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MOLltial Morning, Mardi 24, 1862.
LENSES Tug 11111 PENNSYLVANIA RESEILVES.
Wters intended for the Pennsylvania Reserves
tor the present, should be Kddressed as hereto
fore, to the Washington.Clty Post Office.
A Bunn BATlON.—Nearly every member of
Coogreed and five hundred and twr my-one field
o fficers, bays petitioned the Secretary of War to
grant a butter ration to the soldiers. _it is said
that the ration will be granted. We fear , the
soldiers will not piss it much when they get
it. itaneid butter will be no great treat, and
Stab butter will be out of the question.
BAP HONEY —The issue of small bills by the
backs of this State has given the rascally coun
terfeiters a larger field for the di9lay of their
thievish ingenuity. Every fort-night there
seems to be a new addition tcl floating 'stock of
scoundreliew, and the public cannot be too
cautious in receiving bank notes. The min-
D ing rogues who manage to elude the vigilance
of detectives, are always careful to anticipate
the publications of Peterson and Hodge, and to
put into circulation a fresh batch 'simultane
onaly with the Issue of the Detectors Hance,
these are no guide till after the public have
realized the infliction of a new swindle.
BILL YOH TED BIIPPREtiaION of BAWDY HMIs.
—Senator Irish has read in place an act for the
suppression of bawdy houses. It enacts that
any person or persons who shall keep, or main
tain such houses, and shall radar; to deliver up
to the owner possession of the premises occu
pied for such illegal purposes after ten days'
notice and demand served on the premises,
shall and may be removed and ejected, using so
much force as is necessary to that end ; and the
fact that the premises were used for the said
improper practices shall be a full and complete
defence to any prosecution, action or suite iu
sti,uted for, or on account of any such removal
ROBBERY AT TSB DXPOT.-.4. ilarrisburger the
Vidim.—Mr. James Williams, of this city, one
of the Messengers of the United State@ Senate,
arrived here on a brief visit to his friends, in the
2 o'clock train from Baltimore Saturday morn
ing, and while leaving the car, or shortly after
he stepped upon the platform, at the depot in
our city, he had the misfortune of being re
lieved of a poise of money containing the sum
of one hundred and eighteen dollars, by some
representative of the light-fingered gentry, who
it is believed also came a passenger by the same
train. Of course, in the bustle and confusion
attending the arrival of the train, and the pre
vailing darkness, it was impossible to detect the
thief, who, it is believed, proceeded in the next
We westward. Mr. Williams notified the
police of his lose, but under the circumstances,
it 16 scarcely possible that the thief will be ar
rested, and, even if arrested, still more so that'
the money will be recovered.
Iscrroas.--The third lecture of the course in
khalfol the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion, will be delivered by the Rev. Mr. •Cattel,
on next Tuesday evening in the Methodist
aka, Locust street. The subject Is A vrsrr
Li hatILIAILM AND THE NRIOHBORINO COVETS;
WM/ A DESCRIPTION OP ORIENTAL MI AND MAN
NERS. The lecture will be illustrated by a large
palming of Modern Jerusalem, made from a
photoisraph brought from the Holy Land by
iir. C..ttell. This painting gives a distinct
view of the city as seen from the Mount of
Olives, showing all the objects of interest both
within and without the walls. .There wijl.aleo
be shown a large ground plan . ?f irk° city, nn•
memos maps, life size paintings of *stern cos
tumes and manners.
The description of these sacred and interest
ing scenes by an eye witness, will produce, by
the aid of the paintings and maps, a more vivid
and lasting impression than could be derived
from reading many hooka opti the Sahlisci.
The lecture will commenCe saw and a
Nos BarravoLszat SooEnrY.—Ssome ' changes
l'obig been made in the managers of the
Union Benevolent Society of this city, we have
been requested to publish tha following,las the
NORTH Warm—City Proper.
First District --From the north side of. Market
meet to the south side of: WA.lngt street, and
fro river to canal—Mrs. Wierman load MrS.
Com m p
fond District--From . Walnut street to South
greet, and from Front street to Capitol grounds
— Mkt Julia De Witt and Miss Esther M. Doll.
Third District—From South to ITorth street%
tad from Flout to Capitol grounde—Mrs. Cheri.
Barton and Mrs. Margaretta Elder.
Fourth District— From the north side of
Walnut street to North street, extending front
/Bah street, back of the Arsenal, to Paxton
P k — Mrs. John H. Briggs and Mrs. Wm... P.
W es' HARRISBURG- Divided into three Dist
.First District—From Front street to Third
Meet, above North street-Mrs, Charles
Bliley and Mrs, John C. Eunkel.
Sewed District—From Third street to Ridge
r ioud--Mrs. Frances Wyeth and Miss Sarah
Ihird District—From Ridge Road, to canal=
kr.lary PlECormick and Kra. Detwiler.
.Soura Wean—City Proper.
First District --From the south side of Mar_
set street to Blackberry alley, and from Front
suet to Allison's Hill—Mrs. Orth and .
astsry Gilbert. Mrs
Becond and Third Districts united —From
Blackberry alley to Mulberry street, and from
Front street to City limits—Mrs. Dr. Fleming
I Q Wee Anna Weir.
Fourth District—From Mulberry street to
Vine street, and from Front street to City
D. Rutherford and Mrs. Wells
below Vine street A m ft the lower part of the city
Mrs. W. M. Kerr.
MRS. WM P BEATTY, Pres't.
Mae Jas . W. Wane, Treasurer. •
Isrni.—he Managers of the Soolety are le:.
o keep this paper, in order to ei*kle
item to direct applicants to the MiniffsWBW
111"etsPettive Wands. i
. &amt . Alitt,
A rum tourrina of the Friendship Fire Com
pany will be held at . the company's house
(this) Monday Afill'ifttendance is re
DEATH OF AN . 9u, RUNTIik--" Uncle Jared
Robinson," between 80 ano yettis'old,' was
latel fotind!deltd•in his bed; (Without sickness,
previously,) atlas son's on the ; river just above
funkbanniiiii,''Ai.' He is aim lo have slain
600 wolves, and a "proportion" of other "var
mint," and even in hls old age would camp
out alone, for days,. Oar game, which brought
him quite a livelihood. We are not aware
that his adventures have had a historian%
WHO ARE ERITTLED TO EMMONS. —The At
torney General of the United States has decided
that all disebled soldiers of the the three years
of war men are entitled to invalid pensions an
der the act of July 22, 1862 C and that all disa
bled three months' soldiers called into the ser
vice under the President's pioclamation ;of
April 15,'1861,' are entitled 'to penidons under
the acts of 1802 and 1816. He alio decides that
there is no law giving pensions - to widows and
orphans of deceased soldiers of the present war.
Boum= To Vowel:saw —The following let
ters clearly explains itself relative. to bounties
under.the present haws uf.Congress. It is.pro
bable that some 'measures will be taken at this
session of. Congress 'to extend their =provisidns
to those .discharged. for -disability incurred iut
the service :
• WashinfAm aly, D. a
GraTLEMBIL direction of 'the - fiecretry of
War t I have to inform you, in answer to your
Inquiry whether men discharged are entitled to
one hundred dollars betinty, that, under the
provisions of the act of Congress, n o perms are'
entitled to the one hundred dollars' bounty bilk
those who serve two Yeats or till the expira
tion of the war, or the heirs of such as may die
Your obedient servant, -
P. H. WATSON,Ase't Sec'y of War.
Swurmextox has Iran calculated
that a hawk will fly not less than 150 miles in
an hour. Major Cartwright, on the coast of ,
Labrador, found, by, reptiatri , observation s, that
the fliglit of' en eider duCk*lti c At - the rate of
90 miles an hour. - The flight of the commen
crow is nearly 26 mills an .hour ; and Spillait-
Rani found that of the swallow to
. be 92 miles,
while he ' conjectures that the rapidity of ttie
swift is nearly three timea greater. A falcon,
Lelonging to Henry IV., of France, flew from
Fountainblean to Malta, in less thin 24 - hours,'
the distance being 1,850; and it is probable
that his flight was about 75 miles an hour; ae
such binds fly ,in. the day time only. These
facts .show how easily birds can accomplish
their extensive migrations, especially when we
consider theta favorable wind materially helps
them on their voyage.
THOUGH Hamm is a sturdy old ,blustering
of a month, and occas ionally vintlinates tile
meinorii-of wfruee with a'rehtiarial ~ .Of piping
gales and frosty dispeneationtyle baamioments
of mildness whets thst' genial; atinoepliere' -If
Spring makes Nature feel that she is passing
into a new season.., The viotets-musf be creep
ing up pretty well from the South tty this
time, and doubtlesti many a patty bird in tbe
forest of Georgia Mid the Ottiolinas" is plind*
himself for .an early voyage to his Northern
nest. There are fogs yetto be mire, ou'our r14 , -.
era and marshes, and crystal , rafts from the
ice-blockades of January and February still
float down the stream at intervals ; but in tbri;
fogs there is a prophecy of genial April showers ,.
and the scudding ice melts as it tosses on t he
current, at' every glance of .the sun. The slob
are, that we shall have a bright and healthfal
Spring this year ; and its aunshine will , be ail
the more glorious to oar , people, - that it is like- 1
ly to gleam upon our banner glittering triumph
ly over the last breastworks of bloody and ig
noble Treason. If }leaven continues to smile
upon our insulted nation in her efforts• to vin
dicate herself against the meanest and' base:st of
all foes, the burning sun of June may ' lend
his light to the flag of our Union - floating in ,
triumph over as many States as there are bail
nered stars. In fact, there is every region to,
believe that "the Spring of 62" 'Will be a glo
'Windy memorable season to ns for !HMO
years to come ; and now that it is opening ao
bright through the mist of Winter's dying
breath, let us hope that our whole country will
feel it ban inspirationlo fresh manhood'
the most unfaltering Hope. .• , • . •
TER DEATH 01 PAYMASTER Caas . E. HAmmoirn.
In our afternoon edition of Friday, we briefly
announced the arrival of the remains of Assist
ant Paymaster Hammond, of the 11. S. gunboa t
Sciota, and their interment at the cemetery neer
this city. We have heard, since then, the pai
deniers of the sad accident, which has caused so
much grief to his large circle of relatives and
friends. Mr. Hammond. was ordered to the
Mote in December last, and sent to the Gulf qf
Mexico, the vessel forming a part of the blocka
ding squadron in the Gulf. On the 26th qf
February he went to his berth to get his revol
ver, and in drawing it from under his pillow it
discharged, and the ball passed through his
body, causing his death in forty-eight hours:—
He at onto realised thatthe wound was mortal.
Surgeon M'Sherry, of the Sciota, and Fleet
Surgeon Potty., and Surgeon Pile, of the Water
Witch, were constantly with him, doing all tha l i t
medical skill and science could afford. Fleet
Chaplain Steward, of the Niagara, was also with
him, administering to him the consolation of
religion. Capt. Donelson, and other officers of
the Sciota, were unceasing in their attentions to
him. He died full of hope and confidence. In
the language of an officer of the ship, who was
constantly with him, "He had endeared himself
to every one by his gallantry arin officer, by
his humanity and unselfishness, and by hbr
Christian heroism. Every one itived him, for.
he was as brave as he was generous. He did
what he thought was his d uty al ways and feared
nothing." His remains came home in the Govt
eminent steamer , -Rhode bland, arid arrived
here on the' evening of the 20th inst.,
partied by his clerk, Mr. Chas. H. Ferries. Hi
was traon-in-law of litre Willianatiehler, of out
atty,And has left a widoWnhd' one child:
Dreettraiina Iism.ROAD ACCIDIINT.—On Thum:
day two freight trains on the Central Railroad,
going west, collided near or it Nineveh station,
resulting in the serious &Mag.) of some thir
teen or fourteen cars, and the destruction of
the contents—dry goods, sugar, molasses, Sao:—
and also In the serious injury of one of the
cmductore and one or two others, whose
names we did not learn. The freights heij
waited for the. Express to pass, and •were
deavoring, we learn, to' make up lost time, the)
Express having been Some three hours behind
A,Bnit Beow.They sometimes get-big snows
way down east in Maine, nor do they !elm to
• Itii4kAigilirlecivilm. • r
Monday night a week, says the Postland Ad
vertiser a hoishitlitixiciiiiii.o6iner, occupied by
two famßles d.7 as so oornpietely„_sub.nierged in
Wfiiiiiirintithi4oli it coull
be seen. Iheinmates attempted to escape by
tearing,,bosrds from th*. gsble ,end cifithe house
but did not sticCeedMelting their exit, and
they were obliged to remain in that position
Untll 4 li neighbUte gathered to' dig thorn' ont.
By tunnellipgjorty- feet thrsugh the snow the
blockaded 'amflieti iwere7releised.
Now Goons.—l am now selling off my entire
stock of goods at and below cost,- or 26 per
cent. cheaper than you can purchase elsewhere,
viz: fine linen starts, 76 cts. to $1 ; shirts, 50"
cte. and 60 ate. with linen bosoms ;
shirts, 50 cts ; under 'shirts and drawerA, 40
eta. to 87 cts., all wool ; monkey jacket7B, 50
cts. to' $1; cotton and woolen hose 10 cts. to
16 Os ;.silk ties, 121, 16 and 18 cts;
S'cts. bts. It piece ; colfirs,"4 and
5 cts.; cue, 4 and 6' cts. , eldece ; under
sleevitylB -ohs. ; fine (*tutorial& 18 and• 18 cts.
per yard, 'worth 25 Cts:; MarseillesimaMns of a
new style; aut:l• feat coast* 121 . 0t5.; all linen
bosoms, 1.5 11 ots:• and upwards: • If yob want
. good goods just go to James A.
Lynn, at 'the Harrisburg Cheap , Shirt 'Manu
factory, where he is selling off without restirve.
N. B.—Shirts, &o. made to measure, Boom
next to Hummel fk Killinger'sgrocery.atore,
12 *44 • - - i
Two Hymn= Papa of beautiful new spring
calkios; "a' large lot of blenched and unbleached
muslin, of the, best make.; , blue checks,'"at
121' cents per- yard ; white stockings, it 12}
cents; another lot, of those good white 'rlb
bed stockings •
at 12} cents ; - children'S pocket hanfikeichiefs,
With - i
lborder 6-• cents ; shirt breasts i l2l,
16 and tip 'tti 'B7l cents ; ' 25 pieces new pant'
stuff ; undershirts and drawersvery cheap';
cotton and woolen socks; all plices ;
AO -dozen woolen stockings, for children, -121
cents; 11. yard. bleached ,Inuslin aur a ;
all wool drench.. max inos, all colom- at 62 .sand
7,5 . cents.,.Baying bought the. lbalanoe lot vthe
stock.of n city wholesale rherise.n.l-...plahntabo :
figured BMA mualins, .brilliattsjilwiritor cam-*
brim, .Nausuck and ITictorimlawns, suitable for
dresses;.7243 thosmgcexlit be.very.iscarce and
deb .uSz._9 ll 44actr PPM *.gut tIWe to ; UY.; , Our
atgok ofFgro coat.; .
t , Stand.:
OUPONCO'S , -GOLDEN PILLS FOR n EMALEiS.
Aram cite Ohlielffst
ladiek Ittiltiint,.N:o64-o.lle!called upon my agentli4tx.thit
eltiLOit.MM,GrnitulAtGo 4 ) and told them that she, cff
course; did not wisi:her" name made public, bat if soy
one should doubt the won lerful efficiency of Da. Doran
CO's Golden Pills, they might refer any Lady to heA, as
she considered it a duty, as well as a pleasure, to her
knowledge of their efficacy, as administered to bet
daughter, a young lady 17 years old. 'he was fast go
ins into consumption-110 liken cold—nature become
obstructed. Two boxes of these °Mee Pills attar*
ly cured. ber, and sue Is now in r.bust hAalth
"We wer Articular in buying the genuine. Poll and
explicit directions v.ccompanying each box Price 81.—
Sold wholesale and retail by 0. A Barnsvanr, No. 2,
Jones Reer.pod_o; idarket street; Gerrie
burg, Pa. By sending either of them Al filithretet,ht he
Harrisburg peat Gfflce the pills will be sent confkleptially
by mail to any' part of ttittecantrY; "free Or. POtitillC"
N.B.—look out for counteefelta. Boy no eitlihm' , Pfile
of• toyltinil cheiWls:Atilltiettia Ail
others ilia base imposition and
. unSale; therefere, as
you *GEM , mil. 'lies and 1 0.i ,' .( 1 1.seY ' lloikint .61 be
lug litihihugged obi et your purney„) ; buy Of those
who show the signature id , Bi , D. Bowe on every box,
whi9>thas,reoenNY, Pctenilidtteik.on. ficedblif, et AUG
oottnioriol l o. Tkia -ffillfec4l44, Ccunistilog -the
ittiosie'PßLYAio Made to - every Agent, and 'Gritty
Witisafe, and will perform -811'01181MM- for GRIM:
. field. also Lebatioiti- A. J.:ltaulf r
Pli.l34!.VB4 4 4 l6 boTilihSiAltrAP 3 l Lei7 l 4 l o.wl l, L 8.-19111fitt
bathes ;, 8. G.' Wild; CI.
;burg ; Sionglei Ohamberkburg ; teillet, , Y.!irX ;:
J. A. Wolf, ; B. S. Stevens, Reading : ; 'kid .
tt. P. Gunter, Reading, and by came druggist" in every
town and village in the United States, and by
IL D. HOWE,
Solo Proprietor. New York. !-
HAIR DYET --- HAIR DYE 11
Win. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye 1
The only Harmlow and Fellable Dyer Known
All others are mere imitations, and should be av oided
lf you. wish to escape ridicule, • ;
RFJ)Roux . :ecred chudiuttly to' a
tleahttihl and mania'.Oß.
Brno% or Blank; Without theleast
injury to Hair or Skim • .
FIFTEEN Mt.DAIS.AND DIPLOMAS have been affe , ri
deft-toTWIS: X. Bike:tent lanai - it-0 ontb•Ovin; litlOpoo
applications have been made to the hinir of the pa}rons
of Ms famous Dye. • -• • ,
Was. A. BaTGEIELOR'S HAIR=DYE prodiceif s• color
not to be distinguished frortnatnmand i ktwansairun
not to injure In the least, however ; long it may, betitouttni
tied, and the ill effects of bad Dyne remlidied. The hair
is invigorated for life by this splerldbt Dye, *Mob is tirop
erly applied at No. 16 Bond Street taw:York.
Sold to &lithe sites and Morns of 44 gullet! States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name "Wlllfans A..",.ilatehelor
and address upon a steel plate engraoingi'On the: foitr
elder of etch boa.?
WholesalePSotiiry,.Bl 4reitty it,
Lite Droattiorny 'New York.
FEMALES ! FEMALES./ FEMALES"!
Use that Safe, Pleasant Remedv.kaera as ,+
BELALI 3 OLP' , CALTSAG7ZTIO.IIg,
For all Comnlaintsjuol4l4 to4he Sies.
No Family should be
.;..`Prllif l l4 l oiitinro l l 3 e r i
It is used by
In the Decline or Change of; Life,, ,
AM! . And Beare Marriage,
'• `.' Duff*, Mid After conyinsemn&
0 Strengthen the Nerve% • . •
. Restore Mature . Wits Proper-P=llA and . , ,
Invigorate the Droken l down Constitute's.
USE NO MORE WORTHLESS PILLS 1
HEadidLD'Ar .6".B2 I IiACT - BUCHU.
See advertisement in another column. Cut it out and
send for it. ' marl 2 dim
NEW MILITARY - PUBLICATIONS'
LONGMOBE ON gun shot wounds,
The Art of War by Baron de Jnm
ini, with appendices, maps and
..... T . 1-50
Infantry .:Ttiatics,'. by Brigadier:General
Sil as Casey, 11. B. A.. . . . 250
Practical Treatise on Strengthening -,
Defend'4 put Posts ; , i
. Bridgea;to., reference -to - the •
Duties of Officers of...gicquets, by
Col. Jebb. Roya i l, - (English) Engi- I
• • •
-nem, • 475
Comm i s Field' Manual for Battalion
ccppee'a,Field. Line Atnial of. Evolutions of •
the . . .
With all the standard military .
at lIERGNEE'S chew Book Store.
I commodious. titore Room
mulcts sq . uuiii kagent to. the Non. sm.,.
/ 4 4, 161 t e 1i • -9 14/2 t.9` BA W N,
ffe 9C 18152. Ifeld6-Imd
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- - -filioccUaneaus
iim4abiti g , Pa . ,
X" I A. INT CO
B o T a ttgli. PIALNOi k flint beat
a e , 2polupgkitur
TEC. BEST' ' 1 MANGRACTIIIMEP;.: INSTRII
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101 l ( folinv 44:c
, 47 4 9150u5,.. Flutesi . ~ :
•1 ! Drutaipattio, Titfubituriitei,
- ' ' 1 " o f tifid Gu far krings and li:wet
..... . ,eal.merehandise,ln general.
..., ~,. -.:., ix' As
' 111 PIII3LICASIONItErfI, on
' f, -"
ut ,isio aent . y mail to any part of
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOOD
fi Si OffitlittiMl3 ,
841 0 /I "tj t4 &f l k glilltkiitli.dJailnds of
A fine assortment of beet plated
u -,i.1 x a P.l i is :::ov wok. t /11 , ... 1
From qualiest ,to largest. &es. ~ _
Ahriffiele i tiaite a tiga i irdei tit i the
shortest notice. 10 I_ ?..
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UMBRELLA iiii- ' i AG'TORY !
1 1 2AVIAiVia %4•14,9;t:t0ie Third,
, - E, ;164‘ .. 37, tian u ai lfßa, ei.
•41S. V o .
-,, g ~._ s .. :ÜBE )
111_ PARSOLS aid 1114.18IIIIIIAOAXMI, MAI JOrnlah
good; ALLOHFR.2II.IOIaN than - `'sari 2beitAttt-teZitiav of
he Camera ettfal. oouot-y ;a•rqbanta Will do well to
all arid exacoleo prie au aill giant), and Online° them
,lree Sl-abla faln ~
L i " ' J tg "VAYEeE 4 - WIW I
4 . LO OF Strip /1108
ISA.Dof'iereod' Tobadm, and 'from . one
iIL tostwo yearatld, of my own aquaufbottwe. A fine
lot or bbOkm °hearth aibi Smoking' Mika*, Pipes, Sault'
and a large varbatT pf utter anlcien oeustasHY on ban
rot late Itbotaaile and retail:' thetiktul for - ihreter . pat.
roeagh, I Elope bq stria attentton't a Vesinese to i reit4tie a
liberal mum of the trade
A this SmokLig Room Rtiachavhe re customers may,
fay back our fig' Beg trp nap IIaCCIO
' fkartit %m it the 'Window with the Ship to It; that ha the
lee td buy yolieTtloacito and cedars. North Market
• nate, above Niaket street, Harrisburg.
Deo: 4 , 1881 .--dIhn wit, vaunt.
FOR SE WIPIG:: - MAPHIPIVES.
• • JONAS'ARIAOIpiAIftp'S
: 00170.11 ,
X2994:800 wzdzY,..i,i,adit 4.66kati811.
iltHlB thread- being dhele,partlcularly • for
ASTIO.• Its strength - het'tipatiett,h, *0344 nor
frietton'of - the neeale, — h'ior lieetitneS,,,,ese, Brooks'
and Erook itittelitattthed; - Be& Inlet, •
• " FOB' UNDER' TIM:WAD,
*ld 1 .1, *** 6l,l a 43 4ll4.oi&eualteo the %wary.—
Also, what* or 160 ix,wi Aim sentessoaae. to 9
" ',9I;gIIAY-ligirttAge4gett.t. ,
* 09 .4 6 m, 'eltegetreet, New York.
[4.1 B-II•R A litO , B• •AlrEllrT
. ... . . • •
SAFETY InUraOsNCE OthIP4N.T.
• • . OF PEIIIADDLPSLC. '
r220.127.116.11,11.P . !:)11ATED, 1885.
i -4 1 4. 1 NSUA'ANCR
00M.PANY - OF - NORTH AAINItIOA.
• .; OF .PaILaDBLPHL4.
'I liP'o 11.F9'11,A D
OAFITAI. AND 4.952 i 41,219,476.1 .
T HE -undertligned , 9,8 Agent for the
..::.:.well- known. Companies. will - malsto ; Inattnume
spopisi , p4OrSinMie' by fire,. Miltier perpePiaiii ai
mildly; en preperi in,elther town or.owentry.
M4kna,inil,PBo4,Traniiporlaies Inas ilso,laken.
apply by leiter Pi
• • . 1 .1. 1 4.21 AtrigHLE.R,
- -• EiarrlabortiPs.
A• ITIA M E
~ , •
BOOTS AND SNOBS,
. BUFKALCi AND GUM OVER SHORN
• TRUNKS AND CARPET. • BAGS.
ATiffElt 011 4 110 — corner of the : lel : ley, nest to the:
°dart Eloisii,idarket street, liarrlsberg, Pa.
Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestolod upon
the late firm of A. Hamme l l 4 004 we - tenet stria at
tention to bualriaM,:apd by keeping a well annorso nom
OP GOODS to media ootiitunanee of the same.
pi es s e "il - swi'e"mine our areas and plums before
buying elsewhere.. -
4 Goodsaire purchased direct from ho manufacturei for
cash enabling thpia very ' •
LARGE LOT of }Back Silks.
LEL A Finelssortnieut.of Plain Dress Silks:
Eng ltelL. Mear*B • fillks. '
. 1 31 131 41; Pg'illick• AAA Purple Silks. - •
a A New Stock-of Mourning. Dress Goode.
A Large Liaeol high - Linens, at old prices.
Full-I3bxk of Skeleton Skirts;
gait' article ever manonataroa.
A .Ir,u/ILlne okGellbithiderfibirtS end Drawarsi
Fars ; • -
• Now closing out the stook.
Marseilles Counterpahxes ;
- • At old. prices. •
- Allendale Spreads ;
Alarge L ine n of .Towellings.
Now open at CATROARTS,
feblB-y Neh, door to the Harrisburg Bank
IMPROVEIMT - M DENTISTRY
nit. P. H.ALLABACH, Surgeon Dena'
tint, Matufaciorer or ltineral , PLate Teeth, the onli
method that obviates every objection to the one of aria;
Octal teetn; embracing partial, half and whole sets of one
piece only, of pure and ihdestructiu le mineral, there are,
no crevices for the acceumutation of entail particles of feed
and therefereoloollensive oder from the breath, as no me,
tal is medic their construction, there can be no galvanic
action or metallic taste. Hence the ludir (dual is not an;
cloyed with sore throat, headache, &c. Office No. di
_North &mkt altraihParg•
ILIP. &, WW. 0. TATLOR'S•NEW SOAP!
. IL 14 OCOUOMicila and.bigbly -detersive. At eon;
tains no Rosin and wilt not waste. till Warranted not
to injure the hands. it will impart an agreeable odor,
Ind is therefore suitable for every purpose. Nur
sale by WM. DOCK, Jr. t 00.
POWDER, Shot and Caps for sale by
rrrotiones & BOWMAN,
Corner ?root and Market street'.
O. 1. MAOLERAL in Kitt's, .half bar 4
&id barrels a the Mew Grocery and Provii
81° LWi..56Lt Strents .
=FT jailika i iiioAUll43lPßE zs , ,the p ac
NIG 11-0-LS & B 0 WMAN,
Corner of Frontand - ILerks Olzante:
(V, Humniel's .old-staml,)
HAYE determined to . place their entire
.OROCERIRe, PROVISIONS, FRUIT ,
at prices to snit the present hard times, and re
spectfully call the attention , of the Citizens of
Harrisburg and vicinity to tboireitoosivo stock
of goods, consisting of
- SUGARS, SYRUPS,
' TEAS, COFFEE,
: ! i ORA-NOSS; CURRANTS,
.. - IFLOUR, FLSR, dro,
We have Idecogone to considerable trouble in
getting the 040 . 44-veinti brands of
43 O. A II - OIL,
All. of .whichiweiwarrant to be
NON-EXPLOSIVE,, TRANSPARENT AND .
- . FREE PROH'GDOR,
as far a d practicable. • Among others , we have
N4P , ONAi .- KAAN9// 1 4, AUPEFRR,
•• • -,,„ - 'ROBINSON. - -
All of which we will sell whole Sale or retail,
and know they! ft:stol? 4ag# Forldium• •
A 66, Ai ends oi,.
CUT, MIT \ AND I pRiM, GLAEB-WARE:
all PPARAYO:aeffioltillenkof - . .=t
Ql)7EggokwAßE. ~ . .
(Iwo „. ,: , NipHotis 4.-AoritAN,
CoVioi of Front "end Market streets.
JOHN" WALLOWER; JIL, Agt
;'E.NE'.4•.. - i(L 7 f..O , Ww:A.. - 00-IN 0
(1:00D8AbTO MERGICANION romptly
lug forwarded by Philadelphia and Reacting, Northern
Central, painberhust Valley and Perwlvania Railroads
dad Canal. .' •• ; - •
RAMIRO AND DRAY/NG to Ins from all parts of the
elty to the diderest Railroad' depots will be dose' at, the
very lowest rates:
FAMILIES removing will be promptly attended to.
, Orden eft wtßnnNa , Enropeanßotel,or at tile store
a t E. S. Zonings?: will •remilve printiptittention. Coe
'llmnianio n " r ebt niapeetrolly solicited'. •
PI , WALLOWER JR., MI.,
, ' . Crakse ItesdhuiDepot
MONEY PIIR,BEL -
10101ORTEMONAIES, WALLETS, POOE
ii Ad-books, Bankers' Cases, Ladies' Oahe &tab*le r ,
Ladles .Traveling Satchels. We are constantly receiving
additions to our steak of the above rodh, and neces
sarily have a fine assortment of the test styles. We
respectinlitinVite persona ward* to . purchase any of
the above articles to examine the. •atocir—knowing that
a greeter Variety or lbetter.goods mum be towel in the
KIIMLER'S iris and Panay Store, t
Marketostreet) infidoor teat of loarth steeet, south
side. ' me.
385 & 307 43#0.A.DWAY,
00411 p: OF e FILLEXLIN STEM*,
NEW YORK ,
T1:1I8 ftrat•olass house—the most quiet,
homelike, and &meant hotel in the city—og'e'e
superior- inducement,. to those' vatting NOP YORK for
seethes:sou pleaaure. It is central In its keatlon, earl -
.Itept on the;
• INFHOPEL.II PLAN , j
'71C 1 r1:111r* A" 81 . 1;00 N
wherereitceinnients Wititd - at iillhoitre; or served
in their own sooms. The chaps aromodernte, the
-room' and attendance of the first order—natito,Awd 11l
the modern sonventenme stashed. -main!
? aitakirgiatit ::41662,
, WHOLESALEL , .. DRUGGISTS -
D 34.1,Ejtii) in- Fanoy Goode,. Per-
Asa.' 'Altkoients fRr the iria:Ar Relined
Petrolattm,-Ellikinuttior:uli; stopeifor to "Any mod ;
ttioistealliituyquAntidlia at theloweit market 'AWL
170 and 172 Williant&reet
'Nu ' YORK;
t.iO.IIIV.IIfDia,..'..NENAT 1 •
O exams . for having-loots. and . Shoeo
notadactened: &Latium tint ; oil! rive' it pellidi on
wecor greasy boots. tiaust.dcotheierof the tnee, wen
every one cannot afford two or tAteWpaiiir - of &bet or
bootw. , end;osaudnei- at"
21•• . caredrffrontquiffiritket Wrests.
. .- ..,, L ae.l7 ER'' El
.... ...AL : t, 1 .:1 1
-(jRT ER , IMD,.. .'4.101111 1
VTlTlCElq*teby. given to, tile citizens
Of Ersiiiiparg o .that, the oadollibllledb2B.44n/Wized
Al 11114Pr.to.recelie-ordersifbr eke et,:nylensunTes
.l4oo.. The oelkettuirAwlllbe• attentdietehbrthe andel
elgiiia. ./1 11 - orders left is above will 14 prompely .a -
. • • ,- • .- .. .;., *EMU LAMM, • .
.: febpitilso. ~ ~ ...,..... ..Poilesillia. Pa. I
.. . -
IBEEDS.Judt.. received !t
&philter' fcvoke of choke Garden efeede—ociinprielng
a greater viriety of Imported and home grow thee
kW I:firmbeen offered In Ws 'oltys.vrhose who 'mutY
dime to intreltutte yea dePeitd upon getting the best , lll
the world, at the wholesale and retail grocery store of
WIL,DOOIC, Jrec k 00.
100 BUILDING • LOTS FOR
Tr t '
r flaninitialointiihmeriOme bontirettibugdlnt lots
of the city or Harrisburg. on Penn atrtiet4oster=terenne,
Roes Meek ayentan; and on ' . .etsteAtreet t .' eat. of
,Pnaton ortelr + between said crack fferrisboAl
for. Millar Xarthsplors , lnonint or. the .subsoriber re
'aiding on Want street;in mod city. • JNO.•PORATICR. •
,7411Eiriciooroaz o .
The3beit article manufiietured' , tip tiftle.itad' it ."
• , • - —." OALTEKIARTS',. i
,N e ate dooitothAlkikrrebimillan k. I
CIDER 11 . " . VW)1111-AR11. I 1
ii: from c macaw selootedApples,
lia t 4nd guarantlied by.usto.bestrictly,pare
NEW---- "° • ueS, oft ""
.tb .r e ru b b e o ll
A VeaNby .dATtN.ART"'•
DRE58.49.01)31 , ...FUJ1S
A LARGE Stock of • these goods will po
jak itlsPoeed of m, two 1,4
Ilaat,daar,l9 tha-Hardalvirg Stair.
FRESH lot of choice Garden Seeds just
retched, and for sale low by
NEMIOLS & BOWMAN,
m20:1 Goner td.ltiont and Market sheets.
flPlPLlM,Vinintry Fancy Soapi
%.) Irtaltieladicii&iiibs by,' `''
NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
Okraeeltrogt:and 1164.4 et streets.
CEDAR TUBS,. BASKETS, BROOM
J and everything In the line, just !rifted In Jar
luantitlea and for very low by • •
WK. DOCK, Jr. & 00..
JUST REUNITED. 1
SECOND LOT of Comic . and Sentimen
tal vatentatee, rit lUyerent- prices.
leblls y ' '' ' BCELEFFIKR , B Bookstore .
'AMILY WASHING BLUE, an excel
Eleni substitute for Indigo, for se le ai the wholes..
igllll/10. Milne of •
. • NICHOLS &111141.41, , 4
• oornerefirot. tutdattirtet street& t
. . ..._ ,
liadig toont, NALL, CLOTH, HA T
laike. old INPANAIIRIDIHNL
01100 ' AM' rANOWBTOR' •• • • • •• . •
-,., ~ 0.. 0 . ~,, ~... .1 , AP? ig ' 'll 433 , '. •• 1, • 4 . .1. ^ ,
RELMBOLTPS GENUINE PREPARATION
..nictux antordwisitisro ,.
MRCP! CND pulp icirRAGT 'Buono,
A Positive sod Speak Remedy
For mem,* or the BLADDER, rllplatrai
and DROPSICAL SWIELINGV - •
Thus Medicine increa-es the power of DISIWIJew, and
excites the ABSORBENTS int . hes/ASY haWaii D 7 Irk "
the WATERY OR CALCAREOUS detiesidens, and all UN
NATURAL ENLARGEMENT'S are"resat' rar iniAl as
PAIN AND iNFLAMATioN, and is mid for
• MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN.
HELMEOLIPS isrrasur Bucau,
Arising from .1110658613, Habib; of ENselpation; Early In
dhiceesion or. Abuse.
NITENDRD WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS i—
indispmjtion to Exertion, Loss of Power
Loigof Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Horror of Melilla, Wakorainges
Dimness id VlBlOll, NM in the Ram, ,
iJoiversai Lassitude of the Mucci ' ar System,
Hot Hands, Plash* of toe 800,
Dryness of the Skin Eruptions on Us FRCS,
• PALLID worms/dos,
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, wideb Ibis med.
loins Invariably removes. soon Ibi owe
I it LIIIPOTENCY. FATUITY, EPILEPTHI W ri
' L.cf WHICH THE PATIENT MAT RE.
Who cnn say that they are not frequei.dy followed by
guise "DIREFUL DISBASES,"
. . • f.114.141.14rY. AND CONSUMPIIOI4."
MargYaire : aware of the cause of their suffering;
BUT NONE WILL CONF&S.
TBti lizoo BBS OF THE I N.SANE Asylums,
lad the4f4micliali Deaths by Coiummitioit,
• ' Alt mina Arcrusee.tovez Isom or ma Eton.
TaspoN:STlrtlluzi AFFECTELO WITH
Requires the aid of medicine toetrec r l tr s sod
- the SpMeat,
alasinoWit HEW* !Bum isvartamy
AtingsX,Witz cowirsos min snimammemog.
.01.13.011 YOUNtlalNela MARRIED, on omniert.t
. TINS . ISA RRI AGg.
iiatirranritcraoss PODOLIA& TO !WAIFS,
theJleineoliteette.b unequalled by any other remedy,
aubt'tlblasodsorßetantion, Irrogobtrity, Paestum, or
.13uppreetkorror Customary Evarmatioas, Clammed or
Elotrrboasilato the Maros, Lemoorham Whites, Sterd
Ity, mid for altoompirdots ineldent to the sett, wbethat
Artaingitrom , Didiatratioo, Habits of Diettpetton, or In
DECLINE 0 : .CRANGS
TOMS T C:I LIPS.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITIPUT It I
Mx. NO NONE Etc ram, Mictrirr, os
POE INPZZAN.(NT AND DANDNNOUS DISONIN.
Wind!MOLD'S R.I7BALGT 13001111
In all their Rages, At little axpease ;
Little or no change in Diet ; No insolvable ,oe;
And ISO Ilkspontre.
It causes a frequent desire and OM strength to Urinate.
thereby removing Obstructions.
Preventing and Oaring Strictures of ton Ur Ana;
Allaying Pain and Indiammation, so frequent in the
class of diseases, and expelling all Poisonous, Duns sed
and teens-out Mater.
Teol:llAnDa VPON Tanosameo
RHO H 4112 B&W THE PICT', MS OP Quacks,
sod who have paid awn ran to be cured in N. btlo , t
time, have (bond they were deceived, and that the • POI
POW, has;by the nee of urowsarm. eararsoasrs, " been
driod'ap to the system, to bras , ont lO an aggravated
PRRFIAPS AMR MARILL4O6.
Use EIIiIIa3UALNITHAOT Brelti for all .iff , ottone Bad
Musses of the
MALE OR FEMALE,
From whateier cause originating and on matter f
'RGW*LONG S ICANDING.
Dlmasses or. three Organs require the aid of DIVER /0,
HELM/lOU)'S EXTRACP RUCH
IS THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And.* certain to have the desired eßeet to all Diastases
FOR: MILOS IT IS RADOM MENDED.
Evidence of EA,s , most ratable assidsespostaie al= rooter
will accompany the medetee•
OraTIPICIATIO3 OF CURES,
• /lone fo 20 yearn tiamdav,
WITH KUM EITOWO TO
SCIENCIN AND FA.1.01.
Price $1 00 per bottle, or six for $6 00.
Detivered to any address, securely packed Prom Miser
DESCRIBM symProsta IN ALL COMMUNICATIONS
Carta Gaaranteed 1 Advice Gratis I
-- - .
Personally appetred before me, an Alderman of dm
ally of Phlladelphlt, H. T IiZIJUIOLO, woo being duly
sworn, dour say, his preparationi contain no aarcnno, no
tablememory, or otherlnjurious drugs, but ampuraly
B. T. BIBIBBOI.D.
Sworn and subscribed before me. thla 254 day of No
vember, 1854. WM. P. RIMED, Alderman,
Ninth St above Race, PhDs.
Address letters tor information in conildeuce so IL T. HELMI3OI;D, Chemist;
Depot, 104 South Tenth St., bel. Cbestatut, Phlia,
BEWARE OF rE tains:lTS
AND UNPRINCIPLED DBILLEEIS,
Who endeavor to dispose "or Imam own , and «maw
AMMAN ON PHI MUTATION ANNUM BY
Helmbold's Genuine Preparation a,
66 a intract (Who,
46 " Improved Rose Wash.
Sold by C. R. Keller, D. W, Growl, J. Wyeth,
AIM ALL DRO9P2S2V Erintrwuzas.
ASK FOR HELRBOLD'S. TARN NO OTHER
Out oat the ettvertireinent and seed tar IL
.• AND AVOIDINPOSITION AND lan:WU .
D. GEO. W. sr.ge„ graduate of the
sillakorfrCkalete 04 Dental dorgery, havin4 perma
neatly mated in the otty 04 Barriebury MA taken the
Milne tartner.roosupied by Dr. Gorges, on WIWI street,
.between Market +ad Walout, respectfully itftrma his
.Mende and the tannic in general, that be le prepared la
perform alt operatiaua .0 tail Dental twofer:ton, Mlle.
11111116114 OP meentunasal, ID a manner t bat shall nm in
aurpeased by °aerator,. in this or any other city. U's
.mode of invertms artittnial teeth pen the
proved scientific aranaplen.
Teeth. from 01184,0 r lull Hot, mounted en lib,.
vet, Pladao, plates or the Voleautto Base.
take great pleasure in recommending the &nut , . ,en
Unman to all my former Ff.:Wants of fisrrieburg and et
unity and reel confident trial Inc will perform, ali nperk-
Utile in a scientific, manner. tram my knawleagc of his
" F 1 aIIRGAs ii 11 i.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS.
BEST'PENS in the world, for 75c, $1 25
$1 AO, $2, $3, and st, for sale at
rel3lsl FICEUNFEWS Bookstore.
~ LARGE ASSORTMENT of Family
A males at different styles or binding, at 90e, $1 25
41 50,12, $B, $5 andslo. Also Pocket Bibles of dif
ferent styles and primal. fIOHSTIBBIBBookatcwe.
CHOICE Teas, Green and Black, for sale
low by NICHOLab & BOWMAN,
rebll Corner Front and Market streets.
.Natrona, Magnolia, Lucifer,
and other non explosive brands, for sal a low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Mart et streets.
GARDEN SE.EDS.— Fresh garden seeds
from Baletl, Philadelphia. For sale by Nichols ik
Bowman, corner of Front and Market streets. mr-y
URI. , SII Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Co
x coa-nute, & &e , Jon received and tbr sale by
Corner 2 rout and Maraet streets,
H AM-. —Three ti andred Oxtoo
Elam. n,. rpr4lved Oy • '
`"e fib .1
MACKERBL Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in all sized
packager. A large supply just received, and each
package Warranted as represented for sale by
WM DOCK, Jr., k Co
FRESH Lemons , Apples,' Cranberries,
for sale by NIOHOIS & BOWMAN,
)41 earner Front and Market street,
COFFEE.—Barley, Rye, Wheat, Dande
lion and all preparations. For sale by if idiots &
Bowman, owner of Broil and Market streets. mp y
CHOICE Syrups, Loveringa and other
choice brand; for sale by
NICHOLS & IftiWMAN,
116 corner Front and Market streets.
BIJCIC. -WHEAT MEAL and CORN MEAL
mast received an or sale low at
• - -NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
16 corner Front and Market-street!.
- HAY! I!
4.BijitßlOß article of Baled Hay, at
$l7 Overton for age by
•18 - - t JAM M. WHIBLI/L.