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i ARRISBURG, PA
Wednesday Morning, March 21, 1862.
NuTICS TO ADVERTIBERB.—Business notices in
to local column, and transient advertisements,
tog invade* be acco npanied with the cash,
to insure their insertion in the TELEGRAPH.
For su,--A Turkey morocco portmondie con ;
m i n ing a Email amount of money and some
po•hp stamps . The owner can have it by
„mpg at this office, and paying for this• ad
6010EID'S OPSILI HOWL—WS well conduct
piseeof rational amusement nightly increases
the admiration of our citizens. Without exag
eration this is the best Operatic Troupe that has
aver visited this city. The drolleries of Dixy
aaa iloran keep the audience in a ;continual
roe of laughter, while the sweet ballads of
Cirucruss roust charm the most fastidious ear.
stcphens, evidently young to the minstrel tut
posseEses a very pleasing tenor voice,
oil sings with much taste and feeling. The
dancing of Sanford, Jr., and Dougherty elicited
wadi merited applause. An entire change of
prirsiume will take place this evening, and
o ust who wish to "laugh and grow fat"
s hould not fail to see Dixey and Becket, in the
e stravagauza of "Handy Andy."
DAVIS . PANORAMA OE AMERICA AND THE GREAT
lioratos.—This popular and highly artistic
panarama will be again exhibited, at Brant's
in this city, next Friday evening. It is
n ow fairly More the public, and the interest it
has excited, and the applause it has elicited,
wherever it has been exhibited, are the best
evidenced of its intrinsic artistic merit. Time
does not detract from but Increases its attrac
tions: a first visit will insure a second. As
we have often referred to this sublime painting
ci itically,and as thousands of our citizens concur
in our estimate of its splendor, it seems unne
ces.ary to refer to it more in detail. The read
ers of our country's history should by all means
witness this glorious delineation of events, in
which the art of the painter speaks to the mind
and heat of every spectator.
Tea OM LOci•up is almost tenantless now
)'nights. The habitues of a year ago have mostly
; . one on another route. Many of them have
;Misted, and not a few have ceased their pil
trimage, and repose quietly in the cemetery
attached to the County Alms loose. Poor
'bummer!" yours is a hard life; no one to care
or you, few even notice you, unless to shrink
away and sneer at your rags. Many are brought
to this mode of living from force of circum
'Sanwa. A turn of the wheel and the rich
Mall of to•day may be the beggar of to-morrow.
The oue you sneered at for his raggedness may
do len the same kind turn when fortune has
dbetted yon and flown to him. Then when
you can do a kindness do it. Don't hold back
sod let some one else do what it was your duty
behead to. Don't neglect a man because he
has n t the same view'and opinion of matters
that you ave—because he has descended a step
ia the social circle—because he is not of the
upper class. Again we say, don't do IL "All
is sot gold that glitters," neither is all silver
that sparkles. There Is no particular moral or
puiat in this item, but there are some things
shin turn up in a man's lifetime; and these
sue some of the it.
Tag Lea ON JESIISAINAL—This lecture,
he third in the Young Men's Christian Asso
glides COLITSe, delivered Tuesday night by the
W C. Cottell, in the Methodist Church, was
12 every respect a complete augment The
thud, which is one of the largest in , the , city,.
was completely filled, and the ability with,
which the lecturer handled his subject may be
inferred trbm the fact that he held the close
attention of Ws audience for more than an hour
aed a half. Thu oral descriptions wi re rendered
more vivid and life-like by numerous Mips,
Charts and paintings, upon which were depicted
places, scones and characters which were
described• Among these illustrations was a
large topographical map of the city of Jam-
Won, drawn from a photograph taken upon
th e spot, allowing the walla, the gates, the
greete, and the prominent bitlidings of "WI
Chy, chief of which, latter of course, was
mosque of St. Omar, built upon the site of
the ancient temple of Solomon ; within !A i hCiek°
pouts no Christian Jew, or dog-Lthe Mos
/It for bad, wale, worstdare now 'sethis
foot. There was also an excellent ground plan
of the city, showing the different streets, the
garters ialiabited by the various nationalities
led religions that congregate there, and many
other interesting features of city. Both of
lbws maps give also a correct and clear idea
of the valley of Jehoeephat, the Mount of Olives
sod other of the environs. There were also a'
Aerober of figures illustrating the grotesque
%domes and characters to be met with in
?Caine. The lecture was delivered ins fatal
-41 c onversational style, w hich rendered it vet -
% %mire, and was full of information of the
hiittst interest, enlivened by occasional happy
1111 /tions to an Oriental traveler's experience
itlitt provoked the laughter of the audience.
1 4 music by the Harmonic, was as
I ttlilent and appropriate, except the misunder
kAing among the audience as to the order
Wr tereises, which led many to leave before and
4° 44 the singing of the last piece, the beauty
which was thus in a great measure lost to
t4B e Who remained: The success of this course 1
O leetures so far has vindicated the wisdom of
thlecture committee in availing themselves
ii ! ti le cheerfully rendered services of our own
4 rfiY, instead of p tying lecturers from abroad
wh ose lectures in all probability would not be as
e:nd.,and certainly not acceptable to our citizens,
''Bhoun by the tact, that no foreign celebrity
t vr hired by the association to lecture fo r .
f :iz, had as large an audience as the one that
Was prevent last night . The next lecture will
deliverer by the Rev. Dr. Hay, in , thelle;47
ttr.‘i! Church, on Tuesday evening, April Bth : ,
'443evt: ite miniscences of a Residence in Goer-
ARRIVAL OF 'FRI RINAINIII,Or Qat4 Mt. G.
MossAv.—The remains of Col. Wtn. G. Murray,
of the 84th Pennsylvanja regiment volunteers,
who fell In the battle against the rebels. near
inchester, Va., last Sunday, arrived here by
the regular passenger train from Charebersburg
11 o'clock yesterday
Although the anticipated arrival at that hour
was not generally known, yet several hundred
of our citizens, including many females, were
at the depot awaitiog the approach of the train.
The remains were enclosed in an ordinary
walnut coffin, trimmed with crape, and were
accompanied by Second Lieutenant Charles
O'Neal, of company C, & sergeant and two pri
vates, all of the 84th regiment, detailed as an
After some time spent in removing the coffin
from the car to the beam of Mr. J. B. Boyd,
in waiting, a procession was formed, which
moved as follows :
Committee of four gentlemen, personal friends
of the deceased
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Lieut. Barrett, Lieut. O'Neal, Bergsma of the
EN Excellency Gov. Curtin, Quartermaster
General Hale, and Commissary General
Joint Committee of the Legislature to accom
pany the remains to Hollidaysburg.
Senate—Messrs. Belly, Serrill and Glatz.
Souse—Mena. Banks, Gross and Blanchard.
Delegation of the Friendship Fire Company, of
which the deceased was a member
Delegations from other Fire Companies.
The hearse and cortege passed slowly up Mar
ket street, followed on the sidewalks by an Im
mense concourse of people, while the doorways
and windows of the residences were thronged
with spectators, wbo witnessed the solemn and
impressive scene with feelings of the' deepest
veneration and respect for the memory of a
brave and gallant officer.
Upon the arrival'of the hearse at the resi
dence of the mother of the deceased; corner of
[Jae and Second streets, the coffin was o.lrried
Into the front parlor of the building, where
the upper portion of its lid was opened, in
order to afford his sorrowing mothei, sisters and
relatives an opportunity of viewing the features
of the deceased, after which the doors were
opened to satisfy the curiosity of the public
with a similar opportunity.
The countenance of the deceased, with the
exception of the palor brought with death, re
tained all its features, and was easily recognized
by those familiar with it when animated and
From a conversation with one of the'ettCort
we learn that the gallant : deceased received Ids
death wound by being struck with a grape shot
in his forehead, which tore oft and shattered
the frontal of his skull.
Previous to being wounded his horse was
shot from unrker him, and 3t wairwmp:attvarrr
log with the color-hearer of the regiMent, and
when he *as beneath the folds of the stars and
stripes, he teceived thifahtl shot, and fell ex
claiming, "Forward tthe charge."
As a mark of respect to the deceased, the
flags in various sections of the city were all at
half-mast to-day, and the fire bells were tolled
during the progress of the hearse beariog the
corpse from the depot to the residence of Mrs.
The body of the deceased will remain over
night at his mother's residence, and be taken to
Hollidaysburg in the train for the west which
leaves here at nine o'clock to-morrow morning,
accompanied by his relatives, the decort from
the 84th regiment, and the Legislative com
mittee appointed for that purpose.
Foe. Dia LODZ. —0 in storekeepers and dress
makers have opened the epilog faahlons for
ladies' wear. Thanew.spring eilks.are.....all in
plain chew leaf patterns upon. a changeable
ground. Tne dark colors, brown, steel, purple,.
green, etc., changing with white, and the fig
ure chew in darker shades of,the same color.—
A ride sash is elaborately wrought in thupet
te for the dress. A ne w silk tor evening
dresses, of a very magnificent„ and
character, has made its appearan i ce,lt r iepholn,,
very thick and rich, and is made to exactly re
semble the burning, liquid lava from. Mount
Vesuvius, and is called "Vesuivo.” It is nei
ther scarlet nor crimson, but a brilliant, flame
colored red, which requires the relief of white
point lace to set it off to the best advantage.—
Short dresses take the place of the old fashioned
"street sweeping machines." This change will
go' slow, as long dresses cover a multitude of
large u.nderstandiugs 'Some enterprleing man
has invented an,t patented au "anklet" for the
ladies. It consists of a simple band of patent
leather, three inches in depth, lined and made
to tit on the ankle, above or just reaching the
gaiter bdot They are cut in such a manner " as
to give grace and ease to the instep, and, are
faiitened on with small pearl buttons.
Pusan Anon ran dna CarnroL.--.Truit after the
adjournment of the House of Representatives at
one o'clock yesterday, Mtissra. Johaßmtdi and
E S. Capron, assistant clerks of the House, ap
proached Mr. Speaker Rowe,and on behalf of the
chief clerk, E. H. Rauch, formally presented him
with a handsome gavel, as a token or the donor's
regard for hie many fine social qualities, and his
uniform urbane and courteous deportment;'
while performing his official duties. ,Tiac pres
entation remarks were made by Mr. Small, and
they were replied, to by the Speaker. iz L a neat
I and appropriate manner. the gavel is made 01
ivory, richly mounted with gold, and contains
the following insciiptlon, "To Ilon. • John
Rowe, Speaker of the llonse of Representatives
for the session of 062, by R. H. Ranai,' Chiel .
pie whole "trek ites 4et up without - e l m:
avi2tifi h dima t i on , gvendO,M4.llo,lfe, and the
denouement. , of comae, took him fakir by ear
O n . t • ... Li v.,
clg Moot), of
I:insivvor..—Many. persons indulge in the
habit of mutilating and tearing down handbills
at stores, hotels and other public places, g$ eat ly
to the detriment of those who pay for the
Printing and posting these bills ; perhaps they
fire not aware that they are violating the law
by so doing, and rendering themselves liable to
a fine and costs. They should he'cautions or
they may find it an expensive indnLence.
ROBBEEtY AT TM DEPOT. —A letter WBB received
this morning by Mayor 'Kepner, Vont a gen
tlernan of Willia•osport Pa., stating that be
was raked between nine and ten o'clock last
Fridaf:'-nWnt,.: at the . permylvapia;Baiyiiad
depot, in this ciff;iiiii j •;filliiceolitiiinitig the
stun of $6B, and that he heard ofanother gen-
tleman who was relieved at the same time of
a puree ?;;litigriii3glSpiN. The *Fj4k i l»:,lllirAs
the thief to be a shorf, t~iick-set man, with
bltick hair, wearing a ,black sack coat ancl ligh t
. Dxaym or 14. , Joan , 13. We regret to
announce the . death of Mr. JOhn B. Boyd, keeper
of the Dauphin c ounty prison, which Occurred
a little after 't wo r . iesterdaY. The
immediate cause of Mr. Boyd's death was a
severe attack of congestion of the brain at an
early hour yesterday morning, a notice'of which
appeared in last evening's Teiscutara. The
deceased was about 45 years of age, a native
of this city, and has always borne au Jrreproach
abfe character for honesty and integrity. His
death will create profound grief among:Mt
numerous friends. He leaves a wife and six
childten to mourn his untimely loss.
A Maw FAB Bar,.—The following bill has
passed both Houses of the Legislature, anil'ia
now in the hands of the Governor for , his ap:
AN AOT establishing a fee bill in certain cases
in the county of Dauphin. .
Simms 1. Be it mewled by the &mate and goad
of I . lepresentaliues of the Commonwealth of Penit,4l-
varna in General Assembly met; and it is hereby ais
antid by the authority of the same, That the fees,
or Costs, to be hereafter charged or received, or'
demanded, or taken by the mayor, alderman,
or justices of the peace in the city of Harris
burg, or in the county of Dauphin, in all cases
wherein any person,.orpersons shad be charged
with - being vagrants,., idle and - diserderly,
drunk and disorderly persona, or for drunken
new, or breach of the peace , or with commit
ting an assault, or assault and battery;
be its follows : For all praceedings in all, or
any of the above stated elms, eicept ctusid'of
assault, or assault and battery, the bum of
twenty cents, and 'no more than twenty . cents;
shall be charged by the said officers' m - either
of such cores, for any official servioei rendered
therein for commtting to prison' any person
charged with either of the above offences, ek.
cept cases of assault, or assault aril battery;•
the sum of twenty-five cents, .no , more, , or
further fees than- as above stated, , shall 3be
charged or paid to the said officers irtaity case.
wherein two or more' personsare arrested , fori
committing- any of the said affiances- at the
same 'time tinctplace, except in cases of assault
and assault and battery. •
go. 2: That in , the above , named cases, ex
cept in cases of assault, or assault and battery,
the fees to be charged and received, or demo.-
ed, or taken by the constables in the said
city and county, or by the chief police con
stable, or police constable, pr other officer of
the: said city, shall be as follows, to wit : For
arresting any person, or persons, according to
law, either upon or without warrant, or other
process, and taking such person or persona
before either of:thedfficers namedilnithu pne-o
adding section of this act for any of .e Offentrest
therein specified,' exceot ' -
assault and battery, the sum of twenty cents
for any of ,the offences thereinspoified, except
cases of assault and. aosault:and. battery, .for.
committing to prison. upon process issued , .
either of the officers named in the preceding
section of this act, and. includingg , mileage t.for
all persons arrested • Within • theAimits of the
city of Harrisburg twenty-five cents for all per
sons arrested -for any of the offences named a
the' precedb:ig section of this act, except mom
of assault,' or assault and battery without .the
the limits of the city of Harrisburg, when such.
miles actually traveled would exceed two
three cents for each mile actually travel
ed in making said arrest and committing to
prison ; but in no case shall mileage be charged
separately for making said arrest and commit
ting to prison.
Roo. 8. That in all cases of assault, or as
sault and battery, wherein the grand jury shall
return the bill of indictment a true bill, the
fees now allowed by law in such caaeOshall be
paid tothe said officers in:the mods and Mut
ner now prescribed by law,. and in all cases of
assault, , or assay*, and battery: wherein the
guard-jury iihallietinti"the bilk Of indicted& '
ignoramus, or not a true bill,. no fees .9 1 C WSW
shall be paid by the county of Dauphins to any
of the officers named in the. preceding SCOOPS
of this act, and all laws heretofore_enected,. or:
nov' in force providing for the ~Purrtent
fees or costs, to any or all Of the °fib:mg:named ,
in the preceding sections of,- . this act
be, and the same are hereby repealed,. so ~far as
relates to the city of Harrisburg midi the
county of Dauphin. :
Foa &Ls very cheap, one large-
Safe, made by Evans & Watson. at the
office of the Central Insurance 'Crinikuiity.
Mar2s-2t L B. Miming, Teller.'
New (loons.—l am now selling off my entire
et* of goods at And,..trislow cent, or 25 per
oent. cheaper than you can purchase elsewhere,
viz: fine linen shirts, 75 eta. to .$1; Shirts, 60 .
eta; ' and '6O eta. with liiienUirotriS; night
shirts, 50 cts ; under shirts and drawers; 40
chi to 87 eta:, all wool ; monkey jidkets,lo
eta to 81; cotton and woolen hose 10 cte. to
16: ets ; silk ties; 124,46'and 18 eta "; 4 obliartr;'
Sets. to' 16'ehr: A piece; ladles' collanf;g4f and
6 :cts.; cuffs, 4 and 5 eta. apiece; under
sleeves, 18 eta.; InleAattibrilf lit Ili ai 18 eta.
per yard, wortu 25 eta.; Marseilles bosoms of a
new style, and fast collars, 12,} eta.; all linen
bosoms, 16 eta. and upwards. If you want
chimp and good goods. just_go to James A.
'Lynn, at the Harrisburg Cheap. Shirt Mann
factory, where he is selling off without reserve.
N. - 13.-Bbirts, &c. made to measure, Room
next to Hummel & Killibger's grocery store,
' .-. r , ;•‘ .-ill."- -
Two Huanasu PLZOIS of beautiful new sprinj
calicos; a large lot of bleached and unbrildr
muslin of the best- make); blue, at
12/ cents per yareff white Simi' king; stVl2l.
vents ; another lot of those good white rib
beg stockings ; ladies' pocket4tandkeraiefs,
at; 121 cents;_UhildOn'svocket handkerchiefs,
with horcker;.'l6: l ts.,--" shirk breasts ; 12},
15. and up. to 87 1 cents; 26 pieces new nt
stiff ;, dadershirts mind drawersveri a 1.,
cotton and "woolen ' socks, at all pr s ;
40' dozen woolen stockings , ftir ehildre 124:
cents; li yard bleached muslin 12} coots ;
alt wool-French rrierinos alleolers,l at. 6 and
yol magi EliVing:'boitiO the balance f(7' the
i t as,
a ka ii de l iimilesio house Cif plait -and
: garb's mturlhut,; lbrillants, * Witibi cam
b , Ransack and Victoria lawns sults% for
dr Cat eibielbars ward and
d I :andhsatninisr-aniirtithe time to-Itly. - , Our..
' ' k °fill& IA kked - W'llf aliglaiirry , -: i Jr..
Rhoads' Old Staiditt,
I 1 Mart
A fIARD TO THIS LADica.
0' DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS FOR FEMALES.
, eau the to lo • ing certificate" from one of the are t
la , in Mies, N. Y., whe'delled upon my agents in that
an Me: Wm.. Brunel At p0.,1 and told them thatv•tie, of
eo - ißdniAt iris fiber!, mime imiuld publiei..but II any
on • mild donut die . Won , erful Mireiency of Da. Heron
nit t :Idea NM, they might refer any Lady to her, as
she i underact it a ditty, as well is a phi-unite, to her
Itn , ledge of their ellki-wy, PIS - administered to her
Ida , I ter, a young lady 17 years old. who WWI fast go
ing to cone anpti.m—had taken cold—nature became
o noted Two boxes of these Golden Pills entire
ly red her, and site Is now In robust health
' wer „Artienhar in buying thegenaine. Full , and
eit i It directions Utportipanying e oah box Price sl.
SO. wholesale and retail by 0. A Bansvisr, No. 2,
Jo. Row, nd C. K. isusst, 01 Market. street, Harris- 1
bh „At. ily,sending either of them $1 00 through; he
lie sburg Poet Odice the Ells will ea sent confidentially
,by il to any part of the country; "free of postage."
' B.—Look ont for counterfelh. Boi , no Windex' Pilb
Of y kind inninp• the Mkt it Wiggled 9it Oowe, Ail
nth sls a 'base lmboslitini 'OW inmate : therefore, at
cog value your. liven, and health, (to say, Matting of be
1 inglbumbnuod out of yam money,) :buy. only of Wow
whit chew the signature of S., D. Howe on every box.
which has recently .won video n. Recount, of the Pile;
-vine 'oentertettee. Th. Ingredients composing the
above rill s are made 'known to every Agent, slt4 they
l f and will perform all claimed for them.
I Sold leo by, T..f• Lumberger, Lebanon ; A. J. Hanin
mail, hanicebnri ;: M. Darks, fewfatown 1-.8. 101101 -
I earlisii; 8.0. Wild Newville ; .1. fit /thick, Shlppens,
burg; J Spangler,- obismbersbueg ; IS T. --tiler, York;
J. A. Wolf,- Wrightsville ; 8. C. Stevens, Reading ; and
It. P. Hunter, Reading, and by unne druggist" in every
town and vilhge In the (bolted States, and hi
ea lin . Hole Proprietor, Neer York. .
'ifityrning Jllarch 27, 1862
Ei AIR DYE I HAIR DYE I
Wm. L Batelle Dye 1
The wily ble lerlEnown
All odors tre mere im sh o uld be
Ryon wteb tb amp ri a • , 4 .
GliElY, RED Olt - HAIR dyed' instantly to a
beautiful and natural Bream or Blanc, without the least
injurrto Hair or Skin. 4
211111226 lirllAIS AND DIPLOINAB nevi, been awar
ded to Wm. A. Rannision - titian Hi 8, and over 200,000
applications have been made to tike hair of the patrons
of his tamougDye. '• • •
Wit A. BATCHBLOR'S HAIR DTB Produces a color
not, to be distinguished from nature and is wanaiorrui
not to injure in the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the ill , reels of bad D. as remedied. The hair
is invigorated feeble by thin splendid Dye, which is prep
say applied at No. 16 tiond . Steeet New 'Torn.
sold le all tbe eltes and inure of the United Stains, by
Oragelsts and Plumy Goods Dealers
Genuine has the name " Wtiliam A Batchelor,"
and address upod- 6, steal plate engraving on the four
aides of each box.
Wholessle.Factory, 81 Barclay St.,
TAW 1818 Broadway. New York
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE.
Third Stree.t, below Market.
S. S. SANFORD - - - Proprietor and Manager
Also, Sanford's Opera House, Philadelphia.
admission, 25cts.Orehistra Chairs, 60cts.
.16 I sonata Priva e box, 76
`Doors open at 634 o'clock ;Parformiume to commence
SANFORD'S, 'FAR PAINED
From Sanford's . Opera Mouse, Philadelphia,
will appear every evening this week, intro.
dining a most superb programme, consist,
13y CARROROSS and others.
NEW JOKES, ,
-" r ' --44 tfirMOEtkii and DIXBY.
VARIETY BY AI - Ai - Vail STARS.
a ; 4-t
liriati'' f iicittiitrlits la directed
on 0 . OA .
, . • tot el lowing 'works, whit& will enable.
theist 'to 'increase ' the : 043,tity inid value of
.tnOr . .-ci)itoi b' kiln abfetiPo„. and ite imPul
.o2enta.:Or, othere to tbeir.experience
STEPHEN'S RizAr.. OrTgit:TARlll, de-
t liAing 4 1 tiaaioboro Of,. husbandry .and
tfithe best way_toperf onntbeni. Price....B 60
- COLEMAN'B , ACHiIOULTI4,E and 'Real '
LANL§CAPWAftlYll:fiiElt,,iiy Allen.. ::l. 00
THE FARMER'S OOMPAII&N, by &rel.. '75
140 TUBE- ON PRAvniir, , AGRWIIL= ,
TURF‘ by. JohnstOn..... - ".. 'I.:. . , ....
.- 50 .
THE ANEBIOAIaiIARILER'inew and ant.
viirsal bandbobk, with 400 'engwrings. :2 60
AN EAST :'METHOD" V OF _ . lvi•a . liAGING
4Etk tiWaeka, • • -...„., ... . 20
Theo Nature. andffriatment of Diseases of
by Dadd .. . .`. . ; ..'" .• , •.' ...- ' . . 1 00 1
LElCAG's:*Ggrjoux. f roukt,..piEsisTir :75 -
triton "co*s'A.Ririoliar FAEMING,
,ininiAbs,.prodriction of milk' butter, -
4keise, by-Flint ' r' * - .1 50
GRAssgs AND FP/,tA,G4 PIANT§. by
, ,1.YUdi......:•••,• -...— . ~ • —....- I 50-
SA.K.TON'S HAND-BOOK, containing the - "
• ElOttos,the ..cinv,; - .the Pig, fowls, &cc, dtc• • I 'oo.
THEVAteid:KKB VICrtIONAIT and - Frac. _
ticalZurner, by.Dr,tiardoer.... I ; . .1 40.
ALLEN'S/DOMESTIC' ANIMALS...• • • ' 76
THv,Fllia)-nooK:or.:4NUR, or •
liticiAkio . k.,...r -. r. 4 , • • 1 2 6
~..t.L6, iIIQRSE 4.14D...8.1§-i;iiiiii, b y -, •
,i,etihiogEi. - , 1 -, - ,''. ~. '.•:-.-... .. ::1 .®
sou Arr ON IW. itOiii). ;.,Ij6
altirbfrAßß.Mitit and KIDD 800 K .... .1 ,00
HORSEMEANSHIP and the Breaking and '
Trithtog or Rinses •-.....'• ..'_..'. " .'.•.-..:,.. 75.
Standard . 11 ,P9ItalPOkinal 1 44.) 0 4-ftiaLiYarY
Ithitig in the stationery line, atlowest pricovat
' --BERGNER'S- 011 W BOOK MBA.
N iW MILITARY ,EUBLIC ATIONS
j:.The Art of. War by .Baron de- ;Tomini, with appendices; maps ' and
engrairbigs . S 1 60
1 1 4 1 417
Silas 'Casey, 11. B. .2= 50
Prncti g ent TrOatkul'-onßirstigthening And
Defending Out Poata ,_` Villages,
..i.n. , :referenoe to .the
Datieaof Officers of 41equets,- by
ngerkiL : 4 75
' rteld:ll f
Poppet-AA anus or Battalion
Drill. ......... SO
Co otkrisii;tWins of •
at i ' BERGNSWlrPteipidok/SiON.
- - ON
It RITAAP • 0 cYL Lll 914,
WO , ZILIOLS_of iiineteeii. *reeks ;each,
commencing . Arid& Eisiiirfttitoriibielit. .
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( . 3 :074 1 . s h= 4. llOyal Profte 0 .
Cambridge, Mrs., Feb. W 2. zo43.ft
M., aokerel No 1 2
_Llwho.. or -- 1 • 3 * " 0, in
by Rftsh barolre for saie law
m2O-y NICHOLS BOWMAN;
COMer o[Front sod Mlr4st grad*
OIL, Lampe.. Shades; ; Chhtmeys,
sad an everything *mooted withtho Oil basi•
nem. NT silo low by . . - ....
‘ 1 NICHOLS li BOWMAN, ,
41.-20 y • Comer Prod Rod Harcet streets.
IXTRik• Family 'Flour,= SUperior Corn
Meal, Buereltameal: Mar eale low by
ortront, and Market street& _
vanity ,of -useful
NICIiOLS & BOW:MAN,
Corner of Front and Market Streets.
(V. Hummel's old stand,)
yAVE determined to place their entire
stock of •
GaoCEltiEs ; rs,qvutiorisyllartil i si
at prices to suit the present hard times, and re
spectfully call the attention of the_ citlitine of
Harrisburg and vicinity to their extensive stock
of goods, consisting of
FLOUR, FISH, &o.
We page stik(gtopi , to COnsideribler trouble in
getting the sale of several brands of
COAL OIL, •
All of which we warrant to be
NON-EMPLCeIVE, tTEANS?AIIENT .
as far as Amongloilletil; tie haire
r itittiNOttik - Alierr
NaTRONA; - BR,
All of which we will sell wholesale or retail,
and lower than foss( other Muss
Also, all ..kinds of .• . • ,
OUT, FLINT ;INC GREEN GLASS-WABE.
We also invite attention to our well selected,'
and extensive thitrttnent gf •
Call at NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market. streets.
0 441 ti A L .fORW AR2 - 111 - 11
;COMMISSION ME/30a.kli T.
1 0D8 . & TIfPRG bln.Pli g r o tly
kJI forwarded by Phtladelphlainkft*dlag;.lftiieern
("antral, Cumberland Valley and Penneylvanta Unread*
DJ : Canal.
gAULINO AND ORAYINO to ape (non all parta 01 the I
otty. to the dllkweat 190'0611 lIWPPDI will 13 8 dfal, ak the
very lowettfritre. - ••
F 00111443 removing will be promptly atteuded
• thder4 %ft htEtraotte 'tempest:l Hotel.or a4tbe atore,
i t3.'7,olhoner will prenna atteutlon. COD- .
1.4 - zmOnt. c• - t VACUA&
• JR., Apt.,
"' 'tit& Reedlnk Depot
MONEY . 'PIIRSES.
DORTEMONAIES, WALLETS, POCK
etajooks, Bankers' Cases, Ladies' Cabs satchels,
Ladies Traveling satchels. We are constantly receiving
additions to our stock of the above gooda, and neces
sarily have a Bee assortment of the West styles. We
respeetluibr invite persons. wanting to purchase any of
the above .artisles to Okaadne the stock—knowing that
a greater variety or better goods cannot be found in the
11 MLLES'S Dive and Fancy Store,
91 Market street, one door east of .Fourth ateeet, south
side. - m 4.
'865 & 367 BROADWAY,
OOMIRE. OF FRAZiKLIBT STREET,.
ritHD ) first-class house—the most quiet,
homelike, mil pleasant hotel In the city--offere
twirler inducements:to thesis visiting N4W YORK for
business or pleasure. It Is central In Its 'location, and
kept on the
TAYLOR'S SALOON, '.
where refreshments cau be had at ail hours, or served
in antr awn r 091119. .013 iiihmves are, =Amato, the
roono and attendance of. the. first order—bathe, and all
ttle,*todern convenience attached.:• • manna
:zaiviti.l.ll BROTHER& 1t.:.-- -i
WHOLESALn ' - DM:TWISTS'
A.: Ni to - . Dt.l A. - LEAS in • Fanny G oo d s , pe r ,
.a,:. ramriry Att. -Also agents for - drl-pile of Refined
Pearoleetn; Rfineinating iAI 4 einernirte- ~y oc i a l oil;
furnished in an= 4- oe3nidee at dtelonest marene , .. a t es .
, . .
' 'l7O add 172 .Wiiliam -Pkreet
_ t:OhLETtiI,N.G. NE'WI .
NO excuse for having Boots and Shoes
not blackened. Blacking that will give a pollsty on
: wet or greasy ,boots. Just the thing for the times, when
-every one cannot afford two or three pairs of shoes or
:boots. Contend examine, at •
NICHOLS & , 130WMAN , S, •
. corner Front and Market streets.
.. . . . . .
. L 01., U . E. R:! 13 ..
ALE,; PORT ifIL AND . BEER,
:. ()TICE is-hereby given to -the citizens
• of Harrisburg, that the undersigned has autherised
r.Jil: Mager to re , :elve eiders for any Of 'DIY meanie's.
'tures' . Theaollecting will be atteaded,to..,bY the" under.
'algaecl. AM orders lett 4 above will 'be - promptly at
tended to. °SORGE LAUEs,
Yeb2246m. '. Polutllle, Pa.
largefit*dai of choice Garden Steloomprising
a greater variety' of Imported and home grosoh than`
ham; ever, been offered is this city. Those who may
,deilire to ii4ia,4,"ctut depend up.in getting the best in
,the world, at die wrioleseie and retail grocery 'More of .
Wff. DOOK., Ja. - ..t 00.
100 BUILDING LOTS . :FOR 'SALE.
111 E subscriber offers for sate, on terms
favorablerto parebaseis ore hund - ed building lots
-variously situated in the north Western and eastern parts
of the city of Barilsbarg, t o Pena 'street, Poster avenue,
'Boas streeyßidge avenue, sad on State attest, 'east-ot
'Von oreek, between said- creek and the - thirrisburig
For farther "partioulats Inquire of the Subliorlber re- -
aiding on 'Front street in said city. -JWO.-PUBSTER."".
ALL DF THE DIFFERENT SIZES,
WHITS AND ' COLOB,ED.
Thvbent article mainsactured, can '.9oll,lpEtorwre,
- Next door to the Harrisburg Ban k.
• : CIDER 1. 1 -VINEGAR II 1
ALA.D.E-froth cheiCe to selected Appl es;
an'd guaranteed by ue to be strictly pure
.x Jf.. WNW, i . -00.
AWLS! DRESS GOODS ! FURS 11
A LARGE stock of these goods will' be
disposed of at very low prices. Fine fold *l7
" al ' at
Na=t d OeTHO4KTB';
(or o theilarriebor d
-FRESH lot - of chofoe'Garifeit Seeds jnet
received, and for saki low by
=cam A BOWMAN
y2O y corner of Front and Market emote.
PaNDLES, Conn' y. Soap, Fancy Soaps
14,...Y of all kinds, fa sale by •
NICHOt. 6c , BUWMAIi,
Corner Fr:nit anti'Mars et skeet*.
CEDAR TUBS, BASKETS, BROOMS
and everything in the line, just received in Loge
Winnipeg and for gale very low by
WV. DOCK, Jr., & Co.
ASECONR,LOT of Canoe and Sentimen
tal Valentines, at grereui 'pries.
&bib y SCEIRINEW Bo9ksiore.
FAMLLY WASHING. BLUE, an excel
lent tmbstitote for Indigo, for as le at the wholesale
atmratan grocery IMAM of
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
coreer et Front and Market streets.
- pANDELION COFFEE I—A Fresh and;
Inge supply of this Celebrated Colfesj cut received
pan and. DOO4, Jr., arVo.
a AIR, TOOTH, NAIL. CLOTH, HAT,
- . 1 . - - -LATHER and INFANT. BKUSHE -, ha lova var i et y
1 WraUfrl 4 ' 1 :9 1 .. V T " ''',2-•,';••••--17%)q-;,--e'.1 -,, ,-,-
, A./ -suciAß
.InC lomelyr v
~,, ' for kw szosoueiM ., W
and Market streets.
93 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.,
-OP I •1 3 k. IV CO fa se
NTEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the beet
11 makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEST MANUFACTURED INSTRU
MENTS, FROM $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in general.
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS a) ways on
hand. *sip sent•by mail to any part of the
OVAL, SQCTARE, GILT AND ROSEWOOD
Suitable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on land.
LOOKING GLASSE S
From-smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame made to order at the
SEEDS 1 SEEDS I! SEEDS !!
TUST reoeived'arld for gale at the Agri
natural Store, 110 Market street, the
of fresh and genuine Glorrhos, iloteer and Wield Seeda fa
the State out aide of Philadelphia. Garden Seeds at
THREE CENTS'PER PAPER,
WARRANTED to contain as much as can be had
ibr.ike cents anywhere else, and in bulk, at prime which
comet be under sold.' Also Agricultural and Horticni.
tural Implements for the season. I invite attention to
my stock. DAVID HAT Nies,
mall-wBtd2w 110 Market street.
NEW HOUSE FOR SALE.
WHE new frame house now being built
jj on State street t>elow Second, will be Ifni-Led by the
Ist of April, including paving, gag end water ptteet. Ap
ply to tiEoRGB C •NILLR,
marla-dtt No. 66 Market street.
20 BUILDING LOTS FOR BA.L.E.
A SHORT distance west of the capitol,
tl frowlag on Gr tad aud Elaatua.nd Lane. Prices
$176 to 4200. Terms reasonable by eg , /. C NEla,
mar2l-d m No. 46 Market attest.
SPORTSMEN, ATTENTION I
AS Wm. G. Miller the ambrotypist,
tenthttartng muieum ito his picture rade y, he
offers good prices for all the milerent kind of w Id ducks
:usually found around Ha•risburg. leer WONd and other
tiner species of the anodicr docks, extra priers paid If
.not much damaged. WM G.
Market street below Fifth, opposite the City Hotel.
ALLARGE LOT of Black Silks.
A Fine Assortment of Plain Drees Silks.
Eng. Rep. Mourning Silks.
Small Bar Black and Purple Silks.
A NeW Stock of Mourning Dress Goods.
' A Large Line of Irish Linens, at old prices
A. Full Stock of Skeleton Skirts;
Best article ever manufitotured.
A Full Line of Gents Undershirts and Drawers
Now closing out the Mock.
Balmoral Skirts ;
Marseilles Oonnterpaines ;
Al old prices.
Allendale Spreads ;
A Urge Line of Towellings.
' Now open at
feblii-y Next door to Liu. 'Harrisburg Beek-
A. - HUMMEL,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BUFFALO AND GUM OVER SHOES,
TRUNKS AND CARPET BAGS.
/MUIR OLD STAND corner of the alley, next to the
Oourt House, Market street, Harrisburg, Pa
Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestowed upon
the late firm of A. Hummel & Co., we trust by strict at
tention to business, and by keeping a well SMIIMID nom
.or ooODS to merit a eon Milance of the same
please call and'examine our ISTOCN and rams before
Goods are purchased direct from he manufactures for
sash enabling them to sell very lOW.
CELEBRATED DANDELION COFFEE.
TUST RECEIVED a large quantity of
el, superior Dandelion Coffee, which we will Bell low
to snit the times ; alao pure ground ktio Coffee and Tur
key Coffee all put up in one pound packages. Call and
extimine at the wholesale and retail grocery More or
NICHOLS do BOWMAN,
corner of Front and Market streets.
AUGUSTINE L. CH tIYNE.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Reriderxe No. 27 North Second Street.
N. B—JOBBING ATTENDED TO.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS.
Ear PENS in the world, for 750, $1 25
$1 to, $2, $3, end $4, for sale at
*l5 y BCHBFFER'S Bookstore.
ASSORTMENT of Family
LB blest of different styles of binding, al 900, $1 'l6
111.150, $2, $2, st, $5 andslo. Also ' , octet 'Bibles of dit
jkArlt styles and prices at SOHEFFER'S Bookstore.
. 28015 y
Q,HOICB Teas, Green and Black, for sale
low by NICHOL,b & BOWMAN,
bll Corner trrostaud Market streets.
COAL OIL, Natrona, Magnolia, Luckier,
and other non explosive brands, for sale low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Brent and Mar. et imam
j ARDEN SLEDS.—Frean garden weeds
iLA from Beige, Philadelphia. Per sale by Miebold k
Borman, corner of 'Front and Market areete. m7-y
latfi.rBl3 Oranges, Lemons, liaising, Co
com-auts,& ~ eke just receive d for sale by
NIO.IIOL. & BOWMAN,
Coiner Front and Market streets
Ili," ri extra reu extra "3agg
tinge , rcerv , d by
MACKEREL Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in all sized
tankages. A large supply just received, and each
package warranted as represented, for sale by
WM BOCK, dr., !It Co •
FRESEI Lemons, Apples, Cranberries,
for sail by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner Front and Market street,
COFFEE.—Barley, Rye, Wheat, 'Janda
non and all preparations. Tor sale by Nichols k
Bowman, corner of Front ant Market streets. m7.y
CHOICE I:3yrups, Loveringe and other
choice brands, for Bale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Jl6 corner Front and Market street..
TOR-WHEAT MEAL and CORN KRA T,
japed received an for sale low at, •
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
ooroer Front - and Market streets.
e j ti . HdPEBIOR article ' of Baled Hay, at
arr oo poi ton fo.! K. wHEELVI.
Mon". E zgTORE is the piece
A fine assortment of best plated
98 Market greet