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Wednendo Afternoon, Novembe
OYSTERS 808 TRANKEDIVING.-EVY, • second
btrseet, near Mulberry, has just received One
Hundred Bushels of prime Baltimore Salts, the
best ever brought to this market, and offered
for sale now expressly for Thanksgiving Day.
Customers served by the quart, hundred or
CLOCKS, WATOKIN AND JEWELRY.-W. IL Fort
nay has opened a very choice lot of Jewelry at
74 Market street, among which will, be found
some very suitable articles for Holiday Presents.
Mr. Fortney is one of the most experienced
watch makers in the city. In this branch of
his business be bas no superior, and we can
cheerfully recommend him to the public having
clocks and watches to i epair. The public should
not fail to give him a call. ltt
* TUB POST °MOIL—The Post O ffi ce will'be
open to-morrow from six to half past eight in
the morning, and from three to four o'Oloci,iu .
the al ternoon.
NO 111LIARAPEI TO-MORROW AMILNOIO.—In
order to give the employees of the TeLsomiu
opportunity to celebrate and respect Thanks
giving day, no paper will be issued to morrow
afternoon. Our city subscribers will be served
with the morningedition of Friday.
"GOVERNOR YATES' GRAND ElassuN," ..uoimit
bla, Our Country Forever," and "Faiorite
Overtures," arranged for two piano fortes and
eight hands, together white large stock of new
and choice music, has just been received by
Win. Knoche, 93 Market street.
GRAND DRESS BALL.—The first of the season,
at Brant's Hall, this evening, promises to he a
highly pleasant and popular re-union of the
youth and beauty of the city. The, arrange
ments are all of the most complete order, and
of course all who are devoted to Terpsichore
will be there to shake a foot.
POULTRY THICTES.—Several of our friends and
neighbors, who had been feedidg gobblers and
hens for the usual Thanksgiving dinner, to
morrow, were surprised this morning to find
their stook gone—carried off by thieves. The
man who would steal a turkey intended for a
Thanksgiving dinner, would—would----would
steal the hatching eggs from under a blind hen,
and suck them.
FALL AND WIN= CLOTI#DIO. - By reference
to an advertisement in another column, it will
be seen that Messrs. Shellenberger & Bro.,
have just opened a very extensive assortment
of Fall and Winter clothing at their 'mtablish•
ment, No. 80 Market street. As mechanics
they are not only practical, but are excellent
workmen. They devote themselves to their
business exclusively, and sell their goods cheap
and, apparently, take great pleasure in waiting
Two IMPORTANT ORDINKNOXB. —We print , to
day, two very important city , ordinances,
which are worthy of the considerattou of every
good citizen. The one relating to the nui
sance of letting loose to run at large, horses,
mules, swine, sheep or goats, is important in
all respects. This nuisance has been of long
encouragement and standing, and thereforit liaki
seemed to many like the exercise of a right
to turn loose the animals referred to, to hu4t
their feed in the streets, lanes and alleys of the
city. While one man was thus enjoying a
right, he was placing whole neighborhoods in
peril, endangering not only life, but subjecting
property to injury and destruction. This the
city fathers have wisely provided against in the
future. The people will see that the ordi
nance is enforced. j'he other ordinance re
lates to the injury of shade trees, fences and
other property. Many people imagine that
the injury of a shade tree or fence by the sinii
pis process of whittling, is of slight importance.
This character of mischief is very extensiVe-i
-and added to:other modes of injuring the samiel
description of property, has been the means qi
much loss and damage to those who are d
rions of providing for their own comfort, and
at the same time contribute to the adornme 't
and beauty of the city. But the ordinance
question provides protection for such Mize.
The vandalism that heretofore destroyed wha
ever it touched, will hereafter be made reso4-
sible for its acts. Careless owners of ho e
swine, &c., and evil destrOyers of private lir
party will please read the ordinances 46 WU
Casma Bownoura'..-t-W e z dir
to the change of time for running passenger
trains over the new Air Line Route to Phila
delphia and New` York 'via . 'the Lebanon Val
ley railroad. This favorite route continues to
maintain its popularity with the public, and to
control an immense share of the travel to the
great commercial cities of the east.
Mona Coumalans.--We understand that
the counterfeiters were busy at work this
morning at Market, passing counterfeit $6
notes on the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank,
Philadelphia. Several countrymen were vic
timized. It seems that one would offer a note
and if objections were made to receive them,
another man would step forward, examine the
same and declare it good. These were no
Emit% or ArrrBTABIT SIIIMON POLLOOK.- 1 / 2 VO
understood yesterday morning, that Assistant
Surgeon Pollock, who is charged with having
issued a large number of false exemption pa
pore, has managed to make his escape. This
fact only tends to increase the evidence of his
guilt. He can run from trial, but he cannot
escape justice, as that is bound to overtake him.
It will be seen that a list of the men who
succeeded in securing exemption, by these
frauds, has been published. These are all or
dered back to camp, to undergo an additional
examination. A refusal to comply with this
order, will subject the drafted men to the pen
alty of being treated as deserters.
A NATURAL CORIOSITY.—We 'AIWA a short
time ago a remarkable cave which was lately
opened on the farm of Adam Hocker, about one
mile east of Humnielstown. Its existence was
known for a good many years, but it was not,
opened until recently, there being a popular,
notion in the vicinity that it was haunted.
There are several large ohamb - ers from which
passages lead in different directions, some of
which have not been explored. One is said to
pass directly under - what is known as the Horse
Shoe Pike, and to be a quarter of a mile in
length. It contains a number of beautiful
stalactites pending from the roof and sides, few
persons being aware of its existence, and con
sequently they have not yet been broken off
and carried away to enrich the cabinets of
MIN ORIGIN ON THANKSGIVING DAL—The
origin of fixing a particular occasion—of set
ting apart a day for general thanksgiving to
God, is puritanical. The Puritan pilgrims
were kconscientious, duViated, God-fearing
people. All they did, ras done in the fear of
God. Their most mhusteibusiness transac
tions had a peculiarity in this respect, so that
perhaps they were themost exacting and
rictly conformable to religious government of
any people that ever professed to honor the
name of the living God. But whence did this
custom of annual thanksgiving arise P This
question is answered by a cotemporary in con
densing the facts of history. The second sum
mer after the arrival of the Pilgrims at Ply
mouth, they ver vac. fa.gamteso
terrific drought Indicated the entire destruction
of their corn. Now the question was, what
shall we do? They felt that vain was the help
of man, and therefore they went to God—that
God who heard the prayer of Elias for rain.
They met together in solemn assembly to pray.
The morning gave no promise of rain. Most
of the day was cloudless and hot. But there
were men at prayer who knew the way to the
Throne of Grace. There were men who could
pray In the spirit and power of Elias. As the
shadows therefore were lengthening and the
twilightapproached, the clouds began to gather.
"The rain descended , in moderate, yet copious
showers, like the gracious influences of God."
As in the days of the prophets, so now, the
heavens gave rain and the earth brought forth
its fruit. The withering corn fields revived,
and the grateful people gathered a plentiful
harvest of full corn in the ear. The natives, it
is said, 'beheld the scene with astonishment.
They were constrained to acknowledge that thc,
God of the Christians is great and good, and a
he trer of prayer. Such a signal intefposition
of the Gracious Being upon whom they had
called in the day of their trouble, awakened in
the hearts of the colonists no ordinary emo
tions. As a marked testimonial of their de
vout gratitude, they observed a season of spe
cial thanksgiving and praise.
This, then, was doubtless the origin of the
pleasant anniversary, which, our people, and
especially the eons of New England, delight to
celebrate. May the time never come when it
shall be forgotten or shall be lightly regarded.
In this connection the following beautiful lines
by an esteemed correspondent, are very appro
priate. We trust that their perusal may afford
the read& as mach pleasure as it is gratifying
for us to give the effusion a place in our col
Written fGr the Megraph.
With thankful hearts to Thee we raise,
0, God, our song of grateful praise ;
Revolving orb and rolling sphere;
Have brought to us another year,
The earth, ita ixamties powrineorthi
Of fruiki and grains of richest, wO4,
A prbvidential care proclaim--;
0, render thanks to Gas great nume
No plagues with dire disease assail
Our healthful frames,• nor yet•prevail,
Tho.lllo and.pains of lifedecay—
Neceive, 0" God, our thanka; we pray
Almighty Lot Mar Father,
0, wire A na from•thir 40
1404* rod ;
Our nation's eine; 0, Lord,' forgive ;
Grant us again in peace to live.
May strife be banished from onr land—
May those who war, like brothers stand,
In firm accord, in firm array,
Our nation's hope and certain stay.
Through all the land let thanks ascend
To God, indulgent, kindest Mend ;
Through all the lewd"-to'God let's pray
That war's red hand no more :may slay.
Baltimore, Nov. 22,1862.
scans itettaraph, .11:14 eobap 'Afternoon. November 26;1862
BY A. WOLOOIT, Mg
dram of Niw Anksanan.—Fourreert
young women of Brentwood, New Hampshire,
went a few nights since to the house of an aged
farmer who had Sent three sons tc the war, and
husked one hundred bushels of corn for him.' i
; , •
,TO PURE ♦ FZIAN.—When one of these
painfd tornwmts appears on the hank - says an
exchange, apply a piece of rennet soaked in
milk to the affected part, and renew the appli
cation at brief intervals, dntil relief is found.
The rennet may be obtained of any butcher. It
hag been tried in matty cases, and It has never
failed to, afford relief. '
LAST NIGHT or ;THa .DHAILATIO COMPANY AT
SANFORDS' OPERA HOUSE.--tThis Company under
the management of Mr. B. Johnston take there
leave of AB after to-morrow night; and we 'Must
say we are really sorry, for during their stay
amongst ni we have passed many a pleassnt
hour in witnessing there performance, although
they have presented only the lighter portions
61 the draMit, all that they have done has been
done well. We bespeak for Miss Nellie Germon
the charming young lady, a blight future in
her profession, Miss Wayland, the new addition
to the Company is very clever and adds much
to the,attraction. To-morrow they give a per
formance in the afternoon, and also one in the
THIII PULPIT ON I'HANINGIVING DAY. -- Froin
what we can learn, indirectly through those best
capable of knowing, the sermons of the differ
ent pastors, to-morrow, will not alone discuss the
topics usual to the pulpit, though we have no
right to announce that the discourses in con
templation will depart from what is appropriate
to the pulpit.
Rev. Cattell will preach in the O. S. Presbyte
,corner . of Third and Pine streets,
at the usual hour. Tiie well known eloquence
of this gifted and accomplished preacher will
not &ill ki attract a large congregation on the
Bev. Frank Moore will occupy the Methodist
pulpit. Few pulpit orators in this country
haVe acquired a brighter reputation for ferien
cy, lore and sincerity, than Bev. Moore. The
public attendirtg this church may confidently
expect to hear a sermon at once appropriate to
the occasion. Front what we can learn, it is
more th i n! probable .that. Rev. Moore will take
advent:Agri of the Obcttsion to'utter thosis whole
some admonitions to loyalty and patriotism so
becoming, when they emanate from the pulpit
with truth and sincerity.
Rev. Robinson will discourse from the N. S.
Presbyterian pulpit. ; The piety and patriotism
of this reverend, gentleman, added to his genius
and learning, make him rank very high among
the men who are steadily laboring for the
purity of government and the good of mankind.
We risk nothing In declaring that Rev. Robin
son hasnO superior 9reoicuintry inAhe zeal
oneness of his devotion to noble purpose of, re
ligion and patriotism.
Rev. Hay will preach from the Lutheran
pulpit. In this city no other man has labored
more steadily or earnestly ` for the achievement
of what he conscientiously deems , right. He
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working .out of good for 'mankind. In thri
church and in society he is alike untiring and
zealous. Those who , visit his church to-morl
row will undoubtedly hear a discourse at once
pleasing and profitable.
The Catholic pulpit will of course be filled,
and the ueual,religious exercises be had in re
spect for the occasion, but we have not been
able to learn whether the regular priest in
charge . would officiate, or 'the pulpit be occupied
by a stranger.
Rev. Gans will preach in the German Reform;
ed Church. Like all _our local pastors, this
reverend gentleman heti endeared himself to the
people of Harrisburg by "his walk and con.;
versation," never shrinking from duty when
good can be accomplished, and 'making the
accomplishment of good, however humble, his
highest duty.. . ,
Rev. Leacock will conduct the services in thri
Episcopal church, and of course preach in his
own peculiarly eloquent and fervent spirit.
Rev. Gregg will occupy the pulpit of the
Ridge Avenue Methodist church. This pastor:
is doing much . good in that neighborhood, a
result at once the testimony of his zeal in relit
gious works, and the power of the truth he pre.
Bei:Shoemaker will deliver a diecouree ap
propriate to the mouton from the pUlpit of the
Fourth street Bethel church.
Of all kinds attended to.
I t EUGENE SNYDER,
Office : Third Street, Harrisburg, Ps. [0271y
Gam Solll3l.—The Liederkrans Singing
Association will give a pawl soiree at Frisch's
new' corner of 'llarket and Fifth
streets, on Thursday evening next. A good
time lintiCipated. n24-3t°
&it & KIIN&EL'EI Mucus will be paid at the
Watt's Capital, • Mechanicsburg„Lebanon Depos4
and Middletown banks ; also, at the counting
house of E. C. Eby & Co., No. 622 Mark/
street, Philadelphia. k n025-2wo
STOWS Mow= Mateo of the Union
Relief Association will be held Saturday aftei
noon, at S'o'clock, in the school house on the
corner of Walnut street and River alley. Busi
ness of importance to be transacted. Punctual
attendance requested. K. S. Barn, Pres't.
R. A. Rome, Sec'y. nov2s-4t.
Alms Whitcomb's Remedy.—Prepared from
German receipt obtained by the late Jonas
Whitcomb, In Europe. It is well known to
hive alleviated this disorder in We case, when
all other appliances of medical skill had been
ainisioned by him in despair. In no case 9f
purely asthmatic character has it failed to giVe
immediate relief, and it has effected many per
manent cures. Within the past two years this
remedy has been nerd in thousands of caaeawith
astonishing and uniform enemas, It contains
no poisonous or injurious properties whatertri;
an infant may take. it'with perfect safety. i I
'To the Afflicted.
The undersigned would respectfully inform
those who are afflicted withßheumatism Dys
pepsia, Cimniptii3n of Liver and Ki
Coughs, Fevers, and all diseases arising from
inipority of the ; blond, that she. is, repared to
furuhith Mrs. Weithoven's German Vegetable
Medicines at very moderate rates. I have also
on hand a quantity of invaluable Salves for
Sore Eyes, Frozen Feet and Piles. References
cap be furnished ai to their wonderful efficacy,
Wnehiver called upon. ;Theti 4ed:je Rl'
Orehenetoll in regard to Irly'sjimilictipipy' tn ad
minister it, as I have had it on hand for the
past six years As they are now sold at reduced
prices, no family should be without them over
night. They can be had at any time at my
residence, in: Pine street, between Second and
Front , OnlB-dlin) t MSS. L BALL.
PurtADDLPHIA, Nov. 3, 1862.
Mrs. Ba :—I feel no hesitancy in acknow
ledging the virtue of your medicine, its sooth
ing influence and healing power. Foie several
years I was afflicted with dyspepsia, and during
my *stay in Harrisburg yon cured me _in the
short space of one month, of that annoying
and distressing disease, and at the same time
also cured me of a running scrofula,
existed for over one year without ceasing.—
During my , years of affliction, I applied fre
quently to doctors of medicine, but they proved
ineffectual. 1 have thp utmost eonlidence and
belief in the power of your medicine, and would
say to those afflicted, who wish to enjoy life in
its natural p i lement, with a system renewed to
vigorous naThre, to try your medicine as I did.
GEO. J. iIieCREERY,
64 North Eighth Street, Philadelphia.
Rae no more unpleasent and unsafe Medicines.
For unpleasant and dangeroue diseases, use
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHII,
Which has received the endorsenientof the most
PROMINENT PHYSICIANS IN THE 11. S.
is now odered to afflicted hwomilty es a certain cure tbr
the following diseases and symptoms originating from
dee aPes and abuse of the Dritutry or Seined Organs.
lidehtal and DPhysical Depression,
Determination of Blood to the Head,
General I rritabillty
Rest'easnees and Sleepleseness at Night,
!Omens° of Muscular Efficiency,
Loss of Appetite,
Disorganisation or Paralysis of the
Organs of Generation,
Palpitation of the Heart,
And, in net, all the concomitants of a Nervons amid
Debilitated state of the system.
lb insure the genuine, cut thus out.
ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S. TAKE NO OTHER.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
They purify, strengthen and irolgorate.
They, create a healthy•appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
they overcome effects of
. diesipation and late hours
They strengthen thesystem) and enliven the mind
They prevent miasmatie end intermittent levers.
They purify the breath and acidity of thu. stomach
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure diarrhea, Cholera, andlholera, Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the best bitters in ,be world. They make
the weak. man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
restorer. They are made of pure AY. Croix. hum, the
celebrated Cabe aya Bark, roots and herbs, and are taken
nth tr, or.....a_basevans.....withcut regard to age
or time of day. Particularly recommended to delicate
persons requiring, a gentle etimulant. Bold by all
Oro ere, Drillaisia, put*. and Saloon'. E..z Drake
Co., 202 Froadway, Nee York.
Fuss I Fins I I—We have received from New
York a splendid assortment of Fure at all prices,
Black Cloaks, ready made and made to order.
54)0 Hoop Skirts, all styles from 76c. up.
60 pieces of white, red and yellow flannel.
26 dozen of white and grey Undershirts and
25 pieces of new Detainee and other Dress
80 pair of splendid white (all wool) Blankets:
200 splendid Cambric Bands, best French
A very large assortment of ladies, gentlemen
and children's Stockings, (wool and cotton,) all
10 dozen of l/ribias, Woolen Hoods, Sontags,
and Chenile Scarfs.
50 pieces of Cassinetts and Kentucky .Jeans
for men and boys' wear.
10 pieces of Merinos, (all colors,) Alapaecas
Our stock now is large, and bought before
the rise in goods, and those wishing to buy we
would invite to call. B. LEWY.
GREAT TWINE LINE FROM TH,E NORTH
and Noithwest for Philadelptiti, New York,
Reading; Pottsville, Lebanon, 'Easton, Allen
town, Ac., Ac.
Trans leave Harrisburg for PhiladelphiNNe*
York, Reading, Pottsville, and all interrnediate
stations, at 8.00 A, hL, and 2.00. P. M.
New York Express leaves Harrisburg, at 3.16
A. IL,:arriiring at New York at 10.30 the same
Fares from Harrisburg : To New York $615;
to Philadelphia $3 86 and $2 80. Baggage
checked trough., •
Returning, leave New York at 6 A. N., 12
Noon, and 7 P. M., (Pittsburg Express). Leave
Fhiladelphia at 8.15 A. IL, and 3.30 P. M.
Sleeping cars in the New York Express Trains,
through to and from Pittsburg without change.
Passengers by the Catawisea Railroad leave
Port Clinton at 6.16 A. M., for Philadelphia and
all intermediate stations ; and at 8.25 P. N. for
Philadelphia, New York, and all Way Points.;
Trains leave Pottsville at 9.16 A. N., ant
2.80 P. N., for Philadelphia and New York;
and at 6.30 P. N., for Auburn and, Port Clin
ton only, connecting for Pine Grove and with
the Catawissa railroad ; and returning from
Reading at 8.16 A. M., for Pottsville.
An Accommodation Passenger train leaves
Reading at 6.30 A. M., and returns from Phila
delphia at 4.30 P. M.
lir All the above trains , run daily, Sun
A Sunday train leaves Pottsville at 7.30 A.
M., and Philadelphia at 8.16 P. M. 16 •
Commutation, Mileage, 8011100, and Excur
sion Tickets at reduced rates to and from all
points. G. A. NICOLLS,
Nov. 17, 1862.-d&wtf
ALMANACS FOR 1863
TUE well known •
BEAR'S ALMANAC FOR 1863,
In English and German, can be had by e
dozen and single copies at
[Extract from a letter on the Battle Field.]
a•a a 0 a
This battle (Antietam) has been the moat
sanguinary of the war and the only one
fought with visible design and upon military
principles. The arrangement of our corps—
the overlooking position• of the commanding
General—the sending into action of the right
and the left division—the closing up of the
centre, and final success—excites bewildering
admiration ; and carries the mind• to the great
fields of Austerlitz and Wagram, fought by
Na oleon. Of all this have I spoken. The
heart history of such a conflict, purchased by
the life and blood of twenty thousand men,
must be found in the hospitals. War his its
lories—but it has its ten thousand demons .
in these human tortures, that make the eye
balls ache—the heart bleed—the lips palsy,
and the brain-reel. The - eight is at first posi
tively unendurable. The life-blood of some
is still trickling away in silent calmness—
while the dissevered limbs and maniac brain of
others give rise to sounds God grant I may not
But ye mothers who here seek a son—or
wives a husband—or sisters a brother—or sons
a father—know and be consoled that even here
the hand of mercy is watchful, and better care
is bestowed upon your loved ones than might
at first seem possible. It was in the hospital
where rested the gallant Hooker, that I learn
ed the history of those mythical words so often
seen and eo little understood, "S. T.-1860—
X." Anything alleviating the sufferings and
saving the lives of our soldiers, is a national
blessing. I witnessed some astonishing results
from this article.
It is well known the effect of burnt gunpowder
and excitement is thirst, which added to the
loss of blood in the wounded, creates the ne
cessity of a reviving stimulant. In this par
ticular hospital, the physicians were allowing
their patients to drink Plantation Bitters, other
wise called S. T.-1860—X, and although the
wounded are most numerous here—this di
vision having. opened: the fight at bin the
morning—the men were mostly composed, and
there was very little fainting. The article acts
upon the • stomach and nerves in a most
incomprehensible manner, superior to brandy,
and without subsequent stupefying reaction.
It originated iu the West Indies, composed of
the celebrated Calisaya Bark, Roots, Herbs,
&c.; all preserved in St. Cram Rum—the S. T.
—lB6O—X being a secret ingredient, not yet
revealed to the public It is principally
recommended for Want of appetite, disordered
liver, intermittent fevers, stomachic difficulties,
&c. I understand it was somewhat known in
the Southern States previirm to the war, audit
appears an agent of Jefferson Davis recently
applied to the proprietors for the privilege
to make it for hospital purposes- during the
war, to which they made the fpltowing reply:
New Year', Jam 16th, 1862.
Dear reply to your communication,
offering us "Fifty' thousand dollars for the re
cipe aid right to mai) . the Plantation Bitters
for your hospital purposes during the war,"
we beg to say, your price isa liberal 'one, con
bidering it would.cost us nothing to comply,
and that otherwise we can derive no revenue
from the Southern States ; but sir, our dirties
to our Government and our ideas of consisten
cy would not allow us to entertain it, although
it might please us .to assuage the sufferings
of your misguided followers.
Very respectfully yours,
P. H. DRAKE & CO.
These gentleman give the history of certain
ingredients to their article for over two hun
dred years—showing that through all changes
of the medical profession and its practitioners,
strength, composure and cheerfulness have
been - aenved from these - sources.- Dr.--Woods
in the Washington Hospitals informed me that
one patient was fast sinking and crazy, and had
not slept an hour for two weeks, until the
Plantation Bitters came to his knowledge,
when one day's trial gave him a nieht't a ie r
and be was now fast, recovering. I
prised our Government has not equalled Jeffer
son Davis in energy, and adopted this invalua
ble article in all , our hospitals. The weak
soldiers cling to it like a brother. As a lay
member, I can bear witness it is "good, o
take," and affords more energy and lite than
anything I ever tried. Success to the Planta
nove wed uset Mildew
But I have digressed. In my next I shall
speak of gathering in the wounded, burying
the deed, ie.
93 Market street, Ramisburg, Pa.,
3Pisa.WCO . m
MEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the beat
111 makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BIM MANUFACTURED INSTBE
MEETS, FROM $46 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, 'Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Panics, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings'aud musi
cal merchandise in general.
THE LATEST PUBLIOATIONS always on
hand. Music sent by mail to any part of the
OVAL; SQUARE, GILT AND' ROSEWOOD
Suitable for looking glasses, and on kinds of
pictures alwayson hand.
From smallest to largest shies.
Any style of frame made to order at the
WM. T. BISHOP,
OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO W IRTH'S HALL,
OPPOSITE THE COVET-HOWE.
Consultations in German and English.
SEVERAL Hundred, from six to twelve feet
high, for sale cheap, at the Keystone Harr
NOTICE TO DEALERS IN GIINPOW
DER.—Mr. James M. Wheeler having
withdrawn from the agency for the Elide of our
Gunpowder in Harrisburg, we have appointed
Major David M'Cormick our agent, who will
be prepared to furnish all Mr. Wheeler's cus
tomers as isuaL
E. I. DUPONT DE NEMOUE & CO. •
• 1111 E Updegrove Lock Property, Cartel
grxery and ItOrArrille Muse, situated eve miles
above Harrisburg, is now offered for sale. Bee adver
tisement in another column, or apply tom
"0 and segue of all kinds, far
mat, NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
'O9 Corner Front and Market Streets.,
A PPI NB, Oranges and Lemons , atJOHN
Agent of, etc.
A fine assortment of best plated
93 Market street
STEINWAY'S UNEIVALLIED PIANOS,
Princes Melodeons cto.,
WOLINS, GUITARS, FLUTES, FIFES, AO'' l
(X)RDEONS, DRUMSAVD MUM-
Of every kind.
HOWE'S SEWING MACHINES,
Large Pier and Mantle Mirrors.
Photograph Frame' and Albums.
at the New Musk Store of SILAS WARD,
analtAlly N 0.12, North Third Street, above Market.
In the Name and by the Authority
OMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA,
ANDREW G. CURTIN,
GOVERNOR OF THE SAID COMEONWIR/LTE.
WHEECAS, It is a good thing to render thanks
unto God for all His mercy and loving kind
Therefore, I, ANDREW G. Cumin, Governor
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, do re
commend that THURSDAY, THE 27th DAY OF
NOYEKB Di: NEXT, be set apart by the people
of thisCo onwealth, as a day of solemn Prayer
and Thanksgiving to the Almighty :—Giving
Him humble thanks that He has been gracious
ly pleased to protect our free institutions and
Government, and to keep us from sickness and
pestilence—and to cause the earth to bring
forth her increase, so that our garners are
choked with the harvest—and to look so favor
ably on the toil of His children, that industry
has thriven among us and labor had its reward;
and also that He has delivered us from the
hands of our enemies—and filled our officers
and men in the.field with a loyal and intrepid
spirit ' , and given them victory—and that He
has poured out upon us (albeit unworthy) other
great and manifold blessings
Beseeching Him to help and govern us in His
steadfast tear and love, and to put into our
minds good desires, so' that by His continual
help we may have a right judgment in all
And especially praying Him to give to Chris
tian churches grace to hate the thing which is
evil, and to utter the teachings of truth and
righteousness, declaring openly the whole
counsel of God :
And most heartily entreating. Him to bestow
upon our civil rulers, wisdom and earnestness
in council, and upon our military leaders, awl
and vigor in action, that the fires of rebellion
may be quenehed—that we, being armed with
His defence, may be preserved from all perils,
and that hereafter our people, living in peace
and quietness, may, from generation to genera
tion, reap the: abundant fruits of His mercy,
and with joy and thankfulness praise and mag
nify His holy name.
Given under my hand and the great seal of the
State, at Harrisburg, this Twentieth day of
October, in the year of our Loyd one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-two, and of the
Commonwealth the eighty-seventh.
A. G. CURTIN.
BY TEO GOVERNOR.
ELI SLIFER -
&calory of the Cammonumeh.
ALL persons are hereby warned against de
predating or in any . Manner -trespassing
Oa the _Vann of lam. 0_ Mich, adjoining the
city, and under the management of the BO
pr I have arrested several of these petty
thieves and nuisances ; and made them pay
pretty well for their sport. Hereafter I shall
not only punish to the Went of the law, but will
publish in the Telegraph and other papers the
names of all offenders.
Oct. .18, 186/
144 RUBIA MILLS. 1 44
144 Greene Street, New. York City.
Put up in tin fell Pound papers, 48 in a box, and In
bulk. Our prices range from B 1030 cents. Wiput up
the following kinds:
JAVA, MARACAIBO, SUP. RIO, RIO AND
We bel eve our Coffee to be better than any ground
Coffee now In use. all orders addressed to us, or to
our agents, Messrs. Pram & Yonne, 182 Chambers
Street, Or. Washington Street, New York Olty, and
Messrs. POLLARD & Doom, 181 and 101 South Water
Street, Chicago, 111., will receive prompt attention.
VINKS of thin Monster among Native
American Hardy Grape, for sale at -the
Keystone Nursery. The clusters frequently
weigh a pound and a half, and the berries are
larger than the Celebrated Black Hamburgh.
The quality is also good—equal, at least, to
the well known Isabella. J. MISH,
100 BBLS. FINE CHOICE APPLES.
FOR SALE CHEAP at JOHN WISES, in
Third Street, next door to Bradly's Barber
ALSO, ANOTHER LOT OF FINE LARGE
CATAWBA GRAPES, cheap, wholesale and re
FINE Assortment of Coal Oil Lamps, Shades,
Chimneys, for sale very low, by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market Ste.
QIIGAR cured• hams, just received an
An sale, by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
eeptl7 Cor. Front ant Market street.
MEM Mackerel, just received, and for sale,
by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
nov6 COT.' Front and Market Sts.
NFW Orleans !Sugars, white and brown,
jost received and for Bale low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Cor. Fron Lend Market streets
IN variety, PLUM TRIMS,
at Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg
Oct. 18, 1862
ASMALL lot of extra, just received and!for
sale by WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
nOCOA NUTS,. Raisins, and Prunes, just re
k) calved and for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Car. Front and. Market Streets.
MI ASSETS, Tubs, Brushes of all kin' da, - for
sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
ribv6 Cor. Front and Market
A 1313 . PEItIOR article just received, and for
11. sale by WM. ,DOCK, Jr. , & CO.
QPLENDID assortment of Coal Oil Latap,a,
1.0 of Glass, , Broas and Tin, for 'nlB' lbw by:
• NIOHOV3 SiBOW/IdN,
oclB. Corner VFW andliarices strarli.
DRAWN engireiiif all - grades; fOr gide
low, by MMus 1 BOWMAN,
Corner haws and mat* wimp.