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TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1864.
Pennsylvania Congressional Election.
KELP OCTOBER 11, 1864,
Army vote •
Myers. " li'ucktoalter.
12th Ward •
Myers' majority. 1,475
DISTRICT-PHILA. (PART) AND DUCES
Army vote ..
Thayer's majority... 278
. . 3, 345 5,302
Broonaairs majority.. 3,677
Stevan& majority.... 4,460
(it la alleged that the election officers in two
of the strongest copperhead districts in
Schuylkill county N't.l 3 !,a not sworn at all, and
that sufficient frauds' ha' been discovered to
elect the Union candidate, Air. Fisher.)
Reta.a.T. D e 71n71
3,318 2, 514
(Gross frauds have also bean discovered in
Luzerne county, where Dennison has a large
majority If Mr. Ketcham contests his seat
Mr. Dennison will find it hard to prove that
he is the legally elected Congressman.
10,944 • 9,837
.. • • • ;5;97.1.1
.3,408 • .2,512
g;826 . 5,651
, 413 ' ' -• ",
• a —671 615
..5,795 . 2,618
. 1,162 1,270
. 319 622
.. 912 1,308
Mereur's majority .. .1,002
Geo. P. Miller. W. H. Miller.
Northumberland ....:...2,,446. . 3,257
Union . 1,816 ' 1,255
Snyder 1,457 • 1,225
Juniata ' 1,243 1,605
Dauphin 4,657 3,750
Geo. F. Miller's maj. 527
. 4 930 7,432
Koontz. . Off roth.
.. 2,233 2,644
.. 292 115
. • - 513 803
39 . 12
.. 405 141
Roontz's majority.... 68
. 1,593 2,634
. 2,534 2,209
. 381 108
. 2,539 2,022
. 293 122
.. 203 161
Barker's maj 509
Culver's maj 1,410
426 . 128
Array Tote. ..
Fayette.— - -
Dawson s majority
(Since the meeting of the returnjudges a
thorough examination has been made of the
soldier vote, and it has positively been ascer
tained that Dr. Sisyra FELLrza, the Union can
didata, has been elected by a majority of 15. -
Mr. Dawson holds the cextificate of election,'
but Dr. Fuller will contest his seat, and we be
lieve übtain his seat without difficulty.)
Allegheny, (part,),., ..11,233
Moorhead's maj 4,220
Army vote .....
Williams' maj . 3,558
Lawrpnce's 41t8.1 1,616
A. PEOPLE'S MUTUAL COAL COMPANY was or
fr-ed in Boston Tuesday. The object of
the ca mnization is to give the stockholders
0001 at -ost, besides a dividend of profits.
The PialK-43 of the company is situated in
one of tow-hest coal districts of Pennsyl
vania. ' -'- -
Tmt KenakiakaA r , N H.;•Low Price-At:moth?,
tion is now' deli '.g its wood at ix price
which renders iif 6,14 4." , the consumei,inclua-,
lag t cost of surverab and hauling, $7 60
- - Nashville tair r esP4lderttg UP? VW
Incie esti/ 12 4W; the rebcl 445 Othe b ' 134
; . klki. at 8000; and the Palen,' Mee EitIMO.
LATER FROM GENERAL THOMAS,
The Operations of the 16th.
Ed. Johnson's Entire Division, Including al
the Brigade Commanders, Captured.
A Brigade of Rebel Cavalry . De
Orders of General. Breckinridge
No News from General Sherman
... 2,994 1,211
.... 2,805 1,913
... 1,352 . 2,766
E ENEMY VIGOROUSLY PURSUED,
BELS SHORT OF LEAD AND FORAGE
A CALL FOR 300,000 MEN
WLR DsPenn/ENT, 9 P. Zd., WARRINGTON,
December 19, 1864.
Major Genera/ John A. Dix, New York:
The folloiring report of his operations on
yesterday has been received from Major Gen.
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT CIIM3ERLAND,
NEAR SPRINGRII,L, December 18.
The enemy haie been vigorously pushed to
day, but has studiously avoided any attack by
my troops. I have succeedr,d in taking a few
prisoners, some two (ir three hundred, but
our captures are light m comparison with the
successes of the past few days.
The pursuit will be continued in the morn
ing at as early an hour as the troops can
The following copies of orders found in
Breckinridge's camp in East Tennessee for
HEADQUARTERS DEPARENVET VA., AND t
EAST TESNESSEE, %
WYS SEVILLE, VA.,. Dec. 2, 1864..
GENERAL ORDERS 110. 27.
In accordance "with instructions received
from the Ordnance "Department at Richmond,
that It has become of vital importance to
husband small arms, ammunition and lead,
the following order is published: All lead
which can be gleaned from battle fields or
otherwise obtained will be collected by the
brigade ordnance officers, and be sent to th
nearest arsenal. All arms to be relieved of
their loads for cleaning, the balls should be
drawn, if practicable—otherwise the loads
should be discharged into boxes of sand or
dirt, so that the lead may be recovered and
turned into the Ordnance Department.
The attention of the commanding officer is
called to the necessity of giving rise to this
order, and its rigid enforcement is strictly.en
joined by commanding offiCers.
(Signed) Maj.-Gen. BRECSINRIDGE.
J. J. STODHAAT jOHNSON, A. A. G.
HEADQUARTERS DEMARTMENT OF WEST
VA. AND EAST TENNEESSEE,
WrraErriam, Dee, 10,-;
The-attention of commanding offidera is.
called to the scarcity of fbragirin thie &tart
ment, and the absolute necessity of using
economy in its consumption.
Evidences of waste have been , observed
heretofore. The proper officers 'must in all
cases superintend the issue of forage, and
commanding officers and every company offi
cer must give his strict personal attention.
By command pf Maj. Gen. Breckinridge.
(Signed) T. H. MEYERS, A. A. G.
I have found the railroad thus far but little
disturbed, and my trains will be up by rail
road. in a day or two, at farthest. The tele-.
graph is up with me now.
I find upon receiving more correct reports .
of the operations of the 18th inst., that Maj.'
Gen. Ed John s on's entire division, with all
the brigade commanders, was captured in the
works, which were captured by assault, be
sides destroying a brigade of the enemy's cav
alry and capturing its commander, Brig. Gen..
Among the captures made to-day are the,
rebel-Brigadier General Quarles,wounded, and
a number of other rebels. also wounded; lying
in the houses by the roadside unable to get
(Signed) G. H. THOMAS,
No report for to-day has reached the depart-`
ment, except'the following, (unofficial:)
.Nasgvasx, Tenn., Dec. 19, 1 P. IL—This
forenoon the rains have been so heavy that,
little progress has - been made. Our cavalry
skirmished with the enemy a short distance,
south of Spring Hill, finding Forrest in corn-,
Mara The rivers are swelling rapidly, •
No intelligence -frotrt Gen. ShiirMan has
been received to-day.
A call and draft for three hundred thousand
troops, to- make up the deficiency occasioned
by credits on the last call, has been ordered
by the President. •
EDWIN M. STANTON,
Secretary of War,
The Rebel Army in F i lial Retreat
Thefr Rear Attacked and a Large lumber o
NASIMLLE, Dec. 19.
A courier who, left Franklin yesterday-re
ports the rebel force in full retreat.
General lifateh's cavalry attacked the rebel
rear guard ? on Saturday, capturing a large
number of prisoners:. ' _
The 4'h corps crossed the Honfourth river
at Franklin, on Sunday. morning.
. Franklin is reported as frill of rebel wound
ed, over 800(1 being left there in their retreat.
Every church and public building has been
taken - for hospitals. Nearly ' all.the churches
of this city have been appropriated . for the use'
of our wounded.
It is rumored here that Gen. Rousseau's
command attacked and routed part of For
rest's force, near Murfreesboro, on the 15th
inst. . . •
geavy rains fell yesterday' and last night,
and the river is rapidly rising. Twelve feet
of water is.reported, on the shoals.
=MEM= AT CASZYVILLF.,-BBROFED AIPTANCL
• OF 1713 =EL LYON. •
• Cargo, Dec: 19...
The steamer Alice Dean brings 230 bales of'
cotton from Memphis. - -
from -thw .that
Ahem is much excitement at
.aidAhat the Citizens have ii . eancross the riii*r ,
in conssquence of the reported advance of the
rebel Oeener l 14orea fpcces. • .±,
—8411440 Morning'Stgr was bwfait'y
guerrillas on thelOtli ultimo, at Is 2417
40. The crew were permitted to return to
;Memphis in the gunboat Gib, furnished by
the rebels, but how they became possessed of
this last vessel is unknown. - •
Officers an • - •SoldXers. Called to g
• ithe•ri - drat Order ' .
Aslbrismica.T, Dec..l9. •
The:follow - In_ has just been issued:
WA TI DEPART a , Dec. 19, 1864.--Genera/
Orders, No. M.-- very officer and soldier
capable of duty is now wanted in the field,
and if not on duty, they are ordered to their
All Provost Marshals and Boards of Enroll
ment are instructed to employ most diligent
exertions in forwarding soldiers to the front,
and in arresting deserters, shirkers and all
fit fo'r - duty, who are absent without proper
Surgeons in charge of hospitals are directed
to send forwaril all who are fit for service, tak
ing care, however, not to expose any who are
Recruiting officees are enjoined to diligence,
and those who are found guilty of neglect or
useless, the Adjutant General is directed to
recall immediately and send to their com-
Every effort must be put forth-to fill up the
ranks, strengthen the armies,. and aid the pa
triotic and gallant troops now meeting the
reeling enemy with victorious blows.
By order of the Secretary of War.
E. D. TOWNSENDA. A. G.
CANADIAN VOLUNTEERS SENT TO THE BORDER
RESIGNATION OF 'BF. CFILEF OF POLICE.
Quireue, Dec. 19.
Thirty companies of volunteers will be des
patched to the frontier this week.
Lamotte, the chief of police, has resigned
doubtless to avoid dismissal.
The report that Conrsal had resigned is nn
A ELGMIEN'T OF NEW ENGLAND CAVALRY FOR . THE
BosroN, Dec. D.—General Dix has trans
mitted an order authorizing the raising of a
new regiment of cavalry . in New England, de
signed for frontier service. One battalion of
400 men is to'be recruited in Massachusetts.
NEW Yonu, Dec. 20.
Stocks are better at the board; Chicago
and Rock Island 1071; Illinois Central 1271;
do bonds 118; Michigan Southern 72i; New
York Central 116 ;Pennsylvania coal 95; Read
ing 1164; Hudson River 115; Canton Co. 364;
M4fieouri 6s 64; Erie 914; U. S. coupons, 1881,
117; FiVe-twenties 108 h; Ten-forties 1028;
Treasury 7 3-10 s 121; since the board stocks
are lower - and heavy.
New York Stock Markets.
On the 19th inst., CHARLES LIIKRIVA, son of William and .
Samaria Lukens, aged 3 • years, 3 months and 10 days
His funeral will take place at the residence of George.
A. Derstine, on Colder street,West Harrisburg, on Thnrs
day morning at 10 o'clock, which the relatives and
friends are invited to attend without further notice.
Dearest Charley, thou hut left us,
Hero thy loss wee deeply feel;
But 'tis God who hath bereft us,
• . , 'Ho can , ail our sorrows heal. *
A LARGE and Commodious Store Room
in 'a - good location and a good business now doing.
Possession given on the'lst or April next. Enquire at
doe.lo-2taw2ml. THIS OFFICE.
AA TWO Story • Wick .House, containing
eigbt moms. Pessessiim given immediately. Ap
ply at tee promises, Second street,fourdoors east of Wash
ington Avenue. dee2o-dlts
N the Ist of April; 1865, a large House,
Euttab:e for a boarding house. Address
MARY B. HOUSTON.
GOOD WAGES and a permanent situation
will be given to stove moulders at the Mechanics
burg Foundry, Mechanicsburg, Pa S. & G. HAUCK.
ON the 9th inst., a White Pointer Bitch
- had light yellow spots oa her side. The finderw
be literally rewarded by leaving her at THIS OFFICE.
ON Sunday night, near the "TELEGBAPH"
printing office, a Pocket-Book, containing-papers,
and a number of rallroad,passes, of no value except to
the owner. A suitable reward will be paid on ita return
to idec2Odtf] THIS OFFICE.
ON_ EXECEBITInN, (for two or three days
only,) at S. WARD'S Third street Music Store, a
most magnificent Concert Grand Piano, by Steinway co
Son, New York.
Theprofession and good judges are especially invited to
call and examine the finest Piano ever brought to this
city. SILAS WARD,
der2o-It Sole agentfor Steinway k . Son.
Ho for Christmas
.At No. 109 Market Street,
TS the place to buy presents for the Holi
days. Call and exorable our stock of
FANCY BASKETS, -
WILLOW and REED ROCKING
CHAIRS for Children,
TOY ROCKETS and•ARM
FEATHER PILLOWS and BOL
PATENT SPRING BEDS,
IRON BEDSTEADS, &c.
• J. T. BARNITZ,
Market street, near' Fifth, Harthburg.
NO PIANO IS COMPLETE WITHOUT
Copies of the Following Elegant Works:
"THE HOME CIRCLE." A collection of. Marches,
Waltzes, Polkas, Schottisches, Redo Was Quadrilles, Con
tra Dances. Four Hand Pleoes and Piano Gems. .2 vials
"THE SHOWER OF PEARLS." a collection .of choice*
Duets,' with Piano Accompaniments. . "THE SILVER
CHORD," a collection of Songs, Ballads, Quartets, Duets,
Ac., with Piano Accompaniments. " OPERAIIC
P E ARLS," a collection Of Gems from the Best Operas,
with Piano AccoMpaniments. Price of each, plain,
$2 50; Cloth, $3 00; Full gilt, $4 00. Mailed post paid;
en receipt of price. OLIVER DITSON & CO., Publishers,
277 Washingernitreet, Boston. dec2.o-ue.
$450,000 - - Capital Stock.
150 ; 000 Shares--$3 00 Per .'hare.
Present lirteldr-.40.Ct bbis.
.tper Day. -
rIIWO Producing. Wells on _the “Columbia,"
j_ Oil Company's Lands, another being bored, with a
good show:: The Pearson Farm on Cherry Tree Itun..-80
acrenralto owned 5y this company in fee Onlee.
land seaprostamtes and maps, at Bigler & Co. t or
Call at once, as but a limited number or shares Will be
sold 121 this elty. J. SsIBERT,
For the Company.
Referenceii.—Bwinn CCEI SINGIELI" & mrsits. •
WHEREAS, the Auditor, General; 'as re
Iltiribetition of the act. .entitled
act enabling the banks'otbis,:eoMmenwealthlo be
iforne'aSkibiations fat the purpdso of. banking under the
laws of the tinted States," peeled on the 22d day of Au
gust-9A .m. 1864 has beaified tome teat the -.OIAERIB.-
BURS BUM" ' has furniehed sat sib:dory evidence t , him
that all the requirements of said act have been complied
with by the said bank, and that it has become an associa
tion for the purpose of banking tinder the laws of the
I do, therefore cause this notice thereof to be published
in accordance with the provisions of the said 11th section
of the said act, and do declare that the cha'ter of said
bank by the terms of said act, is deemed and taken to
be surrendered subject to the provisions of the first sec
tion of said act, A. G. cuitm,
Governor of 'Pennsylvania
Fxrcerrrit CHARARR, HARRISBURG,
•DecemlFr 20, 1864. J
NOTICE - TO TAX PAYERS.
TEE special list:of 5 per cent. tax on ir
Comes for the year 1868, is now in my bands for col
lection, and is hereby demanded for Dauphin county at
my office in Harrisburg.
To all those who neglect to pay after ten days, a special
demand will be issued, for which the law provides a fee
of 20 cents, and four cents per mile and 10 per cent. pen
&lily, after that, to be collected by distraint checks, part
ble in government funds, or the note by mail atyonr risk,
or by the hands of friends will be received.
No fees will be charged for notices issued before the
first inst. A. S. FAHNLSTOCIT,
ded2o . Collector 14th District Penna.
IMPORTANT to persons living in the upper
part of the city.
The subscriber has taken charge of the store formerly
occupied by George W. Miles, and has refitted and fur
nished it with an entire new stock of
FRESH DRUGS, MEDICNES
and all articles ritually to be found% a well appointed
Particuiar attention will be paid to the careful com
pounding of Prescriptions.
A share of the public patronage is respectfully solicited.
d.c2o-dst* WM. a. ROLMAN.
NOTICR TO SPORTSMEN. --A Large Fm ado e
Black Bear, weighing about three hundred pounds,
Is offered for sale. Apply to SAMUEL MUMMA.
de:2o-dlt. Middletown. Pa.
A Fine Assortment of Jewelry
• GEO. W. lIVCAL.LA,
NO. " 38. YARKET. STSEET, IIARBISBUSG,
Has now the finest, best selected and most desirable selec
tion of Jewelry ever brought to Harrisburg, which he
will sell at prices to suit the times. Tae stock embraces,
In part, the following,articles
Gold and silver watehea.
Fine coral, topaz, amethyst, pearl, onyx and gold setts of
Fine diamond, carbuncle and seal rings.
Gutta-percha pens and pencils, tooth picks, &c.
Gold and silver chains.
God and silver thimbles
Lockets and sleeve buttons.
Fins and ear-rings of all descriptions.
Silver and plated ware.
Silver tea and table spoons.
Sugar and preserve spoons, berry dishes, butter knives
and fruit knives. •
Bnealrfest and dinner castors.
Syrup pitchers, cake baskets and salt stands .
Children's cups, goblets and call Milk
Fancy bronzed mantle ornaments.
Dated spoons and forks.
And an extensive assortment of Ilte clocks.
inr" Ladies audgentlemen in search of .presents for the
holidays, will do well to examine this stock, before pur
chasing elsewhere. ..
gGrA.II goods warranted as represented when sold.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
frillE subscriber would inform his friends
and the public generally, that , he hat opened a shop
on the corner of Water and Nagle streets, where he is
prepared to mend BOOTS AND eiIIOES in the moat satis
factory manner (dealt-MP) A. IRWIN.
A LIGHT THREE HORSE WAGON.—Ap
13_ ply at the machine Shoo, comer or North and
SPruen streets. (deol9-01*) JNO MILLER, Jr.
GRAND CHRISTMAS BALL.
TO BE GIVEN AT THE
ROPE ENGINE SOUSE,
ON . FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1264.
Nanagers—W F lif"Coy, Wm DeHarm, H Etta, M
Floor Managers—Dart'l Parr, Geo Earnest.
Tickets SI i o—can be pmFared from the managers.
State Capital Restaurant,
- Corner of Third and Walnut Streets,
OYSTERS (if the best quality served in any
and every styie4
MEALS served up at all hours. . -
Choice Liquors, Ale and Cigars, always on hand at the
bar. " , (decl9..d2w) J. L. SATZ, Proprietor.
Attention ) Citizens '1 I
HE GREATEST ASSORTMENT of large
and small CAKES of every description and of the
best quality at
R D3( 'S.
A choice selection of Whitman's
FRENCH CONFECTION .9.
Also a lot of FRESH COOANCTS.
dal9.-1r BRADY'S BAKERY, i 4 Market St.
ALBUMS ALBUMS ! ! ALBUMS ! I
Third Street, Between Market and Walnut,
. . - •
WHERE e . itri be found a very - fine and large
assortment of Albums, suitable for HOLIDAY
GIFTS, and at such prices that cannot but suit the pur
chaser. • .
Call and examine my stock and prices before purcbas:
lug e'sewbere, as I am offering Albums at very reduced
prices. . (decl9-d3t) J. M. HESS
PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.—The
Proprietors of the New York Museum of Anatomy
have determined, regro-die;s of expense to issue free,
(for the benefit of - suffering humanity, and suppression of
quackery) Our of their most interesting and instructive
lectures en Marriage and its disqualifications, nervous and.
physical - debility, premature decline of manhood. Indiges
tion, weakneis or depression, impotency, loss of energy
and manly power; the great social evil, and. those mala
dies whiolt result from youthful follies, excesses of ma
turity, or Ignorance of Physiology and laws of Nature.
These invaluable lectures have been the means of en
lighteong and saving thousands. and will be forwardel
'free, on receipt of four stamps, by addressing Sgmurran,
New York Museum of Anatomy and Medicine, 618 Broad
way, New York. deol9-dly
thoWHE4EAS, the Ir.tporable Jolla J. PEAR
sox, President of the Court of Common Pleas in
welfth Andicial District, consisting of the counties of
Lebanon and Dauphin, and the Honorable SA3II:I*E.L&NDII3
and lipuorable ',dew R. YOUNG, Associate Judges in Dau
phin county having issued their precept, bearing date the
16th day of December, 18.64„ . t0 me directed, far holding a
Court of Oyer and 'Perminer and General Jail Delivery and
QuOor Sessions of the Peace of Harrisburg, for the county
of Dauphin, and to COMMODCOON resln MONDAY OF .7.INC
ADY NEI; being the 16th day of January,lB6s, and to.
continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Justices
of the Peace, Aldermen and Constables of the said county
of Dauphin, that they be he and there in their proper
persons, at 10 o'clanit in the ferenpon of said day, with•
their repents, inquisitiens, exannftions, and their own
remembrahces, to do those things which to their (ace
appertains to be done, and those who are bound in recog
nizances to prosecute against the prisoners that are or
shall be in the Jail of Dauphin county, be then and there
to prosecute against them as shall be jest.
Given reeler my Mind, at Harrisburg, the 19th day of
December, in the year of our Lord, 1864, and in the eighty
ninth year of the independence of the United States.
W. W. JENNINGEh Sheriff:
Harrisburg, DEC. 19,1884. 1
A.'OIINEY AT LAW t has removed his
office to Walnut street, 3d door above Second,
nearly opposite First National Bank.
Prompt and ()grail attention will be given to all busi
ness intrusted to him. deol6Ailw-w3w
}TAVIN G returned from New York and
Philadelphia with our usual floe stock of goods for
the holidays, would TeSpedtfolly invite early attention
Menet% 0. $l. KELLI4a, -
. deentr 8T Market street.
QBEDLESS RAISINS and Citroxv fOrbintlo
Pies and Wm, wt plecl24tt] JOHN WISH%
TAPLE AND FANCY ARTICLES
Fine Memorandum Books,
Fancy Pen Holders,
Newton's Gold Pens,
Fancy Paper WaitilA,
Call Bills, •
Fancy Paper Clips,
Drawln r Pencils,
Ivory Paper Knivez,
Fine Water cet.irs,
4 h c .,.&c., &c.
A large and varied assorbriont at
BERGNER'S BOOK AND STATIONERY tiT.ORF:
LIVERY! LIVERY ! t
The undersigned, successor of sEurray &
would respectfully solicit a part of the public patronage,
as he intends keeping a first class livery. He alit keep
none but sober and accommodating drivers. Stables it
Fon, th street, between Market and Walnut streets.
Be also offers the entire livery for sale on reason:tn.!
terms. Persons wishing to pnrchase trill I.l , ase call and
examine the stock.
oN the 14th inst., between North street
and Miller's School 'House, on Pennsylvania Ave-
nue, a Portmormate, containing about $5O in small bills
also, a Round these check of $BO In favor of Dacia
Shafer, and one of $4O 12 signed by Jolip Wallower, and
payable to the undersigned, and some other papers and
Butcher's Bills . . A liberal rewaiod rfl be paid the finder
upon leaving the portmonnate and contents at TBTS
OFFICE, or with the undersigned, on Walnut suet
decl9 :4 t JOHN YorNll
Ft 31 A Pi
RELIGIOUS BOOK STORE,
Tract and Salida} School Depository,
22' S. Second street, below Market Square,
- HARRISBURG, PE INA.
CONSTANTLY ON HIND, all kinds of
Bibles, Hymn Books, School Books and Stationery
of every dezcription, Photograph Albums, Music Books,
Gold Pens, Diaries for 1865, Almanacs, School Furniture,
such as Globes, etc. Also, a spieedid Ess , rtment of Gift
Books for the holidays. Depot tor 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. derl4
F INE ARTS
W M. KNOCHE '.:t4
N MARKET STREET.
The most exquisite stock of ENGRAVINGS. ple m eni
colored, from the celebrated masters, suitable t x ho u di3 .
presents. Call and examine at
den-U . 9
TN Pursuance of an order of the Orphans'
Court of Dauphin cr . ,raty, will be exposed to We,
on SATURDAY, the
- - 7. 4 th day of December, 3864, at the
Court /louse, in lir
arliburg, at 2 o'clock b. at., the follow
ing real estate
I ce rta i n l e. .t 0( ground on Race street, in the city of
Rarriabur, and fronting on said street ninety feet, and
extendir .g -
l ' hundred and ninety-three feet,
wberVon is erected a Haus', &c ; the intereit of Thomas
' w,on, (a minor.)
Attendance will be given and conditions or sale male
knownn by D tIHIBL SREEFLEY,
Guardian, &c, of said minor.
lieo. RINOI.4I2SD, Clerk 0. C.
Harrisburg, December S. 1804.
T HE. stockholders of the Middletown and
Krarlaburg Turnpike Road Company, are hereby
notified that the annual election for President and all
managers of raid company, wilt bo held at the office of
the :secretary, No 5 South Front street, Harrisburg, on
Monday, January 2, Iffiffi, between the hours of id and
It. o'clock A m Rk'DOLPH F. KELKER,
decl6•d3tawtjan2 Secretary .
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.—A fresh supply
of Towanda Buckwheat, fresh ground Corn lifeat,
extra family Flour, by the bbl. or bag, every package
warranted and delivered to all palls of the city free of
charge, at BOYER tr. KETIPP,It'S.
deal 7 •
T ONATO CATSUP—By the gallon, quart and pint, jut received at
WM. Si GRAY A: Co.,
(Ho leer & Lochman's old stand, Marl et Square .)
YANKEE JUMPERS, war:XI:BARROWS
and chiktren , s Wagons, bought expremly to meet
the present demands, at BOYER & KOESPER'S
BASSETS! BASKETS !—A very large and
well selected stock of all kinds of Willow and Cedar
ware, market, traveling and clothes Baskets, at
decl7 BOYER /r, KEEPER'S.
Q. HABER CORN, NEW HOMINY, Beans,
Dried Peaches and Apples and Blackbenclea, Currants
and Raisins, Sc., &c, just received at
decl7 BOYER & ZERPER'S.
ALARGE TWO-STORY DRIOSHOUSE
for sakk. Possession given on_ tho Ist of April.—
Apply to JOHN,L. MOLE,
deeledivr* Corner of 2d and Mulberry theme.
MINCED MEAT received fresh every --
week from the celebrated manufacturer, Atmore
Philadelphia, at • BOYER & KEEPER'S.
50 8i31,8. - of prime Apples, good varie
_ _ ties, Rambos, Pippins, fia, Jost received at
' BOYER & KERPER'S.
CI-WEFT CIDER.—A few bbls. of an excel
lent quality or pure sweet cider, Just received 16
dear BOYER & BERRER,S.
• Valuable Building Lots.
QEVEN LOTS, fronting on Third street,.
ti above Herr street, 20 feet front, extending bark 130 i
feet to a twenty foot alley. For terms Apply to
deels-d2w JNO. J. CLYDE,
SEVERAL HUNDRED improved. farms in
Ohio, Kentucky Indiana and liiinots, and sev era[
large tracts of unimproved land in Illinuivlnwa and.' frja
cousin Catalogues with full descriptions and prix 19 of
each, will be sent by mail, free of charge, upon
lion. SAXIIEL.A. SARG.EIVE.
N! W. corner sth and Walnut streets, en:tanner I, O.
EE= REW FRAXIEN4 HODBFII, SITU.
A. ATE on Pasterdreet, above North. .Ersquare of
Corner or Third and North. streets.
RAGS 1 RAGS ! I RAGS! ! !
"EFATE cents per lb. oash paid for good mixed-
Ragst SCHEFFEWS Bookstore,
sepr2B 21 South Second street. Harrisburg, Penna.
QAP BAOO, English Dairy, Pine Apple, Nut.
meg and New York State Cheers, pat received as,
SEMLER a, irgAZIPA
auccemers to W Deck;' Sr, rjo,
RESH CRANBERRIES receiwa this
_morning at VA. IL. GRAN
`Mouser and Lochmani - old Fraud, Kr:ket num)
P l\ jaat TE recei S led ar et Urea
11 W ": 21A d R,PY ri dr e gO r'
-(Mon.sor and In, cbman'e old itand t Market square,)
decl9 . ' ,
BAB . HETB,. BASIcETS; ita t er i tiM
}eV Successors to W. Doofc:s:7lt bo.
WM. F. MURRAY.
S 2 DE WARD