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Monday Afternoon, February 17, 1862.
COTILLION PARTY.— A. social Hop will be
given at the Exchange, Walnut street, under
the auspices of Mr. Geo. Krause, on Wednes
Weruar Ern, weak and inflamed eyes, are
cured by Dr. Joss, at Herr's Hotel, Harris
burg, Room 41•; also artificial eyes and ear
SANFORD'S OPERA. HOUSE -" L 9 Sonambula"
is up for repetition at this popular place of
amusement this evening. This in connection
with a rich fund of songs; oddities, oornicali
ties and negro eccentricities, ought to insure a
Sxoesu Tinuernes.--We had the satisfaction
this morning of inspecting another seoesh shin
plaster, as well as a button of the same proclivi
ty, but worth decidedly more than the shin
plaster. The shinplaster is a roughly executed
lithograph on paper three inches by two, read
ing as follows : "20 cents, Ist July, 1861. The
Bank of the State of • South Carolina will pay
B arer on demand Twenty Cents." As illus
trating the scarcity of bill paper, even at that
date, it is printed on the back of unused
coupons of the Greenville railroad company,
which had no doubt fallen by that time to a
very moderate value. The button is the Pal
metto one often before described, with the
motto "Animus Opibusque Parati," and bears
the stamp of the Scoville company, Waterbury,
Connecticut; which company seems to have
been manufacturing pretty extensively for
Secesia, first and last.
EXCITEMENT IN THE CITY.—The dispatch re
ceived at the EVENING TELEGRAPH office last
evening, and bulletined by transparencies at
the windows, announcing the capture of Fort
Donneism, created an intense excitement
throughout the city, and our office was quickly
besieged by a large multitude of people, anxious
to learn the particulars of the great battle.
The glorious news was received with the live
liest satisfaction by our citizens, and the
sanctity of the day alone restrained them
from giving vent to their elated spirits by
demonstrations of a more jubilant and em
phatic character. This same feeling continued
to manifest itself this morning, and from the
mast head of more than a hundred flag•stalls
throughout the city the "stars and stripes" un
furled their meteor like hues in the ambient ak—
a glorious token that amid the crash and din of
the hard fought battle—Nile rockets red glare
—the bombs bursting is air" —the good
old flag of our fathers was again gilded with
the sun of victory. A full confirmation of the
glorious news will be found among our tele
graph) despatches this evening.
The " ROBIRTS' Guaan."—One of our corres
pondents writing from Hilton Head, South
Carolina, under date of the sth inst., thus al
bides to the "Roberts' Guard," Capt. I. S. Wat
erbury, of this city :
"While I write, the " Roberts' Guard" are
out on inspection, preparatory to move. I ob
serve in the line ninety-six privates and non
commissioned officers. Their arms and accou
trements are in " fighting order" and the boys
are anxious to move. The company is the
largest in the whole expeditionary corps and
attracts much attention. The officers and men
are proud of this fact, and wish their friends at
home to know it. It would indeed make a
Harrisburger proud t) see the company' now in
line—every man clean as a new pin, with white
cotton gloves, and his shoes blacked and his
limpsack neatly packed and his gun bright as
a new dollar. But two are on taa sick list—
Samuel Taylor and James Bupley. They are
both convalescent and will be fit for duty in a
The paymaster has not made his appearance
yet, and the men are anxious to see him. The
suspension of payments by toe relief committee
of Harrisburg is reported here. This has caused
much anxiety among the men, as many of
them have families depending upon them for
support. Five months pay is now this Captain
Waterbury's men, of which they will doubtless
receive four months shortly, most of which will
be sent home. Use your endeavors to keep up
the relief fund during the winter at least. The
men who are battling fur their country in the
far south may not need' it, but their wives and
children demand it from those at home whose
duty it is to protect them from suffering and
PRNNSYLTANIA TROOPS nr BAm.—The only
Pennsylvania regiment that participated in the
recent battle at Roanoke Island was the Fifty
first, under the command of Col. Hartrauft.
We find the following allusion to the regiment
in the special correspondence of the New York
..Gen Reno now came up with his brigade,
consisting of the 21st Ma , sachusette, 51st New
York, 51st Pennsylvania and 9th New Jersey,
and pushing through the swamps and tangled
undergrowth, took up a position on the right,
with the view of turning the enemy. This was
done with the greatest alacrity. Meanwhile
the contest raged hotly in front, our men be
having gallantly, not wavering for a moment.
The 51asaachubetts men vied with the men of
Connecticut ; those of New York and New
Jersey courageously supporting their brethren
of Pennsylvania. Our troops were gradually
overcoming the difficulties which impeded
their approach, and though fighting at great
disadvantage, and suffering severely, were
making a steady advance. Regulars were never
The following is a correct list of the fleld,
staff and line officers of this gallant regiment,
as we we find it on the files of the Turaroaarn,
published directly after the departure of the
regiment front Camp Curtin :
F.eia and Ate.
Colonel John P. HartraniL
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas S Bell.
major Edwin retail. .
Adjutant D P. Bible.
Quartermaster John J. Friesty.
Complain Her. D. G.. ij,,jj ery.
Surgeon John P. Hosea.
Assistat Surgeon J D. Noble.
Serawnt Maj0r...... James Iredell.
Quartermaster fergeant....Widiam L. Jones.
Company t•ergeant'Amuel P. 2. teph mi.
Hospital 5teward.........H. Dunn.
. Band - Master.— ....... ...George W. Arnold.
c o , Captains. First Lieutinants. Second Lieutenants.
.11--W. J. Bolton. J. K. Bolton. A Ortlip.
W. Bell. .1. H. Genther. D. N
c _w . sabaugh. D. Huneicker. T. R. Lynch.
D—Edward chall. L. Hallman. S. Fair.
E--G.H.HassenplugJ. A. Morris. W- R . Foster,
F.R.S. Taylor. L. S. Hart. J. C. Reed.
13--A.B Snyder. W. H. Blair. P. A. Gaulin.
H—J. B. E. Lynn. o.4harkley. J. G. Beaver.
B, pooe, G. W . Bislang. G. Schell.
Titus. J. NAY. I. P. Beale.
petinovivania iDailp telegraph, inantrah - Afternoon. februarp 17, 1862
NERVOUS DISEASES AND CHRONIC AFFECTIONS
of all kinds, skillfully treated by Dr. Josas.
Cataract operated for, and crossed eyes made
straight by Dr. Jones, of New York, who will
remain at Herr's Hotel rishort time.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD AND SICK VOL
IINTRERS.-WO learn that the Pennsylvania
Railroad company are daily shipping articles
for the sick soldiers in our various camp hospi
tals, for the sanitary commission, free of
freight. This is an act which the sick soldiers,
far from home and kindred, will duly appre
" GIDEON'S BAND." —The refrain of "Gideon's
Band" has become quite popular in the Penn
sylvania encampments, but from the following
incident it is apparent that its popularity does
not extend to other regiments. A day or two
since a party of officers were walking up the
street, when they met a Major of a regiment
from the Ralph-AWL After the customary
greeting, the MWas informed the party
were about to enter a public house, ear by, and
his presence was requested, if he belonged to
"Gideon's Baud." To the amusement of all,
he calmly and innocently observed: No ! I
have never seen the Band. I am a Major in
the New York regiment." The matter
was explained, and the Major footed the bill."
Tan Powan or Musro.—lt has always been a
favorite idea among the poets, that the love of
music was to be found in every human breast.
It is true that most men have an innate love of
melody, but it requires cultivation to be brought
out in any prominence, We have known ex• '
cellent citizens, fathers of families and church
men, who could not even whistle Yankee
Coddle, and who could not distinguish " Old
Hundred " from " Still so Gently o'er me
Stealing." Children are fond of music, but
they are more fond of novelty. A hand-organ
pleases them, but when the attractions of a
wretched monkey in crimson cap and plaid in
expressibles are added they go into ecstacies
This morning we tioti::ed a crowd of ad
miring urchins collecting around an itinerant
musician whO was grinding out, on what ap
peared like a hurdygurdy, a combination of
doleful sounds, such as might be given out by
an orchestra consisting of a penny trumpet, a
fife, a comb and a jewsharp. Orpheus is said
to have drawn the sticks and stones after him
by the music of his Mute. If he had played
Savoyard tunes on a hurdy-gurdy he would
have been able to lead a much longer proces
sion of minerals and vegetables.
Tns "Buorraus."—No other regiment in the
service, perhaps, enjoys such a wide-spread
reputation as the "Bucktails,' or Kane Rifles,
which, our citizens will remember, spent seve
ral mouths of its early existence at Camp Cur
tin, near this city. The peculiar names they
have given themselves, and their peculiar mode
of dress, by which, from all others, they are so
readily distinguished, have no doubt assisted
in bringing this excellent regiment so promi
nently bet; re the public—to say nothing of
their courage and fighting capacity, as exhibi
ted in their recent conflict with the rebels at
Dranesville. The "Bucktails" are as fond of
fun as they are of fight. Recently, as
we are informed by a correspondent,
the larger portion of the regiment, then at
leisure, enjoyed the rare sport of a fox chase,
though necessarily on a less extended scale
than is usually allotted to sport of that kind.
The fox was driven from his lair, in an ad
joining wood, and presented himself a short
distance from the line of the regiment, when
nearly all hands started off, helter-skelter, after
the fashion of a "scrub-race," in hot pursuit.
The poor fox did not run far before he was com
pletely surrounded, and escape seamed impos
sible. Yet he managed to elude their grasp, but
was finally captured by one of the outer pickets,
on a desperate bayonet charge, which had the
effect merely to wound him, and thus save his
foxship for another chase. In the wild pursuit
given by the "Bucktails," several of them
suddenly came upon a " headlong steep," and
down they went, to the number of a score or
more, one upon the other, until, finally, they
reached the bottom in a " mass of confusion "
more easily imagined than described. Nobody
was hurt, however, and ail hands greatly en
, joyed the spurt.
" Tune SAT."—We shall not attempt, for we
could hardly expect to succeed, in portraying
the deformities of a character so repulsive ae
the " They Say" of society. The reputations
of men and
..women, good and bad, old and
young, are alike withered by its blighting influ
ence. "They Say" is a convenient mask for
the slanderer from behind which to emit the
foulest libels, the most scandalous rumors and
the vilest insinuations. It is astonishing how
many thoughtless persons there are to seize the
petty scandal or m ilicious insinuation, and give
it currency, without pausing to consider its
probability or the consequences of promoting
its circulation. "They Say" is a demon who
spreads a moral malaria that invades every cir
cle, destroys the peace of families, blasts repu
tation, sows discord, engenders strife and heart
burninge, withers friendship, poisons the foun
tain of love, and even desecrates the altar. The
habit of repeating its utterances grows apace
with the least indulgence, and produces results
of the most painful character. How many feel
ings and affections are sorely lacerated, and
that not for the time only, but how often do
the slanders thus germinated live to injure the
good name and fame of many for years after.
Who has escaped its baleful influence? How
many can trace their most poignant sorrow to
some heartless utterance, exaggerated by repe
tition, and to be traced in its origin only to the
übiquitous " They Say ?" This fiend is ever
busy scarring the reputation, magnifying the
frailties, and torturing the moat innocent con
duct and actions of men. Private reputation is
a priceless jewel, and we envy no man's or wo
man's heart who will lightly trifle with it, by
heeding or giving currency to "They Say" ru
mors, affectine the character of a neighbor.
How much more wicked it is when it assails the
absent, who cannot meet its accusations, but
must suffer without the opportunity to repel it,
it may be, until too late to avert the evil it has
entailed. It is a very safe rule, when you have
nothing good to say about your neighbor,
keep your mouth shut. Above all, let the
" unruly member " be stilled against the utter
ance of "They Say" rumors.
Tribute of Respect.
At a meeting of Company G, 93rd Regiment
Pennsylvania Volunteers, the following pream
ble and resolutions were passed unanimously:
WHEREAS. It has pleased Divine Providence
to remove from among us Mr. Benjamin Care,
one of vur most esteemed comrades—one who,
by his many excellencies of character, had won
the love of all who knew him ; therefore
Resolved, That in the death of Mr. Benjamin
Care we lose one of our most valued comrades
Resolved, That we sympathise with his rela
tions and friends in this their hour of great
Resolved, That a copy of the preamble and
resolutions be sent to the friends of the de-
ceased in Highapire, and also be published in
the Harrisburg papers, the Dauphin Journal, the
Lebanon Journal, and the _Knapsack.
Capt. D. G. BOYNTON,
Corporal F. 0. Witrrutuf, Secretary.
GENERALS PLLLOW, FLOYD AND BDOSNIAB.—The
glorious news of the Union success at Fort
Donelson, and the defeat and capture of rebels
in all quarters, we hope will be ratified in the
capture and suitable disposition of the princely
rebels Pillow, Floyd and Buckner. Wuen bad
men and bad measures are promptly cared for,
we can confidently expect peace and happiness,
and instead of wasting our substance in war,
we can take advantage of the new goods at the
cheap dry goons store of llama & Bowatax, cor.
Front and Market streets. mgt.
Two HUfiDBID PIECES of beautiful new spring
calicos; a large lot of bleached and unbleached
muslin of the best make ; blue checks, at
124 cents per yard ; white stockings, at 124
centscents • another lot of those good white rib
• ladies' pocket handkerchiefs,
at 124 cents; Children's pocket handkerchiefs,
6 cents ; shirt breasts 124,
15 and up to 874 cents; 26 pieces new pant
stuff ; undershirts and drawersvery cheap ;
cotton and woolen socks, at all prices ;
40 dozen woolen stockings, for children, 124
cents; 14 yard bleached muslin 124 cents;
all wool French merinos, all colors, at 62 and
75 cents. Having bought the balance of the
stock of a city wholesale heuse of plain - and
figured Swiss muslin, brillants, white cam
brics, Nausuck and Victoria lawns, suitable for
dresses, as those goods will be very scarce and
dear next summer now is the time to buy. Our
stock of Furs at cost. S. LBWY,
TICE LATEST NEws.—Bargains I Selling off
the entire stock of winter- goods below cost,
viz : Woolen, merino, cotton and canton flan
nel, under shirts and drawers, 40 and upwards;
woolen mufflers, woolen and cotton Hose,
104 arid upwards ; silk ties, 18 and upwards ;
suspenders, 12 ; also fine shirts, $1 00@1 25,
actually worth $1 50®1 75 ; collars, all linen,
12i, and night shirts, 60 ; also a large lot of
monkey jackets, all wool, from. 75c451 00 ;
also a large lot of Union shirt breasts, 100.;
fine bleach muslin, 1.11- yard wide, 15e.; also
bleached m usl in An., and fine Irish linen,lB 20c.
per yard ; Brooks, Clarks and Coal's enambled
spool cotton, 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 .acts. Also,
on hand a large lot of ladies' collars, cuffs, nu
dersleeves, which I will sell equally cheap for
cash. N. B.—Shirts, collars, &c., made to
measure or from sample, on the shortest notice
and most reasonable terms It you want a
bargain and a good fitting shirt, &c., just to go
James A. Lynn, at the Harrisburg Cheap Shirt
Manufactory, No. 12 Market street, rooms next
to Hummel & Sillinger's grocery store, Harris
burg, Pa. feblo.
PRESERVE YOUa REAYTf,
SYMMETRY OF FORM,
YOUR HEALTH, AAD MENTAL eoWERS.,
By using that Rafe, Pleasant, Popular, and Specific Rem
edy known as
HE LMBOLD'S FMB , ICT BUCHtI.
Read the Advert foment in another oolumn, and profit
by it— •
Dims( s and Symptoms Enumerated
Cut it out, Preserve it. kou may not now require it,
But may at some Fhture Day.
"It gives health and vigor to the frame,
And bloom to the pallid amok."
It saves 'Dag buffering and exposure.
Beware of Counterfeits 1 Cures Guaranteed.
A CARD TO THE L&D110
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES
"Read the following certificate" from one of the firs t
ladies in Utica, N. Y., who called span my agents in that
city (Ur. Wm. Bristol h. C 0.,) and told them that she, of
course, did not wise her name made public, but if any
oue should doubt the won feria! efficiency of DR. DIMON
co's Golden Pills, they might refer any Lady to her, as
she considered it a duty, as well as a pleasure, to her
Knowledge of their efficacy, as administered to her
daughter, a young lady 17 years old. the was fast go
ing into cone imption—had taken cald—nature became
obstructed. Two boxes of these Golden Pills entire
ly cured her, and sue is now in r,bust health
“We were particular in buying the genuine. Full and
explicit directions accompanying each box. Price sl.
Sold wholesale and retail by 0. A BANNVART, No. 2,
Jones Row, nd C. K. Emma, 91 Market street, Harris
burg, By sending either of them $1 00 through, he
Harrisburg Poet Office the Pills will co cent confidentially
by mall to any part of the country; "free of postage."
B.—Look out for counterfeits. Boy no denten YID
of any kind unless the box is signed S. D. Howe. Ail
others is u base imposition and unsafe; therefore, as
you value your livea and health, (to say nothing of be
lag humbugged out of your . money,) buy only of thous
who show the signature of S. D. Howe on every box,
which ban recently sees added ea account of the Pills
being nounterleited. 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; 14. marks, Lewistown ; S. Elliott.
Garlise B. G. Wild, Newville ;J. C. Altick, Shippens,
burg; .1 - Spangler, Chamtiersburg ; E. T. miller, York;
J. A. Wolf, Wrightsville ; 8. 8. Stevens, Reading ; and
K. P. Hunter, Reading, and by "one eruggist" in every
town and village in the United States, and by
B. D. MOWS,
e 3 4m Sole Proprietor, New York.
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE! I
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Bye I
The only Harmless and Reliable Dyer Known I
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
if you wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Bair or Skin.
FliefifEN hir , DALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wu. A. BATOEINLOR sins ISA, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Wu. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is WAELLIIIITID
not to injure in tile least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill ...Abets of bad Duds remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop.
only applied at No. 16 dond Street New York.
sold la &lithe oitee 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
tides of each box.
Wholesale Factory, Si Barclay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
SCHEFFER'S BOOK STORE !
(Near the Harrisburg Bridge.)
Sl.2s.l.??...at!cs e lyp ti p from the
which we will sell at 11,25 per ream.
.44.1 , 0 per ream for eNOTE PAPER., decanted with
the latest and very handsome emblems and patriotic
23.50 for 1000 Orlinte ENVELOPES, with national ee•i
pariahs emblems, printed In two colors.
Please give us a nail. TETA . E. SCR EFFER,
.1e2:2 , 1 Plarrtitha g
AUGUSTINE L. CH A.YNE.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Rosidoce No. 27 North Second Street
N. B—JOBBING ATTENDED TO.
NEW Fruits, Currents, fiaisins, Citron
and Lemons, at the new Wholesale and Retail, Gro,
eery and Provision Store, corner front and Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa.
MIOUOLO R BOWMAN)
TO GRAIN CONTRACTORS.
THE BALTIMORE BAG FACTORY,
No. 77 South. Street, Baltimore, Md.
IS PREPARED to furnish Government
Contractors and others with Linen or Cotton Fl.gs of
all saes, promptly for cash at low prioes. Oats and
Corn o,ntracVn will find it to their advantage to give me
a call. JOHN C. GRA FFLIN.
Baltimore, Jan. 17th, 1862. 24-2md*
WILL be sold at Public Sale at 10
o'clock A td., an 8 4,TURDAY rim EIGHTH DAT
OP FEBRUARY, a 1862, at the Court House 3n Har
risburg, the following valuable Real Fatale, viz :
A certain lot of Ground situate,' to Upper Swatara
township, I tauthin county, about one wiener Cl a mile
be!ow the line of the city of flirrisburg, containing nine
acres, m.,ro or lees, on which is erected a large ilistillerV
(known as the Keystone Distillery,) together with a suffi
cient number of Pens for feeding one thousand Hoge; al
so, other out buildings necess , ry about an establisnment
of the kind.
The Distillery is located ou the Peunsylvaniq Railroad
with a siding belonging to the proper) y, the Pennsylva
ma Canal making hie boundary line of the east end of
Any ereon wishing to examine the premises before
the flay of sale, will please odi on air John Young, near
the same, who will give any information that may be re
quested. If ihe premises should not be sold on said day
they will be for rent,
Attendance will be iJaen and oonditiona of sale made
j 23 JACOB L BIEL
BILLIARD AND BOWLING SALOON,
NO. 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR
THE subscribers having erected a iarg e
building at the above I.praiely for the per. o
sea above indicated, beg co call tan atteniiou of the pub
lic to the folloariu‘i .
TEL kiIitSTAITRAvT, Oct the first to m, with a .41ning room
attached, is fitted up in drat-chess style, and it will at all
times .'e sappled with the best t tYSPEK9 to be had le
the Atlantic cities, together with terrapin, dsh, and all
hinds of game in season. Oysters served ep in every
style, and meals to be had at all hours. The Ales of al ,
the celebrated breweries lo the country constantly on
The Tee-pin Alley, or Bowling Saloon, is in the rear,
and contains three alleys of modern construction, where
the lovers of this healthy mercies caa enjoy elle in;elves.
The Billiard Saloon is up-stairs—elegantly Iltied up,
and contains three marble top c imbination cubhiou ta
bles, equal to any made.
Harrisburg has .nag felt the want of a grand combin
ation of this kind, and as the preprietors are determine
to conduct it in a quiet and oraerly meaner, and do eve
rything in their power to m it a fag ion ebbs re-ca t
they hope to receive a liberal snare of public patronage.
jali-dtf . WILLIAM. C. bIe„FaDDIIN & 00.
Rhoads' Old Stand
LARGE LO C of Black Silks.
aIA Fine Assortment of Plain Dress Silks.
Eng. Rep. Mourning Silks.
Small Bar Black and Purple Silks.
A New Stock of Mourning Dress Goods.
A Large Lime of Irish Linens, at old prices.
A Full Stock of Skeleton Skirts;
SCRIEFFRLIN BROTHERS & CO.,
W HOLE3ALE D itUprGISTS,
AND DEALERS in *Fancy Goods, Per
fumery, an. also agents for the title of Refined
Petroleum, Illuminating till, siperior to any coal oil ;
furnished in any quAmitles at the lowest mareet rates.
170 and 172 William. Street,
. - -,NEW YORK.
FOR- SEWING MACHINES.
JONAS BROOK & BBo'B
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL COTTON.
200 d 600 YDS. WHITE, BLARE & COMMIS°.
HIS thread being made particularly for
.j . eying Machines, is VERY STRONG, Rllooril AND
ELASTIC. Its strength is not impaired by weaning, nor
by friction oC the needle. For itadtiaes, use arOOkb'
FOR UPPER THREAD,
and Brooks Patent Six Cord, Bed Ticket,
FOR UNDER THREAD,
Sold by respectable dealers throughout the country.—
Also, IN casse or /00 xxasx neon, Amor:rim Nos, by
WM. kIEN&Y SEIM, Solo Agent. "
nog-d6m 36 Voseystreet, New York.
UMBRELLA MANUFACTORY 1
No. 69, Market Street, below Third,
O e FL/ARUM*, PA.
M. H. LEE,
MANUFACTURER OF UMBRELLAS,
PARSOLS and WALKING CANES, Witt furnish
goofs at umeatll.Vd:B titan can be bougtu in any of
no a.is , era eitiett. cled.it.. - y m rotr.oo will .0 well to
aUandexaati:e peitt,a t tut ttity, matte n ciut; -
elVtts ut tin fact. aU23-tlly
PORT FOLIOS I
wBITING DESKS, -
And aigeneral assortment of
have just been received at
BJERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
iIoPERS his services to the citizens o
Nj Harrisburg and ita vicinity. He solicits a share o
tun public patronage, and given .siturance that his bast
endeavom shall be given to read r satisfaction is his pro
fession. Being inlaid, well tried cm*, he feels sate in
nvitmg the public generally to call on him, assuring
hem Mat they will not be dissatisfied with his services,
Office No, 128 Market street, in the noose formerly Ge
mmed by Jacob& Eby, near the [Jutted States Hotel,
Harrisburg. Pa. myB-dl3,
NEW VENITION BLINDS made to or
devfor .the small sum of $2, $2 50 and $3. New
Minds made .out of old ones a . equal low mew for
Buyout) , live cents a piece and upwards. C aLL and s..* at
my shop, in secohd street, below Chesnut.
feb3-lm A. R. 811. tRP.
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, BROOMS
and everything in the line, just received in large
quantities and for WO ve, y low by
DCCK, ..r , & Co.
MACKEREL Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in all sized
pact. ages. A large supply Jost received, and each
package warranted as represented, nor sale by
W DOCK, Jr., & Co•
MORE LIGHT I ! CHEAP LIGHT !!!
AGREAT reduction in the price of
EXTRA No.l BURNING OIL, ( Warranted not
sz,tositieo has . taken place. It will pay all who purchase.
Burning oils by the barrel or mall quantities, to buy at
f4-2w Hardware store, opparitethe Court. House.
FAMILY WAbLLING BLUE, an excel
lent substitute for Indigo, for sale at the wholesale
and retail grocery scare of
FEt liEz Choice Teas, Black and Green,
in K„ and 1 pound papers. fur solo at
NICHOLS t BOWMAN'S
IS corner Frnnt nod Market streets.
CRUSIitD, br( ken loaf, fine and coarse
pulvehind and other E wars fo - nil. by
NILIIOLAS & BOWMAN,
anner Ffont and ?market Wrests.
CUAL OIL, warranted non-explosive
several brands for sale log by
NICHOLAS as BOWMAN.
febll Corner Itront and Market streets.
IN no ablittlismettts
Best ai tele erer manufactured.
A Full Line of la nts Undershirts and Drawers
Now elceing out the stock.
Balmoral Skirts ;
Ai old Frees.
Allendale Spreads ;
A Large Line of Towellings.
Now open at CATHCAR IS,
iebl3l Next door to the Harrisuurg Bank
D.R. T. J. MILES,
BLINDS ! I BLINDS I! I
NIOITOLB & BOWMAN,
corner of Froat and Market streets
To Destroy—Rats, Roaches, &c.
To Destroy—Klee, Moles, and Antal"
To Destroy—Moths in Furs, Clothes, &c.
To Destroy—Mosquitoes and Fleas.
70 Destroy—lnsects on Plants and Fowls.
To Destroy—lnsects on Animals, &c.
To Destroy—Every form and specie of Vermin
'ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDIES KNOWN.'
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
Those Preparations (unlike all others) are
"F-es from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family,':
"Rats do not die on the ptemites."
"They come out of their holes to die."
"They are the only infallible remedies
"12 years and more established in New York
Used by—the City Post Office.
Used by—the City Prisons and Station Raises.
Used by—the City Steamers, Ships, &c.
Used by—the City Hospitals, Alms-Houses,
Used by—the City Hotels—`Astor' 'St.Nicho
Used by—the Boarding Houses. &0.,
Used by—more than 0,000 Private Families.
irSee one or two Specimens of what is everywhere
said by the People—Edito.rs—Dealerv,
HOUSEKEEPERS—troubIed with vermin
need be so no longer, if they use "CosrAß's"
Exterminators. We have used it to our satis
faction, and if a box cost $6 we would have it.
We had tried poisons, but th'•y effected nothing
but "COSTAR'S" articse knocks the breath out
of Rats, Mice, Roaches and Bed-Bugs, quicker
than we can write it. It is in gtrat demand
all over the country.—Medina (0) Gazette.
MORE GRAIN and provisions are destroyed
annually in Grant county by vermin, than
would pay for tons of this Rat and Insect Killer.
Lancaster (Wis.) Herald.
HENRY R. COSTAR—We are selling your
preparations rapidly. Wherever they have tier n
used, Rats, Ake, Roaches and Vermin disappear
rapidly. EWERS & STOUFMI,
Druggists, Windsor, Md.
"Costar's" Rat, Roach, &c. Exterminator.i
" Costar's " Bed-bug Exterminator
" Cos! ar' s "
Costar's " Electric Powder, for Insects, Sm.'
IN 21c. SOc. AND 81,00 BOYS'S, BOTTUM AND FL 4SE9, $3
$5 SUM raa PLANTAnoPis Hairs , BOATS, HOTELS,
CAUTION!! To prevent the public from being
imposed upon by /Spurious and Highly Pernicious
Imitations, a new label has been prepared, bear
ing a lac simile of the Proprietor's signature.—
Examine each box, bottle, or flask carefully be
fore purchasing, and take nothing but "Cos
or Sad Everywhere—by
All WsonssaLs Dammam in the large cities.
Some of the
Wholesale Agents in New York City.
Schieffelin Brothers & Co.
B. A. Fahnestook, Hull & Co.
A. B. & D. Sands Sr. Co.
Wheeler & Hart.
James S. Aspinwall.
Morgan & Allen.
Hall, Ruckel & Co.
Thomas & Fuller.
P. D. Orvis.
Karel, Risley & Kitchen.
Bush, Gala & Robinson.
M. Ward, Close & Co.
McKisson & Robbins.
D. S. Barnes & Co.
F. C. Wells & Co.
Imzelle, Marsh & Gardner.
Hall, Dixon &
Conrad FOX-AND OTEIRR3.
T. W. Dyott Sr, Co.
B. A. Fahnestoek & Co.
Robert Shoemaker & Co.
French, Richards & Co.,—AND °THUR.
DRUGOI6TB t Gammas, buntEKSIPERS and lirrAlle
YRS generally in all COUNTRY Tow and
VILIAGNA in the
Ir Sold by
D. W. Gross & Co.,
C. K. Keller,
Principal Wholesale and Retail Agents at
Harrisburg, and by the DRUGGISTS, STORE
ICZEPEIN and RETAILERS generally.
Courny Dzsixas can order as above.
Or address orders direct=4nr if Price.
Terms, is desired, gfr semi f o ,
 Circular, giving reauced Prices]
HENRY R. COSTAR.
PRINCIPAL Dwor—No. 512 Broadway--(Oppa
mite the St. Nicholas Hotel,) New York.
SANFORD'S NEW OPERA HOUSE
THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET.
Admission, 25 cents
Orchestra Chairs, 50 c-nta
Seats in Private Boxes, 75 cents.
Entire Box, $6 OD.
Doors open 64 o'clock ; Commence at 74 o'clock.
Re-engagement of the Celebrated Cantatrice,
Mrs. ANNA BORDWELL,
Mr. W. BOEDWELL,
Ethiopean Comedians, who will appear in their
Ethiopean Drawing Room Soirees, original with
Mr. and Mrs. Bordwell.
To conclude with the Burlesque o , era, in three acts, of
LA B OM-AM-BULL-AIL
Amini (Dinah.) Mrs. A. Bordwell
Liza (Susanab,) F. X. Arnold
Dame Tresso (Aunt Polly,) Bordwell
Elvini (Jumbo,) his Ist appearance in Opera,
I. A. Paine
Count (Dan Tucker,) J. A. Arnold
Alessio (Lazy Joe) Sanford
Seats can be secured in aavanee during Lila Opera
Box (Ake open from 10 to 12 a. M.
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY SUPPLIES
OFTIOR OF COMEIFBAILY OF SUBSIFFEBUR,
Harrisburg, February 12th, 1862.
Proposals will be received at this office until
12 o'clock, as., the 19:h day of February, 1862,
for furnishing for the use of the United States
army, at such times and in such quantities as
may be required to be delivered prior to the 10th
day of March, 1862, the following subsistence
300 Barrels mess pork.
300 Barrels extra mess beef.
50,000 Pounds pilot bread in barrels, in goo.l
250 Bushels first quality new white beans, lo
good dry bale's.
5 000 Pounds prime rice, in good flour barrels.
10 000 • " " Rio coffee, iu barrels
15,000 " light yellow sugar, in barrels.
1,000 Gallons best quality pure vinegar.
1,250 Pounds best quality adamantine candles,
full weignr, one-fourth in sines, and
three-fourths in twelves
4,000 Pounds good hard brown soap, full
62 Bushels clean, fine, dry salt, in good
Samples must accompany proposals of all
articles, except meat—all the articles to be of
the best quality, securely packed, and in per
fect order for transportation. Bids will include
packages and delivery at the Commissary's
stores at this place.
The meat wit be, inspected and passed upon
by parties from this office on the part of the
United States. All the stores wilt be carefully
inspected and compared with the retaine I
pies. Each bid must have a printed copy of
this advertisement pasted at its head, and must
he speritic in complying with all the terms.—
Pa) ments to be made is such funds as may be
on hand. If none on hand, as soon as received.
Propose's to be endorsed, "Proposals for Sub
sistence Stores," and direct , d to
H. JONES BROOKE,
Capt. and C. S., Vol. Service, Harrisburg.
CURE OF SUFFERING AND DISSASE
lliROUG1:1 WARING Clairvoyant per
il_ cepti n of the causes of disorders,
DIL ADDIS() N,
the celebrated Medical Examiner has arrived at Harris
burg and taken
Room No. 45 at the Jones' Rouse.
where h 3 will rem in a short line tor medical examina
tion of persans atllcted who any form of disease or sul
tanas. The remareaule correotdess of the lEa,vrie ige
he acquires of e inn person's case WillauLL ailing any
questions whatever, is fully shown to ease one heix
amines, by his 3.0301133L3 t ieir d sensation
arisma (rum the dis .rddrs ne d ids existing in ths ays
tma, the blood or any organ ail,enl, In c insole:nice
of tabs, his cures in Phdadephia sad - so , ton aat Cit3er
ph. es w lure tie hw praotioel t, ail extent, have oxen
numerous and remarsable for many or the moth ext - eme
nose, , have been brought to his care, and hi: suezess in
prompt relief and speedy ressoratton of Ms patient in
health mad comfort, has correspodded wits bi • great
skill in mastering and snowing ma nature of compisints.
D r . Addison's Fr.minatione and Consultations
are made sri hout chagre, ao that a Vidit to hint doer not
suet Kay thiug ; and to many it may betue means of a
cur almost to.yond valu atioa. Khere medic d treat -
sellout is desired, charges wtd be made moderate and to
lilt tide Ulna. e 07.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
I.IIE z.-,U6SCRIBERS. Comintesioners of
the county of Dauphin, Va.. her sod cit propo ale
for the re-buienug of the County Bridge acro .a the eon
sylvania natal, at the place where tee ,taulic road lead
in: from the 'eusquehanaa iver to the ren,sylvadie
Latium Ho petal, cr sees tie same., a short di-t.ece above
Harrisburg. Fors ins p oposiug will receive the: mat ria is
aud abuaneuts of toe termer bridge n ei demolished.
drain proposals may be ins .e :or au 1. ou Bridge 5e net as
a w...oueL , oue--t-osCommission_ra wid decide at t day
of letting on said pr p , sate. said .ridge, whether of
iron or of wool must oe wet and strongly built Hood
and sound material die only be used, ithOtit a root if
wooden. alai shalt be after the same la, of tie Paxton
Crees Bridge at the toot f Market street. I, rho cky of
Harriaburg. The sad Abu merits, if not in a good con•
ditioa COW and at tee time of tun cOmmeeoemem of the
building wheteer an iron or other b. idge will be Melded
upon, mu-. 1 be repaired, and it an iou bridge wil .be
agreed upon, the same must be of suffic ie ntOdnecaiOnt
in the dittere-t parts, 00 at to insure a good an . suffi
ciently strung structure. Lett ng will 1), on the Mt of
February, Inn:, at 3 o'clock P. K. and sato bridge after
awarded must be flmshe oa or • don) the lute of -.arch,
0562 when cue whole amount will be pant if built in
accordance with toe contract twat snail ou entered into
w.th the person to whom tne Stole will be aw.alled.
J .COB B
GcOati. H t mVERICH,
Anrer—JOSEPH ]BILLER, Clerk
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSEH.
OULD respectfully inform his Old
patrons and the public generally, that he will
=Roue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, ME"
['ODEON VIOLIN and also in the science ol THOROUGH
BASS. He will will pleasure wait aim) pupils at their
301:005 at any hour desired, or lessons will oe even a
Us residence, in Third atreot, few doors below tb,
;email Reformed Chord).
NO excuse for having Boots and Shoes
1101 blackened. Elaciaidg that will give a polati on
wet or greasy boots. Jo-t the Otiug for 106 times, whim
every one can.ot afford two or three pairs of aloes or
Woks. Call and examine at
NICHOLS & BO Wll .1 N'S,
J2l corner Front aud 11trket streets.
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
IC-AZARErtI, Northampton county, Pa.
Fa-y of access fro n IlarrtsJurg by ralir.si to
Easton, and ti.noe seven miles by stage.
Rev. EDWARD H. RI:WM ,
f 5 3al
SHAWLS! DRESS GOODS 1 FURS ! I
ALARGE stock of these goods will be
disposed of at vary low price& Vine furs very
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
MACHINERY OIL.—We sell the only
reliable Natural Lubricating 011 (warranted free
from sa , d and acid) aed equa. to .perm r lard In be
market. Refer to no. is of ',Atm.& men, mat:bloat mann
fauturas and oth.rs who are usi. , g it.
Agent Pr Lubric 011 Company, Ra,d&oro ,tore op
p e t e'Co.rt Ho se 142 w
~,,lULDIEW6 CAMP COMPANION.— A
031 very omvement Witt rig Dtd4 ; iIISO, Pvutoque,
Memorandum Hooke, Vortnioaumee, .1
pal SCIDEFUNK'S BOWCir'iiv
HAY I HAY I I-50 tons superior baled
Hay, for Bale wholesale and retail oy
JA/Liki Y. WHIMLAIL