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TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 1864.
TOWN AND COUNTRY
jiaakei Aiay.; al ihr :aarkr:
Fm.siirly morning, from 5 to 10.
Friday morning, from 5 to 10.
Siimrdny ti fts , rnoon and evening, from t. S
WmE has a splendid ASSOnfilf,tlt of
suitable for the holidays.
Two hundred condemned cavalry horses
will he sold at Johnstown on Thursday next.
At; election for thirteen directors of the Har
risburg National Bank will be held ou the 10th
f January nest.
FE. TS of "ground and loftytumbling" have
seen witnessed frequently along our streets,
4inee the late "freeze."
W. K. ExEmu: has been appoince'd route
gent. between Harrisburg and Altoona, vice
John Lockhart, resigned.
NEW DAILY.—An evening paper, to be
milled the Record, is about being started in
Reading, by E. H. Rauch, Esq.
GasPEs. —Win. M. Gray & Co. have received
a lot of very excellent Catawba grapes,
which will be sold at tow rates. Call and Bee
REOPENING of Sanford's Hall to-morrow
,Wednesday) evening, 14th, with an entire
new company under the management of Joe
REBEL PAPEE. —We acknowledge the re
ceipt of a copy of the Richmond .Rlraminer,
from Dr. Wm. H. Egle, Surgeon in the U. S.
Army. The paper is dated Dec. 7th.
TOE regular monthly meeting of the Young
Men's Christian Association will be held at
their rooms this evening at seven o'clock. Bu
siness of importance being on hand, it is
hoped there will be a large attendance.
We notice that a few of our citizens permit
heir pavements to be covered with ice, thus
endangering the life awl limbs of persons
passing over them. Somebody may have to
pay damages to "somebody," if the ice is not
PRICE& OF BOAIDDFNG IN RICUMOND. - -The
Richnice:d Examiner contains an advertise
ment of the Edgmont House. in that city, from
which we learn that the prices of boarding are
as follows: Per day, $25.00; breakfast and
sapper, each $8.00; dinner, $lO.OO.
WE are informed that a shooting affair oc
curred at Shippensburg. a few days ago.
Capt. Baughman. (late of the Third Penna.
Cavalry,) attempted to arrest a number of
deserters, who endeavored to escape by mak
ing use of their limbs. The Captain fired at
them, and one of the party was "brought
down" by a bullet striking him in the rear.
The deserters were afterwards captured and
are now under guard in this city.
Nviv CoVNTE.EFEITS.—The following new
counterfeits upon Pennsylvania Banks, have
made their appearance since the Ist inst.!:
Bank of Chembersburg-10s, altered from
Is. 'Wig. on right man and child; bust of
Washington; left end Franklin; well done.
Bank of Penn Townsbip, Phils.-sa,
rious; vig. eagle, horses, building and cars in
distance; male beat and 5 on each end.
Government Bank, Pottsville-10s, altered
from Is; vig. stag; well done.
Mechanics' Bank, Philada.--3s, spurious;
vig. st-amship; figure 3 each side in green;
eagle on shield on each end; also rrnsvf . and
COURSE OF SERMONS TO Yotwo
J. Walker Jackson, one of the most eminent
and eloquent pulpit orators in the country,
and withal a pure-minded Christian and an
earnest patriot, has consented to preach a
course of sermons to the young men of Har
risburg, the initiatory production to be de
livered on Sunday evening next, and to be
continued from Sabbath to Sabbath, until the
course is completed. The following are the
neads of these sermons:
1. The young man and his Maker.
2. The young man and his bible.
3. The young man and his soul.
4. The young man, his character mid dis
6. The young man; his companions and
G. The young man and his business
7. me young man and his country.
FALSE IrivoiuverioN --Individuals who con
oeive that the readiest and mostsimple method
of avoiding military duty is to furnish false
information to enrolling officers, are invited
by the Board of Enrollment to give special at
tention to the following order, paragraph 28,
If a person, with intent to prevent the draft,
:oases to give his true name when lawfully
requested to do so, by an officer whose legal
duty it is o ascertain and enroll it, it is an
obstruction to that officer in the performance
Of one of his duties in relation to the draft.
So, also, of the giving of false names with
the same literal intent, and the offender will,
in either case, be subject to summary arrest
by the Provost Marshal.
Those who entertain the opinion that by
refusing to give information or by giving false
tatements, they can deceive the enrolling of
ficer are egregiously mistaken. It is very-sel
dom, indeed, that the officer is compelled to
rely for his knowledge of the civil status of
any individual upon the solo information of
the party concerned. The attempt to relieve
Chatted mon from military service, upon the
plea that the names drawn—furnished by
theraselves—Were fictitious or defective, has
Utterly failed, and if John Brown chooses to
give his name as John Smith to the enrolling
officer, he will simply subject himself to pun
ishment, without thereby escaping service if
THE SPECIAL NCO= TAx.—This tax will
soon be demanded by the collectors, and the
Public should be in readiness to make proper
and prompt retains, under the penalties pre
acribed in the act. This tax, it will be re
membered, is the second one for 1863, and
amounts to an additional five per cent, on the
income. The first tar was but three per cent.,
and was paid some time ago. The intention
of the law is that, every man having an in
come over $6OO, shall pay in the aggregate
tor that year, eight per cent. No deductions
are allowed on the five per cent. assessment
for dividends or interests received from any
company . or associat oi. The fall amount of
s man's income, front all sources, must be
ousted, not including, however, certain.
other deductions which are printed on t,he.
back of the return furnished by the assessor.
ltvery person is obliged to make a return, and
these returns are open to the inspection of
may citizen, so that every man in a district
mac See that his neighbor complies with the
Law and bears his proper share of tazaticei.
ME red flag floats over Brant's Hall, indi
cating that the skating pond is in good con
LEDLIAAL CONTRIBUTION--We; - understand
that the Old School Presbyterian congrega
tion contributed the liberal snm of over four
hundred dollars since Thanksgiving Day for
the Christian Commission, to be distributed
for the comfort of the soldiers.
JEWELRY FOE HOLIDAY PRESENTS. —We di
rect attention to the advertisement of A. F.
Zimmerman in another column, describing a
splendid stock of jewelry just received from
Neu' York and Philadelphia, suitable for pre,
sents the coming holidays. The selections
were made with an especial reference to
pleasing all tastes and accommodating all
persons. Those in want of goods in this line
would do well to give Mr. Zimmerman a call.
FESTIVAL AT CAMP CURTIN HOSPITAL, ON SAT
URDAY PRECEDING CHRISTMAS.—The ladies
respectfully solicit donations from those citi
zens of Harrisburg, who appreciate the ser
vices of those who have perilled their lives in
the cause of Freedom and Union. Let it not
be said that the soldier is forgotten by those
whose homes he has defended.
Donations of cakes, fowls, fruits, a few
vegetables and money, can be sent the Friday
preceding Christmas and on Saturday morn
ing, to the following ladies:
Mrs. KEPPLE, State street,
Mrs. ZOLLINGER, Third street,
Mrs. SMALL, Chesnut street.
Let the farmers send us fruit.
A SPLENDID FLAG FOE THE SIXTY-FIRST PENN
SYLVANIA REGIMENT. —The 61st Pennsylvania
regiment, whose term of service has expired,
has organized themselves into a battalion, and
will shortly be again in the field. No regi
ment in the service has undergone more hard
ships or performed greater deeds of valor in
the field than the 61st Pennsylvania. Many
of the men belonged to the lamented Birney's
original regiment, the 23cl Pennsylvania. A
number of the citizens of Philadelphia have
had manufactured a magnificent flag for pre
sentation to the new battalion. It is made of
heavy blue silk; one side contains an elaborate
painting of the coat of arms of Pennsylva
nia, and the reverse a beautiful representation
of an American eagle. The flag contains the
following inscription: "Presented by the citi
zens of Philadelphia to the alst Pennsylva
nia volunteers, for gallant conduct throughout
the war." The names of the principal bat
tles in which the regiment took an active part
are inscribed on the flag; among them are
Marye's Heights, Fair Oaks, Washington, D.
C., Malvern Hal, Winchester, Antietam, Ce
dar Creek, Wilderness, and many o>hers.—
The flag is safe from dishonor in the'hands of
How TO CUT PORE.—The following direc;
tions may be found useful, at this season of
the year, to such of otir readers as are able to
"go the whole hog:" -
Have the hog laid on his back on a stout
table. Clean the carcass of the leaf fat. Take
off the feet at the ankle joints. Cut the head
off close to the shoulders, separate the jowl
from the skull, and open the skull length
wise on the outer side, so as to remove the
brains fully. Remove the back bone in its
whole length, and with a sharp knife cutoff
the skin—then the fat, leaving only about
one-half inch of fat on the spinal column.
The middlings or sides are now cut from be
tween the quarters, leaving the shoulders
square shaped, and the ham pointed, or it may
be rounded to suit your fancy. The ribs are
next removed, partially or entirely from the
sides. The trimmings of fat from the hams
and flabby parts of the sides are rendered up
with the backbone strip for lard. The sausage
meat is cut off from the leaf fat and ribs; any
other lean pieces are used for the same pur
pose. Tice thick part of the backbone that
lies between the shoulders is called the chine;
it is cut from the tapering bony end, and the
latter part called the backbone by way of dis
tinction. The backbones are used while
fresh; the chine is better after being smoked.
To THE LADIES OF ELADRISBITEG. —ln order
to reduce my stock of dry goods previOns to
taking iffventory, I have reduced all kinds of
dress 'goods twenty-five per cent., from this
day until January Ist, 1865. As the holidays
approach it will certainly be to your advan
tage to examine my large stock of dress goods,
cloaks, shawls, scarfs, gloves, hose and hun
dreds of other articles 'suitable for holiday
Sol. Brownold, corner Second and Market,
opposite Jones House, Harrisburg.
LOCHEEL Samoox.—The , entrance to the sa
loon under the Loohiel Hotel, (formerly
Herr's) has been removed from the Market
street front to the Third street side. The
patrons M the establishment are invited to
THE appearance of Miss Fanny B. Price at
Rouse's Theatre, last evening, was greeted by
one of the largest audiences of the season.
The play selected for the occasion was THE
CRICKET, in which Miss Price appeared in
her great character of FANCHON. The large
audience was charmed with her admirable
rendition of that difficult part; and fault•find
ers found no room for imfavorable criticism.
The beautiful play is exceedinly popular here,
and we trust that FANCHON will be repeated
ere the engagement of Miss Price closes.
To-night CANCILL.E will be placed before our
play-goers. Miss Price will appear in the lead
ing character, sustained by Rouse's star
Troupe. The numerous friends of the tal
ented tragedienne will be at the hall, in full
force. Mr. Hanchett, a very popular actor, is
also playing at the Theatre this week, and,
with Meeker, Rouse and a dozen others, form a
strong company. The present week is one of
unusual attractiveness at Brant's Hall, and that
spacious room will no doubt be crowded every
night. Secured seats should be obtained at
Banuvart's Drug Store during the day.
Da. S. D. likainteN, known all over the
United States as the successful Lung, Throat
and Heart Physician, drived in the city last
evening, and may be consulted at the State
Capitol Hotel, for three days, by invalids la
boring under any form of pulmonary or chest
disease. Mr. Mateer will to-day deliver the
Doctor's 'Medical Stethoscope"throughout the
SUBSTITUTE PAPERS promptly made out by
Sullivan S. Child, claim agent, Walnut street,
3d door below Third. dB-dlm
SumaveN S. CHILD, CLAM. AGAZIT, has re
moved his office from the. DAILI: TELEGRAPH
Building to WALNUT STREET, 3D DOOR BELOW
THIRD, OPPOSITE STATE CAPITOL HOTEL, All
claims for Premiums, Bounties and Back Pay
promptly attended to. dB.tf
Stroarrroms furnished on the most reasona
ble terms at the office of Sullivan S. Child,
Claim 4gent, Walnut street, opposite State
Capitol Hotel. Principals wishing stibsti
bites will do well to call it Once. deci2-dtf
... . .
Loam, a liver. colored dog, (POlnter,) about
one year old; ,A liberal reward will be give}
at OA UnitedSti}tp licatel, "
deel2:-2t* ' G. G. KI*ZEL.?
CIIIMSTMAS AT KICNRIII, & Bno's.—fip Maj.
Gen. Santa Claus—A Proclam4ion:—.l have
made S. A. Kunkel & Bro's Drug Store my
headquarters for this season. You will find
me there in all my glory. I advise all my fol
lowers to go there for their holiday sifts.
You will fiud displayed on their counters the
most elegant and various stock of presents
ever offered in this city. Come and see me,
118 Market street, Harrisburg. d_ecl2.2t*
OLE liii_PRESEIONB AND INTENTIONS.--In our
generous moods we have at times fancied our
selves in possession of th? means and the
disposition to relieve, by wholesale, the wants
and distress growing out of the disproportion
in the remuneration for labor, as compared
with the coat of the necessary sustenance of
life; and we here say, while we could not
practically do more, we have always, through
the conception we have of business generally,
(and our interest, as we understand it,) con
tributed in every way to make the interest of
those who patronize us mtttual. Our daily
study is to obtain goods cheiT, and dispose of
them at a lower price than opr honest com
petitors, so as to convince the public that our
object is not to make large profits, but for the
purpose ofincreasing the amount of business
done, which enables us to sell goods at
smaller profits. Under the foregoing consid
erations, we ask the attention of buyers to C.
L. Bowman's large stock of staple and fancy
dry goods, at the cheap store, No. 1, southeast
corner of Front and Market streets, Harris
USE THE SUFFERER'S BALM— (.07/ins' x9irup
of Boots, Barks and Herbs.—lt will cure
coughs, colds, sore throat, croup, bronchitis,
asthma, &c., &c. For sale at J. M. Bomgard
ner's,' corner of Fourth and Market streets.
NEW Sroax.--.31r. A. F. Brandt, through
the columns of the TELEGRAPH', would pro
claim throughout the land and to the inhabi
tants thereof, that he has recently opened a
new dry goods store on the corner of Walnut
and Second streets, Harrisburg, Pa., where
he proposes to sell to all such as desire every
thing and anything to be found in a large and
well selected stock of dry goods cheap for
cash. The object of Mr. Brandt is to sell
goods with a very small profit. All goods
warranted to be as represented. Call and ex
amine the stock. Goods shown cheerfully.
FOR SALE-A valuable Building Lot, 21 feet
front, running back 131 feet to a 20 feet wide
alley, adjoining the property of C. H. Lieb
true, corner of Third and Boaa street. For
particulars enquire at THIS OFFICE.
BEA:trruumx adapted fer Christmas pre
sents are the following articles: Instantaneous
views for the stereoscope, - battle scenes, camp
life, ruins of Che.mbersburg, and all the prin
cipal heroes of America, Europe, Africa, &o.
Magnetic and Mercurial toys for children;
spectacles, eye-glasses, opera and field glasses,
microscopes, barometers, thermometers, &c.,
at Rosendale's Optical Institute, 29 North Sec
ond street, near Walnut. declO-d3t
Du. AVEmos.'s King of Pain should be kept
in every family. Will cure Headache, Tooth
ache, Earache in throe minutes. Diarrhceo,
Bloody Flux. pain in the Back and Side,lnflam
mation of the Kidneys and Liver Complaint
and Palpitation,of the Heart. Sole agent for
the State, S. A. KUNKEL 8 880.,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
All orders from a distance promptly attended
to. s ept2o-tf
FEVER AND AGUE can be cured. Do not
think because you have tried everything you
could read or hear of, that you cannot get
anything to cure you, for you have not taken
the pure vegetable that is curing every one
that takes it. It does not stop your shaking
for a week or two, but it is a perfect cure. A
trial of this will convince you and your neigh
bors. It can be had only at No. 27, South
Pine street, by Dim L. Ball. octr-tf
SELLING OFF.! SELLING OFF ! !
Our whole stock of Dry Goods, intending to engage in
business in the city. I will commence on Monday next
to sell ont my whole stock of Dry Goods My stock is
very large and I name in part,
1,000 yards fast colored calicos at 25 coals a yard.
4,000 yards of bleaehed,yard wide murlins at 45 and 50
cents, worth 70 cents.
Of black silks we have a large assortment, and of the
best make. B alok bombazines of the finest quality;
black alpaca=, tla ik Canton cloth, black French merinos
and a great many other black weeds for mourning. Per
sons in want of such goods woe d do well to call.
Furs and cloaks we wilt sell at greatly reduced priceis.
Irish Linen of the best make, linen Cowling, lined table
cloth, Marst ides quilts and blaskete,
We hare some first rate quality of gentlemen's furnish
ing goods, such as undershirts, drawers, socks and white
500 dozen or ladies' wool and cotton stockings.
Cass[mere; cassinetta and black cloth.
We hare a large assortment of tine French cambrics,
Fansookhauslins, undressed cambric; brillanis and finc
white linen diaper.
A large assortment of plain and figured dress goods.
It is impossible to name all the goods on hand in a well
assorted dry good store. All !wish to sty is to persons in
want or dry goods, call Bruises, and as I am determined
to close my whole ttock out, lam willing to sell at re
duced prices. Ln0261 S. LEW'S%
rfillE CONFESSIONS AND EXPERIENCE
A. OF AN INVALID
Published for the benefit, and ass CAUTION TO YOUNG
MEN and others, who suffer from Nervous Debility, Pre
mature De ay or Manhood, &o , supplying at the sums
time THE MEANS OF FELT-CURB By one who bat cured
himself after undergoing so.o iderahlequackery . By en
clos ng a post grid addressed envelope, single copies may
be had of the author.
NA:MANTEL MAYFAIR, Esq ,
Oec,B El4.witu Brooklyn, Kings county, N. Y
sir A lItTSTOLOUJOAL VIEW or Matutrann I—Containing
nearly 300 pages, and 130 fine plates and engravings of
the Anatomy of toe Human Organs in a state of health
and disease, with a treatise on early errors, its deplorable
consequences upon the mind and body, with the author's
plan of treatment—the only rational and successful mode
of curia, as shown by the report of cases treated A
truthful adviser to the married, and those contemplating
.marriage, who entertain doubts of their physical condi.
lion. Sent free of postage to any address, on receipt of
25 cents In stamps or postal currency, by addressing Dr.
LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y.
The author may be consulted upon any of the diseases
upon which his book treats, either personally or by nirra, ,
and medicines sent to any part of the world.
for Return° Firs caw sit CISHIED I I—Dr. Lockrotall
baying become eminently successful in curing this tor`
riblo malady, Invites all similarly afflicted to call or send
for circulars of references and testimonials of numerous
Ames cured of from one to twenty-four years' standing.
Re devotes his attention especially to diseases of the Cer
ebro-SpinatvAxis, or Nervous System, and solicits an In.
vestigation of his claim to public confidence.
Re may be consulted at his private residence, No. 141
West 42d street, daily, from 10 a_ at. until 4 e. bf„ °adept
Saturday and Sunday. Address alt letters to -
DR. V. B. LOOKROW, New York.
Care of P. 0. Box 5110. ocSd&wBm
Consumptive sufferers will receive a valuable prescrip
tion for the cure of Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis,
and all throat and. Lung affections, (free of charge,) bq
sending thgir address to
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Willinmeunrg, Hinge
county, New York. [sep/P-thtiwam
COLOATIVI3 LIONICY SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet soap, In such universal de.
mend, is made from the choicest materials, is mild
and emollientin Its nature, fragrantly scented,
and extremely beneficial in Its action neon the gin.
For sale by all Druggists end Fancy floods Dealers.
.PIIIcE VEGETABLE TONIC.
1111834 most heplthy persons feel more or leas
weidrthis extreme Waral Teagig, and - lote their 11P
petite: They need a good 'Wong Timid—ow that will
strtMrthelithe nervous system and Connell. This they
San get at Newts per bottle, at Mrs. I. Ball's, No. aT,
South Pine street, Harrisburg. Orders from a dears*
promptitattendod to. • soil
For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, &c., are specially recommended to
ministers, singers and persons whose vocation
calls them to speak in public. Manufactured
only by C. A. Bannvart & Co., Harrisburg,
Pa., to whom all orders should be addressed.
sold by druggists everywhere.
Read the following testimonials from some
of our eminent clergymen: _ _ _
HABiIBBI7EO, Feb. Bth. 1864
C.A. .13ArmvART—Dear Sir: I have used Brown's
Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozenges, and
other preparations for hoarseness and throat
troubles, and, in comparison with thew all,
can cheerfully commend your own as a most
admirable specific for public speakers and
singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs and
colds. I have found them serving in time of
need, most effectually.
Yours truly, T. IL ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
WI agree with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Bannvart's Troches.
W. C. CATTELL,
Late Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Church.
RAIIBIREV2G, Jan., 1864
To C. A. BAraivAirr---Dear Sir: In the habit
of speaking very frequently, and in places
where the vocal organs are very much taxed,
I have found the need of some gentle expec
torant, and that want has been supplied in
your excellent Troches.
I consider them very far superior to any
Lozenges that I have ever used, in removing
speedily that huskiness of the voice arising
from its too frequent use, and impairing the
effectiveness of the delivery of public addres
ses. Yours, &c.,
JNO. WALKER JACKSON,
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church
To C. A. BAmivAnr—Dear Sir : Having used
your Troches, I am free to say they are the
best I have ever tried, and take great pleasure
in recommending them to all persons afflicted
with sore throat or huskiness of voice, arising
from public speaking or singing.
Yours, &c., G. G. RAKESTRA.W,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE,
HARRISBURG, Feb, 29, 1864.
To C A. BANNVART —.Dear Sir: I have found
your Troches to be invaluable in relieving
hoarseness and in strengthening the muscles
of the throat. They impart clearness to the
voice, and are certainly of great benefit to all
public speakers. A. J. HERE.
A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIC
tNTWORATING AXD STRENGTHENING
Fortifies the system against the evil effects of unwole
Will cure dyspepsia.
Will cure weakness. •
Will cure general debility.
Will cure heartburn.
Will cure headache.
Will cure liver complaint.
Will excite and create a healthy apn , tile.
Will invigotate the organs .1' digestion, and moderately
increase the temperature of the body and the force of the
circulation, acting in tact as a general corroborant of the
system, containing no poisonous drugs, and is
The BEST ToNIC BITTERS in the WORLD.
A fair trial is earnsedysolicted.
GEO. C. RUBBEL & CO., PROPILICTORK , HUDSON, N.Y.
Gent rid Pep 11 American Express Building, 55 HUDSON
ST., NEW YORK.
toy- For sale by Druggists, Grocers, &c.
O. W. GROSS & 00. Harrisburg, Wholesale Agent, and
for sale by J. H. LuTz, C. K KELLER, GEO. WINTERS
and S. A. KUNKEL. ocll4-d&tv
Military Business attended Po
Bonnty Pension, Back Pay, Subsistence and Military
and War Claims, generally, made out and collected, Per
sons residing at a distance can have their bushier: Lraxs
acted by mail, by addressing
At_frls Third stree t . Rarrlahara Pa
ENE W Al) V EILTISEMEA TS.
RADDLIBURD. Beoa, Nov. 14, 1864.
Notice is hereby given agreeably to Section 2 of the
Act of the Geberal Assembly of td2e Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled, "An Act enabling the Banks of
the Commonwealth to become ADEOCia:IOIIE , for the pur
pose of Banking under the laws of the United states,"
approved the 22nd day of August., A. D., 1861, that the
Stockholders of the Harrisburg Bank have this day
voted to become such an association, and that ' its Di
rentors have procured the autburty of the owners of
more than two-thirds of the Capital Sloene to make the
certificate required therefor by the laws of the United
States. J. W. WB [R.
TO NERVOUS NUFFEREBS
A GENTLEYLOT, cured of Nervous De-
Incompe.ency, Premature Decay, and Youth-
Error, actuated y a desire to benefit others, will be
happy to lurnisti to ull wilt need it. (fres of charge,) the
recei p t and directiens for maaing the simple remaly used
in Ins case. Sufferers wishing to profit, by the advertiset's
bad experience, and posse a awe and valuable remedy,
can do so by addressing him of once at his place of busi
ness. The Recipe and fall information—ot vital impor
tauee—wdl e cheernulyaint by return mail.
Address JoEIN B. , CIDEN,
No. 60 Nassau street, New r ort.
P. S.— Nervous sufferers of both sexes will fin! this
information invaluable. n029-daw3m
Great illueical Establidament.
No. 481 589ADwa.v, NEw 'PORK.
EIGHTY New Pianos, Melodeons, Harmo
niums, Almtandie and Cabinet Organs, at Wholesale
auu WWI P. ilea low. SEtioNtl HAND PIANOS ai
great bargains, prices from $6O to $2OO. Nov 7 octave
nanos, :260 alai :275, with carrel legs and mouldings.,
WO and upwards. • Melodeons, $6l to :250..
A large sock of SLLEEtMUJLC, JICoJC BOOKS, and
all kinds of /N5T0.7L31.P.4:2W, and musn Mer
eoanaise at the lowest rake 10,000 sheets of tousle, a lit.
tie coiled, at 1,% cents par page. n 0250& warn
Neutral Sulphite of Lime,
FOR PRESERVING CIDER.
WE ARE selling the very best article of
the kind, prepared according to directions of E.
M. liorsiord, I•rofeeor or Chemistry, Howard Univer
-2111. It IS perfectly reliable and nee from impurities.
Directions accompany each package.
KELLER'S Drug and Fancy tioe .13 Store, No. 91 Mac.
ket street ; Harriauutg. , cc 26
H. C. ORTH,
Teacher of the Piano, IVlelodeon, Violin
Nu. THIRD EITHRIT, MOW MARKET.
E. CI . UOBIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFSICA IN THIRD STREET, .180V10 MARKW/'
a Bounties, Pensions and Back Pay collected at legal
rates. [dec3 f
FOUR ! FLOUR ! Fine Family Flora!—
100 barrels of the best brand of flour in this city.
very barrel warranted or money returned, and delivered
to all parts of the city free of charge. For sale at
seplo SHISLER & FRAZER'S.
• TOWN LOTS FOR SALE,
ON BRIGGS STREET. Inquire of
JOHN H. BRIGGS, Esq.,
ocSidif • or BENJ L FOSTER.
WARNING TO THE PUBLIC.---To pre
vent any mistakes occurring hereafter, is aegard
to our place or businera by our numerous fr ends and bus
iness men, we hereby notify the same that we still are at
our old. amid, 105 ha, het street, gad have no connection
with any other party or ee , a..Lishinent la the city.
At the same time we draw the attentioa of the public
in genera, to our newly rchelved large and splendid as
soronent of clothing andgente'rurLianing goods, which
Wel.* cheaper than can be iro,ght at any other place in
FOUR VALUABLE HOUSES, locnted in
different parishr the city. For particulars eneA.re
at the Cheap Grocery Store, earner Of Third and Mutant.
A S .BAR-TENDER. Can give the heat of
LA. tumult - nand Woos. and Fpo , Us both Foglith and
German pply at i 1ec12.-d3'l THIS OFFICE.
A. SMALL HOUSE, or rooms for a family
of two persons. Address.
Dal2-.3t D. E. at this oillee.
70 A MONTH ! I want Agents every
where, at $7O a month, expenses paid, to sell
1 , item Articles, the best Riling ever offered. Full par
ticulars free Address. YDS T. GAREY
uOl6-dsw3m Biddeford, Bathe.
WANTED. -5125 A MONTII!-
Agents everywhere, to introduce, the new
Share cf. Clark. Sixteen Dollar Famitg Sewing
Machine, the mil:, low price machine In the
country which is licensed by Grover & Baker, Wheeler
& Wdzon, Howe, Singer Sr Co„ and Palciaeldar. Salary and
expenses, or largo commissions allowed AU other Ma
chines now sold for less than forty dollars each are in
fringements, and the seller and user, liable. Illarraled
circular= sent free. Address, SHAW & MARK,
nol6 daw3m Buldererd. Maine.
The undersigned, having lately purchased
• BITEIRLER 110111 SE
property, has already commenced such alter
ations and improvements as will render this
OLD AND POPULAR HOUSE
equal, if not superior, to any Hotel in the
city of Harrisburg. GEO. J. BOLTON.
KUNKEL & BIM'S
Drug and Fancy Store,
THE following are some of the articles to
be obtaiiied, appropriate to the season :
Holleman Glass Vases. Flower Stands.
Toilet Bottles. Watt h Sands.
Cigar Stands. Match Stands
Cigar sat :Asada. Reading a d Book Staub.
Fancy Far s. F.ne: Riding Whips,
Card ra,es, pearl and Canes
leather. Out Glass Colognes.
Dressing Cases. Sbav ug Cases.
ad es' Companions. Ladies' Satchels.
Cabs Sa:chel.3. Portofohos.
Qtg r Cases. Match Cases.
P.atemotanales. Ladies' Pumas.
Powder Puff Boxes. Band Bihrors.
Toilet Waters. Tot et Soaps.
Sachets. lithise It's Toilet Potts.
Writing Cases.. Sewing Cases.
Cavalry Cases. Fo lot.
Leather and Wicker Pocket Mirrors.
Flasks. Money 801 t....
Leather, Metal and Guns
Wooden Dazzle. Fancy Boxes.
Meerschaum Pipes. Work Bore=.
Brier Pi es. Box of C gars.
Pocket Knives. Leather and Gum Balls.
Fine Razors. Fine Dominoes.
D aries for 18E4. Thermometers.
Ardo. a great variety rf Lava Waxo, all of which can be
had at & Bate% DRUG sTOIIE.,
deatf No. lig bLin.s.sv STREST, HARRlancruo.
GEO. W. PoIicCA:LLA,
J E W E 14 FA re
No. 38 Market ,Street, Opposite the 'Tones House,
HAS just received a large assortment of
Jewelry, &0., suitable for El ulhlay Yreeents, and
luv.tes the public to give him a call. Select, your present
while the assortment is full
CORRECTION OF ENROLLMENT LISIS
CT/10% Or ME BOARD Or EntOLLELONT,
14th DOTHICT, k'SNNSYLICUMA,
Haturnatirma, Nov. 23, 1864.
T will ; e
' BOARD OF ER iLLILENT
ALL =as, receive and attend to appiloations fur Ch i
correction of the enr.illinent hats. Auy person, properly
interested r may appear before the Board, and have any
name eiricicen ufL the lie. if he OM Bitow, to the satisfac
tion of the lbard, that the person named in not properly
enrolled, on cement of :
lat. All rage.
3d. Over age.
4th. Permanent physical disability.
Stn. Raving served lathe m Mary or naval service of
the i 'niter/ :hoes two years dining the prssent war, and
been honorably discharged.
Civil oill era, clergymen, and all the prominent citizens
are wetted to appear, at au/ UM 8, lieibre the Ltosrd to
point out errors in Lee lists, and to give such information
m their poB.e.estou as may aid in the correction and re
vision the. eof.
OFrttia nr - COMPTitOttilla Or VI& Unfelt-KM;
WasILWKITO.., Nov: 2t, 1364.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence mes.nted to the
mutersigeed, it bei been maw) bppebr twit the
nARICI-BUrlti NACIONAL ElatsK., In ton City of Bar
ri burg, in the Coenty Daephtn, and .:Late o Bain.
ay vatted, bee been duly or,duazett under attd ecdor. lug
ito tee ie.tube.dente of the act in Cuu...ess, eu it.ed "bat
Ant to p.c. t tile a atatiOnat tateLC,, entit.te . by a ile..ga
t Unite antes boeus, and to wevide for the area ad 11
and retlempl.oa thineol" appovea June 3, 1864, and hns
cdwp.ied with all Lilo prOVIWOLIa ul .aid act , nett,itol Lu
tic c,tntilleti wan to 3 ore commencing the buii-e,e of iaek
ing uneer iuid act:
therefote 1, SAMUEL T. HOWARD, Leputy
Comptroller or the Currency, do limeby eertily that, the
iterrimuig Natioual Buulton we (lay 01 fidtr.seurg, tutee
co,nty of auvlou, and zoos or YeJus)lv.ma, in usl.lo-
iz..d to eon - 0ne...c0 the business of Lewitt% motor the eel
to teetttnouy wbereof, witaea my Laud and seal of
office this twcray-Ilret day or November, 1884
SA 'AIM. T. Liu WARD,
SiseL. Deputy Centime-ter of tue Currency.
To the President, Directors and Stockholders el the Har
Tar: undersigned, appointed an Auditor
by the uourt of Othumon rteas of Dauphin c,unty,
nuaer the procieions of the 6th section of the act entitled
"An accenauling the bmiks of the toramouweanh to be
come associate u,s for the purpoze or battkiie , under the
IBMS of the United States," approved the 22,t day of
August, 1864, to ascintsua tied ,etermine what was the
lair market value of the shares of the said bank at the
time of pay leg the last dividend, hereby gives notice that
ne atteud for teat purpose at the auto Walk Cu lhuts
any, tie 15th day of liecomber, 1864, at .10 o'eloelr. A .
When and where all parties interested may at end.
D. FidtatlNG, Auditor.
Harrisburg, Nov, E 0,18134. _ n„ 80 died&
WE receive daily quotations from the east.
ern markets, which are open for Lou ik.epeortort
of our customers, and at which rates we wit! BUT, SELL
U S•ZO, luAll and Mt Bonds,
Oil, Cod and Hallway Stocks,
Gold, Silver, an
Wanted, Pennsylvania State
Stock and ExchangO orokers, •
dech-d3w* 50 Market nova, Harrisburg.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFEICE No. 23, Sot= SECOND STREET.
Legal n,nAnn3n and Oolleetigns promptiy. Wexided to.
L. HER VHARD,
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10EQEIVED, a good lot of Apples and Po
tatl at WI S E ,
Thixd and Walnut.
NO. 118 MARKET STREET
G. G. HUNT,
Fro. Mar. and Preaq of Board
CHAS. C. itAWN,
Commissioner 0 the Board.
M. T. (11AeLTuN,
Surgeon of the Board.
STOOKS AND BONDS.
AM IT SEMEN T.
BRANT'S HALL. BRANT'S HALL
ONE HUMMED AND brivra NIGHT OF THE PRE
Reuse's Star Combination Company,
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
derond night of the engagement of the celebrated
young Amer.cm Actren
MISS FANNY B. PRICE,
Ard the popular Tragedian
MB. D. HANCHETT.
On widen occasion they perform, to the most successful
ploy of modern times emitted
THIS TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 13, 188
Wilt be personated, for the first time this season, Ate:
Dual> s' Tr,gle Drams, In 5 acts called
THE FATE OF A COQUETTE !
As this poptilarilere etnbra 'es a variety of entertain
me, to adaotet to each particular tante, to gird full effect
to them no other piece will no performed on the same
Norms—On and after this evening, tile Curtain will ids,
at half past 7 o'clock.
tiCrleor further particulars see programme. •
WALNUT ST., BETWEEN 2d and 3d Sts
Businesi and Stage Manager
Past hlght of the Nsw IIeNAGNYKKT.
• First appearance of
The beaßtifol and accomplished Vocalist
Sneees 3 Crowns the eEforts of the
- GREAT STAR COMPANY
R!ss HALINDA KEENE,
Maum VIOLA HOWARD,
51153 KATE DARLING
Admission 28 coats. Box seats 80 contr. Doors open
at TX; co amence at 8 o'clock. n 0.%
- .1.a1e of Condemned Government Property,
ASSISTANT QIIAATEHICASTER'S OFFICE,
Remussum rime., December 5, 1864.
AVILL be sold , at Public Sale, at Govern
".ent Coral, near linnomelatown, (on hoe of Leba
non Valley Ra ire 4.) on Tuesday, Vecomber 13th, 1864, et
10 o'clock, A. X ,
One bund ea and seven horses,
To ono -nine wares,
These animals have been condemned as unfit for Crovent
ment service, bat for private use good bargains are to bo
Animals will be sold singly. Sale to continue until all
are schtl. Terms, cash in Gove•nmet funds.
E. C. BEIVELENBACH,
Capt and A. Q. M.
OFF:CE, FIF-9T DIV/910N,
WA2ECINGTON, November 20, 1864.
Will be sold at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, at
the times and places named below, viz :
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa., THURSDAY, December 8, 1864.
JOHNSTOWN, Pa., THURSDAY, December 16, 1866,
TRENTON, N. J, THURSDAY, December 22, 1861.
Two hundred Cavalry Horses at each place.
Taese domes have, been condemned as unfit for Gni"
cavalry service of the artny.
For road and farmi,g purposes many good barga:na
may be had.
Horses sold sleety.
Sate to commence nt 10 o'c'eck A . m •
Terms: Cash in Government funds.
JAMES A. Eff.lN,
Colon./ In Charge First Division,
qtartermuter G aerate Mace.
45 7 . Al) V ERTISEMENTS.
NO. 13 AHEADIE
MRS. M. MAYER,
NO. 13 MARKET STREET,
Has just opened her new FALL STOCK of
o p " BONNETS, LADIES' AND
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS'
THE LATEST STYLES
CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS
And a line assortment, of.
WOOLALN lioo.oB, NflisiA4, dia
ALL =Dia OF
T It I .111 bi INGS
Constantly ou- hand, besides everything, usually found In
the largebs furnishing er.l4bliettmenus in the country - .
AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF U. S..
BONDSANII TREASURY NolEs.—Deposits receiv
uu small Same to be applied to Investment In these
$5O, Slue or $5OO secu hies.
We act as agenrein this Lily, in correspondence with Gov
ernment spouts, tot proCuriug these securities; especially
by receiving t.eposits of small sums, to be so applied.
interest of 4or 5 per cent, will be aitowed on deposits
exceeding $2O. Funds above the amount of all. with
deposits wail be kept in the Harrisburg Bank, and a de.
posit can be withdrawn at any time by the owner. • The
ounaless will be solely of this hatUre, and conducted on
plain lair,otien and explainable to all, as set out, with the
necessary information as these to securities,in our circulars.
These U. S. Bondi and Treasury Notes are the pareSt , and
most convenient for investment, bring the highest rate of
interest, and can be POW at any time for the amount on
their face, together a Ith the accumulated interest, or at a
premium. Very moderate commissions wit be asked.
H. wiffiNNEY & Co, •
Office Raspberry All o y, sear the Court House
Harrisburg, Oct. Si, 1664.—A1f
VINE FAMILY FLOUR-SHISLER Sr.
FRAZER have mad. arrangemento with one of the
east Mini in the country w supply the families of Harris.
mitt with choice FL Every barrel warranted, and
delivered to any pert of the city free of charge,
Outer', i n Flue Family Groceries, onwrate the C our t
r. TONS BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, of a wipe
nor quality, Jut received COM the Wyoming Valley
and for ado la any quiddity M
nol4 SEMLER & FRAZER'S.
VITRA. EMMY FLOUR and COE
x:‘ REAL always on band; ofßovnt the beat qualit(WßYEß y, t
NEW GAME FOR CHILDREN.
/CLARE OF ISOLITALELE, together with an
%.)1 galottment of other Barnes" at kkeitier's Bookstore,
21 South Second street. aarrishorg. Pa. octl
BASSETS, BASKETS, inqre,at.:varf alp
SHISLYA & F
Succossore to W. Dock.rNt .
CROSS frz DUNLAP.