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BY GEORGE ItERGN E fe,
OFFICE THIPD S"., NEAR WALNUT
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NEW AD VERMEIII.E.NTa
HOLIDAY GOODS !
EN eamNif.haroz AT
HE LL s
DRUG AND FANOY GOODS STORE,
No. 91 MARKET BURET.
WE are happy in presenting to our pa-
Woos again this season,. an entire new stook of
Fancy Goods for the holidays, fresh from the hands of
importers, and at prices astonishingly low for the times.
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
_ _ _
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOB A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
WE HAVE GIFTS SUITABLE FOR A
Appropriate to All.
In addition to our Fpeclal r A NCY GOO. S, we have the
uanal large stork or TOILE,T ARTICILVS and PERMIE
BY, which' remains unrivaled in thla city.
Our French confections are unsurpasked in quality, and
will give entire satisfaction.
D.rn't fail to go to Seller's. lon will there fled
the piost beautiful display of line goods, and the
greatest variety 3et off-red in this city. It would be
vain to atte npt to number or describe them; they must,
be seen. Call. it is our business to show goods; yours'
to buy, if you see proper.
Competition Is the life of trade, and we enter the meia
with pleasure, det Trained to act our part well. Please
Notice, that we are offering come goods cheaper, in reality
tbb :l4 former gold prices, and if you want bargains, go at
KELLY R'S DRUG AND FANCY GOODS
A Fi ne Assortment of Jewelry
Ex p l ossLy FOR
GEO. W, M'CA. LLA,
NO. 38 MMIII:ST STIOIET, HA:4113217EG,
Has now the finest, best selected and most u:"Orabie seiec"
lion of Jewelry ever brought to Harrisburg, which be
wit sell at prices to suit the rimes. Toe stock e l ub r aces ,
in pa t, the ful owing articles :
Gold and si.ver watches.
Fine coral, topaz, amethyst, pearl, onyzand gold setts'Ot
Fine diamond, carbuncle and seal rings.
Gutta-percha pens and pencils, tooth picks, &c.
Geld and silver chains.
God and silver thimbles
lockets and sleeve buttons. •
?ins and ear-rings of all descriptions.
Silver and plated ware.
Silver tea and table spoons.
Sugar and preserve spoons, berry dishes, butter knives
stud frail knives.
Breakfast and dinner cantors.
Syrup pitchers, cake baskets and salt stands.
Mildrea's cups, goblets and call bolls. •
Fancy bronzed mantle ornaments.'
P,ated spoons and forks.
And an extensive assortment of floe clocks.
I* -- Ladies and geUtloll2olll to much of presents for the
Intiiidays, wit cc welt to e %ammo tuts stock, before pur
chasing elsewhere. •
-Allgoocis warranted as represented when sold.
Knoche's Music Store,
93 Market Street.
PIANOS, Cabinet Ozipens and Me"'ado:ins.
Plano Ftools and Covers.
Guitars., lint Violins, etc.
Musical Works of all descriptions.
Portftillos f,r Sheet Music.
Sheet Music, the latest and most popular publications]
Engravings, Paintings, Photographs
Oval and square gut Walnut and Rosewood Frames.
Albums the !erg- st and best assortment in thei city.
Call and examine the mock of the largest JO* Store
this side of the great °hies. W. KNOCRE,
decti-tjanl • 93 Market; street.
NO PIANO IS COMPLETE WITHOUT
Copies of the Following Elegant Works:
"THE HOME C ROLE" A collection of iitarehes,
Waltzes, Polkas, Schotthches, Redowas Quadrilles,
tm Dances, Four Haud Pierce and Piano Gems. 2 Nola. i
"THE sit , .wto. GP PEA- LS." a colhaion. of choice
Duets, wth Piano Accompaniments. HE sli.yEßi
lavitc, , a collection of Songs, Ballads, Qtatriets, Duets,
with Piano Accompaniments. OPEKATke
die " w,t a col action or Ge ma from the Best OPeras,
PEARL. Accompaniments. t rice of each, plain,
with Piam. ag 00; Fu I gilt, $4 00. Mailed post paid
$2 50; C oth, ouvhs orTocei & co, Publishers,
cn receipt or prim. -t soeton. dec2o-tic
277 Washington stmt.
SHAFFER & BROTHER
AND MAIMS IN
WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, ".
Market Square, Ilairrisburg,
TO NERVOUS M U F FFIi.ZR
AGENTLEMAN, cured of :Nervous De,
biloy, Ineempotency, Premature Decay, ant Tenth
tut Error, actuated i y a desire trx - benefit. others, will be
happy to lurntat to att why need it. (free of charge,) the
receive and directicas for niaatug the simple remedy used
in his case. Sufferers wishing to.protit by the advertiser's
bad experience, and some a a sure and valuable remedy,
can do so by addressing him .1 once at his plitce of, busi
ness. The Recipe and fill informs ion—of vhal
Lance—will o dwell tuly sift by return mall,
Address .. JOHN- B. eGBEN,
No. eh? Nissan street, New, York,
P. B.—Nervons sufferers of both sexes will find this
inTormation invaluable. no29.daw3rn
FOR.I tE3 O. .
&LARGE assortmnt of. Diaries and Daily
Journa4 for the year nub, for sale at Schaffer's
tore, 91South Second atreet, Harrisburg, Pa.
s b. 'I" 54130, English Dairy, Pine APple, Nut.
Vg ana u m }fork State Cheese, just received at
. ,• Frrfli*R i FRAZER,
momartora to W Dock, Jr., & Ca. '
rhvoiND hi)::,,, I s ' 'waived fresh eery
• week Own the celebl" 4 " maltuf4oWrert Atmore
algae, at - 'WYSS & i...Eitry,s , S.
deoll . ... ,
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December 10, -.. ,clots
animal • elloOtion for thirteen Gi ft s. , -- •liil
Tof this bank will beheld, u required by +he natio.. • "
currency ant, on Tue aday, the 10th day of Janus-ir'neat, '
aa the banking house, between the howl of 1 U.S. Bt. ijoji
3p. ic. T. W. Watt, • .
deolO•te • Dathier. - 1
"NATIONAL I-101JSE RESTAIMANT.
T HAVE ra-tlikei and opened the .abeve
Ilaateti restaurant .where all the delicacies lef the
serum will be served up such as Oysters, Game, , Tens
es, &o. The public are man ratpactialiy Invited to eau.
Foaled auppdad with .system. A. J WAKE lELD.
13.—F.se lunch given every day frost 10,ij te.wg
15pitjaPY PSACHES, Spioed and Pibkled
Oysters, Just reasivad at WK. M. GUM as VA;
Mow ortilLoOhman , a old stand, Market steam
T ia tit 's'
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BY GEORGE BERGNER
FEMALE REG , FiLATOR
CERTAIN AND. SAFB.
Fbr the Removal' of Obstruction's and the insurance
of . Regidarity in the Recurrence of the ,
IrarThey cure or'obviat e those ne meroue disease.e that
spring from Irregularity, by removing the irregularity
:46—They cure Suppressed, rareesstie and Painful Men
—They cure Green Sicknewi (Ctilorrisis.)_ '
Sir They `OOlll Nervous and Spinal Affeetions, pains in
the back lower .partirof thb body, Hairiness, Fatigue
on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Lowness of
Spirits; Hysteria, Sick Headache, %Mines; &e ., dm.
a word, by removing - the firegilarity, they remove the
mite, and•with it am, the effects that spring from it
/girComposed or, simple vegetably Mrtraers, they con
tain nothing 'deleterious to any constitution, rmwever
delicate, their ftinction being to substitute strength for
weakness, which, when properly used, they never fail to
Tam rixas}*7.6 NIPS* arm xmovrs TO FAIL WHERE
THE DialeTfuNEl AEA 'yrELL'OBSSICTED.
laren letterafseearing.informatlon advicg will be
premptly,freely, and discreetly. answered.
, Fell.aloblions accompanying each box.
Air Price $1 per box, or six boxes for $5.
acip.Seht, by mati4 free of postage, on receipt of price.
jar Pariapidets sent by mad, Imo ef . .. postage, by *
Da. W. It. iii&KWIN & CO.,
nol6-decd-4m No. 63 Liberty street, New York.
D R WRIGHT'S
Oa, ESSENCE OF LIFE.
Prepared from Pure Vegetable Extracts, containing no
thing Injurious to the most delicate.
"As the Phenix rises from the ashes of Its fire, ani
mates with new life"—so does this Elixir rejuvenate the
system-and-overcome disease.. . •
sfig- The Rejuvenming Elixir le the result of modern
discoveries in the vegetable kingdom, being an entirely
new and abstract method of cure, irrespective of all the
old and worn-out systeins,. . : •
rrir This medicine has been tested by the, most-,..enli
nent medical men of the day and by them pronbuncell
to be one of the greatest medical discoveries of the age.
ifir.One hotdewilt cure General Debility.
air A few - doses CSre Hysteria' in females. _
One bottle cures. Palpitation of the Heart.
'Er Frbin'one to' three bottles restore the manliness
and:full :Srlgor of youth; • •
Sir A. few doses restore.the appetite.
sir Three bottles cure the worst muloof Impotenck.
Afewdoses cure the low spirited.
mgr. One battle restores mental power.
for A few d see restore the organs of;
Aar A few doses bring the rose to thechebk.
sir This medicine restores to manly 'vigor and robust
health the prior ; debilitated Warn-clown and despairing.
—The listless ehervAed youtti,.the iiver-tSsked man
of business,' the victim of nervous depression, 'the
suffering from general debility, or from weakness
of a single organ, will all find immediate and perinanent
relief 4w the use of this Elixir or Essencs of Life. •
'r . ,`sl/ $2 per bottle, or three bottles for sb, and
forwarded 1:7 Press,. on receipt or money, to any
TRE CREIWKEE PILLS and REJUVENATING
ELLaIR are sold by all enterprising druggists in the civil
ized world. Some unprincipled dealers, however, :; try to
sell wordless compounds in • place these;; thilSo which
they can purchase at a cheap price, and make more mo
ney by selling than they _can on these medicines, As you
value your health•L-'ay, she health' of your inters off
spring—do not be deceived by such, unprincipled drug•
its,. ask for these medicines and take no other: If .the
'druggist will not buy them for you, inclose the - money in
a letter, and welsh! send them to you by Rapress, se
curely sealed and packed, tree 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 491gre . in mite
or female. Patients need not hesitate because of tteeir
inability to visit us, as we have treated patients success
fully in ell portions of the civilized, globe, by correspond
Patients addressing us will please state plainly all the
symptoms of their complaints, and write post office,
county, State, and name of writer, plain, and Inclose
poluagestainp, for reply.
We send our-32-page Pamphlet free to any address,—
Address all letters to the Proprietors, •
nols-deort4in No. f 3 111)041y street, New York
THE LONG LOOKED FOE HAS COKE!
"HEALTH AND EULTIVOILS TO TER SONS AND D.IIOOIITERS OT
SYRUP OF ROOTS,
itisilC.B.lkl) . SEPais,
:FOlithe cure of Coughs, Colds,Sore Throat,
.Cron'', Bronchitis, Asthma, and all similar corn-
- - The object or this Medicine is to soothe and ease the
cough ; to dissolve the Congealed phlegm that adheres',
and sticks to thoproat, which excites hacking; hawking,
andcougliihgl_ to relieve tlie. irritation in the
which is Moducedhy catching cold on the slightest' ex-:
posule. It expectorates the diseased matter thathas ac
cumulated in thelungs which retards,tpiff. oppresses,,the
, : respirsdory or ht Salhing organs,. nourtshin; • the,
Jungi s„d briiiictdat into* • t 't
ThIS Meilioine gives tone to the'Strivittatit punites slid
circulates the blood, which causes oppression of the
chest and difficulty in breathing.
Good News for Mothers and Ohddien.—liere is the
sufferer's balm ; keep it in your Madly, sickness conies,
as thief in the night, and your child is suffocated .by the:
meet diseise, Croup, or sindlar com Plaints. Item As a
preventative—it is nature's friend.
These Medicines are prepared and sold by
Indian Medicine Man, near the corner of Third street and'
klgrawburn"4l ma i p ni i tors
4eo fp! " BOXGARDNY'at
t 4l ogf
~.f Lo uirl .eit;;mu ld 'd i tarm settk et, 8 (0 P - ee
l:I L% HifrllsPurg•
All orders s.
A FEW MORE COPLO of the •
RULES FOR REGULATING THE PBAOTITHE THE
SUPREME WORT AND COURTS(. 4
Composed of Dauphin: and 'Lebanon counties. Price
$3 50, For sale at Scheffer's Bookstore, liarrisburd, Pa.
:Far aide a 4:: , ._ (decl2-dlfl . ..JOHN WISE'S.
VVAESE--ClhOtOe new - Cd'Oli Cheese, just
received at . SHlSlinat. kiFIVILZERL
a '-';i ''
4 . .' ''' ..
: -.' v# i! a1 • PT" ' l7r ' i r " a
VALENTLL RAISINS, a new invoice, at .
apt - • .SaISLER 6i Fitif,ZER,S.
XTUTS.—Ahnortds, Cream Nuts, Chestnuts,
_LI English walnuts, russets map. walnuts, et
de da_du• , . JOHN WISE'S.
NEW GAME FOE CHILDREN.
GAME OF SOUTADIE, together with an
assortment et other Games,A Schaffer's Bookstore.
21 South Sahara street. AarrishaiM Pe. ocil
Witt FLOUR sind ' 00b Is
V YELL always on hand, of the best quality, at
BOYER & SOERFEII„.
KETSUP, by the gallon, .quart or
OMN. • taeelved at II: M. GRAY t 30 . -,
Platt in" old stand, Market square.)
dectB vi lot l if Apples and J. "D
REuairED, a gm. wia.4
.pq - 4 0 ; at . • Thirsll4okWathlut
?•ettr 2, •_. • • „ At
riviE.I4ItGEBT and beet
1 eaten In the ally,- op)* bial at attEWS
ocOir „ Wig.= 84.4 1 -
rumor) FRUlTS.—Peaches, Bliekbeti.
%,/ Musson *cote, at (04344 NM wikum
T•Hr' V NION
HARRISBURG, PA., THIJIISDIA EVENINt4., DECEMBER 29, 1864
ME DP !tt
A Cure Warranted.
Dyspepsia has the folknoing Symptoms:
Ist. A constant pain or uneasiness at the
pit of the stomach.
2d. Flatulence and Acidity.
3d. Costiveness and Loss .of Appetite.
:,.4th: Gloom and Depression of Spirits.
6th. Pais in all parts of the System.
7th: Consumptive Symptoms and Palpita
tion of the Heart:
Bth. Cough, with Phlegm in the Throat.
9th. Nervous Affection, and want of Sleep
at night. •
10th. Loss of Appetite and Vomiting.
11th. Dizziness, Dimness of Vision, and
Loss of sight.
12th. Headache and Staggering in walking,
with great weakness.
Out of the thousands.of cases of Dyspepsia
that h'averuied Dr. Wishart's Great American
Dyspepsia Pills, not one of them has failed
of, a perfect cure. 'We warrant a ours in every
case,'no -matter if of twenty years' standing.
Sold by all-druggists everywhere, and at Dr.
Wishart's office, No. 10 N. Second street,
Philadelphia, Pa. All examinations and con
sultations free of charge. Send for a °frau
ler. Price $1 per box. Sent by mail, free of
charge, on receipt of money.
DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA.
Eravmawrn BBANSON, of Brandywine,
Dd., formerly of. Old Chester, Del., do certify
that, for one year and a half I suffered every
thing but death.from that awful disease called
Dyspepsia. My whole system was prostrated
with weakness and nervous debility; I could
not digest my load; if I ate even a cracker or
the smallest amount of food, it would return
just as I swallovied it; I became so costive in
my bowels that I would not have a passage in
less than from four and often eight days; un
derihis„ immense suffering, my mind seemed
entirely to give way. I had a dreadful horror
and evil forebodings. I thought everybody
hated me, and I hated everybody; Leonid not
bear my husband nor myown children,
thing appeared to be horror-stricken to me;
Iliad no anthition to, do anything; I lost all
my love of fatuity and home; I would ramble
and wander from place to place, but could not
be contented; .1. 'felt• that I'-was doomed to
hell, and that there-was no heaven for me,
and was- often tempted to commit suicide,
so near was my whole nervous system de ,
strayed, and also my mind from that awful
complaint, Dyspepsia, that my friends thought
best to have me placed in Dr Kirkbride's
hOspital, West Philadelphia; I remained
there nine Weeks, and thought I was a little
better, but in a few days my dreadful com
plaint was raging as bad as ever. • Hearing of
the wonderful cures peiforraed by Dr. Wis
hart'ntireat, Ainerican Dyspepsia' Pills and
his -tiestraent for :Dyspepsia, my. husband
tailed-en Dr. Wiebart and stated my case to
him. Se: said he had ilia dinibthe-unzthßinie
me. So in three 'days after I called and plaoed
myself under the Doctor's treatinent and in
two weeks I began to digest my fook and felt
that my disease was fast giving way, and I
eontinued•to recover for alvut three Months,
and at the present time I enjoy perfect health
of body and Wind, and Imost =barely return
my thanks to a merciful God and Dr. Wis
hart, and to his great American Dyspepsia
Pills and Pine Tree Tar Cordial that Saved me
from an'lnsane Asylum and premature gray&
PM persons- suffering- with Dyspepsia are at
liberty to tell on me or write, as I am-Willing
Ito do all ihe good I can, for 'suffering hu
manity. ATAZAIIETE rolutrisoN;
Brandywine, Doti forreerly of Old Chester,
Delaware courity,:Pa. '1
Wniu.tirr's Office, No. 10 North Second
street, - Philadelphia. •
. DYSPEPSIA! DYSPEPSIA •
Ds Wituilarl hive- been 'IP-constant . sutferer with
Dyipeptia for the las t eighteen years, during which time
I cannot Bay ler_er entered a_Perhotily wellday, There
were Unica when the sympluno were more aggravated
than at Others, and thsaltneented would he it greet re
lief to ' Thad at all- thoestruvrininerieint feeling in my.
head; but latterly_ my mutterings:so :much increased that
tiotorite almost unfit for imam= of any hind my mind
:was.i ontlaualy filled „tFitli gloomy thoughts . and fore
bectiOgs, and if I 'atterapusdlo change their current by
reading, at once a sensation of icy coldness in Connection
With a dead weigh!, as it were, rested upon'lily bruin;
sloe, -a reeling of sickness would occur at the stomach, sod
.great pain to my eyes, accompanied with which was the
Continual "lbar of losing my'reason. I also experienced
lassitude, debility-and nervonmoss, which made it
dillicultte walk by dey.•or sleep at night. I became
averse to Society, and .disioseuti. only to seclusion, and
having tried the skill iit's number' of 'eminent' phytiaUtis
of various schools, finally comb to the conclusion that; for
this disease( at my present: age (46 years) there Weenie cure
JetOVetellt??. • 'huts' -threuBh • the Mauference- af Divine
yretrid.euee p .l.o whom . ' devoutly M`fervaY thatkay I at last.
'fondi'soveieign remedy in your Dyspepsia Pills _and
Tai Cordial; whichiseercu-sorhavis ethicintally removed at.
lastAreoe,ef -my Joug,list of ailments and bad
feelings, and la khalrioV*ol,ealth.„ AMMO and content.
agent are ray everyday ccuripardona • : .
• '4A10,13 M IikUNDERS, •
• • . No..4sBltortir Second street, Philadelphia,
Dr. WitiDart's 0111, No. 10 North Second street, Phila.
A POSITIVE CURE got, DYSPEPSIA.
amen wain. yR Ramis: ItAii4:6oll. WEL
N, t Inn fritvearanar,
Philadelphia, January 22d, Min
w i aiwer—gire-Llt is 'With much pleasure that I
am now able toinform:you that, by the use of your great
]Americao Dyspepsia Pills, I have been entirely cured of
that Most distressing cemptaint, Dyipersht. I had been
grieviouely afflicted for the last twenty-eight years, and
to: ten years of that time have not been free -from its
path one.week at a time; I have:had it inits worst form
and have dragged on a mostiniserable existerozi—in pain
day and night. Every kind of food that I ate filled me
with wind and pain, it mattered not how light, or how
amail the quantity. A continued belching was sure to
follow I had no appetite for any kinds, of rotate what.
evairand my distrera was soiriat for several months a be
fore 1 heard of ycitr , Pills, that I frequently wished for
death. had taken .everytbinit that I had heard of for
syspeiala, without receiving any benefit; but on your
Pills being reeolnietteded to me by one .who had tp4mi
ha dcure by them, I concluded*/ give thani a trial, although
no faith in them. To my astonishment, I found
myself gettiog better before I had taken one-fourth of a
box, and after taking ; halt hoc, I act well WM, and
cess - att anyOuro wit alit enjo y , bgarif meal three
timee a day, U
without convenience from anything I Oat
or drink. , you , th ink proper, you are at liberty to make
this public and refer to ma. I will cheerfully give all de
sirable information to any one who amy Osll of me,
Yours, reap/dro ll y, JOll/4 11. BABCOCK
,Por sale at Dr. Wishairt , s Medical Depot, No. 10 North
Second street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price One Dollar per
box. Sent by mail,. free of charge, on reoeipt price.
DYSPEPSIA I? DYSPEPSIA!
Samuel D. Halei3l2 have 'been a "great sufferer •
I, ref with
Chronic Dyspepsia mid Inflammation of the Kidneys for
three years. I employed thfee or four of ttile most•erul
n entphysfelaus of Vallee ifddlt, .alse Btifilnkton County
N. 3. They did all for inti they could, but. all to , no pur.
pose, I was constantly Idled . with iced pain and -dis
tress, and with constant belching of Wind and sour aoid.
Ny tongue was,covered•with' a white coating of mucus
until.,it cracked in large TIMMS, and was , dreadfully
sore! Ohl I ofttimes wished for death to relieve me of ,
my sufferings,. or I nal - tosiail - hcoe of "'ever being well
woad &met me to , someAysician or medicine tbs.
thld to read an advertisement of
pr: Vitenar,isknAhitliiidehilate: Laser, or a Oat core
node apoieltedtilin Babcock, of Qitv:e rattle" Thins.
deals, by the goo Automat Dynevsie went
to Wmp Doctor's ow** oil placed myietc undo Veal-
-N o W A N 1.3 I , 0 R i 471 V E ."
went, anti told him if he failed to cure me, it would lee the
lasteffort I would make. 'lt has boon six weeks since
commenced "the use of his medicine, and Lam now a well
man, free from:all pain and dfatrcas, and can oat three
hearty meals a day With 'comfort, and feel perfectly well.
Dr. Wishart, I want you to publish my case, as I want
every poor dyspeptic, suffering as I was, to call on me, and
I wilttell them of the great curs I have received from
your invaluable medicine. SAMUEL D. HAVEN.
Corner Venango and Lambert streets near Richmond
Street, formerly from Wrightstown, Burlington county,
N J. .
The above are irfew among the thousands which this
greatremody has saved from an untimely grave. -
We have thousands of letters from physicians and drug.
gists who have presoritiod and sold the Tar Cordial, saying
that they hive never used Cr sold a medical which gave
such universal satisfaction. •
Propared only by the proprietor,
HR. L Q. C. WiSHART,
No. 10,North Second sreet, Philittlelphia,Pa.
'Sold" by Dniggikili everywhere ' Brnio.l3-0"4-d&sg
NE W Al) V ERTISEME N TS.
a. Grand Exhibition
OITAKEL & BRO7S
Eiritg n.ild Fancy
THE following are "some of the articleiC to
be obtained, appropriate to the season :
Bohemian Glass Vases. Flower Stands.
" T.ollet Bottles. 'Wm. h Stand s. Cigar S_tand.s. Match. Stands.
Cigar Ash Stands -Reading and Rook - Stands
Fancy Fats. • Finci Riding Whips.
Card ( - safe, pearl
'leather. . ' Cut Glass Colognes.
• • LEA.THER GOODS.
Dressing Cases. Shalr . ng Cases.
tidies' Companions. Ladies' Satchels.
Cabs - Satchels. Portefolios.
• TOILET ARTICLES
Powder - Putt Boxes. Hand Mirrors.
Sachets. Burnett's Toilet Pelts
Writing Cases. Sewing Cases. .
Cavalry Cases. ratios.
Leather and Wicker Pocket Mirrors.
Flasks. Money Belts
Mather, Metal and Gum
Wooden Puzzles. Fancy Boxes.
Meerschaum Pipes. Work Boxes.
Brier Pines. • Box of Cigars.
Pocket Knioct. Loather aad Gum Balls
Fine Razors. Fine Donainoes.
Diaries for 1865. Thermometers.
,AlBO. a groat variety of Lava Ware,
all of which can bo
had at " KIINICAL gic 'SRO'S DRUG non,
dec7tf No. 118 MARKET STREET, HARRISBURG.
The undersigned, having lately purchased
the • "
proPerty, has already comnieneed such alter
ations and improvements as will render this,
OLD 41 POPULAR HOUSi
equal, if not superior, to any Hotel in tyre
city of Harrisburg. GEO. J. BOLTON.
T BEAST:TRY DEPARTMENT.
OPINS OP CONPTHOLLER OP THE CI7IIIMOY,
, • .„ WASIZLNGTON, Nov. 21, 1864 j
Whereas, by Satisfactory evident* presented to the
undersigned, it has been Made appear that the
HARRIsBURO NATIONAL BANE, in the City of Har
risburg, in the County Dauphtn, and State or Penn=
sylvama, has been duly organized under and according
to the requirements of the act' of Congress, entitled "An
Act to provide a National Currency, central by a pledge
of United States toads, and to provide for the circulation
and redemption thereof ,V approved June 3, 1864, and has
complied with all the provisions of Paid act required to
be complied with be:ore conunoncing the business of bank
ing under said act: -
Norv,..zherefore, SAMUEL T. HOWARD, Deputy
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
Ilarriiburg National Bank,in the City of Harrisburg, in the
county of Dauphin, and State of I'eansylvarita; is author
lard to commence the business of banking Wilder the act
In testimony whereof, witness
,my hand and aeal of
°Mee this twehty4lratday of'Noveniber, i 864.
- • . . •
} . .-
, y .. . - 24.ttUEL, T. )IUWARD,
SSAL. , Deput Coroptroder of-the Currency.
Dr: L€timpe' hierb Salve,
lICFAS proved the most effective cure of
RIIEUMAUP GOITT, has proyeA.tha best remedy
Of Animating and Strengthening the lterVeS of Ladies af-
/las proved the Lest salve fur
DRAWING BAD MATTER AND HEALING
An infallible remedy against Cramp in the Stomach,
Indigestion, Cholera,, Diarrhea , Giddiness,., : Vomiting,
Headache, Palpitation of the Heart, Epilepsy, Asthma,
Piles, Cold Fever, &c., &D.
Pelee $1 per bottle. Six bottles for $5.
D. FR. TAMlTs_Goalar, Kingdom Hanover, is the in
ventor of the most wonderful cure ever known. Ho
commenced his practice twenty years ago by only TOOOl4-
134 such patients an' had been considered Incurable by
their physicianu After taking his medicines, and sub
jetting themselves to his treatment, they regained thei
former vigor and good health, and
THOUSANDS OF LIVES HAVE BEEN SAVED BY HIS
TIM Darns or Dr. Fr, Lampe soon becaloe the most re
nowned of European doctors. Hundreds of thousands
of sufferers have availed themselves -of his wonderful
medicine and got relieved.
Imported by Dr. WITS' CH & C0.;48a Broadway, N. Y.
For sale in Harrisburg by D. W. GROSS & CO., T. M.
BOMGABDNII,R, and LOTUS' WYSTIL (ooladoawlyi •
FSugar Cured Hams and Dried Beef,
inaC reaelved W)L M GRAY Si CO.,
- (Omar and Loohman's old stand, Market sqlnirej
ASKETS, BASKETS, in great varioty
SELMER A: FRAZER.,
1027 Succesecte to W. Dock, Jr.. &
HAVANA. ORANGES.—Fine Havana. Or
anges, by the dozen or single, just received at
WM_ ht. GRAY & CO.,
(Houser and Looltraan's old stand, Market square.
-BAGS I RAGS 1 1 RAGS 111
F IVE - V cents per lb. cash paid for good mixed
Flag SCREFFEB'S Bookstore,
sept 26 21 South Second street. Harrisburg. Penna.
• • orb} F. JOHNSON, • -
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ornoz No. 23, Boras Szcoato SnoRET.
Legal bealma and Gammas promptly attended to.
for sale &any giantlike, at
• . _ BOYER & KEEPER'S
&aka No. 8 Market square.
'NO. 118 MAWMT STNNICT
Price $1 por bottle. Six bottles for $5.
Dr Lampe's Universal Herb Elixir,
PRICE THREE CENTS
From the 201st 11egiment.
CAMP SLOUGH, WEST ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Thursday Evening, Dec. 22, 1864.
EDITOR TELEGRPH—Dear have been
abroad to-day, and replenished my note-book
to some purpose. I paid a visit to the "Mount
Cameron Reservoir and Water Works," "and*
the superintendence of Daniel V. Lewis,
Esq., amintelligent, clever, gentlemanly and
communicative citizen of Alexandria. The
water-works in question are built precisely
on the same principle as those at Harris
burg, and are about the same capacity,
and cost $1.00,0.00. - ,They were erected, Mr.
Lewis informed me, in the year 1851,
under the supervision (Sof Frederick Erdman,
Esq., of Philadelphia, the same engineer that
constructed the works at Harrisburg. It made
me feel a trifle proud to learn of friend Lewis
that Pennsylvania skill had left her mark here
in old Virginia. The work is skillfully done,
and the reservoir placed on a beautiful site,
overlooking the city and Potomac river. A
guard from the 201st, in charge of Corporal
E. J. • Mills, and privates Lorenzo D. Ram
be 4 Samuel tihreadley, John Roberts and
Gebrge Shultze, is placed around the prem
ises, watching day and • night; and our
boys stationed there speak in tlyp high
est terms - of Mr. Lewis and his family,
for the many acts of kindness extended to
them. I learned many interesting facts from
triend Lewis, he being an old Virginian, and
acquainted with many subjects of interact,
pertaining to the history of Virginia, He re
marked he did not claim to be au 'T. P. V.,"
but that the family is at least tto hundret
years old —his ancestors were among the first
settlers of the Old Dominion. Mr. L. erhzbi
ted to me an ordinary iron poker, which he
assured me was used by the great Washington
himself, to stir up his fires at Mount Vernon!
You may rest assured it is valued by this in
teresting family, accordingly. 14. Lewis is
a modest, unassuming gentleman, and a genu
ine Unionist. his wife is a lady of refine=
meat, well-bred and intelligent, (and, I beg her
pardon)—handsome. She is proud of her
sire, and informed me that 'her husband was
a distant relative of George Washington, the
father of his country. I contemplate visiting
there in future, and have the promise of many
interesting items from my tmuch esteemed
In the afternoon, in company with my
friend Sergeant N—, of Company A, I paid
a visit to ray typo friend S—y, at the Castle
on St. Asaph street, where we spent an hour
with interest. There are 148 prisoners in the
jail—some for trifling offences, who will re
ceive corresponding sentences;, and others
answering to two or three aliases, who will
stand a pretty good chance for three or four
years confinement in Fort Delaware, if not a
free passage to the Dry Tortugas for several
years, for their misconduct toward the U. S.
Government. , The treatment of prisoners at
this institution is strict, yet humane and re
spectful—plenty of substantial food - and good
elothing , isfernished_the
-enlyrits, by the
We stepped out to one of the wharves and
beheld a small army of men unloading forage,
(hay, oats, &c.,) in large quantities, from
canal-boats, barges and transports. Close to
the Government buildings we saw and in
spected two fine steam fire engines, numbered
"1" and "2," built by the , Aineskeag Manu
facturing-Company, Massachusetts, fur the ex
clusive use of the 'United States Government.
They are of the largest class, elegantly fin
ished and highly-ornamented --each steamer
furnished with a tender-and sufficient quan
tity ,of hose. These engines are ready, at all
hours, for action, and can be got, under full
headway in twenty minutes
From the wharves we sauntered up to cor
ner. of Washington and Omicron streets, where
is situated "Ohrist'w Church," a 'quaint-took
in,g,-old-fashioned Episcopalian house of wor
ship—the same chureh,in which Washington
last worshipped Li z life. The . exterior
of the edifice "has an air 'of antiquity
about it—old.fashioned shutters, painted
green, on. both stories—an ordinal) ,
spire which • much resembles that of an
old-fashioned village church, the brick walls
overhung with bright, green ivy; and the
yard, probably embracing, three acres, con
tains a number of,trees of the aspen, 'ash,
locust, Mulberry, sycamore . and red cedar
species, With a small number of tomb-stones
and - monuments interspersed through the
grounds. The sexton, Mr. Win. M. Hunter,
a typo, Who has also charge of the 11. S. M.
IL it. Printing Office, intormed us that the
edifice is just 100 years old to-day ! It was
built in 1764, and finished on the 23d of De
ceMber—the brick being brought from Eng
land. Mr. Hunter unlocked the door and ad
mitted.na into the' church., It contains three
rows of aisles, and on 'the left hand side,
facing the pulpit, is a large double pew, the
seats facing each other, and on the top of a
panel at thwentrince is a neat silver plate
with the words Washligton's Peto. It is num
bered "60," and is not rented away ender any
con;ideration, but is reserved for the especial
accommodation of strangers. worshipping at
this remarkable church. . It holds probably 8
or 10 persons, and the pew is occupied by
many distinguished visitors on days of wor
ship. I will not attempt to describe my feel
ings, dear TELEGIMPH, as I reluctantly nestled
myself in the soft crimson; cushions, and
reflected on the fact that on this sacred-spot
9nce . sat the great'and God-like 'Washington!
0, sir, it made me feel unworthy of so great
an honor. It almost seemed to me an act - of
sacrilege! Lee and -family also.occupied
Washington's pew regularly, while attending
Chridt's Church, before the rebellion broke
on Mr. Painter informed me that not long
since an oldman visited the church—he was
a very old than—his head whitened by the
frosts of many winters—and as he sat in the
memorable "Washington's pew, " for half an
hour, his feelings so completely gained the
mastery over him that he wept like a child,
and the tears rolled down his.furrowed cheeks
like drops of rain ! The pews and interior of
the church were originally painted, white, or
namented with gold. They. are made to rep
resent a beautiful oak graining. -Alm pulpit
is an ordinary one,,plain, neat F a unostenta
tious! On the right hand side is a tablet, in
pannel-form, containing the words of the XX.
chapter of Exodis—the ten c omn2andments.
On the left side of the pulpit several verges,
found iri Psalins."--a part of the impressive
service .9f the Ohlipah of „Fatgland—and the
God-like admetiftiOn: Do unto others as you
would wish , them to So, urito. you,!? A line
ergaii occupies a small- galleg-Aur4. latge
e4ough, to - r said.to.be
the meat one in Alexandria. *The good pea.
'BINT 4 - 1 1111111
e.9 l TEßTltigia
tOeowliii are the rates for advei
ptl thderhi the bad
-4.1.P1i. Those having advertising to do will find it eon
verileni. for referonee:
far 'Rau lines Or Iv:n cortsutute nu -hall square
Rig]," hues, ur more than four, constitute a square.
EON ONE SQL'ARS
One Jay ..... ,
Two days. 1 00
Throe Jaye......... 126
One week .......... 226
One month 6 00
Two months 9 00
Three months— ... . . /1 00
Six menthe 15 00
One year.— 25 00
FOR A RALF 3141.•AR.E .
Oue day.....$ SU
Two days_ . . . 60
Three days 76 '
One week. . ..... 1 25
One month 3 00
Two month& 4 50
Three months...—. 6 60
Six months .. 600
One year 15 00
Funeral: Notices, each insertion 50
Slie- Business notices inserted in the Local Mullin, or
before Marriages and Deaths, EIGHT CENTS MR Luis fOr
pie were arranging festoons made of ever
greens, and busily at work decorating the in
terior for holiday worship.
We are under many obligations to Mr. Hun
ter, who, by the way, is an Ohioian,' and was
formerly attached to the ith Ohio Infantry—
has seen active service in Southwestern Vir
ginia, and in the Shmtandoah valley. We
will gladly accept the invitation of our typo
friend to attend divine worship on Christmas
eve, the Lord willing. While on the subject
of churches, I will state that there are houses
of worship of all Christian denominations
hare. The Methodist Episcopal Church 'North
and the same church South, are directly op
posite each other, on the same street, with
this difference: The church North, is on the
south side - of the street, and the church South
on the north side!
A high wind prevailed all day causing the
slosh and mud, ankle deep in the streets, to
"dry up" instanter. It is intensely cold, and
the steamers and sailing craft in the Potomac
are belabored with floating ice.
The members of the band and drum corps
are "fixing up" in fine style. They are to
have caps ornamented with gold cord, and a
cord or stripe of gold down the side of their
pantaloons, and some becoming and tasteful
trimming to their dress coats. Bully for the
musical portion of the gay 201st !
There was .an unusual amount of express
goods brought to camp to-day—Christmas
presents for the boys—but nary drop of sauer
kraut! The boys want to know if there is any
likelihood of its having been confiscated at
Washington! Please inform 'us, and oblige
truly yours, A. IL B.
The Advance of Our Forces.
HOOD STILL RETK E
NAmlmaar., Dec. 27
The advance of our army was, on Monday
nigh, 21 miles south of Columbia, about half
way between that place and the Tennessee
river. The roads, on account of the heavy
rains, were nearly impassable.
Hood is: steadily retreating before our ad
vancing troops. Prisoners who have, deserted
are being brought in every day. 200 reached
here yesterday. • _ .
It is reported that Hood intends to reach
the Tennessee River near the month of the
Elk River. General Thomas having forced
him considerably to the coast. The military
authorities consider the situation as very en
Railroad and telegraphic communication is
open to Columbia, on the Tennessee and Ala
bama rivers, and the road will now be in
running order to Chattanooga. The river is
at a stand, with 18 feet on the shoals.
NEW Yorac, Dec. 28.
The Cuba for Liverpool took $534,000 in
specie. _ _
The monthly sale of 25,000 tons of Scranton
coal took place to-day.. The average prices
about the same as last sale, but some varie
ties were one or two shillings higher.
Markets by Telegraph.
NEw Yozz, Dec. 28
Cotton quiet at 115. Flour dull and nomin
ally s@lo cents lower, sale 7,000 bbls. at
$9 45®9 65 for State; $lO 85@$11 00 " for
Ohio; and $lO 50®19 00 for Southern. Wheat
dull.and nominally 1®,2 cents lower.:: Corn
dull and heavy at $1 800$190. Beef quiet.
Pork firm at $4O 50®.541. 75 for mess. Lard
quiet, but unchanged. Whisky dull. Sellers
ask $2 24®52 25, while holders offer $2 . 22.
Gold opened at $1 19 and is now $llBl.
New York Stools. Market
NEW Yoßx, Doc. 28
Stocks dull but steady. Chicago and Rock
Island 1051; Cumberland preferred 474; Mich
igen Southern 71i; New York Central 114'i
Pennsylvania Coal 95; Reading 114; Hudson.
River 116 i; Virginia 6's 50; Erie RailYoad
861; Treasury 7 3-10, 1204; One Year Certifi
cates 96 5-8, Coupons 1881, 116 5-8;. Five
twenties, 1084; Ten-Forties, 101 5-8,
Philadelphia. Stook Dlarkets.
ParrADKcrim,- Dec. 28
Stocks dull; Pennsylvania Ws 93; Ileadir!g
R. R., 574; Morris Canal 94i; Pennsylvania
R. R., 644; Gold 217. Exchange on New
GEO. W. IitcCALL.A.,
.11 - E W V. I, R,
No. 38 Market Street, Opposite the Jones El - Ouse,
AAS just received a large assortment of
Jewelry, &c., suitable Tor Holiday rreketits, and
tuvaes the politic to give him a cal Select your present
whi:o the smut:iv-M. is full. deco-dlm
H. C. OATH,.'
Teacher of the Piano, Melodeon, Violin
x 0.15; THIRD STRICT, MOW MARKET
Bat Balls. •
Parlor Balla, • '
- Faure gibbed Star,
A full assortment at
•_-• BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
r_ToNs BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, of a awe
tier quality, just received from the Wyoming Valley
and for sale 111 any quantity
1101.4 RAM SR &FRAM'S. •
TIIST RECEIVED, a fine lot of Pickles and
el Cranberries. at [desl2-dtt] JOHN
TOMATO CATSUP—By the ga ll on, quart
and pint, ja.t received at
" . • - WM. M fI•RAT &Co.,
(Ho set & Loclunan's old stand, MaticatAquaro.)
YNKEE lIM.PERS, WILKRIMAILB,C) S
sod"ohlalretes Wagons, bought exproolly to meet
the tataant demands, at BOYER & E.O.fiRPER 7 S.
110PUMWECEAT Ftol;l4.—A fresh roan'
or Towanda: Buckwheat, .freob ground Corn Yee,
extra family Flour, by tb9 kb!. or bag, every package
warisinled and delivered to all virtu of the city free of
charge, at • BOYER & • q 1: