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1; B 1,6 BURG, PA
slturl iay Afternoon, March 1, 1862.
VI 1111 ee patienta at Herr's Hotel,
votidny at o'click, when he goes to
. o i e r, where he will practice at the City
1 :;:•1 till the 18th of March,
, L G PROLNTATION.—The ceremony of pre
-I.s,,ueof the State flags to Co)., Schlaudeck
11111,, Pr anis regiment, took place
the State arsenal at 11 o'clock this
and wet witnessed by a large con
- (itivne. The 111th was mostly re
;o Erfr and Crawford counties, and is
f the lineat looking regiments that have
pi the I•eTViell.
0::,0 —We see by this evening's Etyma
that our friend, Mr. Kennedy, sit
„ w k., of the Legislature from Perry
, r tll. , Feeeeded from batchelorhood, and
Fe illonvnt in the blessed State of Mat.,
s Tile oath pt allegiance has been
a ,„l be and his amiable bride have de
,. in favor of union now and forever. May
happiness and prosperity ever attend
Seneca G. Simmons, of the'
'curl .; Ivania regiment, and Mr. William
;.rret, Iltlvr of the same regiment, arrived
‘eAerday morning, direct from Gen.
.IM:ilea on the Potomac. Col. Sim
retinae,' home on furlough to recruit
which has been seriously impaired.
net gives a glowing picture of the state
along the Potomac, and represents
tr.m this neighborhood as being in
„ ri t s 2 htiug trim, and anxious for a pop
t! r rano'.
eta, An.Ur.—Burglars are beginning to
in our city again. Last week, as already
klifa RAM, they robbed Hoover's
61) in South street. On last Tuesday
, trey temted the confectionary shop of
WI in Third street, and helped ttiem
- t a large quantity of oranges. On
olnu night they made a demonstration
;LudeerruAn's broker's office, in Market
idki to effect an entrance. On the
Si milt. Thursday, they broke into the roe
,runt of k. "'Ayer, from which they succeeded
571' yin oft A quantity of butter, knives and
10, RUIN and other articles.
:'nip nits TO AMEND MS Fn kw —A bill
ha, teen read in the Legislature amending the
Lill et IS 21 I! enacts that the second sec
tion of WI act dial' be so construed, that in
kretof,ne or hereafter commenced
1111 i, In any court of record in this Qom-
tits.alth, the legal and equitable plaintiff Or
piliatifit in raid &Non or SIAM, shall be
habletotheattorneyinstituting the same for
the coo ar.d fres allowed by laid act, in like
not nor as Lewitt:its are liable in cases where
I,l,nent hi been recovered, and the same
be !mowed as debts of like amount are
ea ECCE.NT SHOOTING AITAIR—Lieta. Konig-
kucwi o% Bail. —Lieut. Samuel C. on.
•-• Jet of the Fifty-sixth Psnneylvania
cLergrd with shooting the soldier, Van
b-rg, in Raspberry alley, in this city,
:,;ettlay night, was brought before Judge
- lest Thursday evening, on a writ of
./ xrpir, and, after a hearing of the case,
rinul to bail—S. O. Slaymaker, Fag., of
titer, Col. S. D. Meredith, and the defen•
.. ach binding themselves in the sum of
kindred dollars, for the defendant's
lace to answer. Van Valtenberg, the
unu, still remains at Hen's Hotel,
:hough sill very feeble, hill attending
pronounce him out of danger. ,
NE‘v cutter BOUM—The County Commis
_ttwittors.--The difficulties existing
-a the Audi tors and Commissioners of this
hare at length culminated in legal pro-
The :I Auditors last week required
:Atti.tioners to appear before them with
• ' end to answer all Interrogotaries
itht iK put to them. The Commission
:, • .tvIllt ! that the board of Auditors were
rofutted to comply with the
'the Auditors then gave the Commis
understand that they would exercise
wet vt stet! in them by law to compel
,IteL,lauco. The Commissioners, in order
that, filed a petition asking the
r a 'file upon the Auditors to oho*
1/4 gut) 'warrant° should not issue
'Let:,. The rule was granted, and the
tired for next Monday, March
the illenntimo, the Auditors conceiving
;rattin g of that rule was not a super
.," Niu,da attachment, and have now the
f itte Commissioners in the custody of
Thus the mutter rests for the
' lANI To SCUOOL StPIIIIINTINDINTII..-.4 bill
o altr, dueed iu the Legislature having
ihe examination of our county
' ti perintendents, with a view of Neer
their c tpabilitiea to disoharge the du
. t!ir po.ition to which they aspire. It
t, the Judges of the District Court,
with the President Judge of the Court
Pleas in all counties except Phila.
ntal the President Judge of the judie-
Tiet. tugether with the Associate Judges
shall appoint before June a
zee of three teachers, the beat they can
'hall examine all persons voted for
btlice at the Triennial Convention pf
, awl the General Superintendent
;tntlB,ion the person found duly qnali
"his the most votes. the examina
-1-„'''4ll 13 !' practical and theoretical, and
tre per cent , of the questions must beu•
d• The Committees shall bold
*el' years, but the members may -be
by the General Superintendent of
° proof of unttness being given*l4ll;
„ tiu °zetakhan have a right to confer tibial
1,40 of 4 County Snotintendent,
Mice"l 4 bare right to app*Ape CoMDlitr
TER Rt. Rev. W. B. Mavens, D. D., Assistant
Bishop of the Dloceae of Pennsylvania, will
officiate in St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in
this city to-morrow morning and evening. The
rite of confirmation will be administered in the
Norton.-71n the absence of the pastor, Rev.
D. Chins, the Rev. John W. Nevin, D. D., of
Lancaster city, will preach In the German Re
formed church next Sunday, ilarch the 21,
both morning and evening. All who may have
a disposition to hear this distinguished phi- .
losopher and divine are cordially invited to
Cntmon Daroosmorr—Rev. Charles Cook, D.
D., of Philadelphia, will preach in the Locust
street Methodist Episoopal Church at 10} o'clock
s. n., tomorrow, and Rev. J. H. Torrence at 7
o'clock P. a. The form of dedication will be
held in the new Methodist Episcopal Church on
Ridge avenue at three o'clock P. x. All the
ministers and the friends are invited to attend.
Preaching in the new church in the evening at
ARREST OP DZEIBERTiaII.—AO order from Capt.
Dodge, euPerinteeiieni of the recrnitirurservice
in this State, makes it the duty of recruiting
officers to arrest deserters and send them to him
at Harrisburg, with the evidence of their deser
tion, when they will be transmitted to their
respective regiments. Advertising rewards for
the apprehension of deserters, a practice rather
common of late, is prohibited.
` A itasssimeam Bassi( or sma Wnin.--Darne
Nature is often fantastic in her conduct, and
she often startles us by the superior skill she
displays when she attempts to imitate human
workmanship. A remarkable affair of this kind
was exhibited in our city to-day by Maj. David
Mumma, in the shape of a piece of a flag which
his son had in his patriotism erected over his
father's country residence upon the 22d of Feb
ruary, in honor of Washington's birthday and
our recent victories. By the peculiar force of
the wind the flag was torn into shreds, and
platted firmly together in a regular four ply
plat, as evenly and regularly as if done by the
hand of some skillful workman ; and as if to
make an omen of good for oar country, after
the stars and stripes were firmly platted, a most
curiously wrought knot was fastened at the end
to prevent them, as it were, from ever becom
ing sepairated again.
sera—Big Thing on los.— To the great
delight of skaters, 3. Freet, Esq. ,
,paid us an
other visit last night, and the ice this morn
ing on Dowding's Pond was in grand condition.
Notwithstanding the disagreeable weather,'
a large number of ladles and gentlemen were
present, engaging in the invigorating and
healthful exercise, which has lately become so
popular. Old Boreas was unusually rude and
churlish, whisking about the draperiee of the
fair damsels who braved his-wrath, and pinch
ing the cheeks and noses of their cavaliers,
but tip only effect seemed to be to make the
beaux and belles draw nearer together and
make them skate the faster. To go down the
Pond before the wind was all very pleasant, but
skating back again was not so easy. All fancy
skating wee out of the question. We saw one
gentleman, indeed, executing several fanciful
movements, but as we observed him shortly
afterwards sitting down upon the ice, we con
cluded that his exertions had been rather too
much for him. Still, in spite of the cold, the
scene was extremely enlivening and cheerful,
Here would go some young couple in full sail,
tacking across the Pond to avoid the full dame
of the wind. There comes a gallant, backing
up right in the teeth of the breese with a
fair craft in tow, in all the glories,of ermine
skating-hood and crimson balmoral. The la
' dies, indeed, seemed to pride themselves upon
their hardihood in resisting the wind and the
storm, and certainly they deserve all credit for
their courage. If they only took proper pre
cautions against being chilled after bectiming
overheated by their exertions, they will proba
bly experience no ill effects from their expo
sure, although we doubt not that many old
ladies sagely shook their heads today, when
the young people returned from skating, and
prophesied all sorts of evils in the future.
ilumniy.—The meanest man on earth is the
slanderer. He who, taking ambush. behind
the convenient phrase "they say," endeavors ,
to destroy the reputation of an , enemy Is a
wretch beneath contempt. The foot-pad who
stops the traveller with his "stand and deliv
er" is worthy of respeot, compared with the
cowardly knave who stabs his foe in the dark,
as Ingo did Michael Canto. His deedie Coura
geous, if it is wicked, and he has at lewd the
merit of making no false pretence'. But the
tattlers form another class, which is not al
,together confined to those old ladies who
delight to gossip over their tea, and before
whose remorseless tongues reputations melt
away like the sugar in the boiling Bohea.--
Idle, chattering, emlity-headed creatures, who
delight, parrot-like, to repeat the last new
story, but more particularly if it is to the
disadvantage of those whom they call their
friends, are to be found in every circle of so
ciety and of both sexes. They repeat only
.what they have heard. "So-and-so told me,
I cannot vouch for the truth of it, very likely
it is not so. I wouldn't on any account have
the story come from me." And so these ill
omened magpies go hopping about, prating of
that of which they knew nothing, and sowing
the seeds of misery for many an honest man
or innocent girl, when in their presence, their
words will be sweeter than honey. It is a
very good rule, but one which Is often disre
garded, to say nothing behind a man's back
which you would not say before his face. It is
the golden rule applied to the use of the
tongue, and that member being proverbially
unruly, perhaps it is no wonder that slander Is
so rife. The best man has some flaws in'his
character. The beet man occasionally iloto
things of which he is afterwards ashamed. '"...Tt
is, to .Ikey the leak , charitable to pan tht m
nyik,lh.eihOce, 4(10 them be forgotten sin
speedily as may be.
ettegiapii,larch 1, iigt
Tea ezooan CONOBILT of the Continental Old
Folks, at Brant's Hall, last evening, was an
unusually pleasant entertainment. There are
splendid voices among the Old Folks, and they
use them to the best advantage. The voice of
Mrs. Nichols is unsurpassed for sweetness, afid
she alone would be sufficient to "draw a house."
Mrs. Sheppard is also a very sapeTior vocalist
The basso of Mr. Gulick is powerful, and there
is an alto voice in the party that is remarkable
for strenth and melody. The whole troupe ap
pear in ancient costumes, Mrs Nichols wearing
the identieal dress worn by Queen Elizabeth the
first time she appeared before Pailiamenc In
1699. The Old Folks will give another concert
this (Saturday) evening, and we advise every
person fond of good music to be on hand.
To rna Puma o. --The Condi !ion of onr country
a few months since, and the fear of a protracted
war, was the inducement with sorts of `otit
manufacturers to advance the price of cotton
goods, outside specniation.also contributed to
an additional advance, from the fact of holding
large quantities of goods out of the market.
The recent victories of the federal army, and
the probability of a ,speedy settlement of our
difficulties, has thrown those goods upon the
market, hence a small abatement in prices ; it
would .be folly, however to expect much
change until an uninterrupted supply of cotton
finds its way to the northern states. We will,
however, sell the folkiwing makes of calico at.
twelve and a half cents per yard : Pacific, Eng
lish, Sprague, Cocheco, American, Hamilton
and Gloscester and all other goods, at the same
reduction. Yours respectfully,
- Came &RAMA.
Two RMIDILID Prams of beautiful ne4 spring
calicos; a large lot of bleached and unbleached
muslin of the best make; blue checlut, - at
12} cents per yard ; white stockings; at 12i
cents ; another lot of those good white rib
bed-stockings ; ladies' pocket handkerchiefs,
at 12} cents; children's pocket handkerchiefs,
with - border, 6 cents ; shirt breasts 124,
15 and up to 87i cents; 25 pieces new pant
stuff ; undershirts and dmwersvery cheap ;
cotton and , woolen socks, at ill prices ;
40 dosed woolen stockings, for children, 14
cents; yard bleached muslin 12i Cents;
all wool French merinos, all colors, at 62 and
75 cents. Having bought the balance of the
stock of a city wholesale Muse of plain rind
figured Swim muslim, brillante, white aim
brics, Ransack' and Victoria lawns, suitable for
dresses, as those goods will be very scarce( and
dear next summer ndwis the time to buy. Our
stock of Furs at cost. S. lawn,
Rhoads' Old Stand.
Tau Ulna Naws.—Bargabs ! Selling off
the entire stock of winter .goods' below cost,
viz : Woolen, merino oottbn and canton flan
nel, under shirts and drawers, 40 and upwards;
woolen mufflers, woolen and cotton Hoee,
104 and upwards ; silk ties, 18 and upwards ;
suspenders, 12; also fine shirts, 51 00(41 26;
actually worth 11 60@il 76 ; collars, all linen,
14, and night shirts, 50 ; also a lame lot of
monkey jackets, all wool, from 76c®5140 ; I
also a large lot of Union shirt breasts, fic.;
flue bleach muslin 1} yard, wide, :16o.• also
bleached m uslin tine Irishlinen,lB42(ks.
per yard ; Brooks, Clarke and Coal's enambled
spool cotton, 40.. Ladies and gentlemen this is
the place to get a bargain. Please call and ex-,
amine for yourselves, as one call will suffioe to
convince the public of the above tads. Also,
on hand a large lot of ladies' collars, cuffs, un-;
deraleeves, which I will sell equally cheap for,
cash. N. 8.--4311104, collars, &a. made ,
measure or fromsample, on thenhorlesa. no
and most reasonable terms. If you want a
bargain and a good fitting shirt, &0., just to go
James A. Lynn, at the Harrisburg Cheap Shirt
Manufactory, No. 12 Market street, rooms next
to Hummel &ITaillinger's grocery store, Harris
burg,. Pa. • feblo.
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS "FOR FEMALES.
"Read the Rollo wing cartleente"' from one of the firs t
ladies in Utica, N. Y., who called open my agents In that
city (Er. Wm. Bristol & 0o.,) and told them Alia she, of
course, did not wish her name , made public, but if any ,
one should doubt the wearied:id efficiency of Dn. DOrron
001 Golden Pills, they might refer any Indy to her, as
considered It a duty, as well as a pleasure, to her
knowledge of their efficaty, as administered to her
daughter, a young J ady 17 years old. , 4he was fast go
ing into cons umplien—had taken cold—nature became'
obstructed. Two boxes of these Golden Pals =DM
ly cured her, and Jae is now in robust health.—'
"We ware particular in buying the genuine. Pull and
explicit directions aocompanying-nach box. Price St
Sold wholesale and retail by 0. A ilconvarr, No. 2,
Jones Row, und O. I. Ileum, 91 Market street, Barris,
burg, Pa. By sending.elther of them $1 00 throught
Harrisburg Post Office the Pills will be sent cordidimally,
by mail to any part of the country; "free of postage."
N. 11.—Look out for anuttaribits. Ihirno Golden Ms
of any kind unless the box Is signed 8. D. Howe. Ail
others is a base imposition and unsafe; therefore, se'
you value your nine sad health, (to sey.
stottdzig of be,
ugged out of your money,) buy only of thole
the S. P. BOW, on eve lox,
which has recently been added on
aooonot of the Pills
being connteradted. The ingredients composing the,
above Pills are made knoWn to every-Agent, 04. they
are safe, end will perform ail claimed for them.
Bold ales by, T. L Lamberger, Lebanon . ; A. J.:Knuir
man, Electuunkeburg ;M. Marks, Lewistown ; Elliott;
Garbs 8. O. Wild, browviihi ;J. O. AMIE, Sbippens,
burg ; J Spangler, Obambersbuni; &T. -wilier, York ;
J. A. Wolf, Wrightsville ; 8. 8. Stevens,' Reading ; and
R. P. Hunter, Reading, and by "one druggist" hi every
town and village In the United States, and by
611.4 m Sole PrOprietor, New York.
HAIR DYE 1 HAIR . DYE
Wm. A. Batchelor's' Heti
The only Harmless and Reliable IllyeriCritift 1
All others are mere imitations, and , shoal& tki,avoided
If you wish to escape ridineko.
GREY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to
beautiful and natural Brown or Bbiok without the least
Injury to Hair or Skin.
YHTIDIN MEDALS, AND DIPLOMAS have bees nwar.
dad to Wit. A. Ravoarion slime 111 d), and:Otter 206,000
spOestions have beestamde to the hair. of - the patronti
of Ws amoul A at uan t.
Wit. A. B Rill HAUB . DYE produces a ooloi
not to be distinguished Limn nature and wuntenriin
not to injure In the least, however tong it map
ned, and the lit Weals of bed , Dree remedied. , Thri heir
Is invigorated fbr life by this splendid Dye, which *prop.
orlY applied at NO. la Bond Street New York.
told in &lithe tiles and 1,011131 of the United 'States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine-Las the mime a William A. .Batobelor,i!
snd address upon a steel plate engraving, _ on the font
Op of each bor.
• Wholesale Faittoiy, 81 Barclay St.,
Late 238 Broadway, New York.
FOR SEWING MACHINES:
JONAS BROOK & BROI
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL COTTON;
2:10 4 NO YD S. BLAO K 4 CK)LORIID.
TlLllthread beirig Suede particularly fo
ELART4,ir= la si vra g t ne Y en a'ams trw c Z4V,r.
by friction of the needle'. For Middies ruin Brcitike'
Went Ghuce, •
FOR UPPER TEIREA.D,
and Meeks Patent.)kk i bikdr BAC Ticket,:
FOR UNDER THREAD
Sold by respectable dealers throughout tee country.--
I Alets ' ill , "9l , 08
EtE none M
SMITH, Sole /g r t.
W; • se: 116 Veseyetreet, New York.
'THE , PRIVILEGF.E'
WRIT OF HABEAS CORPII - S
TTNDER THE CONS.FrruTiON by Horace
Price 16 iienta. • '
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-inbArginaihient , solmot
sapsl 41kUldia ek
fovea Myles and Flow at raa..
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LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING IN THE HAHEISBERE POST
OPTICS, ELTERDATOIAROH I, 1861.
OFF'CIALLY PUBLISHED IN THE NEWSPAPER HAVING
THE LARGEST. CIRCULATION.
Anderson, N E
Anderson, mah a C
Andrews, F E 2 Mrniek, E 7
Anderson, BE , Maguire, A
A Medlltn, S.
Baker, E A
Baceker, A Miler,L
Baker, S Miller, J ,
Balaley, .E Miller, M B 2
Beaver, H Miller, M A
Birmingham, A Machlea, M
Blower, 0 Mille!, M
Biller, S Miller, M
Birk" L Morrison,
Bistop, E Mott D P
Bowers t fi Myers, M
Boyle, Xosaer, X
Boyd, M. -E Murray, 0 2
Bayd, A L Noecker, E
Brown, S. it Neely, M J
Branyen A 0 Nialey, K
Brdwn, X Norcross, S
Burreigh, M • peek, M A
Bneker, lr L • Peanarn,
Barnes, M Pin, J
Button, M Phillips, 0
Calnerers _ ::Patterson, MA
Chimney, 0 • -• • .P4ndergrast, M
Carpenter, Q Potts A
Cash, J ffi T
Cook, J 0 Itestoden i M
Crum, 0 Raman, JR
Crow, A B Redmond, F
Darby, E Roads, H
Dentler, 0 Robinson, C
Duncan, D B Rodney, M A
Dunbar, L M Bripley, L
Dunbar, B Bober, M
Duff, M Robeson, J
Engelman, C Roberson, M A
Kline, 8 Remick, B
Nicheberger, 0 Sadler, C
C Scwoy, M
Fackler, Id Baylor, 0
Flaherty, J Sher, G J
Fox, M E &Aia
Fritchy, L Sel l er s M 2
French, M Shlcler, A
Frey, B A Shrink, M
H 2 Shively, 0
Gaskins, M / Smith, B
Greenwelt, M Shepler, B
Gioss, Smith, L
Grace, M E Smith, 0
Hannah, J Simonton, K
Hall, E Bmeitser,
Hemaker, D S Smith, 0
Harris, B Simpson, P
Backlin, L Sommers, E. 3.
Bernick, J Sommer, S A.
Heat, B Stout, ld
Holston, B Elwarts, 2d
Beiges, H Stant, L
Hite, E 'Stroh, A E
HiEcreas, N J Stoner, 0
Hoover,' M E Stine, E
Honk, J Stevenson, I. F.
Hoteman M Thompson, hi A
Hooker; E Thomas, X A
Houston, X L Thompson, M
Hyde, X Turner, SA
Jaus, B Vorsht, M
. M.iester, 0 Watkins, MA
Keever, II Worfrer, M X
•Keim, E Walter, 3' A
Kitts; L Weaver,. E ,
Kilbrain, M Witmoyer, M IT
Kiefer, E Whistler, X
Knapp, X Wenerich, E
Knell, X Welker, E K
Brider, X Williamson, A
King, W H Wilson, X E 2
Kaissiey.-K Williams, X
Leber, X Witraan, M J
Lingle, S B Willan, E
Lae, S J Witmoyer, K J
Lobkmani A Williams, 0
TAY, M Wingard, E
Lyon, K B 'W'ood, E
Lynch, H Young, E
Lower. R Young, AK
Blooaffry, X A Young, A
hicaiaughlin, A Young, T J
Ilicialiusey, A Zeigler, El
McCartney, El • Zarous, B A
GIONTLpII3IIIIN , S LI29P
Adderson, J 8 Gilbert, D
Addis, J Gardner, 0
Albright, L Gary, I
Alter, ",D G • ' Gilbert, H
Albison, 0 Gavan, P
Baker, - -
A 0 Barrington, M
Bakis, W Harman, H
Bailey, B Hauls, T 0
Barney, J Hallery, W H
Barbart, H A = Hantsh, W
Basehore, B Hannan, H
Balsbaugh, L Harpel, H 0
Barber, BX Hallowell, X
Blessing, 0 Harz, 0
Bingeman, E Thunersly,
Black, .A , Hall, L
D Hawker, J
Bigberry, W Heebner, 0 8
Binekeever, J Hemenhatu, W
tkats, J 8 ' Heyman, V
Boyer, B Harrington, 8 H.
Bonaker, N Hedderman, T
Bowman, - Halbert, J
Brandt J & Son Homer GM
Brown, B Haweli, W
reckenridge, T 2. Houston, J F •
Brook, J A • Hoffird,
Bricker, I H 2 Hunfel, J
Burt, H Iroahnes, J
Bubb, E Jordan, F
Burt, J . A - Johnson, T
Buck, 8 - Johnson, D P
Burkholder, T Johnson, A
Wm -Nallebauch, W
Case DG Kelly, J
Carr, J Kellwan , J M
°althorn, L Keneys, B
Cotter, C B Kaiser, D
Coble, J Kaufman, A
Collins, M G gembell H
Cao'ver, - W B Kinser, M
Coachman, J Kraemer, L
Davis, V/ Knhlewind, A
Dailey, B 'Scions, 8 hi
Duey, B • Lawless, 3
Dauripman, J W Landis, I
Dougherty, BD 2 ',won, J p
Dnrbarrow, 8 Lewis, D B
Dunn, . 1. J Leman, M
Dresher; 0 Linton, W
Dourty, 8 D L evy , F
Early, A M Landis, H
Elliot, J D ladyhuff,
Eisenhower, J H Lockman, --
Eliot, El Luis, W H
Enos, F Mcßurney, T
Erb, N McNamara, B
Evans, N 0 McOonnel, I
Eves, Y McGregor, A D
Finney, 'W Meredith, J
Filley, D 'Martin, W
Fressier, Itedgioar, /
FerriditY, • ,itartinJ r 2
Fetittwiitt, or. ..1. , ,i41134.1/01=W - •
Macumber, D 0 . Runkle, H
lifachbin, JG : ' - • Ruth, .RI
Miller, B J F Rhodes, B
Miles, C Bendy,-.1
Miley, J& 11 J' ' ' `Rowland, 8 W
Mikle, D - Robinson, S
%tiller, H W Sadler, J -
Mitchell, T P Scully, F
/I Searfsus, J
High, P • Sentinel,
Mitchell, d Rink, 8
Miller, J . D Shaeffer, W J •
Moore, B Shifter, 0
Moore,A P Sherwood, J
Moly, A 0 Snody, 0 , ..
Slyer, G 'D • - Sade, B 10i.
Myers, L Bhultsbackill
Mulgrew, 11 11' 2 Stine or Stewle, L
Begl L - Stal, N
Nelson,ey , T
A Shal ey t, T J
Hake', .1' G Stenee, T W
1 Natres, L J Thompson, El M
Nelson, W P Trevor, 3
Ober, I I rrinuner, S W
Pardly, J W Togdes, W if
rags, 0 • Tan Susie, 0 .
Perkey, D . Wall, 3
Phramer, J Warner, 111!
Pents,.J Winn, G •
Philyes, B - Walser„
Doorman, W Weave G F
Powell, J , .Weidner, D
Prity, B B Wiseman, •8
Price, J IS Weyman, A
?mall, J B Woutok. T S
Price, 8 8 Wilibir
Rathbun, D Wilson, W
Roney, B 0 Williams, Ilt - •
Reed, A W il liams, A
Rhine, FT Wills, J
Raney, 11 If .- Wittman, 8111
Reichert, 8 Woodcock W
Reed, W Weed, II
Belnoch, A C Wright, T
Riegel, S B Young, WA,
Seigle, B Young, 3
Riblett, J . ll Zeigler, -3 H
Richard, J Zimmerman, 0
Roam, I . Zimmerman, J
Roberts, A J
Adams, C Kane, R
Aster, D Koch, W
Akers, J Y
Botsford, M L
Bell, It 13
i3eryamin, A P
Beagle, D F
Bruce, A 0
%Ain, J J
Cheffine, J L
Carpenter, B 0
Crider, 0 D
Cole, J G
Deoh, W H
Davis, D B
Dec:hack, M L
Mier, ti W
Dili, L A
Dit Fenix).* J
Davidson, W 0
Elliott, M W
Denuder, J Ek
Faust, L L
Gish, J V
Helfrich, A J
Helm, J B
Persons calling for any of the above letters
will please say they are advertised. One cent
due on eich.
GEO. BERGNEII, P. M
NICHOLS & BOWMAN)
Corner of Front and Market Streets.
(V. Hummers old stand,)
TirAVE deterintued to 'place their entire
X 1 stook of I •
GROCERIES; PROVISIONS, FRUITS,
at prices to suit the present hard times,
spectfully call the attention of the clngens of
Harrisburg and vicinity to their extensive stock
of goOds, consisting of
FLOUR, FISH, &c.
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 °there, we have
NATRONA,' MAGNOLIA, LUCIFER,
All of which we win sell wholesale or retail,
and lower than any (Mc how is Narritbur9-
Also, all kinds of
OUT, FLINT AND GREEN GLASS-WARE
We also invite attention to our well selected
and extensive assortment of
Oall at NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market Areas. -
THE SUBSORIBBR has removed the
anoe of bis goods from Basket street to Third and
Walnut, where he wilt keep constantly on band a fine as
eorunent of Confrationary, Apples, Oranges and lemons,
Owed Potatoes, Dried Fruits, Hominy, Boons and Spices.
Also 810 sod Dandetion•eoffee, an kind of Nuts with other
artlelestee entiterees to mend= Thankful 'for peat
patronage be Wes by stela attention to busineet tes
meet a sionVinsanosof it. JOHN WHIT.
. 14 1 1 4 8-2 sfe l •
~j IIST REORIVER;
frOND LOT of (?onto aid Sentimen.
tal vamoosimi asoorriom a
Hi lilts, 0
Livens, J F
McCreary, J . 0
McDowell, B J
McOry, W F
Mitchell, J W
Mapco, J J
Martin, J H
Naugle, J C
Phinny, J H
Raymond, B W
Bush, 0 F
Etteppy, G W
Smith, F A
Snodgrass, W B
Sanford, D F
Slick, T W
Scholl, A B
Boehm, Q W
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i►II& GIVE A
AT BRANWS HALL,
THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON,
March lat., at three o'clock
POSITIVELY LAST CONCERT
THIS EVENING, commencing at 71 o'clock.
A.dmiesion for Children to Matinee 10 Me.
d 4 " " Evening 15 "
Adults, Afternoon and Evening 26
SANFORD'S NEW OPERA HOUSE
kg : DI I W : :
Admixdon ' 26 cents.
Qmhestra Chairs, 60 cents.
Beats in Private Boxes, 76 cants.
Entire Box, 66.00.
Doors open 61 o'clock ; Commence at 74 o'clock,
Re-engagement of the Celebrated Ceatatrice,
Mra. ANNA BORDWELL,
Mr. W. BORDWELL,
Ethiopean Comedians, who will appear in their
Ethiopean Drawing Boom Soirees, original with
Kr. and him Bordwell.
MST MOUT OF THE BIIRLEISQ* E
To conclude with the Laughable Altarpiece,
NEW YEAR'S CALLS.
Seats can be secured In eaveace during the Opets.
Box Office open from 10 Iv 12 a. K.
ALA.ROE LOT of Black Silks.
A 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 Lice of Irish Linens, at old prices
A Full Stock of Skeleton Skirts;
Beet article ever maw:Adored.
A Fall Line of Gents Undershirts and Dralrerg.
Now claim; lilt the stook.
Balmoral Skirts ;
Marseilles Counterpaines ; '
At old pricer.
Allendale Spreads ;
A. Large Line of Towellinga.
Now open at CATHOARTS,
feblB-y Next door to f i lm Harrisburg Bank.
BlT:txpril AND BOWLING SALOON,
NO. 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR FIFTH.
THE subscribers having erected a larg e
butlang ea the above place, anomaly for the posy o
see shove iodinated, beg to call the attention of the pub.
.116 to the Mowing :
Tae Earratmarff, on the drat door, with a dining reset
attached, la Rued up to amnions style. and It will at all
times be stippled with the beet OYSTERS to be had Is
the Atlantic cabs, together with terrapin, Oh, and all
kinds of game In season. Oysters served tiC in evell
style, and meals to be bad at all hours. The Ales of aL
the celebrated breweries In the country °potently on
The Ten-pin Alley, or Bowling Saloon, is in the rear,
and contains three alleys of modern construction, where
the lovers of this healthy exorcise can enjoy themselves.
The Billiard Saloon Is npatairs —elegantly lined up,
and contains three marble top combination cushion ta
bles, equal to any made.
Harrisburg has long felt the Want of a grand combin
ation of this kind, and as the proprietors aro determined
to Conduct IL In a quiet and orderly manner, and do eve
rything in their power to make h a foe .ionable resort ,
they hope to receive a liberal share of public patronage.
jall.dtt WILLIAM C. IicFADDIN AOO.
ALE, PORTER AND BEER,
ilq-OTICE is hereby given to the citizens
ofMarrisborg, that the undersigned has anthorized
N. Mager to receive orders for any of my nmunfac
tures. The oollecting will be attended to by the under
signed. MU orders left as above will be promptly at
tended to._ GEORGE LAUGH;
rebE24l3m. Pottsville, Pa.
BLINDS 1 1 BLINDS 111
4-EW VENITION BLINDS made to or
der fbr:the small rum of $2, $2 50 and $3. New
ds mad* pout of old ones a•. equal low prioes for
seventy Ave cents a place and upwards. 0 all and see at
ray shop, in Seemed street, below Chesnut.
feb3.lm A. R. Sift itP.
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
XJr.AZARETH, Northampton county, Pa.
agy <wen from Harrisburg by railroad to
n, and thence seven miles by shire.
Rev. EDWARD H. RZIOEFEL ,
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
ITNBIVALLED GOLD PENS.
'DEBT PENS in the world, for 750, fa No
60, 82, $3, and $4, for sale at
febl6 y EICHEFFIEWS Bookstore.
TO GRAIN CONTRACTORS.
THE BALTIMORE BAG FACTORY ,
No. 77 South Street, Baltimore, Alit.
IS PREPARED to furnish Government
Contractors and others with Linen or Cotton Bogs or
ems, Promptly for imsb at low prizes. Oats and
(bre oenrettonr wul and it to their advantage to give Ms
a call. JOHN C. GitAPFLIN.
Baltimore, Jan. 1.7111. 1862. 13,24-2 mil
No. 1 MACKERAL in Kitts, half bar
relyAA and barrels, at the Mew Grocery and Provi
sion store, Front and Mutat streetS.
NICHOLS & BOWMAM.
CIDER 11 I VINEGAR ! 1
- f ur ADE from choice and selected Apples,
and guaranteed by as to be strictly pore
5124 WIC DOOR h CO.
WROLMALE and RETAIL DEALER
in Confectionary, Foreign and Domestic Fruit.—
gip, Dates, Prunes, Raisins and Nuts of all kinds.—
p] eeh Sal hush, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Spices. Ta
basco, gegara and Country Produce in general, a the
corner of Third and Walnut streets
QOLDIER'S CAMP COMPANION. -- A
LI very convadent WritUng Mete ;• also, Por Mika ,
Memorandum Book; Portmoneee,
3110 . SCHIFFMM , S BOOKSTOTo
CANDLER, Country soap, Fancy Soaps
of aU kin, far sale
CHOLS & BOWMAN.
CornSr Front and Marx et Etreets.
Lima, NAIL, CLOTH, HAT,
Lin= 6 1 1Am:um= BlOraffs in great varlets ,
DRuapto 'OW STOR
FRl449ZPV.ll:ntLemreoeilviltaßaisd [o r Rai s ins,
eo ..zinoilous & 1101W3d 6
Oormer (rout nut Market