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Saturday Afternoon, January 11, 1862.
ARRIVAL OF MILITARY.—The several volun
teer companies which were quartered at. Camp
Slifer, near abamber4turg, have been moved
to Camp Curtin, near this city, where they.
will . join some of the regiments forming there
for active duty.
Ban,con,--There is again in circulation in
the city and county, a very good imitation of
half and quarter dollars, which is well.cwlcu
lated to deceive. Several specimens wnere
exhibited in our office, which none but an expert
would suspect to be spurioes.
SANDFORD'S °MIA HOUSE —The sad hearts
grow weary, and even bereaved people forget
their grief, in the atmosphere with which San
ford's Artists surround themselves in his beau
tiful temple of mirth and melody. A succession
of novelties ; in rapid production, evince that
manager Sanford is making a bold and success
ful effort for public favor. The production of
the amusing extravaganza entitled the " Bal
Masque" last night, was a decided " hit," and
fully appreciated by the large audience. It
will be re-produced to-night, and we advise
everybody fond of enjoying a good laugh to
be promptly on hand.
EXADIM, do not allow yourself to feel relieved
all of Obligation to attend to the poor by the
fact that we have an organized Society in our
midst, whose declared object in part, is to sup
ply the wants of the destitute. Perform the
work of the "good Samaritan"—visit the chil
dren of poverty—their lowly places—minister
to their necessities—for by these little actions
you will not only prevent much suffering that
would otherwise occur, but will carry out the
golden rule, "do unto others as ye would they
should do unto you." You will also be made
happy by the consciousness of having furthered
the ends of charity and • bettered the condition
of some of your fellow-beings.
Tam DROWNED SOLDIER.—We have received
some additional particulars respecting the body
of the Cavalry soldier which was found in tbe
canal near Schock's mills, on the 31st ult.,
and which was noticed in the TELEGRAPH at the
time. The deceased was apparently about 85
years of age; stout built, about 5 feet 6 or 7.
inches high, with short, red whiskers. Noth
ing was found upon his person indicating his
name except a pass which runs thus :
"CAPTAIN WusoN, the bearer, is a member
of Col. Williams' Cavalry ; was home on fur
lough when the regiment left. He was prob
ably included in the order for transportation—
as I did not give it, I cannot say, positively.
- J. D. POTTS
" S. 0. YOUNG, Esq., Supt. P. R. Road.
" Col. PoT2l—
man was included in transportation of
the regiment. S. D. YOUNG.
Tar Vannixs. Itrmss.—This gallant body of
volnuteer4, representing Harrisburg in 'the
Forty-Sixth Pennsylvania regiment, Col Joseph
F. 'tulips, at present located with the army on
the upper Potomac, is suffering for want of
necessary clothing, including shoes and• stock
ings. Our attentive correspondent attached to
the 46th regiment, in his last letter, alluding to
some contemplated military movement, said :
"We are, however, illy prepared for a for Ced
march at this time. Everybody is completely
"broke." On Tuesday the paymaster should
have made his appearance, and our requisition
far shoes and clothing would have been filled
in a few days. Many of the men are now
nearly barefooted ; very few have stockings
worth wearing, and some none at all." The
• triotio Treasurer of the York Aid Society,
• rs. Dr. Roland, after reading the letter stating
the above facts, in the Morning Telegraph, a
few days ago, at once sent us a letter offering
to furnish the suffering men of this Company
with one hundred pairs of ,gockings, if we would
give her the necessary directions to insure their
prompt and safe delivery. We have, in reply to
this truly generous offer, sent that lady the
name and address of Capt. Brooks, and we
presume it will not be long until the gallant
boys of the " Rifles " are well provided for in
the way of stockings, which they will owe to the
noble-hearted generosity of one of York's most
PATIUOTIEnt AND POBTAY.—A private, serving
in the 101st Pennsylvania Regiment, (Colonel
Wilson,) sends us the following patriotic effu
sion, which we print as we received it. The,
style is a little uncouth, and his rhyme in
some instances is perhaps a little " rough,"
bat of his patriotism or earnestness in the
good cause which he has espoused there can be
no doubt. So, we join in the chorus of
THE SONG OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND
Ailt—"Gay and Hwy."
We are men who love the Union,
Who despise a traitorous foe;
And with Wilson's words to cheer us,
We will fight the rebels too.
Pt:mm-8o let the traitors say what they will,
We'll be for the Union still. •
For the Union, for the Union—
We'll be for the Union !
If the flag our fathers gave us,
Has repaid the blood it cost ;
Then 'tis worth some to retain it,
Worth the lives that will be lost.
So let, erc.
• Foes bave tried to stain and tear it,
And to take some stare away;
- But our motto is, stand by it ;
Right will surely gain the day.
So let, &c.
It shall wave o'er all our country,
As it did in days gone by ;
Or, upork the field of battle,
We before our foes will lie.
So let, &e.
We are men. who now are ready
To defend our country's cause ;
And with Wilson to command us,
We wi►l ifeai no Southern boys.
So let, Bco.
Comp Win, Jain. 10, 1862.
PREACHING IN THE COURT HOUSE.—Rev. J. S.
Hostetter, of Mechanicsburg, will preach in the
Court House to-morrow morning and evening,
at the usual hours for divine service.
GROTTO Music Ham,.—There is certainly a
piquancy about this establishment truly re
freshing, exciting, and interesting. The per
formances are excellent in their way, affording
a rich fund of ..amusement to the large• audiences
that nightly assemble in that cosy little tample
P"lcf APPIRI3• ;-- Setierar• cases of 'drunken
ness and vagrancy were heard before the Mayor
this morning, all of which were properly dis
posed of. The only arrests made yesterday by
the consolidated police, was that of John Boyle
for drunkeness, who was comnsitted . to prison
by Alderman Kline, to sober up.
THE PEAK Famitv.—The &mood of the Peak
family in Brant's Hall last evtming, was one of
the most entertaining we have attended for a
long time. Never have we heard sweeter bell
music than that of the Peaks, while the singing
and acting of the children of the troupe was
superior to anything we have yet witnessed.
The hall was crowded with'an appreciatillt au
dience, whose repeated rounds of applause fairly
shook the house. Master Frank, who is not
much larger than a sixpence, may be set down
as a trump. The rest of the little ones are al
ways perfect in their parts. We advise those
who have not seen the Peak family to go to the
Farotrrnm RAILROAD ACCODFINT.—A frightful
accident occurred on the Northern Central
Railroad to the train going West at one o'clock
last' Thursday morning, when shout three
miles below Williamsport. The train was
speeding along at a rapid rate, when a rail
bioke, and plunged several cars down a rocky
bank about twenty-five feet high, leaving
th ut a wreck on the ice below. Six men were
severely wounded, but happily no one was
killed. One car turned over four or five times,
and landed on its top, a crushed up pile. That
alt its inmates were not mangled and maimed,
is alone attributable to the signal providence
of an overruling Providence. Fortunately no
ladies were in this smashed up. car. The one
they were iii ran straight down the bank, and
did them no more injury than merely precipi
tating them in one undistinguishable mass in
the front end of the car. Amid the wreck and
consternation, one of the cars took fire and
burned up a quantity of baggage ; but the
flames were immediately extingui hed by the
conductor, Mr. Nichols, who, we are sorry to
say, received a severe wound by the accident.
The locomotive soon brought several cars
from Williamsport, and removed the passen
gers thither, where they arrived at four
o'clock, A. 3f.
CHURCH AND CAR ETIQumL-Tf•-foii will be
a little observant in any of the churches in this
or any other town, you will soon be able to make
two principal classes of persons attending. One
man enters church seeing no one and knowing
ho one; seats himself in the end of his pew near
est the aisle, closes the door, and wrapped up
in his own idea of self-sufficiency, cares not to
admit a stranger nor a neighbor in his pew.
That man is selfish.
Endorsed on back—
Two or three ladies enter a church and spread
themselves out in a seat sufficient to accomo
date five or six persons, to the eXclusion of all
oihers. Those ladies are proud and ill-bred—
deficient as well in good sense as in good man
We have noticed ladies on entering the car,
not being satifised with one seat, they must
throw back the seat facing them. and thereby
have a double seat, and place a few trinkets on
the seats not occupied as an indication, "taken."
These ladies never give these seats to any one,
no matter how full the cars may become, and
should the conductor politely ask them for the
seats not occupied, they put him down as being
rude. Now, a lady is only entitled to one seat,
which would be well for her to remember, and
try and be accomodating.
HORRIBLE MURDER AND ARSON IN CUMBERLAND
Counrr.—The people of Cumberland county
have been astounded to hear of a wicked and
diabolical case of murder and arson, com
mitted a few days ago, near the South Mountain,
in the lower part of that county, and about
sixteen miles from this city.
The victims of this foul and atrocious deed
ware John Berger, (au industrious unoffcnding
old German, who lives near the Smith Moun
tain, about a mile from what was formerly Ege's
Forge,) and William Grist, acOlored boy, about
fourteen or fifteen years of 'age, who lived with
him. The deed was perpetrated sometime on
Tuesday evening, and the first. indication .of
foul play was the discovery between 9 and 10
o'clock, by a neighbor, that the house (a small
log one) occupied by this German, was on fire.
The alarm was given and several persons ar
rived, when the old man was discovered lying
on his back, at the door of a small cave, a short
distance from the house, in which he had kept
his provisions, clothing and other articles. He
was quite dead—having been shot through the
head. The balPentered behind, and lodged
just above the eye. " His brains were scattered
over his clothes. His gun, an old U. S. rifle,
was standing close by, having been lately dis
charged. Among the ruins of the house,
(which was entirely consumed,) was found the
burnt and blackened corpse of the colored boy,
so much disfigured as to render any attempt at
investigation impossible. The only possible
incentive to this murder must have been rob
bery. The old man frequently attended our
market, and was supposed to have.some money.
Those acquainted with him say that he has some
$l2OO or 1500 deposited in Baltimore. About
$l5 was found in the cave, locked up in a trunk-
Suspicion attaches to two travelling Germans
seen in that vicinity, early in the evening, and
a party started in pursuit, but had not, up to
this time succeeded in- capturing them. The
coroner of Cumberland county held an inquest
on Wednesday morning, and rendered a verdict
in accordance with the facts. The commission
ers of Cumberland county offer a reward of
$lOO for the arrest and conviction of the mur
Air. should read Prof. Wood's advertisement
in another column.
pettiteglucatia lOallp elegraph, eaturbetp 2tfternoan, lanitarp 11, 1862
UNION PRAY= MEE:rms.—The last meeting of
the series will be held this evening in the Old -
School Presbyterian Church, corner of bird and
Pine streets, The meeting will be opened at
precisely a quarter pasts even, and continue one
hour. As this church has no bell, those who
design attending;wilt; see , the necessity of being
there a little before the time for commencing
Amex or Frac— The alarm of fire about
ten o'clock this morning was Occasione t by
the discovery of a
. large volume of smoke
issuing from one of the frame stables in Rasp
berry alley, attached to the Wm. Tell tavern,
opposite the. Court House, which, upon inves
tigation, was found. to proceed from the confla
gration of a small quantity of straw, in the
yard of the Farmer's Hotel, kindled by the
hostler, for the purpose or " singeing" a num
ber of chickens he was preparing for the dinner
t ible of that establishment The apparatus of
the sever al fire companies werepromptly on the
ground, but of course teelr setvices were not
CONCERT AT MEOHANICSBUSG.—The citizens of
Mechanicsburg, Cumberland county, are, de
cidedly a music loving people. Beside a num
ber of singing associations they support twoex
cellent bands, one with brass, and the other
with stringed instruments, of which latter a
correspondent writes as folkws
Macumaosucao, Jan. 10, UM
" Music hath charms- to soothe the savage,
Ste.," so Beall the poet and so say I; butwould
also add that some who are not savages (or at
least flatter themselves into that belief) can
appreciate the charms of music as we experi
enced Thursday evening, when -the Hiawatha
string band of this place drew forth bewitching
strains from their. instruments. Three cheers
for Mechanicsburg and its institutions, and
three times three (we might also add a "tiger")
for the Hiawatha. M. E. K.
iNCENDIABIES CUIBSBLAND COUNTY.—The
large bank barn, stabling, oats house, and
carriage house, belonging to Mr. Chris6pher
Mellinger, of Stoughstown, Cumberland coun
ty, was consumed by fire recently-, ; The de
vouring clement spread so rapid that it was
with great difficulty anything in the barn could
be saved. Four valuable horses, five milch
cows, and three bead of piling 'Cattle, Were
burned. A large 'quantity of 'oats, hay and
straw, together 'with several lasts .of horse
gears, harness, &c., were also consumed. The
fire was the work ' Of an incendiary, and the
loss to Mr. Mellinger,. although 'insured to the
amount of $1500; will be heaiy.: Several at
tempts to burn other buildings bays been made
in the same neighborhood recently, and the
people seem to be greatly alarmed for the safe
ty of themselves and property. , Farmers
should keep an eye on all stragglkof aildper-
Bona running through the country who have
no regular calling or business.
Tux HARBS&BOBO ROOT' TO WASHINGTON.-
This route, says the , Rew York .Post, was
opened for the transportation of troops early
last summer, and, aa'Secretary "Canieron in his
official report says, "has. saved the country
millions, not only by the, recluctien.of.the .84e
of transportation between New York and Vhesh
ington, but in fixing the rate at two cents per
mile on all the railroads in the loyal states.','
The route is now fully 'Open to the public for
the transportation of all miscellaneous freight.
Its advantage is, that it- enables shippers . to
send large quantities of freight without change
of cars, thus avoiding the danger and delay of
re-shipment. The capacity of the road is said
to be unequalled. Recently, one thousand
horses and one thousand men were sent at once,
making a train of one hundred and forty cars;
all were sent through without change of cars.
We regard this route as of great importance
to the government and the people. Let us add
that in the superintendent of the "Government
Despatch," Col. A. D. Rope, the pablic have a
sure guaranty that their interests befully
protected, while the-government is faithfully
Loer.—A pair of gold spectacles. Bee ad
LIMITED PARTEMBBRIP.—See notice in another
GBRAT BARGAINS at- M. Wiles & C9.'s store,
old stand, No. 4 Market Square. • See their an
nouucetneut. , • . •
Tan swaiar mums and sideways of the. past
few days, admonishes us that if we would es
cape from coughs and colds, we must wear good,
warm and comfortable boots, such as those sold
at the establishment of Mr.• A. Hummel,
at the old . stand, corner of the alley ,
to the Court House. Mr. Hummel makes
it a point to buy his goods in the city for cash;
and is thus enabled to retail them out at prices
„His home-made work also,
ie e dis L call.
posed of at war prices. Give his establish
GREAT BARGAINS! BARGAINS! at M. Wiler &
Co.'s old stand, No. 4, Halite, osquare. Among
many other goods which will be found much
below the present market value, will be found
300 pieces beautiful styles calico at 12i chi.
200 " bleached muslin at "
200 " shirting checks at 12i "
80 " new style detains at 20 &22 "
Our: stock of fine dress goods, cloaks and furs,
which is much the largest one in this city, will
be closed at greatly reduced prices.
We will also sell carpets of any description at
last year's prices.
NEN Goons, Nzw Goons.-25 pieces of beau
tiful DeLaines, black ground with set flower,
at 25cts., worth 87cis. 50 pieces of white, lel- .
low and red flannels, all prices. Hoop skirts
at 75, *l, and $1 25. 100 dozen white linen
pocket handkerchiefs, from auction, Shirt
breasts at 16, 25, and 37cts. A new lot of those
white ribbed stockings. ' 50 dozen white and
grey drawers and undershirts. 50 dozen half
wool and all wool socks. A large lot of velvet
ribbons. Childrenrs wool stockings, all prices,
12?cts. and upwards. Oar balance of stock of
furs at cost. Beautiful mourning DeLaines,
pant stuffs, satchels, alapacas, merinos at 750.
Full stock of all kinds of domestic goods at L.
Lewy, Rhoads old stand. ' jylo.
BUCK -WHEAT MEAL and CORN MEAL
just received and for sale low at
• - ' NICHOLS k BOWMAN, -
IS corner Front and Market streets.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR in fourth and
half bbl. sacks, also, wholesale and retail at the
hew Grocery and Provision Lore Front and Market ste-
DIME Fresh Ground and Whole Spice,
Pepper, Malik" 0211211111011, Nutmegs and Mace, at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S, • '
- corner front and Market Weeks.
NOM& ! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS I —Gentlemen
now is the time to have a good fitting Shirt
made to measure or from sample. lam now
making a good shirt for $1 25 equal to any oth
er now in the market for $1 75. All work
guaranteed tofit and to give entire satisfaction
to the wearer. Always on hand &large assort
ment of Ladies' and Gentlemans' Furnishing
Goods, at the old prices; also a large lot of A 1.
lrish Linens - at the old Prices. If you want .a
bargain or a good fitting under garment, just
go to James A. Lynn, Manufacturer, No. 12,
Market street, next to Hummel & `K liinger's
grocery store, Harrisburg, Pa., where he is
selling without regard to cost or the advance of
A CAW) TO THE LADIFS.
'DR. OUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES
"Head the fobo •mg certaluato" irom one of the first
ladies in Utica, N. if, who called upsn my agents in that
city (sr .t - m. Bristol & c 0.,) and told them. that she, of
Course, did not wisr her name madd public, bind(' any
oue should doubt the won erful elllcodity of De. Duran
co's Bolden Pills, they might refer any Lady to her, as
she conAkered it a duty, as well as. a pleasure, to her
.tooaled,te of their etile.tey, as adminietered to her
daughter, a young ally. 17 years 0,41. 'lll.l met fast go
ing wan row..mptt n—hail taken cold—liature became
onslructedi. , Two "130.T...8 Of LISSA., GOldSa ['WS entire
ly cured her, and sue is now r • bust health—
"We were partmular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicit directions accompanying each hoe Price sl.
Sold wholesale and retail. by O. A . BANIKVART, .No. 2,
Jones Sow, nd K. Fistula, 91 Market street, Barris.
.burg, Pa. By sanding either of them $1 00 through', he
Harrisburg -Pest 0111 Se the-Pilis Will be sent confidentially
by men teeny •part of
.ttie conntry; "free of postage."
N. 3.—leok out for counterfeits. ..Hey no tiolden Pills
of any kind unlettethe is signed S. D. Howe. All
others is a base Imposition and unsafe; therefore, as
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of -be
ing humbugged out of your money,) buy only of those
who show7theelgnature arS. D. Howe on every' box,
'Which has•rimantly : Moon added ne 11011,011Elt of the Pills
being con:Aar:ethyl. rho ingredients compoeing the
above Pills are niaide . known to every Agent, and they
are safe; and 'will-perform all-clahned for them. • -
Sold also by, T. L Lumherger, Lebanon ; A. J. Kauff
man, Mechanicsburg ; M. Marks, Lewistown ; S. Mlliott-
.1 8. G. - Wild Newville.; -J. O. Altick, - Shlppens,
.burg ;Spangler, Chambersburg; E. T. 7:1111er, Yore ;
J. A. Wolf,, VI, ig,ht ; 8. 8. Stevens, Belding ; and
it. P.-Bunter; Reeding; And by' "one druggist" iti every
town auddritige iu thettnitedStilt, and bit'
S. D. MOWN,
Sole Proprietor, New York
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HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE 11
Win. A. liatchelor's Bair life
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye Known !
all others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
If you wish to escape
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR' dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Blac s t without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
YEYTEEN 18..DALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to. Wm ..A. Elavossum sin.:e 18 9, and over 200,000
applications hays been made to the hair of the patrons
of pis famous Dye.
Nu. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE . produces s color
not to be distinguished from nature and is waaasarrap
not to injure in the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill Teets of bad Dl'as remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at No, 16 Bond _ Street New York.
dold in all the cites and towns.of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name " A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
aides of each boi.
Wholeiale Factory, 81 Barclay
Late 233 Broadway, New York
FOR SEWING MACHINES.
JONAS BROOK & BED'S
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL COTTON.
200 (6 500 YDS. •WILLTE, BLACK te COLORED.
I`HIS thread being made particularly for
L newiog Machines, is VERY STRONG, SMOOTH AND
ELASTIC. Its strength is not impaired by washing, nor
by friction of the needle. For Machines, use Brooks'
FOB UPPER THREAT),
andEtrooks Patent7fils Cord, Red Ticia,
FOR. UNDER THREAD,
So!d by respectable , dealers throughout.the country.—
eIIB9,IIIOALMIS OF 100 POZIN semi, ASSOATID SOS by
. ,WSt. HE' T 851tril, Sole Agent.
nog-dom 36 Vesey street, New York.
FOR THE NEW YEARI
NOW OPENING :AT
KELLER'S DRUG AND -FANCY STORE,
91, Market Street.
A A . FINE variety of those rare
just from the Factory. A most ELEGANT MIXTUBIT,
(the aneht yet receve4,) . neatly put.up in one pound
Also; another lot of - those *len did
Labs , Wire and Leather Purses,.
Ladios' Companions or Work Cases,
and other fine goods which you. Wbuld do well to see.
"THE PEN MIGHTIER THAN THE
THE L&ROEST STOCK,
THI MOST "BEA.UPFIJL STYI ! ES
~t,;4 I D PATTARNS
Gold and Silver Pencil and . Pen
In Ike market, is to be found at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
J'U T OPERED,
A LARGE STOCK OF
M"' Itt is;
Rion DARK SHADES.
VERY CHEAP•GOODS FOR THE
de23 Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
JOHN B. SMITH'S
BOOT & SHOE STORE
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT SM.,
ALWAYS on hand a large assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAPEERS,. Ito., of the very best
eintilties for ladies , gentlemen, and children , wear.—
Prices to suit the timed. All kimle of WORK *APE: ZO
ORDER in the beet style by superior workmen
REPAIRING done at short notice.
oetleAtt JOEIN H. 81111T11. liarrisburr.
BCHEFFER'S BOOK STORE 1
(Near the Harrisburg Bridge.)
$1.25. ,1178T. RECEIVED from the
• Mills a lot of tine COMMERCIAL NOTE
PARES, which we will sell at 01.25 per roam.
$3.30 per ream for NOTE Pane, decorated 'with
the latest and very handsome emblems and. patriotic
$3.50 for 1000 WHITS ENVELOPES, with national and
patriotic emblems, printed in two colors.
• Please give us a call. THE . Y. SCHEFFER,
Jev-d - Harrisburg
FRESH Choice Teas, Black and Green,
in 3(, and 1 pound papers, for sale at
. - corner Front Ind Market streets:
FOR SALE CHEAP.-A. TWO
STORY FRAME ROUSE, 1234x5(1 feet situ- iRI
awl on grand street, in the rear of the Reiter- I I
voir. For further particulars apply on the Prem•
ices to [de3l-d2wl E. M. MATER.
C R A A p rI . R . R . I y ES m , Dried Fruits, Fresh
NICHOLS k BOWMAN'S,
jl comer, Front and Market streets.
ESENCE of VANILLA, Essence of
Lemon, Flavoring Extracts, for sale at the new
wholesale and Retail Grocery and Provision Store, cor
ner Front and Market streets.
j 1 • NICHOLS k BOWMAN.
CIGARS and Tobacco, of all kinds: Ex
tendre assortment of Cigars, at
jl corner. Front and Market Street.
pIIRE Cider Vinegar, for sale at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S,
Omer Front & Market Weds.
BRANT'S HALL !
F OR THREE EVENINGS ONL Y ,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Jan
9th, 10th and 11th, 1862.
Also Saturday afternoon.
THE WORLD RENOWNED PEAS. FAMILY
NORALISTS, HARPISTS AND
LANCASHIRE BELL BINGTIBB,
Prom Niblos' New York, most respectfully announce three
of their chaste and novel entertainments at the above
Hall. Having awed asoccessful engagement at Nibloa'
aad Academy of Music, Brooklyn, will appear as adver
The Company will appear in
TWO HUNDRED SIM R.BELLS
The only Silver Belle ever mannlnctured.
The evening's entertiinmont will embrace new and
original music upon the Bells, new Bongs, Ballads,
Duette, humorous and Characteristic pieces.
For Further Particulars see Programmes.
Tickets 25 cents. Children 15 cents.
Doors open at Of. Commences at 71-.
A Grand Matinee will be given on Saturday afternoon
for the secommodation of Families and Children. Cbil
di eL 'admitted to the Iditinee for
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE
THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET.
Great Success of the New Opera House
This new and Beautiful Establishment will open
for the Season, presenting SONGS, BALLADS,
OVERTURES and LAUGHABLE BURLES
In which Messrs. SANFORD, CARNCROSS,
HUGHES, EDMONDS, BECKET, HOLDEN
and the Great Troupe of ARTISTS engaged will
(no half-price,) 25 cents.
Orchestra Chairs, so cents.
Seats in Private meg, 75 cents.
Entire Box, $5.00.
Doers open 61- o'clock ; Commence at 74- o'clock.
Dna preparation the MUMMY, also the
OPERA OF LA SOMNAMBULA, &c., &c. j 6
GROTTO MUSIC HALL!
wALNur BELOW THIRD STREET
CROWDED 110138. ES NIGHTLY I
Hundreds Unable to Obtain Admission
The great array of Talent ever appearing
in the CAPITAL of the KEYSTONE S PATE.
EVERY EVENING! EVERY EVENING ! !
Composed of MALE and FEMALE ARTISTS,
each one being a STAR, in their Profession.
LOOK Al THE NINES. BEHOLD! OBSERVE!
Miss ROSA VOLANADT,
the must pleasing Songstress.
Mies JULIA PRICE,
the Philadelphia Favorite.
Kiss MILLIE MARIE,
the Fascinating Dansense.
the Champion Bone Player
OLE BIILL DICK MYERS.
the Greastest Violinist on the Stage.
the Prince of Comic Vocalists
the Celebrated Wench Dancer.
the Great Negro Comedian.
In Songs, Duette, Glees and Choruses.
Prof. Strade will preside at the Piano.
Ole Bull Dick Myers, Violinist.
Admission - - 10 and 15 cents.
Doors open 61- o'clock. Commences at 7i , o' clock.
('Positively no Boys admitted.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
A FEW FANCY BOXES,
Suitable for work boxes.
A FEW SMALL CABAS,
For little Girls.
LADIES PURSES and PORTEMONAIS,
A splended assortment.
NEW STYLES FINE TOILET WATERS.
BOXES FINE TOILET SOAP for $l.OO
Call and Gee the varletiee that we are unable to notice
In an advertisement.
KELL&R'S Drug Stow
de23 91 Market street.
NEAP Fruits, Currents, Raisins, Citron
and Lemons, at the new Wholesale and Retail, Gro
cery and Provision Store, corner Front and Market
N/0800 k BOWMAN.
- STEAM WEEKLY
0E3% EEN NEW YORK
LAN t fiNti AND EMBARKING PAS
-;,olihte at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver
pool. New i Org. and Philadelphia Steamship company
iaterid despatching their full powered Clyde-built iron
Steamsnips as follows
ETNA, Saturday, January 1 1 ; KANGAROO, Saturday
January 15 ; CITY OF BALTTIT.ORE, Saturday, Janua
ry '26; and every Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44,
FIRST CABIN $75 ousrF.lt RAGE.... ..... $3O 00
do to London 580 00 I do to London ..5a3 00
do to Parta ..... $:B5 00 do to Ptri 3 •• • • 534 00
do .0 u k0000 . g..385 04 I do t, Hamburg 1.:5 00
l'aEsengers torwartid to tia: .2. Bromeu,
e.laally iota ratda.
44,..ersohs walrda2 -0141:00v triendu 040 buy
ttek-eta here at the 001 , 04,0,,, ,, 7. , 01* ,, , to Kew Yori: idiom
faverook or Qt0.111A61.14 , 0, I,t 0.9.bi0. $75, $B5 x2O 3705.
-Iteerage Er.:m t. , ye , ";.• 0 L-14 00 Frod, 00,%001-001w n,
tilearoer, u4vi, , -4perier aczomultmlasaunr, Tor
pafseugure, ulati aNt.i , fisenc..l Sur g ee et . They are
bulb In Water-11141a Irnii S.; ;it:A hay.. Fire
AnelbilKtors ms bo.rd.
For further information apply in Liverpool to WILIJA M
INMAN, Agent, 22 Water Street; in Glasgow to WM.
INMAN, 5 tit. Enoch Square ; in Queenstown to e. & W.
D. SEYMOUR & CO. ; in London to EIVf.S At MAi_Y, 61
King William St. ; in Paris to LULUS DEODUE, 5 Place
de la Bottrtu ; in Philadelphia to JO IN G. DALE, 111
Walnut street ; or at ine Campany'a offices.
.150. G. DALE, Agent,
15 Broadway, New York.
Or O. 0. Zimmerman. Agent, Harrisburg.
,jerPASSENGERs FOS EUROPE.—By order of the
Secretor? of State, ad passengers leaving the United
Stttes are required to procure Pa-oporto before going on
board the Stainer.
Passengers will not be subjected to any trouble or de-
lay in procuring them, if they call for instructions at the
Company's Offices, 15 Broaaway, New York.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN having just re
turned from the East with an extensive and wet
selected etoct of goods, p0rt:114.4,1d for casb, teepee fully
invite the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity to 0411 and
examine their New Goods at the old stand lorcaerly oc
copied by V. Hummel, corner Front and :.farket 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 Unground, fresh
from the Mill.
APPLES, Green and Dried ;
RAISINS, CURRENIS, NUTS,
SOAPS, Common and Fmcy ;
WILLOW and CEDAR-WARE ;
CIGARS, best of Imported Brands;
TOBACCO, Smoking and Chew
ing ; •
QUEENSWARE 1 QUEENSWARE 1 !
•C. C. CHASE, .
Extensive assortment of all styles, and patterns and
prices. Call snd examine our Stock of Goods at the
Whlesale and Retail Grocery, Fruit and PrOVIEPOII Se
corner Front and Market streat, Harrisburg, P.S.
(oantry Endue, taken delo-1y
BILLIARD AND BOWLING SALOON,
NO. 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FIFTH.
'FRE subscribers haviug erected a large
X bwldiug at the above pease, expreia.y for the pur p
ees above holicated, beg to call the abolition of the pub.
hu to the following :
IRE RESTAURANT, on the first floor, with a dining room
attached, is titled up in firstivictss style, and it will at all
times be suppled with the best 01(8rERS to be had in
the Atlantic cities, together with terrapin, fish, and all
kinds of game in season. Oysters served up in every
style, and meats to be had at ull hours. The Ales of all
the celebrated breweries in the country constantly on
The Ten-pin Alley, or Bowling Saloon, is in the rear,
and contains three alleys of modern constroctioe, where
the lovers el this healtey egefcistt can enjoy theilvelves.
The Billiard Saloon is up stairs —elegratly tit ed up,
and OClLltailB three marble top c .mbination cushion ta
bles, equal to any made.
Harrisburg has long felt the want of a grand combin
ation of this kind, and as the prepri<tors are determined
to conduct it in a quiet and orderly manner, and do eve
rything in their power to m.ae it a faa ion ible re , otl ,
they hope to receive a liberal snare of public patronage.
ja3-dtt IieFADDEN &OJ.
A. L'EN B.
Piano, Melodeon, Guitar and Singing.
PARTICULAR attention will be paid for
the education of the voice after "Ra-aim's" cele
brated method. Offica in William litimihe'S liklueic Store;
93 Market etreet. ja3.dlm
A FINE LOT OF SUPERIOR
MADE of Good Tobacco and from one
to two years old, of my owo mautifacture. A floe
tot 01 choice Chewtug sod Scrotring tooacce, Pipes, Seta
.and a large variety of other articles constantly on la ,
tor sale wholesale mid retail. fhamo al for former pat
ronage, I hope by strict attention trlbustness 10 receive a
liberal share of the trrde
A une smoxiag Room attached, where customers may
lay bock and test my SegLrs an.l ftmacco
Don't forget the window with the Salo in it; that is the
place to buy your TdOnCoo sod .elsro. North Market
Square, above market street, Hmr.sourg.
Dec. 4, 1861.—d3m v., M. WYKOFF.
151 11 ; ...
B GILDEA, D. D. S.
OPPOSITE THE BRADY HOUSE.
All operaious, Surgical and Mechanical,
mcieutalcolly parfo.mod. Ch...rges moderate. lea
COAL ! COAL I !
$3, AND $2 26 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
0. D. FORSTER,
%FFICE No. 74, Market Street, yard on
Vy the Canal, foot of North sweet ; Wholesale and Re
tail dealer is
BROAD 7OP COAL
Famlies and Dealers may rely upon obtaining a first-rate
article, and full weight, at the lowest rates. Orders
promptly attended to. A liberal uiscount made to pur
chasers paying for the coal when ordered.
Present price, 83 and $2 25 per ton.
Harrisburg, Oct. 25.—u3m
NEW CLOTHING STORE.
SHELLENBERGER & BROTHER,
NO. 80 MARKET STREET.
(Room formerly occupied by the Postortee.)
Miff, undersigned have just opened a
new and large assortment of tae latest styles of
clothing. We are also prepared to masafaoture to order
all kinds of Genta Wear, cut to We /mast styles and fasts -
MILS. We have always on coma a large stook of Ready
made clothing aim Gentle.asn's Fennel:Ong Goods.
ne9-egat U. SdELLMNBERGSR & BRO.
WHOLE6ALE and RETAIL DEALER
Sn confect ionary, Foreign and Domestic Fruit.—
pi ke , Dates, Prunes, Bainns and Nuta of all kinds.—
Freak a nd ,n 1 tFish, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Spices to
Segue Spices, and Country produce in general, Market
wee ", next door to Parke House, also corner Third and
• FOR SALE.
A valuable Two Story double frame
Dwelling House and Lot of grow d, situated on the
wruer of North street and Nast avenue, 30 feet on North
street and 110 feet deep, two basement kitchens, two cel
lar, and eleven rooms, also a never failing spring of wa
ter. The building is well calculated for a store or hotel.
Terms reasonable. Enquire of W. BARN,
jail My Auctioneer.
DIARIES FOR 1862.
riIECE largest and best selected assortment of
DIwRIRS ever imported into this city can
be found at
JOHN G. DALE, AGEXT
BERGNER'S Cheap Bookstore