlsll , o l B & Ri5)074811
• Bonwse litam ; sVittrettiirA
• IiaGALIWA, n ,,,
Or 0.0. ztunnerm-zzenvitarruburg. -
sr PASSIINGJAkt.n epitiegoktfoiloWer of the
Secretary of State, al - ra ers loving the Unit
boett thoittiftWore . ' G. ..„
- 1 6, 3 4 libber
A Bubber4vidme., - •
EibbOr Rattles . • • • '
: l l'. let• u bak.:£4,l6 3. .g4pc4oiny,iiit.',
i ; R.E16:1144e.1013*AP 134501.43 M :
, • -
Plot' • "1r
Ei I --reartiay—irt .
bane to give Instracjkonapta i tZ Etrkag,
BON, VIOLIN irtit alsolait TDOROUtitb
I t h plum e wait 0000
uo Litt:intirnaw Lithdy Ilrail -, TtgrAti ll i .
1111±Ti . !deace, la TblrtVotaggS,OceL i tlCors below tb
I;ll.Eitfk. `Wit PI
i AY 1 ,1141441,Squalitiftobalaurellia
U kTit: 1 1 /20 ka Tamil ,-
400 " :I'ol 1.
. . _
, :ri3IFTS 1
.6 6 !... ~
PAT 4 I ST M S
. SINE' VARIETY of F. elected._ Goods
daTtit'VeTor Pieseuur - alien at -- RELEa n sin
PekRIAN MARBLE VAXES
MARBLE MATCH STANDS.
MARBLE SEGA R STANDS.
Di esFiug Cayes.
Shaving OMNI, •
Tuna. Cates, unfurniphed,
Splendid trottlicaningle Hand Mirrors.
Beautiful Powder Puff Boxes.
Handbome Shell l3a .4.
All sizes, beet
Leather Traveling Satchels,
Satchels with Cabe Furniture,
A fine assortment of Ladies and Gents
Purees and Portmonalea
A large lot of Fancy Balls,
A Fresh stock of that elegant
Also, with other articles not mentioned,
Picket Knives Thermometers, ------OenearPortfkioe -Card-Gases-,-
&gar Cases, &gars, l'ipoeirautarrobsoike,
..Pouctu s,.(double and single.)
And the Largest and best 13 took lot PEFUISERY
.and,TOILET ARTICLES In this Market.
.delB . . ZELLER'S Druz and Panay Store.
• A. LABOR -ASSOBTNEWT: OP -ifOLIDAI
GOODS, has just been opened, at l*Rii•
ITgeS goo BOOK goßt .A.mongthe‘,
oent publications will be found—
I PHOTOGRAPHIO ALB13116 1 :_
UNEXCEPTIONABLE IN STYLE.
UNSURPASSED IN •BsairY,
• uNEctuArTop IN 91:14LITY,
AT THE LOWEST. POSSIi4.B - ( Peaciii... ,
Albums bound to snit all tastes, iti.CLOT4 .
waft IMIX4aKiN MOROCCO, . ..1
WITH TURKEY ANTIQUE,
WITH VELVET AND GOLD,
• - wit's CARVED WOOD SIDES, .<
To . Hold Twelve Cards,
•To Elold Tivinty Cards,
- TolfuldTbirty Cards,
To fold Forty Cards,
To Hold lei tv Cards,
To. Hold Sixty Cards
To Hold Eighty Cards,
flt ßit ° oliWottiiltteetsil C a rla,
Erom SEV-11INTY-FLV h .CENTS • • • '
To WEN rY-PrirE DOLLARS.
VIIRACTIONS Tan THE 1191411131
2Futtatle for'preSenis, arnoug whi,34 will be roan d
ASadesedid ddiet. of Furs hal kinds lust .t 7
~" irlutga 4D u(i..iiiiiyhi;reii'ilair: . Bl;4*.it,
A kr.at. van !..)r u. ..Sliswis (at low pr. 063.)
A lot , t - t4t WNit' ill-D•b-Si4ebtli, 5i;144 . .."
E:ery baud of L.dies, Geuks, and ikiesss
bauck lens Ka 1 61^v0,.
Lddierilt”:l aeuta H kr. —lsale'soot.
41 t 2 : 3 es r ,leullel , 41 4- 11:1:1 9 1i . id
Nubto , &guts, trUilnUt, dd.
A.LARGE ADDITION RAS BEEN MADEITO7
OUR r+TOOK SiOlJaNlNut doOu
Bargotalln*o4,44 or 411x.,tithk ..au be, had at i, .
No 14 lit.ra. Square.
dilf w '" - ' Next do''rw tho Ha. ri,burg Bank
• • PORT POLaios t • _
fitITING Drligd, '
TRAVELING BAGS, •
And a general assortment of
bave just been received at
"fßii PAN iMiGH CIE& THAL
lug, LARGEST' ErrocK,
4HE MOST,. BiLiffikii: bTYLEB AXD PATigiNS
e old and Silver Pencil and Pen
In the market; 3s to oe iound at
BEIIGNAW , I3 OREA.P.BOOKSTOBIL
CgRIB- 1 ,44 5 PREI 3 PNTE4••; ;3
NOW 18 THE 21111 E FUB CLIZA2 GtO,9M
bUITABU; KM, Td 4101.11)011
INEN HANDICEIttAILEFS from Wo•
upwards.' Behan! Linea belts, sleves and tool.
25t. upwards. Cambria arms all prlottir. Wain +,
lore from 15c. to $l, nue linen Dollars' 120.
Nutiirß; Scarfs, Boatags, 21eaves, lmgglngs;'lllda;
Wes, Wool, Cotton and Menao Hass for Lattleat act •
iiarea mi. prices. Worked Handitereelefs, tiftionikat ,
• capoio ..cbadieg'SqloilWo.-114wi'd . 1 4 Ai Airft*
Matte, ellk Velvets; Yarn, Gattatleaw,
*Flannels, Calicityttcp,lmm, &c.,&0., IS
Vltava, aioap;. reO4O:I4ICIPAIWS, one
• above kelm's &dories*, .11srrbsbnf g, Pa.
.18.d2V? . ; ;• - •
ANOTHER NEW STOCK
Writiuig Deeks, • .
, TLaveling bags,
- --Purses,- AN-allete,
I Toilet , Bottles, °
Nia a general assortment of i V
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
J IT S' l'' 0: Y .E N E'D 1 . ' '-
At FINE 'ILOT , OF SUPERIOR
Air.A.DE of.:Gl'.3od. Tobacco, and . from one
111, 10 two years old, of my own manufacture. A fine
au. M obuice enewung'and Mousing ruoaceo, rums, Snug'
audio largo variety of nineritrikao3. constaltly on bre o
ter sale whotteale suet retail. ltien,uat for former pat
now, I nape oy strict littailtloll VJ Damen to receive a
liberal share of the trade, - . ' .. ' . .
Al line emosleg .1100 A attach , where customers may
eck ana.twt rel Boom anti rouacco.
n't forget the Window watt the Sew to it; that is the
te buylettertieeet.tHo ana ce.urs. North lianlet
ulixe ; SOOVii7ettliret street; Minsourg.
Wo. a, 18131.-a391 . , ' *M. ; .irYEFOrc.
CLIAISTMILI3 BOOKS. I
large collection of BOOKS sortable for
CIIEFITAS has Just.beei - lre . .:
BENINER'S CHEAP BOOKSTOI33k:
000 000; .ENVELOP E
N immense stock. of 'ENVELOPES. of every
-2IL size is nriw Opening at
• ... ailfekk BOORMER
Quite a variety ot ueefnl
. . .
8.11 is; F.BBB 000.118TORk.
1.1.11-ta' vzi IJUALYA/41UP.i. -A
1 Vttra 011 , i,lannut og D ; aktw,
..s4ornattuui ttwhisi, tnrtmpuda.ue, •
taki .., attl3tql4A'a 130 ,K.TuktE
i . ivittad`leo.:
riWitirt4 .c.actora. tuti,ar.