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s a turday Morning, January 25, 1"
A' AIRS t.l) OVlat.—Both houses of the DlN
box,: Ijoarned over until three o'clock
P. )1 Ntouday.
ISFANE FATIENT6 REMOVKIL—The insane pa
tients who were at the Stattt, Lunatic A4lum,
this city, from Nortlnunpton county, have re
ctntly hero removed to the new county Lunatic
/Ist low near Naz trent.
Moo. Bic Ilons J toll) Buck, of Upper
tgnship, in this county, recently kill
h, g,, %vbich wdglied, respec ivelY l
5591,. 509 and 4711 lbs., maklog 1,570 pounds
Mr. ligNJ WHITNIAN, formerly of this place,
conic one 01 the proprietors of the Erie
Olarver, under whose editorial management
t h a t piper will doubtless prosper. Mr. W. is
a p il l* wan of decided ability, and will make
Ids mark its a writer.
ins "Guam, ' Exchange Hall, continues to
like IL green bty tree. Matt. Gabler !is
an excellent comic singer, and never fails to
ritiiir the "119 i i)les" on the most serious cone-
The ethiopian minstrels are also
..p ira ," while the dancing of Miss Julia is
iilwals encored. There is fun at
Tl , SMOKERS —Our friend Bannvatt, the drug
gist, has just rectived a fine lot of imported
H 1V.L113 cigars from Mr. Hoin's establishment,
wider the Continental Hotel, consisting in part
of Cabereas, Globo, Tulipan, Elegantes;
&C., all well known' brands. Lovers o
the weed should not forget to call at his store,
under the Jones' House, and see the assortment.
COURT PROCERDINGS.—The following cases
were tried in Court since our last report :
Com. vs, Robert Baskine. Assault and bat
tery. Nut guilty, but directed to pay the costs.
Com. vs Jno. Williams, (colored.) Larceny.
Cora. vs. E , I. Loeb and Leopold Hersh. In
dietmilit—setting fire to their store to defraud
insurance. On trial when our report closed.
Sean PUS ACCIDENT.—Last week, Miss Emma
Jordan, daughter of Edward Jordan, Esq., re
siding near Middletown, met with a serious ac
cident while on a visit to Philadelphia. It
appears while she in company with a number
of other young ladies, out skating, she slipped
and fell upon the ice, and severely injured her
spine. She was brought to h-r home on Si
mday. We have not-been able to learn the
extent of the injury she received, nor what the
prospects are for her recovery.
New SLEEPING CARS.—Two handsome sleeping
care, (Woodruff's patent,) manufactired at the
Philadelphia car works, passed through here
yesterday westward. They are intended for the
Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago railroad,
and differ somewhat from those of the same
pttent heretof re in use, they having had sev
eral important improvements introduced into
them, ono of which is the manner in which the
cars are ventilated.
luau WATEIL—Thu water in the Susque
hanna still remains at a flood height. The
same may be said of all the creeks and small
streams throughout our county- The Middle
town Journal, of yesterday, says "the Swatara
river is bank full of water, and overflowing in
some places. 11 commenced to swell rapidly
as early as Monday morning, on which day
the greater portion :if the ice was forced loose
and swept into the Susquehanna, which was a
fortunate occurrence for our timber merchants,
as the timber in the stream could not have
withstood the heavy body of water now in
the Swami, combined with thepresure of the
We believe but a few longs were carried
away by the freshet."
IMPORTANT ENTERPRISE.—Newspaper hfc
--With a view to the accommodation of
readers along the line of the Penn-
,), ‘huia railioad, that company will, on Mon
uvxt, , uakuieuc J r tinning a n.wspaper express,
\SLI , :II V.lll l AVO Pedadelpaia every morning,
I,lur alid reach this city at 8 45, A. X.
I, a ..;(eAt accommodation, not only
Ai „e., but to those residing along the
la„. ui [ia• 1i,a.1 further west. At present the
uua.l,:tddit papers are received in this city by
ut ikaiiug and Lebanon, by one o'clock,
P u. Toe new arrangement wilt put the Oen
ahead iu the news business, and it is
itlitah:r evhietno of the readiness of the Nark "
;) aui.l rainua , l to accommodate the citizens
Ace010101)ATION WANTED. —A correspondent
tt,e Middletown Journal says that there are
WAily Very few points along the line of the
' 1,,z3ivii.1.1 railroad in which there is more
ti tb[ot daily uceurB between Middletown
i il,misherg. The points are closely con
t dti p. it ba[iiness relations and the travel
dt, Lugo. For some time past considerable
, ivelii,o(Ai bite been experienced in conse
,. [[[[ of then being no train over the road
Mit! unlock in the day—which under the
al [augment affords but little time for
1,,.. miNictiou of business at Harrisburg. The
I vatiLt railroad'could,without subjecting
td - rilF , lc e6 to any additional expense or incon-
obviate the difficulty by placing a
car on the local morning freight
1. It the company would adopt this sag
_ it would have the effect of increasing
tiavd aria at the same time give universal
, tacti:ut to the busiuesa public. It is to be
1 that the present indefatigable Scperin
lelA or the road will endeavor to grant ihe
ihite , ranniodation by ordering a passen-
Le attached to the local freight from
to this city in the morning.
Ice Wilting the ub me we have been inform
that tile company will commence Yenning
utithil,g train on the Told next Monday,
ich AV presume will afford the aocommoda
cns dulled by our Middletown friends.
Jtteafnm , ..inwlm?is.
GRAIN Count Among will find an advertiaeC
meat in another column, that will benefit them
by its reading:
Tus Mimi CABAL.—These are at present
about one hundred and twenty men employed
along the line of the Union Canal, repaitiog,
Weaning out, and otherwise improving the
same. The Work is be ti pushed forwatd, so
as to be ready, for the:OPe4ing_ of navigktion,
as early as the, season will permit. The carry
ing capacity of these works is being gradually
but surely imuroved. Since the enlargement,
the capacity has been increased thirty-three
Among other improvements, the construction
of a new sluice-way at the "Big Dam," near
Jonestown, is worthy a notice. A drift or
tunnel is being made from below the dam into
the pool of the same, above. This drift will
be circular, eight feet in diameter, awl about
two hundred and fifty feet in length, through
a solid trap rock. In the pool of the dam,
over the mouth of the drift, a stone sluice, or
gate-house, some forty-five feet high, will be
erected. This work is progressing as rapidly
as practicable, a night and day force being em
A Nom, WEDDING. —Our citizens will recol
lect Father Kemp's " Old Folks," who gave
several concerts at Brant's Hall, in our city,
several years ego. The troupe are now knovim
as the "Continental Old Folks," and are at
present ' giving a serious of entertainments at
the Musical Fund Hall, Philadelphia. Daring
the present season a young couple, known upon
the posters and programmes as " Cousin Reu
ben" and "Granny Slocum,' have added
much . to the reputation of the t recipe ; and,
from an invitation received, we judge as they
increased in the favor of the public, they
also increased in the esteem of each other
Last evening the sequel was made apparent to
the attendants at the Concert, it having been
so determined by the parties interested that,
at the close of the entertainment, Miss Hattie
A. Annable and Henry E. Holloway, clothed
in the garb of "ye olden time," would be
united in the holy bonds of matrimony, in
the presence of the audience, by the Rev.
Charles Wadsworth, D. D. The ceremony
being concluded, ' the witnesses were invited to
partake of a collation of doughnuts, cider, &c.,
similar to those served in years gone by upon
DIMMER! OP A NSW BORN INFANT.—Probable
Infanticide. —At an early -hour yesterday, 'a
roll of white cotton cloth was discovered lying
upon the floor of a privy in the yard of a pri
vate residence in Mary's alley, between Second
street and_ Meadow lane, which, upon being
taken up and unrolled, revealed the naked body
of a new born white male infant. It had evi
dently been placed there the night previous
by some unknown person, and was quite dead
when- first discovered. The circumstance
created quiet an excitement in the neighbor
hood, 'and notice of the fact was conveyed to
Justice Bender, who proceeded to hold an in
quest over the remains. Several witnesses
were examined ; but - nothius-wres
could lead to the indentlflcation of the body,
or the discovery of the parties who placed It
where it was found. Tun child was about one
day old, its body w.lll formed, and it is the
opinion of a physician examined at the inquest,
that it was living when born. The jury re
turned a verdict in accordance with the aboVe
foots, and the corpse 'was sent to the Poor
house burial ground for inter,ment. It might
be proper to state that the family who occupy
the house to which the privy belongs, are
highly respectable, and no one entertains any
suspicion of their complicity in the affair. The
privy is of easy access from the alley, the gate
of the yard being open more than half the
timeand it is supposed that this was taken
advantage of by the heartless mother of the
child to be relieved from its care, and at the
Fame time to shield herself from the penalties
of outraged law.
Tan "Rim or Ave" AGAIN.—We stated yeS
terday that this " humbug " had turned up in
Pittsburg, and that the newspapers of that city
were after him with a "sharp stick." It ap
pears, also, that the Pittsburg police authorities
discovered a city ordinance against, each." lot
tery" arraugement's as that advertised by the
"Fakir," and warned him of their intention
to enforce it in his cage 'shcipld he persist in
the " gift " portion of his entertainment.
The Pittsburg Dispatch of 'yesterday contains
the following in relation to matter :
" The Fakir appeared, by request, at the
Mayor's office yesterday afternoon, and was in
formed of the existence of • the ordinance re
ferred to, also of the intention to enforce it. He
was not a little surprised, and after some pleas
ant conversation with the diayor—the Fakir
being extremely polite and gentlemanly in his
demeanor—he stated that rather than abandon
his exhibition on the advertised plan he would
consent to appropriate the proceeds to some
chatitable purpose. The Mayor replied that in
that event he would enforce the ordinance, be
lieving it could not be evaded in that way.
" Then," said the Fakir, "if I give a perform
ance thre will likely be a disturbance in con-
sequence Of *the gifts not being distributed."
The Mayor assured him that he should be pro
tected. If the Fakir concludes to forego giving
a performance in this city, the license fee paid
by him , will be refunded, and he will depart to
a region where humbuggery is more popular.
Since the above was written we have learned
that the performance will certainly be given to
night with the omission of the prize drawing
portion, which has been forbidden by the au
The following notice also appears in another
part of the _Dispatch. It winds the "Fakir" up
" Timms for sale •at Hunt's book store, un
der Masonic Hall," is the announcement at the
head of the "small bills" of the " Fakir' of
Ava," who, according to report, considers it a
sharp feat of "'magic " to gull simple people
with gifts of gimcrackery. Mr. J. P. Hunt
sends us a private note to say "he will not sell
any of the said Fakir's tickets."
To ma P umw—Having just got through
auditing our last years account of last years
business, which shows a reasonable margin of
profit, we are induced to say, (notwithstanding
the great advance in dry goods,) that with a
large stock of goods on hand, boughrtntich be
low the present ruling rates. We are deter
mined to offer such inducements, during this
year, that the mostprudent buyers can not
help b,ut pleased. . Yetlre,
mica ar * J an
()or. Front it Market Sta.
Vertniplutitita taiiti - attegtaph, Vatiii•av - Morning. IlanuarV 25, 1862
NOTIGR ! BARGAINS i BARGAINS ! ! - Gentlemen
- now is the time to have a good fitting Shirt
made to measure or from sample. lam . now
making a gocid 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 Gentleman' 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
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS. —25 pieces of beau
tiful DeLaines, black ground with set flower,
at 25cts., worth 37ets. 50 pieces of while, yel
low and red flannels, all prices. Hoop skirts
at 75, $l, and $1 25. 100 dozen white linen
pocket handkerchiefs, front auction. S:hirt
breasts at 15, 25, and 27cts. A new lot of those
white ribbed stockings. 60 dozen white end
greY draWers and tuniershlris.- 50 'dozen loilf
wool and all wool socks. A larg.i lot of velvet
ribbons. Children's wool stockings, all prices,
12/eta. and upwards. Oar balance of stock of
futS 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.
WELT °RANG ES and Confeotionarg,
Lemons apple', Dried_Fruits, Dandelion OiNee,
Prunes, Plga,..Datos and Cranbury, Nuts of all ainda, &a
&O. at JOHN Wl3;
jy2l-2ts Corner Third and Walnut-St.
TO GRAIN CONTRACTORS.
THE • BALTIMORE BAG FACTORY,
No. 77 South Strtef, Baltimore - Afd.
I S PREPARED to furnish Government Contractors and others with Linen or 1141.90 Begs 'or
ad sizes, proinptly for comtr at low prices: Oats and
Corn (Infractors will Sod it to their advantago to give me
a call. JOHN 0. GrtaFFLIN.,
BalUmore, Jan. 17th. iy24-2mds
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON AND &Fria •
MONDAY JANUARY 27th, 1862.
the Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows :
THROUGH EMES4 TRAIN leay.a Harnetrurg daily
a(3 20 a. m, aim arrives at Wait Philadelphia • It. 4o
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily, (except Sunday,)
at LOU p. m., and arrives 'at West Philadelphia at kid
AAILTRAIN leaves ftarrLiborg daily (excapt SalldaY)
-Lt. 5.55 p. m., and ardvagat West PtilladiiiO4/. LLOO
AUJOMMUDATiON., blount JO, Ravi*
tiarriabura at I.B'l a. m., auR arrives Wmt
&Apia at. 12.85 p. in. -
ar . .o)2lldUDA.Vltial ULM, via IJOtain
41a, leaves at 200 p. m.. and arrlysii Wait
. 4 hiLuttelphla - 4 7 204. m. - ' '
VW VW 4 0:
lu. p.rs 11 atria a .
RariG t riat q r :4 11„.r-iiitilly&ftk
m., and arrives - at Paaburg .
leellrell Philadelphia at 8.00 a. m. , and at -
ztvasat.tlartiaburg at 1.281.. m.; leavesii trrisburg at 9.00
m., tkIWOOa, 8,18)p. m., and arid Vat at , Pittatin it
FAST LINE lea Tea Palled4plita at 11.2.6 s m., Raids
burg 4.05'p.'m., AitOOMt at '9.10'0. tn. , iind atTlytAg at
Patabarg at 1.40 a. m.' `
• r •
Al2:011M140 4 11141.1. ritAia loa yea 1111.1
delphla st. 230 p. m., sed arrive d%
. 14 liartlaparg at 0.00
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION via Mount Joy.leaviis
Lancaster al 1L33 a. in., arrives at Harrisburg at 1.30
P. in • . . .
The NEWS EXPAESS and PAtIIIiNGER TRAIN will leave
West Philadelphia at 4.00 a. m.; Lancaster 7.07 a. m.;
mount Joy at 7.43 a. m.' ' Itidalvtown at 8.2 h a. m., and
a r rive at Harrisburg at 8.65. a.m., connecting with Mall
Train west; rrem Harrisburg, at 9.t0 a. in. •
•- SAMUIia. D. YOuNG,
tiuix.Bitai s inv. Yonne. liaulruaa
tiarrisbarg,January z 4, 1582 —at
WILL be sold at :Public Sale at 10
o'clock A li., on KAIUBDA V.zaz 'EIGHTH imti
ua .O.KBRUAKY; a D., 1562, at tne Court Howie in liai
risourg, the :blaming valuanie Real entate, viz : •-•
A certain lot or Drouno situates in Upper dwatasi
umnsuip, Dauphin :Aunty, about one quarter• of a mile
be.ow the line of UlO city of tiara isburg, containing- nine
acres, mare or less, on wition is erected a hags thstillerY
(Knowu an Lae Keystone. Ditaillary,) together With: wanti
uteut number of l'ens for leetting One .lamMatittelogsl
so, other out ouguingi neva:nary about an eatablisomein
oh toe Kind.
Thu Distillery is located ou the Pommy'vents Railroari
with a eating belouging to the property, the Penneylvii
ma Canal making too ouuudary line of the east end tit
any , cram Wiabing to, examine the premises- ; before
the day of Bale, will please 0111 on Mr. John Young, near
the same, woo will give any Information Mat may ue re
quested. .If .he premises Sebald, not be sold °timid. day
racy will for rent.
ALteudance will be Liven and Geedliable or sale made
J ia ,Sw JACOIILBIRY.
COAL•I PO WDERI!
COAL REDUCED 11 1
consideration of the hard times, and
as 1 sell exclu.ivoly PUB CASH, I have reduced the
price of Coal us follow.
I.ykens Valley Broken (&• $2 90 per ton
Largedittg •• 290
" " ; clinad ltigg " 290 "
' Stove 2.90 "
Nut " 225 " "
Wilisbane a9O 4, ~
Lorberry " 290 " "
/Well Goal delivered by the rsmaidr Waled( Caen; ii
eau tie weigued di the purchasers (icor, and 11 it Wei
Sheri 10 PoUSDS, the Coal Willi be forleitea.
All Uoal of tun beet quality, uelivered free from
Avg-Coal sold In qui/tine; at the Low= Wnotieiwie
PftlosS. . .
Agout for Dupont's Colooratid #der, a larg6 supply
aiW4ya nn hazil y at manufacture:re prices.
Xfa-A Loge tot of superior baled Nay for sale.
IS hereby given twit Mra:Lavinia
beet& has died on application to the bourtef cater ter
a ft einna of Daupnin county, rot Tavern :License th
4th Ward 01 the city 01 Harrisburg, and that the
will be pres;nted to the said Court on the 6th day. o
February, 1862. J. C. YOUNG, Clerk.
INSTRUCTION IN, MUSIC.
ALady, qualified by a thorough Musil
cal Mutation acquired by a long coarse of study
iu Europe nutter Eminent Masters and by several years
of seccessruk' teaching, desires a few pupils in Plano
music and singing, Operatic and Balled sales. Address
L,, Box 87, Harrisburg, P. U. 128 2wd*
CHOICE Syrups, Lovering& and other
choice brands, for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
jl6 corner Frobtanithfarket streets.
1,000,000 ENVELOPES I •
AN immense stock of ENVELOPES of every
j t,L, size is now opening at
• BERGNER'S OHEAPSOOKEITORE.
LiftN2l:l 1317 ITER, and EGGS constantly
on kand and for aide by •
• • , 1410HOLS ir,BOWMAN,
9 come yront, and Mutat streets
ra tAN J ARAJM," Dried Fruits, Freed
APPIIOIw, & BOWitank
corner, Front and market streets.
E A 8 'l`*** ♦ Ili IN
G BEAT SAI.F. AND FREE DISTRIBUTION
DR. W. BARR, OF HARRISBURG . .
Having purchaied ar icr tire right end interest to mono
M lj NNEL S
GOLDEN ELECTRIC OIL,
- LIVERY body ought to join in circulat
log Ii ; if the 1 . .14. we represent are so. All are in -
terested, the well and &Bile ed.
'rim GOLDEN MEC !RIC 1 , , is useful in Chronic and
Nervous' Areases, such a's Rheumatism; Neuralgia,
Bronchitis, Catirrah, Scrofula, riles, Fresh or Old Sores,
Blears, Glandular Strellinge, Femsle Complaints, foie
In fact there is no family medirine that .cts with such
magic power as the Golden Electric (11. Hundreds can
certify t 'lts virtues. '
For the gurPose of lulrodnclrg it into every family,
with tweet my own vamsble preparations for Coughs,
Croup, Weak and Inflamed Eyes, and as an indum-ment
to those who assist me to dispose of 20 gross, I place:in
asesslon of a committee of hoooraule gentlemen the
following valuahleartieles. for FaSEdistribmiod amougst
the purehasers :
1 Fla 6-nwave Piano $lOO 00
1 FMB Dressing Bureau 16 00
1 Fine Cottage Bedstead 8 00
1 Fine Et gl eh Gold Lever Water' 85 00
I Fine Ladiee' ... do 30 00
2 rine Silver Watches, 85 00.... 10 00
1 lid Violin and Bow. 5 00
1 Mu-lo Bor. 300
1 Flee Deuble.banmlled Gun 9 00
I line Semi-tone Accordeon.... 4 00
4 Gold 13racelets, $1 00 400
600 Boxes Valuable Pills, 26 cis 125 Ou
400 Boxes Tooth Powder, 25 eta 100.00
200 Copies Life of Dan lice, Embellished, 25 cts 50 00
1 Copy, 6 volumes, Christian Union, 81 00.... 600
1 Fine Silk Dress ..... ............. 20.00
1 Fine DelitineDrev . 00
2 Fine Lawn Dresses $3 00.... 6OO
6 Fine Gold Pencils, $1 . 00,,,, 6 00
200 Fine Suume,Buttoes 12% ...... 25 1,0
24 Fine Ladies' Guards, 26 eta 6 00
20 Fine eats of Jewelry; $1 20 00
20 Fine Double Heaallions, 1 00 20 00
60 Fine Locket Pine, 50 eta 25 00
600 Vine ( 1 606 Stszds,.26 cts - 160 00
500 Floe 18-karat limge„26, cut 126
200 Fine Gent= Sleeve softens, 12% chi 25
100 Funs alien's Razor Powder, 25 eta......... . 26 60
1 Gilt Family 8ib1e.... 00
1 Barrel F10ur.... - 70 0
Ou the payment of : 50 Gents for each Bottle or Box of
the idedolne, the purchaser, will receive a receipt and
an order for an envelope, which will contain the nunie if
cue of the above sifts. on the day of the dist...Menem of
gifts, the envelopes will be placed Ma boxer wheel, with
a hole to pass the hand into it, the envelopes all 'put into
ths wheel, well ahook up add secured, each purchaser
will draw out his or her own envelope; the gift named
therein will be given as soon as the drawing chases. No
tice will be given to agents; and'ln the papers, of the day
of distribution. Parc nacre a. a distance will have an
etjuel eltare*i.b these residue - or liarrbiburg. On re•
eeipt the money for one or more dozen, the medicine,
with cerificate and orders, will be fbrwarded by express,
free of charge. In alt eases the medicine is warranted:to
wire Or give relief, Or no charge. See cerdllcates.
pt,lys Boat}-bats str.:=—Aa •beivo learned that you
have purchased tbdright Mlnarinfaddin and sell 'M'Con
noirs Golden Electric Ott, for the beheflt of the afflicted,
I send the fallowing :—I have been afflicted with a run
ning bore on my lett leg for tort years. 'Daring that Use
I have been muter the treatment of ten of the best Doc
tors In Harriitiarg, talliinore and Cumberland county ;
but all could not t libel a cure. A litile over a year pest,
going into .tuy blacksmith chop after dark, I hurt my
right leg also, below`the %nee.- Slireid all around the
leg, and bedadno, a ; running sore. Several Doctors told
me I must have my leg taken off, mortification having
taken place: Forttinatoly.l got a boWer of 'your Golden
El, etrie oil for my child's sore mouth. It cured so wen
that. I thought I would try it on my legs. I have been
using It about six weeks, acid my. legs are new haaled up
—sound and well
• . RUSH& T. HOOCH:
We, the Midendgisd, who are well acquainted with
Elisha T flouch, do certify to the fact as btatea above,
and the benencitl effects of M'Coniteli's Golden Electric
Oil on many otonr neighbors. - .
A.l'. EBB, (Bridgeport Hotel.)
J LONGSZfeCtiXR, Esq.
I have been using=Dr:••Barr'a Group Syrup In my
family for the past tso years. I would not be withoht
it at any price, 'as my children axe imbjeetite Golds rid
Croup. I belle's I have saved their lives by the use of
the , ..ntedledurr. Lilo 'Utak , with children: ought to be
7 11 . 2 L nitycra Most" album. ly for the
v. Dallies t
meet you gave me for myeyes. I have oily used it a leis
times, and am now entirely tree from inflamatiouand pain
which-is kluge Altana. Ilk*, heed. for the, last Aire yea rs
I hope God win bless you for the tree gift. parson
affilctea with: eak or inflamed sore eyes ought to be
without it J. C. HILES.
Being: rell acquainted with J. 0:•nliles, what he• certi
fies to abovd is correct and true, as : singular .B 2 it may
sash. , J. B HELM, 0. C. for Bedford. •
'illutfrielisliive certified—l have only given the above.
Piles, Totter, Poison, Itch, Look Jaw, Gonorrhoea, Gleet,
Lelinorrlite,:androll secret diseases on. ed with same sun.
cess, or.no charge.
'ten per cent. will be paid to all persons selling one or
more dozen. ' W. BAHR,
.120-dewtf Harrisburg, Pa.
THEO. 'l'; OCHEFFER,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER t ,
NO. 18, MARKET STREET,
gerFarticalar atlantic:ln paid to Muting, Range and
*Blueing of Railroad Blanks; Manifeets, Yollelet, Cheeks,
, CARDS primula, 'at $2, $3, El, and 05 Per
thensarat In elegant style. , 120
THIRD STREET, OPPOSITE TELEGRAPH
PRINTING OFFICE,' -
fiAVING handsomely fitted up the
bulldog formerly occupied by the "State Semi
nal, pi luting office; the undersigned Is' prepared to fur
nish tns public with tleiresbments in good style and
quality._ °yin rs seryed up hi every 4yle, and tho table
suppliod with all the delicacies of pa melon. Oysters by
the Quart coy Bag, lteadingAlt feiger, Beer, duzi., constant
ly on hand. 024 E. C. SELaEF.FaR.
A GRAND SOIREE
Will be given at BRANT'S HALL on THURS
DAY Evening, Jan. 80, 1862, by the German
TICKETS - - - - $1 00
FLOOR MANAGE RS. -
D. J. Unger,
Ben' 0: Patera;
Rensselaer - Poly*hnio Institute.
TROY, NEW YORK:
THE seventy-sixth semi-annual session
of this Well , known Institute for , instruction in the
hematical, Physical andlfatural 'iCieLloBB, wilt com
mence oti Wednesday. Fab .19th, 1862. A lull course in
IdilltaryPcience is nowt n progreed. Graduates, of the
Institute find twidlfficulty In ontaining very d esirable pci
altions as Civil, Naval and Topegraptucal Engineers. The
Regilter, giving fall particulars, can ne obtained
'of Prof. Charles Drowne, Director.
.1a9418w-w6w N. 8. a. SEMAN, Presiden t
NO excuse fort hiving Boots and Shoea
not blackened. Blacking that will give a polish on
wet or. gmay boots. Jut the thing for she times, when
every one cannot afford two or three pairs of shoes or
boots. Galena examine, at
N71210L.5.k BOWMAN'S, •
121 corner Front and Market streets.
VOR , I3A.LE CEERAP.-A. TWO
STORY rRAMB HOUSE, 123040 feet
ultuated . on Grad street, tn - the .rear of the ill
Reservoir: Fcr further particulars apply on .
the premises to
122412w* L M. MATER .
OATS OATS t 1 Cash paid for - Oati
1..7 by JAMES M. WHSZLER.
Vir MING MEN desiring to serve in an
Intentry Regiment, which will likely be sell
South, would do well to apply 11. updersigned, who
has authority to raise i*company.
j2t-dlw J. WRIGEIt AWL
. , .
HAY 1 HAY I I—=so tons superior baled
Hai, for Salo wholesale and retail by
'iss JAMES M. WHEELER.
HEAP SIIG.A_RE 1 I—Call at
lIJJ NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
116 ;comer Front!and liarlret streets
124Xfitik. FA:MI.ILT LLAMA in fourth. ugd
xi hall bbL askoks,.,alsoOrtiolesabrond _reudl at pe
asittEinicery and Provision &orsront and Morlue,sbid
on a BOWMAN.
To Volunteer Officers
UNIT= STATES MUSTERING AND
Harrisburg, Pa., .Jan. 20, 1862.
By direction of tie War Department, the
following is published for the information of
volunteer officers "in command of organizations
yet incomplete, in the State of Pennsylvania,:
The only camp of rendezvous in this State,
now officially recognized, is Camp Curtin, near
All incomplete companies or regiments now
organizing at other points will be removed,
Without delay, to CarinrOurtin.
' From and after the' let day of February,
1862, bills for the board and lodging of troupe
at points other than Camp Curtin will not be
paid for a period longer than ten days.
The attention of volunteer officers is called
to the long time which 'is enffered to elapse be
tween the enrollment of their men and their
appearance White the mustering officer. Here
after men must be brought to be multered into
the United States service within five days of
the time of their arrival in.the camp of ren
dezvous, or within fifteen days of the time of
RICHARD I. DODGE,
Captain Eighth' - Infantry,
dlw Mustering and Disbursing Officer.
E have received a fresh Stock of these
valuable remedies—suitable for an manner of
disease -for list of Specific Remedies see Almanac for
In single boxe3, with direct'ons, for 25 els. and 50 cts.
In case of six boxe. , with book of directions 81 00.
In case of fifteen boxes with of directions $2 50.
In case of twenty large vials with book of directions
In case of •' It . it I t ti ICE $5 00
We are now prepared to fill miss vials of any of the
Remedies from No. 1 to 20, and to furnish Humphre ys'
Remedies as customers may desire. t
POND'S hXTRAUT OF HastaiiELlS, or Vegetable
Pain Destroyer, prepares by F. Humphreys, Y. D., eau
be purchased by wholesale or retails/.
SELLER'S Drug and Fancy Store,
91 Market street
UNION - RESTAURANT,
BILLIARD AND BOWLING SALOON,
NO. 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FIFTH.
ry ■ THE subscribers having erected a larg e
- J.—building at the above plsoe, expressly for the pur,, o
sew above iodicated, beg to call the attention of the pub
ho to the Collor:tug
TEA R19141311.1.NT, oil the Ural:Mar, with a dining room
atittchiii, La dited up to first-cliss)ityle, and it will at all
times 018410. d With the best OYSTERS to be had in
the Atlantic cities, together with terrapin, fish and alt
klads_ot game in season. Oysters served up in every
style, and meals to be had 'at all heura.• The Ales of all
the celebrated breweries in the country constantly on
'TheTeti-pin Alley, or Bowling Saloon, Is in the rear,
and contains three alleys of modern construction, where
the !event of :VW healthy exorcise can enjoy the 'Wolves.
The Billiard Saloon is up stairs—elegantly litied up,
and °mastics throe marble top L c imbittatiou cabliton ta
bles;•equal to any Made.
Harrisburg has long felt. the want of a grand combln.
ation of this kind, and as the proprietors are determine .1
to conduct it in.n quiet and orderly manner, and do eve
rything in their power to make it a fa.sstonable retort,
they hope to receive a liberal snare of public patronage.
jai -dll wit. Liam G. ideFADDigN & HO.
A PI N E LOT- OP SUPERIOR
Ea GrALRIS IO
XIADE of Good Tobacco, and. from one
AIL to two years old, of my own manufacture. A tide
lot of choice °hewing md gmoslng formes*, Pipes, &MI
and a large variety of ribber articles constantly on Imo
ior sale wholesale awl retail. 'fhanitiul for former pat
ronage, I Dope by strict &mullion to bilSine!Sit to receive a
lay Back and brat my &gars and 'tobacco.
Ain't forget the window with the Step in lt;.theit to the
place to buy your Tdoacao and aelare. North Market
Square, abovo Market street, H irrisbarg.
„ Wbf. WYNOFF.
A LARGE STOCK OF
30" 17 R. SI
RICH DARK SHADES.
VERY CHEAP GOODS FOR THE
de23 Next door to the Harrisburg Bank. •
"THE PEN MIGHTIER MAN THE
THE LARGEST STOCK,
THE MOM BEAUTIFUL STYLES AND PATTSR,NS
Gold and Silver - Pencil and Pen
In the market, is to be found at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
COAL COAL OuAL i 1 !
T ' undersigned would inform the con
kumers of Coal that he is now-prepared to furnish
Cedl fromuader cover perfectly dry and clean in all
kinds of weather,
Lykens Valley Broken Coal
" Large Egg "
Small kgg "
Pittston Lump Coal.
tt 44 2 f t
Mt It 3 - II •
ft ‘. 4 4 .
is S 6 it
Lorberry, Broad Top and Allegheny, also Hickory -and.
Pine Wood. 5.. BYOS.
Harrisburg r Jan. 7, 1862.
A. L N ,
Piano, Melodeon, Guitar and Singing.
AIiTICULAR attention will be paid for
-the education of the voice after "fleasim'a" cele.
Orated method. OffiO3 In William ithoe,he's Music Store;
93 Martel dread. Ja3.dlm
ALMANACS I ALMANACS I
- "DEAR'S GERMAN AND ENGLISH AL-
L) MANACS in every quality can be had at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
• PORT FOLIOS--WRITING DESKS.
N entire new assortment of these useful
tides just opened at
BERGNFR'S Cheap Bookstore,
CROSS & BLA.i;KWELL'S Celebrated
PICKLES SAIMES, PitESEKVEY, &0., G. A large
supply of the above, embracing every variety, jam re
ceived and for sale by
310 WM. DOCK, Jr., & Co.
NEW Fruits Currents, Raisins, Citron
and Lemons, 4 the new Wholesale and Retail, ore.
cery and Provision Store, corner rront and Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
VREStI Lemons, Apples, Cranberries,
for sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
J2l. corner Front and Market street,
ATALENTINEd.--Just opened a fine as
sortment of Valentines at very low prices.
SCHRFFEit'S B STORE.
FOR RENT—The &ore Room corner of
Second and Walnut streets, from the Ist of April
next. Apply (In the same building) to JOHN P. ONA LLS,
cOAL OIL, BEST COAL OIL, Wholesale
and Retail, for sale by NICROL - 3 k BOWMAN.
corner Front and Market streets.
T .ARGis and Extensive Assortment of
I_l Glass-ware, just received from the factories, auditor
saw cheap by NlOticiLs & BOWILOT,
jl6 corner Front and Market streets.
MADIER'S CAMP COMPAbI lON. -,::A
ierrAnsveni.in Wetting -Doak + lajgootortiblim
aferanthunßooltap , litulmonnateic- lowa • A
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE I
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, CARNOROSS,
HIIGIttb, EDMONDS, BECKET, HOLDEN
and the Great Troupe of ARTISTS engaged will
Admission, 26 cents.
Orchestra Chairs, 60 cents.
Seats in Private Boxes, 75 cents.
Entire Box, $6.00.
Doors open 6i o'clock ; Commence at 74 o'clock.
Orln preparation the the OPERA OF LA
SOMNAMBULA, &c., &o. l 6
GROTIO MUSIC HALL!
WA_LNUT BELOW THIRD STREET
CROWDED HOUSES NIGHTLY !
Hundreds Unable to Obtain Admission
The greatest array of Talent ever appearing
in the CAPITAL of the KEYSTONE SPATE.
EVERY EVENING! EVERY EVENING ! !
Composed of MALE and FEMALE ARTISTS,
each one being a STAR in their Profession.
LOOK AT THE NARKS. BEHOLD I OBSERVE
Miss ROSA VOLANADT,
the most pleasing Songstress.
Miss JULIA PRICE, -
the Philadelphia Favorite
1% IrTllOllOlOll4O - tltl 11
the Fascinating panseuee
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 6i o'clock. Commences at 71 o'clock.
O'Positively no Boys admitted.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BUFFALO AN.D GUM ova SHOES,
TRUNKS 'AND CARPET BAGS.
AT THE.= STANDcorner of the alleb_next to_ the
Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestowed upon
the late firm of A. pummel & Co., we trust by strict at
tention to businei3s,. and by keeping it.wellmetscran WOOL
OF GOOD, to merit a Coll.inllllOoo of the same.
Flquyi cs Ijand ezamtn our ATOM and mass ,byore
jan A 411:1111UCIL
Goods are purchased direct from he manufactures for
cash enabling them to Bell very tow.
COAL! COAL !
$3, AND $2 25 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS.
0. D. FORSTER, .
vFFRIE No. 74, Market Street, yard on
the Canal, foot of North street, Wholesale and Re
tell dealer to
BROAD 701' 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 discount made to pur
chasers paying for the coal when ordered.
Present price, $3 and $ 2 26 per ton.
Harrisburg, Oct. 25.—d8m
UMBRELLA HAITUFACITORY !
N. 69, Market Street, beloth Third,
50. HARBISBMIG, Pk.
M. H. L-E E
vrANUFACI'URER OF 'UMBRELLAS,
ILL PARSOLS, and WALKING CANES, will furnish
goods it LOWER PRICES than can be bonzht in any of
ho Eastern cities. ot-y m Tchaut3 will do well to
all andexesniae prices in .t qa taw, and con vine them
'elves or this Cut. . an23-dly
ANOTHER NEW STOOK I
Portable Writing Desks,
and a general assortment of
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
Misses Head Dresses,
Misses Mitts,o&c., Etc.
A . 1, eshitneoicojust opened at CATHCART'S,
nOv4 Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
riIHE commodious STORE ROOM on
odarket Square, neet door to the ' , Jones' Hoose,”
(Coverly's Hotel,) occupied during the last eight or nine
years as a Jewelry and Watch making establishment, dm.
ALSO.—Several DWELLINtt Hi Aida io the vicionlty
of the Capitol, some of then. having stabling, smoke
house, Le house, &c., and vacant lots attached. i•
Possession given the Hirst of April next.
CHAS. C. RAWN.
Harrisburg, Jan. 9, 1862.—i94192
A valuable Two Story double frame
ABL Dwelling Nouse and Lot of gram d, situated on the
Corner of North street and East &venue, 30 feet On North
Street and 110 feet deep, two basement kitchens, two cel
lar, and eleven reoms, also a never failing spring of wa
ter. The building ie well Calculated for a store or hotel.
Terms reasonable. Menke of . W. BAUR,
Jane City Auctioneer.
Tin E Schuylkill and Susquehanna Rail
Road Company have removed their otlhe to the up.
per end ofthe Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot.
Jan. 6,188.1.-1 m
UTHOINSALE and RETAIL DEALER
v v •in Confectionary, Ferelign and Domestic Fruit.—
Datesi-,Yrnnee, Baialas and Nate of all kinds.—
rreeh andAd Wish, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Spews, To
bacco, Regara and Country Produce in general, at the
owner of .Third and Walnut streets.
Rkt's DRUG 13 "PURE is the place
ja b to buy Patois Medioinee.