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°riling, February RS, la
11K SKAT OF Wee.—Mr. Samuel
Harriaiburg City Cavalry, attached
I. Yenm}lvauia Cavalry, Colon. 1
•ft lee at four o'clock yesterday
uin hie company, 110 W In service in
Drew llauss,—A spldid
nut for for to•night's perfo en rmance at
e a 'louse, including the roaring
,N ew Year's Calls," which was re
iallt with "tremenjons busts of 'ln
n: At.ting scene In tbl4 play la
th, I rico of admission. Be on
~-D i At if you want a good seat.
A n our notice of citizens who 11-
dr re lief:tees on the evening of
. we holdvertantly omitted the
Kepple, Young, Glides, Pee-
Reel, and the Him. Lefeveree,
o p i n3ite the Brady House; Wm.
girt et street, Peter Bernheleel in
and David id'Cormick and Rev.
Stne street. The residences of
and ladies were handsomely
;,1.4i attracted much attention
"kiNTING —The "skating scene on
111113" introduced in the popular
w Year's calls," now performing at
ilmaye, was painted expressly
n by Mr. John Crukshank, of our
, work of art challenges the adml
~,,qtator, The coloring le ex
„,„r and tho perspective faultless;
at c onnection with the merry tab
, front, lorme altogether a view
raockt , reality.
IV ON VIC BRlDol.—Arreaged on
who d man named Owen Blue,
e.t , r,lty in the sixth ward by
on ,uspicion of 'baying been
hr rob cry and attempted murder
i.hcomi, in the Harrisburg Bridge
;gnt, 11111 account of which ap
'ALIN/RANI. Blue was
but there being no
, arrant his detention, he was dis.
e vild.er is Still at large.
M, ger DAVPIII24. -The birth
ifixr iii, Country wa celebrated
display in the pleasant
D ,Ardliirt Both at sun. rise and
.14te ItiatO +in guns was fired :
r w a general meetiot 'of
n ‘lc Pc tto tvt an church',' whet
a'oVato.,.',lAl,lress was read;
a I .61k-re Ily the piton Of tftr
It. tLe ececrz :bleu of the private
"_, werel,rl uir;y illumfbatad; a pro
. , martial rut* pro-,
or the village, and
by a beautiful display
under the directicina of Mews.
kolluLli All the datums of
wed i, ,I,7aszo in the celebration
enthusiasm, and mini
.l,l, dogma of patriotism and
?-A s !kr named Frank Pau
rk, quarter-master of Capt.
• , wpiny, (A,) of Col. Seigles' reg.
I ub , ut 11 o'clock Tueaday - alght
beer Balm; In Basherry
, ! , .1•y another soldier who, It is
.t C,.1 Meredith's regiment, 66th
mrticillars of the affair that we
lh It a squad of about a
Aril:jog to Capt. Dorsiktieiner's
•• • Airy of a sergeant, name to
• the prirpeae of hunting up
:....triggl e r s from the camp, and
lathy of this duty they visited
")ter s . do.in. They did not re•
until they were told that one
Ut tbhir company WAS engaged
Mier in the.alluy
sheu Van Valburg immediately
' i,e, ant throwing himself be
-4; Note, with the view of parting
A by the strange soldier, the
breast, near the nipple, and
• 4 bis right lung.
.1110 the report of the &toil
tired it WAS knocked down by a
‘,.,ue.1e.,1 man, but he quickly
• As.d contrived to nuke hie ea
- "ever, his cap oa the ground,
• I thvmvered that he belonged
itkr reedving the ball, fell to
was at fust supposed that ha
cl' ••r examination proved the
J,e was lifted up and carried by
Heir's hotel, the proprielora of
ilithed a bed for his accommo
•orrathl Rutherford, Jr., were
I.ruciptly proceeded to probe
• It op to the time of writing, they
e I iu extracting the ball. The
tiered with severe pain until
• , 1 under the influence of the
IN. he rooted somewhat easier,
• t ritert4iu very little hope of his
Dorsheitner appeared be
aid made the necessary legal
the oceurauce, when a warrant
ottoi in the hands of officer
' '" twupany with officer Kline,
,Tded t o Cann ) (Nita tuld
ith Pennsylvania Regiment,
toy some of Van Val
,NI the person who fired
ct Lieutenant wee brdught
h.'o in a hack, and afto
" '4 prison, the criti-
Van Yalburg, not 'tidily"
' 4 Li king bail for the 'Prierit4is
AN AITLIOTID FAMILY.—In the family of Mr.
David Wagner, residing in East Hanover town
ship, there Were nine of its members prostrated
wish the scarlet fever at the same time one
was a corpse, and several of the rest seemed to
be near the borders of the grave.
CONQIRT BY TUX BLIND PURII/L—The pupils
of the Pennsylvania InStitutfon, for the 131i,A,
will give their annual grand jitncert in this
city at Brant's nall . this evenn. A fine or
chestra and choir will be present, in charge of
the principal conductor, Carl Bentz. The appara
tus used to Instruct the pupils will be exhibited
to the audience. Altogether the concert pro
mises to be very Interesting.
Tau Stout of wind Tuesday night was unusu
ally severe, and played mad havoc with awnings,
tree: branches, flags and window shutters
throngbout the city. A large chimney over
one of the shops at the Round House, and a
partially finished tenement in the rear of the
Eplecopal church, were levelled by'the violence
of the storm. The wires of the magnetic tele
graph were also deranged
. by the same cause
whieh prevented us :from getting our usual
amount of deaptiches. Yesterday morang
opened clear :an cold, ;With:every' prospect
thatpe "chaptlidde •term" of the last six
waelkls ended; and that we are now to enjoy
an Offended spell of clear weather.
Tits PaanSTINAZIIe TROOPS m Soma Casa
ratits:--Welieve previously noticed the arrival
here of Col. Christ, of toe Fiftieth Fennailva
nia regiment, at Beaufort, S. He left Hilton
Head 'tin last Monday week, rebruary lc. ilia
regiment was encamped with another, the
Pennsylvania lieuncilieacht, under Col. Letiese,
and the Iteiitiiik A reeen:
whss m°. the night before he left to the mote
land. by one of hie captains; disclosed the fact
that i.he enemy had not attempted to reoccupy
the fert commanding Pork Royal ferry, out of
which they were driven on the first day of the
year by General Stevens' brigade, lying upon
the direct road leiding from Port Royal forty
to the tjhsrleston 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 Massachtusetts
cavalry had arrived, and Were aotlyely at- work
relielhog the infantry - from some of their most
ocertins and fatiguing duties. The United
States army there has been reinforced quietly
until It boa reached twenty-two thousand. The
health of the troops is generally very good.
He bee no doubt that Savannah has fallen.
Neither his nor rdimuture's men were to accom
pany it, and great disappointment was felt on
that a certain landlord in
this city has threatened to turn the family of
one of our brave volunteers oat of the house
they Occupy, for the 'non-payment of s few
months' rent,. ceased, it seems, by the inability
of the , husband,.(wko is in one of the Pennlyl
'mole regiments in South Carolina,) to remit his
usual 'allowance, having himself failed to re
ceive Pr pay for th e 14 , 1 ittil orP tI ."KWYLSI..
We have sourf tbing to say to this matter :
When the ear was startled by the news from
Baltitiore, how the nation Neel ' riotit'Oely
woodd ootiawerwad fhouutain home, men
' me* throw tklpselves on their Country's
altar, d while the heart told, "I could fight
if I had ti foe,'' the mind resolved to if the one.
my advanced, "It will be over my dead body."
Those who could not eodure a soldier's life,
gave freely to the support of the families of
thee who could, and whet better way to hilp
Our country in this darkest hour of her need f
Many landlords said go, your family—my ten
ante shall pay no rent while .yon are fighting
for Ys, and the home of My 'chilthen. Moir .
much' ime 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 straws Boone., in cold,
danger and darkness, his children slept at
We have visited some of Abase • houseithe
houses of the soldiers' wives—low thick they
stand on Northers 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 peps." Worthy son of such a sire! Would
It sot unnerve that father's arm, spread mutiny
in camp and ,desolation over the lartd c oottld he
liosede his 6hildren orYini Aoriiaa, and his
wife k'new not what roof, othm.thea the winter
sky, would shelter her when the landlord turns
her from the house she cello tier home. ,
Can there be such &landlord—does he really
haunt this home and team' tainilYi, by desir
ing them to leave while the' husband is at this
Monstuit, perhaps, in the battle field, and in
stead of cheering her who sorrows over her
4tural proteCtor, add to her distress in the
most huartiess manner., What if he doei wish
his hot* for another person? What if the law
of Biadlitorie, Smith, Rawls of Coke upon Lit
tieton,iives him &landlord's title over a vidow
less ienentent; does he not know that there is a
law of humanity, of nommity and of jostice,
which holds superior sway in every loyal
sen's sing at dila 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 nsisW: icinsre
would pave been before this, if the soldier had '
not stood between him and the desolating foe.
As thalst of April approaches, let landlords re.
member the 19th of last April—the mob in Bal
timore, and Small's overpowered men retreating
Into loyal Pennsylvania. Did you not wish
for soldiers then, and did they not come and
form a l living Wall from then till now, between
you and danger Now, when you think you
are safe—protected by these patrloh-vhdt 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 I Will you? Echo
tukeirera will you ? Let the miscreant who would
do so, hide his.head in theme ; or, if he would
be tirthrOfthe light and etiAthine, let him go
to the ldieris family and say this house is still
your h e,
your afig w il lnot shrink
in gull haw - frolic the Imniettilis ribis night
shall thy soul be required of thus."
larctuam.--Rev. Robert J. Carson will &liver
a lecture on the subject of '•ltinerancy," in the
Vine Street M. E. church, on Wednesday eve
ning, the 28th, at 74 o'clock, f r the benefit of
the Sibbath.ectiool. Tickets can be had at the
door on the evening of the lecture.
"Tae Ran, Warts aim Bunt "—When. the .
North rushed to anus last Spring, to avenge
the insult to our flag at Fort Sumter, and trte
most intent*, enthusbustu preceded the couler
nity, a perfect emption'offiegs took place all
over the Northern States. Some of these,
signals%Vdth; 7 . ;thiryittelittig
Jodie, were getten up in strict accortleace with
the statutory Aria: R-rkiiiations" ; on the sub
ject, but by far the largest
!Slanders on4iiiieit,4o44....ehui . .7:i . *ake k ta
been recently "floating" with so much effect
through ~pritetcky, ; Tennessee, Missouri Arid
sundry other States of this Union. Constantly
recurring political conventions and fetelor
had 'coirtqted ideas ion this' titigje fe;
a most shocking extent, and nine-tenths of the
striped bunting hdbg Sur inn Saich` , ocoitsions,
bore about as much resemblance to the real
fieg,as a cotton hankerchlef to a genuine silk
bandanna. There was a quantity of red, white
and bine in each, but the, proportionate q•zrm.
tity varied with the taste of the maker in each
instance. Any number of stripes, fromilve to .
to fifteen were introduced ; in some cases the
bine field was rt . mere spot, thrown in , foe ef- '
feet, whit , * in others, die azure predominated
to the almost titter 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 hundredtAf
thousands,diti flags hithoriisands,' biati ihe
in some uteastriiNof 0011Oetillithi'evil: It was
necessary to provide the "three - month's men,"
"three yeaes men" and "Rosie Gtiarde" with
flags that would bear inspeetion,.aud authori.:,
ties were (mated in reeking, th a t the donors
might not balc,cirtifted, by a rejection, of.. their .
gifts. We were led tolsope that-a better taste
pervaded the community, from the fact that
the caricatures, whioirhad been so plentlfnl at
first, wde gradualll disappearing, as o w n
era became coaciooed that:. thity Were not the
"genuine thing." . The *recurrence of the
Twenty-second of February; ;bower et, lead*
to another 'petrlotils (HOW of 91a :taws
Stripes, has convinced tut that they were only..
withdrawn for the time being. Theme catT
adore of tha"flag of the tree" can be seen on=
every ' street'. floating froiseisitry:detiOrlOtipir - rot .
tenement. Why not,,lugei j out i si'llitcmads .
acioordineawit4 the rpgulattons, whea :it will
cost no more than:a miserable apolegy for eilei
&Ann.= or ltairr.—tr Dare is no funeral
so sad to follow as the funeral of our youth,
which we have been pampering with food de
sires, ambitions hope, and all the bright ber
ries that hang in poisonous clusters over the
path of life." The importanceof contracting
correct habits will apply in every &talon of our
lives; l ; for instince it is a duty society demands
us to dress genteel, but we are not requifial
to throw our maim_ nay, ift worthiesssood s i .
hence} hilhipoiltant"tefutchatk Where. ma
Can get good goods fqr the lees; money.f., Thst
plies is Uaicn & Bo t enmeti, 'corner Front and.
Market streets. .
Two HUNDRED PLUMB of beautiful nenrspring I
calicos; a large lot of bleachid and unbleachsci
muslin . of She tiegfinakei '; blue - check 44
12} °elite . psr yatd;=white Itockftlgs; at 12i:
cents; another lot of theite. goat 'white= rib.
bed 'stockings; bake pocket -liandkeichiek
at 121 oentss children't pocket handkerchiefs;
with lborder,. 5 -cents - ; -shirt breasts - 121,
15 and up to 87} cents; 25 pieces new pant
stuff undershirts and drawerevery cheap ;
cotton and woolen socks, at all prices ;
40 aeon woolen stockings, for children, 121
1 dents;; 1 yard bleached muslin 14 cents ;
all wool French MOIIIIOII, alLcolors, at 62 and
76. cent& Having bought' the balance of the
stock of a city wholesale hence of plain and
figured Swiss mans, brillants, white cam
brice, Kausuck and Victoria lawns, suitable for
drawee, as those goods will be very: seance Ira
dear ,dent summer now is the time,to buy. JOut
stock of Furs at cost. ,Ixwv
:.Tae LATIST Naws:—Bargains I 'Selling 'off
the entire stock of 'winter goods 'beta** Chit,
via : '.Woolen, merino, cotton erid'dittad**llia
nal, under shills and drawers, 40,and lifiscirt/s;
woolen mufflers, woolen and cotton" 4;11olia,,
104 and upwards ; silk ties, 18 and - p
iniperlders, 12 ; also floe shirts, $r soon /6,.
actually worth $1 50@1 76 ; collars, all tinA;
124, and night shirts, 50 ; also a Jugs! lot 'of
,monk e ty jackets, all wool, froM 75: $1",00, ;
also large lot of Union shirt breasts;
flue bleach muslin, 14 yard wide; ,16c r : Wen
blase* muslin,6c.,and fine Irish lineri,l42oc.
per yavd ; Brooks, Clarks and Coldi ;iinambled
spool cotton, 4c. Ladies and gentlemen Ode is
the place to get a bargain. Please Callan.) . ex
amine.for yourselves, as one call will suffice tb
convince the public of the above Ifibta: 'Also,
on baud a large lot,of-ladiercollars,lotiffe, un
dersleeves, which I will sell eqnally, cheap, for
cult. ' N. B.—Shirts, collars, im., made to
measure or from sample, on the shortest notice
and Most reesoaable, terms. , :It you leant a
bargain and a'good tiding shirt, &0., just to go
James A. Lynn, at the Ilantiihtft`cheap Shirt
Idanufautory:'No. 12 - Diailiet street, tOODit Ildt
to Hummer& Slilltigtkir gi
, "fiC±ilir: atcke,ltiirilit:
burg; Pa. - • •' • ' '''' ' feblo.
A CARD TO TOR LATIUM
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES
"Readthe fbilowing cerlificate" ,froza.one of the ere t
Wiles to Utica, N. Y., who called upon my agents in that
city (Br. Wm. Bristol & MO and told them that she, of
coarse, did not wish her name made public. but if any
one shoidd doubt the wonderful efficiency of Dn. Durex
oo'a Golden Pills, they might refer any Lady to her, as
she omii i i iered it a clew se well as pleseure, to her
knowledge ,oflllie# defy
RES Idn4Alva kw'
asuAttier, l / 4 ,7otigSad 1T years , old: fast - lo c
tog into bons umptlon—bad taken oold...nyttire b ecumor
obstructed. Two boxes of these Golden Pine entire
ly cured her, and sne is now ila 'robust
"We were particolsz In boxplit
asphalt directions accomptdying eaolCboi. - "Moe 31.
Bold wholesale and retail by G. A aillto4,lll, No.
Jones Row, find .0. K. Num, 91 Naiketatteen, Barrie
berg' By senffinsell i f ET $1 00 thronght he
ELaraisbip Peet Onipenhp wilV sent confidentially
by mal t any pattlorthe %no postage. ,,
8.- - Look out for cotinterfOltes Buy no Gulden Pills
of any Oa aeon the bear la' ;dried B . rD. uoiro: An ,
cams e•.:l3eintiAmpreithintiffilit made; -theiretbre,
you yanks your lbw and DOA; ( urearumhing ;
lag humbugged out of your 'money,) 'buy only of those
who show thrixeXture of F 3. D. Bowe on every box,
winch has WOO added OM OCOOMMII of the Plib
!,allitFoOro4,l4ooo. The Afrelge aEL LlMPP e l e ll, the ,
abotkPills are wide nunten ,te eywy +neat. end
are side, Aild'uttltperforlinall dinned' fathom. — •
Bold shat:toy;T:L. Lumburger, &Chinon r A: J. Knife
man, Keptiauicsburg Narks, Lewistown ; Elliott
-111. c Atai :Ll• litieS t Alopena,
18111 q * 'Mgr leek
WOW; s: ignir;
R. P. Bunter, Bead*, anti ;. , tentsidnr ' uteri
townies& wiltsgs des allied Mates. and k ait
11. D. DOD%
ktoki Draft/Mar, Now York.
Monting., lebruarg 26, J 862
TELEGRAPH OUT OF TOWN.
LIST -OF 111p6IELIR 9:IPI4TS.
The DAILY MORNING AND ;EVENING
TELEGRAPH is sent ever'' , morning and after
noon, by the earliest trains , that leave the city
after its publioatigm rr? to thefiglowing
ALTOONA--Tbeo. B. Patton.
AbINVILLE—G. W. Hooverter.
DARLISLE---42hunge M. Bretz.
COLUMBIA H: H. Fry.
ELIZABETHTOWN—John W. Few.
GREENCASTLE—M. D. Deitrich.
HIGHSPIRE—F. 0. Allenum.
HITIBMELSTOWN—George N. Schulte.
HAGEBSTOWN-0. Bwingley. •
LEBANON—H. H. Roedel.
. LOCK HAVEN—J. D. Stratton.
LEWISTOWN = j. M. Cogley.
MIDDLETOWN—George Lonhart. °
MECHANIGSB . Eminger.
MECHANICSBURG --Milani Tate.
MDII.NT JOY,Janee Dysart.
MILLERSBIIII42I-11. -G: fitsoves.
881PEEN SB 13 / 1 4 . 8 t. Hinkle.
HAIR DYE') 1 1
Wm. Balt fte 1 ; -
The Only . Has:miens and Reliable TWKnOwn
AR Mho& are Mere intitations,ritait shOstiii be sedge&
Ryon *lad, to wade ridicule. ' '
• ORIT, RED OR •RORY- HAIR dyed instan to a
beatdiEd and natural Broom of. Blaea,:wlthout:the tly
inpryi to Hair or Ruin.- - •
FIFTERS•II , DALS AND dIIPLOYAS baron, bite israf
dad to Wt. A. Balonatea shy* 18 9: aid Over 200,004
appOostiorthave hem made to the hair of the patrons
of bis famous Dye..
Via l A. BATCHELOR'S RAE DYE produces a ;dolor
net , ha be distinguished fro& nature and hrwasamen
not to !Injure In.the least; however bing it may be Wahl
aed, and the 111 abate oC bed firea'remedted: The hair
iiinvlgondedlbrbre by this splendid , Dye; iihkb 1 key.
arly applied. at No. 15 - doaa Eltred New York:
le all the anew and towns' Of the Milted States, by
Dtogelina and Fancy goods Dealers
, Abe Domino has tbe , natne "William A. Batchelor,"
ut,liddreet upon a Neel plate engraving on the Env
Wei of each box. •
WtioWale Faetery, ill Barclay St.,
late 238 Brew Way, New-York.
i srW lhertioments.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Ob.rner of "Front and Market Streets.
(V. Hummers old stand,)
t+vlt determined to place their entire
GROFERINS, PROVISIONS, FRUITS,
e 3 ego
at prices to suit the present hard times, add re
sPecOully can: the attention of the citisena of
alta;' ,.. rfurg and.vidnitylo their extensive stook
a, consisting of
4 TEAS, COFFEE,' 7
CE = A i li tif;
Welikave also gone to considerable trouble In
getting the sale of several brands of
All of which werwarrant tolte
NON*ZPIAMOVM; Tama/atm AND
F/ 01 , 8 !ppm pox.
far practicable. Among others, we have
!NATRONA, MAGNOLIA, LUCIFER,
All of, which we will sell wholesale or retail,
stud loins Arum any, ether hourein Harrisbuip.
• 'Also all kinds of
0111 1 , IFLINT AND GREEN GLASS-WARE
•Veklso invite attention to our well selected
and exterilie assortment of
• QUEENI3WAHE. '
041 at . NIOHOI,B &BOWMAN,
1 corner of Front and Market streets.
BILL ABD AND BOWLING ALOON,
NO. 19 MARKET STREET, NEAP.. new.
THE subscribers having erected a hag e
bulddingiat the above plane, expressly for the per,. 0-
matter; indicated, beg to call the attention of the pub
pc of th e following :
RIetAIMANT, 0111218 drat door, with a dining room
attrobed,ls ilttedop to Ant-elan style, and It whate/1
times to suppled with the best OrdrilitS to be had in
the '..dtlintio tides, together with terrapin, dab, and all
glade o game in season. Oysters served ap In every
' style, aid meals; to be bed at all hoop. The ales of all
the - celebrated breweries; id . thaboaretriaconstethey'on
sad ocapalos tam alien 91 pspdarttColiStruCtigic where
thelovere of this healthydeans& thitorielves.
The Billiard Saloon is %HAW' —*dandy Sited np,
and ooniathethreenserbTolop ithathinatten onahken
We, mewl 10, any made. • • . • .
Barri/bort bealong felt the want of a , grand
IMP of, this kind, and as the proprietors are determine d
to conduct ikina quiet andorderty manner, and dwelt*.
thintrin their power to make it a•fassionabla resort,
they hot* to metres liberal share of public patronage:
jall-dtt , wmuuto. *Gramm & 00,
SO 'Odititte of the
• 1., • .
Up lemDedig.tlin city lid Vrarriathars and en _Me
Nett Market , end Walont, naaptegadtk Wer ma Ida
friends d iturpitbila gtuderar, &hid beds prepared to
perform a toseiuoia...ru - line Dental profession, either
? anginal or, MOnninield, Ina manner that shall noa be
'mode hisortuur eiradnial teeth a pon the latent re
preyed iinientide principles. . • 1-r • •
Teeth,iirom one to a fall net, mounted en fine Gold,
rer, I latlaa plow or #63 Valoonit4•Bkoe.
ts i gice itrent. pleasure urrenotontendllig the•itoovelen
ileum° tpaB sup forum patients atliarrleberg and PI
Unity, aild feet obaiitieut that he will parlbrm all opera
tions in Ai solantlllo moaner, tram say•ttarliallge hie.
ability. :9:6ORRAII. D.. 13.
*MIER. NEW STOCK I
Portable Writing Desks,
arulk general anortment if& ' ` 1 " '
OW - at
' BERGNSP:I3 01334 P BOONSTOBIL
A vsilnable Two Story double frame
ovidnuli:ool44l,,eun Lot Of ground, sinownd an the
corner oflifortbitreet mu:idlest &venue, 30 fasten-North
street and 110 feet deep Oro '.4ewbent attendee, two 'W
hir, and eleven rooms, abo rimer failing spring of wa
ter. The buildings well ea belated for • store or note/.
' Thrum reasonable. Require of Ball, •
lan4 My Auctioneer.
RtSH Oranges, Lemons, Co-
ate., Just received sad rot sale by
mamma fr. BOWN&N,
Corner Drool and Market. striate.
COAL OIL. lower thin any Howie in
HarOsbarg, for nye by
NICHOLS a BOWMAN,
febleop Oernetiroettexut Market .
altßlbL rata at Hi
wit Orem? and Pr M:a Ilion hoot sad Nub* ds.
A ILL ATTIRED in ancient costumes, will
gw.,4irwi or their Grind Old Fashioned Om:Arts at
On the evening of Thursday, Friday
FEBRUARY 27th and 28th and MARCIR bst
The Old Folks will be assisted by Wm MIKA J. NIOI2I.
MS, th • young Anterlean-TothrStrese, Mrs. GOMM
IfiIiPPARD, the amieMpllabed Vocalist,. and Mr. J. P.
GULICK, the Famous Bono.
GRANNY SLOCUM, AUNT ItACSAKI. mid 00IIi7*
ItEINIEN, will also be primates& ircening and "JUN
TICKED; 25 cents. CHILDREN 16 cents,
Jar DOC!. open at 7 o'clock, to commence at 78(
. MeTttilig will be given SATURDAY APTIRNOON
at 8 O'clock, for the socommodetloix of Lades and Ckll
sir ADlnggiON for CHILDREN to K&TINI lt seats,
TWO GRAND 00111MITEL
Papile of the Pennsylvania .Tnstitation
for , the EM IL
AT BRANT'S HALL.
On tTueslay msd Wednesday Evening&
February 25th and 26th.
in Chem o(he Principal Conductor. CARL Se it'
A iYao orchestra and chorus will be prose*. TOO, AP
Intratua weed - to insttnct the pupil will be ottukll,ll,
ANIMION 26 owtiO.:
To lorot In defiVioB exPonees only. To coW j(
before 8 o'clock. 1°1411411
SANFORD'S NEW OPERA HOBE
TIMED STREET BELOW MARKET.
Orchestra Chairs, -- -
Seats Ili Iktaa,'
Doors open %o'clock ; Commence at74o'clook .
le -engagement of the Celebrated CastAstrice„
Mrs, ANNA BORDIWELL,
Mr. W.- BORDVMAL,
Ethiopean Comedians, wimi Will appear in their
Ethiopean Drawing Room Soirees, original with
Mr. and Km Bordwell. -
First Night of the Roaring Scene, idtifledge
NEW YEAR'S GALLS.
COs can ibo seotteittiln advance during the Opera.
Box;Once open from le to is A. Y.
LE, -PORTILE - AND VMS
, . , , ) 1 . ,
pTOTIOIN is ,hereby givezl:to ' niA
Of Elartleburg, Wit the audeisi aniborised
r..n.iltapr to receive orgerii for .of ensuente
tares. The oolieetiwg will be , e t ..
signed:, win organ lettewebover wili- - see
111°104 to. - • . - >A I PI6 I
A FINE large - Stoke Room on Market
li Bqthigd, oat:aidedat prevent am a &agar and tobacoo
A.lso a Ana,Aew,,countar 4 for ardor. Zaquiled
stora. [t4b2l.dilte] W I'I9TKOFI.
GOOD, I. GOOD NEVIS! !
34QPIECESisleisohed Unalib at 7 ate.
per yard. p bras, yard wide Nunn, at 12g obi par .yard.
80, plixis good quality Coco, at 7 tea. per yard.
200 vacua beet Styles (Nam, at tax eta. per yard.
60 pleOs bast Liao at 25, 31., 40 an,140 ow. per y ard.
60 places barred Meek., at 10 do. per. yard. .
Also a large stook of Carpets, Caney and black
Shawls at greatly reelnoedprioes..l3l exasolotog our large
atiele'ot goods, you will find great Bargains.
a. mute L.: Co.,
feb2l.4ller No. 4, Market. Square. Harrisburg, Pa.
LiRb.S a Oranges, Lentong , , Crooos, .14 mtur
Raisins, °unruly', Be.. ha, for sale low at ,
Corner Prost, aid Diaraetatratta.
COAL OIL, Natrona, Magnolia, Lnoifer
sod other non expleilve brands, for sale low by
NICHOLS* BOWMAN ,
feb2 , Corner Fro:Wand - Mar: °retreats.
§Y.H.IIP, Lovering's and btewart's, for
salt by - NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
eb COMOP front and Market street.
UII.I,A.RS Crushed, Pulverized and Ra
fted, fo! gigf by NIOEIOII3 S BOWMAN , ,
eb21.1 'COrner"Prozik and 421.arkeiiikreste.
-lIRMEI BUTTER and LUGS constantly
on Rand and for sale by
MIMS & BOWMAN,
9 • oorner,Front. and Market streets
CRANBERRIES Dried Fruits Fresh
Apple, HODIOI4, at
N1C.1101.4 & BOWMANII,
corner, Front and Rarket stream.
BLINDS 11;BLINDS 11 1;;
ttiEW VENITION;_BLINDS=madoIo -or
der ICAO Wen U. MIM of $2, $ 2 50 end . ilL New
ds folds 'Out of old odes w. equal 101 l pekes ' fbt
sweaty five *eau a pleoe and - apwardi. - 0 all and um at
my shop, in **end street, below Chesnut. •
AMS-lm • A. hi 1311-I.RP.
}WILDING, SOHODL FOB BOYS.
"VAZARETEI, Northampton oonitty, Pa.
AN..issy of:secs"! from , SarrtaDnrg by isileciati to
lasts, and titmice seven miles by Alga.
Rev. =WARD H. ItHIOWIL ,
Man+ . Principal ,
,OUR eect~ly repl6niithe4 stook of Toitist'
and Fancy Geode Is unadrpentwd this city, and
feeling cbnedent of rendering eatintscilort, we would ree
peCtittlly invite a on% KILLER;
91 *Om street, two doors ant of Fourth street, nontb
CRUSHED, -broken loaf, fine
pulverized and other swam fir soh by '
• NIVIIOLS 3 BOWMAN, -'
Omtor Front and Irarket streets.
TOOTIcr , NAIL; JEOTH,
A WHIR bad ENFANT BRUSHEStiI greet varietY
16.LRIt n 3 DREW A..Nn, wA4.14
; . WANTED.- -
r• PURCHASE abont or three''-044
ters,oran acre ground b.;waen Ridge itiad and
canal, Efeb2o.lol - JOHN ONNSLASEE.
CCJTOBACCO =We have• a large .
stook di good Virginia Chewing Tobadeo, which we
are oomoj off at low raus. EBY A
HAAS AND , .BHOULDERE3.—Twenty
°nest Sugar Cared Hams ; soaa.ke of Com
mon tialtadtoulder, for sabot city prices by
feb2o-40 EBY & KUNKEL.
NIVITita BELL at omit my °mire atock of
mminery sat fancy goods. pall and examine
for govulieavea, Shell's Row, Third street below glarkety
febleAlw B. a... 1114112.
CRUMB BRUSHES, Door Mato, Bomb.
bing and Bleatening Brushes, tbr tubby
xicatiabeS as B,awsts 4 ,
-,_ 44 • ' , AMILINIM. ..-,: '3•• Ad , , ,„,
P O flff3-1 , I ' Oatih l plid 'for Oats
---... . JAM* M. WHIBLIIII.
93 .Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.,
I►TEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the bait
11 makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU
MENTS, FROM $46 to $lOO.
Qattara, Violins, Accordions, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and must
, adrnerotouulise in general.
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS always ye
hand. *WIC sent by mail to any part ot, tin
OVAL, SQOARE, GILT AND ROSEWOOD
8 ° 1461 ° for Slasalos: ougloilitiaili of
AIM alififitrairat of best plated
'irrxC GLASSE S
illolisinilbst, to largest shoes.
- • Any style of frame made to order at the
.-- - , - STEAM %MI:I,Y.
k .. . . . _
INc. AND SAIWARKIN G PALL
L•aollitan in QUERETOWN, (Ireland.) Ifoo Lleer
44ew York awl PlltUidelphts. stennehlp oentgany
4 4tapatoldas their OM powered Otyde•bellt Iron
ateionishiim as *Mows
GARON_Saterday, March let; RUA, Onscriay
114.. j 1Stn .; OLYY OP NSW YORK, Eatarday, liarvhl6o4
Orri Inannedlng llannday, at Nom, Dom Plar 44
Mtn CARIB .11T6 00i IitgEBAGE.... —.
do ;to linuion..„, 00 00 I do to London ..Sillt OS
do ,to Perla. 086 00 do to Paris , IX MI
do •fo Hiinborg_llBs Oo I do in Hamburg lab 011
Faisousers Abe forwarded to Havre. Bremen, itetner
.dam„lnntwerp, kn., at ovally low rates.
414-Persass.wieifing to brag rut their friends am boy
ttekets her id the Mowing rates, to New York: From
Livetyool or Queenstown; Ist Cabin, $76, MN and $lO6 .
Meerdlle from Liverpool $4O 00 from Queaestow n,
Those Steamers have superior sooommedattems to
passenpre, and curry experienced Burgeons. They are
blillt In Water-tight Iron &Woos, and have Palest Fir*
Annihilators on board.
An further tntbrmatlon apply to Liverpool to WiLLIAII
/N/itt, Agent, 22 Wain street' In Glasgow to W.
INMAJr, 8 dt. Enoob Spare ; in Queenstown to C. & IL
4D. 841110132 & CO. ln London to liiVn.3 06 int:7, A
King ifilliam St. ;i n Paris to AMOS DEOOIII, li rime
do lultourso ; in Pldladelehis to JOHN N. DALE, 11/
Wail street ; or at the efusupany's oaken.
ago. G. DALE, Aims,
• ; 1 16 .
. Broadway, New 110,11.
Or 0 0 Zimmerman. Agent, lierrlsOul.
• Preltabitillits, FOR mtritors.—By order at the
lof Mate, ill vassengera loving the United
ale squired to procure Pamporta beibre going on
I Paesemtps will not be ettidoetod to any trouble or Oa
haithilOnOrog them. it they mill tor instructions at the
Company's Gtkna,,l6 Broadway, New York.
lattBl.ti JOHil G. DALP', keel!.
NEW4IIII,T,A.RY PURI LOSTIONB.
et , C. gen shot wounds, 76
- ' at.in; Blinn de. Jam
, ini, With appendices, maps mrd
eagravinp $1 60
Infantry Tactics, by Brigadier-General
Silas Casey, If. S. A 2 60
Practical Treatise on Strengthening and
Defending Out Posts, Villages,
Bridges, &0.,1n reference to the
Duties of Of ficers of Picquets by
Col. Jebb. Royal, (English)
neers 4 75
Coppee's Field Manual for Battalion
Coppee's Field Manual of Evolutions of
the Line 60
With all the standard, military publications
at BERGNER'S Cheap Book Store.
A MANGE STORY, by Buiwer, Mutt
biL. trated, price • 26
Muth $1 00
The Warden, by Trollope, (Pocket H
. • brary,) 26
Castle Wafer, by the author of "East
Lyon." ... 60
Treasure Trove, by Sam. Lciver, now
• edition—. , 60
Tom Crosbie and his friends, by Lover.. 60
The Broken Engagement, by Mrs. South
' worth 26
With all the new books as soon as published
at ' BERGNER'S Cheap Book Store.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS.
BT FEN& in the world, for 750, $1 25
20, 32, 113, and 14, for sale at
abbls y SCHIFFER'S Ho*store.
"THE ILIGHTIER THAN THE
THE LARGEST STOCK.
MTh MOST BEAUDFUL BTYIAN AND PATTRIIN
Gold and 811Trar Pencil and Pen
In the market, is to -be found at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKBTORE.
IDUCK•WHEAT MEAL and COEN MEAL
13 Nat received an or sale low at
NICHOLS k BOWMAN,
la , corner Front and Warket streets.
MACHINERY OIL.--We Bell the only
*liable Natural Lubriatitnig ON, (trammed tree
from Una and add,) and equal to Sperm or lard In the
market.' Refer to hosts of raiheadmen, machinist mann
&dm* and others Who are using It.
Agent ibr Lubria Oil Company, Hardware store op
. • positetbe Chart House.
0141ERS CAMP COMPANION. - A
000rmloot Wetting Dot also, Portfolios,
lfsmony.divallooks, rortmosomes, Mc, at
JAM SCIINTICR'S BOOKS;TIiti,
CANDLEd; Country soap, Fancy Soaps
0 111,1 °" , f " 881° N b iarms k BOWMAN.
Corner Front and Market streaa&
O.; 1 MACKEELA_L in Kitts, half bar
and barrels, at tho Mew Grocery and Provi
tdoa store, Froat.p4 Market Meets.
NICHOLS t BOWMAN
ocHOICE Teas, Green and Black, for sale
101 l by NICHOLeh & BOWMAN,
b./1 " Corner Fret:tend' Market streets.
A LOT of prime Cheese just received and
Aos..forsile by NICHOLAS & BOWMAN,
fabU , Oorw Wonting Market streets.
IPONPAR , , , Mot and Cape for sale by
I • =holm is BOWILLN,
0 8111 er nog mml. Market streets
/L./Ammar, Apples, Cranberries,
for MAI by baOlioLs a sowmax,
i 0) 210 iz•
98 Market street.