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- (13,41 ‘lttegrapij
lioine s,l3y Morning, March 5, 1862
the Mayor's Election Proclama
„ 1.1 ri In another column of tills morn
.if LEORAPH. The election takes place on
juht two weeks from next Friday.
[E LECTURE-A free lecture on the rel.el
- i delivered in Brant's City Hall
„., b; the Rev. Charles G. Ames,
, d, Citizens and strangers are
Led. Doors open at 7 o'clock.
COWBELL AGAIN IN COMMAND. —Co
carnebell, formerly of the First
Ir;u;i, , a riflery, was yesterday mus
t, Unittd Stales service as Colonel
, !t veisll, regiment of Pennsylvania
~, T ., ‘iL, 01 Maxwell resigned.
LODGE., GOOD TEMPLAR& —Removal.
I, is of Advance Lodge, No. 39, I.
'l;rtiplare.will meet this (Wednfsday)
r o'clo k r. M., in the second story
„. Tmuperance Hall, corner of Bee
,: sticets. A full and punctual
„ i d sired as business of importation
: .1:1 , if (I d.
E IRE GUNBOATS.—About sixty
t for the gunboat fleet, at Cairo,
.t, re last Saturday, under coin-
Pearce. They were a fine
(qi men, real genuine Jack Tars,
'ort , Foote is said to be short of
• it t, tht.ir arrival at Cairo will,
;.le I with much satisfaction.
anyerteri —We have been re
to rat :norther blunder made by our
.1,1, ii mporrry of the Patriot and Union,
~.lition of that paper. The
a•• that the hospital in West Har
i., -many reonthm bean under the
• ..\ s,YrNot Merry from Philadelphia."
aru . e there are the "liisters o
rh,y hail from Chestnut Hill
• I'AT ICI Now York, Philade
. 11 prep 'rations are befog
• 7, :7 -77 c tir.iis to celebrate the day,
. all the Indications be
7 I,tivities will be commemo•
111 noire anti usual spirit.—
, 1 11-101 fellow-citizens get up a
•r , ,1-' nr u itt title city I'
Ikrii , K7 MINER 'WITH GEN. Bun / wee
Porter, son of
„4cityis with General
• ,•r n.ar the : neightierhooci
Li Porter is a gradnate
' 1 , ••Iongs to the Ordnance
- itea dm construction of the het
i.. rl, tr,c rebel communication be
•rt • and Stwaupatt was out ptr,
bore a very cdruiPiettous
.1 R. v.itly complimented for his
, ccation by the commanding
ct whi2l) gives to this State
11. , 10,, , r of the House of Repre
of rearranging the dis
upon the Legislature at the
'l lie Senate on Friday resolved
' mmittee of three to revise the
t ~t List seasiurk. In the House of
similar resolution was in
)lrArmstrong, and an amendment
4113, providing for the ap
.; c annittea of seven to report a
1 , Stato into Congressional
t , ten years, Action was
''!l' nit the resolution and the
for the present the mat
-16, 1 .1 - wagon of a new district will
; tut in,itter, and may require a
thy, apportionment act of last
•11 , j, t is attracting much atten
rxpvet to Ste a warm discus
it is disposed of.
Death of one of our Bua
Peipher, one of our old
-t table citizens, well known
t!l., —"tern and interior counties of
i• it • irtier of " Pcipher's line of
• r itig on the Northern Central
, I! , Y tadroada, was almost in
, 1 , I, the latter railroad, near the oar
about teu o'clock yesterday
M. P. ipher left the Lebanon
this morning to see about
ILL '4,1, being made or repaired for
r Lit.ry, and when either pro
• ! nulling from that establish
, t rad ; or the Pennsylvania railroad s
I;`,` him going west, which he
.I; at, mid while his attention was
"1• Le lv,is struck by the water tank
ta•aire , hawing the passenger train
.Lc.„lii:l and Susquehanna railroad,
Lily, which knocked him be'
cci the track, where he was
l 'c'• icca breaks of the locomotive,
• .114 a licurible manner. The breaks
titty fc!et before he got rid of
all' was again caught by the
n:,1!, of which he wag further
1],c„!,,,,i' about a hundred yards
be stopped. Of course,
,s recovered it was found
(Tubbed and mutilated in a
It Was taken to the residence
' r c Mc, Al ontgoinery, in Chestnut
i , e1 , 1 by Alderman Kline,and
tliithi a veldict In accorda4oll
r, i4t,.,1 I ,eta.
u.is about fifty years of 621
wan of good business habits,
integrity, illsiONEWlll be
'-it by friends and relatives.
LOOKING , GLABBEIL —We advise all persons
who intend to buy a handsome looking glass
at the lowest city price, to go to W. Knoche's
store, No. 98 Market street, and examine the
stock of glasses which be has just received.
They consist of oval and square glasses of the
best quality, and are framed in superior gilt
and rosewood frames. At the same place can
be found angst music and musical instruments
of every description.
Tinerrr Houses Wren—Mr. Editor.— Capi.
talists are doubtless aware of the large per cent
age they can make on their money, besides the
great service they would thereby render " to
wards the increase of population and general
prosperity of our city, by the erection of ten
ant houses' There is a great demand for
houses, and many families will be compelled to
leave the city for want of a house to rent.
There are many houses in the western part of
the city that are paying the owners from
twelve to twenty per cent. on the investment
over and above all taxes. It is to be hoped
that capatalh3ts of our city will at once supply
Tas Cornrow ficitoora.—The :following is an
extractfron , t the report of the County Superin
tendent for the rnonth.of February, i,882:.,
The schools of Washington, Gratz, Lykens,
Sallie*, Reed, JetTemon,'Jackson and borough
(f Dauphin, were visited, in all fifty-seven
five of these the'second time.
To visit these schools, traveled two hundred
and forty-six rnilea ; on railroad, sixty five ; in
other conveyance, sixty-six ; on foot, one hun
dred and fifteen.
Watt engaged officially twenty-four days.
spent one hundred and eight hours in the
'schools.; average duration of visits, one hour
add fifty four minutes.
Found an unusual amounfofsicknestrprevail
jag among the children, much of it, perhaps,
sari, utable to poorly ventilated school rooms.
FATAL RAILROAD ACOLDRNT—Ddath V a prig
tee: —Mr. George H. Randall, a printer em
ployed in the Government printing office at
iti,"ashington, and well, known to the craft gen
orally, was killed on the railroad near the Ra
lik" Home, Md., last Saturday. "I knew him
well, Horatla." Re was highly respected for
his many amiable qualities. Genial indisposi
tion, with a hand open as day to "melting
charity," none ever came within his presence'
without being impressed that . upon his brow
"every god did seem to_set his seal, and give
the world assurance of a man." Never was
the language of the great dramatist more ap
propriately applied than in the present in
stance. It is unnecessary to recapitulate his
many virtues; they are embalmed in the
hearts of his sorrowing friends, and it needs
nathing from us to fan the flame of memory.
The deceased leaves a wife and six children to
mourn his loss,
Amur oa Dissareas. —Two men named
Kreger and Macklin, arrived here on Sun
da* last, 'by the Lebanon Valley cars, in the
custody of an officer, charged with being. de
sertere from Capt. Seymore's Artillery company
of regulars, at Camp Greeble, from which place
they escaped last Monday. The men were from
liiththond, Mt. Bethel. They enlisted about
six weeksago. On . Monday morning lad they
asked the Captain to loan them ten dollars to
sea& to their. wives in Mount. Bethel. The
officer gave them the money and permladento
go to Harrisburg to send At oft;
lows decamPed and lirooeeded to' Me. Bethel,
travelling part of the way On coal trains to
arrive home the sooner. As soon as the Cap
talk found the men had deceived him, he sent
word to his recruiting officer at Easton, Ser
geant Cook, who went to Richmond, where he
found the deserters and brought them with
him. The fellows came along with the Ser
geant with much reluctance, and were quite
chop•fallen, having, previous to their arrest,
supposed that they were safe from the clutches
of Uncle Sam. On arriving at Easton: .they
were taken to the National Hotel, and while
supper wort being prepared for them they got
off again, about 9 o'clock in the evening, but
were caught again at 11 o'clock and lodged in
the Easton jail for safe keeping until dianday
morning, when they were brought to this city,
by the Express train. They are young mar
ried men, about thirty years of age
CATHOLIC BUM TOR TH2 OBSENTABOII Op LINT
IN THE DIOOIBI ON PHILADELPHIA.-Tll2 Right
Rev. Bishop Wood, of this DlOOOBB, has issued
the following rules for the obiemnoo of the
forthcoming Lent :
The first day of Lent, .entr,Wednesday, falls
this year on the 6th. of March.
1. All the faithful, who have totkpleted
their twenty-flrst year, aie bound to observe
the feast of Lent, unless dispenied for legiti
2. One meal a day only is allowed, except on
3. This meal is not to be taken until about
4. Oa those days on which permission is
granted to eat meat, both meat and fish are
not to be used at the same meal, even by way
6. A collation or partial meal is allowed in
the evening. The general practice of pious
Chiistiane limits its quantity to the fourth
part of an ordinary meal.
8. Bread, butter, cheese, fruit of all kinds,
salads, vegetables, and fish, are permitted at
thei collation. ldiMend eggs are prohibited:
Custom has made it lawful to drink in
din morning some warm liquid, such as tea
and coffee, or thin chocolate, made with water.
8. Necessity and custom have authorized
the:use of lard, instead of batter, in preparing
fish, vegetables, &c.
9. The following persons are not bound to
observe the fast : All under twenty,one years
of age ; the sick ; pregnant women, and those
giving puck to infants; those who are obliged
to do hard work ; and all who through weak
ness, cannot fast without injury to their
10. The nse of meat is allowed by dispensa
tion at any time on Sundays, but only at the
full_ meal on all Mondays, Tuesdays and
Thersdays, except Thursday in Holy Week.
'.1.. ?emus exempted from the obligations
aatlug, by age or laborious occupation, are
not?eetriatacito the use off, meat at one meal
onlj, anthem) days on which ita use is granted
EMIGRANTS FOR HAYTI. Nineteen colored
Persons. fo.m Lewistown and Danville, in this
State, passed through the city recently, on
their way to the Ret üblic of Hayti. They are
the advance guard of the spring emigration
'from this State, and were to sail yesterday
from New York; in comPany with a number o(
others, in the bark Williejmina for Port at
Prince. 'They were all agriculturiste,-sober4nt
industrious, , and Will, it is thought, - do' well
the new honie'ishfch 'they have selected. T'here,
is at, p.etterit erganizing in our city a tiomptint•
of two hundred colored persons, callipg thmt
leaving here early in May for Hayti. About
two thousand okdria63ideniakilif the United
States have left for Hayti during thkiviskyear.
'I hey kratitibVi t 1,46)114160, ' rddileg„o:ftf. tis
factory, and to prove themselves exemplary
"He Ibucamssiza6'ikir "toioorrsit," w.s
beautifully said of litesard, thaPhilantilibpiat.
It also applies to every man who, brings the
ameliorations, Amtortilenifenjtiymilats of life
within the reach of persons and classes who are
otherwise deprived of their advantages. Eape-
Sially may it be said of him who laboriously
seeks and finds new means of preserving health,
";'the poor man's capital and the rich man's
power." We think this enlogium properly ap
plied to J. C. Ayer, of Lowell, the renowned
dhemist of New England who, spurning the
ties and acquirements to the 'discovery;of
ikeit islf4twiT remed i ed for disease.-.
When the hidden blessing has. lieext revealed,
he proceeds tti'eti*ly it toalnititnkind 'alilfe,
through our druggists, at such low prices that
poor and 'rich • inay alike enjoy its benefits.
Journal and Enquirer, Portland, Ns
Tax , Foutoritas:. Dominoes ./WV* '8 P . 17 ' 14.
paTED BY ms.QUARTMULumma Gitirsokr.",. l 7 l2 ‘. It
syLvarow:-mFrnixt the Soldiers'. Ad Soeietrvf
Armstrong township, Indiana county, 6 shirts.
Hr the hands ot.Mrs. Joha :"T.t Worthinktonl
West Chester, box containing 22 pairs slippers,-
16 handkerchiefs, 12-Itheatowls,'4.featherpll
- , pillote-slifs, I.' pair sheets, 1 (foible
,8 boxes Alpert lint, 1 bundle old linear,
with 4 - crigkeri, sugar, Imperiat and
black tea, and various other articles. By the
hands of Mr. G. H. Mitchell, Mr. Corson,a9d
others, of Grithrieilife Chester county, 45patre
woolen stocks, 18-pairtedrewers;;7`pairstilippers,,
26 cachous for wounded lititbS,"ll_44ll4, 88lisd
sacks, 19 . pilloira, 14- under:Shirts,..i3opockee
haiulkerchiefe, s ')neek'criniforts,;lB" gips and,
12 totorirt . From the ' mad of Ift(tvoTro, two
bores hospital Storee, &d. containing 6 i b iris,
4!, pairs drawers, - 2 p'airs s o cks, 14 towels, 20 i
lows for - ivoinideittlirfi r bir,'B do fot'Ned,l2 Plats
pillow-slipoii 1-pair slipperit; 2 corifriets, I'illien
-44, 2 handkerchiefs, with' a variety - Of dornestlb
wines and jellitit ; also 20 . pleriOs' toed •• k't
coverlets, 12 shirts, 6 pairs drafwerk; 2' d kii:,
'7 ;handkerchiefs 21 toiVeisf , 9 pairs knit ' kri,'
11 pillows eith . slipsi with rusk; bikilux thhity
anes and papers.
,'From , the Central Aid. 'BOV
ceety of West- •Ohsteri'-2.;boxes contdulnk 'lt
cOmfortables,' 8 flannel Shirts, 12 pairs woolen
ks, 24 handkerchiefs, 12-ear pillows, 12
h pital shirts, 19 feather pillows, 12 canton
fl oriel shirts, 5 hip pillows, 18 pairs slippers,
8; sheets, together with a variety of other ar
ticles, such as rusk, tea; sardines, wine, syrup,
jellies, &o. All the above boxes were forward
ed to Louisville, Kentucky, to care of Mrs.
As G. Chew, who-will see to their proper dis
tribution. Another box fromAtie Central Aid
S cietvi oi .Weet•llite - sten .ricetteinfnel Metiris
titles similar to the above; , was f orw'ertieldl.'
4 eir request totfitzirsouhipii tutee Wiiiiiliiint,
"e Sanitary Commission for hoe Itat=
o akticleslor the oomfort4t sick soldiers( mat
r:. eiveci.froon Mrs. 11.1 i.- of , Efattliablrig, - *hi&
wts forwarded to a patrfolic'elergyrnan, ip„,s.4l;
ti ore for distribtttion intoopitalstin thrEthifyl
: '• •..'--"•-• • Bi fl HALE,. t , -
Harrisburg, March 3d ; 1862.
Ysit THAT'S SO was niitiningv'Tiiiitilne
hAd arrived that Charles usually returned frock
hfit occupation to his evening meal, but his wife
oti this occasion waited in vain. The time rolled
on ; still be did not come. What could detain
? Becoming alarmed, the oldest son Willy
wits dispatched to hls place-of business. Just
at - this time in rushed Charles, and asked for
the key of the safe. The fact is, be had met
Bciwinan, of the dry goods firm of I:Trich &
Bowmen, and could not refrain from purchasing
what dry goods his family wanted; awing entitle
Js te reduction of twenty-live per cent. -made by
this enterprising firm. ,; ;
' • e 2111 1( 41 L
Eiti - Goinit.—l am now selling off my entire
stock of goods at and lielciiilbont;'ot'lfr'Or
cent. cheaper than yort'cair:l3crilnitif
vii: fine linen shirts, 76 ots.-to shirts "60
c.d., and 60 cts. with linen bb'sbnis ; htgh
shirts, 60 eta ; under shirta l. and - dlitytieri4llo
cts. to 87 cte., all wool ; moulieriaokete7 60
cts. to $1; cotton and woolen' heee 10 e*. l
Iti eta ; silk ties, 12i, 16 and 18:863 t &Mk* .
8 cts. to 15 cts. a piece ; ladles' collars,-4 ithd
6 cts.; cuffs, 4 and 6 cte. , a:lgifeall under
sleeves, 18 cts.;
fine cambric at -18111111 MA;
pei yard, worth 26 cts.;
ne;yr style, and fast collartyl2t
bokoms, 15 ets and upwards.' If- Yotrwlinf,
cheap and good goods just gqi 'fa l A.
Lynn, at the Harrisburg Ohtuit Shift_ aim
faCtory, where he is selling off-witlioirtiigerve:
N.l3.—Shirts, mad6t to Measure,' Room
neat to HummtVP, lAillptpir'srgraiery store,
Two HUNDRED PLEOIIII beautiful new- spring.
calicos; a large lotot bleached and mibleathed
muslin of the best make ;, _Wile checks, at
121 cents per yard ; ,woile"Stocidngs,
cents, another kit of good White, rib-,
bed stdekingi; lad* pocket
at 12* cents; childidn's pocket handkerchiefs,
with border, ..C.lteliteir,i dila' liblialas 124,
15 and up to 874 cents; 25 pieces new pant
stuff ; undershirts and drawersvery cheap ;
cotton and woolen socks, at all prices ;
40Idozen woolen stockings,.- foPchildren, 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 minslins e -,brillants, white, cam
dreasea, as those goods will be very &lama. *atilt
de., r next summer now is the time to
stock of Furs at cook; :M.A.lntl- 4 -
V in coptiatbsity,Wordes and`Doinestie Pratt.—
reiDatee, Prunes, Raislius and Nati of all loada._,
Fr and44 l oll l h, WATl,'Cluktles, 'Vinegar, Spica, T -
ammo, Sevin and oongtry. Produce in general, a the
corder of Tbird end WCaut street".
orMi-dbm aotni WISE
HP. & W. C.:TAYLOWBNEW
e lA* eOnnostdnal and idgb/71 detarstva. It all-
WWI nu 044 qad Ul n: lynn•anted ,not
to injure ar titipirr au sionaalki . w or,
and ifa thimithke "anitabia , :ftor . nail+ ' porpoaict roj.
side by Md. DOOK, Jr. OD.
57. ,por d a.t
Crnomeir4 6178 IC eittbrateit
anp y the above, embracing ovary varkayasse,
°dyad and for sale by
wx. DOM, h., a co.
i ~ :~;;.:~~:._~.
1 HAIR DYE 1 HAIR DYE 1 I
in. A. BildliblOrN 'Hair Dye I ` , I
DIY ild.te li able Dye &WWII 1
Ighers ar -'' ' , 11htil 'sliitild be avoided
If lab ttkumu- etal .. •• t • • -..- _
Y,AIR *ad- ktsigunly to A
o Bair or Bain
13 ul end natural Nrersru_or Bleat, without the leftist
Ett MODALS AND DIPLOYAS Woe been mar
WNt Ba n gßa n gSin•'o 1$ 9', and Oiler 230,000
aphoisl i4llOlllll wide to the hair at the patrons
tk kale& i . '
IIA. BA e: , AIitAIII DYE iroduosei k color
PI too ~„„_, " , , TroPt re 41 Is wszsommin
not • ' tioeviir long It may be °main
fled th Ma y or bad Dv eg remedied. Tbe hair
ill Br this splendid Dye whist, le prop
erl .1" dond Street Now York..,
. athe 'ltem and towns of the Ersoed Algol) by
" 8 1 ! ,.. Geednaralls Dealers
and yi "Steel plate engraving on the Mel
Rh m's FM , .GTY titils '
.Lats 2111' Protdway, New Yetk.
wi at v -,.. .
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, Itli . e A 44 I AMIIIIII/"."'"----
• clear) TO TELIjLLDIIII4.
DR. iOditei .6 tAibEN ; diti ids.
"St tlet thilivregoernlbmin's VIM Me l% ins an
IZ X. .irikenuicapullaY-4061311t:b1i
tY. i gle4aatutold.thent thee , o
. a. ''' 1110 , 11Wihermams attrader. public. 604110 Y
ma Kaollato I won.: WO% 1111b4emoikof lki„ Damon
do r y . PO* they might ..reCer:anyt Laxly to Mir, as
she 4 1 t a duty. ac.. 'WI: II a,pleestulk Jr her
Know Attoir, umsey , as adininisester
den t i.pdfaliorptims old.
natu re Mego.-1
lag amption—lnek Ulm . cold—neture Weft,
&our ; „ Two taxman& these Goblin ,Pilbsinillesta
1Y aim,' 4411 Is new .irt...rd boat healtir—t
"We „ in hornet, the Insmonne, Foil aid
eXpl pooompeayieg exch. box... Price s lr,
Mid • ang, retell, ,by 0. -A MultiMate%Nlß ik -
Jtmos . • • ,C,,41„, limmte,,9l..iderkeeetreet, Barris.
litirg, Or' , ellinertoixikirm $1 00 theesitiLlte
Liam ' - • • - the/pilill Will beirmatoonthisenelly
ety . , pan of-themeerentifiaseet pishige. o '
etd, for ponnteighltee , ltep.aelleideo MID.
so C, eillootetam•km, fitedigoesitB.4l. 110ner. ell
others beep inmosiskpla and I metinfer,.. ie .
YOU ~ ,s______‘. . of be
fog b • . , ' ' 5, .. ...1,.F - '''''-' - trt ' .., . r .
which. 0. toms widort .y. woman of i , 0 vs
hfting Morterwitt. Mtn ingretiMets taMposing the
a b ov : lido Room to , every Apent, awl they
are ill perform all claimed for them.
,sold 0 7 . T. L. Lumberger, Lebanon • A. J. Kaul.
nUtn'llMl r tf g h ,i l Nri r e l ! !'l l 4 r/I s' A i , aiiiseli_voill°nlst
..drit ; , ort.,...embenteitrp; 6. T. -.. il ler; i uric. :
J. A. W ~ rigbairoilie ; 8..8. Steriws, 'leading ; and
K. P. kr, Seadlog, and by t-ona druggist. , in every
town vinme in the United States, and by •
_ . S. D. BO WE,
.. , ~ Sole Proprietor. New York.
' A r ne fAhatiinThtntS„
UNION ''AND' CONS FITIITION
' °vaunt:ET : an ezianatory stotemerd of the
of government If country, presenting a
the imperilment of the United States, and
.of the severed Stake." By M.M' Knom r.
... .. . ,
presentjtneture a FariotHo sentiment, itsunded
- fledge of oi'V ClVil MAIM ions, should be spa
te:4nd, ea this chief element' of nationality. It
rative and &bitting' tor metal pupates, only as
n inarlbgent appruhaton of the na.ttre apd
of onr government Etch intelligenoe, lamil.ar
al afo , og all classes of ,he people, is essential
manenee„ and preepetity, Of the government.
ohne e pet:Lilly is..W, from the extraordinary
the dine, end the vastly importapt,quesdons of
Rity main to' be solved: The abiOve work gives
t'Union of the provident of the Oonstaut on tf
d hates, sal of ammo of as navy rst &a es, ss
ed bl' 'judicial authority and settled prao Ire, or
how alawiard - writers, t 1 - 0 a MOL, that the
i conelitudodtl.llWihre pre•ented on some anb
lithe greatest Importance' which ferme,iny , and at
e or the filet publination °Me .book were discuss
h much d distance of Cl Won. have become rein
is added Ms:grime, to be noted on In . referellea to
ghest Intereatt of toe rittiein in this Most eventful
et t 6,
elally 4 a
'lniln1 0 :1 e,
rale at 81 01;1, ,by MICINNBY, at Harr:aburg,
aid by bookat feb2S-a2w.
/ -WM KNOCHE
93) • .
Akirket st r eet,' Barrisburg, Pa.,
rtoaksoxo PIANOS i - from -the best
'—inakers, from $2OO-urarde.
THE', ideNVFACITRIED Rang.
MENTS, FROM $45 to $lOO.
'Guitars, Vio li ns, Accordant's, Flutes,
, 4 , Fifes, Drums, Banjos, ambonrines,
Violin and Guitar stung, and maid
,: cal : merchandise In ganeral.
SHEET .Itrusza .
'PAN LATEST PUBLICATIONS always on
hand. iftudo sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOOD
suitable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pkitares always on hand.
A fine assortment of best plated
LOOKING GLASSE S
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any .style of frame made to order at the
FRESH Oranges., Lemons, Cocoa Nuts,
mum, °anima, ho., for Bale low at
NICHOLS k BOWMAN,
tomeso Brant and 164-.4et areal&
• MILITAUY GAUNTLETS.
A NEW LOT, just received of the beet
.at ilex' nor r • diem g
,t FAME -ROUSE. and lot of :.=ground
11 situate on North street near second, In the city of
Harrisburg. Possession given at any lime Enquire of
febl4-doawSw D. FLEMING,
' : Aturrney.at law.
RESH. Lemons, Apples, Cranberries ;
- for sale by NIOHOIS & BOWMAN,
J earner Front and Market street,
ANDELION COFFEE 1--A Fraeh. and
large supply of this Celebrated Coffeejast received
FM) WY. DOOR, Jr., & CO.
AUGUSTINE L. •OHAYNE.
CAAPEXTER AND BUILDER.
Radom No. 27 North Second Street.
N. B—JOBBING ATTENDED TO.
. . .
EOMETHING NEW 1
0 excuse .for having Soots and Shoes
Atoi?bkirkened. . Blacking that will give a polish on
pret or greasy boots.. duet the thing for .he times, when
tivbry one cannot afford two or three pairs of :Moen or
bee*. Call and examine, at
NICHOLS & BOWAIAN'S
corner Front and Market streets.
HAY 1 litY I
SIIPBB'IOR article of Baled Hay, at
oo`pio too tor sate by
• 08 JAMES WIIIIKLIKR.
Ka3BE ot VANILLA, Essence of
Leuion, Flavoring Extracts, for. sale at the now
no e and Retail Grocery and : Provision Store, cor
ner front and Market streets.
E-TRA-r*MILT PLOVIt in fourth and
t , alaN,wholemaie via roma at th
New Nrwer! ra/ fraut and Market, aia.
141 NICHOLS k BOWII4
, IPaglifjo • it: sale at I _
Goner frost it Mirka streets,
CHOICE LIGHT REA,Dlfifg.
411 SIJTHERLANDS, by the author o
j"Rutledge," Pricc $1.26.
Also new editions of
BUTLEME--tuilform with "The Sather
lauds," .$1.25. ..
EAST LYNNE—A new Novel-60 cents.
TCILTIDLER'S GROUND, by Dickens, 25 cts.
FOR BETIER, FOR WORSE, 88 cts.
Together _wi,th all the .New Books, soon as
• ,z. ;BEBQNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
SdiItEFFELIN.' BROTHELS .& CO.,
NEI DIETA.LE RS in Panay' gOods,.
nusery, &o. Alen agents for the sale et Retitled
Petroleum, Inumiseteug uil, taperlor to any cost oil ;
furnished Mans guanines at the lowest mantel rates.
170 and 172
NEW . Y ORK.I
iii27.ielv • - •• • • • -
93 Market street
. , .
.11.1 . 180.N-%'`.`CICALLENGEBLACk.ING.!
100 Grose, assorted sizes,Jusi, received, and for
sale al Wholes:o prices, -
- WM. DOOR, Tr., & 00.
(11RU.M.13 BRUSHES, Door Mats, Scrub
1„..1 btag and Blackening Broihea for sale OF
NICHOLAS & B ./WMAY,
Corner Front and Market streets.
AMILY:WA 'BLUE, ati excel
j: lent substitute for lathe, .for se le at the wholesale
and retail grocery store of
MOTIONS. - --Quite a variety of useful
AA and entertaining articles—cheap—at
OOAL OIL lower than any House in
Harrisburg, for sale by . • •
.Cerner Front and Market street.
SJQAR CURED RAMS.
ELAIR, TOOTH, NAIL. CLUTH, HAT,
LAMER and INFANT BZUSEDS ~ in great variety
Z SR'S DRUG AND FANCY sp4 IR
FRESH Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Co
Oos,nuta, isa., Just received and for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner brow. and Market streets.
4ebSECOND LOT of Comic and Sentimen
tal Valentines, at, -?iflerest prices.
16 y Batiorga , B Bookstore.
CHOICE Teas, Green and Black, for sale
'bar by NICHOLaS di BOWMAN
Corner Fro:A and ?dulcet etreets.
Pi 111 . MOIA & BOWMAN,
2 LOT of prime Cheese just received and
ror ule by NICHOLAS & BOWMAN, - •
man Corner Yroncand Market streets.
NIC HOLS Sz 13 0•106iN,
corner of Front and'Market Streets.
• (V. Hummel's old stand,)
HATE determ.iued to place their entire
OROORRINS, PROVISIONS, FRUITS,
• dx., tko • "
prices.te•suit the pnusentltrard thug* 'lOl / 1 'ret
elpoegultt talrthe attention of thja ctilsenn.
pt g risbrug,iii4 vicinity to their extensive stock
of goods, c098 h49% 4f;
. FLOOR? FIBII, &a.
huNti itistiiAttlo,ooneidentble trouble in.
gating she tale of ,sevesal trandsof
All of which we warrant to be
NOR - 41 irLgtil. 'TRANSPARENT AND .
rukz.PROM•ODOR ; •• c
fie far. es , ..ixectiemble , .,Among. other* Warhinia
ber44 ..r ; - : • •
Alf 'oi which we will sell witoleisli 8r retslil,
oiid Law tieleoiey, other. kouveren iikerriebeerg: • T
Also, all kid& of z
OUT, FLIKU AND. (maw, 1riA1644/111.
We also Invite a'tleiktlikk AS:tour, well selected
Call at matots 130W71AW,
corner of Front and Market street&
FOR REVVING- AIE4CELINIEB.
JONAS BROOK-4 ENO'S
, , . .
PRIZE MEDAL SPOOL C OTTON,
T2OO al bob nit W#E14411,A4 4 00 . 1.0 . RICO •
H . thread being made particularly for
sewing Machines, is YERYMI'HONO, SMOOTH AND
ALASTIC. Its strength is not Unpaired by wanning, nor
by friction of the needle: For - Machines, use Brooks'
Patent Glace, . _
FOB UPPER THREAD,
and Brooks Patent St; Cord, Red Ticket,
FOR UNDER THREAD, .
Sold by respecAble,noalera throughout the country.—
also, ENOASZB or 100 DCZ107.1.1.0184 ASSORTIM mos , by
WM. HENRY ( I'd, Sole Agent.
n0946m •gB. Vcstek.treet, New York.
PHE SUBSCRIBER.hae removed the bal—
-1 Knee ofhis•goods from ht.rket street to Third and,
Walnut, where he wilt keep oonstarrly on hand a tine as ,
-Orottent of.Confeetionary dpi.iee,,Orangeamunt t emona„
Barest Potatrea Dried Frnita Hom.ny, Been, an a 3, Ices.
Alen Blorandllindeiltin 4°2116001 grind'etteurs with otner
•irticles too numerous to mention. Thanalat for pen
untronage be hopes by strict attention to easiness to
mer't a cont nuance ol It.JOHN WISF.
cable-two* • • • • - •
, THE •
WRIT OFEI A.B.E . AS CORPUS
UNDER THE CONSTITUTION by . ECorace
Brioney, Ea' q. Paulpblet, edition for *sate
BERGNER S CHEAP HOOK SCORE.
-Price , l6 oeuta.
. • ••. JUST REIGEITED.
ALLARGE... ASSO RTM ENT .of . Family
Biblak 4,litreraut ,84183 of binding, at Spa. $t 2b
$l, 50 , $ 2 , 43 , SI, 5 5 AtadSLO. Alis) Pocket, Bibles ordit
feratut styles and 'prices at, SOFlEFlViß'Sßookitore.
NEW MILITARY PUBLICATIONS.
LONOMOU'ON gun shot ~ W ounda, 75
The Arc of War by Baron de Jom-
ini; with appendices maps and
, ::,engravings I . $ l - 60
Infantry Tactics, by Brigadier-General
Silas Casey, , D. S. . A .....
Practical Tieatise on_ gtrengthening and
Defending Out Posts, Villages,
Bridges, &0., in reference 'to the
Dutie3'of OffiCen3 of Pic : quote, by .
Col. Jebb. Royal, (English) Engi
Ocippixt's Field Manual for Battalion
, . Drill,
Ccippee's Field Manual of Evolutions of
the.. . . ... ..., 60
With ail the standard . ixalitaiir priblicationa
at; BERGNER'S Cheap Book Store.
NIOHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner or Front anti Market Btrects
Ajarge and fresh a 3) plyjust. received by
feb26 W.H. DOCK Jr.. Co
i WDER, Shot and Caps for sale by*
SANFORD% NOW OPRRAAHOURE ,
THIRD STROST BELOW MARKET.
as on , 25 centit.-
Orchestra Chaim, 5O cent".
Penis in , Private Boxes, 75 mite.
Entire Box, $5.00.
t)oocs open 6,1. o'clock ; Commence at7i o'clock.
S. - .SAnford
FIRST NIGHT. op
„ • .
THE:IT Y •
the i arm _
REp.TEARIN . _ 6)7 3 extury , „
The whole to conclude with . f ,
NEW_, YE AB'S CA'l. - LEI.
Remu s r im Beatiamtai ,
oca ituring the Oper:a.
Buz Oificeepen fctixtl.N to 12
NEN - atrvitLs
Ciettoreit - STORY, by Balwer,
trated, price • 26
Dinah . . $1 00
:rho Warden, by Trollope, (Pocket li
gnite Wafet., , by th e antteir of 71rOhlt
Lynge. ' 60
ressure %foie,: by Sam. 'Lover, new
Tom Oros and his frie.ndb:lPlLover. -
4 h V iicik Z PVVIIPIn!3 by Pank, &wk- .
-wo ..... - 25
With all..tbe new books as 4 soon'es pablisized
at BERGNER'S Cbcap.'lgos"fitore.
UNION .R. T.A Ariti ,
BILLIARD An. BOWLING 'SALOON,
NO. 119'MAR BET . STREET, NEAR FIFTH.
THE subscribers having erected a" larg e
budding.at the Above pie le, tapretarter the per•o
see above iudloated, beg to call the attention of the pub.
tic to the fog:twin.: : !
Tax Rssfraturavr, oe the Ord acne, with a!dintag room
attached, is tliard up in first-ease atyls. and it!wdl at all
times re a Jppled with the best frlfrirEat3 to be had In
the Atlantic attics, *Nether with terrapin, ash, ant all
kinds of game in sta:on:
served out in every
style, and meals to be huiat all hours. The Ales of all
the celebrated breweries in the country constantly on
The Ter•plu Alley, or Bowling Ailloon, h in the rear,
and contains three alleys of modern onestructioe, where
the lovers of
.IMB balmy aromas O cal) enidy Mem • elves.
- The Billiard .Saloon la u,i stairs —clegaody ed up,
and centatin three marble top c atbiaation on_.htiloa ta
tiles, equal to any made.
Harrisburg has ;1)4 felt the want of e grand -combin
ation of this kind, end as the prepristors are determine d
to conduct It In a quiet end orderly meow% and do eve
rything in their potver to - re tao il, a fist ion Oslo re 0.1 ,
they hope to receive a liberal snare of public patroness)
la3-dtf WILLIan is McFADDIthi *CO.
A. LARGE LO I' of Black ricks.
a. A Fine Assortment of Plain Dress Silks.
Ems , . Rep. Mourning Silks.
Small Bar Black and Purple Silks.
A New Stock of Mourn lag Dress Goods.
A Large Liae of Irisb Linens, at old prices.
A Fall Stock of Skeleton Skirts;
Beet emote ever martufwetured.
A Full Line Of Gents Undershirts and Drawers.
Now elfeing,Out, ' the Etoek.
Balmoral Skirts ;
Marseilles - Counterpaines ;
At old pr , oe.i.,
Allendale Spreads ;
A Large Line of Towellings.
Now open at CATHOAR LS,
feblS.y Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
... .. ,
. GEO.; VV... ` ,3.l 'i. IN:S. graduate: : o f the
- audinormcfolfaok.A 9 . ..1ntel turope% **it* porn*
- i ra uy located* the city.* Harriaburt- awl 4isten the
*toe torrnerip9ognpled ay, Dr. Omuta, tie Third stir bet,
'between Market emi FaNnt. respeetralltrinktrtos Ms
Mende and thSoutilic ii general;thai hale prepared to
orform all operations in toe Dentai nrolessten. either
Stareral or meetanical, in a manner that shall not he
surpassed by-operator in this or any other - Sty, Hie
mode of inserts* aitincial teeth it pea *he late. tn.
proved wentiilo orinc.fileO• i
Teeth, from One to a fall let,ffloimte t on tine 0414, ' 4 •11.
ter. Maine Oaten or the Voloanite tame.
takevcat plesmitre in recomaLmdiny tee ~,uve gen
tloman alll my former patients of Aterice nee and vi
and feel confident thin ho whl , pmforrn ,, all opera.
Bone In a scientlfiolmannor, Mom me knowle , lge • of hit
tukyli-dtll ,Y. I 5. 41) 1 03Alk..11, 11. 5.
ANOTHER NEW STOCK!
Portable Writing Desks,
anda general assortment of
BERGNEWS CHEAP 1300KSTORE
ALE PORTER AND BEER
NOTiCE:in hereby given to the citizen
sarrisurg, that the anilerelgned has authorised
M. R. Mager to reneivemrders for any or my matinfao-
Mies. The &hooting will be attended to by the under.
aigned. all( Otters left as above will be promptly at-
Wilde , ' to. GEORGE LSOild,
feb22-dbm. Pottsvdie, Pa.
BLINDS 11 BLINDS !!
:X.E W . VENATION BLINDS made to or
der for ;the small 1111 M of $3, $2 50. and $3 : New
Undo made tont of old ouos at Null low prices for
leventy ftve cents a pieee and upwards. C all and a,. as
mA shop, in &wad street, below Chesnut.
• • ..... . A. R. 811 kttP.
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
oAZA.RETII, Northampton county, Pa.
Easy of accese , Den Harrieenrg by railran4 to
Easton, ood thence seven miles by stip.
Rev. RDWARD H. !MOREL,
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD PEN%
EST PENS in the world, for 750, $1 26
60, $2, $3, and $4, for sale at
1015 y SCHEFFRR'S wliostore.
TO GRAIN CON TRACTORS, : •
'MB BALTIMORE BAG FAO TORY;
-N. 77 South Street, Baltimore, Md.
IS weEpARED to furnish Government
Contractors and others with Linen or Cotton Cop or
eizet3, promptly for oath at low prizell. WIZ and
Corn antraclors will dad it to their advantage to give me
a call. _ JOHN O. co.AFFLIN.
Jan.llo3 , 1862
xr 0 1 MACKERAL •in Kits, half bar
vii rela, and barrels; it the Mew Grocery and Frovi•
ston 13tore, Front and Market, streets.
NICHOLS & POWIIAN
:CIDER I! I VINEGAR !I 1
IVrODE from choice and selected Apples,
lad guaranteed by us to be strictly pure.
el 2 d - Whti, DOOR' k CO.
Q'QLDIER'S CAMP COMPANION. A
very convenient Wetting 1),,5k,; Mao, Portfo.fo3,
liembyakohun Books, l'ortmosoaßoi, ako.,
• KBINFRBOVV. 4 Elmo r'llt
kNDLES, Country.Enap Fancy Soaps
'Of ail kiada, for aab•by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
Comer Front and Monet stmts.