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3IORNINO ~12VD EVENING,
By R E ERGNE
OFFICE 11111.:D Si'. XL It WALATT
E s OF su rION
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city at 1.V.,, cents per wte'r. Yearly subset ibtrs win be
barged $6 00 it' advance. Thn , e persona whr3 neglect to
pay in advance will be charged $7 00.
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wiNT.Eit TSME T? ISLE:
FIVE TRAINb DAILY TO AND FROM
PHELLADEDELPHIA AND PITTSBURG.
MONDAY, December 26, 1864,
THE Passenger Trains of the Penasylvatia
Railroad COmpaay will depart from rfartrishurg, and
arrive at Philadelphia and PittEtturg se follows:
PVILAD'A EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
at 2.45 a. st., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.56
FAST LANA:leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) al
6.00 and arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.40 P. U.
Passengers take breakfast at Harrisburg.
NAIL TRAIN levee Harrisburg daily (except Sundays)
at 1.30 P. a., and arrives at West Philadelphia ut 5.35 P. X
PITTSBURG AND ERIE MAIL leaves Harrisburg
daily (except Sundays) at 1.40 A at., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 6.20 A. X.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Har
rlaburg daily (except Sundays) at 4.00 P. at., and arrives
at Weal, Philadelphia at 9.30 P. X Thia train has no
connection from the West.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAM leaves Harrn
burg daily (except Sundays) at 7. A M., and arrives at
Lancaster at 9 40 A. M , connecting (except on Mondays)
with the Fast Line east.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE MAIL loans Harrisburg
daily (except Sundays) at L 15.4. at, Altoona 739 A. at,
take breakfast, and arrive at Pittsburg at 1.00 P. sr.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
(except Monday) at 3.10 a. aL ; Altoona, 8.35 A X take
breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40 P. X.
PHILAD'A. EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg daily at 2.45
Altoona at 9.25 A. M., hike breakfast and arrives at
Pittsburg at 2.40 P. sr •
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sundays}
at 4.15 P. BT.; Altoona at 9 P. at., take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 1.20 A. at.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sundays)
at 1.40 r. N.; Altoona at 1.55 P. X., take supper, and ar
rives at Pittsburg at 1.20 r at
MOUNT JOY AOL'OSIIII.ODATION weFt. leaves Lancaster
at 11.20 A. TA., connecting there with the Mail weisti; leaves
Mount Joy at 11.51 A. and arrives at Harrisburg at
TRH HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATIA TRAIN froth
Pittsburg, which arrives at Harrisburg at 6 30 P. M., stops
there, passengers for East of Harrisburg lay over until
1.40 A. M.
SAMUEL D. YOITNO,
Supt. Male Diu. Follett H. R.
Harrisburg, Dee. VI, 1984.-dtf
Noillsr:rt; Ce.ntral itstilway.
WINTER TUNE TABLE
OPENING OF THE BRANCH TO ERIE
FOUR TRAINS DAILY
TU d-ND FLOM
‘v A 4 H INGTON CITV
Coattentions tuadu with trains ou Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittsburg and the West.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Branch Snsquehanian,Fenneylvania and Erie, Elmira,
and all of Northern New York.
ON anti after MONDAY, NOV. 7th, 1844.
the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central
Railway will arrive at and depart from Harrisburg and
Baltimore as follows, vie:
MAIL TRAIN loaves Sunbury daily (except
arrives at Baltimore
tiPMESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
leaves Harrisburg (except
arrives at Baltimore daily
(except Monday) 7.00 A. A.
BARRIBBORD ACCOMMODATION leaves Bar-
tiONEILOCY ACCOMMODATION Leaves Sun.
bury daily (except San•
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Sunbury daily, (except
Sundays,) at 9.05 P. M
MAIL TRAIN leaves 'Baltimore daily (except
leaves Harrisburg 1.45 P. st.
~. arrives at Sunbury 4.20 P. x.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily 9.80 P. x.
4t arrives at Harrisburg ..... .. 1.50 A. x.
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
•• arrives at Sunbury
ERIE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily
(except Stvurdays) at...... 7.30 P. at
n leaves Harrisburg
(except Sundays) at..
“ arrives at Sunbury at....
HARRISBURG A.C(XJMAIODATION leaves Bal.
Elmore daily (except Sun
,• arrives at Harrisburg
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Harris
burg daily (except Sunday)
at 410 v. x.
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Express are through
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate points.
Mail and Express trains run through to Elmira. .
For further Information apply at the Office, in Penney].
viola Railroad Depot. J. N. DoBARRY,
Harrisburg, Oct. 30, 1884..dtf Get Supt.
Lebanon Valley Branch
PHILADELPHIA & READING R. R.
Winter arrangement of Passsenger Trains
from Harrisburg, NOVEMBER 7, 1864.
TERSE DAILY TRAINS FOR NEW YORK.
No 1 EXPRESS at 8:00 AN, Arr. at N. York at 10: 00 A M
So 3 FAST, at 8:15 A w, " 2:45 P at
No 7 MAIL at 1:45 r sr, " " 9:20 r
The above connect closely with similar trains on the
Pennsylvania Railroad from Pittsburg and the West.
NPR PHILADWLITIA. AND YOTTSVELLIS.
'The MO Ala Express connects at Reading with the
Reading Accommodation Train, arriving at Philadelphia
at 9:26 AX. No's 8 and 7 connect at Reading for Potts
ville, Tamaqua, Allentown, Philadelphia, Sze., arriving at
the latter point at 1:20 and 7:05 P rs, and at Pottsville at
12:35 noon and 7:45
WAY TRAMS 7011 LOCI6I. TRAVEL.
Number 5 Mail at 7:25 Alll, stopping at all points, and
making same connections at Reading gu3 number 3.
Number 9, Harrisburg Accommodation, at 4:40 P X,
Stopping at all points, arriving at Reading at 7:110 P X,
RETUIL'iLYO THAWS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS
New York—Number 2 FAST at 9:00 A id; number 4
EXPRESS at 7:00 P nt, and number 6 MAIL at 12:00 at.
Philadelphia=-8:00 A at and 8:30 P N.
Pottsville-8:50 A x and 235 r nc
Reading—Number 4 EXPRESS 12:00 midnight; num
ber 10 ACCOMMODATION 7:35 A in; number 8 MAIL
10:48ant; number 2 PAST 1:38 PM; number 6 MAIL
8:05 P H.
Passengers for Lebanon Valley Railroad Way Stations
will take train number 6,9, 0, and 10, as the other trains
slop only at Lebanon and principal stations.
Baggage checked through. For tickets or other in
tormation-apPIP to J. J. CLYDE,.
not General Agent, Harrisburg.
FRESH CRANBERRIES received this
morning at WM. M. GRAY & CO
(Houser and Lockman's old stand, Market equare.)
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BY GEORGE , BERGNER HARRISBUIW, PA., TUESDAY EVENINti DECEMBER 27, 1864
CERTAIN AND SAF.B.
rir'For the Remotes of Obstructions and the Inntrarme
of Regularity in the RectirrenCe of the
iygp-They cure or obviate those numerous diseases that
spring from irregularity, by removing the irregularity
-They cure Suppressed, Excessive and Painful Men.
..arThey cure Green Sickness (Oklorosis.)
ihr They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in
the back and lower parts of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue
on slight exertion, Palpitation of ttie Heart, Lowness of
Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Giddiness, &c., &c. In
a word, by removing the irregularity, they remove the
cause, and with it .u.r. the effects that spring from it
—Composed of simple vegetable extracts,: theY con
tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, however
delicate, their function being to substitute strength for
weakness, which, when properly used, they never fail to
THESE PILLS RAVE NEVER BEEN KNOWN TO RAIL WIIERE
THE DERECTIONS ARE WELL OBSERVED.
letters seeking information or advice will be
promptly, freely and discreetly answered.
l Fell directions accompanying each box.
wir Price $1 per box, or six boxes for $6.
oar Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price.
wig- Pamphlets sent by mail, free of postage, by
DR. W. H. MERWIN & CO.,
nein-deed-4m No. 63 Liberty street, New York.
D R. WRIGHT'S
Ca, ESSENCE OF LIFE.
Prepared from Pure Vegetable Extracts, containing no
thing injurious to the most delicate.
"As tbe Phenix rises from the ashes of its fire, ani
mates with new life"—so does this Elixir rejuvenate the
system and overcome disease.
pas- The Rejuvenating ' Elixir is the result of modern
discoveries in thevegetable kingdom, being an entirely
new and abstract method of cure, irrespective of all the
old and worn-out systems.
////- This medicine has been tested by the moat emi
nent medical men of the day, and by them pronounced
to be one of the greatest medical discoveries of the age.
One bottle will cure General Debility.
wir A few dosesteure Hysterics in females.
One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart.
From one to three bottles restore the manliness
and full vigor of youth,
A few doses restore the appetite.
—'Three bottles cure the worst case of Impotency.
jea , - A few doses cure the low spirited,
u-One bottle restores mental power.
n wir- A few these restore the organs of generation,
..gr A few doses bring the rose to the cheek.
wa- This medicine restores to manly vigor and robust
health the poor, debilitated worn-down and despairing.
,The listless enervated youth, the over-tasked man
of business, the victim of nervous depression, the indi
vidual suffering from general debility, or from weakness
of a single organ, will alt find immediate and permanent
relief by the use of this Elixir or Essence of Life.
sat- Price $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by Express, on receipt of money, to any
—THE CHEROKEE PILLS and REJUVENATING
ELIXIR are sold by all enterprising druggists in. the civil
ized world. Some unprincipled dealers, however, try to
sell worthless compounds in place of these ; those which
they can purchase at a cheap price,:and make more mo
ney by selling than they can on these medicinee.. AS you
value your health— ay, the health of your future off
spring—do not be deceived by such unprincipled drug•
giete, ask for these medicines and take no other. If the
druggist will not buy them for you, inclose the money in
a leiter, and we will send them to you by, Express, se
curely sealed and packed, free from observation.
Ladies or gentlemen can address us in perfect confi
dence, stating fully and plainly their diseases and symp
toms, as we treat all diseases of a chronic nature in mate
or female. Pattents need not hesitate because of their
inability to visit us, as we have treated patients success
fully in all portions of the civilized globe, by correspond
Patients addressing us will please state plainly all the
synlptoms of their complaints, and write post elllce,
county, State, and name of writer, plain, and inclose
postage stamp for reply.
We send oar 32-page Pamphlet free to any address.—
Address all letters to the Proprietors,
Dm W. R. MkRWIN & CO.,
nols-deod-4m No. 63 Liberty street, New York.
1.30 P. Y.
5,45 P. 31
THE LONG LOOKED FOR HAS COME!
"HEALTH AND 11.6.PYINRIM TO VTR SONS AND DADORTRRa OF
7.95 A. M .
7.90 A. 11'
SYRUP OF ' ROOTS
BARKS AND HERBS,
FCR 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 produced by catching cold on the slightest ex
posure. It expectorates 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, itintritles and
circulates the blood, which causes oppression of the
chest and difficulty in breathing.
Coed News for Mothers and Children.—Here is the
sufferer's balm ; keep it.in your family, sickness comes
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
Also, for sale at the Drug Store of
J. M. BOMGARDNER,
Corner of Fourth and Market streets, Harrisburg.
All orders should be addressed to DR. S. COLLINS,
These Medicines are purely Vegetable. nail
9.20 A. at
2.80 A. N.
632 A. If
12.35 A. N.
3.25 A . hi
$.OO Y. Y.
.7.50 P, r.
A FEW MORE COPIES of the
RULES FOR REGULATING THE PRACTICE IN THE
SUPREME COURT AND COURTS OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
Comosed of Dauphin and Lebanon counties. Price
$5 50. For sale at Scheffer's Bookstore, Iliarrisburr, Pa.
SOFAS, Arm and Parlor Chairs, Marble
17 top Table; Lounges and
COTTAGE CHAMBER SETTS,
In great variety at
JAMES R. BOYD St SON,
neAdtwl New Ware-No!. z 21South Second at.
CHEESE—choice new crop Cheese, just
received at SHLSIAR & FRAT:ER,
1917 Sunwisioni tow.Hoek. Jr.. k Co
VALENTIA RAISINS, a new invoiee o at
nol SEMLER & FRAZMP
NUTS.—Almonds, Cream Nuts, Chestnuts,
English Walnut; Filberts and Walnuts, at
decl2-da - JOHN WISPS.
NEW GAME FOR CHILDRF.N.
GAME OF SOLITAIRE, together with an
assortment of other Games, at Scheffer's Bookstore,
21 South Second street. Harrisburg, Pa. octl
XTRA FiLIYaLY FLOUR and COJalsl
MEAL allays on hand, of the best quality, at
BOYER & KOERPER
rpom.A.To KETSIJP, by the gallon, quart or
plot, just received at WM. M. GRAY & CO.,
(Houser and Lochman's old,staud, Market square.)
RECEIVED, a good lot of Apples and Po-
Woes, at ._. SOHN WISES,
uecl2-dtf Third and Walnut.
THE LARGEST and beat Selection of Gro
ceries in the city, to be had at
CANNED FRUlTS.—Peaches, Blackberries,
Tomatoes Am Om., at [decl2-titf] JOHN WWII.
i - N[oN Ntlxv ANn ti EVER."
NEW A.D EKTISEIVIENTS
NEW OPIENING ,
Fall and Winter Trade!
BALMORALS .AND SCARFS !
The Largest and best selected stock In this city I
NeINV Cloak. Store,
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BLOCH,
NO. L 3 AHEAD!!
MRS. M. MAYER,
NO. 13 MARKET STREW,
Has just opened her new FALL STOCK of
4 , BONNETS, LADIES' AND
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS.
THE LATEST STYLES
CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS
And a tine assortment of
WOOLEN HOODS, NIIRIAS,
ALL KINDS OF
Constantly on hand, besides everything usually found iu
the largest furnishing establishments in the country.
GAMES! GAMES! GAMES!
Pictorial Game of Characters. •
• Pet of the Cradle.
New Game of Quotations. •
Fireside Spelling Game.
Mrs. Jollyboy's Pio.nic. _
Old. Maid and Old Bachelor
New Game of Matrimony. .
New Game of Forted.
New Game of Spirit Rapper.
Nuts to Brack or 54 Puzzles.
Game of Nip, Sledge, Tuck and Frizzle.
Sparkles of Wit from the Brain.
Pan of, Moms.'
Quartette Game of English Poets.
Sultan Vizier or Scherzerade.
Quartette 'Game of . ..American Poets.
Dejected Picture Puzzles.
Fortune Telling Cards. ' a
Fox and Geese,
For sale at SchefferN Bookstore, 21 South 2rid street,
Harrisburg, Pa. no2l
TOYS, TOYS, TOYS,
FOR THE HOLIDAY - Pl.
A large and line assortment, consisting of
China tea sets, &c., Wooden tea sets,
China baskets, . Crying dolls,
Vases, • oxes of game,
Tin trumpets, Paint boxes,
Horns, Tool chests,
Moving boys, Dressed dolls,
Wooly sheep, Doll heads'
Watches, Guns and swords,
Menageries, Animals on wheels
Grace hoops, Kitchen utensils,
Harlequins, _ , Railway,
Magic lanterns, Poultry yards, .
Sheep folds, Ten-pins,
Box toys, Noah ark,
arc., &c., &c., &c.
Also, a large and fine assortment of sugar toys, P renal *
and common candies
Also, always on hand such as foreign and domestic fruit
in season, all kinds of nuts, dried fruits, cakes and crack
ers, teas, spices and coffee, jellies and canned fruits, rale,
ens, currants, citron's, prunes, &c., wholesale and retail at,
the store of JOHN WISE,
nol.o ' Third and Walnut
GEO. W. McCALLA 9
J E W E L E ,
No. 38 Market Street, Opposite the Jones Mollie,.
TT AS just received a large assortment of.
Jewelry, ho., suitable for Holiday Presents, and
invites the public to give him a call. Select your present
while the assortment is full. decfmilm
For sale at [decl2-dHI JOHN WISE'S.
• Musical Balls, •
Fancy Ribbed Balls,
A full assortment at BERGNER'S Bookstore.
R. C. ORTH,
Teacher of the P)ano, Melodeon, Violin
No. 15, Tam BTRIIT, nnovr limnre.
M TONS BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, of a Ripe
rier quality, just received from the Wyoming Valley
and foreale in any quantity at
nol4 SHISLER & FRAZER'S.
JXTRA WHITE WHEAT FLOUR.—Se
lected White Wheat Family Flour, meat receive
and for sale at :MTV R tx.FRAZZIA
Swenson to W. Dock. Jr., & Co
HAVANA ORANGES.—Fine Havana
anges just received at SHIRLEY. & FRAZER'S,
non successors to Wiri. Dock, Jr., & Co.
nimbi CASES SPICED OYSTERS, just re
f calved at- SCISILSIt & FRAZER,
je99 auccomoris to W. & Co
TIIST RECEIVED, a fine lot of Pickles and
cranberries at [docl2-dtf] JOHN WISE'S.
- DIOKLESI FIOKLESII
By the barrel, half barrel, jar or dozen, at
no2s] BOYER & KOZEPEE.
Bohemian Glass Vases. Flower Stands.
" Toilet Bottles. Wakh Stands.
Cigar Stands. Match Stands.
Cigar Ash Stands. Reading and Book Stands.
Fancy Fans. Fancy Riding Whips.
Card Cases, pearl and Canes.
leather. Cut Glass Colognes.
Dressing-Cases. " Shaving Cases.
Ladies' Companions. Ladies' Satchels.
Cabs Satchels, Portefollos.
Okay Cases. latch Cases.
Portemonnales. Ladies' Purses.
Powder Pair Boxes. Hand Mirror?.
Toilet Waters. Toilet Soars:
Sachets. Burnett's Toilet cotta
Writing Cases. Sewing Cases.
Cavalry Cases. Folios.
Leather and Wicker Pocket Mirrors
Flasks. • Money Belts.
Leather, • Metal and Gum
Wooden Puzzles. Fancy Boxes
bfeerschaum Pipes, Work Boxes.
Brier Pipes. Box of Cigars.
Pocket Knives. Leather and Gum Balls.
Fine Razors. Fine Dominoes,
Tharles f0r.18135. Thermometers.
Also. a great variety of Lava Ware, all of which can be
had at • KUNKEL & BRO'S DRUG STORE,
deatr No. 118 MAIMET EMMET, HARMS/10Ra.
The undersigned, having lately purchased
property, has already commenced such alter
ations and improvements as will render this
OLD AND POPULAR HOUSE
equal, if not superior, to any Hotel in the
city of Harrisburg. GEO. J. BOLTON.
"T REASURY DEPARTMENT.
11 OFF/C8 op OOMPT2OLLER OF THE Compxvor
WASimCGTOS,NOv. 21,18 k j
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the
undersigned, it has been. made appear that the
HARRISBURG NATIONAL BANK, in the City of Har
vlaburg, in the County ~f Dauphtn, and State of Penn
sylvania, has been duly organized under and according
to the'requiremente of the act of Congress, entitled "An
etrtwynyride 'a National Currency, secured by a pledge
or United States bonds, and to provide for the circulation
and redemption thereof," approved June 3, 1864-and has
complied with all the provisions of said act required to
be complied with belbre commencing the business of bank
ing under said act:
Now, therefore, I, SAMUEL T. HOWARD, Deputy
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
Harrisburg National Bank,in the City or Harrisburg, in the
county of Dauphin, and State of Pennsylvania, is author
ized to commence the business of banking under the aet
In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of
office this twenty-first day of November, 1864.
SAMUEL T. HOWARD,
asaL. I Deputy Comptroller of the Currency.
STEAM WEEKLY TO LIVERPOOL, touch
jag at QIInNSTOWN (CORK HARBOR.) The well
known steamers of the Liverpool, New York and Phila
deiphia Steamship Company, (Inman Line), carrying the
Li. S. Mails, are intended to sail as follows •
GLASGOW Saturday, December 17.
MANCHESTER ... " 24.
BALTIMORE... ....... " " 31.
and every succeeding Saturday, at noon, from Pier 44,
• RATES OF PASSAGE:
Payable in Gold or as Equivalent in Currency.
FIRST CABIN, $BO 00,1 STEERAGE, $BO 00
do to London, 85 001 do to Londoi, 34 .00
do to Paris, 95 UOI do Paris, 40 00
do to Hambure, 90 001 do to Hamburg, 37 oa
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Br men, Hotter
dam; Antwerp, ike., at equally low rates.
Fares from Liverpool or Queenstown: Ist Cabin, $75,
$B5, $lO5. Steerage $3O. Those who wish to send for
their friends can buy tickets here at these rates.
For further information apply at the Company's
Offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent,
ocl4 15, Broadway, N. Y.
NATIONAL ROUSE RESTAURANT.
HAVE re-fitted and opened the above
named restaurant, where all the delicacies of the
season will he served up, such as Oysters, Game, Terra
pin, Arc. The public are most respectfully invited to call.
Families supplied with oysters. A. J. WARE lELD.
N. B.—Fiee lunch given every day from log to I.lg
A. M. declO.dlm*
OVID F. JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OFFICE No. 23, Sou= SECOND STREET.
Legal business ana collections promptly attended to.
NIEW Al) E.RTISEIII EN TS
A Grand Exhibition
KUNKEL & BItO'S .
Drug. and Fancy store,
1.10. 118 MARICET STEEET
THE following are some of the articles to
be obtained, appropriate to the season :
Valuable - Building Lots
SEVEN LOTS, fronting on Third street,
above Herr street, 20 feet front, extending back 139
feet to Si twenty foot alley. For terms Apply to
decls-d2w JNO. J. ULM&
RAGS RAGS ! 1 RAGS! I !
FIVE cents per lb. cash paid for good mixed.
Raga, SCREFFEB'S Bookstore,
sept 26 21 South Second street. Harrisburg, !ems&
"LIME FAMILY FLOUR.-SECTSLER
FRAZER have made arrangements with one of.
best mills in the country to supply the families of Rani
burg with choice FLOUR. Every barrel 'warranted, ,
delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
811.18LER & FRAZER,
Dealers in Fine Family Groceries, opposite the Coral
ALARGE ASSORTMENT OF TRANSPA
RENT SLATES, of all sizes and prices, for sale at
Schetfer's Bookstore, 21 South Second street, Harrisburg,
Penns. -• act'
A FRESH LOT OF LEMONS just re
ceived at WM. M. GRAY & CO.,
(Rouser & Lachman's old stand, Market square.)
CHEESE.—Prime New York Cheese, Pine
Apple, English Dairy and Sap Sago Cheese, just re
ceived this morning at SHLSLER & FRAZER'S.
SOMETHING New and amusing for ch
arert—The Flyingßirds, at
no2l hCHEFFEWS Bookstore, Han•isburg,P t
DEDUCTION IN PRICES.
konsi.F.R & PataEß,
Have made anotheCreduction in Prices on the leadin
articles of groceries. 430,28
VIRESH CRACKERS.—Boaton Wine Bid
1. Onita , Boston Milk Biscuits, Boston Butter Bis
cuits, Boston Oystor Crackers, Boston Finnic Crackers,
Trenton Butter Crekers, just received at
floygit do 110BilPigit.
NEW CURRENCY HOLDER at
tam SaitterFEWS Book Store
-- Web stex
PRICE THREE CENTS
Lit OA OS.
Efi rs ,..= .. • mituatassil
i~hiladelid and Erie Rail
rpHIS Great Line o tr a a - v d er . ses the Northern
and tiorthwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city
or Erie, on Lake Eric.
It has been Wetted by the Pa.snsyLvarrie Einar:tan Coe-
PANT, and Is operated by them
Its entire length was opened, for passenger and freight
business October 17, 1854.
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG.
Elmira Express Train
• Leave Westward
Elmira Express Train........
Passenger care run through on NM trains without
change both ways between Philadelphia and Erie, and
Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant sleeping cars oa Elmira Express trains both
ways between Willlampport, an9l!altimore.
For informatiori restiecting . tiaatinger brsluess apply at
the corner 30th and Market streets, Philadelphia: -
And for Freight business of the Conipany's agents:
S. B Kingston, Jr., corner 30th and Market. streets,
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
J. H. Drill, Agent NCR R, Baltimore. '
H. A. HUSTON,
General Freight Agent, Philad'a,
H. W. GWINNER,
General Ticket Agent, Philad'a: -
JOS. D POTTS,
oc2Odly General Manager, frilliarasport.
41' 13E1R LA ND VALLEY
FRAN k 1,1 N
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013.A.N0E OF norms. —on and after Mon
‘_/ day, October 31, DM, PassiiiiVr trains will run
daily, as follows, (Sundays excepted:)
CHANBIESBURG AND HAIUMBUDe:
Lea re Hagereatown ....
" Greencastle ....
• ILeave at. 4,
9.00 ' 1.28 8.30 12.58.
Newville .... ... ..... . 9.82 2.00
arrive at Harrisburg 730 1115 145
POE (THAMBERBBUEG AND HAGERBTOWN:
A..m. F.st. P.m.
Leave Harrisburg 8.05 L4O 416
" Mechanicsburg • 8.47 120_ • 4.50
" Carlisle 9.27 2.58 5.15
" Newville 10.02 3.84 --
" Shippeusburg 10.83 4.94
Charobersburg -- -
rrivo at 1100 .435
. Leave at 11.10 4.45
Leave Grooesstle .11.55 5.35
Arrive at Hagerstown 12.35 615
Or Making close connections at Harrisburg with train»
for Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg ; and with
trains for all points West.
la-Tho Train leaving Harrisburg at 4.15 r. is runs
only as far as Carlisle. a N. Lau., Apt.
R. R. Office, Ohambersburg, Oct. 31, 18644 y
WIN TER ARRANGEMENT,
NOVEMBER 7th, 1864,
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
NORTH and Northwest for Philadeiptita, New York,
Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, Easton 2 .llm.,&c.
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows
At 8.00 and 8.15 A. Or. and 1.48 P. at., stowing at New
York at 10.00 A It. and 2.45 and 10.00 P. N.
The above connect with similar Trains on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and Sleeping Cars accompany the first
two Trains without change.
Leave for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Minersville,
Allentown and Philadelphia at 8.15 A. ts. and 1.45 P. m.
stopping at Lebanon and principal Stations only.
Way Trains stopping at all points, at 7.25 A. m. and 4.40
P. M. Returning : Leave New York at 9.00 A. m., 12.60
noon, and 7.00 P. m Phladelphiaat 8.00 A. of. and 3.30.
r es.; Pottsville at 8.50 a.. M. and 2.35 P. Ar.•, Tamaqua at:
810 A. ne. and 215 P. At., and. Reading at 12.00 midnight,
7.35 and 10.45 A. m., 1.38 and 6.051..-tr.
Reading Accommodation Train Leaves Reading at
6 30 A. M., returning from Philade'phia at 4.30 P
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 6.40 and
11.00 A. ne. for Ephrata, Litiz, Columbia, d.c.
On Sundays : Leave New York at 700 P. or., Philadel
phia 315 P. M Pottsville 730 A. At, Tamaqua 700 a. or.,
Harrisburg 8 15 A. m., and Reading at 12 09 midnight, for
Oommutation, Mileage, SCUM, School, and Excursion
tickets to and from all points, at reduced rates.
Baggage checked through : 80 pounds allowed each
passenger. O. A. NIULILLS,
run Aral Sweartutendrnt.
Readiuk, Pa., November 3, 1864. no2l
Diaries Diaries !
ALARGE assortment of Diaries and Daily
Journals for the year 1865, for sale at Schaffer's
Bookstore, 21 South SecOnd street s Harrisburg, Pa
DEVISE LARD.—Fifty firkins fine kettle
rendered LARD, for sale by the firkin- or pound, jut
(waived at , 13081 BOY= k KORRPRR.
Neutral Sulphite of Lime,
FOR PRESERVING CEDER.
WE ARE selling the very best article of
the kind, prepared according to directions of E.
aorsford, Professor of Chemistry, Howard Univer
sity. It is perfectly reliable and free from impurities.
Directions accompany each package.
SELLER'S Drug and Fancy Goods Store, No. 91 Mar
ket street, Harrisburg. oc2o
QAl' SAGO, English Dairy, Pine Apple, Nut
A 7 inn and New York State Cheese, Just received at
SHISLER i FRAZKR,
mgt, successors to W Dock, Tr., & Co.
MINCED • MEAT received fresh - every
week from the celebrated manufacturer, Atmore
Philadelphia, at BOYER er BEAVER'S.
toj 'A new invoice of tine salt salmon, just received
and Tor sale by SHISLER t FRAZER' ,
sept2B • (successor to W. Dock & Co.)
HARRISBURG NATIONAL BANN,
December 10, lE* 1
THE annual election for thirteen directors
of this lMnk will be held, es required by the national
currency act, on Tuesday, the 10th day of January next,
at the banking house, between the hours of 1 oa..as, and
3 Y. u. J. W. WHIR,
TOMATO CATSIJP—By the gallon, quart
and pint, Ju-t received at
MWM GRAY & Co.,
' P M° Lochman's old stand,Market Square.)
A7 - 21NIZER JUMPERS, WHEELBARROWS
1. and ehildren'sVagoes, bought expressly to meet
the present demands, at BOYER & KOERPER'S.
1191PITOKIVECEAT FLOUR.—A fresh supply
of Towanda- BuckwheaL fresh ground Corn Meal,
extra family Flour, by the libL or bag, every package
warranted and delivered to all parts of the city free of
charge, at BOYER & RERPERT.
11:45 P X
12:35 A ic
2:30 A. 12
1:46 P N
X. P. M.
.. . . 7.37 3.36
6.80 10.10 2.46
7.00 10 44 8.16
STEAM PRIAING ESTAILISMIENT.
AbVEKTLqING RATIM-DEdLY TELEGRAPH.
The following are the rates for advertising In the TELE:-
anane. Those having advertising to do will [bid it eon-
Tellkll for reference•
*4 - Fear lines .r 1e25 aaaancuto c¢_-Cell aqunre.
,Jr ritOre than retV, atsl a zaitl:Lne..
Fox A 11.A.F 34 . - CAltk. FOX OXE SC/Owl:a.
30 Oao !ay tit)
rwt, . . . r 1 Tpu - - 100
Three day 5.... ....
One week 1 25
One month 3 00
Two months. 4 60
Three m0nth5....... 6 50
Sin months .. S 00
One 7:ear ..... —l5 00
,Auditor's Notices 1 50
funeral Notices, each insertion 50
oir Business notices inserted in the Local Column, or
before Marriages and Deaths, EIGHT CENTS PER LINE for
hr ,e 5...
From the 201st Regiment.
CAMP SLOUGH, WEST ALEXANDRL4., VA.,
December 21, 1864.
EDITOR TenEoairu—Dear Sir:—This morn
ing at 4 o'clock, a few minutes before we left
our post of duty on Duke street, a drizzling
rain commenced falling; and, half, an hour
later, we were treated to a profusion of sleet
and snow, which lasted till 12 is., covering
the ground to the depth of an inch or more.
0, what a prospect for another mortar-bed
around camp, and on the streets, in a day or
so! The top or "bonnet" of our funnel-shaped
Sibley was non est—could not be found at all
and so we gathered round our two stoves,
(which stand so Blosely together as a pair of
simese-twins for want of room, you know!)
trying to keep comfortable, while the tiny
drops of frozen rain, clear as crystal, fell over
and around us in profusion. Notwithstand
ing friend Musser's effort to keep up
steam - in the old "tobacco-box" (the ob
long-shaped, worn-ont, sheet-iron affair which
cost us 50 cents) and Sergeant Ditty's doing
his best with "Humbug," extra ten-plate,
(price $4,) we could not raise 'the spirit of
mischief that falls upon us at almost any
other time, (when not needed,) to drive ennui
and despondency away! We stood around
the pair of stoves in question, with shrugged
shoulders, and elongated faces, much in
the position of goslins in a rain -storm, until
our friend and fellow soldier, Sergeant M—
dropped into our she-bang, and dis
pelled the gloom and fog that had made us
crabbed and out-of-sorts for a full hour
before. M yis as full of fun and phi
losophy, and sound practical sense, as any
man in the regiment; and he was scarcely
seated on the rude bench we proffered him
before a streak of sunshine was diffused in our
circle, and everybody found themselves in
tip-top spirits. Ditty tuned the instrument—
(the Sergeant, by the way, is a first-rate vio
linist)—and our friend P—, who, I am
sorry to say, is "sad at heart" on the receipt
of painful news from home—nevertheless
gave us an accompaniment on his guitar, while
the two brothers Musser, Krider, Professor
N—ls, and your correspondent, furnished
the vocal music to the favorite air and words
of "The Star Spangled Banner," and "Home,
Sweet, Sweet Home!" We were in a dilemma,
however, before the concert began. Friend
Mowry said he could not think of giving us
instructions unless we furnished the notes for
practice. He always performed by note—it
was the proper way to instruct pupils in vocal
music. Fortunately Sergeant Musser had a
"played out" $5 note on the Towanda Bank,
which answered the purpose admirably.—
Using a stock of timothy for a baton. and lay
ing the defunct "promise to pay" on the palm
of his band, the Professor opened the concert,
and, verily, dear reader, before "Home, Sweet
Home," was half executed, we were truthfully
"Music hath charms to soothe a savage
To rend a rock or split a cabbage."
Thank you, friend N—s. Your pleasant
familiar countenance is always welcome in our
midst. It was particularly so this dreary
morning—and there has been a reign of good
feeling, like a ray of sunshine, about our she
bang ever since you took your leave and bid
us good morning.
Rev. James Colder and son, of HarrisbUrg,
paid our camp a visit yesterday. The Rev.
gentleman was joyfully received by the old
members of his congregation, and by the rest
of his numerous Harrisburg friends, who
spent several hours in social converse with
their old friend and pastor. Rev. Colder left
in the 4 o'clock P. ar. boat for Washington.
We regret exceedingly that a visit to one of
our friends outside of camp deprived us from
shaking hands with the Rev. gentleman.
One of the United States cattle-herders,
who passes our post daily, insists that among
cattle, as well as men, there is a good and en
evil disposition, and he proves his theory
thus: "A whole herd, together, at times, can
be managed almost by one man. But yester
day we got a new lot, and among them a little,
insignificant, spotted steer, that had the
d--1 in him as large a Behemoth! We
brought him from the train to the stock-cor
ral, and when one of the men turned to go
out, with his pole or goad in hand, the little
rascal made a furious charge at him—the man
jumping aside with the adroitness of a mounte
bank, and the spotted steer, striking a large
post with such force as to fracture his skull.
The animal was immediately taken in hand by
the butcher and slaughtered, to preient its
bleeding to death; Two days previous the
herders had a stubborn customer to manage.
The bullock was frightened while being driven
through the streets, and took refuge in a pro
vision store, from which place he could not
be forced until a rope was procured, and with
a yoke of oxen the animal was pulled into the
street, and slaughtered at once, to prevent
A number of active members of the "Hope
Engine Company," now attached to the 201st
regiment, are anxious to know whether the
new steamer has yet made its appearance,
and how the monster operates. A line from
their old friend, the ex-Mayor and President
of the company, would be cheerfully read,
stating the affairs of their favorite Old Com
pany. Will the respected chief officer of the
•Hope" please inform the "Rivers" attached
to the 201st of the operations of their old
friends now running the institution ?
The party sent from Camp Slough, two
days ago, in charge of Lieut. J. R. Snow, com
manding, for the purpose of escorting a party
of prisoners to City Point, returned to camp
this r. M., well pleased with the trip.
Captain Fisher, Provost Judge, has disposed
of the following cases for the last two days.
It will be seen that the subjects of Ring Alco
hol are getting themselves into hot water,
daily, notwithstanding the fate of some of
their fellow citizens, arrested and punished
for the same offence, but a few days since:
Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Maloney, two Irish
women, charged with the smuggling of pizen,
were ordered to be sent to the slave pen, 30
days each, and to be chaperoned out of the
city, at the expiration of said time.
Richard M'Sherry, charged with selling
fire water, was fined $5O.
Bridget and Johanna Burke, two Irish wo
men, for harboring deserters, were provided
with the "comforts of a home," in the slave
pen, for one month each.
Jan Morrow, for selling corn-juice, was
fined to the tune of $OO.
Bridget Pendergrast, for harboring citizen
in ;Crude Sam's clothing and keeping a dis
orderly crib, was furnished with a permit:
the slave pen for lit days.
Nothing new in camp. Boys all in gooc
spirits. More anon. A. 8, B.
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