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Friday Morning, February 14, 1862.
1400 SMALL Norm.—A bill is pending in the
Legi.Ware, authorizing the banks each to in
crew their issues of small notes from twenty to
flog per cent. of their capital stock paid in.—
F r ou present indications
isclt of we are to have no
ripor currency. By and by a bit of
Id or silver money will be a curiosity to be
THE Ares COURT 130U82. —ollr representatives,
F, , x and Freeland, each presented to
ae House this morning six remonstrances,
tivned by citizens of Dauphin county, against
the pa -sage of the bill legalizing certain acts
tie Commissioners of said county. The te
n, ssnanets wets referred to the Judiciary
THE MONT mild weather and "the abisost
t nd diaappearance of ire, have partially inter
with the arrangements made for the
114101 y trial of skill between two of our crack
alluded to in the Trasoient a few days
The Mende of the .parties however do
pot Ink:pair of yet having fine skating, sad
xiteli the atmospheric changes with a deep
;:iterest. They are disposed to think that!the
1,-1 part of this month and the incomini of
Idw.tery March will make up for the short
,aino of the last six weeks in the • way of
~•1•1 weather, and that skaters BS moll as. Ice-
Mrl will have no retisOnlotomplalli .: bf a Jack
THE TWKNTY SECOND.--TO commemorate !the
birth-day ..f Wasbingtbn,by eVery suitable l evi
d: uce of temperate joy and gongratulation t is a
duty every American citizen owes to the man
sin) vas "first in war e &St in peace and first
in the hearts of his countryman," and at 'this
m. , , more than at any other period in 'our
lintWs history, should hl4 noble qualities be
IJH , ught into view that our statesmen and war
ti may t mutate his pure and patriotic e ram-
We see by our exchanges that arrange
ments are being made in all the towns and
title/3 throughout the State, to commemorate
the day with pr , per ceremonies; and we hope
that similar arrangements will be made in this
city. Let the day be observed here in a man
ner becoming freemen, who can appreciate the
blessings of that form of government over
which Washington was called first to pre
DISAPPO/NTSD. —Many of our citizens who
have relatives and friends at Port Royal, have
been grievously disappointed in receiving no
letters from that point within the past few
weeks, It has been asserted that, for the pur-'
pose of concealing his operations, to which too
much publicity has already been given, and
until certain movements now in contemplation
shall have been effected, Commodore Dupont
has determined that no mails shall be de
spatched to the north. The necessities of the
case must plead in extenuation of a course
which although it may result irr anxiety 'and
regret, amongst Individuals, is considered con
ductive to the general benefit, and it behooves
ail to acqiesce in the arrangement, under the
conviction that the causes for the interdict' are
of a temporary nature, and will soon be re
HAIRIER= SKILL AND TH2 GUNBOATS on the
western waters are two of the facts which are
now attracting the admiration and hopes of
success of toe people in that locality. It is
not, however, generally known in this city
that the gunboats doing such mighty service
in the west, were mostly constructed under the
AU ervision and contract of Theodore S. Adams,
of this city, who ie perhaps one of the most
energetic and finished architects and builders
in the country. It was under his supervision
that the gunboat Essex was constructed, which
boat, had it not been for the mere chance of
an enemy's shot passing through one of her
portholes, would have done very effective ser
vice before this time. The Essex is an loa
ner* " machine," armed with the most ter
vible venpons and pronounced by all who Dave
kipetteil her the most finished piece of work
manship, to far as the alteration and repairi
are concerned, that floats on the western
These facts of the identillottion of the skill
and genius of our people, with the fact that
We are also connected with th# weir by hun
dreds of bravo voluuteers, give to this city
more honor than we are in the habit of boast
ing of, but which it is time should at lesist be
SUM LUNATIO HoePlTgi.—We- haverecetved
the report of the trustees and superintendent of
this Institution from which we gather that the
t otal number of patients admitted to its bene
fits, fur 1861 was 134, of which number 84 were
wales and 64 females. The whole number of
those discharged, or who died during the same
petard was 146 ; of whom 80 were perfectly re
stored, 60 in an improved condition, 49 with
out any material improvement, and 16 removed
by death. " 111 health" appears to be the
most prolific cause of insanity which is closely
a Pproximated by "domestic trouble ;"—males
appear more liable to the affliction, and the
married relation most favorable to sanity. The
farmers take precedence upon the list (281)
closely followed by the laborers (218), whilst
the printers have had but 4 representatives,
there numbers having reference to the patients
received since the opening of the institutions.
Insanity, from the tables, appears to be more
gkiterally developed between the ages of SO and
4 than through any other decade of human
life. The hospital through the past year has
titer, se crowded that for the first time since its
establishment several of the counties have been
applied to to provide for some of . the insane.
T h e tele); which is quite interesting, insists'
, Pen some provieion for isolating the criminal
insane, and concludes with asking—for. an ap,r-
P.topriation of $20,000 for repeats, OtitSitinftfr
debts, and several neceesair alterationi • Iv the
tect oraY and conductiif tiie WAWA*
Tua "Su,vsa GRAYS."—The Governor has
commissioned the fr.llo wing persons as officers
of the "Silver Grays :"
Grp/gin—William M. Palmer.
Ist Lieut.—James Murray.
2d Lieui.—Thomas A. Maguire.
The comps now numbers nearly ninety
members, and its organization is complete. The
' Grays" will in a few days be removed from
Camp Curtin to perform guard at the State
Areenal in this city.
Norton.—The members of Lodge No. 70, I.
O. of 0. F., are requested to meet at their hall,
on Second street, today (Friday,) at two
o'clock, fi.r the purpose of attending the funeral
of Brother Robert Chambers, late a member of
Philadelphia Lodge No. 144.
The members of Lodges No. 68 and 160
are respectfully invited to participate without
notice. By order.
lto Sec't. Lodge No. 70, I. 0. of 0. F
Tartanno Taxxs.—The present is the proper
season to attend to this work, before sap be
gins to ascend from the roots to the trunk and
limbs, and thus ensure a plentiful growth of
shoots, and, consequently, an abundant foliage,
which, as livery housekeeper cirnotve, is a very
desirable thing around one's dwelling during
the sultry =months of summer. Next mouth
and April will do for preparing and planting
out young tut* hut the latter month is rather
too late for trimming.
Tits Lamas of Rev. Franklin Moore, of 'the
'Locust Street M. E. Church, in the Hall of the
House of Repredentatives, night before last was
attended by a large and appreciative audience,
including many ladies. The proceeds of the
lecturei derived from the voluntary contribu
tions of the. audience, amounted to quite a con•
siderable sum of money, which will be devoted
towards the support of the West Harrisburg
Methodist Mission dhurch. We hear it in
timated that the Reverend gentleman will be
requested shortly to repeat the lecture.
Tali WRATH= yesterday was clear and calm as
childhood's sleep ; and notwithstanding 'the
draw-b ,cks of muddy crossings. and a few side-
ways, whose owners still persist in violating
the city ordinance, promenading was largely
indulged in by both sexes, giving to our princi
pal thoroughfares an animation and bustle
generally that was cheerful to look upon. The
hazy appearance of the sky, however, indlca
ted a speedy change in the weather, and from
our experience of the last few weeks we
should'ut be at all surprised to find a regular
old fashioned snow storm prevailing to-morrow
TIM HARRISBURG OOERSSPONDBNT of the Mon
trose Independent Republican, in a recent letter,
says that as he was igauntet log thronglit the
rotunda of the Capitol building, be found a
scrap of paper, evidently a portion of what was
considered a destroyed letter from a wife to her
husband, which contained the following greet
log and prayer: " Thechildren send their loVe
and kisses—we all send love. I hope you may
be preserved from evil and designing men."
That lady was evidently indulging in her fears
respecting the legislative and not the social in
tercourse of her husband ; because the "'evil
and designing men" she fears are imported and
'not peculiar to the state capital.
Sara or PROPER.TY.-Mr. David Meyer, of
the firm of Fager & Makyer, Tinners and Stove
smiths, recently purchased the two story brick
building at the corner of Second and SOuth
streets, known as the " Sons of Temperance
Hall," for the sum of eighteen hundred dol
lars. The property was purchased from' the
Trustees of Central Division, Sons of Temper
ance. Mr. Mmyer previously owned the pro
perty in the rear of the building, to the inter
section of South street with Barbara alley. He
does not, we believe, contemplate any imprOve
leant of the property recently purchasecl,:and
the building will continue to be leased to soda=
ties for meeting purposes,
Ls SONAXI3I7I4.—The patrons of Sanfcird's
Opera may expect a rare urrisicartreat to-night
in the prcxinction of a-brirlisque on the Cele
brated Italian opera of "Is Bonambula." ;The
piece has been in preparation for some tim e;and
will be brought out with all the adjuncts of
new dress, scenery, &c. It abounds with mu
sical gems, thrilling tableaus and irreaisMbly,
comical action. Tfiat - "Queen bird of song,"
Mrs. Bordwell, will sustain the character of
"!Amine," a part in which she . is dlatinguished
in the original opera.. Her husband, also, will,
enact a prominent character, iiiirthat there is
no want of a pro* Conabinatirm of talent to
produce the piece With the best possible effect.
We predict a full house to-night.
SORGHUM STRUP.—}lecent experience in this
vicinity and elsewhere has taught that the cul
tivation of sorghum or Chinese sugar cane in this
'latitude is not only feasible, but that in many
cases, it has already been a profitable employ
ment, and at this period when the price of all
the products of the sugar cane have been so
enormously enhanced by the war tax, we hail
with pleasure any movement calculated to re
lieve our wants of those prime necessities. We
have already spoken of several instances in our
own State where the cultivation of the sorghum
has been eminently successful, and theie is
evelfii2dfcalion that during the coming year
the subject will claim a very large share of at
tention, and our own farms produce in abund
ance of what has heretofore been obtained,
burdened with enormous duties, through the
custom house. We understand that a gentle
man reading near Middletown, in anticipation
of this state of things, is preparing- an-estab
liehment provided with all that is necessary for
• manufacturing the syrup from the cane, into
which the producers of the crude material'can
I have it converted at this nominal cost of fifteen
k cents per gallon.
Mr. Eorroa.—At the speckl request of
GNORGE GAIVINIXICK, one of the County Coinmit
sloners, I wish to state, that I had no reference
to. Oittl in that part of „my communication in
your paper, in which I referred to Capt. Rum
stesoan, as my author. •
ebtOiry IAI4, 1852. AvID
. Wait adepaph, itiktp Mont*, *bump 14;14602
MB. Enrroa:—A great deal of excitement has
been aroused in this community on the subject
of the action of the County, cominiestotters in
respect to the New Court House; and, as'.there
bas been gross misrepresentation employed to
produce this excitement, I think it due to my
self that some of the parties concerned, should
be shown in their true character.
Mr. David Mumma, in his eagerness for pub
licity and notoriety, has seen fit to thrust him
self before the people as the lively defender of
their intertats. It is not bard to see through
his design, for the veriest child can understand
that he is expecting to make, if possible, politi
cal capital out of the matter. If be were as
honest as he is vain, it might he safe to, send
him to Congress.
Some time ago Mr. Mumma in a conversation
with Mr. Musser and myself, said that the pay
of the commissioners was too small, and of
fered his services to get an act passed allowing
each commissioner three dollars per day. We
objected to this for many reasons. lie then said
that as the Court House was to be built, we could fairly
increase our pay by extra compensation. Thus it
will he seen that the suggestion came from him;
and yet he now pretends to look np4n the item
of extra pay as wrong, and is industriously en
gaged in circulating blank petitions for signa
tures, falsely " charging that "an' attempt is now
being made by the commissioners to legalize cer
tain acts of theirs committed in violation of law" and
under his own signature requesting theist to be
signed, stating "we must stop this attempt to
filch the county treasury." The people can
put their own estimate on such conduct. If it
is consistent with the principles of, h ,nor, then
bas he also been consistent in his whole public
and private life. Respectfully,
BRDESELS, KIDDERMINSTER AND INGEWEN CAE
riffs. The article that. heads these remarks,
Carpets, has become a necessity; and what we
ask can contribute more to the comfoit and
beauty of a house than a cheerful wife, and
well carpetedtroome. In this connection we call
your special attention to the fact that IJrich &
Bowman, owing to the want of store room,
will sell their stock of earpetei at cost, south•
east corner of Front and Marketstrects.
Tun LATBBT Naws.—Bargains ! Selling off
the entire stock of winter goods below cost,
viz : Woolen, merino, cotton and canton flan
nel, under shit to and drawers, 40 and upwards;
woolen mufflers ' woolen and cotton Hose,
104 and upwards ; silk Mee, 18 and upwards ;
suspenders, 12 ; also fine shirts, $1 cow 25,
actually worth $1 5001 75 ; collars, all linen,
124, and night shirts, 60 ; also a large lot of
monkey jackets, all wool, from 75c@,$1 00 ;
also a large lot of Union shirt breasts, 10c.;
fine bleach muslin, 14 yard wide, 15c.• also
bleached m uslin ,fic. , and fine Irish linen,lB62oc.
per yard ; Brooks, Clarks and Coal's enambled
4c. Ladies and gentlemen this is
the place to get a bargain. Please call ant ex
amine for yourselves, as one call will suffice to
convince the public of the above mots. Also,
on hand a large lot of ladies' collars, cuffs, nn- .
dersleeves, which I will sell equally' cheap for
cash. N. B.—Shirts, collars, &0., made to
measure or from sample, on the sho rtest notice
and most. reasosable terms If you - want a
bargain and a good fitting'shirt, &c:, just to go
James A. Lynn, at the Harrisburg C6eap Shirt
Manufactory. No. 12 Market street, rooms next
to Hummel & Killinger's gtocery store, Harris
burg, Pa. feblo.
Two HUNDIIND Pizoas of beautiful new spring
calicos; a large lot of bleached and unbleached
muslin of the best make.; bine checks, at
123 cents per yard ; white stockings, at 123
cents; another lot of those good white rib
bed stockings ; ladies' pocket harnikerchiefs,
at 12t cents; children's pocket handkerchiefs,
with 'border, 6 cents i • shirt breasts 123,
16 and up to 873 cen ts; 26 pieces - new pant
stuff ; undershirts and diavrenivery cheap ;
cotton and woolen socks, at all prices ;
40 dozen woolen stockings; for children, 123
cents; It ytud bleached muslio 12f cents ;
all wool French merinos, ail colors, at 62 'and
76 cents. Having bought the balance of the
stock of a city wholesale house of plain •and
figured Swiss mottling, brilltuats, white cam
brica, Nausuck and Victoria lawns, suitabiS for
dresses, as those goods will be very scarce and
dear next summer ItOw is the time to buy. Our
stock of Furs at cost. S. Lawy,
The only Hannlees and Reliable Dyer Known
All otheruare mere imitations, sad should , be avoided
if you wish to escape ridicule.
GARY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Hair or Skin.
FIF CERN RrDAIfiAND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to W.Y. A. BATOWILOIt siivielB , 9, and over 200,000
applications hive been made to the hair of the patrons
of Lis famous Dye.
Ws. A. BaTODELOWS HAIR DYE produces a color
not .he distinguished from nature and Is WMULEPITID
not to Injure in the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the dl .ffecte of bad Dyes remedied. The hair
Is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which la prop-
erly applied at No. 16 dead Street New York.
dold - in all the cites and towns of the Untied States, Sy
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name 4, William A. Batchelor , "
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
sides of each box,
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR. FEMALES.
"Read the Me .ing certificate" from one of the .first
ladies in Utica, N. Y., who called upon my agents In that
city (Ur. Wm. Bristol & C 0.,) and told them that she, of
course, did not wise her name made public, but if any
one should doubt the won ferful efficiency of Dn. Duren.
oo's Golden Pills, they might refer any Lady to her, ae
she considered it a duty, as well es a pleasure, to her
Knowledge of their efficacy, as administered to her
daughter, a young lady 17 years 01d..-he. was fast go.
mg into cons imption—bad taken cold—nature became
obstructed. Two boxes of these Golden Pills entire
ly cured her, and son is now In r.. bast' health
"We were particular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicit directions accompanying such box. Price at
wholesale and retail •by 0. A ItatriVaXr, No. 2,
Jones Row, cod C. K. Rauss, 91 Market street, Harris
burg, Pa. By sending either of them $1 00 *brought he
Harrisburg Post Office the Pills will be sent confidentially
by mail to any porter the country; "freest postage."
N. 13.—.C00k out for counterfeits. Boy no Golden Pills
of any kind unless the box is signed a. D. Howe. Ail
others is a base imposition and. unsafe; therefore, as
you value your lives and health, (to gay 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 been added en account of the Pills
being countertrated. 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. Kauff
man, Mechanicsburg; Marks, Lewistown ;S. Elliott-
Carlise ; 8. 0. Wild t Newville ; J. C. Altick, Sblppens,
burg ; Strangler, Chambersburg ; E. T. miller, York;
J. A. Wolf, Wrightsville ; 8. 8. Stevens, Reading ; and
tt. P. Hunter, Reading, and by "one druggist" in every
town and villige in the United States, and by
S. D. HOWE,
e 3 4m Sole Proprietor. New York.
CRUSHED, broken loaf, fine and eoarae
pulverised and other sugars for sale by
NICHOLAS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
CCOAL"OIL, warranted non-explosive,
several brands far sale low by
NICHOLAS A: BOWMAN.
febll -Corner Vront and Market strands.
riANDLE3 Country soap, Fancy Soaps
ki of all kinds: fir sale by
NICHOLB & BOWMAN.
• canter front and Market street&
'cant and Oaps for salad byt
NICHOLAS & BOWMAN,
" 4 .f
Moor Trout and Wad,g
Rhoads' Old Stand
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE I I
Win. A: Batchelor% Hair Dye I
Wholesale Factory, 81 Barclay Elt.,
Late 238 Bioadway, New Tork
A CARD TO THE LADDIR
lb Destroy.:— , --1146, Roth hoi,Ato.
Destroy—Moe,. Moles, and Ante.
Datroy—Mothe fn Fars, Clothes, &c.
7b Destroy—ltioquitoes and Flees.
70 Destroy—lnsects on Plants and Fowls.
To Destroy—losects on Animals, &c.
lb Destroy—Beery form and specie of Vermin.
ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDIES KNOWN.'
EVERY FORM AND • SPECIES OF
Those:Preparations (unlike all others) are
"Free from Poisons." -
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"flats do not die on the ptemises."
"They COMO out of their holes to die."
"Tliey are the miry remedies
"12 years and more established in New York
Used by—the City Post Office.
thedby:--the City Prisons and Station Hottim.
Used by —the City Steamers, Ships, &c. '
Used by—the City Hospitals, Alms-Honses,
Used by —the City Hotels—`Astor'
Used bY—the Boarding ilouses, Bto., Szo
Used by—more than 60,000 Private Famine&
fir See one or two Specimens of what is every Where
=44 the Peoide--Editans--Deiders,
HOUSEKEEPERS—troubIed with vermin
need be so no longer, if they use "Coma's"
Exterminators. We hive used it to our satis
faction, audif a box cost $5 we would have it.
We had tried poisons, but they effected nothing;
but "Coma's" article knocks the breath', out
of Rats, Wee, Reacher and •Bed-Bugs, quicker
than we can write it. It is in . peat demand
all over the country.--Nedina (0) Gazette.
MORE GRAIN and provisions aro destroyed
annually in Grant county by vermin, than
would. pay fortune of this Rat and Insect Killer.
Lancaster (TM) Herakl.
HENRY R. COSTAR—We are selling Your
preparations rapidly: . Wherever they have been
need, Mats, Mice, Roaches and Vermin disappear
rapidly. Bonn & STOMAS,
Druggists, Windsor, Md.
Caatex'al Bak *mob, 860.,,„.114arpainatoF.1
" Costar's'' Bed-bug Exterminator
" Costar's . " Electiio Powdiir,foiimets, Bu 3
IN 25c. 500.- AND ..21,00 Bozo, /imam Azip aacs, $3
' $6 &AB FOX PLANFIIII4II," Saws, BOATS, How&o.,
OUTTION II ` To prevent the - public from bi3ing
imposed upon by Spurious and Highly Pendeious
Imitations, a new label has been prepared, bear
ing a fac simile of the Proprietor's signatuie.—
Examine each boi,.bottle, or flaskearefully be
fore purchasing, and take nothing bat "Cos
All WILOLISALII Dautitimrs.in thelaiige cities
Some of the
Wholesale Agents in New York CAtSr
Schieffelin Brothers & Co.
B. A. Fahnestook, Hull & Co.
A. 8.,& D. Sands & Co.
Wheeler & !Wt.
James S. Aspinwall.
Morgan & Allen.
Hall, Ruckel & Co.
Thomas & Fuller.
P. D. Orvie.
aural, Risley& gliohen.
Bash: Gale ,& Robinson.
M. Ward, Close & Co.
Mcßisson & Robbins.
• D. Seßarnes & bo;
F. C. liirelbr & Co.
Lasellk Marsh & Gardner.
Hall,.Dixon & Co.
Conrad Fox—arm onm.o.
Philadelphia; Pa. ,
T. W. Dyott & Co.
B. A-Fahnestock. & Co.
Robert Shoemaker & Co.
French, Richards & Co.,—AND omens.
DRUGGISTS, GROOMS, MORBSICZYSZB and Mi ran-
Rea generally In all Coinnwr TOWIAB and •
VTLIMINS in the
W' Sold by
D. W. Gross & Co.,
C. K. Keller,
Principal Wholesale and Retail Agents a
Harrisburg, and by the DRUGGISTS, Sias
swims and RITALGUiI generally.
or COUNTRY Loam= eon order -as above.'
Or address orders direct—[or if -Price,
Terme, 8r.0., is desired, Or send for
[18621 Menhir, giving mowed riicea]
co • ; ..;
maim :Driper--No. 612 Breadwal-r#MP 0-
olit9 the Eli...Nicholialloted TrihrTprlf.
1 N PURSUANCE of on order of the Or
phana' Court of Dauphin county , Will be exposed to
BAV:II:WAY, thoBth day. of March, 1862,
at the Court House in the city of Harrisburg at 2 o'clock,
m. ' the foLowing real estate, viz : A certain two
story frame house and piece of ground situate in said ity
and county, bounded and descrbel as fellows, to wit :
Beginning eta point on Botch street the corner of the
piece of ground and house formerly owned by James
Williams, twelve feet . and sax inches from West alley,
the be along said South street towards High street
twelve that sat Inches, thence on a hoe parallel with area
alley towards State street forty-six feet six Inches, thence
on a line parallel with State street twe ye feet six inches
towards West alley; ilatince on a line parallel whit West
alley forty sLx feet Ms inches W the Once of beginning,
together with the pielmet ground adjoining the a inrmaid
house and ground on tine west side thereof, one felt wide
on South Street asteniteg in depth the ame width par
a,lel with wadi alloyAiirm-two loot t - n Inches, being
to Bat moresald house and
now used as all alley beimaling
ground, .where Wattled a two , tory trame house, late
the estate of THOJW-Cla. deceased.
Attendance will be .igivert and conditi ma of sale made
known by D H. litecutqr of Mild de
ceased. MO. GLAND, C,erk, 0. C.
BILLIARD ANIFBOWLING SALOON,
NO. 119 mama , MEET, NEAR FIFTH.
' IpHE subscribers having erected a larg e
building at the ..bove piano, exprassty for the pur.. o
gee aboveitodiested, beg to militias atietnieu of the pub
Titslibiarscaa iv, Mt the firsittloor, with a dining room
attached, is fitted up to drtwittassittyle, and It will at all
times be suppledwith the beat ()UTERI to be hed In.,
the Atlantic cities, 'together With lenlipin; dab, Mid all
klndsoFgame in season. Oysters' served c In every.
style, and meats to belitd at salmon. The Ales of al.]
the celebrated breweries in the country constantly on
The Ten-pin Alley, or Bowling Saloon, is in the roar,
and contains three alleys of modern construction, where
the lovers of this healthy exercise can alloy ihonlielyes •
The Billiard Saloon is. up-stairs—elegantly Stied tip,
anitcontalna three marble top Combination cushion ta
bles, equal to any made. ,
Harrisburg has mug felt the want of a grand combin
ation of this Mud, and as the proprietors are determined
to conduct it In a quiet and orderly manner, and do eve
rything in their power to mane It a faseionable retort,
theyhope to receive a liberal snare or public patronage.
jaa.dtt iicrADDliN &00.
O. "F. WIL11:13111ATC).EIC,
TRAVBLING AGENT OF TRH
OLD WALLOWER LINE.
rpHIS OLD TRANSPORTATION LINE
to still in aucceathil operation and prepared to carry
height as LOW as any other individual line between
Philadalphia; Harrisburg;llimbury,Lelltibmg Williams
sport, Jamey 4hore, I..eelt Haven, and all points on the
Northern Central, Philadelphia and MU, and Williams
port and Elmira Railroads.
Local Agent at Eismisburg,
D. A. MIIILNOEI.
Goods sent to pupocur., ZELL & HINGIIIIAN, Nos.
808 and 810 Minket street, above Eighth, by 4 o'clock,
P. M. ; will arrive Harrisburg roady for de livery the
next morning. C. F.
apS4t Traveling Agent..
NEW CLOTHING STORE.
SHELLENBERGER & ..BROTHER,
NO. 80 MARKET' STREFfr
(Room - formerly occupied by 'the Postotfice.)
lifiß undersigned have just opened a
I_ new and large assortment of the loom atyles of
clothing. We are also prepared to Mannfaotare to or der,
all kinds of Gents Wear, cut to the . latest styles add &oh -
Me. We have always on hand a large emir of Ready
made, clothing and tienileatau'a Furatahing
no943rn a. AdIELLENBINGSA BRO .
COAL REDUCED 1 1 1
N .consideration of the hard times, ami
'elle:elusively FOR CASB, I have reduced the
price of Coal as follows :
Lykeos Valley Broken g 2052 90 per ton
E g 44
II Sinalakis !i 2 go go
" Stove " 290 " "
• " 'Nut " 225 " "
Vd'sbrirre " 290
Lorberry 41 2go
airitll Coal delivered by the PAIN= Whoa CAEN; It
out oe weighed at the purethwera dcor, and it tt
ehhit 10 rooms, the 'Coal' with be fOrfeited.
All OW of the hot quality mined, delivered tree from
Coal sold In qantitles, at the towe-rr WROLIBIII
Agent for Dupont's Celebrated Po xder, • large supply
always on baud, at Umtata°Wren practr.
sa- A large lot of eupurtor bated Hay for sale.
123 JAMBS M. WHEELER.
ZORN . a SAAITS'S
BOOT & SHOE STORA •
CORNER BEOOND AND WALNUT FiTtt„
• :: Hairtsbnig.Pa.
414WA.Y8 - oAshand alarge assortment of
- 11 1X0On, SHOW, GAMMA &mot' the very, heel
ee for ladies, gentlemen, and ohlldreus'
Prices the times. An kinds or WORK TO
ORDER' in beet style by supesior workmen
IMPAIRING done atehert
ontMdif JOHN B. SXlnt. Suitliburg.
,TICSO. F.' 'WHETTER,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTER ,
NO:, -18; -- NASKET - STREET,
,T.,41/riPartiedlarSittoihos pat& to Printhig,, Ruling! and
glodlog t or Ito,ltruad Jilotpke, hiatufasle, Voila's, Choke,
Drafts, Sra:- =pedos '"pit.i7dl at St, Sa, Si, and da per
thousand in elegant style. 120
BORIEFFELIK BROTHERS & CO,
A . ND DEALNRS. in Fancj , Goods, Per
. inatcry, $4. Also at anti for ,he ado Oi• Refined
Pew:ileum, uil,„napertur to any coal oil ;
titrolatted in any quautinei at the, wriest outrAet rates.
170 and 172 William Street,
BOILEFr,BR'sO BOOK l - Bpaktit 1
• Oar tire, ticnsty Bridge.)
uer. IthWit V hill from the
14piQtitipt Antall lotol.fine.W.2o.o4.olAL NOril
.li4 *slam we Ilirselliatil.Hs 'nen: awn,
$4.1,11 per roans for NOM PAril4t, decorated ,with
ale latest and very' handsome - emblem's and patriotic
$3.50 tor WOO ILNYILOPES, with nationai and
pamottoentblones,sirtuts4 in two (snore.
Pleas giveue.acall. CH d . W. AN EFFs.`ft,
'le22-d • Harrisburg
PROP.. /I.OO'LPII 1 TEUPSE4,
IJETOULD reopeettally intorm his old
and'ute pub&generally, that be win
continue to give nastructionA On the MOW VORTit i
G VIOALN And also In 1110 minors of THOROOW
BASS. Re will ietb . plasiraii wat apes' iniptia at thob
comes at any how desired, or Lessons will be given •
his residence, in Third street, a few doors below tit
Herman Reformed anwish. deolsAti
WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS
TINDER THE CONSTITUTION by Horace
Brloney, RR. Pamphlet edition for sale
at BERGNER'S CHEAP SOOKS MEE.
Price 15 cents.
CHOICE Teas, tireen and Black, for sale
bw by NICHOLeb & BOWMAN,
,au Corner Frontand Market streets.
A LOT of prime Cheese just received and
.1011.. for sale by mamas a; BOWMAN,
teo 11 Corner 7e'ront and Market streets.
BY A GRADUATE of the Lancaster
Commercial Qoliege, a situation os book-keeper.
good reference can be given if required . Address
febl.l.Bt* J. B. F., Harrisburg,.. a.
SHAWLS! . DRESS GOODS I FURS 11
...LARGE stock of these goods will be
'disposed of nt - vory lowprsis - Pine furL very
&tap at at:11101am, •
Next door to the Harrisburg :
_CurreAtt_liaißins C iron
aaq4d lAmous, at tpe km/ WOPlteaVai4 Oro= I
WOO** "AIWA: f.M4r ; al t. ket
=ECU is BOW 3
SANFORD'S NEW OPERA HOUSE
01111111LIV:151NwW$1,A`,t111:441 1 1
Orchestra Chairs, 50 cents.
Seats in Private Boxes, 76 cents.
Entire Box, it $5.00.
Doors open 6i o'clock ; Commence at 71 o'pock.
Re-engagement of the Celebrated Cantatrice,
Mrs. ANNA BORDWELL,
Mr. W. BORDWELL,
Ethiopean. Comedians, who will appear in their
Ethiopean Drawing Room Soirees, original with
Mr. and Mrs. Bordwell.
To conclude with the Burlesque Olsen, In three acts, of
• LA SON-AM-BULL-AIL
Amini (Dinah,) Mrs. A. Bordwell
Liza (Suaanah,) F. X. Arnold
Dame Treeso (Aunt Polly,) Bordwell
Elvini (Jumbo,) his Ist appearance in Opera,
I. A. Paine
J. A. Arnold
Count (Dan Tucker,)
Aleaeio (Lamy Joe)
Seats can be secured in advance during the Opera
Box Office open from In to 12 A. ■.
GROTTO MUSIC HALL!
WALNUr BELOW THIRD STREET
NEW FACES! NEW FACES I
Change. Makes Change ! Look at
ALL STARS ! ALL STARS I
Miss ANNIE RUSH the pleasing vocalist,
her first oppearance in this city.
Mias JULIA PtsICE the versatile.
BILLY THOMAS the great Ethiopean come
MATT. GEBLEI3„ comic vitalist and . coma-
FULTON - MYERS, the great burl esque dancer.
FRED. SHAW in his great Union Bongs.
OLE BULL MYERS, violinist and jester.
JOHNY WILLIAMS, the sweett singer on
JACOB WILLIAMS, the great basso pro
W. W. BATCHELOR will preside at the
The management takes great pleasure of annound og
to his patrons tim ne boa 0cr.t..1.1 .0 engsgeru tnt with
those popular performers, Miss Mali A. JONES the
ravorlt.• actress and vocalie, awl Mr. ONO. W.
SON the great actor and pantom Wiest DUO node° will
be given of their appearance.
Doors open at 631( o'clock. Comm: ce at 73i o'clock
Solo Proprietor and Manager.
CURE OF SUFFERING AND. DIS ZAS
jTHROUGH WA.KING. Clairvoyant per
.o6oi n of the causes IN' disorders,
the celebrated Medical Examiner hoe arrived at Harris
burg and taken
Room No. 45 at the Jones' Rouse.
where to 110 rowan e short time for =Meal ezacniva
ben of persons ehheted with any limn of disease or suf
fering. The remarimule correbtaest or the Itcs.wleilge
h 6 acquires of emn person's case wi.hout asking any
qucetlene whatever, is folly shown to each one he ex-
Moines, by his 9400.1.114 A heir ie.:bogs a d seesation
arising Irum the disordors be li ids existing is the eye.
tern, the blood or any organ ancied. In c insenuenee
of Mks, hiss cures en indladelphis and Flo.ton and other
plaices where be ha practiced t , any extent, bavo bean
numerous and remarvable for mauy at the most ext-eme
case. have been brought to hie care, cod hi-t11=0.33 la
prompt reliKand speedy restoration of his patient In
health and comfort, bas corresponded WM ht. groat
811111 in mastering and showing um mature of complaints.
Dr. Addisou's Examinations and Consultations
aremade without charge, an that a visit is him dries not
coat anything ; and to many It may be Me mesas of a
our - almost bayood valuation. Where medical treat -
smeet is desired, charges will be made moderate and to
oil the 11111C13. feb7-Iw.
STAT.& LIIBATIO HOoPITAL.
toRoPosALS will be received until I'2
± o'clock H., of Thursday, yebruary 13M, 1862, tor
supplyingjhe Poonsylvanla nut Hoeplott with
f, NM and corned beet tinting the year 1862.
Tile &rah teef to ue delivered IEI the aide, cut up and
weighed on the Hospital acalue.
Any further Information may be obtained on inquiry at
PrOposala to be sent to Dr. JOHN OIIIMEN,
(ebb did litupe. intendant.
MORE LIGHT !! CHEAP LIGHT 11 1
AGREAT reduction in the price of
EXTRA No. 1 BURNING OIL, (Warranted not
ae r iunued hat taken plaew. It will pay all who purchste.
Burning oils by the bArral or sat All quantities, to buy et
14-2 w EtArdwaro store, oplocite tue Court. MMUS
MACHINERY OIL.—We sell the only
reliable Natural Lubricating Olt . (warranted tree
rtum asud .4 ueld,) and alas. to sperm or lard in ,he
market. Earn° nada of roarroaa men, MUChill/114 mann-
Lu.tureri and odt,ra woe are using It.
Agent for Lubrie Oil Company, klatdarare ears op
puldte tae Wart Rouse 14-2 w
VALUABLE TitV.E.ttN STAND.
SILL oR BOLL) at Public `Sale on
If Friday, the t4W day of February, AU, on the
premises, that valuable tavern stand situated on the
coiner of Walnut and Sourth streets in the any of Bar
The hoprovementi are a large two story frame build
ing with out houses. Tho property Li tafaNat at private
sale aunt the lath day of February next. :ale 10 com
ments. at ene o'clock on said day, when conditions of sale
will D 8 nude known by J. F.
V, 43 41
BLINDS 1 ! BLINDS ! 1
NEW VENITION BLINDS made to or
der for the small sum of $S 50 and $3. New
bnuds wade ,out ebt 0.1.0 d low prates for
seventy five cents a piece and upwards. C all and a.e at
my strop, in Second street, below Cnessint.
QO.LDIEH'd CAMP COMPANION.
►j very ermvlcuent Virdvng D. 56. • also,
stemorendeui Books, PortaLoothuee, Au,
FAMILY WAaRING BLUE, an excel
teat substitute for Indigo, for se le at the wholesale
and retail grocery store of
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market, street'
Fli"Et Ohoiee Teas, Black and Green,
te „lc, mesa i pouna pb.pera ow sale at
ie _ corour Front And market streets.
VALENTINES I VALENTINES I
AFULL4nicI splendid assortment of Va
endues; wholesale or retail, at
BEfialiEß'S Buoll STORE.
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
NNAZARETH, Nortin4opton county, Pa.
Easy of ;Access from Harrisoarg b y railroad to
Easton, sad theme seven miles by stage .
Rev. HOWARD H. REICHIM,
-3m* Prlncl • al
OF FRESH, SWEET ORANGES, Fine
/*Mons, Apples, Confectionery, DrleAltrait, tra.,
sad tbr sale cheap by JOHN ins it,
mdse-2t corner of Third and Wait streets.
CRUMB BRUSHES, Door &lath; Scrub.
blng and Blackening Bradlee, for sale by
MOW/La & b JWILCV ,
Porter Front and mem streets.
4 . AY_ 1 BAY 11--50 tonsimperiox baled
Barettesakrwhokreala mad retail to
10 and 15 cents.
A. d. BH :UP