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Friday Afternoon, January 17, 1862.
REGIMENTAL PARADE.—CoI. Campbell's regi
ment, (the Fifty-fourth Pennsylvania,) with its
fine brass band, from Camp Curtin, favored
our citizens with a street parade to-day.
A CELEBRATED SONGSTRESS COMING.—Madam
Annie Bishop, of °per. , is celebrity, will give
two grand concerts in Brant's Hall, next Wed
nesday and Thursday evenings. She will be
assisted by several distinguished musical artiste,
which will render the entertainments highly
MILITARY RELIEF FOND.—The committee
will meet this evening (Friday) at half-past six
at the office of A. J. Herr, Esq., for the purpose
of settling the accounts As this is a meeting
of particular importance, it is expected that all
will punctually attend.
WM. H. KEPNER, President.
0. EDWARDS, Secretary.
TIMBER.—The Clearfield Atonal of last week
says: On Sunday night and on Monday, some
five or six inches of snow f , ll in this section of
country, which had the effect of making our
town quite lively. Persons engaged in haul
ing timber are making good use of the snow,
as it enables them to draw their timber with
much more ease than on the bare ground.
NORTHERN CANTRAL RALLHAOD.—The Gener•
al Freight Agent of this road gives notice, that
all .yeeial rates on local freights over this road,
made prior to or during the past year, (1861,)
ceased to be in effect on the 31st December last.
Hereafter all special rates will expire by limi
tation on the last day of the year in which
they are made, except in cases where special
agreements have been made to the contrary.
THE QUESTION "POPPED."—The attention of
those who anticipate advertising certain inter
esting transactions is directed to the top of the
last column on the first page, where rates of
advertising, local notices &c., are published.
If it is worth while to get married and have the
fact published, it is proper to pay parties for
doing it, and publishers do not like to ask min
isters or justices for their fees, and yet it is not
aristocratic nor genteel to draw a prize and
never pay for the tickets See rates of advertis
ing marriage notices.
SERIOUS RAILROAD ACZEDENT.-A. man named
Michael Connel, a switch-tender on the North
ern Central railroad, was severely injured last
night, while in the performance of his duty,
at Marysville, several miles above the city, by
being run over by the cars on the Pennsylvania
railroad. The wounded man was brought to
this city, and under the direction of Mr. Young,
Superintendent of the Eastern division of the
Pennsylvania railroad, was provided with lodg
ings at the City hotel, near the depot, where
he was attended by Dr. Rutherford, who am
putated his right arm net the shoulder, and
performed such other services as were necessary
under the circumstances. The condition of
the wounded man this morning was very favor
able, inspiring his friends with fiattering hopes
of his speedy recovery. He is a single man,
and a resident of Baltimore.
COOLNESS or TUC BIETCKTAILS.—A correspondent
writes from one of the northern counties in this
State, where the BuCktails were recruited, as
follows: "I want to hear something of the
Pennsylvanians. I know the boys who fought
at Drainsville and fleshed their maiden swords
under Gen. Ord, and I well knew when they
met the foe somebody would die. I must give
you an incident or two of that fight: Charles
Yahn, a young man from this vicinity, was
shot through the face, shattering the jaw and
knocking out teeth, making a very ugly and
painful wound. Spitting the blood from his
mouth, he handed a cartridge to his next
neighbor, saying, 'I can fight yet, if I can't
bite.' And thus he fought it out, getting his
comrade to bite off the cartridges, and he is
now recovering under the hands of the surgeon.
Another was struck over the eye by a spent
ball, cutting the skin but not entering the
skull. He coolly picked up the bullet, re
marking, 'there is -the Secession lead that
struck me,' and put the little memento into
his pocket. This is the sort of men Pennsylva
nia has in the national army, and I want to
hear more of them."
SANFORD'S OPERA HORSE—The Happy Side of
Darkey Life in Dixie.—lf to laugh is all that
is necessary to grow fat, then we need have no
lank, cadaverous individuals in this community
while Sanford is with us. Every body laughs
at Sanford's, and every body is in a good humor
after being there. The performance of Uncle
Tom's Cabin last night was a perfect hit, and
was duly appreciated by the large and respect
able audience present. All done well. San
ford's representation of Uncle Tom was a per
fect piece of acting in every part, whether in
the gay old darkie, or the more serious mo
ments when he contemplated the effect of the
conduct of George Harris, who was on the eve
of taking his departure for Canada. " Bones,"
- as Topsy, was inimitable as usual, full of fun
'and tricks. Carncross; as George Harris, with
.Lie sweet and admirable voice, and his render
g of the tender passion, was very good.—
'Becket as lame Jake, the jealous nigger, and
, Hall as the inquisitive nigger, sustained their
parts well. Edmonds as Aunt Chloe, and Shack
leton as Eliza, delineated their characters ad
mirably throughout. Indeed, all the perform
ers did so well that we do not know who to
praise mo't, and we have no fault to find with
any. The whole company seemed to forget
that they were only delineating life among the
happy darkies of the south, they entered into
the dances, songs and marriage festivals with
so much earnestness. To appreciate Sanford
you must go and see him. It requires an effort
of the mind to realize that we are not among
the happy darkies, but in the neat and cozy
Opera House of Sanford.
ALL should read Prof. Wood's advertisemen
in another column.
ANOTHER URGE POIOTER.-Mr. Asa Botta of
Middletown, killed a "pig," a few days since,
that weighed 614 pounds, clean meat. The
pig was but 17 months old.
THE Gaorro Music HALL continues to be well
patronized, which is due not only to the en
terprize of the management, but to the merit
of the performances. There is nothing stiff or
constrained about the " Grotto," and order
and quiet are always observed.
SCIENCE has accomplished no greater triumph
than that in which it assists in preserving the
viands and the fruits of the season, so as to en
able the housewife to bring them on her table
as fresh and luscious as when they were plucked
from the garden and orchard. Dock & Co., in
Market street, have an abundant stock of vege
tables and fruits thus preserved, as will be seen
by their advertisement. They have peaches
almost as fresh as when they hung on the tree—
grapes as fragrant as when they perfumed the
vineyard—vegetables certainly as healthy and
as delicious as when they were yet growing•in
the garden. All this is the triumph of science—
and we are puzzled which to admire most, the
science which thus preserves the fruits of the
earth, or the enterprise which enables our citi
zens to partake of and enjoy these luxuries.
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Tun THREE Camp DISEASES. —Soldiers 1 n camp
suffer from three diseases ; diarrhoea, rheuma-
tism and fever. The commonest cause of
diarrhoea is bad water ; its cure, complete rest,
and abstinence from every kind of food except
plain boiled rice. All ordinary diseases will
yield to this treatment in two and a half hours
or less. Rheumatism is usually brought on,
not by getting wet, but by remaining in wet
clothes. Hard drinkers are particularly liable
to bad attacks. To avoid rheumatism, wear
flannel and keep the digestion sound. Fevers
are generally caught after dark in the open air.
A man going out on night duty should never
go hungry and never stand still longer than
necessary. Good food and active exercise will
generally keep a man well unless the air is un
commonly deleterious. To cure a case of not
very severe fever, nothing seems so effi
cacious as as a change of air. It is said that
the removal of a patient only a few miles often
works an immediate improvement in his con
dition. In scouting along the edge of a swamp
at night, there is no danger so long as he par
ty keeps on the windward side of it. These
doctrines are laid down in the writings of army
surgeons and of physicians who have given
much attention to the subjects discussed, and
ought therefore to be trusworthy.
CAUOOS FOR STATE TREASURER.—The Republi
can and Democratic members of the two Houses
of the Legislature held their respective caucuses
last night at the Capitol, for the nomination of
candidates for State Treasurer, to be elected by
a joint convention of the two Houses next Mon
The Republicans met hi the chamber of the
House of Representatives, and organized by
selecting Senator Penney as President, and Mr.
Smith, (Philadelphia,) of the Rouse, as Sec
After a brief interchange of sentiment, a
committee was appointed to confer with the
Union Republicans and Union Democrats, after
which the caucus adjourned until 1 o'clock A.
M., next Monday.
The Democratic members met at 74 o'clock,
in the East committee room.
Senator Mott was called to the chair, and
Messrs. Neiman and Duffield, of the House, of
ficiated as Secretaries.
The following is the result of the first and
only ballot :
Wm. V. M'Grath, of Philadelphia, had 31 votes.
A. G. Brodhead, of Carbon county, " 14 '6
H. L. Dieflenbach, of Clinton " " 4
Alex. Dixon, of Philadelphia, " 4 "
Mr. M'Grath having received the highest
number of votes cast, was declared duly nom
inated. His nomination was subsequently
made unanimous. The caucus then adjourned.
A DECIDED SELL—An individual calling him
self the original " Fakir of Ava " arrived in
our city a few days ago, and put out flaming
posters advertising an entertainment in the
" prestidigitatory " art at Brant's Hall last
evening, and by means of the "gift" game he
managed to secure an overflowing house. Each
of the audience, upon entering the hall, was
permitted to draw an envelope containing a
"chance" for one of the gifts advertized to be
distributed, including among other things a
"splendid horse valued at $100," a fine gold
watch, snits of clothes, a sewing machine and
barrels of flour. The performances, which Were
of a very indifferent character, having con
eluded, the " Fakir " informed the audience
that by presenting their envelopes at the
ticket office a portion of the gifts would be
distributed immediately, and the remainder at
the Hall this morning. Although this an
nouncement didn't exactly meet with the ap
proval of the audience still there was no outward
manifestation of displeasure, and as some few
of those who presented their envelopes were
the lucky recipients of various articles of cheap
jewelry, the majority of the audience were led
to believe that things were working on the
"square," and accordingly resolved to with
hold their envelopes. Thus matters remained
until this morning, when a large crowd of the
envelope holders congregated around Brant's
Hall anxiously awaiting the appearance of
the , Fakir. They waited an hour, then
another, and another, and still the Fakir
failed to show himself. At length the
crowd began to grow, testy and impatient,
and threats were made to seize on the magi
cian's "furniture," but this it was ascertained
had all been removed the night previous,
whereat the now excited crowd began to "sm ell
an exceedingly small mice," which animal be
came the more apparent when it was discovered
upon inquiry at his hotel that the distinguished
Fakir had ingloriously fled the city for parts
unknown, between "the sitting and the rising
of the sun," leaving behind him not only the
numerous unsatisfied "chances" for a "valuable
prize," but other little "reminders" in the
shape of unsettled hotel and store bills, all of
which we presume the holders will retain as
mementoes of the Fakir's "last trick"—his
sudden and mysterious disappearance.
113eunsvluanta Map telegraph, /titian /fterttoon, January 17, 1862
PERSONAL. —The sister of James Smith; house
carpenter, has arrived from Canada, and is anx
ious to learn the whereabouts of h. r brother.
She is at present stopping at the residence of
John Miller in East State street, this city. t
NOTICE! BABGAINS 1 BARGAINS 1 ! —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 to fit and to give entire satisfaction
to the wearer. Always on hand a large assort
ment of Ladies' and Gentlemans' Furnishing
Goods at the old prices; also a large lot of A 1.
Irish 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 & Killinger's
grocery store, Harrisburg, Pa., where he is
selling without regard to cost or the advance of
Tun Soon( vs las Noavn.—The frequent
large conflagrations, and insecurity of life and
property in South Carolina, points with retrib
utive hand to that hot-bed of treason. How
different the aspect of things in the north.—
Every body retire to their beds with a sense of
security. Trade is prosperous. The advertis
ing columns of the newspapers are good evi
dence of the general prosperity. Prominent
among them can be seen that of the cheap store,
corner Front and Market streets.
URICH & BOWMAN.
NEW GOODS, NEW Goons.-25 pieces of beau
tiful DeLaines, black ground with set flower,
at 25cts., worth 37cs. 50 pieces of white, yel
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 15, 25, and 37cts. Anew lot of those
white ribbed stockings. 50 dozen white end
grey drawers and undershirts. 60 dozen half
wool and all wool socks. A large lot of velvet
ribbons. Children's wool stockings, all prices,
12icts. and upwards. Our balance of stock of
furs at cost. Beautiful mourning DeLaines,
pant stuffs, satchels, alapacas, merinos at 75c.
Full stock of all kinds of domestic goods at L.
Lewy, Rhoads old stand. jylo.
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES.
"Read the fo.lo wing certificate" from one of the first
ladies in Utica, N. Y., who called upon my agents in that
city (lir. Wm. Bristol & C 0.,) and told them that she, of
course, did not wish her name made public, but if any
one should doubt the wonderful efficiency of DR. DuPont
co's Golden Pills, they might refer any Lally to her, AP
she considered it a duty, as well as a pleasure, to her
knowledge of their efficacy, as administered to her
daughter, a young 1 ady 17 years old. she was fast go
ing into cons umption—had taken cold—nature became
obstructed. Two boxes of these Golden Pills entire
ly cured her, and sue is now in robust health
"We were particular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicit directions accompanying each box Price II
Sold wholesale and retail by O. A BANNVART, No. 2,
Jones Row, ..nd C. K. HELLER, 91 Market street, Harris.
burg, Pa. By sending either of them $1 00 Wrought he
Harrisburg Post Office the Pills wilt be sent confidentially
by mail to any part of the country; "free of postage."
N. 13.—100 k out for counterfeits. Boy no deiden Pills
of any kind unless the box is signed S. D. Howe. Ail
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 show the signature of S. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently 'moll added on amount of the Pilir
netne eounterieited. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are made known to every Agent, and they
are safe, and will perform all claimed for them.
Sold also by, T. L Lumberger, Lebanon ; A. J. Ruud%
mah„ Methanicsburg • M. marks, Lewistown ; S. Eiliett
ldarlise • S. G. Wild, .Newville ; J. 0. Altick, Shippens,
burg ; J Spangler, Chambersburg; E. I'. miller, York ;
J. A. Wolf, Wrightsville ; S. S. Stevens, Reading ; and
R. P. Hunter, Reading, and by "one druggist" in every
town and village in the United States, and by
S. D. HO WE,
eh 4m Solo Proprietor, New York.
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE 11
Wm. 4. Batchelor's Hatr Bye
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye Known
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
ifyou wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RIM OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN 11cDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wm. A. BATCHELOR since 18.9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Was. A. BATCHE`LOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is WAS:HINTED
not to injure in the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and iho ill drools of bad Dvas remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at No. 16 amid Street New York,
sold is all Ore eites and towns of the United States; by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
The Genuine has the name " William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
sides of each box.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
STRAXED away on the night of the let
inst., a Red and White Better Dog, about one year
old, bad on a chain collar, without name. Whoever will
return said Dog or give information where he can be
found to Philip Lynn or Allen C. Major, will receive the
above reward. jl6-d3t*
A. L N ,
Piano, Melodeon, Guitar and Singing.
DARTICULAH, attention will be paid for
the educatiou of the voice after "Flanstnes" cele
brated method. Moe in William finoche's Mueio store;
93 Market Urea. ja3-dlm
tiiHE commodious STORE ROOK on
market Square, neat door to the "Jones' House,"
(Coverly's Hoiel,) occupied during the last eight or nine
years as a Jewelry and Watch making establishment, &c.
ALSO—iieveral DWELLING HOWES in the vicioni ty
of the Capitol, some of them having stabling, smoke
house, Ize house, &c., and vacant lots attached.
Possession given the first of April next
LLIAS. C. RAWN.
Harrisburg, Jan. 9, 1862.—j9-dim
CRANBERRIES, Dried Fruits, Fresh
Apple, }lemony, at
mcnots & BOWMAN'S,
ii corner, Front and Market streets.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BUFFALO AND GUM OVER SHOES,
TRUNKS AND CARPET BAGS.
AT THE OLD STAND corner of the alley, next to the
Court House, Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.
Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestowed upon
the late lirm of A. Hummel & Co., we trust by strict at
tention to business, and by keeping a well SELECITBD STOCK
OF coon to merit a continuance of •the same.
Please call and examine our STOOK and PRICES before
janil•lyd A HUMMEL
Goods are purchased direct from ho manufactures for
cash enabling them to sell very low.
COAL ! COAL 1 I COAL I !
rrtHE undersigned would inform the eon-
ElllnerB of Coal i hat he is now prepared to furnish
Good from under cover perfectly dry and clean in all
kinds of weather.
Lykens Valley Broken Coal
Large Egg "
" Small Egg "
ritliston Lump Coal.
l< 2 66
It 4, 4 66
it 5 CC
Lorberry, Bread Top and Allegheny, also Hickory and
Noe Wood L BYERS.
Harrisburg, Jan. 7, 1862.
FOR RENT—A Two Story Brick House
on Pine street with others. Enquire of Mrs. mut.
It..Y, corner of Second and Pine. jl6-dat-fsm
I ntigi a os
l l a l BOWMAN,
ji6 verger Font and Market etreets.
A OAR[ TO THE LADLES
Wholesale Factory, 81 Barclay SL,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
Madame Anna Bishop,
WORLD RENOWNED CANTATRICE,
WHO, SINCE HER APPEARANCE IN
the United states, has made the circuit of the
world, begs to announce
TWO GRA.ND CONCERTS,
On Wednesday and Thursdiy Evenings,
January 22d and 23d, 1862.
MADAME ANNA BIS HOP
Will be assisted by
EDWARD SEGUIN, -
The American Baritone, Itleve du Conservatoire Imperial
de Musique, Paris.
GUSTAVE DE SPIESS,
The eminent Pinlißt, (Pupil of.Liatz.)
Concert Will Commence at 8 o'clock.
TICKETS - - - 50 cents.
jl7-dtd P. C. LA RUE, Manager.
GROTTO MUSIC HALL!
WALNUT BELOW THIRD STREET
CROWDED HOUSES NIGHTLY !
Hundreds Unable to Obtain Admission
The greatest array of Talent ever appearing
in the CAPITAL of the KEYSTONE STATE.
EVERY EVENING ! EVERY EVENING ! 1
Composed of MALE and FEMALE ARTISTS,
each one being a STAR in their Profession.
LOOK AT THK NAMES. BEHOLD! OBSERVES
Miss ROSA VOLANADT,
the most pleasing Songstress
IBM JULIA PRICE,
the Philadelphia Favorite.
Mliss MILLIE MARIE,
the Fascinating Danseuse.
the Champion Bone Player.
OLE BULL DICK MYERS.
the Greastest Violinist on the Stage
the Prince of Comic Vocalists
the Celebrated Wench Dancer.
the Great Negro Comedian!
In Songs, Duetts, Glees and Choruses.
Prof. Strade will preside at the Piano.
Ole Bull Dick Myers, Violinist.
Admission - - 10 and 15 cents.
Doors open% o'clock. Commences at 7 o'clock.
WPositively no Boys admitted.
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
Adm'ssion, 25 cents.
Orchestra Chairs, 60 cents.
Seats in Private Boxes, 75 cents.
Entire Box, $5.00.
Doors open 61 o'clock ; Commence at 7i o'clock.
grln preparation the MUMMY, also the
OPERA OF LA. SOMNAMBULA, &c., &c. j 6
AGREEABLY to the directions of an act of
the General Assembly of this Common
wealth, approved the ninth day of April, A. D.
1856, I hereby give notice that the Speakers of
the Senate and House of Representatives of
said Commonwealth, will receive proposals un
til the fourth Tuesday of January, being the
28th day of January, 1862, for doing the Pub
lic Printing and Binding for the term of three
years from the first day of July nest, at a cer
tain rate per centum below the rates specified
in the act relating to the Public Printing and
Binding, approved the ninth day of April, A. D.
1856, and according to the mode and manner
and conditions therein specified.
Said Proposals to specify the rate per centum
on the whole of the rates of said act taken to
gether, and not a specification of the rate per
centum below the rates on each item. The fol
lowing is the form of proposals for State Print
ing and binding :
"I propose to do all the State Print
ing and Binding in the manner and in all
respects subject to the provisions of the act
of the 9th of April, A. D. 1856, for the pe
riod of three years from the first day of
July next, at the rate of per centum
below the rates specified in said act, and
should the State Printing and Binding as
' aforesaid, be allotted to me, I will be ready
forthwith to give bond with sufficient sureties,
' for the faithful performance of the work so al
lotted," which said proposals shall be sealed
and endorsed, " Proposals for Public Printing
and Binding ;" and shall be directed to the said
Speakers, and be delivered to one or both of
them to be opened, announced and allotted, on
the 28th day of January, inst., agreeably to the
provisions of the act of 9th of April, 1856.
janl4-6t. Sec'y of the Commonwealth
LARGE and Extensive Assortment of
Glassokare, just received from the actories, and tor
slim cheap by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jlB corner Front and Market streets.
ALMANACS ! ALMANACS !
- DEAR'S GERMAN AND ENGLISH AL
AI) M.ANACS in every quality can be had at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
GOLD PENS I—The largest and best
stock, from $l.OO to s4.oo—warranted—at
1120 SHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE
BLICK-WHEAT MEAL and CORN MEAL
just received and for sale low at
NICHOLS di BOWMAN,
J 6 corner Front and Market streets.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR in fourth and
halt bbl. sacks, also, wholesale and retail at the
New Grocery and Provision Store Front and Market sta.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN having just re
turned from the East with an extensive and will
selected stock of goods, purchased for mob, respec fully
invite the chisel:at of Harrisburg and vicinity to call and
examine their New Goods at the old stand termerly on •
copied by V. Hummel, corner Front and slarket 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, CURRENTS, NUTS,
SOAPS, Common and Fancy ;
WILLOW and CEDAR-WARE ;
CIGARS, best of Imported Brands;
TOBACCO, Smoking and Chew
QUEENSWARE I QUEENSWARE I
Extensive assortment of all styles, and patterns and
prices. Call and examine our Stock of Goods at the
Wholesale and Ranh Grocery, Fruit and Provision Store,
corner Front and Market streat, Harrisburg, Pa.
Country Produce taken. delo-1y
SOLDIERS' NICK NACK'S,
F OR Bale at
KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE
Camp Writing Cases,
Needle or Sewing Cases,
Shaving or Razor Cases,
Pocket Ink Stands,
India Rubber Tobacco Pouches,
Wicker, Leather 8G Platina Flasks,
eather Drinking CURS.
Pens, Penholders, Pencils, Paper, andEnvelepes.
Soldiers will see al a glance that the place to ,get an
outfit in small wares is at No. 91, Market street.
4a- See "Fort Pickens" in the window. nos-tt
PRESERVE YOUR LEATHER
KEEP YOUR FEET DRY.
ONE BOX OF FRANK MILLER'S
WATER PROOF OIL BLACHIN G
WILL LAST AN OUT-DOOR MAN ONE Y
oirCOST d 5 Ch ' NTa,p
AND save more than four times its coil
in the durability of Mather, and. greatly coutribute
to health 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; Eby & Kunkle, corner of Filth and Mar
ket streets ; Wm. Dock, Jr., 1c Co., Marketstreet ; Jacob
Buehler, No. 29, second street, and J. C. Rimb-dl, Mar
ket Mr. et. del24llm-tv4t*
TO THE YOUNG MEN OF PENN'A.
_HAVING been authorized to recruit a
Regiment for the Volunteer service of Pennsylva
nia we have concluded to make it a regiment of "uharp
Shooters"—rdiemen—recruit d from the State at large.
We want TUN good able bodied yiiung men from each
county, so as to have every partion of the State fully
and equally represented.
Those desirous of serving their country, of fighting under
and for out good old nab, have EinW a splendid oppor—
tunity offere I them We intend to make this a "CRACK
REGIMENT;" if passible the beet is the service of our
noble Commonwealth. Wad substantial uoitarmi will
be turnished as ROOD as the men reach Camp and a - c
lawOru Into the service. Tee Regiment will be ar mad
with MINI or ENFIELD 811153 WILI. SABER BAYONETS. Those
desiring to enlist, as positively only TEN will be taken
from each county in the State, cad better report iname
ately, auy time after the 10th of Dn.:ember to W W.
Brown, Rarrisburg, Pa. Any or all aommanicatio lIE from
distant counties will be answered speedily .nd confider,.
tially. W. W . Rits.,VirN, Captain.
k:s.—A.ll papers favorable to the cause will please
copy. del3 04 w
COAL ! COAL ! !
$3, AND $2 25 PER TON OF 2,000 L 133
0. D. FORSTER,
FFICE No. 74, Market Street, yard on
TUI the Canal, foot of North street, Wholesale and Re
tail dealer in
LYE - ENS VALLEY;
BROAD 10P COAL
Famlies and Dealers may rely upon obtaining a first-rate
article, and full weight, at the lowest rates. Orders
promptly atteaded to. A liberal aieutlll4 made to pur
(Masers paying for the coal when ordered.
Present price, $3 and $2 25 per ton.
A PINE LOT OP 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, Sau'
and a large variety of other articles constantly on han
fur sale wholesale and retail. Thanktal for former pat
ronage, I hope by strict attention to business to receive a
liberal share of the trade.
A lino Smokieg Room attached, where customers may
lay back and ton my Segars and Tobacco.
Don't forget the window with the Ship in it; that is the
place to buy your Tobacco and iier,aris. North Market
Square, above Market street, ifirrisourg.
Dec. 4, 1861.—dgm. wM. WYROFF.
NEW CLOTHING STORE.
SHELLENBERGER & BROTHER,
NO. 80 MARKET STREET.
(Room /wino* occupied by the Postoffice.)
undersigned have just opened a
new and large assortment of tne lattaq styles of
chatting. We are also prepared to manufacture to order
all kinds of Gents Wear. cut to the latest style; and lash.
ions. We have always on hand a large stock of Ready
made clothing and Gentleman's Furnishing Goods.
no 9-0301 H. SHELL ENBERGER & BRO.
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVER'S
COAL BY THE PATENT WEIGH CARTS.
1111 ESE Weight Carts are certified by the
Sealer of Weights and Measures. Consumers can
weigh their coal at their own doors. It is of great im
penance during these hard times for every one to allow
that they err THEIR FULL HONEST WEIGHT.
A large supply of Coal always to be found on hand,
LYKENS VALLEY all sizes.
BALT It. CO'S WILKSBAERE„ all sizes.
LOEBERRY COAL, (the genuine article,)
Sold by the car load or single ton.
All coal of the best quality, delivered free from all im
purities ♦T PRICES To SIRE THE TIMES, by the boat or car
load, single, half or third of tons and by tee bushel.
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, Nov. 6,1861. y
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
1 \HE subscribers have this day formed a
1, Limited Partnership under the act ot: Assembly in
such case made and provided, under the firm of Charles
L. Bailey, .h Bro., the general nature of the busi
ness to be transacted is the manufacture of
boiler plate and tank Iron The general partners
therein are Charles L. Bailey, and George Bailey, resid
ing in the city of Harri:burg, Pa., and the special
partner is Morris Patterson, residing in the city of Phila.-
depots,. The amount of capital in actual cash payment,
which the said Morris Patterson has contributed to the
common etoek Is twelve thousand five hundred dollare.—
The said partnership is to commence January lat, 1862
and is to terminate December 31st, 1366.
CRAB. L. BAILEY, General
GPItitGE BAILEY ) Partners.
MORRIS PATTER3OIif, Special Partner.
Harrlsbure, Jan. 1, 1962.—ja1i-d3l
FRESH BUTTER and EGGS constantly
on hand and for sale by
NEIBOLS & BOWMAN,
corner Front and Market streets
CURRANTS, SATES, Bic.,
Rai Ole for Mince Pies tor sole low by
(WO WILDOOK, JR. , &00
41. STEAM WEEKLY
4i,\ BETWEEN NEW TORE
AND EMBARKING PAS
:,-,_NOEtt- at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver
pool, New 'tor,: and Philadelphia Steamship company
intend • despatching their full powered Clyde-built 11 , 311.
Steamships as follows :
ETNA, Saturday, January P ; KANGAROO, Saturday
January 16 ; CITY OF BALTIMORE, Saturday, Janua
ry 26; end every Saturday, at Noon,from Pier 44,
FIRST CABIN $75 OD I STEERAGE ..... S3O 00
do to London oo do to London ..$33 00
do to Parts $B5 00 do to Paris $36 00
do to Hamburg.. $B5 00 I do to Hamburg $65 00
Passengers also forwarded to Havre. Bremen, Rotter
dam, Antwerp, Sic., at equally low rates.
lay-Persons wishing to bring vitt their friends can buy
tickets here at the following rates, to New York: From
Liverpool or Queenstown; Ist Cabin, 375, $B5 and $lO5.
Steerage from Liverpool 840 00 From Queenstown,
These Steamers have superior accommodations for
pafisetigers, and carry experienced Surgeons. They are
built in Water-tight. Iron Siutions, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators on board.
Or further information apply in Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN, Agent, 22 Water Street ; in Glasgow to WM.
IN.MAN, 5 51. Enoch Square ; is Queenstown to C. & W.
1). SEYMOUR & CO. ; in London to HIVES & MALY, 61
Ring William St. ; in Parit to JULOS DECODE, 5 Place
de la Bourse ; in Philadelphia to JOR N G. DALE, 111
Walnut street ; or at the Company's oillces.
.150. G. DALE, Agent,
16 Broadway, New York.
Or C. 0. Zimmerman. Meet, Harrisburg.
git/rPASSENGIERS YOR EUROPE.—By or , ler of the
Seoretar) of state, a 1 passengers leaving the United
St tea are required to procure Ya.tsporte before going of
board the St amer.
Passengers will not be subjected to any trouble or de
lay is procuring them, if they cal! for instructions at the
Company's tithes, 15 Broacway, York.
janS JOHN G AGENT.
FOR SEWING' MACHINES
JONAS BROOK & BRO'S
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL COTTON.
200 & 600 YDS. WIII7E, BLACK & COLORED.
IHIS thread being made particularly for
Sewing Machines, is VERY STRONG, :,:Ntooru AND
ELASTIC. Its strength is not unpaired by washing, nor
by friction of the needle. For Au:blues, usa Brooks ,
FOR UPPER THREAD,
and Brooks Patent Six Cord, Red Ticket,
FOR UNDER THREAD,
Sold by respectable sealers throughout the country.—
Also, moans 2F 100 MANN KAM, ASSORIND sue , by
Wit. HENRY Mfg, Site Agent.
no9.d6m 36 Veseystreet, New York.
CHOICE LIGHT READING.
frIHE SIITHERLANDS, by the author of
. 1_ "Rutledge," Price $1.25.
Also new editions of
RUTLEDGE—uniform with "The Sather
lands " $1.25.
BEITLII--twenty-fif th edition--$1.25.
EAST LYNNE—A new Novel-50 cents.
TON TIDLER'S GROUND, by Dickens, 25 cts.
FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE, 38 cts.
Together with all the New Books, soon as
BERGNER'S CHU& BOOKSTORE.
SOHEFFER'S BOOK STORE !
(Near the llarrisburq Bridge.)
SI.2SJU,ST RECEIVED trom the
_ mills a lot 01 One CONDIERCIAL NOTE
PAPER, which we will sell at $1.25 per ream.
sii.so per ream for NOTE PA.I'Erl, decorated with
the latest and vary handsome emblems awl patriotic
113.50 for 1000 WHITE ENVELOPES, with national and
patriotic emblems, printed in two colors.
Please give ns a call. THE . F. SCR F.FFER,
UMBRELLA MANUFACTORY I
N 0.69, Market Street, below Third,
M. U. LEE,
MANUFACTURER, OF UMBRELLAS,
PARSOLS and WALKING CAKES, will famish
goods at LOWER PRIOR than can be bousht in any of
heastere cities. Country m Tchants will do well to
all and examine prices and ga lay, and convince them
elven of thin fact. att23-dty
OUR newly replenished stock of Toilet
and Fancy Goods is unsurpassed in this city, and
feeling confident of rendering sidislactiun, we would res
pectfully invite a call. KRLLER,
9.1 Market street, two doors east of Fourth street, south
"THE PEN MIGHTIER THAN THE
THE 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.
MBE Schuylkill and Susquehanna Rail
Road Company have removed their MU a to the up
per end of the Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot.
Jan. 6, 1862.—1ru
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
TRO~,Y, NEW .Y 0 RK :
TRE seventy-sixth semi-annnal session
of this welt known Institute for inAruction in the
Mathematical, Physical and Natural •zciecces, wit com
mence on Wednesday, Feb . 19th, 1862. A lull course in
Military science is now in progress. Graduates of the
Institute find no difficulty in Gumming very desirable po
sitions as Civil, Naval and Too raphical Engi.:.eers. The
Annual Register, giving full particular, can oe obtaited
of Prof. Charles llrowne, llieactor.
jag-dBw-w6vir N. 8. 8. REIMAN, President
Avaluable Two Story double frame
Dwelling House and Lot of ground, situated on the
corner of North street and East Avenue, t 0 feet on North
street and 110 feet deep, two basement ..itehens, 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. hcquire ui W. BARE,
Diet Clty Auctioneer.
THE STORE ROOM, now occupied by
Robinson & Co., Groners ' Canal street.
ALSO—A SLO: Room, and Dwelling House on Ridge
Road. apply to
Ad2w* GEO. G. EUKKEL,
Canal street, between State and Walnut streets,
Hai riaourg, Pa.
Rubber Toys generally at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
E.SENCE of VANILLA, Essence of
Lemon, Flavoring Furaets, :or gale at the new
iti reneSule and Email Grocery and Provision Store, cor-
Lo , r Front and Marget areets
_9l Tobacco, of all kinds. Ex
la's t of ,Cigars, at
corner. Front and Market street.
t t u tI F
l e 6 1 lurtu
WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALER
iu Confectionary, Foreign and Domestic Fruit.—
Figs, Dates, Prunes, Raisins and Nuts of all kinds.—
Fresh and :.ral LFiah, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Spices, To
bacco, Segars and Country Produce in general, Market
street, next door to Parke House, also corner Third and
rio. 1 MACKERAL in Kitts, half bar
rels, and barrels, at tho Mew Grocery and Provi
sion Store, Front and Market streets.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN
PORT FOLIOS—WRITING DESKS,
A N entire new assortment of these useful ar
11. tides just opened at
BERGNER'S Cheap Bookstore,
NICHOL': & BOWMAN