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SATURDAY WOG, DECEMBER 17. 1864,
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Supplement to tile Teiegrapit.
In order to accommodate our numerous ad_
c riising customers, we shall issue a supple
taint to the TEIS.OIIAPH, on Wednesday nest.
Nu edition of TEN THOUSAND will be printed,
!ticl advertisements for the same should be
',laded in by Tuesday evening.
THE Legislature will assemble• . in this city
two weeks from nest Monday.
Ova first page contains a large amount of
lorious news from the armies of the Union.
Do not forget the great say, -of captured
rebel cattle, to commence on Monday, at
York, Three thousand head will be sold.
A. WEDDING occurred at Altoona a couple
of Sundays ago, and two days after being
• , hitched," the bride ran away with another
EIT,LINGIM AND FOOTE'S combination of at
tractions at the National Hall, corner Second
and South streets, Wednesday evening, De
TFIE Northumberland County Bank, at Sha
mokin, is now a national institution. Its ti
tle is "Nothumberland County National
Tun Ebensburg Alleghanian contains the
following bit of wholesome advice: "If you
want a good daily newspaper, subscribe for the
CATTLE COMING. —On Saturday last, two
thousand head of cattle, the fruits of Gen.
Merritt's expedition to Loudoun Valley, Va.,
passed through Frederick, Md., en r.nde, for
GERMAN REFORMED CHURCH, CHESTNUT ST.
—Divine service to-morrow (Sabbath) morn
ing and evening at the usual hour. Preach
ing by the pastor elect, the Rev. Wm. H. R.
Seelig of the copperheads say they will have
to quit attending church, as the preachers are
all opposed to their (copperhead) party, A
country editor says "the preachers are also
united in their opposition to the devil."
Orin of the teachers at Middleburg, Snyder
county, while whipping a boy, accidentally
knocked an eye out of another. The rod was
broken, and the end of it struck the unfortu
nate lad in the eye, with the result stated.
DABS'EY, while carrying a basket of eggs
from market, this morning, met with a col
lision. His feet slipping, the pavement flew
up and knocked him down, and the eggs were
scattered in every direction. A costly acci
dent. at this season of the year.
Islorwrrnsramonio the very inclement state
of the weather throughout the night, market
was well attended this morning, and the dis
play of everything was ablindant. "Locomo
tion" was rather difficult, on account of the
ice that covered the pavements.
Tar. rain which fell last night glazed the
fi l o of nature in this region, making the
streets and sidewalks as smooth as glass and
as sl e ek as soft soap. If the majority of our
population: didnot "come down" this morning,
it exhibits szt alarming state of depravity,
since it is the aleked that are said to stand, on
Ai. ter laces.
Dismounts.—Last :.vening the notorious
Cal Barris was arrested I t :s' officer Weitzel for
drunkenness and disorderly conduct. When
in the lock-up her screams anti oaths annoyed
the citizens within several squares of the
Mayor's office, until she was finally sent to
Fort Simmons, where she became (post
in greatest attraction in Ar city is caused
by the exhibition of a large.and varied assort
ment of fancy goods, adapted -for Christmas
and New Year gifts, by Kunkel & Bro., 118
Market street. We would advise all who de
sire anything in their line to give them a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
ENGUIAVINGS FOB CEOffsniAS PREBENTS.- -The
finest stock of engravings, plain' and colored,
ever brought to this city can now be seen at
W. Knoche's Music Store, 93 Market street.
All friends of this art are invited to call and
examine, as they certainly can spend an hour
very delightfully in looking over this selection.
ROW TO SHOW YOVIC FRTENDSHTP FOB This
PAPER.-4.We can adopt the following language
of a cotemporary:
"Subscribe and pay for it. Send your
printing and advertising to this (Ace. Help
to make the paper interesting by sending
items of local interest to the reader. Do not
expect the editor to call attention to your
business for nothing. Come forward and
pay the bills due this office. If any of our
readers consider these suggestions•personal
we advise them to ease their conscience at
Loon. our FOE aN IMPOSTQR.—We have been
informed that parties are soliciting subscrip
tions for the new brass band about being
started in this city. Those really engaged in
the organization of this band, have never au
thorized any person to solicit such subscrip
tions, and therefore the persons asking money
for this purpose are rank impostors, whom
the public should sternly repulse. If the
members of the band find it necessary to _ap
peal to their fellow citizens for aid, the pro
per notices will be given in the TELEGRAPH,
and a reputable committee appointed to wait
on the people.
A Sayan lIIMAL TO HLBBr DAVIS.—We find
the following description of the presentation
of a medal to our young friend Harry Davis,
the artist of the Panorama of the Great Re
in the Star of Gwent, published at
PRESIENTATION.—Coffa y bathodyn hyn am
ddydd Llnn, Hydref 24ain, 1864, ar ba
ddiwrnod y cyftwynodd Hard H. Davis, 0
Went, yn Nehendir Cymru, Lyir o Blanbigion
gwyllt Americanaidd wedi en casgln a'u sychu
wndio et i Arglwyddes Llanofer "Gwenynen
Gwent," yn Eisteddfod Cymreigyddol Llano
fer.—A medal containing the above inscrip
tion was presented to Mr. Henry H. Davis,
the well known painter of the Panorama of
the. American War. The medal is of silver,
bearing on one side a representation of the
leek surrounded by oak leaves, and the re
verse, wheat and the mistletoe. The medal
has two clasps or buckles with white and
green ribbon. The upper one bearing the
name of Lady Llanover, the lower one that
of the Welsh artist, Harry H. Davis. The
words ..Cympaygedion Llanofer, • Hydref
Ma," are also mmeibed ou the medal. ._
FALSE —The marriage notice of Mr. J. V.
'Buser and MisS Eva "Banks; spUblished' in our
paper of yesterday—no such marriage having
taken place. The notice was left at our (Alice
by Milton Stoner, an employee in the tele
graph office of the Pennsylvania Maimed
Company. He says it was only intended as a
"joke." Rather a dangerous manner of "jok
ing." Milton ! .
WE publish some very important; news this
morning. Some of our forces have advanced
from Tennessee into Virginia, along the East
Tennessee and Virginia railroad which is one
of the principal lines running to Lynchburg,
and over which the rebels at "Irmond re
ceived a large portion of theiripp lies.--
Other glorious news will be foundin this
TEE HtTAVRESS OF THE MrSSISSIPPL—To
night Miss Fanny - B. Price will make her fare
well appearance at Brant's Hall. On this oc
casion she will sustain her popular character
Of AljAlli t THE HUNTRESS OF THE MISSISSIPPI,
in the very exciting drama of that name.
This is a capital piece, and Miami is one of
Miss Price's favorite characters. Let all who
desire to see her admirable performances go
to Brant's Hall this evening. The Theatre
will be closed for a short time after to-night.
On Monday next Rouse's great Combination
Company will Nave our city, for a very short
season, during which time they will visit
Reading; Lancaster and several other cities
and towns. We heartily recommend the
troupe to the citizens of those places, and as
sure them that they are about to witness the
very best dramatic entertainments ever given
in their respective towns. The manager,
Mr. W. A. Rouse, is a gentleman in every
sense of the term, and has the beat company
in the State, out of Philadelphia. Our breth
ren of the press will find Mr. R. prompt to
meet all engagements, or contracts made, and
a wholesouled man worthy of nenfidence,who
can safely be recommended to their patrons.
The company will re-appear in our city on the
16th of January.
BUSINESS ITE 111 S.
A GENTLEMAN from a neighboring town,
seeing a lady in the street in a very fine dress,
as he thought, begged her to be pleased to
tell him where she purchased it. The lady, a
little surprised at the question, called him an
"Nay; I hope no offence, madam," cried he;
"I am a man, just going out of town, and my
wife generally expects I should bring her
something, and_ as it is near Christmas, I
thought a fine dress like that, would: not fail
to please a gucle house wife, which occasioned
"Sir, it was purchased at A. F. Brandt's
new cheap store on the southeast corner of
Walnut and Second streets," where the gen
tleman called after relating his story,:and had
his wishes amply gratified. deel7-2t
The undersigned being desirous of closing
out his stock on account of taking an inven
tory, will sell the following articles until Jan
uary let, 1865, at lower than Philadelphia and
New York wholesale prices:
Ladies' bonnets and hats.
Ladies' cloaks and circulars. •, _ •
Fur capes and muffs.
Ladies'and Misses'woolen hoods and nubias.
Sontags and riding hoods.
Comma's, plain, embroidered and hem
Embroidered and morning collars.
Ribbons, bonnet silks, velvets, flowers,
rushes, laces, bonnet ornaments, feathers, &c.
Dealers would do well to call and examine
my stock, as they can buy their goods lower
than city wholesale prices. Call one and all
and judge for yourselves. M. MAYER'S
Bonnet and cloak store, IS Market street,
between River alley and Front street.
To THE LIDLES OF HARRISBURG. —ln order
to reduce my stock of dry goods previous to
taking inventory, I have redubed all kinds of
dress goods twenty-eve 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, sh:lwls, scarfs, gloves, hose and hun
dreds of other articles suitable for holiday
Spl. Brownold, corner Second and Market,
opposite Jones House, Harrisburg.
Um undersigned, having just returnedfrOnl
New York and Philadelphia, respectfully calls
the attention of the public to his large stock
of ready-made clothing and piece goods; also
Gents' furnishing goods of every, description
—the finest and best assortment in the city.
Call and examine. WM. SAYFORD,
del4-4t No. 85 Market St.
SULLIVAN 8.13111LD, CLAIM AGENT, has re
moved his office from the DArror Tann:nuns
Building to WALNUT STREET, an DOOR BELOW
TRIEtD, OPPOErITE STATE CAPITOL 110 M. All
claims for Premiums, Bounties and Back Pay
promptly attended to. dB-tf
SonsrrrulF,s furnished on the most reasona
ble terms at the office of Sullivan S. Child,
Claim Agent, Walnut street, opposite State
Capitol Hotel. Principals wishing substi
tutes will do well to call at once. - decl2•dtf
USE THE SuFFEßra's Beim—col/ins' Syrup
of Roots, Barks and Herbs.—lt will cure
coughs, colds, sore throat, croup, bronchitis,
asthma, an., &c. For sale atJ. M Bomprd
ner's, corner of Fourth and 'Market streets.
SIIEST/TIITE PAPERS promptly made out by
Sullivan S. Child, claim agent, Walnut street,
3d door below Third. dB-dlm
Da. Mliaron'e King of Pain should. be kept
in every family. Will cure Headache, Tooth
ache, Earache in three minutes. Diarrhceo;
Bloody Flux, pain in the Bank and Side, Man
mation of the Kidneys and Liver Canaplaint
and Palpitation of the Heart. Sole agent for
the State, S. A. KUNKEL A. BRO.,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
All orders from a distance prouPptly attended
to. s ept2o-tf_
Film AND Act= can be eared. Do not
think because you have tried everything you
could read or hem 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
fora week or two, but it is a perfect care. A
trial of this will convince you and your neigh
bors. It can be had only at No. 27, South
Pine street, by Mrs. L. Ball. ootl7-tf
oar Encimq ITN out HZ c D I I—Dr, Inekrow
having become eminently smicessfal in curing thin ter
rible malady, invites all simihirly afflicted to call or ;mad
for nimbus of references and testimonials of numerous
cases cured of hum one to twenty-four years' standing
He devotes his attentiorrespecialfy to diseases of the,Cer
ebroSpinal Axis, or Nervous System, and solicits an In
vestigation of his claim to public confidence. •
He may be consulted at, his private residence, N 0.1.41
West 424.04' 00 t, from 10 e. 111.4101 4 r • /Ay except
Satardspand-Sunday. Addreesall4etters , te— , --..
F. B. LOMBOW,A,Wirioet
A PURELY VEGETABLE TOMO
INV/OONATING AND ST6INGTHENIVrO
Fortifies the system against the evil effects of 'lnsw ole
Will cure dyspepsia. . .. .
Will cure weakness.
Will cure general debility. '
Will cure heartburn.
Will cure headache:
Will sure liver complaint.
Will excite and create a healthy apostite.
Will invigorate the organs of digestion, and moderately
increase the temperature of the body and the force of the
circulation, acting in fact as a general corroborant of the
system, containing nopoisonous drugs, and is
The REST TONIC BITTERS in the WORLD.
A fair trial is earnestly solicited.
GEO. C. HUBEEL & co., PROMETORS, Homy, N. Y.
Gentralltst American Express Building; 55 HUDSON
ST., NEW YORK.
gtiv- For sale by Druggists, Grocers, Ac,
lk M. GROSS & CO.. Harrisburg, Wholesale Agent and
for sale by J. N. LUTZ, C. K. RELLEEt, GEO. WINTERS
and S. A. KUNKEL. octl4-dlrm
Keller's. is the Place,
AND if you fail to go to Keller's before -ma
ing your purchases you may regret lt. You will
there dud the most beautiful display of tine goods, and
the greatest variety yet offered in this city. It would be
vain to attempt to number or describe them; they must
be seen. Call. It is our business to sbow good?; yours
to buy, if you see proper.
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR- A.
WE RAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
WE RAVE .GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
Appropriate to All.
In addition to our special FANCY GeOIS, we have the
usual large stock - of TOILET ARTICLES .and PERFUME
RY; which remains unrivaled in this,city.
KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOODS
A Fine Assortment of Jewelry
GEO. W. M'OALLA ,
NO. 38 DiAREET STREET, HARRISBURG,
Has now the finest, best selected and moat desirable selec
tion of Jewelry ever brought to Harrisburg, which he
will sell at prices to suit the times, Toe stock embraces,
in nett, the following articles :
Gold and silver watches,
Fine coral, topaz, amethyst, mirl, onyx and gold sejesof
Fine diamond, carbuncle and seal ship. , •
Gutta-perelia pens and pencils, tooth picks, &c.
Gold and.silver chains.
Gold dad silver thimbles
Lockets agd sleeve buttons.
Fins and elr-rings of all descriptions.
Silver and plated ware.
Silver tea and table spoons.
Sugar and preserve spoons, berry:dielies, butter Utvea
and fruit knives,
Breskfast and dinner ceders.
Syrup pitchers, cake baskets and salt stands.
Children's cups, goblets and call bells.
Fancy bronzed mantle ornaments. •
Plated spoons and forks.
• And an extensive assortment'of flee clocks:
n— Ladies and gentlemen in search of presents for the
hdlidays, will do well to examine this stock, before pur
chasing elsewhere. •
,'All goods warranted as represented when sold.
decl4 , •
VERY LOW PRICES
DURING THE HOLIDAYS,
TO REDUCE figrrOClK. )
At .1)70. 52 Market .street
rpRE subscriber returns his sincere. tbarihs
A. to his friends and the public generally, for their ve,rF
liberal patronage during the past four years,. and begs
leave to Inform them that he haßa very elegant assorted
stock or fine Watches, Chains, Rings, Pins, Sleeve But
tons, Scarf Pins, Charms, Cold Pens, Gold and Silver
Thimbles„ Spoons, Butter. Knives, Salt, Sugar
Cream and Preserve Spouts; Silver-Plated Cups, Goblets,
Cake Baskets, Berry Dishes, Syrup Pitchers, Breakfast
Tea, and Dinner Castors, lkc., which will make very We
gent and durable - Christmas Presents. Call and examine
for yourselves. Make selections while the assortment is
full. No.pains sparettio shovr goods. •
All the above sold a very small pron.
declhlf A. F. ZIMMERMAN.
Knoche's Music Store,
93 Market Street.
P IANOS, GabilLet Organs' and 'Melodeons.
Piano Etoo•s and Covers.
Guitars, Flutes, Violins, etc.
Musical Works of an descriptions.
Portfolios fur Sheet Music.
,Shed Music, the latest and most popular publications.
Engravings, Paintings, Photographs.
Oval and square gilt Walnut and Rosewood Frames.
Albums, the largest and best assortment in the city.
Call and examine the stock of the largest Music More
this side.of the great cities. W. KNOCHE,
decl4-tjanl 9g Market street.
SHISLER & FRAZER
HAVE, and are receiving goods in their
usual line, for Christmas, for families, consisting, of
VuicE SPICE, RAISINS, In all sized packages, Figs asd
Prunes, Apples, Cider, Wine, Brandy, Rum, Ac, Prepared
ABM Meat, put up by the most celebrated manufacturer,
Mr. Atmore Fine new crop New Orleans Molasses and
Sorghum Syrup, a . domestto which is considered a fine ar
ticle for baking purposes. deol4
HOLIDAY GOODS !
124 AIIIII4DINCE AT
SE LL ma s
DRUG AND FANCY GOODS STO3II,
No. el. MAISSILT STENS!.
WE are happy in presenting t o our pa
trons again this season, an entire mew, stock or
Fancy Goods for the holidays. "fresh - from the hands of
importers, and at prices astonishingly low for the times.
Purchase your holiday presents row while the assort
ment is full and varied. decB
HAVING returned from New York and
Philadelphia with our usual fine Mock of goods for
the holidsys, would respectfully invite early attention
thereto. • O. K. SELLER,
decEnf 91 Market street;
P ATENT C I
And Bill Holders,
For sale at Soheffer's Bookstore, Harrisburg, k , a. se2t
CHRISTMAS is cominf u , so don't fail to *all
‘,../ and examine our stock or e Groceries and Queens
ware, just received. at WM. IL GRAY
(Rouser and Lochman's old stand, Harker square.)
AA LOT of Sze, Catawba Grapes, just .re=
calved and tor eale at WM. IL GMAT & CO. ,
(mower and Lockman's old Maud, Market square.)
VINE ELTNOII ;law:Ns, in-small bo esp,
1 just 7ecetre4 at - W3L m GRAY &
lay,wier RIR Usliniggi,9ll.oo4../Dskekeinare.)
1864 Christmas 1564
Ladies Sable Furs,
Ladies' Fitch Furs,
A Large Assortment of Dress Goods,
Embroidered Collars, Sontags, Nnbias,
Alexander's Kid Gloves,
Balmoral Skirts, Hoods,
Stock is Complete.
G. 91 Market Street.
Our Fine Fura have been manufactured ex-
OUR CHRISTMAS SALES.
We are now receiving them from the mann-
We can. give purchasers a decided advantage
In all other goods
The Prices Dave been Reduced.
No. 14 Market Square,
Next Door to the Harrisburg Bank
No. 62 Market St., Harrisburg,
lIAS just returned from New York and
Philadelphia, and. Is prepared to offer to the citi
zens of Harrisburg and vicinity the choicest and most
-STOCK OF GOODS
In his line ever offered in this city, consisting in part of
Floe Gold. EtFiting-cased
ENGLISH, AMERICAN .ANM , SWISS WITCHES,
Tea Setts, .
• Butter Dishes,
Butter & Fruit Knives,
Soup Ladles, •
FINE JEWELRY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
White and Black Onyx,
Huby and Pearl Setts,
Initial Sleeve Buttons and studs,
Gold and./et Crosses,
Necklaces for ladies and children,
Gold and Silver Thimble,
Gold Guard, °betels's', Vest and
Dawson, Warren and Hyde's and John Foley's celebra
ted Gold Pens, in gold, silver and gutter _ percher holders
Seth Thomas ' "celebrated Calendar Regulators,' s and
an endless variety of everything in his line.
We reverse the old maxim, and invite ladies and gen
tlemen to call at other places first, then give us a call and
see the difference in stock and prices. We defy compe ‘ ,
Often. W. BRADY,
deolLs . 62 Market street.
1 N pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Dauphin county, will be exposed to sale,
On SATURDAY, the 24th day of December, 1804, at the
Court Reuse, in Harrisburg, at 2 o'clock r.. a., the follow
ing real estate :
A certain lot of ground on Race street, in the city of
Harrisburg, and fronting on said street ninety feet, and
extending in depth one hundred and ninety-three feet,
whereon is erected a HOUS 4 , ILC ; the interest of Thomas
Fagan, (a minor.)
Attendance will be given and conditions of sale made
known by D tNIEL SHRHSLEY,
Guardian, &c, of said minor.
3NO. Ruestian, Glerk 0. C.
Harrisburg, December 8,1884, decl4 d3tawts
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PHOTO
/M. GRAM CARDS, new subject, from the Scripture,
and suitable for Christmas presents, or for Sabbath
schools, at S. WARD'S MUSIC STORS,
declatuasat Third street
VrARTELS GREAT PICTURE OF CEN
ILL TRAL PARS, just finished, on view and for ode
at, toe following named establishments : Messrs. BALI,
BLACK & APPLETON'S. Brosulwav New York,
and at . S WARD'S blued STORE,
declB4l.2l,4tagat. . , Third street.
IVOT/OE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that an
IA election for mien directors of the First National
rank. of movab l y & to wee foe the ensuing , year, will
be held at the banking banne; - ou Tuesday, the 10th day of
J4114?4.7.n05t, between the hours of 10 and "4 o'clock.
S. IL :SMALL,
"declo-co yaw - • " ' • Ca2hler. .
liArnitrE MEAT.--EL fresh supply of Alines
A.U.,ll„.skfusrinreitait.:_itilL.g.fll 4 4l"
Ladies' Silver Martin Furs,
Ladies' Siberian Squrrel Furs,
Ladies' American Mink Furs,
Ladies' Native Hudson Bay Fars,
Ladles' French Sable Furs,
Ladies' Imitation Ermine Furs
Chlit4reu 9 s Furs
EVE RY DESCRIPTION-.
Shawls a' Reduced Pzicea,
Broca Bordered Scarfs,
Gloves, Lace Collars,
Genuine Bek Lace Veils,
Embroidered Setts, &a., &s
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Fine Solid Silver and Plated Ware,
A FURNISHED ROOM, with a parlor
IX cooking stove, by a gentleman and wife who wlsh
to board themselves. Leave word at IRIS OFFICE.
PRINCIPALS WANTED for three alien
substitutes. Enquire of the landlord of the Far
mer's Hotel, Market street, Harrisburg. deol6-2t*
WANTtD.—A good two-horse team
wagon•. Enquire at THIS OFFICE.
A MAN or boy to take charge of a horse.
A good gardener preferred . 24 North Second street
decl4-dlo• DAVID DIDINA.
?71, A MONTH! I want Agents every
/ where, at VO a month, expenses paid, to sell
Vteen diliciee, the best selling ever ofrerea. Full par
ticulars free. Address, OTIS T. GAItSY
n0164.1m - Sni Biddeford, Maine.
AVANTED.-$125 A 1)10.N :
Agents everywhere, to introduce the new
Shaw ce. Clark Sixteen . Dollar- Family Sewing
Machine, the only low price machine in the
country which Is licensed by Grover & Baker, Wheeler
& Wilson, Howe, Singer & Co„ and Batchelder. Salary and
expenses; or large commissions allowed AU other Ma
chines now sold for less than forty dollars each are in
fringements, and the seller and user liable. Illustrated
circulars sent free. Address, SHAW ,& CLARK,
nolti dawSzn • Biddeford, Maine.
A. Grand Exhibition
KUNKEL & BRO'S
Drug and Fancy Store 9
NO. 118 MARKET STREET
THE following are some, of the articles to
be Obtained, appropriate to the season :
Bohemian Glass Vases. ' Flower Stands.
" Toilet Bottles. Watch Stands.
Cigar Stands. Match Stands.
Cigar Ash Stands. Reading and Book Stands.
Fancy Fans. Fancy Riding Whips,
Card Cases, pearl and Canes.
leather. Cat Glass Colognes.
• LEATHER GOODS.
Dressing Cases. Shaving Cases.
Ladies' Companions, Ladies' Satchels.
Cabs Satchels. Porter°lids.
Cigar Cases. Match Cases. .
Portemonnales. Ladles' Purses.
Powder Puff Boxes. Ha Mirrors.
Toilet Waters. Toilet Soaps.
Brushes. ' Pomades.
Sachets. Burnett's Toilet Pelts
Writing Cases. Sewing Cases.
Cavalry Cases. _ Folio.s.
Leather and Wick e r , Pocket Mirrors.
Flasks. Money Belts.
Leather, Metal and Gum
Wooden Puzzles. Fancy Boxes -
Meerschaum Pipes. Work Boxes.
Brier Floes. Box of Cigars.
Pocket gniVl33. Leather and Gum Balla
Fine Razors. Fine Dominoes.
aeries for 1885. Thermometers.
Also, a great Tar/ay of Lava Ware, all of ;Web can be
had at KUNKEL & BRO'S DRUG STORE,
decTtf No. 118 MARKET STREIT, HARRISBURG.
E. S. G E RMAN,
RELIGIOUS BOOR ,STORE,
Tract and Sonday,Dchool Depository >
27 S. Second street, below Market Square,
HARRISBURG, PEN NA.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, all kinds of
Bitdes t llysna Books, School Books and Stationery
of every de'cription, Photograph Albums, Music Books,
Go 'd Peas, Diaries for 1865, Almanacs, School Furniture,
such as Globes, etc. Alto, a splendid assortment of Gift
Books for the holidays Depot• lor Ellsworth's Copy
Books. Sunday School Books at publisher's prices'
German Books of all kinds, all of which will be sold at
wholesale or retail denl4
OFFICE, FIRST DrvisioN,
WASH:MOTO; November 30,1804.
Will be sold at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, at
the times and places named below, via -
JOHNSTOWN, Pa., THURSDAY, December 15, 1864.
TRENTON, N. J., THURSDAY, December 22, 1864.
Two hundred Cavalry Homes at each place.
These Homes have been condemned as unilt for the
cavalry service of the army.
For road sad farming purposes many good bargains
may be had.
Horses sold singly.
Sale to commenee at 10 o'clock A ;
Terms: Cash in Government funds.
JAMES A. ERIN,
Colonel in Charge First Division,
decB-tdec2o Quartermaster General's Office,
Alt. JOHN KEMMERER respectfully lu
lu_ forms the public that he has removed his
HAIR CUTTING AND SHAMPOOING SA
To No. 97, Market slreet,,(Wiln; building,) where he hag
an elegantly furnished room, with Hot and Cold Baths .
The public are Invited to give him a call. decl2-diw
HARRISBURQ NATIONAL BANK, 1
December 10, 1864. 1
THE annual election for thirteen.dixectors
of this bank will beheld., as required by the national
currency act, on Tctesday, the 10th day of January nest,
at the banking house, between the hours of 1 0.a.:1f and
3P. It. ' J. W. WEIR,
declo-te . Cashier.
NATIONAL ROUSE RESTAURANT.
T HAVE re-fitted and opened the above
1 named restaurant, where all the delicacies of the
season will be served up, such as Oysters, Game, Terra
pin, &c. The public are most refpectfully invited to call:
Families supplied with oysters. A. J. WAIRMALD.
B.—Fies lunch given every day from 103; to 3.1%
ON the 14th inst., between North street
and Miller's School House, on Pennsylvania Ave
nue, a Portmonuale, containing about $5O in small bills;
also, a Round Rouse check of $BO in favor of Daniel
Shafer, and one of $4O 12 Biped by John Wallower, and
payable to the undersigned, and some other papers and
Butcher's Bills. A liberal reward will be paid thu fiuder
upon leaving the portmounale and contents at THIS
OFFICE', or with the undersigned, on Walnut street.
decls Jaw youNG
Fanny' Ribbed Balls,
A full assortment at BERGNER'S Bookstore.
H. C. ORTFI,
Teacher of the Piano, Melodeon, Violin
No. 15, THIRD STEM, MOW KAMM%
FOR THOROUGH INSTRUCTION IN
Use Bessurest Anal Singing : an Analytical and Prac
tical System for the Cultivation of the Voice. This work
13 prepared on a rigidly scientific basis, and universally
admitted to be the moit desirable work for teachers and,
scholars. Price, for• Soprano Voice, Complete, - $4 00:
Abridged, $0 00 For 'tenor Voice, $4 00. Mailed post
paid. OLIVER DITdON & CO, Publishers, Boston.
FRESH CRACI ' FL—Boston Wine Bie-
R cults, Boston Milk Biscuits, Boston Butter Bis
cuits, Boston Oystor Crackers, Boston Pic-nio Crackers,
Trenton Butter Orekere, just received at
1718 BOYER k Kompla.
zer i successors tosii. Deck, jr, &Co„ have on hurt
36 dozen hickory buskers. Price S 6 60 per dozen. leo
NEW FIGS, by the drum= car pOund just
received at int: X GRAY & Co•,
(Houser and Loettman's old stand, Market square )
A LARGE Lia . of Cedar and Willow ware
just received it GRAY &130,
(Moaner end I..!oClitmates old stand, Market square ,) decig . - •
VALENTIA RAISINS, a new invoice, at
. nog MO= ic MOO*
NATIONAL BALL :1'
Come. of Second and South streets
POSITIVELY FIVE DAYS ONLY,
Commencing on WEDXESDAY EVENING,Dec. 21, 186&
Matinees Thursday, Salurday and Monday afternoons, at
ELLINGEK & FOOTE'S
GREAT MORAL EXHIBITION
The moat attractive Amusement now
The Three Wonderful Lilliputian,
Com. Foote & Sister,
(Not half the size of Tom 'numb and Wife)
COL. S A. .1, r.
Thil Great Female Character Dancer.
In combination with these wonders of nature is tris:‘
Mrs. C. GI-.
FOR/driiRLY MRS. ELIMGER,
Celebrated Vocalist and Pianist, together With.
THE OLD CONTINENTAL VOCALIST'S
W. D. FRAIVELIN,
J. W. SAWA, •
Prof. G. H. BROOKS.
LOOK OUT FOR THE
LILIAPU TIA.N CHARIO r
This magnificent carriage, entirely new and szarcely
larger than a bushel basket costing over $2,000, will•
pass through-the principal streets and from the
Jones House to the Hall •at eaah of the
day exhibitions, containing
Com. Foote and Sister and Col, Small,
SIX WHITE TRAINED COATS!
Doors open at 7, commence at 73. o'c'ock
Admission—Private Boxes, $3 to $5, accordingto loca
tion Paraxpaette, 50 cents. Gallery 25 cents. Ladies to
the, Matinees, 25 cents. Children 15 cents. No half
price at night.
COL WM. FILLINGER, Manaeng Proprietor
G. G. RUSSEL, Business Manager.
JAR. S. JAKWAY.
BRANTS HALL. BRANT'S HALL
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTEENTH, AND LAST
NIGHT OF THE SEASON.
Rcuse,s Star Combination Company,
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Rouse's Star Combination Company,
Last Night of the Season!
The management respect!ully announces that this
exentng has been selected as the
Farewell Benefit r
And last appearance of the favorite Actre:ss and
Miss Fanny DenhamA
Last appearance of the young Tragedicnno
MISS FANNY B. PRICE,
Who will appear la her great character, pectiliarl3,
adapted to her, of
MIAMI THE HUNTRESS!
THIVATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 17, MD
For the first time in this city,
THE HUNTRESS OF THE MISSISSIPPI
Norton—On and after this evening, the curtain will rich
at half.past 7 o'clock.
Q-z-For further portionless zee programme.
THE LONG LOOKED FOR HAS COME!
"IigALTH AND ILAPP/NRLS TO TUE SONS AND DATORTSS4.S OF
SYRUP. OF ROOTS ._
. BARS AND HERBS,
FOR the Cure of Coughs, Colds,Sore Throat,
Croup, Bronchitis, Asthma, and all similar com
The object of this Medicine is to soothe and ease-the
cough ; to dissolve the congealed phlegm that adheres
and sticks to the throat, which excites hacking hawking,
and coughing ; to relieve the Irritation in the throat,
which is producgd by catching cold on the slightest ex
posure. It extFectorates the diseased matter that has ac
cumulated in the Lungs which retards and oppresses the
respiratory or breathing organs, heals and nourishes the
lungs and bronchial tubes.
This medicine gives tone to the stomach, it purifies and
circulates the blood, which causes oppression of the
chest and difficulty in breathing.
Good News for Mfothers and Children.—Here is the
sufferer's balm ; keep•lLin.yout , family skikeesaccomes
as thief in the night, and your child is suffocated by the
awful disease, Croup, or similar complaints. Here is a
preventative—it is nature's friend.
These Medicines are prepared and sold by
Indian Medicine Man, near the corner of Third street and
Straw berry alley.
Also, for sale at the Drag Stern of
J. H. BOMGARDNER,
Corner of Fourth and Market streets, Harrisburg.
'Ali orders, should be
. iMdresn. d to DR S. COLLINS,
These Medicines are purely Vegetable.
AUCTION SALE OF CAPTURED STOCK,
On .Monday, December 19, 1864.
MIZE undersigned will sell at Public Sale,
at the Moller House drove yards, York, Pa., 1800
heed of captured cattle, more or less,consisting oi Mile.h
Cows, Sults, Yearlings and Calves. Alin, 1,000 head of
Lester and Merino Sheep, more or less. A large number
of the cattle are Durham and Devonshire.
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock, A on said day, and
continue from day today until all are sold. Terms cash
in U. S. currency. By order of H. A. RISLEY,
Supervising Special Agent, Treasury Departinent.
E. O. PARKHURST,
Assistant Special Agent.
GEO. W. McCALLA S
No. 38 Market Street, Opposite the Jones
HAS just received a large assortment of
Jewelry, &c., suitable for Holiday Preeents, and
UMW, the public to give him a call. Select your present
while the assortment is fulL dechdlm
• Information Free
TO NERVOUS .8 UFFERER
AGENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous De
bility, Incompetency, Premature Decay, and_Tonth
sucError, actuated by a desire to benefit others, willhe
happy to furnish to all who need It, (free of charged the
receive and directions for making the simple remedy wind
in his case. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's
bad experience, and possess a sure and valuable remedy,
can do so by addressing him at once at his place of buta
nes. The Recipe and fan information—of vital impor
Lance—will f e cheerfully sent by retina mail.
Address JOHN B. CGDEN,
No. 00 Nassau Street, New York
Pr s,—Nervous sufferers of both sexes will find this
information invaluable. iro29-dawSm
Great Musical Establishusent.
No. 481 BROADWAY, NIFW 'roar.
MI J IGHTY New Pianos, Melodeons, Flame
niiira, Alexandre and Cabinet Organs, a Wholesale
and MAI. P:ices low. SECOND HAND PIANO' at
great hugalas, prices from VD to $2OO. New 7 00tave
Pianos, $260 and $275, with carved legs and mouldings,
$2OO and upwards. Melodeons, $65 to $2.50.
A large stock of SHEET litUara-mizsra BOOKS, and
all kinds of MUSICAL Daritum.E.Ws, and Mope Mer
cnandlse at Ms Zoioest rates. 10,000 sheets otmusic, M.-
tle coiled , .at 1% cents per Page.
received, this morning, Mc:honer dr.
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