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MORNING AND EVERTING,
BY GEORGE BERGNER 3
OFFICE 711£1,70 .5 7. ..1VE AR WA LNUT •
TERMS OF SIIREORIPTION.
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Tan 'r..a.u,7 TEL...Wait lE nerved 1.) subscribers in al.B
city at 17M ec¢tspsrivccc. Nearrp subscribers Diu be
barged $6 00 ia aavance. Those persona ahe ne,gleet to
pay in advance will bJ charged $7 00.
Tnti TIMM NAM is WS) published wrekly,and i.=. furnished
subscribers at the following cash rates
Single copies, weekly
Three copies to one Font Cffleo
Ton copies to one ant Office
SEMEN ' 4' ra,
SAM?ORD'S OPERA HOUSE!
TRIED STREET, BELOW MARKET.
JOE Idu.t.an Proprietor.
F IRST appearance of JIMMY QUINN, the
people's larotite Ethiopian Comedian and Song and
THE TEMPLE OF MINSTRELSY, in which are given
chaste and drawing room amusements, by MILLER'S
NATIONAL MINSTREL TROUPE, comprising a combi
nation of Vocalists, Musicians, Comedians and Artists of
the highest order of mere'. The c meenietit locality of
this elegant Institnt•on recommends Its If to every citizen
and stranger Mug; song and poetry is the theme tor
ali,•and in the
.manner presented ny Miller's National
Minstrel Troupe, frthets, mothers, sisters and brothers
may attend and en,j , y a treat frte from all that could
offend the most fastidious. The same att•ntion Is given
In the selection of pieces and songs for this Star. Troupe
of Minstrels, •
Great success of MILL ER'S • NATIONAL MINARET,
TROUPE I Op• n every Night
Firit night of the Great Comic Act, • THE OVERLAND .
Pint night of theYoTNG 'MEN'S SEMTNARY I
rirgt Bight of THE OIL BORERS
To conclude unit the Roaring Farce, entitled
Characters by t h e Company.
Ailmiesion, 25 cents. Gallery, 15 cents. Crcheetra
Seats, 50 cents. Seats In Pr Vete BtlX('S, $t 00.
Doors open at ,x' to 7. Commence at 73,.
/AN the Ist of April, 1865, a large House,
Fultab:e for a boardlug house. Address
MARY .B. HOUSTON.
d , c2Od2L
GOOD WAGES and a permanent situation
will be given to stove moulders at the Mechanics.
burg Foundry, Efecbanksburg, Fa. S. &G. HsIITOK.
t NIIRSE.—AppIy at Room No. 28, State
Capitol Hotel. decl9-d3t*
MO RENT— A. house containing six rooms,
located anywhere between Worth and Chestnut Sts
tent paid in advance. ddrsss Box 41, P. O. Possession
wanted on the first of April, 1855. del94f
LTARRUBTJRG BRIDGE STOCK., Gold,
AI Si rev and 11. S Bonds. B'GLER & CO.,
Stoclf. and Exchange ldrok.e, a, Bfl•liarket street.
WA NTED. —A good two-horse team
Wagon. Enquire at TEIS OFFICE.
) P7fl A MONTH ! I want Agents every-
II NJ where, at $7O a month, expenses paid, to sell
fifteen Articles, the best selling ever ofrered. Full par
ticulars free. Address, ' OTIS T. GAREY
nol6-dawBm Biddeford, Maine.
WANTED.—SI2S A MONTH !
Agents everywhere, to introduce the new
Maw a' Clark Sixteen Dollar Family Sewing
.Maehine, the - - ord,y
°pantry which is -licensed by Grover & Baker, Wheeler
& Wilson, Howe,Singer & Co„ and ilatcheider. Jalary and
expenses, or large commissions allowed All other Ma
chines now sold for less than forty dollars each are in
fringements, and the seller and user liable. Illustrated
clrculargapatfree. Address, SHAW & CLARK,
nol6 daw3m, . Biddeford, Maine.
HOLIDAY • GOODS.
is • the Place,
AND if you fail to go to Keller's before mak
ing your purchases you 'may regret it. You will
there find die most beau , iful display of fine goods. and
the greatest variety yet off-red in ibis oily. It would be
vain to attempt te number or Mum ibe them; they meet
be teen. Call. it is our business to show geode; yours
to buy, if you sae proper.
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR .A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
Appropriate to All.
la addition to oar Five's! NCY GOODS, we have the
Usual large stork of TOILET ARTICLrB and PERVAIE
KY, widen relnaira unrivaled in thla city.
'KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOODS
No. 91 Market Area
HOLIDAY GIFT S
Knoche's Music Store,
93 Market Street.
P IANOS; Cabinet Organs and Melodeons.
Rims Stools and Covers.
Guitars, Tint s, Violins, eta.
31usical,Works of all descriptions.
Portfolios to. Sheet Music.
Sheet Music, the latest and moat popular publications'
Engravings, Paintings, Photographs.
Oval and'square gilt Walnut and Rosewood Frames.
AThutni• the largat and best assortment in the city.- •
Cailand examine the stock of the largest Music Store
this side of the great cities. W. KNOCHE,
deels.tlapj - 93 Market stmt.
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS
Worth having, at
WARD'S MIJSIC STORE, . _
No. 12 NORTH Trrxitn STREET.
Steinway's anberb Fianna.
Sohornaker's splendid Pianos.
Groveateen's cheap Pianos.
Prinee'a (new) automatic Organs, the greater triumph
of the age. .
lieledeOnic Violins, Guitars, Flutes, &c.
Thrums and Fifes.
Sheet and Book Music.
Pictures-,Oval and square Walnut, Oak, Rosewood and
AltustrA very large and line dock at lower prices
Call allo see the really largest Music Store within 100
miles of Ituriaburg
No. 12 North Third Street
, CHRLSTMAS S
itittqa "raturned . from New Tork and
nodaiihui wail oar usual .11ne stook otimis for
bolas, Would rospostfully bolts essi . attssattost
: - Viarket,street:
111/10 ** 1 . -, SALMON.- FINE . SMORTD
18A6 opeposiors toysa. Dock, Jr,
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BY GEORGE BERGNER
NE% ADV ktITISEIVIEN TS
C. A. BOAS'.
MR. BOAS respectfully calls the attention
of citizens ind stra , gers to his large and *ell se-
STOCIEE OF JEWELRY.
Fine Gold Ante' Van and Swiss Watches,
Ladies' Citadlain and Gentlemen's Vest Chains,
Small Swiss Watches 'or Boy;
(no sets of Jewelry. such as
Coral, white and black Onyx,
Pearl. Amethyst and Gold sets,
Gutta Percha Chalus,'Pen holders, Pencils,
Gold Loltets, sleeve Buttons,
Finger Binge, Tooth-picks and Studs.
FINE SILVER WARE.
Ice Cream sets,
(later; Gravy and Creain Ladles,
Tea-spoons,' plain and twisted handles,
Berry , - coops,
Preserve spoons, In pair or single,
'net - Huai Salt-sellers,
Butter /Knives. '-
Plain and Fancy •
Tea sets, . .
Round and Oval Waiters,
Break ast and canner Castors.
Cake and Fruit Baskets,
Sitar - Rowls,
Tea, Table and De :serf Spoons,
Knives, Forks and Stoohs
Win. M. Gray dir, Co.
DON'T fail to stop and examine our new
stock of fhte family groceries Just received 'tor the
Consisting of the following articles:
Fresh canned peaches,
Also, new layer and bench raisins, in whole boxes,
Figs in large and small boxes,
Figs paste In cakes or boxes,
Fine catawba grapes,
Assorted jellies, consisting of
Pear and quigKe
New mince meat always on hand', and new thefiet cider;
also, a new stock of gusenswere, gilt China cape,and par
lor ornaments, China toy tea setts for chlldren,.and :wil
low ware, hc., ;oat received at
WM' EL GRAY &
(Houser & Loci:mates o'd stand, Market Squara.)
VERY LOW PRICES
DURING THE HOLIDAYS, •
TO IVEDUCE STOCK.
At No. Market Street
THE subscriber returns his sincere thanks
to his friends and the public generally, for their very
liberal patronage daring the put four years, and begs
leave to inform them that be bas wvery elegant-assorted
stock or fine Watebes. Chains, Rings, Pins, Sleeve Sof
tens, Scarf Pins. Charms, Gold-Tens; .Gold and Silver
Thimbles,, Silver Spoons, Batter. Knives, Salt, Sugar
Cream and Preserve Spoons; Silver-Plated Cups ; Goblets,.
ke Baskets,- Berry Dishes, Syrup 'Pitchers, Bieakfast
Tea, are Dinner Castors, &0., which will make Very ele
gant and durable Christmas Pres-ms. Call and examine
for yourselves Make setecuors while the assortment is
full. No pains spared to show goods.
AU the above sold at very small profit. •
decl3-tf A. F. ZIMMERMAN.
HOLIDAY GOODS !
IN ABUNDANCE AT'
DRUG AND FANCY GOODS STORE,
No. 91 'MARKET STREET.
WE‘are happy in presenting •to our pa
rons again this season, an entire* new stock of
Fancy Goods for the holidays. _fresh froin the •banas or
importers, and at prices suitonishingly low for the times.
Purchme your holiday presents row while the assort-,
ment is full and varied. dee9
Boyer &* - Kerper, .
NO. 3 MARKET SQUARE,
lIAVE just received from New York a large
and well selected assortment of China ware, (pure
French China,) suitable for goliday presents. They in.
vite the public to call soon, while the stock is full with a
good selection. -
SHISLER & FRAZER
HA.VE, and . are receiving goods in their
usual line, for Ctuistmas, for families, consisting of
Nu trE SPICE, RAISINS, in allEized packages, Figs and
Prunes, Apples, Cder, Wine, Brandy. Rum, be. Prepared
Minco Meat, put up by thetnost celebrated manufacturer,
Mr. Atmore Fine new crop Now Orleans Molasses and •
Sorghum Syrup, a domestic which is considered 1 fine ar
ticle for baking purpose& debit
Neutsal Sulphite of Lime,
WE LEE selling the very best article of
the kind, prepared according to directions of E..
M Ltoreford, Professor of Chemistry, Howard Univer.
sity. D. is perfectly reliable and free from impurities.
Directions accompany each package.
HELLER'S Drug and Fanny 00045 Store, NO. 91 Mar
ket street, Harrisburg. 0026
OUR VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS,
situated on Thin! and Herr streets (Haminend's
Lane,) corner lot 25E131. The other lots are 2011.111,
running hack to a 2.0 feet alley. For further particulars
enquire of ' GEO. H. BELL,
noBOdtf Comelier Second and Chestnut streets.
. FOR sAsan_,_
VOUR 'VALUABLE HOUSES,.located in
C parts of the cityparticulars enquire
at the Cheap Grocery Store, corner of Third and Chestnut.
C000&IITS ! COOOANIITS ! just re
Delved at WM. Y. GRAY dc CO.,
ect razor d W:lmpl:a old stan!i, Afarket Re ,)
A NEW SuFriar of FRESH SHORE./
HAM, fiat received pale 1110,, at
ietV Sueceercrirtc Dock, Jr., & Cr. -
Qu-Eras .GLASEIWAYABr w.
lected assortmanclusil received; of tlie latest styles
JAI ROVER i KWERPER,
VNION—NOW AND FORE V : ER ." ffir6b:
T Et K
HARRISBURG t A WEDNESD 1Y EVENINti, DECEMBER 21, 1864.
1864 Chtistmas 1864
THE HOLIDAYS !
Ladies liable Furs,
Ladies' Fitch Furs,
Ladies' Silver Martin Fars,
Ladies' Siberian Squrrel Fara,
Ladies' American Mink Furs,'
Ladies' Native Hudson Bay Furs,
Ladles' French Sable Furs,
Ladies' Imitation Ermine Flux
Children 9 B Furs
A Large Assortment of Dress Goods,
Shaw% a' Reduced Prices,
Broca Bordered Scarfs,
Gloves, Lace Collars,
Embroidered Collars, Sontags, Nubias,
Alexander's Bid Gloves,
Balinoral Skirts; Hoods,
Genuine Bek Lace Veils,
Embroidered Setts, &0., ite
MOURNING DEPART [NT
St(wk is Complete.
Our rine Emil_ have
pressly for ""-'
OUR CHRISTM IS SALES.
We are now receiving them from the mann-
We can give purchasers a decided advantage
In all other goods
The Prices have been Reduced.
CATHCART & BRO.,
No. 14 Market Square,
Next Door to the Harrisburg Bank.
No. 62 Market St. ) Harrisburg,
111161P.S just returned from New York and
11 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, cons tlng in part of
• he following articles: •
Pine Gold Hunting-fxtsed
ENRLISII, AMERICAN AND SWISS WHWEED,
• OF ALL DZSMIPTIONS.
Fine Solid Silver and Plated Warei
517/TABL7I FOB .... .
Ice Pitnbers, • ,
Tea, Ftsh, •
Butter & Fruit Knives,
FINE JEWELRY OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
White and Black Onyx,
Ruby and Pearl Setts,
Initial Sleeve Buttons and Studs,
Gold and Jet Crosses,
Necklaces for ladies and children,
• • Gold andßilver'Thimblel,
Gold Guard; Ohatelain, Vest and
" • ' • • ' Teoth s,
Dawson, Warren andltyde's and John Foley's celebra
ted Gold Pens, in gold, silver arid.gutta percha holders
Beth Thomas , ""celebrated - Calendar Regulators," and
an endless variety of everything' in his line.
We reverse the old maxim, and invite ladies and gen
tlemen.t,o call at orderplace4
- rst, then give us a call and
see the difference in stock and prices. We defy compe
tition. ' W. BRADY,
. dente „ 62 Market street.
HANRIBNONG NATIONAL BANN,
' Deceinber 10, 1864.
MBE annual election for thirteen directors
of this batik will beheld, as reituiredby the'national
currency act, on Tuesday, the 10th day Of January next,
at the banking house, between the hours of 1 Oa. /4 and
8 J. W., Wilt,
decle•te • , Cadger.
31411.0141 k, ROUSE RESTAURANT.,
HAVE • le-fitted - *and opened the above .
armed'when , all -the delimits pi' the
season-willbe serVed ap,;auc?l . ste OpMers, Rime Terra
pie, &c . The Pahnaarelmetetvespeetrully Invitell to call.
Families supplied with oysters. A. J. WABF DMA:
N. B,,,Free Masker= every day from 103‘ to lig
A.. X. . .
FRUIT MIS; ;of: the lateetq Pa, tent
l ises Tea Patisida pad received ead k
for ogle low at
Ho for Christmas
At No. 109 Market Street,
IS the place to buy Presents for the Holi
days. Call and examine our stook of
WILLOW ; and REED HOOKING
CHAIRS for Children,
TOY ROCKERS and ARM
• CAMP CHAIRS, •
FEATHER PILLOWS and BOL
PATENT SPRING BEDS,
. IRON BEDSTEADS, de.
J. T. BAMNITZ,
A Fine Assortment of Yelife - ley -
Has now the finest, beat selected and moat:desirable &elec.
tion of Jewelry ever brought to Harrisburg, which he
sell at prices to suit the times. Tbo stock embraces,
In part, the following articles
Gold and silver watches.
Fine coral, topaz, amethyst, pearl, onyx and gold setts of
Fine dianaind, carbuncle and seal rings.
Gutta-percha pens and pencils, tooth picks, &c.
Gold andsilver chain& -
Go'd and slyer thimbles
Lockets and sleeve buttons.
Pins and ear-rings of all description.%
Silver and plated ware
Silver tea and table spoons.
Sugar and preserve spoons, berry dishes, butter knives
and fruit knives.
Breakfast and dinner castors.
• Syrup pitchers, cake baskets and salt stands.
Children's cups goblets and call bells.
Fancy bronzed mantle ortiamouts.
Plated Spoons and forks
And an extensltre assortment of Ace clocks.
1l Ladies and gentlemen in search of presents for the
holidays, will do well to examine this stock, before pur
igir All goods warranted as represented when sold. •
Attention; Citizens ..
rpHE GREATEST ASSORTMENT of largo
I. and smog GUMS of every description and of the
beet quality et
13 It A. ID S,
74 I.Ia.RICET ST.
• A choice selection of Whittnatt's
Also a lot of NOSH COCOANUTS.
del9-Ivr BRADY'S. BAKERY, 74 Market Ft.
ALBUMS! ALBUMS!! ALBUMS!!!
• /VT HESS
Third Street, Between Market and Walnut,
"THERE can be found a very fine and large
assortment of Album', suitable for HOLIDAY
GIFTS, and at such prices that cannot. but suit the pur.
Can and examine my stock and prices before ptrebas•
leg e'sewhere, as I am offering Albums at very reduced
prices. Ideol9-413t) , J. 3L
93 MARKET STREET.
The most exquisite stook of ENGRAVINGS, plain and
colored, from the celebrated masters, suitable for holiday
presents. Call and examine at KNOCHE'S,
del7-lf 93 Market street.
BIJOKWHEAT • FLOUR. 'fresh supply
of Towanda Buckwheat, fresh ground Corn Meal,
elm family Flour, by the bbl. or bag, every package
warranted and delivered to all parts of the city free of
charge, at BOYER & HERPERIS.
ITIOMATO CATSUP—By the gallon, quart
and-pint, just received at.
WM. M. GRAY & Co.,
(Heuer & Loehman'a old amid, Market Square.)
ArANKER JUMPERS, WHEELBARROWS
and ebildren , s Wagons, bought eiprese# to meet
the present demands, at HOUR ft KOERPER'S. •
40c17 . • , _
1114ASKET$ ! BLS/lE4S inixi
j) `well - aeleeted stock of 'all kinds;Of Willow and Cedar
ware market, traveling and clothes Ilaskelsitat
SHAREICCORN, NEW Homan; • Beans,
Dried pesafias and Apples and Blackberday Cocants
and Enisdis, kc., &a, jest received at
deol7 ROYER & WIPER'S.
STAPLE AND FANCY ARTICLES
Writing Desks, '
Fine Mem(Wendt= Books,
Fancy Pen Holders,
Newton's Gold Pens, - -
ancy Paper Weights,
Chequer Boards, •
Ivory Paper Knives,
Fine Water Colors,
Am. r &c.
A large and varied assortment at
BERGNER'S. BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
No. 38 MARKET STBIEET, HABBISBURG,
PRICE THREE CENTS
NE* A. D*.ERTISEIVIENTS.
NITHE - AEA. the Auditor General; as re
quired by the 11th section of.the act. entitled
".in' act enat'ing the banks of tots Commonwealth to be
come associations for the purpose of banking. under the
laws of the United Rates," passed on the 22d day of Au
gust A D. 1864, has certified to me that the "HARRES
BURG B has furnished sat slactorievidence 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 under the laws of the.
t; do, therefore, cause this notice thereof to be published
In accordance with the provisions of 'lid said 11th section
of the eald act.-and do declare that the chaiter 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.CU Ie rIN,
Governor of Pennsylvania
rstoctryu CRAbittßit, HADIII9BITRG,
December 20, 1864.
NOTICE TO NAN PATERS.
MIRE special list of .5 - per cent. tax on in
- a. comes for the yesi 1863, Is now in my lands for col
lection, and is hereby demanded for Dauphin county at
my once in Harrisbure.
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
a'lty, after that, to be collected by dl?traint checks, pays
bin in government funds, or the note by mail at your risk,
OT by the hands of friends will be received.
No feel w4ll be charged for notices leaned before the
first inst. A, K. PAEINESTOCR,
. ; dec2o •" Collector 14th District Penna.
T/111 3 0,11,TANT . to personi living in the upper
part of the city.
The autscriber has taken charge of the store formerly
&canted byGeorge W. Miles, and .ha; refitted and fur
nished it with an entire new stOck of -
• Fresh Drugs; Medielnes
and all articles usually to be found in a well appointed
Partictrar attention - willbe paid to the careful corn
pounding of Prescriptions. •
A share of , the public patronage it respectfully solicitcd.
drc2o-iist*' WM. P. HOLMAN.
RAND 013,1STMAS BALL
TO BS GIVEN AT TICS
HOPE ENlOteir., HOUSE,
ON. FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1364.
gManagers—W F bfroy, eaves, H kith, IR
Flaw Managers—Danl Farr, Geo Farms:.
Tickets Si t o—can be procured front the Managers.
State Capital Restaurant
Corner of Third , and Walnut - Streets,
OYSTETER of the INat 'quality served in any
and evory style.
MEALS served up at all hours.
Choice Lily:Joni, Ale and Cigars, always on hand at the
bar. (deele-d2w) J. L BATE, Proprietor.
1-4TLOSOPHY OF. IdARRIAGE.-- The
oprieters of the New York Museum of Anatority
have determined, regardless of expense, to issue free,
(for the benefit of suffering humanity, and suppression of
quackery) four of their most interesting and instructive
lectures on Marriage and its disqualifications, - nervous and,
physical debility, premature decline of manhood, Indiges
tion, weakness or depression, impotency, toes of energy
and - manly power; the great social evil, and those mala
dies which result from youthful follies, excesses of ma
turity, or ignorance of Physiology and laws of Nature
These invaluable lectuxes have been the means of en
lightenmg and saving thousandi,und ; will,be forwarded
free, on receipt of four stamps; by addressing &mums;
Newlerk Museum of AmitomY•and MeSlicitte, BIS Boxed-
IHEREAS, the Honorable:Wilibi3, Itatif-
Bo; President a the Court of Common Pleas in
the Twelfth Judicial District * consisting of the counties of
Lebanon and Dauphin, and the Honorable Seatum.Letaus
and Honorable Noma D,..YouNa, Associate Judges in Dan
phinsolinty, having issued their precept, bearing date the
16th day of December, 1864, to me directed, far bolding - a
Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery and
Quarter Sessions of the Peace of Harrisburg, for the county
of Dauphin, and to commencem Trap MONDAY OFJANL ,
ARY Nen; being the 16th day of January, 1865, and to
continue two weeks.
Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Justices
of the Peace, Aldermen and Constables of the saidcounty
of Dauphin, that they be then and there: In their proper
persons, at 10 o'clock in .the forenoon of said day, with
their records, inquisitions, examinations, and. their own
remembrances, to do those things which to their office
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 shalt be just.
Given under my hand, at Harrisburg; the 19th day of
December, in the year of our Lord,lBB4, and in the eighty
ninth year of the independence of the United States.
W. W. JENNINGS, Sheriff.
Harrisburg, Dm 19, 1884.
LIVERY ! LIVERY ! ! 2R
The undersigned, successor of Murray ,k Adams,
would respectfully solicits. part of the public patronage.,
as he intends kcepinea,liot clarislive•y. He u 11l keep
none but sober and accommodating drivers Stables in
Fon•th street, between Market and'Aralnut streets.
He also offers the entire livery for ,sale, on reason able terms. Pe - sons wishinglo purchase, will please call and
examine the stock.
J. M. WIESTLINq,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, has removed hie
office to Walnut street, Sd door above Second,
nearly opposite First National Bank.
Prompt and careful attention will be given to all ,busi
news intrusted to him. • • doclB-dlw-w3w
Valuable Building Lots
SEVEN LOTS, fronting on Third street,
above Herr street, 20 feet front, extending back 139
feet to a twenty foot alley. For terms Apply to
decls-d2w JNO J. CLYDE.
SEVERAL HUNDRED improved farms in
Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois, and several
large tracts of unimproved land in Illinois, lowa and-Wis
consin Catalogues with.o4ll descriptions and prices of
each, will be sent by mail, free of charge, upon applica
tion._ . BAMUF.L A. FIANGSNT.
N. W. corner sth and Walnut streets, Cincinnati, 0.
HOUSES FOR SALE.
THREE NEW FRAME HOUSES, SITU
ATE on Voter street, above North. Enquire of
ee2Bdtf • Corner of Third and North streets,
RAGS ! RAGS ! ! RAGS !! ! -
FIVE cents per lb.- cash paid for good mixed
Rags. .HORKFFEBIS Bookstore,
sopt2U 21 South Second street. Harrisburg. Penna.
MINCED MEAT received fresh every
week from the celebrated manufacturer, Atmore
Philadelphia, at • BOYER & -RERPER'S.
t IL , BL R S am .
b o w f , ) , Ir p il p l i i n e F lti ., p j l u e s s ere r e fo v o e d d
,deor BOYER & ICERPEKS.
QWEFT - CIDEII.—A few bbls. of an excel
kJ lent quality of pure sweet cider, just received at
decl7 . BOYER B:.RERPER,B.
SAP SAGO, English Daily, Pine Apple, Nut
meg and New York State Cheese, NIA 'received et
,SHISIACR & FRAZgat ,
myr saccessors to W Dock, Jr., & Co.
• J RES4 ORANBERIdirS -.reaeived th i s
monaag at • WM. X' GRAY a; co.,
'(Rouser and Lochtnan's old stand, Market square.)
FINE Auger. Oared .Sams and Dried Beef,
Just: lionised at WM . M GRAY & CO.,
(floosie and . bictimiues old stand, Market square,)
BASKETS, lIMEIERTS, am =t variety
Successors to W. Doa k.
i - . • , ~
1 STRAYPRINTING ESTlBLlgilitilt ,
910RTISING, TES—DAILY T.O,'LIgSSAP ' ',-
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Administration Notices - - 246
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. sar Business notices inserted in the Low/ commas, or
before 'Marriages and Deaths , &our Osaars PER laws ftw
Death of Hon. Wm. L. Dayton.
The London Press on Lincoln's Re-Mention
The new royal mail steamer Cnba,:frpixi
Liverpool on the 3d inst., arrived at thiskort
this morning. The political news is p.mm
Mr. Dayton, the. American minister ,. to
France, died at Burns, on the 2d inst., of spa
Theafterpart of the steamer Are, contain , .
Ing-the engines,: had been raised, and' there
were popes of savinglthe other portions.
It is stated that there were apprehensions
of wholesale desertions from the frlliate
agars, in the Scheldt. Twenty-five'seamen
had recently got away, and were pursued to
the Dutch frontier. Most of them
_ . .
A. meeting held at Bristol, to express grati
fication at Mr. Lincoln's re-election, was
broken up in a "riot by secession syrups
The Times in an editorial says Mr. Lincoln
may now seize the opportunity to make an af
tempt to end the war by negotiating, but
doubts if the terms will be acceptable to the.
The Loudon: Index, in an article .on Earl
Russell's letter to Slidell and others, expresses
the opinion that in order to be consistent
Russell cannot stop short of the actual recog
nition of the Confederacy.
The Morning Post gives currency to the ro
ported probable recognition of Mexico by the
Washington Cabinet. •
The bank. of France gained 19,000,000
francs in cash during the week.
The bourse is buoyant ar 65f 75c.
M. Mocquard continues seriously ill. - -
It is rumored that the question of troops
on the DUChies, will be 'satisfactorily adjubteil
by Austrian mediation. '
The Madrid Epoda says that mediation -be
tween Spain and - Peru is, at present, impossi
ble. The state of siege had been raised in
LONDON, December 3 —Evening. —The news
to-day is unimportant. A dispatch from fit;,
Petersburg. says an internal lottery loan of a,
hundred million roubles, is about to be issued
for the construction of railways. The steam
ship Africa arrived at Liverpool on the 3d.
The Supreme Court has now before it the
case of Edward Hunter, master , and claimant
of the British ship CircasSian, and cargo ap
pellant against - the United States. •
liAltAtwirtliefes42oe , l44
A snow stiiim revailed here yesterdar4 , -
temoon. There is fine sleighing, six' inches'. •
of snow haying fallen.
Stoeks steady. Penn'a s's 93; Reading.R.
R. 58; Morris Canal 75; Penn's R. R. 65;
Gold 225 ; Exchange on New York par.
ON Sunday night, near the "TELEGaLpir
printing office. a Pocket Book - , containing; paper*,
and a number of railroad passes, of no value except to
the owner. A siptable reward will be paid or Be return
to [doc2Odtfl . THIS OFFICE.
de l 9-dizarti
OFFICE OF THE ICARILISBERG BRIDGE Coittienr, l•
HABEISEURG. PA Dec. 19. 1964. .4
A meeting of the Stockholders of the Parrisburg Budge
Company will be held at their r astern Toll Reuse, in the
city of Harrisburg, on Monday. January 2, 1861 between
the hours of 10 and 2 o'clock, when an election: will be
held for a President, a i.ecietary and Treasurer, atd 12 ,
Directois, to serve for the ensuing year.
• IV ti.l BUEHLIIR,
Secretary and Treasurer.
NO PIANO IS COMPLETE WITHOUT
Copies-of the Following Elegant Works:
WM. F. MURRAY
"TEE .ROME CIRCLE." A collection of Marches,
Waltzes, Polkas, Schottisches, Redowas Quadrilles, Con
tra Dances. Four Hand Pieces and .Piano Gems. 2_vola.
~r eE SEWER OF IIEAI.L.S." a collection, of choice
Duets, wth Piano Accompimimentg. "THE SILVER
CHORD," a collection of Songs, Ball, Quartets, Duets.
&e, with Piano Accompaniments. " OPE RATIC
PEARLK," a collection of Gems from the Best Operas,
with Piano Accompaniments. I rice of each, plain,
$2 b 0; C'oth. $3 00; Juli gilt, $4 00. Mailed post paid
cn receipt of price. OLIVER DEMON & CO., Publishers,
277 Washington street, Boston. • dec2o-uc
WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA -
OIL COMPA - NYo'':
$450,000 - - Capital Stock:.
150,000 Shares---$3 00 Per ,S harp.
rreseut bbl Et;.
TWO Producing Wells on the "Columbia"
Oil Company's Lands, another being bored, with a
good show. The Pearson Farm on Cherry Tree Run-80
acros—also owned by this company in fee sintp.'e. Call
and:see prospectus and maps, at Bigler '.& Co.
Call at mg, as but a limited number of shares will be
sold in this city. ' E. J. S., ItileßT, '
For the Commix.
References.—BlGLEß & Co., ih...cca..avr Sc Miran -
ON thel4th inst., betw•Sen North street=
and Killer's School House, on Pennsylvania Ave;
nue, a Porttoonnaie, containing about $5O In small bills;
also, a Mound House check of $BO in favor of Daniel'
Shafer, and one of $4O 12 signed by John . Wallower, and
Payable to the undersigned, and some other papers 10 4
Butcher's Bit's. A liberal reward will be paid the' ander •
upon leaving the porta:nom:l4de and contenta at THIS
OFFICK or with the undersigned, on Walnut street.
de61914t JOHN 11017 NO".
RELIGIOUS BOOK STORE,
- Trott and Sunday School Depository;
27 S. Second street, below Market squaw,
...8A8R113817 It 0, PENNA.-'
ONSTAITTLY ON HAND, Orichlas
Hyran_Books, School Books and • Stationery
of every .dwcriotlon. Photograph , Albums,
Go'd Pens; Diaries for 1865,
such as Glober,„ etc. Also, a spleidid assortment of
Books for the holidays. Depot for Ellsworth'a.roy„...,
'Books. Sunday School Books at publisheiii - pfices.
German Books of all kinds, all of which will be sold at
wholesale or retail. decl4
NEW YOBLi Dec. .2Ek
U. S. Supreme -Court.
WisEaNeTox, Dec. 20,
Philadelphia Stock Market
Pair,Amcuqw., Dec. 20:'
$25 : . IEUE WARD.