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Tuesday Afternoon, February 25, 1862.
LEFF FOR TUE SEAT OF WAIL-Mr. Samuel
Davis, of the Harrisburg City Cavalry, att*ched
to the Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry, Colonel
Wynkoop, left here at four o'clock this after
noon to join his company, now in service in
LECIONS.—Rev. Robert J. Carson will deliver
a lecture on the subject of "Itinerancy," in the
Vine Street M. E. church, on Wednesday eve
ning, the 26th, at 7} o'clock, fur the benefit of
the Sabbath school. Tickets can be had at the
door on the evening of the lecture.
Onassiort.—ln our notice of citizens who il
luminated their residences on the evening of
the 22nd iust , we inadvertently omitted the
names of Messrs Kepple, Young, Glides, Pee
lor, Stroniinger, Reel, and the Miss. Lefeveres,
in State street, opposite the Brady House; Win.
Buehiers in Market street, Peter Bernheizel in
Second street, and David M'Cormick and Rev
Mr. Maher in State street. The residences of
these gentlemen and ladies were handsomely
illuminated, and attracted much attention
BEAUTIFUL PAINTING —The "skating scene on
the Susquehanna" introduced in the popular
play of "New Year's calls," now performing at
Sanford's Opera House, was painted expressly
for the occasion by Mr. John Crukahank, of our
city, and as a work of art challenges the &dint
ration of every spectator. The coloring is ex
ceedingly natural, and the perspective faultless;
and, taking in connection with the merry tab
lauz vivant in front, forms altogether a view
which fairly mocks reality.
Da. JONES, or NEW YORK, who is practicing
at Herr's Hotel, in tills city, with such un
bounded success, will remain here until the 3d of
March, when be leaves for Lancaster city, where
be will practice at the City Hotel for a couple
of weeks before he returns home. Dr. Jones
has devoted his life and fortune to the study
and treatment of chronic diseases ; hence his
great success. Dr. J. has cured many old stand
ing diseases in this vi inity which had been pro
nounced incntable. It is not necessary for the
patient to see the Doctor more than once, in
order to have a cure effected, as chronic diseases
require a certain course of treatment, which
must be continued until a cure is effected.
THE TWENTY-BEOOND AT DAUPHIN. —The birth
day of the Father of his Country was celebrated
with more than usual display in the pleasant
little village of Dauphin. Both at sun-rise and
at noon a salute of thirty-four guns was fired.
At two o'clock there was a general meeting of
the citizens in the Presbyterian church, where
Washington's Farewell Address was read, and
brief addresses delivered by the pastors of the
place. In the evening many of the private
dwellings were brilliantly illuminated; a pro
cession, accompanied by martial music pro
ceeded through the streets of the village, and
the whole was celebrated by a beautiful display
of fire-works, under the directions of Messrs.
Rhodes and McCullough. All the citizens of
the place seemed to engage in the celebration
of the day with much enthusiasm, and mani
fested a commendable degree of patriotism and
SOLDIER SROT.-A soldier named Frank Van
Valburg, of York, Pa., quarter-master of Capt.
Dorshiemer's company, (A,) of Col. Seigles' reg
iment, was shot about 11 o'clock last night in
front of Sauter's lager beer saloon, in Rasberry
alley, this city, by another soldier who, it is
said, belongs to Col. Meredith's regiment, 56th
From all the particulars of the affair that we
can gather, it seems that a squad of about a
dozen of men belonging to Capt. Dorshiemer's
company, in charge of a sergeant, came to the
city last evening for the purpose of hunting up
and arresting stragglers from the camp, and
while in the dis harge of this duty they visited
Sauter's lager beer saloon. They did not re
main here long until they were told that one
of the members of their company was engaged
fighting with another soldier in the alley out
side the saloon, when Van Valburg immediately
left for the scene, and throwing himself be
tween the combatants with the view of parting
them, he was shot by the strange soldier, the
ball piercing his breast, near the nipple, and
taking effect in his tight lung.
Immediately after the report of the pistol,
the soldier who fired it was knocked down by a
cousin of the wounded man, but he quickly
regained his feet and contrived to make his es
cape, leaving, however, his cap on the ground,
from which it was discovered that he belonged
to the 56th regiment.
Van Valburg, after receiving the ball, fell to
the ground, and it was at first supposed that he
was dead ; but a closer examination proved the
contrary, when he was lifted up and, carried by
his comrades to Herr's hotel, the proprietors of
which kindly furnished a bed for his accommo
dation. Drs. Seiler and Rutherford, Jr., were
called in, and they promptly proceeded to probe
the wound, but up to the lime of writing, they
have not succeeded in extracting the ball. The
wounded man suffered with severe pain until
this morning, when under the influence of the
proper restoratives, he rested somewhat easier,
yet his friends entertain very little hope of his
This morning o:pt. Dorsheimer appeared be
fore the Mayor, and made the necessary legal
information of the occurauce, when a warrant
was issued, and placed in the hands of officer
Campbell, who in company with officer Kline,
this afternoon proceeded to Camp Curtin and
succeeded in arresting Lieut. Samuel C. Konig
macher of the 56th Pennsylvania Regiment,
who has been identified by some of Van Val.
burgh's companions as the person who fired
the pistol. The Lieutenant was brought
to the Mayor's office in a hack, and after a
brief hearing committed to prison, the criti
cal condition of Van Valburg, not justify
ing his honor in taking bail for the prisoner's
AN AFFLICTED FAMILY.—It . the family of Kr.
David Wagner, residing in East Hanover town
ship, there weie nine of its members prostoated
with the scarlet fever at the same time one
VMS a corpse, and several of the rest seemed to
be near the borders of the grave.
CONCERT BY THE BLIND PUP/LB.—The pupils
of the Pennsylvania Institution for the 81i..d,
will give their annual grand concert in this
city at Brant's Hell this evening. A fine or
chestra and choir will be present, in charge of
the principal conductor, Carl Bents. The appara
tus used to instruct the pupils will be exhibited
to the audience. Altogether the concert pro
mises to be very interesting.
THE &cam of wind last night was unusually
severe, and played sad havoc with awnings,
tree branches, flags and window shutters
throughout the city. A large chimney over
one of the shops at the Round House, and a
partially finished tenement in the rear of the
Episcopal church, were levelled by the violence
of the storm. The wires of the magnetic tele
e,raph were also deranged by the same cause
which prevented us from getting our usual
amount of despatches last night. This morn
ing opened clear and cold, with every prospect
that the "changeable term" of the last six
weeks is ended, and that we are now to enjoy
an extended spell of clear weather.
THE PENNSYLVANIA TROOPS IN BORTH CARO
LINA.—We have previously noticed the arrival
here of Cul. Christ, of tae Fiftieth Pennsylva
nia regiment, at Beaufort, S. C. He left Hilton
Head on last Monday week, February 10. His
regiment was encamped with another, the
Pennsylvania Roundheads, under Col. Leasure,
and the New York Seventy-ninth. A recon
noissance the night before he left to the main
land, by one of his captains, disclosed the fact
that the enemy had not attempted to reoccupy
the fort commanding Port Royal ferry, out of
which they were driven on the first day of the
year by General Stevens' brigade, lying upon
the direct road leading from Port Royal ferry
to the Charleston and Savannah railroad. The
heaviest, force of the rebels lie in and around
Savannah. They were not sure whether
Charleston or Savannah would be the first point
of attack. Four hundred of the Massachusetts
cavalry had arrived, and were actively at work
relieving the infantry from some of their most
onerous and fatiguing duties. The United
States army there has been reinforced quietly
until it has reached twenty-two thousand. The
health of the troops is generally very good.
He.has no doubt that Savannah has fallen.
Neither hie nor Leasure's men were to accom
pany it, and great disappointment was felt on
Ws UNDERSTAND that a certain landlord in
this city has threatened to turn the family of
one of our brave volunteers out of the house
they occupy, for the non-payment of a few
months' rent, caused, it seems, by the inability
of the husband, (wbo is in one of the Pennsyl
vania regiments in South Carolina,) to remit his
usual allowance, having himself failed to re
ceive any pay for the lastthree months' service,
We have something to say in this matter :
When the ear was startled by the news from
Baltimore, how the nation rose! From every
woodland cottage and mountain home, men
came to throw themselves on their country's
altar, and while the heart said, "I could fight
if I had a foe, ' the mind resolved to if the ene
my advanced, "It will be over my dead body."
Those who could not endure a soldier's life,
gave freely to the support of the families of
those who could, and what better way to help
our country in this darkest hour of her need
Many landlords said go, your family—my ten
ants shall pay no rent while you are fighting
for me, and the home of my children. How
much since then the soldier's heart has been
strengthened by knowing those at home cared
for his wife and little ones, and that while he
stood sentinel among strange scenes, in cold,
danger and darkness, his children slept at
We have visited some of these houses—the
houses of the soldiers' wives—how thick they
Stand on Northern soil to-day—and we have
heard a sturdy little boy, who thought we had
news of his papa say, "I can fight, take me to
my papa." Worthy son of such a sire! Would
it not unnerve that father's arm, spread mutiny
in camp and desolation over the land, could he
imagine his children crying for bread, and his
wife knew not what roof, other than the winter
sky, would shelter her when the landlord turns
her from the house she calls her home.
Can there be such a landlord—does he rally
haunt this home and tease the family, by desir
ing them to leave while the husband is at this
moment, perhaps, in the battle field, and in
stead of cheering her who sorrows over her
natural protector, add to her distress in the
most heartless manner. What if he does wish
his house for another person? What if the law
of Blackstone, Smith, Itawle or Coke upon Lit
tleton, gives him a landlord's title over a widow
less tenement, does he not know that there is a
law or humanity, of necessity and of justice,
which holds superior sway in every loyal citi
zen's soul at this peculiar time. Is it not due
to every soldier who is protecting the houses of
kind as well as unkind landlords, to have his
temporary home and helpless wife and children.
Let us ask this landlord where his houses
would have been before this, if the soldier had
not stood between him and the desolating foe.
As the let of April approaches, let landlords re.
member the 19th of bust April—the mob in Bal
timore, and Small'soverpowered men retreating
into loyal Pennsylvania. Did you not wish
for soldiers then, and did they not come and
form a living wall from then till now, between
you and danger Now, when you think you
are safe—protected by these patriotsvisit the
homes of their families and tell them, though
the absent father does not write that he will
send money to pay the rent as soon as the cir
cumstances of war will permit, you will throw
the family into the street ? Will you ? Echo
answers will you P Let the miscreant who would
do so, hide his head in shame ; or, if be would
be worthy of the light and sunshine, let him go
to the soldier's family and say this house is still
your home, rest contented, and I will not shrink
in guilty fear from the summons : ''This night
shall thy soul be required of thee."
pettnopluania Mailv eclegraj3h, ituestrctp Ilfternoon iftbruarp 25, 1662
WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 1, 1 0. of Good
Temphrs, will meet at the hall, Sons of Tern
perance building, North Second street, at 71
o'clock this evening.
Y. M C. A.—A meeting of the Boatd o
Managers of the Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation will be held in their room, on
this (Tuesday) evening, at seven o'clock. A
full attendance is desired.
SANFORD'S Ormta House.—A . splendid pro
gramme is out for to-night's performance at
Sanford's Opera House, including the roaring
afterpiece of "New Year's Calls," which was re
ceived last night with "trensenjous busts of ap
plause " The skating:scene in play is
above worth the price of admission. Be on
hand early to-night if you want a good seat.
THE ROBBERY ON THE BRlDGE.—Arrested on
Suzpicipn. —A colored man named Owen Blim,
was arrested yesterday in the sixth ward by
officer Campbell, on suspicion of having been
interested in the robbery and attempted' murder
of the drover Elwood, in the Harrisburg Bridge
last Sunday night, a full account of which ap
peared in last evening's TELEGRAPH. Blue was
taken before the Mayor, but there being no tes
timony to warrant his detention, he was dis
charged. The robber is still at large.
" THE RED, WHITE AND Ikus."--When the
North rushed to arms last Spring, to avenge
the insult to our flag at Fort Sumter, and the
most intense enthusiasm prevaded the commu
nity, a perfect eruption of flags took place all
over the Northern States. Some of these
signals of our loyalty, says the Pittsburg Ga
zette, were gotten up in strict accordance with
the statutory " Army Regulations" on the sub
ject, but by far the largest portion were vile
slanders on that "standard sheet," which has
been recently "floating" with so much effect
through Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri and
sundry other States of this Union. Constantly
recurring political conventions and fete days
had corrupted popular ideas on this subject to
a most shocking extent, and nine-tenths of the
striped bunting hung out on such occasions,
bore about as much resemblance to the real
flag, as a cotton hankerchief to a genuine silk
bandanna. There was a quantity of red, white
and blue in each, but the proportionate quan-
tity varied with the taste . of the maker in each
instance. Any number of stripes, from five to
to fifteen were introduced ; In some cases the
blue field was a mere spot, thrown in for ef
fect, while in others, the azure predominated
to the almost utter exclusion of stripes. Ev
ery shade approaching red, from a dirty coffee
colored brown, to the palest lake were used in
differently, and the proportion of length and
breadth were fixed to suit the convenience, or
the character of the materials, of the maker.
The outbreak of •the rebellion, however fol
lowed by a demand for troops by hundreds of
thousands,and flags by thousands,had the effect,
in some measure, of correcting the evil. It was
necessary to provide the "three month's men,"
"three year's men" and "Home Guards" with
flags that would bear inspection, and authori
ties were consulted in making, that the donors
might not be mortified by a rejection of their
gifts. We were led to hope that a better taste
pervaded the community, from the fact that
the caricatures, which had been so plentiful at
first, were gradually disappearing, as the own
era became convinced that they were not the
"genuine thing." The recurrence of the
Twenty.second of February, however, leading
to another patriotic display of the Stars and
Stripes, has convinced us that they were only
withdrawn for the time being. The same cart.
acture of the "flag of the free" can be seen on
every street, floating from every description of
tenement. Why not hang out a flag made in
accordance with the a regulations, when it will
cost no more than a miserable apology for ene.
STABILITY or HABIT. —" There is no funeral
so sad to follow as the funeral of our youth,
which we have been pampering , with fond de
sires, ambitious hope, and all the bright ber
ries that hang in poisonous clusters over the
path of life." The importance of contracting
correct habits will apply in every action of our
lives ; for instance it is a duty society demands
of us to dress genteel, but we are not required
to throw our money away on worthless goods ;
hence, it is important to purchase where we
can get good goods for the least money. That
place is Unica Sr. Bownates, corner Front and
Two HUNDRED Pizczs 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
cents • another lot of those good white rib
bed stockings • ladies' pocket handkerchiefs,
at 12 } cents; Children's pocket handkerchiefs,
with border, 5 cents ' • shirt breasts 124,
16 and up to 374 cents; 25 pieces new pant
stuff ; undershirts and drawersvery cheap
cotton and woolen socks, at all, prices ;
40 dozen wooled stockings, for children, 124
cents; 11- 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 house of plain and
figured Swiss muslins, brillants, white cam
brine, Nausuck and Victoria lawns, suitable for
dresses, as those goods will be very scarce and
dear nest summer now is the time to buy. Our
stock of Furs at cost. S. Law;
Rhoads' Old Stand.
THE Lesser Nay/B.—Bargains ! Selling off
the entire stock of winter goods below cost,
viz : Woolen, merino, cotton and canton flan
nel, under shifts and drawers, 40 and upwards;
woolen mufflers, woolen and cotton I} Hose,
104 and upwards ; silk ties, 18 and upwards ;
suspenders, 12 ;. also fine shirts, $1 00®41 25,
actually worth $1 50®1 75 ; collars, all linen,
12k, and night shirts, 50 ; also a large lot of
monkey jackets, all wool, from 754;01 00.;
also a large lot of Union shirt breasts, lam;
fine bleach muslin, 1.1- yard wide, 15c.; also
bleached m nal i u ,fic., and fine Irish li nen,l2oc.
per yard ; Brooks, Clarks and. Coal's enambled
spool cotton, 4c. Ladies and gentlemen this is
the place to get a bargain. Please call and ex
amine for yourselves, as one call will Suffice to
convince the public of the above :acts. Also,
on band a large lot of ladies' collars, cuffs, un
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. If yon 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'a grocery store, Harris..
burg, Pa. feblo.
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!!
Win. A. Batchelor's Nair Dye !
The only Harmless and Reliable Dyer Known I
All others aro mere imitations, and should be avoided
ifyou wish to escape ridicule. .
GREY. RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Mack, without the least
injury to Halr or Stitt.
Fl REN M s DVS AVD DIeLOMAS have been AAA--
ded to W.M. A. &magma since it 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of bis famous Dye.
Will. A. EaTCHNLOft'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to oe distiuguisheo from nature and is WAIAAROTAD
not to injure in the least, however long it m tv be contin
ued, Aid the ill effects of bad Oves remedied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at Nn. 10 Bond Street New York.
Sold In all the sites and towns of the United States, by
Drugeists end Few Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name " WBliam A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
sides of each box.
Wholesale Factory, 81 Barclay 91 4
Late 239 Broadway, New York.
A CARD TO THE LADIK
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES.
"Read the following certificate" from one . of the first
ladles in titica, N. Y., who called upon my agents in that
city (Mr. Wm. Bristol & C 0.,) and told them that she, of
course, did not wish her name made public, but if any
one should doubt the wonderful efficiency of Du. Dutton
no's Golden Pills, they might refer any Lady to her, as
she considered it a duty, as well us a pleasure, to her
knowledge of their efficacy, as administered to her
I daughter, a young I ady 17 years old. abe was fast go
ingl into cons .imptian—had taken cold—nature became
obstructed Two boxes of these Golden Pills entire
ly cured her, and sue is now in robust health.—
I "We were particular in buying the genuine. Full and
I explicit directions acnompanying each box. Price sl—
. wholesale and retail by 0. A Itaxarrairr, No. 2,
Jones Row, •nd C. R. Baum, 91 Market street, Harris
burg, Pa. By sending either of them 11l 00 thronght he
Harrisburg Post Office the Pills will es sent confidentially
by mail teeny part or the country; "free of postage."
N. B.—Look out for counterrelle. Bey ao Golden Fells
of any kind unless the box is signed S. D. Howe. Ad
others is a beau imposition and unsafe; therefore, se
you value your liver and health, (to any nothing of ' be
leg humbugged out of your monev,) buy only or those
who show the signature of S. D. 'Howe on every box,
which bag recently tiPen Acted on anneent of the Pills
seine - ecunterfeltre. The ingredient/I composing the
above Pills are made known to every Agent, mid they
are safe, and will perform all claimed for them.
Sold also by, T. L Lumberger, Lebanon ; A. J. RaufT.
man,. Mechanicsburg ; M. Marks, Lewistown ; 8. Elliott..
I • S. G. Wild, Newville ; J. C. Aida, Shippens,
burg ; Spangler Chamberaburg ; E. T. miller, York ;
J. A. Wolf, Wrightsville ; 8. 8. Stevens, Beading ; and
R. P. Hunter, Reading, and by "one druggist" in every
town and vlll tge in the United States, and by
S. D. MO WE,
Sole Proprietor, New York
e 3 Am
NICHOL A S & BOWMAN,
Corner of Front and Market Streets.
(V. Hummel's old stand,)
HAVE determined to place their entire
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FRUITS,
at prices to suit the present hard times, and re
spectfully call the attention of the citizens of
Harrisburg and vicinity to their extensive stock
of goods, consisting of
FLOUR, FISH, &o.
We have also gone to considerable trouble in
getting the sale of several brands of
All of which we warrant to be
NON-EXPLOSIVE, TRANSPARENT AND
FREE FROM ODOR,
as far as practicable. Among others, we have
NATRONA, MAGNOLIA, LUCIFER,
All of which we will sell wholesale or retail,
and lower than any other house in Harrisburg.
Also, all kinds of
OUT, FLINT AND GREEN GLASS-WARE.
We also invite attention to our well selected
and extensive assortment of
Call at NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
BILLIARD AND BO WLING SALOON,
NO. 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR 141141 H.
THE aubacribere having erected a larg e
building at the above place, expressly for the pure o
ne above indicated, beg to call the attention of the pub
lic to the following :
Tie RaftratraamT, on the first flour, with a dining room
attached, is fitted up in flrst-clasit style. and it will at all
times he suppled with the best OYSTERS to be had is
the Atlantic cities, together with terrapin, fish, and all
kinds of game In season. Oysters served ap in every
style, and meals to be had at all hours. The Ales of all
the celebrated breweries in the country constantly on
The Ten-pin Alley, or Bowling Saloon, le in the rear,
and contains three alleys of modern construction, where
the lovers of this healthy sterols° can enjoy themselves.
The Billiard Saloon is up-stairs—elegantly titled up,
and contains three marble top c , mbination cushion ta
bles, equal to any made.
Harrisburg has long felt the want of a grand combin
ation of this kind, and ae the proprietors are determine d
to conduct it in a quiet and orderly manner, and do eve
rything in their power to make it a fair.ionable resort,
they hope to receive a liberal eMire of public patronage.
ja3-dlf WILLIAM G IifcFADDRN &00.
GEO. V. driti7E, gradUitte of the
altimorirendie ne ci Dental Surgery, having perms
nently Located in the city of Harrisburg and taken the
office formerly occupied by Dr. Gorges, on Third street,
bet Ween Market and. Walnut. respectfully informs his
friends and the public in general, that he.is prepared to
perform all operations in the • Dental profession, either
surgical or mechanical, in a manner that shall not be
surpassed by operators in this or any other city. Nil
mode 01 ineertmc artificial teeth pon the later.: in•
proved scientific limn ci pleat.
Teeth. from one to a Lull set, monnted on fine Gold, 'li
ver. Mani plates Cr the Vulcanite. Base.
I take great pleasure in recommending the motive gen
Derma to 41 my former patients of Barrtsburg and vi
laity, and feel confident that he will perform all opera
time in a scientific manner, from my knowledge or Me
I nwa-Atf) T.. 1 F. GORGeII. D. D. R.
ANOTHER NEW STOOK !
portable Writing Desks,
and§a general assortment of
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
Avaluable Two Story double frame
Dwelling Bosse and Lotof ground, situated on the
corner of North street and Neat Avenue, 30 feet on North
street and 110 feet deep, two basemeat Sitshens, two cal
ler, and elevea reome, also a never failing spring of wa
ter. Ttie building is well calculated for a store or hotel.
Terms reasonable. Enquire of W. BARR,
jan4 City Auctioneer.
FRESH Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Co
coa-nuta, Atc., Just received and for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
febl4 y Corner Front and Market streets.
C ° 4l, OIL lower than any House in
Harrisburg, for Nl* by
NICHOLS k BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market strata
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR in fourth and
half bbl. sake, also, wholesale and retail at IN
New Grocery and Provision Sore, Front and Market ate.
NIGHOLq &HOWM av
DANDELION-COFFEE I—A Fresh and
Jorge IMO or this Celebrated Codeejust received
by LlesJ WM. DOOR, Jr., 111 Cob
- THE •
1,6 1 1 - 01,1,
A LIITTIR ATTIRED in anci costumes, wil lgveireeofti rorandodvodonertsa
On the evening of Thursday, Friday
FEBRUARY 27th and 28th and MARCH Ist
The Oki Folks will be assisted by Mrs. EMMA J. NICH
OLS, th young American Songstress, Mrs. OEOIWIB
SHEPPARO, the accomplished Vocalist, and Mr. J. P.
GULICK, the Famous Basso.
GRANNY SLOCUM, AUNT RACHAEL and COUSIN
REUBEN, will also be meant each evening and "vine
TICKETS 25 cents. CHILDREN 15 cents.
Qr. Doora open at 7 o'clock, to commence at 7, , z
A MATINEE will be given SATURDAY AFTERNOON
et 3 o'clock, for the anzemmodstion. of Ladies and Chil
air ADMISSION for CHILDREN to MATINEE 10 seats
TWO GRAND CONCERTS.
Pupils of the Pennsylvania Institution
for the Blind,
On Tueviay mid Wednesday Evenings,
February 25th and 26th.
In Charge of the Principal Conductor CARL SENIZ.
A fine orchestra and chorus will be prevent. The ap
paratus used to instruct the mile, will be exhibited.
ADMISSION 25 cents.
To ass , st in defraying expenses only. To commence J(
before 8 o'clock. feb22•dgt
SANFORD'S NEW OPERA HOUSE
THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET.
Admission' 25 cents.
Orchestra Chairs, . 50 cents.
Seats in Private Boxes, 75 cents.
Entire Box, $5.00.
Doors open o'clock ; Commence at 7i o'clock.
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.
First Night of the Roaring Scene,. entitled
NEW YEAR'S CALLS.
Seats can be secures in advance during the Opera.
Boa Mee open from 10 to 12 a. K.
ALE, PORTER AND BEER,
NOTICE is hereby given to the citizens
of Harrisburg, that the. nndersigned has authorized
Mr. E. Mager to receive orders for tiny of .my manufac
tures. The collecting will be attended to by the under
signed. dill orders left as above will be promptly at
tended to. GIAJRGE LA oErt,
feb22-11801. Pottsville, Pa.
AFINE large Store Room on Market
square, occupied at present as a roger and tobacco
store. Also a fine new vomiter for sale by/etre at the
store. [Pb2l.-dat*J WM V7YKOFF.
GOOD NEWS! GOOD NEWS! !
34n PIECES tileachedMusln at 7 cts.
leu pieces, yard wide Muslin, at 12% eta per yard.
80 pieces good quality Calico, at T cis. per yard.
200i:feces best styles Calico, at 12% cts per yard.
50 pieces best Licari at 55,31.40 and 60 cis. per 'aril.
60 pieces barred Check, at 10 cis. per yard.
Also a ~arge stock of Carpets, fancy and back Silks,
Shawls at greatly reduced prices. B examining our large
stock of goods, you will god great Bargains.
M. WiLER Co.,
feb2l-dlw No. 4, Market Bquare, Harrisburg, Pa.
FRESH Oranges, Lemons, Cocoa Nuts,
Raisins, Currants, A 3.. Ate., for sale low at
NICHOLS Si BOWMAN,
Corner Fr.)nt and Mar,et streets
COAL OIL,, Natrona, Magnolia, Lucifer,
aud other non explosive brands, for sale low by
• NICUOIA A; BOWMAN,
feb2 Center Fn nt and Mar, et streets.
SYE UP, Lovering's and stewart's, for
Bale by NICHOL/3 & BOWMAN,
feb2l Corner Front and Market street.
SUGARS Crushed, Pulverized and Re
fined, for sale by . micaot s & IM)WSIA.N,
feb2l Corner Front and Market streets.
FRES BUI'TE and EGGS constantly
on band and for sale by
NIOHOLS & BOWMAN,
9 corner Front and Market streets
CRANBERRIES, Dried Fruits, Fresh
Apple, Hominy, at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S,
corder. Front and Margot streets.
BLINDS !! BLINDS !!!
NEW VENITION BLINDS made to or
der for ;the small tram of $2, $2 50 and $3. New
blinds made !out of old ones ar, equal low prices for
seventy five cents a piece and upwards oel and .s.ie at
my shop, in Second street, below Chesnut.
feb3- im A. R. SR 111 P.
BOARDING} SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
NAZARETH, Northampton county, Pa.
Easy orseent from Harrisburg by railroad to
Radon, and donee seven miles by stip.
Rev. EDWARD U. REICHEL
OUR newly replenished stock of Toilet
and Fancy Goods is unsurpassed in this city, and
feeling confident of rendering satisfaction,'we would res
pectfully invite a call. KILLER,
9t Market street, two doors east of Fourth street, south
CRUSHED, broken loaf, fine and coarse
pulverised and other sugars for sea by
NICHOLS 41: BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market streets.
•LT AIR , TOOTH., N CLOTH, HAT,
it LATHER and INFANT BRUBEIR:S, in great minty
T 0 PURCHASE about half or three.quar•
tem Oran acre of ground between Ridge road and
the canal. [116132.0.1v] JOHN OENNL&GEEL
CHEAP TOBACCO —We have a large
stock or good Virginia Chewing Tobacco, which we
are selling °tat low rates. EBY KUNKEL.
HAMS AND SHOULDERS.—Twenty
Casks or beat Sugar Cured Hams ; 30 casks of Com
mon Salt Shoulder, for sale at city price 3 by
Ibb2o-4te EBY & KUNKEL.
WILL SELL at coat my entire stock of
millinery and fancy goods. Claq end eximine
for yourselves, Shells Row, Third street below Market!
feblg.dlw 8. A. MILES.
CRUMB BRUSHES, Door Mats, • Scrub
blng and Elsoken&kg Bnvhes, for sato by
NtCtityLikS & B IW MAv ,
corner Front and Market streets.
OATS ! OATS ! 1 Cash paid for Oats
by JAMIS 11.
93 Market street, Barrisburg, Pa.,
M. I A. N C:1 El.
NEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, horn the best
makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU
MENTS, FROM $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in general.
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
hand. Music sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND RO S EWOOD
Suitable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on band.
A fine assortment of best plated
LOOKING GLASSE S
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
93 Market street
• STEAM WEEKLY.
BZTWKEN NSW lOU
ANtlNf.r AND EMBARKING PAS
..NGEJM at QUEENSTOWN, (Ireland.) The Liver
pool, New ion. and Philadelphia Steamship company
intend despatching their full powered Clyde-built iroy
Steamships as follows :
KANGAROO, Saturday, March Ist ; ETNA, Saturday
March Bth ; CITY OF NEW YORE, Saturday, Mar,. hlsul;
and every succeeding Saturday, at Noon, from Plea 44
FIRST CABIN $73 00 3 TEERAGE.... ..... $3O 00
do to London soo oo do to London ..$33 00
do to Paris $B5 001 do to Paris .... $3B 00
do to Hamburg..s B s 00 I do to Hamburg $35 00
Passengers also forwarded to Have, Bremen, Bolter
dam, Antwerp, Am., at equally low rates.
WPertiOns Witthieg to bring suttbeir friends canbuy
tickets bete at the following rates, to New 'York: From
Liverpool or Queenstown; let Cabin, $75, $B6 and $303 .
3teerage from Liverpool $4O 00 from Queenstown,
These Steamers have superior accommodations for
passengers, and carry experienced Surgeons. Tney arc
bunt in Water-tight Iron Sections, and have Patent Fire
Annihilators on board.
For further information apply in Liverpool to WILLIAM
INMAN, Agent, 22 Water Street ; in Glasgow to WM.
INMAN, 6 tn. Enoch Square ; in Queenstown to C. & W.
D. SEYMOUR & CO. ; in London to litlVaS & MALY, 01
Ring William St. ; in Part , . to LULUS DECODE, 5 Place
de la Bourse ; in Philadelphia to JOHN G. DALE, ill
Walnut street ; or at the Company's offices..
JNO. G. DALE, Agent,
to Broadway, New Zola.
Or 0. 0. Zimmerman. Agent, Harrisburg.
ia-PASNENOERI FOK EIIROPE.—By order of the
Secretary of State, ad passengers ie<viog the United
States are required to procure Pamtports before going on
board the St smer.
Passengers will not be subjected to any trouble or de
lay in procuring them, if they call for instructions at the
Company's Offices, lb Broadway, New York.
JOHN G. DALt., Lawn.
NEW MILITARY PUBLICATIONS.
LONGMORE ON gun shot wounds, . 75
The Art of War by Baron de Jom
ini, with appendices, maps and
engravings $1 60
Infantry Tactics, by Brigadier-General
Silas Casey, 11. S. A 2 60
Practical Treatise on Strengthening and
Defending Out Posts, Villages,
Bridges, &c., in reference to the
Duties of Olkcers of Picquets, by
Col. Jebb. Royal, (English) Engi
neers 4 76
Coppee's Field Manual for Battalion
Coppee'a Field Manual of Evolutions of
the Line 60
With all the standard military publications
at BERGNER'S Cheap Book Store.
SRAN(E STORY, by Bulwer,
trated, price 26
Dinah $1 00
The Warden, by Trollope, (Pocket li
Castle Wafer, by the author of "East
Treasure. Trove, by Sam. Lover, now
edition , 50
Tom Crosbie and his friends, by Lover.. 50
The Broken Engagement, by Mrs. South
With all the new books as soon as published
at BERGNER'S Cheap Book Store.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS,
REST PENS in the world, for 750, $1 25
$1 GO, $2, $3, and $4, for sale at
(WO y SCHEFFEWS Wooketore.
"THE PIN MIGHTIER THAN THE
THE LARGEST STOCK,
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STYLEB AND PATTERN
Gold and Silver Pencil and Pen
In the market, is to be found at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,.
'DUCK-WHEAT MEAL and CORN MEAL
jail received an or sale low at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
16 , corner Front and Market tweets.
MACHINERY OIL.—We sell the only
reliable Natural Lubricating OIL (warranted free
from !gaud and acid.) and equal to Sperm or lard in the
market. Refer to hosts of r ail road men, mutilate& manu
facturers and °then who era using it.
Agent for Lark Oil Company, Hardware more op
posite the Court House. Al-2w
SOLDIER'S CAMP COMPANION. A
vary convenient Writting Desk ; also, Portto , los,
Memorandum Books, Portatoonases, Ate .
n 2.0 SCHEFFEit'S BOOKATORe.
C AN era p ii L ki S
lids S :
f C ,r o s u a n le t b ry soap, Fancy Soaps
CHOLS & BOWMAN.
Corner Front and Mar • et c treats.
NO.I MACKERAL in Kitts, half bar
rels, and barrels, at the Mew (tracery and. Provi
sion otore, front and Market streets.
NICHOLS & POW HAN,
CHOICE Teas, Green and Black, for sale
low by NICHOLAS A; BOWMAN,
febll Corner Frontand Market streeta.
ALOT of prime Cheese just received and
for sale by NICHOLAS & BOWMAN,
total Corner Vrootand Market streets.
POWDER, Shoe and Cape for Bale by
NICHOLAS d; BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market wives.
tRESEI Lemons, Apples, Cranberries,
for sale by /WHOM. & BOWMAN,
corner Proof sad