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TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1864.
TOWN AND COUrVTit
Supplement to the Telegraph.
In order to accommodate our numerous ad
vertising customers, we shall issue a supple
ment to the TELEGRAPH, on Wednesday next.
An edition of TEN THOUSAND will be printed,
and advertisements for . the same should be
handed in by Tuesday evening.
eounr.--The next regular term of court for
this county will commence on Monday, the
17th of January; and continue two weeks.
A CHRIS'INLiS BALL-will be given at the
Hope Engine House, on Friday evening next.
A pleasant time is anticipated by the Hirers.
ELEcTiox.--An election for officers of the
Harrisburg Bridge Company will be held at
the Eastern toll house, on Monday, the 2d of
Wu. M. Gail & Co. advertise a large as
sortment of fruits, jellies, and other goods,
for which there is a heavy demand during the
TEE Friendship Fire Company will give its
annual ball on Monday evening, the 2d day
of January. The Bloody Beds are doing their
prettiest to render the occasion worthy of
THERE has been another sudden change in
the weather. The late thaws and rain have
given place to a cold . wind, which had the
effect of freezing up the water and mud on the
OLn Rams KRD.ZICLE i$ filling his budget at
our notion stores, preparatory to making his
annual visit, on Saturday night. Ile will
make glad the hearts of many children, whose
baskets and stockings will occupy their accus
tomed places in the chimney corner.
pun ANNUAL Nonos of the Advertising pa
trons of the TELEGBAPH will appear to-morrow,
when we- shall refer in fitting terms to the
business and the business men of Harrisburg.
Advertisers will please bear this in mind.
SELMER It FEAZER open to-day, an immense
lot of fruit in cans and jars, raisins, ahem:lds,
figs, oranges, prunes, &c., Sm., to which we
:direct the attention of the reader. In addi
tion, the same firm has just received a splen
did lot of augers and syrups, for baking and
table use. Indeed the stock of groceries at
this establishment is now beyond all compari
A IhnowAn SALUTE.-By order of Governor
Curtin (me hundred guns were fired at noon,
to-day, from Capitol Hill, in honor of the
victories being achieved by the armies and
navies of the United States. ,These victories
now fill the nation with joy and gratitude,
and have been won in time to add to the
pleasures of the coming holidays.
CAPITOL Exxxxsrox.--:We noticed this
morning, that workmen were busily engaged
in erecting a building on the Capitol grounds,
to be used as a tool-house for those who are
to be engaged on the Capitol extension. kl - r.
Simon, the contractor for this work, expects
to•break ground in a few days, and is now
making engagements for the mechanics and
laborers uezessary for this immense-improve
/3BADT, Market street, below pewberry
has the honor of attracting to his place of bu
siness, crowds of people to admire and pur
chase the splendid productions of hie oven.
Indeed, Brady, as a baker,
has no superior in
the Commonwealth . . his fancy cakes are be
yond description, the most elegant in appear
ance and delicious in taste, we hays ever ex
amined or tasted. It would be, economy if
those who consume great quantities of fancy
cakes during the holidays, gave Brady the or
der to supply all they need, as he bakes cheaper
arid better than the same article can be pro
duced in a family. It is almost as good as a
feast to look at Brady's stock.
To the subscribers to the stock of the New
York and Philadelphia Petroleum Company:
--It is advertised that 50,000 shares of the
Capital Stock of this Company will be re
served as 'Working Capital. To prevent mis
conception, the management desire to state
that ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOL
LARS, (100,000,) in Cash, will lie deposite'd
with the Company's bankers, to be used only
in the development of the magnificent pro
perty belonging' to the Company, and for the
legitimate contingent expenses.
A large majority of the stock having been
taken, the books will soon be closed.
S. D. Ingram, Esq., No. 15, Mal7ket , street,
,Agent for the Company in this city.
p ENNim OFFIOEBS EXCHANGED. --
Among the o!ricers exchanged at Charleston,
on Friday last, were the following from Penn
Capt. John Morrill. 2d. artillery; Col John
Frazer, 140th; Lt Col a - 31 Connyinghani, 52d;
Capt W Robinson, 77th; 6 1 ;.2it Geo 0 Urwilder,
97th; Lieut Oscar Rohn, Lieut W C
Beck, 32d; Lieut C F Barclay, 149th; Lieut
Chas Jones, 15th cavalry; Capt Gl 3 Donahay,
7th Reserve; Lieut W H Bricker, 3d cavalry;
Lieut H C Potter, 18th cavalry; Lieut F R
Eastman, 2d cavalry; Lieut 0 Ifd Hart, 45th;
Lieut E D C Loud, 2d artillery; Lient H S
Horton, 101st; Lieut J M'Govern, 73d; Lieut
A. A Sweatland, 2d cavalry; Capt C W Newlan,
7th cavalry; Lieut Myron Fellows,l49th; Col
Pennock Huey, Bth cavalry; Lient W U Dut
ton, 62d; Capt J T Piggott, Bth cavalry; Lieut
W A Dailey, Bth cavalry; Capt H T Kelley,.
118th; Capt T Krouse, ad artillery.
PERSONAL. —Lieut. Joseph B. Rife, of the
Sixth 11. S. Infantry, passed through our city
'Vs morning, on his way home to &fiddle
to% -tx. Lieut. Rife is stationed at Fort Wood,
in Ne r York Ilarbor, and is on a short leave
of absel2 e4 '
Thomas ' Brown , well itnsiym in this city
gad•who was formerly connected
wi as tah v t o h c e alios p t em' house is in town, on short
Mr.' Brown Captain's
leave of absence.
steamer Wachusetts, and
Clerk of the U. S. "
was "in at the fight, when *at vessel cap
tured the rebel pirate .}.'l°6l4' go was at the
head of the party which .. 11°Rra-ed the Florida;
and received a dangerous w..11211'2„d from
shot fired by the rebel lieu . w„,n a " „ Mr. B.
gives a very interesting desorip"ei, t h e cap-
The weehuse ,c4 is under
tuts of the pirate.
going repairs, at Boston. Mr. 8r0v,:14 swill re-
main in our city for several days. Is a .
brave soldier, and will doubtless be Lar d
from when next his vessel "operates" up, l e
the enemies of the Union.
J. Bd. Fought and thirteen other members
•of the 201st regiment, arrived here last even
ing, from Alexandria, They are An route for
Chambersburg„from which point they wißbe
forwarded to their-companies, (F, and G,) in
THE tide of trade sets in at Keller's, where
the moat handsome display of holiday goods
TimnE is none equal to the confectionery
sold at Keilees. A splendid variety now in
A. F. ZIMMERMAN, No. 52 Market street, is
determined to attract the attention of. the
public, as well by the liberality of his adver
tising as by the extent, variety and magnifi
cence of his stock of jewelry, watches, clocks,
and silver ware. He has every article manu
factured from precious metals or valuable
stones calculated to adorn the person; he has
watches of rare excellence, and clocks of un
faltering correctness: Indeed it is wily ne
cessary for the public to give Zimmerman
a call to discover that his stock contains
something they need for use or ornament.
WEER OF Pusvxn.—lt has been the custom
of many of the Christian churches, not only
in this country, but in different parts of the
world, to observe the first week in January,
each year, as a week of special prayer for the
extension of the Kingdom of Christ. We un
derstand that the Old School Presbyterian
church of this city, in accordance with the
recommendation of their General Assembly,
has already made arrangements for a series of
meetings to be held in that church during the
week referred to, commencing with Sunday,
the first day of the year. We presume that
similar services will be held in most, if not all
the other churches.
Hunns WAMD BEECHES.--The following an
nouncement of liberal newspaper enterprise
is from the Boston Daily Advertiser: _ .
"We see that Mr. Beecher and Mrs. Harriet
Beecher Stowe are both writing for the Watch
man and Reflector, of Boston. Mrs. Stowe is
giving a series of graphic sketches of our most
prominent public men, and Henry Ward sends,
in his off-hand brilliant style, monthly letters
from New York. The Watchman seems de
termined to maintain its position as one of
the best family journals in the country. Its
editorial staff is very large and able, and
besides the contributors mentioned above, its
prospectus of this year announces such emi
nent writers as President Sears, of Brown
University, Drs. Hague, Ide, Stow and others,
with Peter Bane, the brilliant English Essay
ist, as its English Correspondent, and such
writers as "Carleton," from the army. Such
enterprise is an honor to the journalism of
the country. •
013 n PriIONEES. —The following, giving an
account of members of the 87th Pennsylvania
regiment, we clip from the York True Demo
crat. A report has been current here that all
those whose names are included in the list,
are dead. Such is not the fact, however. The
names of the dead are Sergeant Edwardßudy,
and Wm Ramsey, of Co B; Private Brenne
man, of Co C; and David Myers, of Co F.
Sergeant Rudy is a son of Mr. J. J. Rudy, of
our city. His death will be deeply lamented
by a large circle of friends and aecuaintanpes.
The Z-us Democrat says:
Charles E. Gotwalt, of this borough, who
for a long time was confined as a prisoner of
war in one of the Southern dens, arrived in
this place a few days ago, having been re
cently exchanged. Mr. Gotwalt is a member
of the rth Penna. Volunteers, and the fol
lowing is a list of the prisoners belonging to
that regiment whom, with a few others whose
names he does not recollect, he last saw at
Millen, Georgia, on the 19th or 20th of No
Co Capt Palls, Serg Henry Shultz,
Privates Samuel Andrews, Howard Andrews,
William Shuman, Michael Marra, (exchanged,)
Charles Metzger Peter Bott, Samuel Baum
gardner, (wounded in neck, ). Harrison Kra
Co B Sergeant Edward R . ady, (died at An
dersonville, Ga.,) privates George Bogch,
George Zargor, George Toonny, Samuel Zort
man, (died at Millen, Ga.,) Henry Welker,
James Oran, William ilapsey, (died at Ander
Co C—Lieutenant Charles Stallman, Pri
vates Michael Poet, °Henry Poet, Thos Bull,
Blaney, Artemus Hildebrand, (escaped
from the cars on the way to Millen, Ga.,)
Frey, (also escaped,) Brenneman, (died
Co D—Corporal Squire Danforth, Privates
Wm Metcalf, Matthew Dubbs, Nelson Crow,
Wm Stewart, John Henn, Alex Klingclinst,
Co B--Samuel Samuel gray, James
Morehead, Bear, Xeiser, John Ever
hart, Smith, John Stridtz,
bein, Chas March, Serg Chas Fox.
Co r —Wm Ziegler, Harrison Koon, David
Meyers, (died at Audersonville.)
Co G—Lazareth Klinedinst.
Co H—Serg Hinkle
Co E—Christian List. •
Loos. at a notice in our advertising columns
headed IsreourANT. dec2o-st*
84.NFORD'S OPERA Housz—The temple of
Minstrelsy, in which are given chaste and
drawing-room entertainments by Miller's
National Minstrel Troupe. It is the largest
and best troupe we have witnessed for some
time. Scond night of the laughable after
piece, written by Andy Williams, entitled "The
Musicians;" Second night of the "Oil Borers;'
Second night of the "Young Men's Semi
nary." Everybody should go to Sauferd's to
of 'our Whole Stoek:ol Dry . Goodo
Among the goods we are selling ofl; we have
25 dozen of hemstitched ladies' pocket
30 dozen of gentlemen's linen pocket hand
25 dozen of small woolen stockings, at 15
cents per pair.
200 yards of remnants of paramattas, at
50 black cloth cloaks and oirCulars, at 4,1.0
and 12 dollars.
Furs ! furs! .at very low prices, to close out.
200 gentlemen's neck ties at 25, 35 and 45
Broehe shawls, in double and single.
.200 pieces of calicos and muslins.
GO pieces of black alpaccas, bombazines and
500 dozen of woolen and oot,fm.i. stockings.
45 dozen of gentlemen's woolen and cottol
I would gall particular attention to some
bleached muslin we have at 35 cents per"yard.
50 pieCes of red, white and yellow wool
flannel, all to be sold cheap, in order to close
out our stock. :
persons in want of dry goods, would do well
to call l? ore purchasing.
N. 8.-15 pieces of Week silks - at great bar
gafns. §. PERT.
Apoxiox.-32.r. Barr will sell, on Wednesday
morning at market, (lair weather,) a large lot
of glass jars, candies, tin, wood and China
toys, fancy work-boxes, s.egorg and tobacco,
apples, 25 bushels of chestnuts. peanuts, Rid
shellbarks, together with a variety of other
Christmas articles, from a firm in the.city
dosing out. Sale to consmaime at 7 o'slook.
.Stmonzerurza furnished on the most reason:
ble terms at the office of Sullivan S. and,
cl a im Agent, Walnut street, upposite State
Capitol Bete Principals wishing inlisti
tutes will do well to call at once. decl2-dtf
To THE LADIES OF ISIAHRISEIIEG.—Ln order
to reduce my stook of dry gogds previous to
taking inventory, I have reduced all kinds of
dress goods twenty-five per cent., from this
day until January let, 1865. As the holidays
approach it will certainly be to your advan
tage to examine my large stgok of dress goods,
• oaks, slpwls, scarfs, gloves, hose and hun
eds of other articles •suitable for holiday
Sol. Brownold, corner Second and Market,
opposite Jones House, Harrisburg.
deel3-d tjan 5
• LING 0 ILT gRf.!
The undersigned being desirous of-closing
out his stock on Account of taking an inven
tory, will sell the following articles until Jan
uary Ist, 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 unbias.
Sontags and Aiding hoods.
00118ETTS, plain, embroidered and hem
Embroidered and morning collars.
Ribbons, bonnet silks, velvets, flowers,
rushes, laces, bonnet ornaments, feathers, &o.
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, 13 Market street,
• between River alley and Front street. '
SUBSTITUTE PAPERS promptly made out by
Sullivan S. Child, claim agent, Walnut street,
3d door below Third. dB-dlm
CHEIBTIVIAS.—The celebration of Christmas
day, as one of merriment, feasting and pre
sents, run% far back into the misty periods of
Christian antiquity. The modes of enjoying
the festival have been various, not only in dif
ferent nations, but in different, parts of the
same country. In our city of Harrisburg,
Christmas is the peculiar holiday of the whole
year. In country villages, like .New York, they
make a great -ado on New Year's day; but
with us it is but the feeble fag-end of the fes
tival which opens with Christmas. The ap
proach of the season is heralded by seductive
advertisments of all sorts of things which en
terprise asserts are suitable for presents. The
stores are choked with customers, and as the
eve of the happy day approaches, parcels—
portentous of gifts—are in almost every pe
destrian's hands; and the incessant peal of
front door bells, heralding the delivery of
them, takes the place of
"The chimes which in olden times
Rang out upon Christmas Eye."
• In this connection lam authorised, by C.
B. Powman, to say that for the-purpose of in
creasing his business, and offering an addi
tional inducement to those disposed to obtain
Christmas presents at low prices, he will sell,
during this week, furs, cloth circulars, coats
and Chesterfield's for ladies, bah:coral skirts,
brocha and plaid wool shawls, merino scarfs,
and fancy dress goods„ at a very small profit.
Store No. 1, southeast, corner of Front and
)41:orket streets Yours, &c.,
f. T. VAN HORN.
SITLLIVAN' S. CBTIZO, CLAIM Amon, has . TO.
moved his office from the Dtarii . TELEormaka
Building to WALNUT STREET, 3D DOOB BELOW
THUM, OPPOSITE STATE CAPITOL Hon= All
claims for Premiums, Bounties and Back Pay
promptly attended to. dB.tf
Dn M'Brazon's King of Pain should be kept
in every family. Will cure Headache, Tooth
ache, Earache in three minutes. Diarrhceo;
Bloody Flux, pain italic Back and Side, Inflam
mation of the Kidneys and Liver Complaint
and Palpitation of the Heart. Sole agent for
the State, S. A. KUNKEL &BRO.,
- 118 Market street, Harrisburg.
All orders from a distance promptly attended
to. s ept2O-tf
FEVER ex]) 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.
trial Olthis will convince you ruld your neigh
bors. It can be had only at No. 27, South
Pfine street, by Mrs. L. Ball. octl7-tf
IT HAS COME, TRY IT ! TRY IT !
INDIAN' PAIN KILLER. It
COLLINS'k../ cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Pain in the Back or
Nide or Steinetetit Cramp Qhol c, Headsche,
Bruises, Diarrahco, and.all similar complaints. Fel' sale
at the Drug store of J. M. BOMGARDNER,. corner of
Fourth and Market streets, Harrisburg deo2olw
A PURELY VEGETABLE TONIC
INviGonarma AND 611113NGTIMNING
Fortifies the system against the evil effects of unwole.
some water. .
Will cure dyspepsia.
Will cure weakness. •
Will cure gegeral debility.
Will cure heartburn.
Will cure headache.
Will cure liver complaint
. Will excite and create a healthy appetite.
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 no poisonous drugs, and is
The BEST TONIC BIT'TERS in the 'WORLD.
A fair trial is earnestly solicited.
GEO. C. HUBBEL & CO., Paoranrroies, HUDSON, N. Y.
°antral Depot AmericanEsprent Building, 55 HUDSON
'ST., NEW YORK.
sir For sale by Druggists, Grocers, &c.
D. W. GROSS & 00., Harrisburg, Wholesale Agent, and
for sale by J. BT. LUTZ, C. 11.. SELLER, GEO. WINTERS
arid S. A. KUNKEL, octl4-d.lcw
SW- Brawn° Frre cum na Conan! I—Dr. Lockrow
having become eminently successful in curing this for
riblo malady, invites all similarly satiated to call or tend
for circulars of references and testimonials of numerous
cases cured of from one to twenty-four years , standing .
He devotes his attention especially to diseases of the Cer.
ebrb-Spinal Axis, or Nervous System, and solicits an In
vestigation of his claim. o public confidence.
De may be consulted at his private residence, No. 141
West, 04 street, daily, from 10 A. w_ until 4 P. lc, except
Saturday sad Slinday. Alidreas ell letters to
- DR. V. B. LOGS:BOW, New "fork.
Care of P. 0. Box 6110, oclid4wBm
say- A Pommes:mum VIEW 01? Mmutukis I—Containing
nearly 300 pages, and 130 fine plates and engravings of
tile Anatomy of the 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 cure, as shown bjr the report of cases treated A
truthful adviser to the married, and those contemplating
marriage, who entertain doubts tif tireir physical • 00 0 1-
lion. Sent free of postage to any address, on receipt of
25 cents in stam l is or postal' currency, by addressing Dr.
LA CROIX, No. 81 Malden Lane, Albany, N. Y.
The author may be consulted upon any of the diseases
upon which his book treats, either personalty or by mail,
and medicines sent to any part of the world.
THE CORrismowslp EXPERIENCE
OF AN INVALID,
Published for thelsetent, undue CAUTION TO YOUNG
MEN dud Others, who suffer from Nervous Debility, Pre
mature Densy of Manhood, &c, supplying at the same
time Tao Miura or Say-Cnne. By one who has eared
?Rat pliglergolng cobriderablegnieltery. By en
closing a poet paid ilareened envelope, single copies may
bs had of the anther.
NATHaiillll , NATALIA, Esq ,
deadowlm womom map county, N. Y.
1864 Christmas 1864
Ladies Sable Furs,
Ladies' Fitch Furs,
Ladies' Silver Martin Furs,
Ladies' Siberian Sorrel Furs,
Ladies' American Mink Furs,
Ladies' Native Hudson Bay Furs,
Ladies' French Sable Furs,
Ladies' liitation Ermine Furs
A Large Assortment of Dress Goods,
Shawls to. Reduced Prices,
Broca Bordered Scarfs,
Gloves, Lace Collars,
Embroidered Caere, Sontags, Nobles,
Alexander's Kid Gloves
Balmoral Skirts, ficoods,
Genuine Bek Lace Veils,
Embroidered Setts, so., &o
Stork Is Complete.
Our Fine ruts have been manufactured ex
OUR CHRISTM 4S SALES.
We are now receiving thew from the mann-
We can give purchasers a decided advantage
In all other goods
The Prices have been Reduced.
9A.TII.OART BRQ. ,
No: 14 Marketßipare,
Next Door to the Hanisburg Bank.
No. 62 , Market Sta r Harrisburg )
HAS jrtet returned from New York and
Philadelphia, and is preplred 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 pari of
the following articles:
- Fine Gold Hunting-cased
.ENGLIiII, AMERICAN AND SWISS WATCHES,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
Pine Solid Silyer arid Plated Ware,
Calßors, . .
Berry 11413 23 ,
Butter Dishes, ~ .
Butter & Fruit Knives,
. _ .
FINE JEWELRY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
White and Black Onyx,
Buoy and Pearl Setts,
Initial Sleeve Buttons and Studs,
Gold and Jet Crosses,
Necklaces for ladies and children,
Gold and Silver Thimble?,
Gold Guard, Chatelain, Vest and
' Fob Chains,'
. Tooth Picks.
Dawson, Warren and Hyde's and John Foley 'a celebra
ted Gold Pens, in gold, silver and gully percha holders
Seth Thomas' telebrated Calendar Regulators," aed
an endless variet y Of everything In his line.,
We traverse tit old maxim , and invite ladles and gen
tlemen to call at Otherptacesjtrst, then give us a call and
see the difference in stock and prices. We defy compe-
OFFICE, FIRST %Masi
Weantsorx, November 30, 1304..
sold at Public illation, 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 Horses at each place. g
These Horses have been condemned as unfit for the
cavalry service of the army.
For road and farming purposes many good bargains
may be had.
Homes sold singly.
sitlo to Nplmply3 at 10 o'Cleek M.
Tens: Vaalt in Government fund
JAMES A. EON,
Colonel in Charge First Division,
deo3-tdec.2o Quartermaster General's Office.
HABILISBORG NATIONAL BAN;
December 10, 1664.
THE annual election for thirteen directors
or this bank will be held, WS required by the national
currency act, on Tuesday, the 10th day of .Troma:y next,
at the banking' house, •betwegn the huure Of 1 oa. at. And
ar. - J. W. WEIR,
NATIONAL HOUSE 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, aro. The public ate most respectfully Invited to call.
Families supplied with oysters. A. J. WAJIJII D.
N. G.—F,ee lunch given every dayfrom 19% to 31%
A - 7 suftl44,-.4 . SMOK.k./
Rata% lust received ttdftharatng, at
SELSLIS & FRAZER
1017 Successors to W. Dock, Jr„
fluE'prip ku4l GLASSWARE, a well 'Be.
%CI leO•cia 14051194, tpc4794, of the %wit Btyies
Jyle Doi* a XONMPER.
NO. 7 MARKET SQUARE.
MR. BOAS respectfully calls the attention
of citizens end stra-gers to his lacge and well se-
Fine Gold America)} and Swiss Watches,
Ladies' Chadlain and Gentlemen's Vest Chains,
Small Swiss Watches for Boys,
Fine sets of Jewelry, such as
Coral, vhite and black rinyx,
Pearl. Amethyst and Gold sets,
Gotta Percha Chains, Pen holders, Poncils,
Gold Lofkets, Sleeve Buttons,
Finger Rings, Tooth-picks and Studs.
FINE SILVER WARE.
Ice Cream sets.
Oyster, Gravy and Cream Ladles, •
Tea-spoons, plain and twisted handles,
Preserve Spoons, in pair or single,
• Butter /Knives
Plain and Fancy
• Fruit Knives.
Round and Oval Walters,
Breanist and Tanner Castors,
Cake and Fruit Paskete. •
Magic Butter D'shes,
and Picks, .
Tea, Table and Dessert Spoons,
del9-2w Knives, Folks and i,poons
Win M. Gray & Co.
DON'T fail to stop. and examine our new
of fine family groceries Just received for the
Consisting of the following articles:
Fresh canned. peaches,
Also, new layer and banal raisins, In whole boxes, %, X
Figs In large and small boxes,
Figs paste in cakes or boxes,
Fine cstawba grapes,
Amortedjentes, consisting of
Pear and Quince Jelly.
New mince meat always on hand, and new sweet older;
also, a new stook of oneensware, el't China eta, and par.
for ornaments, Chine soy tea Setts for children, and wil
lqw ware, Sc., eat received at
WU: M. OPAYA Co
decl(Rouser & Leachmaies o'd stand, Market Square.)
WARD'S MUSIC STORE,
No% 12 NORTH. a'AZRZI STREET.
Schomaker , s Splendid Pianos.
Grovesteen's cheap Pianos.
Prince's (new) automatic Organs, the greatest triumph
of the age.
Melodeons, Violins, Gul'ata, Flutes, &e.
Brume and Fifes.
Sheet and Book Music.
Pictures-omi and square Walnut, Oak, Rosewood and
AlbuntE—A very large and dna stool; at lower prices
Call and see the rally largest "tic gaare within 100
miles of Harrisburg.
VERY LOW PRICES
DEMING THE HOLIDAYS,
TO I;LEEVILICV... STOCK.,
At Aro. b 2 Market Street
MHE subscriber returns his sincere thanks
1 to his friends and the public generally, for their very
liberal patronage during the past four years, and begs
leave to inform thorn that, he has a very elegant assorted
stock of flue Watdies, Chains, Rings, Fins, Sleeve But
toils, Scarf Fins, Charms, Gold Pens, Gold and Silver
Thlinbles„ Silver Spoons . ; Butter Knives, Salt, Sugar
Cream and Preserve Spoons; Sliver-Bated Caps, Goblets,
Cake Berke* Berry Dishes, Syrup . Pitchers, Breakfast
Tea, and Dinner Castors; &c., which will Crake very ele
gant and durable Christmas Prearnts. Call and examine
for yourselves. Make selections while the assortment is
full. No pains spared to show goods. •
All the above sold at very small profit,
de013.4f A. F. TIMMERMAN, . •
Knoche's Music Store,
93 Market Street.
pIANOS, Cabinet Organs an 4 Melodeons.
Plano Stools anti Covers. •
Guitars, Fint-s; Violins, etc.
Musical Works of all descriptions,
Foralios forGheet Music.
Sheet 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.
Outland examineehe stock of the /avgeM 41fusab Store
this side of the great cities. W, MNOCHE,
98 Market streeL
DRUG. AND FANCY GOODS STORE,
No. 91 MARKET SARRE
WE are happy in presenting to our pa
trons again this season, an entire smer stock of
Fancy Goods for the holidays, fresh from tne hands of
importers, and at prices astonishingly low for the times.
Purchase your holiday presents now while the assort
ment is full and viiricd deal
62 . Market street.
HAVE just received from New York a large
and well selected assortment of China ware, (pure
klatch China,) suitable for Holiday presents. They in
vite the public to call tioolb•wAile the 'stock fail with a
gecut selection • • ; deol7
Neutral Sitlphite aflame,
FOR PRESERVING CIDER.
CITE ARE selling the very best article of
the kind, prepared according to directions of E.
Y. rioratorti, Professor of Oberojetry, Howard Univer
sity. It is perfectly reliable - and free from impurities.
Directions - aocempany each package.
)(Yuma% Drug and Fancy Goot.s Store, No. 91 Mar
ket street, Harrisburg. 0020
FOUR VALUABLE 'BUILDING LoTS,
situated on Thir.l and Herr street! (genagiond's
Lane,) corner lot 25.r1a1. The other lots are 208131,
running Sack to a2O feet alley. For further particulars
enquire of_ .
HEQ. 11. SELL,
leo3odt; Corner of SeCond and Obes , nnt street?,
- POUR VALUABLE ktu6SE3, located in
different pada of the lA7. For marepartic enquire
at the Cheap aiheary Store, corner of Third. htnu
ri ' OCOANIITif COCOANUTS
.. j nr. ust .
n (Hourbor Loolltoan i s old dew, market squar e.)
C. A• BOAS'.
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS
Worth having, at
N 0.12 North Third Street
HOLIDAY GOODS !
IN ABUNDANCE AT
Boyer & Kerper,
NO. 3 MARKET SQUARES
AMU SEM ENTS
Corner of Second and South streeis.
POSITIVELY FIVE DAYS ONLY,
Commencing on WEDNESDAY EVENING,Dec .21:, 1861.
Matinees TistiesdaY, Sa'urday ant Monday afternoons, at
ELLINGER & FOOTE'S
GREAT MORAL EXHIBITION !
The most attractive Amusement now
The Three Wonderful Lilliputians,.
Com. Foote & Sister,
OM half the size of Toni Thumb and Wife)
C 0 . S A. 1 , 1
The Great Female Character Dancer.
ht combination with these wonders of nature Is, titetr
Arrsi C. (4. Russell,
FORMERLY MRS. RUMMER, '
Celebrated Vocalist and Pianist, together with
THE OLD CONTINENTAL VOCALISTS ;
W. D. FRANKLIN,
J. W. SMITH,
Prof G. H. BROOKS.
LOOK OUT FOR THE
LILLIPU [IAN CHARIOT
This magnificent carriage, entirely new and scarcely
larger than a bushel basket costing over $2,000, will
pass through the principal streets and from the
Jones House to the Hall at each of the
day exhibitions, conietet.g
Coni. Foote and Sister and Col, Small,
SIX WHITE TRAINED GOATS!
Doors opcn at 7, commence at 7,!-; °Week-
Admission—Private Boxes, $3 io $5, according lo loca
tion Paraquette, 60 cents. Gallery 25 cents. ladies to
the Matinees, 25 cents. Children 15 cents. No half
price at night.
COL. WM. ULMER, Manageng Proprietor.
C. G. RUSSEL, Business Manager.
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE!
THIRD STSEET, =LOW Basic=
FIEST appearanCe of JIMMY QUINN, the
people's cavolite Ethiopian Comedian and Song and
TEM TEMPLIC OF MINSTRELSY, In which are given
chaste and dmwing room amusements, by MILLER'S
NATIONAL MINSTREL TROUPE, comprising a combi
nation of Vocalists, 141151C111115 p Comedians and meats of
the - highest order of med.. the c nrenieot locality of
this elegant Institut on recommends its If to every citizen
end stranger Mus c, sons and poesy is the theme .or
all, and in the manner presented oy ational
Minstrel Troupe, fathe , s, mother; staters and brothers
may attend and eni..y a treat free from aD that could
offend the moat fastidious. The same alt. mien is given
In the selector' of pieces and songs for this Star 'Denys
Groat success of MILLER'S N. TONALMLN,TREL
TROUPE t Op. n every Night
Vast night of the Great Comic Act, THE OVERLAND
LITE 1 •
Flit night of the Yell - 1M MEN'S SEMINARY I
First night or THE OIJ., BORERS
To etetelnde with the Rearing Farce, entitled.
Characters by.the comparty.
&thelesion, 26 cents. Gallery, 16 cents. Orchestra
Seats, 60 cents. Seats in PrNate Boxes, 2.1. 00.
Doors open at gto T. Commence at 734 .
ANITRSE.—AppIy at Room No. 28, State
Capitol Hotel. doel9-43t*
T" good workmen wanted to work about
coal mines. Enquire at the Hardware atom or
Henry Gilbert, otiposite the Court House.
TO RENT-A. house containing six rooms
located suwitere.between worth end Chestnut Sts.
tent paid thadvance. t ddress Box 41, P. 0. Possess. 1. on
wanted on'the first of Aprll, 1815. delS-tf
LiARRISBURG BRID G E. STOCK, Gold,
Si cer and 11. 8. Bonds. EVGLER & 00.,
Stock. and Exchange Broke: s, 8111 Market street.
WANTED. —A good two-horse team
Wagon. Enquire at . THIS OFFICE.
" WARTRI),: -
AMAN orboy to take charge of. a horse.
A good gardener preferred. 24 North Second street.
dec.l4-dlw, DAVID IrIIIMMA.
.7U wantwlB. 4 °,7,'Z'inonlt,,
Iten r t a s i : l, •e t v o ez i -
Arleen Articles the beet selling ever offered. Full kar
tictilars free. Aildresa, • 'OTIS T. GARET
nol6,d&w3m Biddeford, Maine.
WANTED.-$125 A. MONTH! —
Agents everywhere, to introduce the new
Shaw 4 Mark: Sixteen Dollar Family Sewing
Machine, the only low price machine in the
country which is licensed by Grover & Baker, Wheeler
& Wilscn Howe, Singer & Co„ and Batchelder. Salary andexpenses,
expenses: or large commissions allowed. All other Ma
chines now sold for less than forty dollars each are.irs
fringentents, and the seller and user Rohl& Illustrated
circulars sent free. Address, SHAW & CLARK,
nolG dawBin Biddeford, Maim
ROLIDA V GOODS.
Keller's is the Place,
AND if you. fail to go to Seller's before mak
ing your purchases you may regret it. You will
there linclthe 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 show geode; yours
to buy, if you son proper.
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
Wlit HAVE GIFTS - SITITABLE. FOR A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
WE HAVE WETS SUITABLE FOR A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOB A
Appropriate' to All,
Ia addition to our Fpeetal VANCYGOO DB, we fasaiLibe
mug large week of MUT ARTICLire rEffiriNE-
Ef.y, trltica remutus unrivaled fu We city.
SELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOODS
da14.1 N.o. 91 Market street.
bELISLER , & FRAZER
itvz, and are receiving goods in their
'amid ace, for christmas, fur families, eolaistmtof
h UWE, talkINS„ in ail fired pa kaget p.ge. aid
Prunes, Apples, C der, Wine, Brandy:nem, &C. Prepared
Mimic Meet, puZ up by the monee ebratk4 manufemarer,
Kr. Anna e .. pine nee MP New Orlemee Molieeres 144 d
Sorghum Syrup, a domaitic which is conmdmeds firoi'ar
tide fer baking , r 14
Btrinat itiD = - bads always :nn hand at
• • -Svat at GUAY dAto., r.
(tangos & LocbmaWs old stand., Market Square ).